Another very nice KOA clean park. Grass was mowed and very well kept. Staff took us to our site and made sure everything was perfect. They came by later to check in service with a smile. Wi-Fi worked great. Would stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had a bit of sticker shock at $67/night. This KOA is right next to Main Street and we pulled in to get out of the wind, which was coming in with a storm. There is a pool but this is essentially a parking lot with gravel sites. It's OK but nothing much to brag about. Few trees and small store, but the price brought my rating down several stars. it will be easy to get in and out, in any size rig. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice, well located park in Cedar City. Easy in and out. We had a pull-through, buddy site with large grass area on the street side. Close to everything, shopping, fuel, and dining. We used it as a base to visit and explore Zion NP, Bryce NP, Great Basin NP(a long drive, but not to be missed), and Cedar Breaks. The park was quiet and well maintained, the only negative was the laundry, which had a lot of machines that didn't work. We would stay here again if in the area We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A KOA with somewhat level site and fair swing room to access them. I asked for a site that would have access to the southern sky for my roof mounted dish because of trees. But it seemed the check in person was clueless as to what I was talking about and had decided the site I was supposed to use and that was it. I watched several dog owners not cleaning up after their pets and vehicles parked partially blocking the street instead of being completely on their own site. There was no guidance to the assigned sites. No KOA personal seemed to monitor park rules. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park with long level sites. We were in a pull-through site. We have the narrower pull-through sites where there was a lot of room on one side with a picnic table and grass, and a tight fit on the opposite side. Plenty long enough for the RV and the toad. We had people on either side and we were fine with the space we had. There are wider pull-through sites that cost a little more. They had a small dog walk area, but there were lots of places to walk the dog close to the campground. The camp hosts were very nice. The camp was clean and well kept. The Wi-Fi was pretty bad. It was slow and I had to resort to the hot spot on my phone. The park is conveniently located. We would go there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice KOA campground. We had a back-in site, which was very easy to access. Sites were spacious and lots of green around them. Staff was friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Haven't looked at the laundry facilities. We would recommend this facility in the Cedar City area to others. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are a returning camper and will be back again. Well maintained campground with friendly, knowledgeable staff and very quiet at night. Our site was level and Wi-Fi and cable are good. See you again next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We chose this park over another recommended and were not disappointed. The staff was very friendly and accommodating and even recommended several places to eat in town. We stayed in row D and did not have an issue with leveling nor did we have any issues with the wifi or the cable TV. We will probably be back, and this park will serve as our home base to explore the parks and area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location. Very clean park. I stayed here on my way to and on my way home from Sturgis. The staff was great, very friendly. I will stay here again. It's a very nice park and great for families. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice people at check in and a very clean park. Problem is the park needs a bulldozer and re-do. Our pull through site was so un-level that we could not empty our tanks without leveling our rig. Nice and quiet at night,for one night. We liked Cedar City. Very overpriced for the sites. Good news is our site was 90FT long! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was a normal stop for us as we proceeded north into Utah each year. There seems to be new owners, and the park's over all condition is worth about $30 a night. Row "A" is the only section that has been kept up to high standards. The rest of the park is in need of TLC. We had a narrow, semi level, gravel site in row "D". The satellite signal was good, cable did not work, and the wi-fi was good. For some reason the trash cans were full in the park, and it was only Saturday. Trash was left on the ground. For $58 ,I was expecting more room and green grass. We will look for another park next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a fancy park but was a good base for seeing the National Parks in that area of Utah. Staff was friendly and helpful and all the connections worked fine. We would stay here again and Cedar City has some great restaurants. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean park with easily navigable roads. Our site was not level, and it was very narrow, making utility hookups inconvenient. They have a lot of amenities that an overnighter probably would not use, but are charged for anyway. They have free WiFi and cable, but the facilities do not warrant the price. Unfortunately, there are not many choices for decent RV parks in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a decent park with level sites and good utilities. Sites are rather narrow with some gravel and some grass between sites. There are two dog runs which are OK. Overall a decent park for a short stay. The rate is too high for what you get. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park and what I like about it compared to a lot of KOAs is that there is a lot of room to maneuver your rig. The staff is great and Cedar City is a very nice small college town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean, large, level sites with shade trees. The sites were easy to pull in and out of. Beautiful showers and bathroom. Good wi-fi, but slow. Nice tables and bar-b-q at each site. Large and well maintained laundry on site. They had a fair amount of nice cabins to rent also. Located well for exploring the area. We were exploring Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument. It worked out well for us and was close to grocery stores and other services. We would stay again if in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a KOA this was a really nice park. Even though the laundromat was a public/commercial laundromat, it was very nice with fairly new equipment. The office staff was friendly and helpful and the hand dipped ice cream was delish. The water pressure was terrific. The only ding would be the interior park roads had lots of potholes. Cedar City is a charming town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV park. Expensive. We even belong to their club and still got this rate. But this park is a gateway to Bryce and Zion parks, and this is high season. So I am telling you in my experience this is a 10. If you choose to pay this rate you will get a good place to stay. Lobby is very nice. Same for all facilities. We did have a problem with the inexperienced check in girl. She put us in a space with a tree tilted into it, and it was very hard to fit our 42' in it. But I went to complain, and she obviously had not done it on purpose. This is off the freeway and quiet. Cedar City is a very nice small town. Up high enough so the heat is moderate and not the furnace St George is this time of year. This park has lots of stuff for kids. Very cool small bikes and carts and all sorts of entertainment. We do not have any kids or grand kids with us but like people so the activity around us was welcome and not an issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. The friendly staff found us a partly shaded site that also allowed us to use our rooftop satellite dish. The park was very clean, the owner was on site and friendly. The cable TV service worked fine. We had planned on staying only three nights and stayed over two more nights. There are plenty of good restaurants in town and lots to see in the area. