Morefield Campground is within the park, and has tons of campsites. You can make reservations, but according to the website, there are always campsites available. All the sites with hook-ups were taken or reserved, but that’s okay, because I didn’t want h/u. The sites are all very natural, no concrete or cleared areas. There are a lot of trees and grasses and low bushes, which I'm sure keeps the dust down. I like the feeling of the campgrounds.
So I drove back to the “store” and paid for three nights. They have a grocery store with food and also souvenirs, shirts, all that stuff. There is a café, free showers for people camping here, and a coin-operated Laundromat. There’s an evening program every night at the Amphitheater, and an all-you-can-eat pancake/sausage breakfast every morning between 7 and 10 am for $7.95 I think she said. There are some nice trails, but Katie isn't allowed on the trails. That's okay, at this elevation just walking around our loop is enough for me.
Here's our site:
This path goes from our site to one of the restrooms:
View out the dinette window:
HEY, I just realized (last night when I wrote this) that I was getting 3 Verizon bars in this campsite if I put my tethered phone next to the window - we might even extend our stay!