Extremely friendly staff; very clean facilities, particularly the bathrooms and showers; nice recreational facilities (pool, game room, etc.) and camp store. No black-water dump station; sewer hook-ups at the campsites (no use to us with cassette toilets), but no prohibition against dumping the cassettes in the bathroom. The RV sites are gravel pull-throughs (even for those with pop-up trailers).
We used this park when setting up our pop-up trailer as temporary housing for our daughter-student at nearby Chapman Univ., and when attending her graduation. Wonderful RV resort, albeit a little pricey; clean, friendly, with wonderful facilities. Very conveniently located for nearby amusement parks. Allowed us a later check-out when our schedule was tight.
We found this campground to be a wonderful, "real world," Colorado-plateau, mesa-top experience. Unlike another local park (which, while a nice enough, shady, campground in a cottonwood grove, is NPS "plain vanilla,"with little separation from your neighbor), the campsites here are tucked among the pinion-pines and junipers found on top of the mesa. It is hard-soil dry-camping, bring your own drinkable water; the toilets are outhouse (but well-maintained), so we mostly used our own. The owner and his dog were extremely friendly and lead outings into the canyon, and the rates ($10/night for tent or pop-up) are good for a private campground. Big class A's and B's, and big trailers, might have some problem negotiating the campsite roads to the better sites, which wind among the trees, but for those of us with smaller trailers, no problem.