Rained and very muddy with lots of potholes . Sites close together.
The drive in is a good indicator of the camp. The dirt road is covered with pot holes and the trees overhang the road. Areas designated for short rigs seem to have nice grass, trees and separation but the pull thru spots for large rigs are gravel and very close. We stayed in a motorhome facing our neighbors not having enough room to extend our awning and they didn't have a slide out on the side facing us. Very Tight!
This is a fine park. Our only complaint is the grass needed cutting really bad. Our site was comfortable with plenty of room between other RV's and antelope hanging around eating (which was a real nice surprise). The park sits in a bowl and there are train tracks atop one side of a burm. Even though the train is very close, it is not loud or disturbing at all. Wifi was ok, Verizon signal was ok and utilities were fine. We were suppose to stay only 2 nights but I got tonsillitis and they were very nice to work with us so we could stay longer for me to recover. We would go back.
Camp site easy to find. Spaces are super tight. The black tank sewer hose was right at our front door. We were in spot #25 and packed in pretty tight but several spots were open. Dry camping spots were wide open and we wish we did that. There s a dump site for boondockers. Off season when the water is turned off, dumpsite costs $5 (per the sign). There are train tracks right next to the grounds and we heard the train pretty early.