NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has been sending back thousands of high-resolution photographs of the moon, including many that show the Apollo landing sites. The one above shows the Apollo 11 site; the descent stage of the lander is casting the long shadow in the center. Click on the picture for a larger image. In the one below you can see the tracks left by the Apollo 12 astronauts as they traveled around their landing site, including a visit to the remains of the Surveyor 3 space probe. Surveyor, Head, and Bench are the names of craters.
These ought to be hard for conspiracy buffs to explain away, but then I suppose any agency capable of faking the moon landings could fake a few dozen photographs.