I camped, so I am leaving sleep quality and Rooms blank, as they did not apply, and are really affected by your own gear, more than anything to do with this property. That said, we did hear trains blaring horns at several times during the night, so something to keep in mind if you are a light sleeper, it is close enough to the train tracks to potentially be disruptive.
The description on the AAA camping guide was mis-leading, saying that it was in a secluded area, and the houses we passed on the way to the entrance from the highway did, as one other reviewer noted, look a little dodgy, but it was a quiet location, and safe.
When calling ahead to make the reservation, I was advised that "the steakhouse could send a car" to pick us up for dinner, and I wish a little more information had been provided on this. It was for the Big Texan steakhouse, and it was an awesome experience. As we didn't know the name of the steakhouse, we decided not to pursue it at that time.
After driving all day, I wish I had been told it was such a good restaurant, we would certainly have taken advantage of the free-drive, but oh well! It was easy enough for us to find by car.
Everything was clean and well laid out, and the campground staff were very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if passing through Amarillo.