First time here. Before the busy season.
Wifi was functional, if a bit slow. I expect that when the campground is full, there will be a serious congestion issue.
The only cell towers that were responding were for Verizon, so keep that in mind if you're depending on calls/texts to meet up with folks.
There's a historic marker right beside the campground, as well as a YART stop (Yosemite transit) for those who want to take the bus into the valley. (I highly recommend you do this!)
The general store was fine. A bit expensive, but not out of the norm for such places.
The deli and pool were closed, as we weren't in prime season, so I can't rate those amenities.
The hiking trail was quaint, and the little creek that ran through the campground provided a nice bit of background noise.
Recycling and garbage was on site, which was nice to see. Water and power were strong at our site, but I expect that on hot peak days, that might not be the case.
There are wagons & yurts, some of which had tarps on them.
Nice place. Would visit again.