No wifi but all the other hookups work well. The cable was good. This place has by far the best location of the campgrounds near Mitchell. We stayed in the off season and found all kinds of room. Our friends from town said this place is locally popular in summer and sometimes difficult to get in. Pricing is ala carte but $23 a night covers everything. We will come back.
This park is pretty nice if you don't get parked in back by the boiler factory, or whatever it is they noisily do there. The people are nice. The thing that detracts is the nickel/dime aspect of extra $ for pets, cable, 50 amp, etc. The good outweighs the bad, though. All the hookups function well and the cable list is lengthy.
All the hookups and the Wifi worked well. We were not bothered by street noise and actually found it convenient to groceries, gas, beer, etc. The site sizes are adequate but not roomy. Many sites are in shade, its hot in Moab. The pet area isn't fit for a dog. Go down by the creek, you won't bother anyone.
The location here is far enough from a busy highway to be relatively quiet. Cable, elec, water, all work well and WiFi good enough. There is a lot to see here so the campground stays in the background. Site sizes range from average to small.
There is not a lot to do here but it is perfectly adequate for an overnight stop. All the services work fine and the sites are level. The WiFi signal is from the Stratton activity center. It is located on the south side of the park, so get a site near it if you want a good signal.