Upon arriving, it wasn't clear where the entrance to the park was, and as a result, I turned left when I should have turned right, and once done, it was too late to turn back, around, back up... I had to go all the way around, and on the worst possible dusty, dirty road if you hate bottoming out. One has to go very very slow to minimize contact, something difficult to avoid with a 35' Class A and a tow dolly attached. I suggested to the camp office that they put a big red arrow on the fence or gate to point the right way, as it was easy to make a wrong turn.
A nice park, lots of shade trees - bad for satellite reception, but they provide. cable with 24 channels, many of which were fuzzy, grainy, making viewing less appealing. I was very disappointed in the wifi, and had to go back to the office to inquire. That's when I learned you're only permitted 250 Mb, once each day, and that you had to enter a code provided by vouchers, one for each day. But you only get to use it once, not the entire day, as its "meant to provide for people who want to check email". It's good for little else, and I opted not to pay extra for more bandwidth. For all intents and purposes, access to internet comes at significant additional cost, but once I logged in to check email, I'd used up my "voucher" for the day, and access outside the park was spotty at best.