Very large campground. There are hookups available on some sort of parking place. It's not very nice, but it was great for us and the kids because a large playground was near. Other sites (without hookups) looked nice and spacious with shade. It's also close to the river where you can walk and where there is a lot of wildlife.
It looked ok but it seems you need to reserve months in advance - even off season. They sent us to the overflow camping 14kms north of Jasper but when we got there, there was no internet service with our provider... unlike @ Wapiti so we turned around and drove to Valemount where we found a beautiful RV park. Unfortunately with the new rules with reservations - it s very difficult to get a space so unfortunately we would never stay in Jasper Park - only a day trek
While the majority of sites have zero hookups (just two loops have electricity only - in other words you're likely boondocking), they are well spaced with lots of trees and shrubs to give good privacy. Located just minutes from Jasper, it is very convenient. A big plus is wildlife walking through the campground - including deer and bears.
Pros- great locations to back track on icefields to the major falls, Jasper, and other trails close by like Valley of 5 Lakes, Maligne Lake, Beauvert Lake, Athabasca river etc. Very woodsy, dont have to share sites, unlimited fire wood but have to pay to have a fire, close to wildlife, friendly staff Cons- showers are push button showers so turns off after 15 seconds every push, loud people when we were there