Great Park with beautiful and historic sites to see. Plan on at least 2 days to take it all in. Campground was beautiful, backed up against a canyon wall with a small ruin. No hookups but the bathrooms were clean and you can fill up with drinking water at the visitor center. There is a dump site as you leave the campground. Saw Elk and many birds the 3 days we were there.
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by Stan
OK .... The Basics
If you remember the reason for the visit (visit the ruins) the campground is OK. The CG is gravel, mostly level, rather cramped and the sites small, no shade, and when it rains some of the fire pits flood. Restrooms but no showers. No drinking water. No dump. No power. There are two access roads that are 20-ish miles of dirt/gravel. Rough, so plan on a slow drive. If it is wet, slower. IMHO the drive and the spartan campground are worth seeing the ruins. A special place.