Not much here but a place to park, but that is what we needed and it all worked. Nice folks at the "office" which also seems to be their home. It's all for sale and needs some care, but for an overnight it was ok. Shower/rest room is in a small vacant house that's left open. Had a bit of snow the night we were there and the lot turned to muck in the morning as it melted. A bit of gravel would help a lot but mud probably isn't a big worry where you get only 7.5in. of precipitation a year. There is a go-kart track in the same lot. Would not want to be there when that is operating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just Don't! Grossly overpriced. Several test holes for drainage were about 15 feet from our slideouts. At 7 p.m., without warning, a skid steer (tractor) backfilled the holes sending billows of dust against our rig. I'd just had my TV detailed. Took pictures of a guy standing right at our trailer giving directions to the machine operator who came within ten or so feet from us. This went on for nearly a half an hour. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pleasant and helpful at office. Disappointed that price a gone up from previous reviews. Very open, only water/electric, we doubled on a site and had to use the 20Amp. Plenty of open space to site rigs of any size. Go carts not currently operating. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good for a stopover. Restrooms & Showers is an over statement. There is one private bath in a building. It seemed clean except of the mold and mildew. It's a tub with shower, toilet and sink, small. The Site is more dirt than gravel but it was level. The park roads are the same. There is no Internet. We had a street light right beside us. There are two in the park. We didn't notice and road noise although the park is right beside US 160. Staff was friendly. We stayed for two nights on our way to South Fork. Park is up for sale. Good stop for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.