We came for the night on our way to Las Vegas and were pleased. We pulled into the camp in one of the few times it was at night, but they had clear instructions, our names and a small packet, with Wifi info, and a map for us at the un-manned entrance, which made us feel special. We did have to drive 3 miles down a pretty much unlit road paralleling the 15 to get to the KOA camp.
We wanted a pull-through, so we would not disturb others, and ended up in the new area above, in the back, space 105, which was not level and we had to make adjustments to get near-level. We saw others in the same row as 105 had to move because they could not level. We had a great view of the rock formations for breakfast in the morning. I was a little put out that check-out was 11 am and not 12 or 1pm.
All-in-all, I give this park high marks. Eric and Gayle, (Youtube) The Swiss Army Knife, on the move.