We stayed for 4 nights. As the previous reviews mentioned, the location is spectacular and the site was level, with concrete pad and shade. The only problem was that the sites are pretty close side by side and there is no curfew on checking in. So, when the occupant of the second site arrived at 12:15 AM (yes - that's 15 minutes after midnight) and took 15 minutes to back their trailer into the spot and another hour to settle in we were kept awake until about 2AM. If you are alone in the site or have more considerate neighbors, then it would be great. That's my only reason for the lower rating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were the only campers for the two nights we were there. It was like wilderness camping, but with hookups. The night sky was absolutely worth the price as was the scenery consisting of the red rocks of Angel Canyon in a 360 degree view. There are no amenities other than full hookups with 30/50 amp electric, water and sewer. There are lovely areas where the picnic tables are placed under juniper trees. We took the tour of the facilities and were impressed with what our donations have helped create. I had a great 3G signal on Verizon Wireless and was able to use my cell phone to connect to the Internet. I think that the people who stay here are dedicated donors to Best Friends as we are. It's not a place anyone just passing through would want to stay at. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Angel Canyon has two RV sites in a quiet location with spectacular unobstructed views of red rock canyons. The sites are spacious with 50 amp electricity, water, sewer, and each site has a picnic table on a stone patio. Both sites are back-in onto a level 35' concrete pad and there is no RV length limitation. There is approximately a 20' treed space between each site so privacy is not an issue. We received a good satellite signal and had strong Verizon data and phone coverage: AT&T coverage was not available. The picnic table for one site is on the opposite side of your unit's door, however it is in the shade. We had dinner with our neighbors one night and opted to use this picnic table due to the shade and fantastic view. It's possible that the Best Friends staff have read earlier reviews as both sites now have a picnic table and we didn't notice any issues with the dog waste land mines mentioned in the previous review. The website is clear that bathroom, shower and laundry facilities are not available so we did not deduct any points for no facilities. We joined the Good Friends Animal Society for $25, and therefore paid the reduced rate of $35 instead of $45. We really enjoyed volunteering at the center, taking the dogs on outings, and even had dogs stay overnight. Our neighbors did one better and adopted a beautiful puppy. We really enjoyed the location and loved that the income from the RV sites goes to the animal society. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The setting for the TWO RV pads cannot be beat, but someone unfamiliar with modern RV's was in charge of the layout. The amenities for each site are opposite of where you would expect. In order to use "your" picnic table, you must walk around your RV and go to what most would consider the back side. There are no restrooms or showers or any other amenities of any type. There is NO PHONE SERVICE that reaches this area of the canyon, so be prepared and think seriously about what you would do in an emergency. The closest structures with phones are the cabins across the street, but they are a good distance away and it would be extremely difficult to find your way here in the dark. Although all guests are required to leash their dogs, nobody enforces this rule and you may find yourself camped next to someone with free-roaming dogs. The only clean up done regularly is trash pick up (two trash cans). Nobody comes by to scoop dog waste, so you will find many landmines as you wander outdoors to enjoy the setting. It is very, very beautiful and quiet but the pads are within a few feet of one another, so even though there are only two, if the other one is occupied, you can easily look into your neighbor's RV. We have stayed here on several occasions, but will probably choose to stay in town for our next visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You read that right: ONLY 2 SITES and both are back in. No modem, WiFi, cable, restrooms or showers. WiFi and a computer kiosk are available at the visitor center and at the main office. The two sites are next to each other. Nearest people are over 1000 feet away at the guest cabins and they're not always occupied. If you are looking for quiet, wilderness camping with the luxury of good clean electrical, water and sewer, this is it. I believe the sites are new this year. Pads are level. Only downside was the layout. Site 2 had no picnic table and the table at site 1 was on the wrong side. Neither site had the room to move the table to the proper side of the pad to be useful to the trailer door. The layout seemed to work well for the slide in camper in site 1. Make it a worthwhile trip and volunteer at the Best Friends organization for a day or two. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older RV park, which is fine. However, it is also run-down, unkempt, and noisy. The office is very old and disorganized and that should have given us a clue. The manager (owner) rides around in a gas-powered ATV (most parks we've been at used electric carts.) So, every time he goes by you have that noise , and, he's not adverse to giving it some gas and spinning the wheels in the gravel. Did not find them friendly or happy to have our business. Swimming pool is full of green water - although it's not open yet, it should either be fully drained or full of clean water. I would try something else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Managers are very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was fast and many TV stations available with simple antenna. That being said, all areas are in need of a deep clean. Potential for a nice park is here, just not yet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful park, and it is run by two of the most helpful people I have ever met. We came for a short visit and after meeting managers and a few of the long term residents, we decided to stay on all winter and maybe longer, because of the long term rates. The managers went beyond the call of normal duty, and out of their way to be helpful in helping