This place actually has two camprounds. Both FREE! The first (on the left after the entrance) is all pavement, not all sites are very leveled. The second (on the right) is on a gravel road in a nice little forest. There are both big and small spaces. Pit toilets are also available in both campgrounds. The area is quiet and sunsets are beautiful would stay there again for sure.
Be aware there is no camping for over 28 ft. Toured the Visitors Center which was nice. Walked about a 1/2 mile of the trail, but could not see the ruins.
Two campgrounds both free, limited to 28 ft, limited potable water, no dump site. I stayed in Sunset View which has paved sites, many fairly level. Quiet, little light pollution, and only half the sites were filled. Some sites have a little AT&T cell service. Easy hike to look at ruins from an overlook but only rugged, ranger lead hikes down to the ruins.
Nice locations, good/clean restrooms, and its FREE (donations welcome)