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice KOA. The hook-ups are well placed and all work as they should. Good quality basic cable TV and excellent Wi-Fi. Staff is friendly and helpful. Strong Verizon Wireless phone and data signal. Campground is quiet with minimal traffic noise and no trains. Sites are narrow, but plenty long enough. It is expensive, but it is safe, convenient, and clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate I payed reflects a 10% KOA discount card rate. This was a typical KOA, which I would normally rate a 7 or 8. However I believe that this one is overpriced for what you get. Even though the weather was in the 80s when we arrived the pool was not open yet. The dog yards had not been mowed and were about 8" tall with weeds. The water pressure was high, but I have an on board regulator set at #60 and didn't have any problems. The roads are a little tight for the larger rigs, so leave yourself plenty of turning room to maneuver into your site. I was next to a tree and couldn't get satellite reception so I used their cable hook up. No matter what I tried the picture was snowy. This would have been a good $30 campground, but for the price it didn't measure up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is way overpriced for what you get. The water pressure is much too high. Our kitchen sink water hoses leaked the entire time, even after buying a pressure regulator from their store. I had to shut off the water if we left or were going to bed. The owner blamed Cedar City for that. There were no places for a campfire, so the owner brought us a 15" in diameter "koa stove", it was pretty much worthless. The good news was, "I have fire rings on order from Koa", just in time for the "good customers" that arrive in summer We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Usually KOAs are average. Every now and then there is a Rose. This is one of the times. The sites are long, level, and the staff is wonderful. The bath facilities are very nice, tiled, and looks new and clean. Wi-Fi was good and secure. We did not have to unhook the car only for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pleasant KOA. We stayed 3 nights so we could drive to the national parks in the area. Sites were long enough for a motorhome and attached car. They were wide and level with a nice picnic area. Dog walk areas were separate runs but worked out fine. Staff was very helpful with directions, restaurant suggestions. Grounds were well-maintained. Bathrooms/showers were newly remodeled and very nice - great tile decor and new lighting. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On the last day of our stay we requested to stay another day. Three hours later, we changed our minds and went back to the office to get a refund. The manager of this half-empty park had an extremely nasty attitude and refused to refund our money, saying it was KOA's policy not to issue refunds without 48 hours notice and he stood by this policy, although we had only requested the extension of one day three hours earlier. He was so nasty and the park was so overpriced that we will never choose a KOA park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd time here and will be back. Bathrooms, laundry and pool looked good and clean. Make sure to see Kolob Canyon on way to Zion. They have great trails with low traffic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a quiet campground that provided a dramatic change-of-pace after Las Vegas. The campground staff was very friendly and helpful, being very accommodating about giving us a site with some shade and satellite reception. The Wi-Fi was secure and free. The laundry facility is huge, but expensive ($3 washers). It's actually a real laundromat with non-campers there also. One warning, there is a deep gutter running along the street in front of the campground. Take it slowly when entering and leaving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent park, wide very long shaded sites with great Wi-Fi and cable. But it is the bathrooms that brought a wow to my wife. They are beautiful like what you would find in Las Vegas. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This will probably be my last KOA stay. This was an OK park with clean bathrooms, but it was $58 per night with my 'loyalty card.' The following night we stayed in a very similar non-KOA park nearby. It was quieter, had a lot less kids whooping through the park till near dark, and it was $32 with NO discount. (The last 3 KOA parks cost me $71, $58 and $51 per night, the highest we encountered in a 40 day cross country trip.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground was very nice. Nice, level sites with shade trees. We stayed in one of their extra long "buddy" spots. The bathroom was beautiful; it has to be the nicest I've seen anywhere. We would definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Manager and owner extremely friendly and accommodating. Great dog runs. They located us in remote area (preferred) of the park near the dog runs. I don't usually stay in rv parks, especially KOAs. These folks have changed my attitude. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good overnight spot. We were surprised by the bathrooms: obviously had just been remodeled, so were very nice. The park is not near the "busy part" of Cedar City. We mentioned we wanted to walk to get some food, and the staff told us about the closest place. Unfortunately, it was closed on Sunday which is a pain when you are walking. We were not told that most places nearby were closed on Sundays and that the places open were further away. As travelers we have to rely on the staff of the campground to let us know what is in the area. The staff lowered the rating. We might stay here again, but would look at other options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was clean and well kept. Attendant was very friendly and helpful. Did not find it to be overly tight for a 31 footer with two pop-outs. Extended our stay to 3 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff but very overpriced $47 for a very shop worn KOA. The grass was pretty much all dead but they were watering the dirt around our spaces so muddy everywhere pretty much. I forgot to check them out on this site, but I will never make this mistake again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The spots are VERY close, the facilities are run down, and ALL the grass is dead. The Wi-Fi worked fine for me, but we were unable to get ANY TV channels! When I called the front desk they told me that was the best they could do. We would look for somewhere else next time, especially at the price we paid! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Things must have changed since the last reviews. This is one of the most expensive KOA's, yet one of the worse as far as ground maintenance or lack of. There was trash left at our site by previous occupants, the site beside us had a sewer back up or else someone dumped their holding tank. The contents had completely dried so it has been a while. It was obvious no attempt had been made to clean the mess up. There are three connected chain link dog walks. Why they don't have just one big one is a mystery. At any rate all three were over grown by weeds. There was an obvious total lack of grounds maintenance. Also,every channel on their cable was extremely snowy. I doubt we will return. I am not a chronic complainer. This is the first KOA that I have ever complained about. One positive. The wifi was fairly fast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in a full hookup site that was down a cul de sac in the campground. Despite having plenty of room it still felt cramped because of the way it was situated. Each site has a bbq, a small patch of very dead grass and a nice large tree, as well as a picnic table at the site. It may sound trite, but if the grass had looked even a little bit cared for this would have been a very nice place. As it was, it just looked sad. The bathrooms and showers were immaculate. The shower stalls were plenty big enough to shower and then dress. The pet area is tiny and hard to find, but is kept clean. There's a children's play area that was also well kept. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough KOA. Sites were okay even though we did have some trouble getting level. Staff was very helpful and nice. Great place to stay for trips to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon and more. Cedar City has some fun things too. Quite a few long term residents in back side of park and laundry is public with park entrance on back side of building. We would probably stay here again if we get back to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This KOA was one of the better ones we visited this vacation. The staff was very friendly and understanding when we had engine trouble with our truck and needed to stay an extra hour or two while we took it to a mechanic. There were a lot of trees - something KOAs seem to be lacking. A nice breeze was present throughout the day, and the playground was small but perfect for our kids because it was shaded. It was easy to find, and it was easy to get in and out. We would probably stay here again and try to visit Bryce and Zion next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have a toy hauler and 2 large motorcycles. Entering and leaving the park is bad, there is a deep gutter and we hit the back of the trailer going in and out. The site was very uneven so we had to block the curb side and use an extra step to get in the trailer. Unloading the motorcycles was difficult since we had to block the door level and then drop one motorcycle off of the door. The gravel on the site is very large rocks and very difficult to walk on and almost impossible to move the motorcycles around. Could not hook up to the WiFi, which I was assured worked perfect, and the cable TV was almost non-existent. Stayed for 3 days and had a total of 1 hour and 10 minutes of WiFi. When I told the office about the WiFi and cable TV, the staff were quite rude, and did not bother to try and fix either problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