us get set up with all the amenities, both on site and off. They are always extremely friendly regardless of the time or weather. We have had no problems with the WiFi, water, sewer, or the electric. The showers work very good with no loss of hot water even on a long shower. The roads are gravel but very well maintained. The surrounding scenery is breath taking, beautiful. This is an older park and a little money reinvested in maintenance would insure the longevity of such a beautiful place. It is a quiet and safe park, with easy access to all local business and has my highest recommendation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New managers are friendly and have made some improvements. Site number markers are clearly designated. Both doors to women's restroom now in use. Previously one was nailed shut. No soap provided in restroom. Could use some paint, too. Pamphlet with park information has completely outdated and useless list of TV stations. Our site was not level at all. We didn't have enough blocks to get to even close to level. Front end was obviously downhill. Playground is rather sad and includes a broken swing. Some things would be very easy to fix and would create a more positive image. I like this park because if its not full, there is plenty of space between units. The driveways in and out need to be smoothed out. We stayed for four nights and will return. I would recommend not paying for more than two days at a time because your receipt will be stamped "No Refunds". I don't use Wi-Fi for security reasons, so don't know how good it was. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Largest sites in town. Office, laundry and restrooms/showers were very old and run down. New management in place so hopefully those things will get updated. Pool looked kind of gross but may have just been closed for the season. Very quiet at night. Did not use park Wi-Fi; but our Verizon and Millenicom service worked okay. We had a new electrical pedestal but still experienced brief power outages a couple of times. If sites at the animal sanctuary were available we would stay there. Otherwise we would stay here again over the other parks in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice and clean older park with level sites. New friendly management was very helpful. Shower works well in an older building. Not many permanents but easily identified by older units. Wi-Fi recently upgraded and works well. No dog run. No recycling. We would stay here again should we come back this way. The area is awesome. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The site was shaded, plenty long, and wide though 50 amp was not available and I had a difficult time getting level. Stayed 3 nights. The Wi-Fi did not work the first two days that I was there. They did have someone working on it on day 2 and it did work fine on Day 3 though I did think they should have at least taken 10% off when I extended for the 3rd day after the Wi-Fi troubles the 1st two days. They did not agree with that assessment. Other than that, the owners were very friendly and tried to be very helpful. My Verizon card worked pretty well and though there was not a dog walk in the park, there is neighboring open space to take them in. I did pick up some TV stations over the air. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All sites gravel and dirt. Some level sites, several with moderate slope. Older park, its a bit run down. Wi-fi ok. Friendly and helpful owners. Probably would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very run down poorly maintained park. There were no caps on the sewer lines just open pipes in the ground. The showers were very poorly maintained and not clean at all. We were able to hook up to 30 amp only at our site so I am not sure about the availability of 50 amp. The campground had what appeared to be several full time tenants that lived there. There is obviously no regulations or rules about how a site is to be maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kind of old and run down, when we were here I think the tents may have out numbered the RVs. Good WiFi, our site shared a pedestal with the rig next door. The 30A was available to me, not sure if they had 50A. Site not totally level, gravel. Ground cover in the park is rock and foxtails, not real pretty. Good for a one night stay. Funny thing is I made reservations a while back and when I got here they could care less. Not sure what would have happened if they'd been full. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A small, older park. Interior roads gravel, not well maintained. Be careful at entrance as the road rocks motorhome from side to side. Sites reasonably level. Lots of trees. Many permanent (and not very pretty) RVs. Very friendly and helpful check-in; rate reflects Good Sam. Super Wi-Fi (stable, good speed). Needed donut for sewer; pipe mounted low in ground so drainage is quick and easy. Strong, stable power (we were on 30 amp, pull-through site). Dark and quiet at night. Easy walk into business area of town. A great place for overnight and would be OK for a few days stay. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I pulled in here for just one night passing through. Arrived late in the afternoon and the staff was more than receptive, gave me a pull through site even though I am a very small 18.5 foot 5th wheel, but planned on not unhooking as I was leaving in the morning. Wi-Fi was very limited on signal strength, but the campground was clean and neat. The hookups were convenient and properly wired. I didn't use the bathrooms or shower so cannot comment. The pool was covered and still in winter mode. Nice playground for kids, so I am sure in the summer this could be a good stop. I had great Verizon 3G reception on my cellular hot spot. So no real need for the campground system. