Date of Stay: April, 2013
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in! The RV section is apart from the tent section, and all RV sites have full hookups. Sites 1 - 13 are all paved and level pull through sites and there are trees, green grass, and about 30-60 yards between camping sites. The higher numbered sites can be pull through or back in. For families, and located in a different part of the park, there can be found a swimming lake, water slide, 3 fishing lakes and even a Frisbee golf course. This is a true gem of an RV camping place. Reservations can be made online, but to get the senior discount (pay $30 instead of $40), you make the reservation online first and give a partial payment with credit card, then call the office (the number is given on the website) and they will apply the senior discount.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
What a great park! And what a surprise! This is a Lane County Park but one of the nicest, most spacious RV parks that we have encountered. The hookup pedestals are new. The area is well manicured. It is not laid out like a parking lot, but rather the sites are beautifully located among the trees and around the central green. The sites are asphalted and level and there are both pull-through and back-in sites. Both cable TV and Wi-Fi work well. This is one of our favorites!
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Silverton Lakes is an older campground that is being rehabilitated - The owner also owns one of the newer RV parks downtown.- The sites are quite large -- there are many 40 foot+ RVs here and there is room for them, for their tow vehicles, for their 4 wheel drive vehicles, as well as for slide outs, awnings, get together sites, etc. . There are many pull through sites and they all seem to be fairly level. There is also a very nice separate area for tents. We are sitting on the floor of the valley at 9300 feet, surrounded by peaks that rise to 12,000 and 13,000. It is beautiful. This campground is extremely convenient to staging areas for Off Road Vehicles. It is also convenient to the town activities of Silverton. There is cable TV, but no Internet at the sites. Verizon, however, is very strong, so the Verizon Mi-Fi works well. The park is quite pet friendly and our cat loves it! The landscaping is being improved daily. There are small trees and some grass at most sites. We came for a night and stayed for a week.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
This is the best place to stay in Kanab. Yes, it is an older park. (So are they all in Kanab.) There are however, trees and fairly level sites. the owners are friendly and helpful. The pool is nice and the sites are not too close together. Long term residents are in a separate location from the travelers. They give a discount for AAA, but for some reason they are not listed in the latest Woodall's AAA directory. Laundry and bath facilities are quite adequate. We came for one night, but we decided to stay for a couple more nights.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We are retired, part time on the road. This is one of our favorites! It has spacious sites, privacy barriers like trees and bushes, shade, and beautiful natural landscape. Quail run through like chickens. We like the sites on the upper level best. There are a few view sites, but we like to back up to those marvelous rocks. We recommend it to our friends.