Date of Stay: May, 2014
The rate is with a Good Sam discount. This park is right in Page near Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon, a must see. It fills up fast so would highly recommend reservations. That being said, we did not have reservations but they were able to shift reservations around and get us a pull-through site with full hookups, 50 amp. They were also helpful in booking a tour to Antelope Canyon and would arrange for them to pick us up and drop us off at the campground. We camped here in a 40 foot RV so did not use the restrooms or showers. It is all gravel as most are in the desert but there were fairly large shade trees between each campsite. There do appear to be long term campers here but it is a quiet and peaceful park and well laid out for all types of camping with paved interior roads and easy access to your site. There is an inside heated pool and hot tub and laundry on site.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We stayed here in a 40 foot motor home so didn't use the restrooms or showers. They were very friendly and took us to our site and helped us get pulled in so our steps led us right out onto a concrete covered patio. This appears to be a fairly new campground close to the Royal Gorge Bridge and about 7 miles out of town. The campground is all stone, looks like crushed granite, so there is no dust. The cable is DirecTV only, however they have a very comfortable nice seating area in the office with a TV that you can watch when they are open. They are working hard to landscape and make more improvements to this park. You can't wash vehicles there but they did allow me to wash off the bugs and mud that was all over both the RV and car. We found this a good place to day trip to the Royal gorge and to the town of Cripple Creek returning to the campground via Phantom Canyon, not a road for the faint of heart.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We stayed here one night. It was easy off and on I-70. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. I had to change a fuel filter and could not get the filter loose. The owner (who also ran the Country Store) called her husband and he came by with all his tools after he got done with work. They have very long level concrete pads with shade trees and grass next to them. We did not even have to unhook our towed car. They have a small country store which is where you register that has more selections of cheese, with samples, than I have seen anywhere. There is an assortment of home made jams and jellies as well as other things that you don't normally find in campground stores.