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy to find, quiet, great view and very friendly. However we couldn't reserve ahead due to full voice mail on owners, not managers, phone. We backed onto a gravel site without sewer hookup overlooking the local cemetery because the remaining pull-through sites were reserved for road crew employees. Stayed almost a week having local repair shop work on truck. Would have gotten 7th night free if had paid all at once. Oops. Would definitely stay again. Nice central location for many activities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I am convinced that some of these reviews are not even of the correct park. This campground does have amenities, showers, bathrooms, wireless internet, gas refill tank, and even a laundromat. They have a pool but it is closed now as it is too cold. One reviewer had mentioned that there is evidence of floods. I didn't see that anywhere and I walked around the park a few times. Contrary to one review they also do have 50amp hookups, I know because that is what I used. The park has grassy areas, big shade trees and overall looks like a nice park especially for how cheap they are. If they increased their prices I would still choose this park. I stayed here for a week and it was always quiet at night. I saw several people doing maintenance all around the park during my stay. Lawns are all mowed, there are no weeds even in the permanent resident area. There is no grass in the playground but it is kid safe. No other campground can beat the views that this park has hands down. They do have an old administration office but I don't think they even use that except for people to pick up their mail. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is one of my "regulars" in my wanderings around the West, but it's more because I really like the Kanab area, and not because the park itself is so great. For that matter, I believe the park looks shabbier than it did last time I was here. They experienced some bad flash-flooding this past year, which of course wasn't their fault, but six months later parts of the park still look like the flood happened last week. There are other frustrations, as well. The infrastructure and buildings are in terrible condition, and have deteriorated since my last visit. Cell phone coverage is iffy because the park sits on the edge of the cell signal shadow cast by the cliffs. Forty or fifty yards away, the coverage is fine. As for positives, the location is good and I think this is probably the quietest of the three parks in town. The Wi-Fi is usually strong and steady. The rates are reasonable: $25/night or $160/week. The raw material is here. There are lots of trees and the surrounding redrock cliffs are very dramatic. This could be a jewel of a park if the infrastructure were upgraded. As it is, if you're bothered by ratty-looking buildings, red sand/dust everywhere, and a permanent resident section that looks like a tenement slum, you won't like it here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were not pleased with this park. The review and their flier says they have 50amp service but they didn't when we stayed there and the 30amp shared pedestal we used couldn't run one of our AC units. If it hadn’t been 90 plus degrees out this may not of bothered us. We picked the longest pull through site but that ended up being a mistake because when we put down our levelers they raised our front wheels off the ground by four inches. We love this area and will be coming back but we won’t stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is really improving. The new manager has repaired the swimming pool and is now sodding the camping spaces. The views of the mountains are spectacular. We have been here for 3 months and the monthly rate is $300 and that includes all utilities. They do not have cable TV, but we get 20 stations over the air. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was my third time at this park and it's improved quite a bit in that time, to the point of being at least adequate. I stayed a month and the rate quoted reflects the monthly rate of $300. The park is in a nice location near the outskirts of town, with dramatic views of the surrounding redrock cliffs and plenty of trees. The overnight sites are all pull-through and reasonably level. Some have a picnic table and concrete slab. The bathrooms have a fresh coat of paint and are cleaned daily, although the building is still rather run-down. I would give the park good marks for quiet. The Wi-Fi performed quite well for me, much better than most. There is an outdoor pool, but I've never seen water in it in the three times I've stayed here. The town of Kanab is pleasant and scenic. Overall, this park is certainly not fancy, but the owners seem to be addressing its past shortcomings, and I would rate it as adequate now. I'll be back again next year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Yes this park is a little run down, but we see them making improvements to the park everyday. The wireless is really hit and miss: one second good next second crappy. The management is helpful and friendly, the sites are nice size and shaded. You can pick up about 10 good ( FOX, CBS ) channels from your digital TV and antenna, some seem to go in and out but it's better than nothing. The showers are cleaned just about everyday, I used them a couple of times but in the winter its cold with no heat in the bathroom, but water pressure was good and water temp was good. We had low cell signal ( AT&T ) but if you walk to the other end of the park you had great cell service, but that's not the park's fault. Laundry was good, 75 cents for wash and 75 cents for dryer, 4 working washers, only 3 dryers but they worked fine. I found for a family friendly park, is it rather quiet with an occasional dog bark, but still quiet and relaxing. The permanent campers/trailers set us off at first, but they seem to be friendly and the management has required them to clean-up their sites. The Other park up the street looked crowded and more run down and the park off the main hwy looked nice but it's right off a main hwy and from what I have seen, is more costly even with the Good Sams discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is rather shabby, but the current manager seems to be making an effort to tidy up. The restrooms are old and in need of refurbishing, but they appeared to be clean. The sites are grass/dirt/gravel. Not too many rigs here when we stayed, so it seemed very spacious. The pool had been drained for the season. Wi-Fi was "very weak" and very slow. This is a centrally-located park within walking distance of several restaurants, grocery stores, and other amenities. We have stayed here in the past and found the absent owners to be rather lax about upkeep. The property is for sale, so perhaps that's the reason for the sprucing up. