The driving road to get around the camping area is pretty "wash boardy." There are only about six camp sites, but each one is near a small covered picnic pavilion, with a fire ring. The sites are pretty spacious, considering they are along the driving road. One of the spots is near the dumpster. Try not to get that spot. Dry camping only. There is one pit toilet and one "modern" toilet. The bathrooms were not the greatest, but for $7 (as of this writing), what can you expect? As for the price, the sign was a bit confusing. The sign indicated that camping was $7, but there was also a $4 charge for each vehicle. I don't tow a car, so I wasn't sure if this meant you pay $7 for camping or $11 (Camping fee plus vehicle fee) since I was in a motorhome. I paid $7 and nothing happened. Good for overnighting. Verizon Air Card worked great, provided you have an inverter, or generator or plenty of laptop battery power. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was barely adequate. We had 5 units. Two sites had to share water. Wasps nests in 3 electric boxes. Trash all over the place. Thankfully we were only here for an over night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I-80 exit 300, "Pick your own site," the site we picked (of 3 made available to us -- there did appear to be more sites, even pull throughs, in another area) had a dozen or so pieces of 2x4's strewn over the concrete slab, the slab was fairly new but breaking up (apparently not built to hold the weight of RVs), the sewer pipe was totally broken off just below ground level, water pressure was barely a trickle, electric was 30a with marginally low voltage. We might stop again for an overnight if we were desperate. We camped here in a Motorhome.