Called the morning of arrival to see if we could come in early as we were only about 1.5 hours away due to poor planning i.e. hard to get last minute reservations near the Grand Canyon South Rim. They let us come in before noon with no charge! We went right into the National Park area that showed up as a toll road on our RV GPS. It was no charge as we have the Access Pass. Campground (CG) check in was quick and easy. Since we were early they said we could wait for the escort who came on duty about 15 minutes later or proceed to our spot. We headed on to Lake View site 24 that was an easy back-in with FHUs. The utilities were spaced a bit far from the site and towards the back so I needed about 22’ of sewer hose and 25’ of electric and water hose. All of the lake view sites are made so you can either back in or pull in with utilities available on both sides. We had a beautiful site with great view of Lake Mead and mountain views. The very nice & helpful escort lady, Cindy, came by to ensure we were situated and gave us the unique rules like vehicles must be parked at the same angle as your RV (not crossway across the site) so the mobile home residents across the street can see the lake. The fire pit was at the utility side back corner of the site. They give you one WiFi log-in for free but you can call a number to buy a week's worth of data and ask to have it available for three devices for $14 a week. We hooked our Weingard Connect 2.0 into the WiFi and that ran our devices just fine. WiFi was fairly good for this size CG. They have cable with a lot of stations but some are admittedly a little fuzzy down on the Lake View row, but watchable. We checked OTA channels and only got four and they were also fuzzy. Great place to overnight or spend a few days like we did exploring Hoover Dam and Boulder City. Even with a few hiccups, the service and views make this a highly rated CG for us.