A fairly clean, well laid out site this, very convenient for the shuttle into the park itself, which is simply spectacular. Reasonably priced too given the location, at around $35 a night. Facilities, however, are sparse. Toilets seemed to be limited (in the men's restroom at least) to 2 stalls and one urinal for the entire park. Maybe I missed some, but I don't think I did. Showers are a good walk away at Mather campground, and you'll need $2 IN QUARTERS to get an 8 minute shower. This was not advertised anywhere, so don't be caught out without change. If you're happy being self contained then all well and good. Based on location alone we'd go back.
Easily the friendliest welcome we've ever had to an RV park, a special mention is owed to Tony and Jean who were so helpful on arrival. The plots themselves are spacious, all facilities just as you'd expect, and fantastic views of lake mead from most sites. Tony in particular is a font of information regarding the lake and surrounding area. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend this RV park, and felt the $45 for an unobstructed lake view plot was worth the small premium on the price.
A dust bowl that's seen better days, the sign in the office proclaiming this to be cali's #1 rv park is rightly dated at some time in the '90s. This park, at which we stayed for one night only, is sorely in need of some tlc; at the very least cleaning up what looked like a large, old bloodstain in the women's restroom would be a start.For $30 less you can pull up at the lake shore (rather than trek across a scrubby field) and not wonder if you'll survive the night. Damning I know, but honest nonetheless.
All the facilities you'd expect, staff were a lot friendlier than other sites had led us to believe, the individual plots are fine size wise (for my small rv anyway) the major downside is that the site shop is ridiculously overpriced, even by KOA standards.