We booked another RV park down the road and were disappointed with it because it was just a big parking lot with no trees. As luck would have it, we'd passed this place on the way there. It is a lovely find. First, there are trees and grass which is a hard find in this arid high desert country. There are only seven back in sites. There is only one entrance and one exit, so you must be secure in your ability to maneuver your rig. No whining allowed if you don't heed my words! My hubby had no problem getting our 40' toy hauler in place. There's great green space between the spaces unless you are in the first site. It buffers the road which is a main road traveled during the day, but if you're out sightseeing, it quiets down at night. This used to be a mobile home park, and before you stop reading, I was concerned too. But, the owner has good tenants in the remaining four park models still in place. I don't go for sketchy places, and I have no issues staying here for the month. There's not a huge amount of space to walk, but there's tons of trails nearby, and you are only 30 miles south of Jackson. We stayed in the area about three months ago and from what I've seen, this is one of the best places. Again, you must know how to maneuver your rig. It's quiet at night, and you feel like you could reach out and pull the stars right into your pocket. There is no playground, but children could stay here. The price quoted is a monthly rate. Right now, I'm looking out over a beautiful field and to the surrounding mountains under the shade. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.