This is a nice BLM park. Very scenic and it is very quiet at night. Dry camping only but potable water is available and there is a dump station, too. The campground is down in a canyon along Burro Creek with lots of hiking and exploring opportunities in the area. The roads are a little tight for big rigs, but doable, and some sites may be a little too narrow for slides. We parked and walked the campground first and found a great site for a 36' RV. No cell service at the campground! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park if you do not want water, electrical hookups. There is potable water (earlier review that it is not is not currently accurate), dump station. Rate is based on golden years discount. View, river with water (rare in this area), sites are well separated. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects the America the Beautiful discount; regular fee is $14.00. We had a large, pull-through site with grill and covered picnic table, and plenty of privacy. We did not need to unhook our Jeep which was perfect for an overnight stop. On-site manager to assign sites only: does not handle money, so take exact change for fee. Lovely view of the bridge high above and the canyon below. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground. Among the 30 sites there were only about 6 parties. Quiet and well maintained. Non-potable water and trash receptacles every 2 sites. We enjoyed the long pull-through site #20 with a great view of the canyon and bridge. We camped here in a Motorhome.