An excellent park; clean, quiet, very convenient to everything in Santa Fe, friendly people, pet friendly. Prices are a little steep but worth it for the convenience to town, as other sites are 10 miles outside of the city. The only reason I didn't score it a 10 is that the Wi-Fi at our location was problematic, cutting in and out at inopportune times. We'll definitely stay there again when in Santa Fe.
Park is very big, majority population is big rigs. Many seem to be year round or long-stay residents. Restrooms and showers are clean and roomy, although water pressure could be better. Most of the sites are shaded, but very tightly packed. WiFi worked well as did CATV, which has 3 HBO channels. Because of roads, Munds Park is actually closer to Flagstaff (25 minutes) then Sedona (45 minutes), which was what we came to visit. Nights were comfortably cooler than they would have been in Sedona because altitude is 2500 ft higher. Munds Park has nothing to do or see, so while it's not an expensive park, consider travel time and gas to get anywhere.
The rest rooms and showers were clean but few in number. The sites were very close together; lots of big rigs, no shade. They advertise as being pet friendly but definitely are not! The only area dogs are allowed in is an 8'X10', gravel "pet run." No grass anywhere. WiFi worked but instructions to get on internet are obscure, CATV was okay. Since there was practically nowhere to walk our dog, I'm glad we only stayed one night and won't be returning.
Not the easiest site to find, as it's about 8 miles south of Tillamook, but it was a pleasant experience. Rest rooms and showers are large and clean, most of the sites are gravel, shaded and level. Cable TV and WiFi worked fine. It's right on a highway but didn't have any issues with traffic noise, in the 2 nights we stayed. While it's a bit further further from town then others in the area, it was shadier, less expensive and quieter appearing.
A little distance from the highway but a very nice campground. We had a site right near the river and although there's no cable TV, our digital antenna picked up the major networks. Sites were level, not too tight and plenty of shade. Restrooms were clean and there's a hiking path along the river which goes past the marina. We stayed one night and would definitely recommend for that. Nothing to do in the town or surrounds for a longer stay, so without a boat, not recommended.
About a 2 mile drive off the highway, but a nice, friendly and clean campsite. Showers and restrooms were spotless and roomy. WiFi and cable TV worked fine and had no problem with cell phone signal. Site was grass but didn't require much leveling. Overall a pleasant overnight stay on the way west.
We picked Beaver Lake to stay at for 5 days because of the reviews and that it advertised WiFi and cable TV. Most of the campgrounds in the Custer area don't have cable. The advertised WiFi is a joke. It's sporadic all over the park. Signal strength varies from good to non-existent within a 5 minute period and our site ("A") only had a signal once. They have an "internet room" near the office that has DSL broadband, but power was out on all the wall plugs. I reported it the first day, but it was never fixed. Consequently, I had to run on the laptop battery and recharge at the site. There's a cell phone signal at only one place (that I could find), near the office, next to a sign saying "Cell Phone Hotspot." The showers and bathrooms were clean but the shower stalls are so small, getting dressed and undressed is very difficult, even for my wife who's 5'1", 105 lbs. The people were friendly, if a bit stand-offish after I complained about the lack of power in the internet room. Parts of the site are very dusty (the ones with no shade) and I agree with the comment that the location is pretty far from a lot of the better attractions. Even with the Good Sam discount, this site was expensive and I would not recommend it for more than an overnight stay.