In my reservation I asked for a site where I could use my Satellite TV. When I signed in I asked again and young clerk said it was OK. Got set up and my antenna was looking right into some big cottonwoods. Worse, their park cable TV is very limited and I had snow on the CBS channel. There were many open sites that were OK for Satellite TV. It an expensive place, but they seem to have lots of business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park claims to have earned an award at some point in the past, and you can certainly see remnants of its former "glory", but it is looking a bit run down. Grass is dead, weeds are growing up through the gravel, and the "paved" roads are broken and cracked with potholes. All in all a typical KOA. It was a convenient point to access both Zion and Bryce, so I guess we'd stay here again if we were in this area, but it is not worth the rate we paid. Wi-Fi worked well and Verizon AirCard had a strong signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park several times and feel very comfortable here. The pull-through sites directly behind the office building are very nice with grass, trees and tables. The park is kept very clean and neat. We will return on our way home from Montana in September. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An ok park if you're passing through on I-15. Cedar City and the KOA are well north of the entrance to Zion NP, about an hour, but is only about 15 minutes north of the entrance to Kolob Canyons NP. Bryce Canyon is 60 hard miles away to the east through the Dixie National Forest. When we checked in we were assigned a spot that required a large shoehorn to get our 20 foot camper van into, at the far end of a mostly deserted park, with the nearest bathrooms closed for the winter. Only the bathrooms at the front office were open. After complaining, we were moved to a suitable spot closer to the front. Front desk was friendly and accommodating. Bathrooms were clean and kept warm overnight. The laundromat has a KOA sign on the back of it, inside the campground, but it's a public wash and dry. If we come this way again we'll look for something much closer to Zion/St. George. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bathroom was very nice with black tile and mirror walls and white tile floor and showers. Nice for a KOA but also pricey for what we needed for a one night stay. We try to avoid all KOA as they are too pricey. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is well laid out and very well maintained. A bit pricey for low season even after KOA card discount. Take Exit 62, go 2.5 miles south; it is on your right. Some traffic noise but not bad. Large trees for shade. Sites are close together but not a big deal in low season or for 1 night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good KOA with functioning utilities. The fold and fluff laundry is a plus, drop clothes off when site seeing. Cedar City is a great location for touring the parks and sites of beautiful SW Utah. The Shakespeare feasible adds to the enjoyment. This KOA is a little pricey but we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived on the back of a tow truck for an unplanned stay after our truck broke down on the road. The people in the office were great at getting us set up right away and putting us in a site that was easy for the tow truck to negotiate to get the trailer situated. The site we were in was long enough and fairly level. They have low wood panels behind each site's hookups so you don't feel like they are right in your face when you're outside. There is some grass between each site, spacious enough but not overly generous. The laundry appears to double as a laundromat for the town and has a huge number of machines, cheap in comparison to other places we've been. It's about average for a KOA, but we've been in nicer ones. The main advantage for us was its proximity to the Ford dealer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The pull through sites are okay for over night. There is also laundry available that will fluff and fold for you. We used this campground twice, going out and coming back home. It worked out well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. The restrooms were the best we have seen at any park so far! The 8 ranking is for the outrageous price: $51 for 3 adults and 1 child. And that is with the 10% KOA discount! It is really hard to call KOA a family "friendly" campground when they charge for every person past 2. None of the other parks we stayed in did that. KOA claims the cost is because they have to track the other people, but they never asked for names or ages of the other people; so how would they track them? And once again, no Wi-Fi was available. That makes it 100% no Wi-Fi at 3 KOA parks. At least there were no wasps in this park like there were in Spokane Valley and Brigham City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have camped here several times on our way to or from Colorado and we have never been disappointed. We make reservations on line and ask for a satellite friendly site and that's what we get. The campground is well-maintained and well-groomed with plenty of space between sites and the staff was friendly and helpful. We'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are parked under beautiful, old trees. That's the good news. The bad news is there is no way to get satellite reception, but there is cable. The camp is pretty noisy, especially if you are close to the road or the pool. There are many sites crammed in almost anywhere, some in the blazing sun. The help in the office is not too sharp. Beware if you make your reservations on line and request something special. I would call to make sure you get it. Many people we talked to did not, including ourselves. All in all, an ok place to overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this park. Stayed here 3 times between May and August of 2009 and in that time the park changed hands so many times, we met three owners in three months. Still, some things remained constant: Friendly, friendly, friendly. Best rest rooms anyone will ever find in any RV park. So upscale!!! Like a 5 star hotel - and better than some of those. Nice covered patio in front of the office if you want a place to sit and eat your ice cream cone, if you don't mind sitting next to the road. Propane very affordable - MUCH cheaper than other campgrounds who sell propane. Decent cable selection, though not vast. Decent grass space plus concrete patio. Mostly level sites. Most recent owners will be turning part (about half) of the park into a permanent RV village (now thinking 55+) and we are VERY interested in returning here. When you are in Cedar City, take a little time to meet some of the locals. In our four years of full-timing, my husband and I agree that without any doubt, Cedar City is by far the friendliest city we have ever encountered. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground. The owners are friendly. They have free Wi-Fi which is nice. There is a small dog run. We were upfront with the over nighties, but for long term stays there are sites in the back under huge ash trees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owner greeted us very warmly. Nice folks run this place. Pull through sites are long, and just a bit on the narrow side for double slides. There are beautiful trees all around the park. I would have given them a 9 but the highway noise is really loud if you get a spot on the front half of the park. I will use this park again, however a rear spot only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second time here. We stayed 3 nights to give us a chance to explore Bryce Canyon. We would have rated it higher but with the lack of cable TV & WiFi that required contact of the service provider (first contacted them on Saturday & no callback) to get access, I could only give it this rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were greeted with a warm welcome by a very friendly guy who we think is the owner. In fairness, they have just re-opened for the season on March 1st. Their "cable" TV is only 3 channels, and it looked like there was some deferred maintenance as a result of the winter season. The park is located in the middle of town, so you really don't get the "out camping" feel. However, it is also a very good hub location to visit all the parks. They do have some nice pull-thrus (at least 80'). Unfortunately, they are very narrow if you have slides. We would definitely come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A clean park with c lean cabin and clean restrooms. Lawn sprinklers were on and sprayed the entry, parking area and front porch for 45 minutes. There was traffic noise from city street close to cabin. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
