Ok for an overnight or to park for sightseeing. Good and best storage for your rig. The actual campground is more of a trailer park where people live. Very small pool and lots of Direct TV dishes.
We're here for 2 weeks so a bit over $150 a week for water and a 30 amp hookup. Honey wagon is $6 to empty. On the no frills side but it's not exactly top dollar either!
Oldish and not very well kept but it works. Parking spaces tend to be flooded when it rains. We had rather permanent neighbors who thought that putting their large barking dogs out at 5:30 AM was good. A lot of the spaced are long term and mow their own lots with old noisy equipment. The good, it's a cheap stay.