You definitely do not get what you pay for. It's a clean quiet campground, but there isn't much to do. No pool, no game room and a playground is away from almost every site. My biggest complaint though is the service location, water on one side electric on the other and both were way forward near the road. If you're going to camp here bring lots or cord and hose! Not much parking in the sites, luckily the spot next to us was empty. Made us book 3 night minimum even though the park wasn't even half full. Overall, nice place though just a lot of $$ for what you get.
Easy to get to, right by the freeway, but not loud. It actually feels like you're in the forest even though you're in the middle of the city. Staff was friendly at check in and around the park. Biggest complaint and the reason I wouldn't stay here again, is the hills. Most of the sites appeared small and some would require backing downhill into your spot. The escort taking me to my site drove the golf cart up the huge hill so slow that just before I reached the top I lost traction and couldn't make it over the top, I had to back down the hill and come up with more speed to make it. Trees were so close in the spots that an awning couldn't be put out, but there is enough shade that it isn't needed. There wasn't a lot of choices in this area and this one was ok, would stay here again if we had to.
Nothing too special, but very friendly. Great location to see the area. Williams is a nice little town right on Rt. 66 with a cool little downtown. Laundry was clean. Didn't use restrooms or showers. Pool could use a little love. Roads were all gravel, but not hard to get around, not too "hilly". Close enough to see the Grand Canyon, but far enough away to avoid all the craziness that goes with it. Easy to get in and out of. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area, but the price was a little high for what you get.
Very well maintained, clean park. All paved road and huge concrete slabs. Wi-Fi worked well, swimming pool is gorgeous; 2 hot tubs. Located near the I-15 interstate, easy to get in and out of. Pet area could use a little better fence, but still nice. No coin machine in laundry area. Temecula is a clean, gorgeous area that feels very safe to stay in. My only complaint was that the Pechanga gas station has a "RV Island" for easy fueling, but it is only diesel and the gas station itself is crowded and hard to get out of.