The photographer did a good job. Definitely not a resort. More of a campground. Pull thru sites not very level. We had to move to a level back in. Office help not much help. Wi-fi worked off and on. Best thing about this park is its in a very nice city. Don't miss Milts Steakhouse. Top Sirloin was awesome. Also have a man who will wash and wax your rig at a reasonable price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed with this KOA to be honest, advertised as being "resort" like and with major improvements I found it to be nothing special at all. The first problem was I was served by a young girl who plainly could not be bothered at all with me and stuck me in a site that was obviously way to small for our 36ft Class A, this despite me clearly stating what I was driving on the KOA reservation form, doubt she even looked at it, went back in to ask for another site, she hardly said a word and simply told me to find another that was suitable and let her know the number, this I did but I was less than impressed with her attitude. The rest rooms are very good, site layout strange to say the least and the shop next to useless, ok was possibly low season but no bread etc? On site food was advertised as 'Sassy's Treats' but when I asked Miss Personality 2008, was told "not doing that anymore" again maybe because was off season, not sure. A reasonable enough place, clean etc. and fine for overnight, but truly nothing special at all in my eyes and not worth the "premium resort" type prices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground charged an exorbitant rate, and did not provide advertised cable TV or Wi-Fi service. The clerk at the desk was rude, brusque and unprofessional. It was a disappointment for a KOA campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from the Interstate, and convenient to all of the surrounding sites. Office staff was pleasant but not overly helpful. Sites were very nice, we had a pull-through behind the office, and, although slightly tight, the slides all opened, and on the grass side, there was plenty of room, but on the driver's side, we had to walk through our neighbor's site to complete our hookup. If in the area again, we would certainly return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has very easy access from the highway and is a good base camp for many of the National Parks/Monuments in the area. That being said I was expecting more from the website build up. Given at 45' and towing 30' we have some issues. All said an done this a a clean base camp. They do offer housing for students in single wides, but it is a university town. Actually cute town with lots of amenities, Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, etc., a good place to get a lot of things done. Based on the build up I was expecting more. Both wireless card and sat TV worked great, and all services good. If you don't have a pull through right behind the office, don't look for too much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park as our base for National parks so we weren't in during the day. Sight was very tight but we didn't have neighbors so was O.K. Kids enjoyed the pool. Office staff needed more training but were pleasant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rates are a little high, but this is a very pleasant and clean urban park in a nice little Utah town. It is very convenient to the national parks Zion, Bryce, and Cedar Breaks. We canceled a night at Bryce and stayed a third night at the KOA because of the convenience and atmosphere, and just drove over to Bryce (scenic 90 minutes), stopping also at Red Rock Canyon and Navajo Lake. Nice grassy, level sites, clean bathrooms and mature shade trees. We found it very pleasant and quiet despite what some campers have posted, and would return next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place has seen some great improvements in the last few years with new ownership. The long-term trailers that were near the swimming pool are now gone, replaced by nice, long sites. When we first checked in, we were given a site that was too hard to angle into - would have been okay for a Class B/C - and the young man at the desk apologized and moved us to one of the long sites near the pool. The Wi-Fi worked easily, as well as the cable TV hookup. We also loved the huge trees that shaded our site (and lots of others in the park). The only not-so-good comment I have to make is that this park is right on Main Street, which is pretty noisy now that Cedar City has grown so much. But that's not something that would keep us away. We will return often, especially since it's a one-day-out stop from our home in SoCal as we go up the 15 to most of our other destinations. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An overpriced KOA, but choices were very limited, and our length precluded staying in other park. Smoky campfires, not maintained per the price charged. Long sites most of them fairly level. There was a branch that would have hit my rig and I had to back in my site at an angle. Told one of the workers driving around in a golf cart. Got a vacant smile, nod of the head in agreement and a Si, and it was still there 5 days later. Not real competent folks at the checkin. I paid in full for my stay when checking in, she wanted to charge me extra $54.00. I asked why? She said it was a deposit in case I left without paying. duh. I had just prepaid my bill. I did not find anyone extra friendly, they just seem to tolerate paying customers. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overpriced, like many KOAs, but a nice park. Sites are fairly wide and there are several wi-fi antennas throughout the park. Many sites are shaded, but satellite sites are available if you ask for them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground near I-15 with level gravel sites and full hookups. Wi-fi worked well. Good base to visit Bryce Canyon, Kolob and Zion National Parks. Also good for overnight stay off I-15. Wal-Mart and other stores about 10 minutes from campground. Friendly staff and helpful if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great in and out. We had a big pull through site with plenty of room and a nice grassy area on one side. Great view. Nice City, friendly folks at check-in. WiFi started working the day we left, but that was not that important to us. We were here for 4 nights, and really enjoyed our stay. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been staying here for about 4 years now about 4-6 times a year. This is our favorite close by (3hr drive) from home camp. Always clean and friendly staff. Nice grass on every site. Next door from a car rental so we don't even bother to tow our car up there. I always thought the price was a tad high but we go anyway because we love it in Cedar City. So much to do in and around town. Stocked store with homemade fudge and ice cream and hot specialized drinks in the winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very happy with this campground. If the sites had more room between neighbors, we'd have rated it a 9 or 10. But, our neighbors slideout almost touched ours. For such a rural and pretty area, there really should be more space between sites. Staff was very friendly, store was well stocked and included t-shirts, ice cream, and homemade fudge. Cute campground and we'd stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the better KOAs - definitely an exception to the usual KOA. Our back-in spot #54 was a wide packed gravel level site with a 6 foot concrete patio the full length of the site, plus an adjoining 8 feet of grass. Excellent fast WiFi, as well as excellent satellite reception. We stayed for 4 nights and would stay again. I guess it's a destination site (Bryce & Zion) but still a little overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My site was a super-site directly behind the office. Though I was quite close to my neighbors, the grass was lush and the picnic tables were new. Entrance and exit approach angles were tough to navigate. Tow dolly trails dragged both on the way in and out. Staff was great. Pool was super. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 3 nights while visiting Bryce and Zion. We covered both parks with day trips from Cedar City. This KOA is nice and the owner is friendly. We didn't see any signs of Cappuccino, fudge or pizza and would have loved to try some. Our MH and toad are 75 feet long and there was lots of room left over on our pull through. The cable selection was somewhat sparse but acceptable. Our site had grass and shade trees. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped as an overnight stay on way to Vegas. It is centrally located between 2 exits, easy to find. Extremely clean grounds, sites, store, rest rooms. Staff very friendly, smiling and courteous. The sites are long enough for any size rig. We will definitely plan a visit here when we can stay a week or longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the most laidback place we have ever stayed! It was a good place for the family and was the nicest bathroom in KOA we have experienced! Only problem we had was when it rained! (not KOA's fault). All the water from the street ended up draining into the tents of our family members staying in the grassy area of our cabin. Just make sure to pick up your tent before leaving! We were 25 miles away (not a drop there) and when we came back, our cabin yard was flooded. But that was the only problem with this place!!! Will I ever stay again! YES! YES! YES! It was very ,very nice. We enjoyed it. Cabin 10 ! We camped here in a .
