First the positive...the seclusion and view were as expected.
Now the not so positive. I had short text messages with host about 3 hours prior to our arrival to give her a heads up on our ETA, where I told her that we would probably stop in Trinidad for bite to eat before proceeding to the campsite. She responded that would be fine for she had a meeting around that same time and we should all get back to her place around the same time. We stopped for dinner and arrived at the site at 7:30pm, but had to wait until almost 9pm for Jennifer to show up. She apologized for her meeting took longer than expected.
Don't let the Bed and Breakfast description mislead you. There is no B&B at this time and there is some construction being done at this time. The campsite has a portajohn and the shower listed is a waterhose connected to a water container.
This was our final leg of week and half long journey before returning home the following day, and this was by far the worse experience we encountered during that time.
We enjoyed our stay at the Needles Outpost Campground. Amber and Caleb were there to meet us when we stopped to check-in and were very helpful to any questions or needs we asked. They also have some necessities to purchase at their store, such as ice, firewood, and many other camping needs. If you plan to use the shower facility, be sure to ask for tokens to operate them while at the store. The campground while rustic, did provide adequate restrooms and showers, which are always nice to have when camping. Plenty of campsites to chose from and we picked one that did provide some shade, but if you go in July like we did...it is still going to be stinking hot. Lol. The only downfall of the visit was the ever constant flies and gnats. But we made the best of the visit. Would definitely stay again if I'm looking for a place to stay.