We chose this spot only because the Grand Canyon sites had all been booked for the week we came into Arizona. Bummer at first, until we got here and met Bob our host here at White Horse who was extremely accommodating in letting us choose our campsite and giving plenty of recommendations for nearby trails and the awesome Sycamore Canyon Falls that's very close by and has a drive up option to where you hike in only 1/2 a mile or less to see the falls. It's a good drive in from Williams, AZ which is the closest town from the campgrounds with Flagstaff, AZ being a good hour or so after you make it to the interstate, but well worth it. I'd recommend high clearance vehicles, but others would do just fine in my opinion. It's serene in our little site and there is a decent amount of distance from your closest neighbor. Restrooms are very close to campsites with running well water. Cement tables are my favorite and the short walk to the lake was an added plus. It's late July and it has rained 2 days in a row for us. It's been 65-70 degrees during the day and 50 degrees at night, so definitely bring long sleeves and rain gear! Rain was plentiful from southern Arizona into central Utah. Will definitely be staying here again in the future!