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would rate this park as barely adequate. The electric breakers tripped a number of times, and the boxes themselves are falling apart. At another site, the sewer backed up, spilling raw sewage around. The bathrooms are just short of disgusting. I don't think they're cleaned but every few days, if that. The men's bathroom has only one toilet. The Wifi worked adequately. I stayed a month because I enjoy the area, but I probably won't stay here again. The town of Kanab is clean and pleasant, with several nice (if not great) restaurants. I had some work done on my truck and was happy with the service I got. There are two other parks in town and I'll probably try them next time I'm in Kanab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very run-down park. When we arrived there was a sign at the office to "call a #", which we did. The office person who answered was really put out that we would want to check in in the morning. He said people come in the afternoon. There are few sites for big rigs. Our site was uneven. There are untrimmed trees to maneuver through. The office and bathrooms were falling apart - literally. The buildings were old and unclean. We would not recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A tired park much in need of refurbishment. Some litter about. The showers, while clean were dark and so used as to appear dirty even though they were not. Very small and cramped as well. Wife decided to shower in the motorhome after I described the facilities. The site marker signs are so rotten that many have snapped off at ground level. There seems no maintenance on anything in quite some time. Still, the electric, water and WiFi all worked fine. There were no sewer hookups available when we pulled in but a dumpsite was all we absolutely needed. This park is adequate but, with only a little work could be so much better. We would stay here again. This is actually our second visit as we stayed here in 2004 as well. Twenty-three dollars with free WiFi seems pretty good compared to what most other parks are offering. Pretty view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived at dusk, but were welcomed by host and other Rv'ers warmly. Pool and play areas were rather unkempt, but the mountain views were excellent. This CG is centrally located for visiting the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been at the park since August of 2006 and it has gone down considerably and the park hosts are constantly gone or not available. The office has pet birds and are dirty and smelly. The pool is filthy and the grounds are not kept up. There have been several incidents of pipe bursts during the cold season and since the park hosts are not available, the residents were the ones fixing them. They also recently made a comment that they wanted fresh faces and that those of us who have been here a year or more will need to go. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
A little dusty but a nice place to spend a few days while seeing the local sites. Management seems to be trying to keep the place clean and they are friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park and kind of funky in a nice way. They have some interesting cacti and other landscaping and a cute "White Bee Hive". You'll have to come here to see what that means. The sites are wide enough once you get in, but we had trouble getting into ours as the turn was too tight. Someone at the park helped us get situated. The sites are gravel and dirt with concrete pads but because of our slide-out we couldn't use the concrete pads. They were pretty level anyway, but they could use some more gravel to cover up the dirt. When wet, it is red mud and tracks in on everything. There are quite a few shade trees on the property. The hookups were all good and the free Wi-Fi is one of the best we've had, plus did I mention it's free. The bathroom/shower facility is old but it was clean. They provide you with a key as opposed to a code so you have to remember to take the key and also leave it when you check out. I couldn't figure out how to get the heater on. The thermostat was set to 80 but I couldn't feel that there was any heat at all, so I didn't use the shower. The park is right in downtown Kanab so you're within walking distance to a number of fast food places and restaurants. There is a laundromat across the street with a large vehicle car wash. Our main reason for staying here was it is pretty much equal driving distances from several of the national parks we wanted to visit. It was a good place for our needs, but wouldn't be for everyone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is very small and located directly on US-89, a moderately-traveled truck route. Of the 16 sites, at least half are occupied by full-time residents. The 6 pull-through sites dedicated to transient RV’s are quite narrow and several may be difficult to enter due to large trees. Wi-Fi speed is excellent, but the park offers no laundry or cable service. The woman who greeted me was very helpful in pointing out a number of must-see sights in the area. I used the park as a base for exploration of the area during the off-season. If I return to Kanab, I’ll probably select another park offering a bit more room and located away from the center of the town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The people were nice and friendly. Plenty of shade. The restrooms are old and need some repair but were usable. Most services within walking distance. Fairly quiet. Good value for the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not many choices for this town. I made a real mistake staying here. Looks like a husband and wife team as owners. The wife was very nice. The park in her words is really a 50's park, that is an understatement. The few sites that could accommodate our rig were very small and difficult to navigate. The husband was actually very rude and not helpful. We cannot recommend this "RV park" even for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small campground in center of town with very nice people running it. Nice place next door to eat. The sites are small, but large enough to open our slides under the large trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed a week. The owner was friendly and helpful. We had good antenna reception and channel choices as well as good reception on our Sprint cell phones and Verizon Air Card. The water was good and the sewer and 50 amp service worked as they should. The grounds were well kept. We didn't use the restrooms. There is no laundry but one is next door. It's a great base camp for southern Utah attractions. