We stayed there on our way through to Arizona. Owner/manager was friendly and helpful in getting us to our site. It was quiet there. The sites were level, gravel-paved pull-throughs. The showers were kind of funky with the dressing area of the first shower also being the path to the second shower. There was an unhealthy looking growth of mildew on the grout between the white floor tiles in the shower stalls. The curtain at the window in the dressing "room" was so thin there could be absolutely no privacy after dark. We would stay there again, using our own shower, if we were passing through again, but definitely would not make this a long-planned destination.
We stayed here while visiting some friends who live nearby. Sites all have some shade and are level and clean. The campground is in a relatively quiet area. We'll definitely stay there again the next time we're in the area.
Friendly service at check in, but that's where the positive experience ended. The campground owners have apparently deferred a lot of maintenance. Large wooden beams painted white mark the edges of dirt pull throughs. Where ours had been there was only rutted dirt left with lots of unattended weeds. The women's showers were dark, and seemed darker with brown tile. Hooks for towels or clothes were broken off in two of the three. The plastic handles on the third were broken. As I walked back to our fiver to shower in our own unit, a rat ran across the sidewalk into the overgrown plants growing next to the shower building. I would not stay there again.