This park is actually a small "dude ranch" with a handful of trailer slots as a side business. The two close to the ranch house have water and 30A power, or you can dry-camp on several others farther out on the property. There are no sewer hookups or rest rooms. There is a clean outdoor stall shower near the pool, which we used since we were the only guests here. The WiFi system worked fine -- the owners give you the WPA password to connect, and you're off and running. The pool was huge and warm. There was no cable, but we got about 20 stations over the air. The park is very private and quiet and the native desert scenery is spectacular. We signed up for an early morning trail ride and we stayed over an extra day to use the gun range (first time we've seen one of those at an RV park!) It was a novel campground, and if I am back that way (hopefully in a cooler season) I would definitely stop there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.