The campground was difficult to find at night as there are no lighted signs. We thought our gps was taking us to the visitor center. We did end up at the campground. It has flat level sites with nice thick green grass between sites. There is a nice view of Chimney Rock. The owner very friendly and helpful. He even gave my husband latex gloves to use for sewer hook up (we ran out) and shone his truck lights on our rv so we could get hooked up. The only reason we gave it a low rating was due the loud train whistles every 15 minutes. The train passes right next to the campground. If you love trains or are a heavy sleeper then this campground is for you. We just used it as a rest stop on our way home so we didn't explore the area or campground.
On our way back to New Jersey after our cross country vacation we stopped at this campground which is conveniently off I-70 and quiet. No trains. Only occasional highway traffic noise. Sites are terraced and well kept. Owner enjoys gardening and this is evident in the many beautiful gardens around the pool and store. The pool was backyard sized and pretty. My family and I enjoyed the Ladders game made available near the horseshoes pits. Ended the night with a campfire and stargazing. A wonderful rest stop!
We had a shaded site that backed up to the forest. The pine scent was wonderful. There are sites that back up to the back of stores. We had no problem getting level. No individual campfires but they have a group one. Internet at office. We did not trailer our car so we appreciated the convenient shuttle service just outside the campground. We only slept at the campground and spent all our time at the Grand Canyon. The food at the south rim Grand Canyon cafeteria is about $6 to $7 for a meal and delicious. This campground is great as a base camp.