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very convenient to the community of Kanab, Utah and a comfortable drive to the north rim of the Grand Canyon. Good place to stay for a home base to sight see. Park is older and not that large and sites are close together. Bit difficult to park larger RV's. A few pull throughs so reservations are recommended if you need a pull through. WiFi connection is great. What this park is lacking in accommodations is made up with extremely helpful friendly owners. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little family campground in "downtown" Kanab. Very convenient to restaurants, fast food, and the lovely little community park with hiking trail. Not fancy, but friendly and clean. Handy laundry just across the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are very small. No room to put out awning if you want to. Very muddy if raining. Key controlled bath facilities and rest room but the key would not work in the mens facility. Had to use womens with wife as lookout. We would not stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of the most pet friendly parks we visited in Utah/Arizona. Nice grass, bags are the supplied, and it was very clean. The RV park was convenient to Bryce and Zion. Sites were level, Wi-Fi was OK. Even though the park is located on US 89A, the slower vehicle speed and fresh road pavement made the road noise tolerable. The town of Kanab was very nice with great shops and restaurants. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean, small park with friendly hosts. Well kept and in a good location. Only has a few pull throughs but a really nice, little place to stay. We would come back again for sure. Park has an excellent and well maintained dog run and outdoor sitting area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An OK park but not memorable. Front desk employees were a bit disorganized, and the registration took some time to sort out, but eventually got resolved. Wi-Fi was terrible. Otherwise it was an acceptable basic park. Not a place to spend a lot of time enjoying but quite acceptable for a base camp for exploring the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy access, big rig ok. Some pull through sites. Gravel. Very neat and clean. Owners very nice and helpful. Laundry. No cable. TV antenna worked. Verizon 2 plus. Services all work well. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a small park near the edge of the city, but within easy walking distance to a couple of local restaurants, a convenience store and a few other attractions. It also is a short drive to the local movie museum (they used to make mostly westerns in the area) and some stunning hiking trails. You can get to Lake Powell in about an hour. The park is very clean, the sites are level and the staff, who live at the park, were very friendly. It is right along Highway 89, so during the summer the traffic noise might be a bother, but we were there early enough in the season that it wasn't an issue. We like the area and may plan to return. If we do, we'll stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 4 nights to visit the nearby National Parks. The Grand Canyon North Rim and St George, UT are all within an easy day drive (a couple of hours in one direction). The park is centrally located in town along one of the major streets (HWY 89 ALT). The park is built on flat ground so the sites are pretty level. The interior road is gravel. Almost all of the sites are back in along the outside of the park. There are a few pull throughs that face the street. Not all of the sites offer a view of the southern sky due to trees. Our site had good satellite reception. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer. The sites had an outside table. The sites are gravel. There was some space between the sites. The park’s Wi-Fi was good. There was fenced pet area with bag dispensers to pick up waste in the pet area. There were sufficient gravel roads in the park and the adjacent city streets to walk the dogs. There were common areas with covered patio furniture to enjoy the good weather. Didn’t seem to be a lot of long term/extended stay folks. We didn’t use the restrooms/showers. The pool was closed for the winter. It was nice little park. It was convenient to services. The staff was multilingual. We would stay here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here three nights and it worked fine. We had a back-in site which was plenty wide and long, gravel, and level with a tree for shade. Wi-Fi was free and worked. The pool looked nice but we didn't use it. Reasonably quiet: could hear the highway a little in the early morning. It was pretty quiet at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is clean and the management is friendly and competent. There are some basic issues: sites are very narrow and trees extend onto the sides which make it difficult if you have slides. The back-ins at the rear of the park are slanted the wrong way from the access road which makes it quite a chore to back onto your site, this is especially true when rigs are parked right at the edge of access road. Its location as the main access to the north rim of Grand Canyon justifies the difficulties. All in all a pretty good short stay park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another camper recommended this CG and we chose to access North Rim Grand Canyon from here. The only drawback in the heavy truck traffic which uses SR-89A all hours. CG amenities are clean and neat. The CG is crushed rock and stone. Sites are mostly level and large enough to park the tow vehicle or toad easily. There are pull-thrus and back-ins all with plenty of room. Grocery market is 3 blocks away and has a fuel discount when the grocery receipt is presented at the pump. There are trees for shade, Wi-Fi is marginal at best and cell phones were okay. On the air TV brought in about 21 channels. We would return here if in the area and easily recommend this CG to others passing through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little park situated alongside beautiful red sandstone buttes. Pretty pool and gardens with lots of lovely trees and shrubs. Can walk into town where there are a few restaurants and cafes and a bar of sorts (Calvin T's). Spotless restrooms and laundry and the best Wi-Fi I've had in 18 months of travelling - able to download pictures for my blog in an instant. Nice little stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved this park. I had