[ 9 / 10 ]
We stayed here for two nights and really enjoyed ourselves. The staff is great, they offer pizza, cappuccino, and fudge (uummmm) in the main office. It was very nice for a weekend get away. A little pricey but overall good experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a really nice campground with great amenities and service. We were only here for two nights, but would like to have stayed longer. Really nice employees. By the way, they will deliver pizza to your site, and it was one of the best we've ever had. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Large pull thru sites with grass and shade trees. Park and grounds are very well maintained. Very clean and absolutely beautiful washrooms. Great home base for day trips to Zion and Bryce. Very friendly staff. One of the nicest parks we have stayed in. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a bit pricey for a KOA and they offer no weekly rates but it is clearly the nicest RV resort around. Sites are large, level (gravel) and clean with concrete patios and picnic tables. The office/store is equpped with a deli, hand-dipped ice cream, expressos, and a great assortment of essential groceries and rv supplies. Free wi-fi, free video, cable and countless other amenities make this park id great place to visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is clean, neat, and well taken care of, but very noisy with traffic if you are in the front or very rear of the park, although the rear is better. The bathroom is very pretty and modern and would be a joy to use if it wasn't for the awful radio station that is blaring all day long. I would not stay there again in a cabin or in my RV. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This campground was ok. It was too cold when we were there for the pool. The staff were very friendly. We were there 3 nights, and the wifi only worked about 2 hours, and then never worked again during our stay. We reported it twice, and was told it was the wind. But wind had never been a problem at any of the other campgrounds. So if wifi is important to you, as it is us, I wouldn't stay at this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is ok , very close to the road, there is noise, bathrooms where nice, nice park, but not worth the price for what we we would be looking for. No attmosphere, no hospitality, although the check in people where pleasant, never saw any one else, definatley an over night park. But $45.00 for a parking space, you decide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I‘m not sure what all the excitement is about, regarding this campground. It is clean, many sites are back to back so on one side you have a nice grassy area (but the other side is tight) and it has easy access. But, the dog run is tiny, it is on a busy street with a large apartment complex located behind it (zero nature ambiance) and the WiFi didn’t work for several hours. All this for a whopping $39 a night. If I hadn’t been so tired after a long day of driving I would have tried somewhere else considering the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cedar City KOA is a campground that is heads over any other campground we have camped at, something all campgrounds should try to reach. Even the very largest RV's towing the very longest tow will have no problems here, the cleanest and most modern bathrooms we have everseen no wonder Woodalls gave it 5 stars and Trailer Life rated it as second higest rated campground in all Uath This campground even has a large laundry with drive up dry cleaning service, a ice cream store and its own movie theater. We will stay here the next time we are in the area We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground for a day or two stopover. The bathrooms in the main building were the nicest I have ever seen hands down in a campground. We had trouble with internet access and a little too much highway noise. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very nice campground, grass at site, nice store and pool. Site is wide enough to have room to setup chairs and enjoy the outside. My only problem was the wireless internet. Like most KOA's it did not work. I have yet to stay in a KOA where it works as it should. I'd stay here again even without out WiFi access. It's a nice camp ground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Can't say enough good about this little park. Clean, clean, clean! Owners are very
personable and accommodating. Big pull thru's for 40' and larger. Rock pads with well kept lawn, table and BBQ. Big trees, but no danger of hitting limbs
with "Big Rigs." Very easy in/out of park. A great spot to use as a "base camp" for Zion and Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
If you are traveling in Utah you must seek out the Cedar City KOA. They are the best
thing going in that area. This park has been thru a huge transformation over the past three years with according to the owners better things ahead. We were welcomed and treated like we were the most important people they had met that day. The bathrooms are Vegas like in decor with black tile, mirrored walls and pedastal sinks. Worth the stop just a get a peek. Thay also offer homemade fudge (free samples), hand dipped ice cream, coffee shop and other necessary supplies. They have a theatre in the basement of the office with theatre seating, surround sound and a huge screen. Nice pool, beautiful cabins and excepitionally clean grounds. We really enjoyed the Shakespear Festival which offers numerous Tony award winning plays during the spring, summer and fall. This is a great base for exploring Zion, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Kolob Canyon and Brian Head for skiing. Give them a try. We loved this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I will give this a rating of 7, because it was not bad, but aged. They had long pull-through sites for our motor home and trailer. It was easy in and easy out. They had speed bumps that will rearrange your cupboards and out friend could not get his trike across the speed bumps. He had to go round. They say they have Internet, but only in the office. The outside repeater was not working and was not sure for how long. I would try to find a better one than this one for the price that we payed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park in decline. I have been here a number of times over the last 10 years. The sites are decent sized but the care of the park is going down hill. The management is excellent, but ownership does not seen interested in maintain or upgrading the parks. It is located in town and can be somewhat noisy. It has some good shade areas, but it seems that this park is destined to be developed into something else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic park without any amenities. The sites are adequate in length and width, but it can it difficult to maneuver is you have a very long rig. The park is clean and the staff is friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, it is only 30 amps and is somewhat pricey given its lack of amenities. It has road noise from the main highway in town. It makes a good place for a couple of days with easy access to Cedar Breaks NM. to other national parks in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The lady at the desk asked if we were Good Sam, then didn't give us the rate! When I asked she said that was the rate, however, the regular rate was also $36! We were only here for one night so it wasn't too bad. The park is run down and not well kept up. The Wi-Fi worked just fine. We were right next to the repeater. Didn't use the cable. Don't think we'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice shady well-kept older park. Showers/restrooms are old, but clean and functional. Cable TV is better than most RV parks; WiFi is typical of most RV parks. There is no swimming pool. If you really want to swim, there is a world class Aquatic Center in town. Whether heading north or south, Cedar is a good place to stay over a few extra days and this park is the best bargain in town. Stayed a month, be back next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Over the past few years this park has started a downhill slide. Nothing is maintained anymore. Management does not seem to care. The place looks really run down. The Wi-Fi never works. Kids from the adjacent mobile home park, run through all hours of the day and night. Restrooms are not locked and smell like homeless people have been using them. Pet restrictions are not enforced at all. Loose dogs from the adjacent mobile home park roam freely through the park. Will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park at the north end of Cedar City. Easy in and out. We were traveling with friends and had two spots at the back of the park (23 & 24; spot 24 has great shade). The back area of the RV park is farthest from the road and quiet; we heard no night-time road noise. Even though it’s an older park with some permanent residents, it’s well-kept and the level pull-through sites long enough to handle our rigs and trucks without unhitching. Cable worked well as did the free Wi-Fi. Restrooms were adequate and clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a clean park with decent sized sites and some side by side hookups. Some sites can be a little difficult to enter. Not all sites are 50amp service. This makes a good park for the attractions in the area. The park is well maintained and the management is helpful and friendly. It is somewhat pricey and there doesn't seem to be a weekly rate. However, it is the best park in the area and its cleanliness and location make it quite attractive. I would certainly stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is unremarkable but perfectly adequate for a night while passing through the area. Sites are reasonably sized, staff is helpful and it is close to Cedar City amenities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an okay park for an overnight stay, but I would not recommend it for longer than one night. Although they advertise in the Good Sam Trailer Directory as having a pool, cable TV and free Wi-Fi, the pool is fenced off and has trees growing in it. The cable TV was excellent with over 100 channels. The Wi-Fi signal, however, was either weak or undiscovered. When I could get online, it was so slow that my email timed out. I could not upload photos due to the extremely slow speed and weakness of signal. Access to the entry is very tight, as you need to make a sharp turn off the main road and then another turn to get to the registration office. There are several speed bumps on the access roads which are quite large and not easy to get over. The sites are large enough to accommodate large rigs, but are gravel and uneven. The Staff is friendly, but the 'store' is sparsely stocked. