We only stopped here to use their dump station and fill our water tanks ($10). Dump station is located at the end of the rows behind sites 77 & 102. The person at the desk said they have their own well water which is good quality.
The staff person was very friendly and sells eggs from his own chickens for $4/doz, an unexpected treat!
There were also a few basic items for sale in the office.
This seems like a very friendly and fun place to stay. Lots of activities and hangout areas throughout the facility. As previous reviewers have said, this is an ATV heavy park, actually this entire region is big into ATVs.
This is the first RV park I've seen to require that the sewer hose be raised off the ground, something we would not have been prepared for if we were staying there. According to the information sheet it is a La Paz County requirement.
RV parks aren't our preferred place to stay but this one seems very nice, despite being the typical gravel parking lot of RVs stacked side by side.