It would be nice to give this park a 4 or 4.5 rating but....the WiFi access is a real problem. If you are not long term or going to stay maybe 2+ weeks...forget the WiFi. Less than a week you are a "guest" and you can only access the guest WiFi antenna which is located at the front entrance. It will not work at any site you are put unless you are parked right behind the front office building. Otherwise you are told to walk up to the office porch, sit in a chair and do your internet stuff. Now, if you are longer term the park manager will call the "internet" guru and have him issue a special password that will allow you to access one of the 2 inner park WiFi antennas. It can take 2 to 3 days for the "guru" to issue the special password. I've never seen an RV park with this kind of WiFi access or restriction. Otherwise this park is actually a really nice park. It is a very popular park for persons with 4-wheel terrain vehicles and they come and go to the nearby trails. But, all of the terrain owners were very respectful of others in not making noise and no one drove more than 5 mph except outsiders who only stop for 1 night and have no clue anyway. Will we come back? Yes. There is a new manager about to take over and there will be changes and one of them will be allowing guests to access the other WiFi towers in the park (so I was told at time of stay). The other bit of a problem here: AZ does not do DST and so when you go up the road into Utah you gain an hour. Go 8 miles into Nevada and you change to Pacific time gaining an hour but not really as it is same as AZ time.
This is one of the nicer camp sites we have stayed at and the cheapest (25.00 a night). They had large drive thru, clean private restrooms, and friendly staff. There was no pool and the wifi was slow. We would definitely stay again.