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park for an overnight. Older facility is very clean and well kept. Management very friendly and helpful. All utilities worked well. Wi-Fi signal strong. Verizon 3G strong in area. Gravel site was reasonably level with some maneuvering. Entrance turn can be tricky. Speed bumps are brutal. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Old KOA format. Called ahead while traveling 1-15. Friendly lady at office noted they would be closed by the estimated time of our arrival, but come on in and pick any site. Far north end of town. Small sign. Doesn't get much traffic. Was met at 6pm by friendly guy who pointed out a nice, long pull-through site: 17B. 50amp on pedestal 17A. Packed gravel mixed with grass pads. Jumbled looking, rough around the edges, older park: but it was quiet. Couple longer term rigs here. Rough interior roads. Verizon and aircard worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice "old" park. While the restroom/showers were very clean, there was an old musty smell. The sites were gravel with grass yards with sufficient space between the sites and each had sufficient access. Shade trees did hamper our satellite dish, but was really not an issue. Some "permanent" rigs were there. We initially were scheduled for one night, but while on the road that day, our small Shih Tzu came down with some illness and we had to extend one day. The staff was extremely helpful in our concerns of our pet and recommended a local Vet to come in on Saturday to help us out. They even called us twice during the next day inquiring on our pet's health. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There's not much to choose from in Cedar City. There are a lot of full time residents in trailers on the property. The site was not very level unless we parked at an angle, which we did. The speed bumps in the park are way too big!!!! Driving a motorhome over them is like a thrill ride. For this reason alone, I would not go back here. Also, there were dogs and cats roaming the grounds. Our dogs were crazy with all the strays roaming around. I will try the KOA down the street next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed here on a number of occasions. The sites are fairly good sized with some side by side hookups. Most sites have a nice grassy area on the side. The park is clean and well maintained. A little pricey for the winter season, but otherwise this is a good place to use as a base for the national parks in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here before. It is a nice place and the staff is friendly. The sites are lined with timbers and can make it a little difficult to get squared up in the site. There is grass landing by most sites and a nice large grassy pet area. The roads are paved and the gravel sites are nearly level. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this park as an overnight camp location. The cost is rather high for an en route camp, but many use it as a destination camp for Cedar Breaks, etc. Clean park and staff actively maintaining it. Level gravel sites. Recently added free WiFi which worked well. Only complaint is some road noise, and a trash truck that did its work at 6AM. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here in Jan. Had planned on staying at the KOA down the street but found them closed so we stayed here. Nice staff ,fair price and plenty of room for our 34' 5th wheel. Nice place for an overnight stop. Verizon Aircard worked fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice campground, but pricey. $38.40 with Good Sam discount. Wi-Fi didn't work more than 15 minutes. Big rig access? Yes and No; it's certainly doable for our 40 footer, but bigger? Hmm. A little tight. Even woman at front desk said, " You're the biggest rig I have seen pull in here." Not bad for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access, wide roads, neat and clean. Helpful staff and nice laundry. Quiet and close to downtown. Close to Bryce NP, and Zion NP. Lots of things to do locally. Pool is seasonal and closed at the present time. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice place for an overnight stop. There is some street and highway noise, but didn't bother us. There are quite a few permanent residents out back, but even the older units are clean and well kept. Wi-fi worked okay, but not blazing fast. Groceries, restaurants and Wal-Mart are near by. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice older campground. Most of the gravel sites need a small block or two to level. We camped in the back and it was very quiet. There are older mobile homes on two sides of the park, but the week we were there everything was quiet and little traffic on the interior roads. Power was excellent and hook-ups were up-to-date units. The landscaping was well maintained, but most of the trees have died due to insects a few years ago. The park just installed WiFi before we arrived. When it worked, it was adequate. Although the WiFi was free, you are required to get a password from the office. The system kept losing mine, and after 3 attempts I gave up. Hopefully they will iron out the bugs and it will be more reliable. The KOA down the street didn’t appear to be any nicer except for a few more trees and Country Aire has lower rates. This is an excellent location to visit Bryce and Zion. Don’t miss Kolob Canyon just south of Cedar City. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great spot in a cute little town. Maintenance was top notch. Very clean everywhere, especially the bathrooms, even though they were a little outdated. Great service. If you are looking for quiet and private, you might try somewhere else. Some of the sites require that you face your neighbor and share the grass and table with them. Also it is right on rte 130 and it is a highly traveled road. Over all had a very nice stay there with the wife. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were gravel, but level. We stayed four nights and enjoyed our stay. The laundry room was inside the office and you had to put your laundry in before 4:00 PM which can be a little inconvenient. We thought the place was high priced for not being all that fancy or having extra amenities, but we didn't have any complaints either. Pool was not open (April). Sites had plenty of room. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice quiet park. Office staff very helpful and accommodating. Restrooms were a little on the older side but maintenance was there frequently making sure they had supplies and were clean. I spent 3 night here and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean and well maintained. Staff is helpful and pleasant. There is a separate area for a mobile home park, but the rvs are separate. Power is excellent many sites are long enough that you do not have to unhitch for an overnighter. This is a convenient location and we felt safe here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet, clean and a good base of operation for checking out Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef and Kolb Canyons. During an extremely hot period their voltage stayed up nicely with everyones AC running full speed. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for a week and loved it. It was one of the highlites of our trip. Perfect location for day trips to all local sites including Bryce Canyon. Wonderful town with everything you could ask for. We had a large site in the back. The modem, washer/dryer setup, well maintained grounds and the staff were great. We will stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well maintained park, wide inner roads, easy in/out to interstate, quiet. One of the nicest parks we have ever been in. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very clean and easy to get into and out of rv park. It is a husband and wife operation and they put a lot of work into making your stay enjoyable. Great for overnight or for an extended stay exploring the neat town of Cedar City. We camped here in a camper.
