This park is pretty much standard for the area. Clean, well kept, asphalt streets with crushed rock sites with a small (almost unusable if you have a slide) concrete patio. Parking is so-so. Unless you ask you may not know that there is no cable TV available unless you pay to have it turned on by the cable company. The WiFi is charged by an internet provider. The water and sewer connections are at the back of the site and you are not allowed to park all the way back. I had to extend both my sewer and water lines, plus there is a requirement that the sewer line cannot touch the ground. There is the noise from the train too. I paid for an 8 day stay and after 2 freezing nights and a dust storm, left after 5 days.
We chose a golf course back-in site which I wouldn't recommend for fear of taking hits from golf balls. They offered to put up a screen to protect the front. The golf course has very narrow fairways winding through the park and the roads are narrow and confusing. The sewer connection was so far back I had to add another piece of hose. Even though I-8 is only about 1/4 mile away, you have to backtrack about 6 miles to get to the nearest access ramp and shopping. We spent two nights here.
We stayed in the Cottonwood section for 2 weeks around Christmas. This is a very nice campground with lots of things to do. A water park in the summer, nice fishing pond, several play areas for the kids, a putt-putt golf course, frisbee course, general store, nice views, cabins and walking trails etc. I would have stayed longer but they have a two week max stay. Watch out for the sites in the Cottonwood campground in the 240-261 numbers on the east side. They don't have grass and the hook-ups are on the wrong side for trailers.