Some roads were nicely packed gravel and some roads were dirt, campsites were dirt. This is an extremely large campground, and it was packed full since it was a holiday week-end. Even though the two RV Gypsies were members of Thousand Trails, they got in a bit late because their RV had broken down and had to have some repairs. Therefore, the two RV Gypsies got put in a secondary area, which was not pleasant, and had only 30-amp and water, no sewer. And then they got trashy campers next door to them, as seen in the above photos.
There was a $4 charge for each car visiting campers, even if they come in just for a few minutes. There were 3 laundry rooms on site, which the two RV Gypsies do not need. Propane can be purchased here. There was a pool and an adult pool, but the two RV Gypsies did not check out either pool because they were in the wrong section and it would have been such a long walk and probably crowded since the campground was full. The same applies for the activity center and other amenities. Checkout time was NOON.
AT&T did not work in this campground at all, so the two RV Gypsies did not have phone service or Wi-Fi. They had to buy Wi-Fi at the price of $10 for three days. It worked well. Only 4 crappy TV Channels came in because the campground did not have cable.
Pio Pico's checking papers say that they have a variety of wildlife, especially coyotes, that could become aggressive if approached or threatened. However, the two RV Gypsies did not see any wildlife while at Pio Pico.