The good things are the nice people who run the campground, the little store they have with all kinds of camping and RV stuff. They have a little pond with a dock and a paddle boat. Showers and restrooms are clean and private.
It's not a scenic show-stopper. Gravel lots, but most are pull-through and easy to use.
We stayed in our pop-up camper that fell apart during a super intense storm. Not the campground's fault, but scared the tar out of us. They were nice enough to let me store the camper for a little over a week until I could come back with tools and parts to repair it.
Super nice people. Nice town nearby. Great place to stay if you're going to be in Hays.