Easily checked in and proceeded to pull-thru site D14 for our 6 night visit. When we got there the people in 13 had pulled in the wrong direction, so if we pulled in the right way we would step out our door into their picnic table. We had friends in 14a, which is probably one of the best spots in the campground so we reversed our pull through direction where we faced their 5th wheel. This set up worked very well as we had a nice yard between us. After talking with others, we found out that a lot of campers pull-in the opposite direction so their back window faces the picturesque mountains. Glad we faced that direction as well. Looking at the campground as a whole, loop D, 5-14 are actually pull throughs but the map does not show that. There was a fire road that runs behind these sites that makes them pull throughs and quite easy to get into. Loop sites throughout this park vary greatly on space between sites, so your neighbors could be nearby to very close, none of the sites were spacious. We walked Matt’s Trail that goes around the park. CRR does not provide a map of Matt’s trail that includes an observatory over the canyon. This trail is hike at your own risk as it does go near the cliffs plus they state rattle snakes but we did not see any. Nice mile or so trail that works its way around the campground areas and some of the golf course. Be sure to keep your dogs on a leash due to the cliffs and possible critters.