The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that the Male showers/restroom was under construction and not usable.
Gravel drive-through and back-in spots for RVs with 30 or 50 amp connections, water and sewer. Two tent spots. North of Willcox, but the city is small enough that the whole town is within walking distance (we walked to the center of town in about 15 minutes).
This is basically an old trailer park that has been upgraded to accommodate RVs around the perimeter and a couple of tents near the park/restroom area.
The shower/restroom area also has laundry facilities.
We didn't go into the rec room, but were told it has a pool table and a book/video exchange-type library.
The Rodeo grounds are a short drive across the freeway (don't follow your GPS if it tells you to use airport road - take the route that uses Rex Allen Drive) at Quail park (about 2 miles away - straight shot). This is a very convenient park to the Rodeo Grounds.
This park, as was all of Willcox (even though it was Rex Allen Days weekend) is VERY QUIET. Didn't see anyone other than a couple of dog walkers in the morning and the staff when we checked in.
The speed humps in this place are MONSTERS! We had to crab over them so that we didn't leave our plumbing with them (and very nearly did leave some plumbing the first time over the first one). The biggest suggestion I would have for management is to get some DOT specifications for speed humps and use those (The ones in our home neighborhood do a more than sufficient job of slowing people down without threatening RV plumbing systems).
The spaces are pretty close together and you get to know your neighbors pretty well (fortunately most are the friendly type). Most people seem to be staying for the season (and not just a few days like us).
The setting is a nice Pine forest. There was a group of wild horses roaming around while we were there. The roads are gravel and packed gravel that handle the rain nicely (we had no problems with mud).
There are 30 and 50 Amp electrical hookups, water and sewer in each space.
The cost is VERY REASONABLE when compared to other RV parks in the area.
Shower facilities are nice, but could use more ventilation (no windows, no openings other than the door and vent fan).
The walk to the Casino is, at most, 1 mile (furthest spot). The close ones are right across the street from the Casino. Road noise might be a problem on these close spaces, but we were most of the way to the back and heard no road noise at all.
This campground is small (only about 10 sites, one vault toilet building). Close to Lake Mary. Nice area, drains well when it rains (which it has done a lot this spring).
Vault toilets (one for each binary gender) are kept clean and well stocked with TP.
Friendly camp hosts (2019 summer season) who are helpful and full of knowledge.
No hookups. Nice for tents or self-contained RVs.
At Rose Canyon Lake. Lots of spots. Though the campground was very nearly full, it was quiet. Has several loops separated by shallow ravines. Pit toilets. Very clean and well-cared-for. Friendly, helpful camp hosts.