Stayed here for two days over the July 4th holiday on the way from CA to OK, and then again ~10 days later on the way home. First time was part of a train package to the Grand Canyon. Cost ~$415 for two nights and 5 round trip train tickets to the Canyon. Second time was just a drive-in with no reservations, and was charged $39 total after a AAA discount. It is extremely hard to make reservations. There is no direct phone number to the park and the wait times for Xantera's central reservation system was enormous. Perhaps because of that, we saw multiple empty spots, even during the holiday weekend. Walking distance to Safeway and the train depot. Includes use of the adjacent resort's pool and spa. Has complimentary shuttles if the walk is too much. Everyone was extremely friendly. Park was spotlessly clean with nice facilities. It is close to the train tracks and you WILL be wakened by a train or two in the middle of the night. Didn't bother me at all. Negatives include narrow spaces, no tables at your site, weak Wi-Fi, and only two stalls in the very nice men's restroom, so usually a waiting line. All said, we would certainly stay there again. Just wish it was easier to make a reservation.
Can't beat the price (30 amp price) and the location. With wind and thunderstorm the day we pulled in, we were thankful for the paved roads and gravels sites. No dust/mud problems. Large picnic tables at each site, but most had badly warped boards. Still usable since there were just three of us, but it appears they were built with untreated lumber. Good spacing between sites. Nice restrooms/showers/lounge. Only negatives were no cable TV, Wi-Fi, and some really large weeds among the sites. Was a convenient and quiet location and we would happily stay here again.
Great overnight spot. Friendly office staff. We called in advance and arrived 7:00ish. Directed us to a back center spot facing the old motor court buildings. We loved it. Very retro and cool. Good hookups. The cable TV even had cable attached. No tables and no restrooms/showers, but for an inexpensive overnight spot, this one can't be beat.
It is a good distance off of 58, but worth it to get higher elevation (cooler) and a quiet location. We arrived just before dark, self registered, and had a good night's rest. It is a very basic park. There is no working cable, no restrooms, few picnic tables, and no fire rings. It appeared to mostly be long term residents. Be warned that they ask for $4 per person extra beyond two people. That alone can jack the reasonable overnight price to unreasonable depending on the size of your party. Their website didn't mention this charge and even defines an RV Unit as including four persons. Four is reasonable to me, two isn't. And since there are no restrooms/showers, there isn't really any different impact whether there are 2, 4, or 6 people in a unit. Other than that, it was a decent overnight spot if you don't want cable, a table, a campfire and are fully self contained.