I pretty much covered the bunk house set-up at the park. You can also camp in the desert campsites. Some of the them aren't very developed. Or you can stay in the elegant ranch house at the headquarters. This charming park employee was doing the cooking while I was there. She was a great ambassador for the park. Very nice. Ranch apartments. I think the superintendent lives here. As I mentioned, some group may want to rent the Big House (not big house as in prison though) for your stay. I think a group of DSers will be doing so in January if I understand correctly. Three bedrooms, three baths, up to eight people. Screened in porch. Lots of tile around. The floors are tiled. Living room. Built in 1908. Remodeled in the 1940s. Cowhide rug. Dining room. Kitchen. Fireplaces in the bedrooms. This old water tank in the yard is now a patio of sorts. Nice place to have a fire and sit out of the wind. They had to stop watering these pecan trees in the back yard. The moisture in the soil was deteriorating the adobe house.