A little difficult to find RV park - Best Western has 2 properties across the street from each other. Great gravel RV park with desert-like items separating the sites. Level - easy access. Free coffee and donuts every morning. Access to physical fitness room and pool! Walking distance to downtown. Great place to stay to visit Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great and free! Good Sam discount. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small RV park behind the Best Western Town & Country Motel. pull-through sites with side by side hookups. Convenient place to stay as we met relatives staying in the motel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only good thing I can say is that it was convenient. It is behind a motel. No bathrooms or showers available for campers. Dragged bottom getting in and out of parking area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate here reflects a Good Sam Discount. Nice park. All sites are level gravel pull through sites. Green grassy park like setting across from RV sites 8 adjacent to pool area. Close to everything in Cedar City, including Shakespeare Festival. Cedar Breaks & Brian Head are close for day trips. Very friendly staff. Back of park is next to post office, but posed no problems at all. Good for an overnight stay or longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This compact park, part of a Best Western hotel, is right in the heart of Cedar City, a nice little town with a still-prosperous downtown featuring several restaurants and tourist-oriented stores to visit. Access is a bit tricky, and beware of the almost invisible, diagonal speed bumps, and several potholes, that will really toss your rig around. The spaces are minimal size with back-to-back utilities, but the water, sewer, and electric work well. The Wi-Fi varies from OK to basically unusable, mostly the latter. There is a place to walk your dogs. There is a lot of lighting at night, but the noise from the adjacent main street dies down later in the evening. The price shown is Good Sam including taxes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small, 10 space RV park in center of town. Clean and well kept. Level gravel. Good water, power, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. Right across street from a nice park and grocery shopping. We stay here every June for festivals. Close to Zion (60 mi) and Bryce (90 mi) both and reasonable close to North Rim (150 mi). No showers or bathrooms. Some traffic noise from Main Street, but that doesn't bother us. We like the fact that you can walk to almost everything you need (except Wally World - 2 miles). CC is near 6k feet so pleasant weather in summer, unlike St. George to the south (hot!). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate paid was AAA, normally $35/night. Best price in town. Excellent 4G internet signal. It is only one block to the park, library, post office, grocery, cute old downtown, and paved walking/riding path. Quiet at night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Contrary to previous reviewer: breakfast is not included it costs $5 and don't waste any money on it. Cable is terrible, wi-fi is so slow that it is not worth connecting. Sites have side by side hookups. If you have anyone next to you, they better be good friends. Extremely noisy at 7AM with trash trucks, tour buses, road noise, and, of course, the post office you are backed up to. Would never stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is behind the hotel in downtown Cedar City. The nightly rate included the continental breakfast that the regular hotel guests get. Cable and Wi-Fi were good. There are no showers for the RV area. There is a laundry available, but we didn't use it. This is a great park for RV'ers going to the Utah Shakespeare Festival. It's only 4 blocks walking distance. Grocery store is right across street with many restaurants in the downtown area very close by. Park was not full the four nights we stayed here. Nightly rate was $36.71 after all taxes. We will stay here again when we attend the Shakespeare Festival. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Third year here. The only thing that keeps it from five stars is the dumpsters are always full to overflowing, and I have to call the office about them. Small safe RV park located in the center of town adjacent to the Motel. It's within walking distance of restaurant, grocery stores, coffee houses, bars, nice big city park, Ace Hardware, etc. Walmart is two miles, as is Home Depot. Easy day trips to Zion and Bryce. North Rim of GC is a bit far for a day trip though. Vegas is 2.5 hours away. Pools and spas, gym, etc., all are part of the Motel and you can use them. Fairly easy access off of both Main St and 100 West. Sites are level gravel with enough room, trees and picnic tables in between. Good water, power and sewer. Some traffic noise but not too bad. No on-site bathrooms or showers. Good fishing an hour or so away. Beautiful area. We come every June for the Utah Games and the Groovefest music festival. Stay a month. Big "Shakespeare" theater company here. We love it, particularly in late May and June. NOTE: The western most space, (last one) gets way too much sun. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate reflects Good Sam discount. This Park is located right downtown Cedar City. Very near shopping on historic Main Street. It's operated by the Best Western Hotel. Register at the hotel office. All facilities of the hotel are available for the RV park as well. Indoor and outdoor pool, exercise room etc. No showers or restrooms available as the sites are located beside the hotel. We intended to use the exercise room but didn't have time so I can't give a opinion on it. We did use the laundry, such as it was. There were two older washers and two dryers in a small room with no folding table or chairs to use as you wait. The washers cost $2.00 as did the dryers. We really needed to catch up on our laundry or we would have waited for better facilities. The staff was friendly and free donuts and coffee were available in the lobby. Hot breakfast was offer for $5 but the food was not replenished often and my husband gave up and left without eating. Sorry to say the Wi-Fi was not so good, but there was good Verizon service and our hotspot worked well. Cable was OK though some channels were a bit snowy. The sites were wide enough for larger rigs and we enjoyed the convenient location. Nice town and we'd stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have a smaller rig that fit quite nicely into this park. I loved the picnic tables and pool. Because of the good location we were able to easily sight-see in the day, and return for an evening of relaxing. Laundry was convenient. Helpful staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location. Walking distance to many restaurants and grocery store. WiFi worked well, cable was less than adequate. Listing showed 46 stations, we got two and they were "snowy". Ended up putting up the satellite dish. Directions shown in Trailer Life are hard to follow, best to call and ask how to find them. Sites are nicely spaced, have picnic tables, are level and long. Best Western Hotel facilities - pools, laundry, etc., open to RV'rs. Good base for visiting Zion, Bryce, and Cedar Breaks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