a back in that was deep and reasonably wide. The sites are level and gravel with trees, but satellite is accessible. The pool area is very cool. The staff was amazingly friendly and helpful. The park is at the east end of town and the views of the cliffs are amazing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Noise - 4; sites - 9; staff - 8; convenience - 10; shade - 10; size of site - 10 even with a back in. Access to Zion, Bryce, North Rim, Glen Canyon and best of all: Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. And the roads, while gravel, are solid enough to handle the motorcycle. Will probably stay two weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In town, fronts on highway 89 A so some truck noise where we were parked. The back in sites on the east side would be my choice next time. Some of the pull through sites are not parallel with each other. That can make it difficult to not block in another rig. Vehicle parking can be difficult as well. The last night we were there the Class A that parked next to use didn't unhook their tow so most of that vehicle was directly behind our trailer, at an angle. This appears to be the best campground in Kanab, where we would stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Enjoyable our site in Kanab. We stayed here for the July 4th festivities, which were not as good as last year due to the firemen assisting with local fires, but still very good fireworks set with a red cliff background. It was fabulous! Campground was neat and tidy. The area is some of the prettiest in the US. Take a drive through the Best Friends sanctuary. Fantastic views! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent park in the heart of Kanab with easy access. Friendly and helpful people on staff. Parked under a tree but had satellite signal. Wi-Fi was OK but was weak around 5 PM - probably everyone was on at same time. Convenient to many places. We will stay here again next time in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay. We were disappointed that the pool was not open. Wi-fi did not work unless close to the office, but there was a shaded patio available for use. There was a small dog park. Very clean place with a nice friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Best choice in Kanab. Mainly back in sites some of which are narrow and could be a challenge to get into depending on how well you back in. Clean facilities though they do lock the restrooms up at night. So/so wifi. Would stay here again if in the Kanab area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small RV park in the heart of Kanab. Interior roads are gravel as are the pads. Somewhat close together sites but not as bad as some we have seen. Only a few sites that provide line of sight for a satellite dish on roof and we got one. We would stay here again for the park but there was a lack of good places to eat in Kanab so we may bypass the town the next time through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice CG on the road to the North Rim. In town location. Some Hwy noise. Nicely groomed. Sites are crushed rock and level. Some sites are somewhat tight. Very friendly owners. Good fast Wi-Fi connection. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very clean, in town park with friendly staff. It is within driving distance to Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon North Rim for day trips. Would be nice to have cable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have passed through Kanab several times, but never noticed this park. It is situated a short distance down US89A, the road to Fredonia. Really only complaint we had was that the front of our RV was facing the late afternoon and evening sun, so no shade. They do however have a patio area, nicely landscaped with desert plants, where we sat for a while before and after dinner. It is a clean park, nice hosts, Wi-Fi worked well and we were able to get on our way bright and early the next morning. Would stay again, when passing through Kanab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a small park right in Kanab. All gravel, but reasonably level sights,good Wi-Fi, very clean bath and laundry facilities and very nice people. All for $32 per. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well kept park with friendly staff. I would have rated it higher if they had cable TV. Our space number 17 was suitable for satellite reception however and the regular antenna also worked well. The spaces there are pretty narrow. Many spaces that were pull throughs are now back-ins. We only stayed one night but would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, helpful staff, nicely landscaped grounds, with a nice patio and a fenced, grassy dog area make this a good RV park. Some sites are tight. We had a back-in because no pull-throughs were available. With lots of help, we got our big 5th wheel in site 14 which turned out to be one of the best sites in the park. Restrooms and laundry were very clean but only 2 washers and 1 dryer are available. Kanab is an interesting small town and is great for visiting Zion, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, north rim of the Grand Canyon and Coral Pink Sands State Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our first time in Kanab. We would stay here again. We drove by other campgrounds in town: this looked liked the best one in the area. The sites were not large, however it looked much easier to maneuver in than other campgrounds in town. They have a grassy fenced in area for dogs. The whole campground is very well kept, bathrooms very clean and HOT showers every day. (We were here for 8 days.) The ladies shower even had adequate shelves so I didn't find myself trying to juggle shampoo, cream rinse, etc. while showering. The managers were nice and we were charged exactly what was quoted. We would recommend this campground to everyone! