We stayed for a couple nights while in route to Arizona for an extended stay. There were only a couple campers in the entire park so it was pretty quiet. There is a hiking trail along the lake, not a mile long but a nice walk. The prettiest camp spots are down by the cabin rentals they have but they are primitive with no hookups. There are water hookups with the electrical sites but no on site sewer hookups. The water is a nasty brown color and I had to change my whole house water filter after using it for two days. I thought the campsite was reasonably priced until they added $8 extra for the two of us. If the water had been clean it would maybe have been worth it. The bath houses were old and badly needed some cleaning and updating. Probably would not stop again. There was a lot of broken glass all along the lake shore so it would not be safe for swimming. The boat dock was closed when we were there so we could not sit by the water. There is a gas power plant across the lake that is rarely operating but normally in standby.
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