Beautiful campground right next to national forest. You could look out of your site and see the mountains. All the sites are very shaded but very tight. If you own a large motorhome you will have difficulty driving through the park to get to your lot. Most of the sites are unlevel which require more work when you unhook. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful.
The RV park has a beautiful setting right on the water and we enjoyed swimming. The problem is the park has been neglected and is run down. All the concrete pads are crumbling and all the wood docks next to the water are rotting. I talked to one of the campers who has a timeshare out there and he told me the place went through bankruptcy a few years back and is now under new ownership (Clearwater). They seem to be trying to do some repairs to some of the rv sites but they have a long ways to go to bring it up to a suitable park again. If you are at a RV site their is no cable or wireless internet unless you are parked right next to the office. We were down the hill next to the water but had no TV or internet. This is a real beautiful setting but has been severly neglected. Hopefully the new owners will give it the care it needs.
It is a nice RV park not an RV resort. If all you are here for is to see the Grand Canyon then you're fine. This place definitely does not have cable or local TV. There is also no place in town to rent movies. So if you plan to relax in the evening by watching a little TV or watch a movie you better bring some. The park is clean but needs some updating. The spots are tight you can have a conversation with your neighbor and not even have to leave your RV. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Your only a mile from the main entrance to the Grand Canyon which is nice but there is not much to do in the town and the restaurants are expensive.