Great place for an over night. Right on Hgwy 50 but the traffic dwindled to nothing early in the evening. Laundry was clean and functional. Pleasant place with grass between all campsites and a large grassy area in the middle for the grand kids to play. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
Well manicured park that is clean and pleasant. The hot tub was the most popular place during these October evenings. Sites are gravel and mostly level, but really close together. The entire park is right on the main highway and close to a major intersection with a stoplight. You hear highway traffic all night long and in the early morning hours the local diesels all use their jake brakes for the stoplight, so it is really super loud. TV signal is occasionally flaky and the internet totally sux. Internet is one of those syndicated park services that limit your usage. It was amazingly slow and I kept getting disconnected even though we were not doing any streaming or heavy traffic. The front office was very pleasant and helpful. They hooked us up with tours and such that we later figured out were indeed the best of the lot. Sadly, we would not stay here again - mostly due to the high traffic noise, but also because of the crappy Internet service.
Nice park, really clean grounds with grass between all the sites. Sites are gravel and are more than long enough to accommodate a large 5th wheel and its tow vehicle. This is the only park in the area that claims TV hookups; however, our site only received 21 stations with no TV channel card or TV Guide. Also my reception was really poor with noise lines and a flaky picture and the best my HDTV could do with the signal was 480P. Then too the Wi-Fi was only marginally useful. My site kept dropping out and when it was connected it was so slow it was useless. I did a speed test and got .08MB download after the third try. Again, it was only slightly better than nothing. I don't think I would stay here again.
We camped here during the government shutdown after being kicked out of the campgrounds at Grand Canyon Village inside the NP. There is very little shade over most spots and not very much formal landscaping. Many of the lots are overgrown with weeds and some kind of thistles that stuck to our dogs coats. It was fairly noisy during the day because it is right under the helicopter and airplane main flyways for the airport about a half mile away. (That was only a problem during the day.) The for-pay showers that other campers reported are now gone - they have been replaced by simple shower curtains. Haven't used them yet so don't know about the water temp stability. There is no TV and no radio stations unless you bring a satellite dish, but I am typing this over the campground WiFi so no complaints about that. My own FreedomPop hotspot can't get enough of a signal to do DNS resolution so the campground WiFi comes to the rescue of connecting me to the outside world. $51.00 per night for 30 amp full hookups is way too high. That is what I would expect to pay for a fully landscaped park with paved roads and all the amenities. They really need to price more reasonably.!