We discovered this little gem of Arizona State Parks a few years back. It is located off Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson. At that time it was like $6 to camp plus the restrooms had showers! What a deal. Not something you would find in California. This time I find out the campground has had a complete renovation with a new visitor center (I thought the old one was just fine) and all campsites converted with electric hook-ups. Now you pay $25 whether you use the electricity or not, so I used it. Now if I were tenting it, I would not be too happy paying the extra $$ for something I didn't need. Also, I have an issue with finely manicured campsites. Look at that ground. I was afraid to walk on it. A bit too sanitary for my liking.
Right away I was greeted with this Gila Woodpecker checking out who was invading his territory. I grabbed my camera and jumped out for a quick shot before he flew off. I think I may have stepped through the combed dirt while doing so. "Oops, sorry."