This was one of our favorite parks. We camped in site #1, which was a very secluded pull-thru. All the sites had a shelter with a picnic table. The park has a great visitor center, museum, and art gallery, as well as a well-maintained mountain bike trail. It was a great alternative to dry camping in the national parks because of the electric hookups. Keep in mind that you must bring your own water.
We liked this RV park behind the Best Western. It had a great location - walking distance to a park, a grocery store and downtown. There was an outdoor pool, as well as an indoor pool. There is a laundry in the motel near the indoor pool, as well as a clean bathroom (no showers). This park probably had the best Wi-Fi we found on our trip. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for an overnight. Many of the sites are unusable (we were given a list of sites not to park in). The ones left were dirty and had huge cracks in the pavement. The road going in and out has large holes in it. This campground is basically a bunch of RV sites behind a gas station, where several 18-wheelers parked overnight. I would not camp here again.