Cleanliness - 7 - For a State Park it was average. There was a bit of construction going on.
Bathrooms - 5 - There were nice new bathrooms which charged for showers. However there were older, run down bathrooms with a free shower. You had to hold the button down or the shower would turn off though!
Facility fun - 9 - They have a pool that was closed for the season and some interesting trails. Our boys mostly liked playing on the red hills and the small creek running by our campsite. There is also a small pond for fishing and some great walls for rappelling, if you are into that sort of thing.
Facility usefulness - 6 - Dump station and some pull-throughs, very few full hook-ups. No propane, but not unusual for a State Park
Nearby attractions - 4 - About an hour from Oklahoma City and 45 minutes to the west from some Route 66 museums.
Staff - 8 - They were nice, although they only take cash or check!
Natural surroundings - 9 - Gorgeous red canyon walls, lots of trees and The California Trail runs through the middle of the park.
Value - 8 - $25 for a night.
Overall - 7