It was a nice place but a bit commercial for us. The bath houses were not very close to a lot of sites (ours included). I think this was due to the large size of the sites and the number of them, making the ratio correct but putting a lot of distance between them. Over all, a very nice place.
Very nice location with very nice people running it, The restroom/shower room fan was broken and it was really hot but it was due to be fixed the next day and was not that much of a problem. River view was excellent.
If you camp in the high desert you should expect a bit of dust. If that bothers you then you should stick to the parking lot type campgrounds with their nice level cement pads. If, however, you like to get away from places like that and would like a place with the nicest people, cleanest shower/rest rooms, sparkling crystal clear cool pool, beautiful scenery and clean air then Indian Springs should be on your list of places to stay if you in this part of the country. We were there as a group of Marine Viet Nam veterans for a reunion, and the people could not have treated us better. We were there for several days and did not have the time to see and explore all there was to see and do right from the camp. It was unique and one of the most pleasant experiences we've had in a long time. Semper Fi