We stayed one night at the equestrian camp on our way through the area. We prefer leaving the equestrian spots for horse owners but it was the last one available in the park. Although, of the 5 sites in this loop, none of us had horses!
With only a couple of small pens and not much space, we could see why equestrians might not flock here. Hard to say from one night though.
The sites are long and narrow without much space between them. Road nosie is noticeable during the day but quiet at night.
There are no bathroom facilities in this loop, so be aware of that. There is a small dumpster available. The bathroom/shower facilities and dump station are down the road at the main campground. You do have 20-, 39- and 50-amp electric plus water hookup at your site.
The good part about this loop is that you're camping within site of the historic Fort Richardson and visiting the grounds is a short walk. The buildings are only open from about 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., but you're welcome to wander the grounds and look in the windows. Make sure you grab a self-guided your brochure at check-in.
This was fine for a night or two, but for longer we'd encourage a stay at the main campground instead.
Phone service was good: Verizon 4 bars / T-Mobile 4 bars.