We came to this park on a windy day, there were only 2 campers 1 was just parked there, the other looks like someone that lives there. The 1st night we ended up staying at the casino nearby just for safety as there were pretty bad winds and a warning from the local police of potential hail.
When we came back next day we stayed in the parking lot as there were some work being done in the sites. The spots now have 50amps.
It's very small I won't recommend it for big rigs, there are some spots that may fit for a 40' but on grass only.
Overall our stay for 3 nights there was good.
The best thing: tons of Monarch butterflies.
The bad: no Verizon signal and our T-mobile used all the roaming in few hours with AT&T which seems to have the best coverage there.
Weird: they have a dump station which is in an awkward position, (at least for us) we have to turn around as the dump is on the right side of the road going out.
If we are ever back in the area we'll probably stop by.