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We stayed here as an overnight stop, arriving in the evening. My overall rating of 10 is based on overnight expectations only. Since it was dark, I couldn't see the grounds very well, but there didn't appear to be any shade trees - just a very open layout, which was fine as an overnight stay. We had a 28' RV (first time renter), and found the pull through sites plenty large - no problem there. The sites have Electric, Water, and Dumping. As an overnight stop only, all we cared about was a clean bathroom and shower, and we were not disappointed. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. This was the perfect overnight stop!! I would stay here again.

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After reading some of the earlier reviews, I wasn't sure whether to stay at this campground. The previous reviews were a mixed bag (good and bad). I decided to stay assuming the negative reviews were probably people that were never satisfied or pleased. I made the right decision and was not dissappointed. I camped in a 28' RV (first time renter). All the RV sites are pull through, and plenty big. The sites have 20 amp elec, water and dumping. The sites all have a cluster of pine trees, which provided the right amount of shade and privacy. The bathrooms/showers were relatively clean, but lacked general maintenance giving them a run down appearance. The ground, like all of Wyoming is a very dry dirt, creating a great deal of dust - make sure you bring a rug or floor mat. This was our first RV trip, and I didn't think of bringing these items, but thankfully we did have a broom. Right next to the campground is the Flagg Ranch Resort Hotel, which has a gas station, convenience store with camping essentials, gift shop, and restaurant. We cooked our own meals, and never ate at the restaurant, but looked at the menu - it's expensive! The campground location between Yellowstone and Grand Teton is perfect for seeing both parks. Overall we had a very enjoyable experience camping here, and would do it again!

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The location makes this campground great. It's at the base of the Zion Park Canyon, and the view surrounding you is stunning. However, you do sacrifice some amenities - Electric only hook-up, no water or dumping hookup at the campsite. There is a dump and drinking water station at the park entrance - so this is only a small inconvenience. We camped in a 28' RV (first time renting), and reserved a pull through site, but was given a site that required backing into. This was not a problem - the sites are plenty big. The rest rooms were relatively clean, but no soap or blowers to dry your hands - you had to bring your own soap and towel. There are no showers available at the campground, but there are some in town for a fee - this is a big inconvenience - so plan accordingly! We were in Loop B, and the walk to the front visitor center for catching the shuttle was very short. I overall loved having access to the the town and Zion park via the shuttle. Our overall experience was very good, and we would stay here again!