Arrived late on a Thursday night and there was plenty of sites still available. We enjoyed our night, there was a breeze, plenty of space in the site. In the morning we could only see two others in the campground. There were beautiful views. For the price ($8.00) you can't beat this place and the entry road is paved. No shade, showers or water but the vault bathrooms were really clean and had plenty of paper.
Arrived at 5pm and got the last campsite available, site #13. Storm came through as we arrived, winds were very strong. Once the storm passed it was a pleasant stay except for our unwanted guests (Ants). The site had one tree for shade (where our ant friends had their home). We sacrificed our shade tree to keep the ants out of the camper. Plenty of room in the site for both familIes (ours and the ants). Canyon walls offered shade late in the afternoon. Campsite had fire ring and picnic table provided. Campground was convenient, reasonably priced ($15/night) and had a toilet (vaulted). Bathroom was always clean and had plenty of paper. No showers available so we went to Canyonland campground, $6/per person, unlimited hot water and clean. Shower permits aren't issued after 9pm.
The campground was convenient for the short amount of time we had to explore. Although, camp sites lacked shade and were closer than we would have liked. Grounds were neat and tidy but showers could be cleaner and updated. All in all, not bad.