There are multiple campground areas in the park. We stayed at 2 of them during March. The prime lakefront site camp area was $25. The view added to our enjoyment. Getting around the loop and parked was tight in a couple of places for our 40' motorhome and tow car. The sites in this loop were paved and pull through. Ten days later, on our return trip, we stayed in a different camp (Dogwood) in a more open gravel pull though with grass in between sites. It was more roomy and an easy area to negotiate, and $21. We met multiple staff, all helpful and well informed. We also liked having a major truck stop at Checotah. The State of Oklahoma State Park websites are not the best, lacking much information.
As others have said, this is a convenient off/on the Interstate, overnight stop when you're not looking for local sights. Friendly hosts made us welcome, registration was a snap. The convenience store had the usual necessities.
We spent 5 days here with a rally group and agree with the comments of the previous reviewer. Even though the sites are somewhat close, there is ample room for slides, to move around the coach, and to park a tow vehicle. The gravel sites are well maintained and level. The table area is on concrete. There are nice wooden fences between the sites which give a sense of privacy. We had heavy rain one day, but the gravel areas drained fairly well and standing water was not an issue.
This camp is in the Coconino National Forest. To add to the previous reviews, this is a lovely sylvan camp, well maintained, with helpful hosts. There are around 15 pull-through sites and a few are set up for wheelchairs. We enjoyed the drive and photography opportunities in Wupatki National Monument, as well as into Flagstaff Old Town. We would definitely return.