Your experience here will depend on what you like in a campground. When I arrived on Friday 3/28/2020, the place was *packed* - with tents less than 15 feet away from each other and no visual barriers from one spot to the next. It was more like a Festival environment than a camping experience. People were blaring radios and there was a general sense of party/rowdiness.
The Furnace Springs RV camp below was quieter (mainly because nobody was actually outside of their RVs) but is essentially a gravel parking lot.
That being said; yes, the facilities seemed well maintained and reasonably clean. If you just need a place to put your tent overnight, this will do. But expect no privacy, and bring earplugs.
Personally, I decided not to stay. I drove about an hour south - through Shoshone and down to Tecopa, where I found a quiet, dark campground, and very nice hot springs.More
- Free parking