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, especially compared with the others in town we looked at. Sites a bit close together, but workable. No cable, but excellent over-the-air TV reception using our crank-up antenna, got major networks and other stations from Salt Lake City. Wi-fi worked fine. The only problem is that park's web site says rate is $30 but when registering by phone they disavowed this and insisted on $33. They seemed to not grasp (or care) that advertising a lower price ON THEIR OWN WEB SITE is a poor business practice. So they get a 5 rating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly staff (the British couple). The spots are narrow. The nights we stayed there the park was less than 40% full yet they put everyone next to each other. They had plenty of spots to spread folks out, but wouldn't do it. The hook-ups are right next to your eating area. When people are backing in and hooking up they are right in your doorway. Gravel sights and ours was level. They had major flooding this winter and the damage has been repaired, but they lost a lot of the pull-throughs. Our back-in was OK. There is street noise, but it is quiet at night. Wi-Fi works great. Good cell service and we got over 20 channels over the air. Probably won't stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you want clean and friendly - go straight to Kanab RV Corral - no need to check other Kanab parks. Owner/managers are the most wonderful people with great dedication to cleanliness and customer relations/service. The park is simply impeccable. Level, clean bathrooms, amazing laundry, great pet run, and help with parking big rigs. We stayed 5 days and wanted to stay for weeks - but had to come home to work! Thanks so much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is with AAA discount plus tax. Good overnight stop on the way somewhere else. We made reservations several months in advance. Upon arrival we noticed that the owner had scratched out one site for us and put us in a less desirable one. No big deal unless we were staying longer. All sites are a little tight and very close to each other. Laundromat closes at 7 PM. Checkout time is strictly enforced. We might stay again but would look for something a little nicer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and neat park. No permanents or junk. Owners live on site, very helpful with tips on how to best see Grand Canyon and Zion. Utilities and Wi-Fi at site work fine. Some noise from highway, but traffic is light at night, not a problem. All gravel, very level, no dirt or mud spots. Big rig friendly. Even has shade! We enjoyed it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of shade here, would have rated a 10 if there was cable TV. The town, like most small towns is suffering from the economy, but is close to Zion, North Rim, Cedar Breaks, and Bryce National Parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If your rig is a 40 feet, you are towing and don't want to have to un-hook, DO NOT accept Site No. 1. We called ahead and made a reservation, explaining our needs, so it wasn't like there were no other sites available. In order to pull through, it was a choice of tree limbs on the left, or running over the corner of the landscape timber on the right. No brainer there. We weren't able to pull up enough to clear the side drive because then we wouldn't have been able to hook up anything. We had to use 25 feet of water hose and the power cable just barely is long enough. Forget the sewer hook-up. To pull through and out the drive, we have to dodge the huge tree in front of us. The voltage is 104 to 106, very low. We are right on US 89-A, and it is extremely noisy. Now for the positive: The lady who checked us in was very nice, our site is fairly shaded, the WiFi is strong and fast, the antenna TV reception is decent (trees block satellite), and the park is well kept. Because we don't use amenities like pool and restrooms, and prefer big rig friendly parks, we probably will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We heard that Kanab had experienced some flooding. To our surprise Kanab RV Corral was in excellent condition and fully operational. The owners were working very hard to finalized the last details. Restrooms/Showers, laundry and pool were sparkling clean. This Park is convenient to three of the National Parks. We highly recommend it to anyone coming to the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were passing through Kanab and have stayed here before. Unfortunately the previous reviewer could not stay in park due to a very unusual flood situation, according to the park owners. Luckily for us they were back in business and up to being one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. Still a great place to stay and best park in town by far. We camped here in a Motorhome.
FYI only! Rating and price are because I had to enter an entry. We tried to stop here first week August on way through area. Terrible flood occurred in Kanab that week and this campground got seriously flooded, with substantial damage. We could not stay, as owner had no available, non damaged spaces. A sad situation as it appears he has spent considerable time, money and effort getting this nice little park in good shape. Check with this park by phone before you go. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the best RV park available in Kanab as far as we can see. It is adequate. Very close gravel sites. Everything is clean. I am surprised no one else has commented on the hook ups. The sewer and fresh water are too close together, and your neighbor's sewer hook up is right in your small picnic area. Also, the dumpster and doggy waste container need to be emptied more often. The last two stays for us have been across the street from the local housing project apartments. I would rather be by the highway. It is laid back, quiet (mostly) and friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Would agree with the comments made and second them. Hosts are very nice and really keep the place up. If you like photography you should see the prints and post cards of their work in the office. This was our third time here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a cute little park, right in town, handy to everything. Despite being right on the 89A, road noise at night was minimal, and even daytime it was only the odd truck or Harley that we noticed. Gravel sites are fairly level. Most sites have some shade protection, and the landscaping is simple, but neat and attractive. Washrooms and showers are modern and kept clean. Pool was also well maintained. Our site was small, but well shaded, and very pretty. The only downside was the view of the resident trailer next door (a park employee). The small patio area would have been OK, but for the close up view of their under trailer junk storage, and the septic hose winterized with all manner of aged salvaged material, complete with catch bucket for leakage. