Date of Stay: August, 2009
We stayed here in a 31-foot class C motor home and a separate full size SUV (both fit in the site). Absolutely amazing! Incredible scenery. For electrical hookup the sites were especially beautiful. We needed the air conditioning. The spots are spread apart nicely with foliage in between. You feel like you are in a national park! Staff rangers were incredibly kind and helpful. Deer were strolling through the campground. Make sure you bring your inner tubes! If you bring the ones used for water sports they are a little too big, but they work. Tell the kids to get out at the bridge by the Best Western. You can go pick them up or they can take the shuttle back to the visitor's center.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
Our stay was in mid August of 2009 for three nights. We had a 31 foot class C and a full size SUV. I rate this park a 9. The RV area was typically a bit tight for full hookup park, but not as much as some. There were not as many people around during our stay. There were many trees and grass at the pull-through sites. I recommend paying just a couple dollars more and getting one of their premium sites. It was just big enough for our RV and full size SUV with no overhang, about 50 feet total. For six people with tax for three nights it was $155. The place was clean and the staff was friendly. The bathroom seemed clean and had air conditioning. We used the laundry room, and that went fine. There is a free garbage pick-up before 9 AM outside your RV. We had cable TV with limited channels. The wireless internet worked fine. The park itself is not right on the highway, but a little ways away. It was quiet enough. Please remember I rate this place a 9. I will make some additional comments however. We came in at about 10 PM in the pitch dark. I almost missed the place but I saw a lighted billboard at the last minute. It looks like you are pulling into a construction zone or gravel yard. However the campground proper is quite nice for a typical RV park with full hookup. If you have kids, especially older ones, there is nothing to do. The RV park is north of town, so they can't go take a walk and go shopping. There is no pool, which I think is quite big now that we spent 3 days in hot Moab. However, temperatures were 10 degrees below normal for us. There is no game room and the camp store is extremely small. It mostly has soda and ice cream. The Colorado River was adjacent to the park, but there was no safe place to throw tubes in unless you have a rope to keep from drifting. The tributary stream was just mud. If I had very young kids or mostly grown ups I would stay here again. It is a quiet place for your wife to get some sleep. If I had older kids I might brave one of the noisier parks to the south that have a pool, activities, and town nearby.