We camped in the Pecos campground in site 12. Beautiful view of the lake and desert. Awesome sunrises. This site is one of the few that has full hookups but the sewer connection was so far from the water and electric there was no way I could hook up. Would have needed at least 30 ft of sewer hose. The water and electric hookups were on the wrong side. I would have had to pull in nose first if I didn’t have a super long power cord and water hose. The sites have covered picnic tables, and many have cute 3 sided Adobe structures that break the wind and provide more shade. Gravel site was perfectly level and wide enough for 3 campers. Lots of space between sites so there’s plenty of privacy. There is a clean bathhouse, but it’s quite a long walk. There is a nice big playground for kids. There are heavy steel trash cans at each site, and rangers pick up trash twice a day. It gets real windy in the afternoons, but it dies down in evening. If you like looking at starry skies, this park is super dark at night and awesome for stargazing. Lots of flies. Mosquitoes are a bit of a nuisance in the evening. There are fire pits and a little camp fire keeps a lot of pests away.