Campground is not RV friendly. Sites are short and hard to get into with our 21 foot RV. According to camp host, only tent campers are allowed to take water from the fresh water supply! Nowhere is this posted.
The road past the visitors center is too narrow for wider vehicles. My side mirrors were overhanging the oncoming lane and when I moved over to get back into my lane I scraped the side of the coach on the guard rail. - 2OldBeginners
Quite simply the most stunningly beautiful campground I've ever visited. It is also the quietest. The park is limited to RVs 29' or under. Many of the sites have low-hanging branches and all are shaded, so no solar. The campground is surrounded by high canyon walls of strange and wonderful rock formations and filled with lush vegetation and is a birding paradise. Great trails of varying difficulty levels. I will come here again. And again. - mockturtle
This is a beautiful campground in an amazing National monument, the rest rooms are clean, no electric or water hookups but the scenery is spectacular. Mostly smaller campers no big rigs would fit. - sourdoughought