This is a resort park. It has many top of the line Class A motor coaches. The sites are wide, where the motor coaches are large, and where they allow smaller coaches, there are trees and bushes that also help provide some privacy for narrower sites. It is open year round, and the snows can slow some of the bushes growth for summer. There are two rivers that run through the property. There are owners of the sites, but no one can stay more than 8 months. The resort is situated at 9,200 feet. There are many hiking/biking trails all around. The resort has small cabins, and varying sizes of RV sites. This resort is located 6 miles south from Frisco, a quaint town with many outdoor activities. And 4 miles north of Breckenridge, a beautiful ski town.
There are bathrooms, laundry room, exercise room, pool, two hot tubs, tennis court, one large fire pit in a large grassy central plaza, and some smaller grassy areas. As for bathrooms, there are cabins that have their own baths, there are top of the line Class A motor coaches that have their own baths. So mostly the baths would be for the smaller coaches and trailers. And yes, there aren't a lot. Even when cleaned daily, there are people that don't help keep them clean after using them. As for amenities, this is an outdoor community. You don't need much indoors to keep you entertained.
There are owners of every site on this property. They stay pretty private, but they wave if you wave. Again, as an outdoor community, you will probably see them on a trail somewhere and say "hi". Watch for the wild animals. There are red foxes, bears, moose, elk that may walk down the resort street, or along the rivers. Some were born in the wilderness around the resort.
Overall the restroom rating could have been 4 stars, but I only used it once. Water pressure was not as high as it could be, but it will not burst your pipes. And at 20% humidity and 9,200 feet altitude, it needs help with some watering, and deep breathing.