This is a well maintained and clean site. We stayed in KB1 which had a wonderful view of the mountains and valley below. The bathrooms are great in that each is a private room with a sink, shower and sink - like at home. Quiet location despite being right off the road because it is set back and above the road. Very friendly hosts and spacious sites. My only recommendations are to extend Wi-Fi coverage (it didn't reach our site) and move the log splitter off the property (it was close and started up at 8am, running throughout the day while we were there, but I assume that may be because they hosted a campfire, nice touch).
The National Park is beautiful but this RV park was a disappointment. You are in the middle of the Park but the sites are tight, most are unlevel and the amenities are minimal. Showers are open to the public, far from the campsites and you have to pay $3.75 per person per shower! This is unreasonable after paying $50/night. No Wi-Fi or cell phone coverage either. The staff was friendly though. Seems like this site is made for the big rigs that are totally self-contained and aren't looking for privacy.
Very spacious sites and park overall is roomy as well. This park is extremely well maintained and run with a park like, quiet atmosphere. Street noise was minimal and you have views of the Wind River Range. The bathroom and shower use is included in the price (charges only apply to non park guests who may be camping in the wilderness). They were very clean. My only suggestion as a woman would be to add a key code lock but I felt very safe nonetheless. The hosts were very friendly and went out of their way to give us insider fly fishing spots to try and my husband pulled out 30+ fish in about 2 hours. It is only about 10 minutes from Pinedale and very conveniently located. It is clearly the preferred site over the other 2 in the area.