Stayed there for 2 nights. Personnel was nice. Close to must visit Bearizona, deer farm, and Grand Canyon! Like all KOA parks it was well maintained with full facilities.
We had campfire with marshmallows and cooked marinated BBQ :)..
Great views, but felt a bit creepy as we arrived at night and were the only people at the campsite.
Water in the lake was clear that you could see fish swimming around. Few ducks, which was nice entertainment of you travel with a toddler.
We were forced into overflow car park. It literally felt like staying in car park. Dry camping. There were heaps of free spaces but apparently they were all taken?
4 stars for the view, whale watching, friendly raccoons greetings, and great morning walk along the beach. The actual state park is amazing. The rangers were really nice.