RV Park not very well signed and directions from Trailer Life not too clear. Efficient check-in at Best Western Motel. Site needed leveling but plenty of room and services OK. Internet OK until last day when it went off - man in the office did not know how to reconnect. Some facilities from the Motel available, i.e, indoor and outdoor pool and spa. Breakfast available at $5 charge. Overall good park in an excellent location for shops/restaurants (walking distance). Lovely area to visit and would use again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As others have said, right on motel grounds. Very safe and centrally located in the city. Use of large motel pool (actually 2 pools). No showers or bathrooms. Level, gravel sites with trees but very little shade. Definitely not a destination park but a very handy one night stay over. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. It is walking distance to grocery store, park, post office, and restaurants. The hotel amenities are available to the RV Park including the indoor & outdoor pools & hot tubs. The RV spaces are gravel and there is some shade. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pleased with this park. Right in town, full hookup, Verizon broadband good, shade at some sites, level with good power and water. Do not know if they actually allow RV washing, but I spent 3 hours washing mine and nobody said a word. You can have all the hotel amenities, but we chose not to. Will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park: ten spaces, but clean, neat, and reasonable price. Not a whole lot of room between spaces but enough. Water, sewer, electric all good. Didn't use the cable as we have satellite. No bathrooms or showers. Good level gravel parking with shaded picnic tables and a few landscape boulders. Right in the center of town but not too noisy. Kids in the motel are noisy though. There's two pools, one inside and one out. Hot tubs not very hot. Motel breakfast available. Nice city park right across the street. Directly adjacent to large US Post Office. Motel staff friendly and helpful. Area around CC is beautiful with Bryce and Zion 1.5 hrs away. North rim of Grand Canyon 3 hrs away. Some shopping/dining within easy walk. Wal-Mart and Home Depot about 3 miles. Speed limits strictly enforced in town. Hospital and a small airport. Three gripes. The hot tubs not hot; had to call the desk to get the dumpster emptied on a regular basis which they got on right away; and people not picking up after their dogs. I would come back here again. Much better than either the KOA or the private park near the KOA. Stayed here a month. Great motorcycle area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is right in town so everything is convenient: grocery, restaurants, etc. There is a very nice city park across the street where we took our dog in the evenings. Everything worked well except the cable TV. The sites were very neat and clean with room for the car. Can use the indoor and outdoor pools. Check in is at the Best Western Motel and the staff was very professional. If you do want the continental breakfast it is now $5.00 per person! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park and close to everything. All 10 sites are pull thru side by side, have 30/50 amps with no dips in power, water, sewer, table, plus close to level. Site had a place to park the tow. No bathhouse or showers here. Front road is good asphalt and sites are all gravel. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good. Staff was nice at check in. Road noise from street in front and side street. Verizon cell and air card work well. Sites were clean and neat. Cable TV was useless. The road near Post Office is now blocked with large rocks. As others have said everything is close by and you can walk to town in a short time. One odd item is the deep curbs in this city. You will drag bottom on the tow bar due to the deep V shape curbs. Hold city is this way. Ace Hardware in town is a place you need to go see. I wish all hardware stores were this nice to shop in. Trip up to see Cedar Breaks Nat. Park was nice as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our brief stay at this park. It was right in the old downtown area and therefore walking distance to groceries and restaurants. We ate at Sizzler both nights. It is a clean park. The outside pool was empty but I understood there was an indoor across the street at the other part of the Best Western, where a free breakfast was provided. We used our day here to go and visit Cedar Breaks National Park, and a small part of Zion, then we had to move on. We would stay here again for a short stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one great little park. Has good Wi-Fi and full hook ups. The down town area starts about 3 blocks from here and has a nice city park across the street. Has donut and coffee breakfast but you have to be there about 6:30 am or they run out and do not restock. The thirty dollars was tax included after a AAA discount. The check in gal was very nice and friendly. Would stay again if in the area. Nothing bad about this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked this RV park behind the Best Western. It had a great location - walking distance to a park, a grocery store and downtown. There was an outdoor pool, as well as an indoor pool. There is a laundry in the motel near the indoor pool, as well as a clean bathroom (no showers). This park probably had the best Wi-Fi we found on our trip. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is actually a Best Western Hotel with 10 RV spaces on the property. The spaces were level, clean and the trees didn't obstruct the satellite antenna. Verizon 3G Internet was 5 bars here. They have a free continental breakfast every morning from 6:30 to 9:30 AM. It's near the center of down town and everything is within walking distance. They have an indoor pool and an outdoor pool. You can use their restrooms but there are no showers. Of course you could go another mile south and get a Motel room for $36, with a bed, shower etc., but I thought this was a great place, central to everything in the small town. I'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to a park across the street and a grocery store, all walking distance. The camp spots are on gravel behind the Best Western Town and Country. They provide continental breakfast. The outdoor pool was closed but the other property across the street had an indoor pool and spa. Wi-Fi was hit and miss outdoors but worked in the lobby, no TV / Cable hookup outside. There are some tables not at all spots and no camp fires allowed. Spots are pull through with 50/30, sewer, and water. Convenience store with diesel fuel in the same parking area as the camping spots. Stayed there a few weeks, noise was not bad. Would recommend for stay over needing hookup, Utah Summer Games or Shakesphere festival as some people there were doing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very expensive small RV park. It is located at the rear of a motel. There were no restrooms, showers or laundry facilities available. The cable TV was satellite and the reception was very poor. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a convenient little gravel RV park between the motel, where you check in, and the Post Office. An easy walk to shopping, including groceries. Free breakfast at the motel and use of their nice hot tub and pool (across the street). Wi-Fi worked. No separate bath house so no showers. Staff friendly and helpful. Side-by-side sites, nicely done site dividers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped in 45 foot motorhome. Paved interior road and gravel sites. Some overhanging tree limbs on most sites. WiFi wouldn't work at sites, but did work in motel lobby of which the RV park is associated with. Check-in is in motel lobby. Easy access approximately 2 miles from I-15. Driveways at both ends of park have fair amount of dip, so be careful if you coach rides low. Also a bit of traffic from locals cutting through the park road. Lobby office staff very pleasant and helpful. Good park for overnighter and close to Cedar Breaks National Monument and Zion National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Full side-by-side hook-ups on gravel sites, very small park next to the motel and right on the towns main street. We couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work. Very noisy at night, didn't like this place, wouldn't stay there again but the price was reasonable and Cedar City has lots of services. We took a day trip to Cedar Breaks National Monument and Brian Head Ski Resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.