31 sites (5 RV only, 1 set up for wheelchair access and others for tent/small camper.
Tranquil setting allows the landscape and the history it holds to emerge. Quiet but for the waking birds chirping, the hum of a hummingbird as it passes and chipmunks and rabbits enjoying the morning breeze. At night, after a spectacular sunset, hear the occasional coyotes howling at each other as you soak in the milky way.
There are comforts of a bathroom with flush toilets and sinks, water (5 gallon limit). Each site has a decorative sun shelter with picnic table, fire ring, tent pad.
Nearby trails to loop near visitor center and ruins, or an out and back trail.
Visitors center .4 miles away. Half off camping fee with Natl Park pass or Sr discount. Limited hours for running generators.
October 16, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
Small sites but well kept and clean. The staff is awesome. The turns are a bit tight and roads small. Carefull pylling a big rig through. Great plave!