My family stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. We have a 32 foot travel trailer. During peak months, reservations were required (opens one month in advance). There's a threaded water spigot attached to the bathroom toward the front of the campground. The others weren't threaded for a hose. It was beautiful and shady. The campsites up front seemed to be where all the action was, so we opted for a site in the back. We were in site 53. There were two small tent sites that were super close to us, so we were happy they went unoccupied during our stay (I'm not sure if that was intentional or not). In addition, there was a large tree that made backing the trailer in extremely difficult. We scoped out the remaining loops (not all were open) and agreed that site 58 would be perfect. Only one neighbor and a lot of room. Azalea is located pretty much directly across from the Kings Canyon Visitor Center and right next to the drive to the Grant Tree. Closest dump station open during our visit was at Princess Campground (about 15 minutes away).