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, well maintained park with basic hookups, laundry, rest rooms, showers, and a pool. Sites are rather narrow although long enough for our 31 foot motorhome with toad attached. Sites are gravel and level. There are trees throughout the park. The sewer connection for our site was actually in the sitting area of the motorhome next to us, and I felt awkward about connecting a sewer hose right next to our neighbor's picnic table. There really needs to be more space between rigs to make this rate higher than a 7. Also there is no cable TV; however, there are 20 over the air channels that came in just fine with our antenna. They advertise free Wi-fi, but we did not use it so cannot comment on that. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a pleasant surprise. Has nice shaded, pull through spaces. Nice landscaping and perfect pool. Showers and restrooms were spotless. Staff very friendly and efficient. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is probably the best of a questionable lot in the area. The park is old and the sites are narrow. However, it is fine for one night and we'd stay there again. Our site was easy-in, easy out. The park had good Wi-Fi, and we had cell service and satellite reception. Our site was not particularly level, but a little fumbling got us there. It is walking distance to a supermarket and other stores so you don't have to unhook to shop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice but simple park. It is clean, with nice people in the office. We were here just one night, but everything worked as it was supposed to. The sites are a bit close together but tolerable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, quiet, very well kept and clean park on the outskirts of town, close to amenities. Perfect place to stay to do day trips to North rim of Grand Canyon and other N.P. The owners were extremely nice and helpful. Wi-Fi worked great. I have to agree with previous comment that it was just a tad pricey, however, we would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fairly quiet park; has fast, free Wi-Fi. It seemed quite clean and nice, but perhaps a bit pricey for the area. The sites were reasonably long, but some of them were quite narrow. Be sure to ask for a wider site if you have slide-outs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice, small, quiet campground. Perfect for day trips to the nearby national parks. The owners are very nice and helpful. Satellite acquisition could be dicey, but not impossible due to trees. Water connection is in a valve box for freeze protection. Sewer connection is in a box also which makes it difficult or impossible to secure sewer hose with weights alone; could be a messy proposition if done wrong. Within walking distance to some restaurants and the local food market. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is located between two public roads but is still quiet. Most of the sites were closed down and the park will shut down completely 11-7. Very clean and neat. Only 2 washers/dryers but very clean. Sites fairly close together but very long, nice pull thrus. A little pricey even with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the best we've seen. Extremely clean and long sites. Level and quiet too. Kanab is a good location to visit the north Rim of the Grand Canyon and Zion NP. We visited Best Friends animal Sanctuary too and it was great. We hope to visit this area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very narrow spaces and extremely difficult to get a satellite signal. Nice managers who work very hard at keeping the place very clean. Great for 1-3 nights while seeing the sights. Noise from street dies down at night except for occasional big truck at 3 in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a couple of nights. Sites were a bit too close to each other. Backs onto a busy road. No fences around the CG which for security reasons would have been better. Spotless bathrooms and laundry. The owner was obviously frazzled and could not wait for the season to come to an end. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice in town park convenient to stores and walking distance to many restaurants and a food market. The park has a lot of trees that grow up, not out, so you do not have to worry about hitting any limbs. The WiFi was good and fast; the space was perfectly level and a picnic table was provided. Cable TV is not available but you can get a good selection of digital TV stations from your antenna with a digital tuner or conversion box. The restroom was clean with more showers than toilet stalls. Only one toilet stall in the men's room. The only thing I did not like is that you are crammed together, very little distance between your neighbor's RV. Some of the sites were along a busy road, but that was not a problem as the traffic was minimal in the evening. We stayed here twice, once going up to Zion and Bryce and again when we returned. Reasonably priced for the accommodations provided. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There isn't much in this area, so we decided to stay here despite the so-so reviews. We requested a pull-through and we were put in this weird spot beside the laundry/bathroom building. It was adequate for an overnight, so we didn't complain. There is quite a bit of noise from the street beside the park, but it wasn't that busy, so it was tolerable. This place has a pool, but no playground and no bike-riding allowed for kids. The grounds are nice and clean. It has a small laundry room (only 2 washer/dryers), but I still managed to get my laundry done quickly. Wi-Fi was strong and fast. I found all the staff to be very friendly and nice. The biggest plus for this place is it's right beside the local Pizza Hut (2 minute walk), so we ate there. I probably wouldn't stay here again unless very desperate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was not our first visit to this park. And that is how come we returned. Lady in office was fantastic and very nice. We had a very good visit. She was very helpful. Sites are nice, wide, long, and well cared for. The park is well cared for. We had no problems at all in the park. Would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The lady that checked us in wasn't very nice. The RV park is very clean and great for pets as they have a seperate area for dogs. Apparently, they don't allow tents as a guy a few rigs down was told to take his small tent down. The poor guy sleeps in a tent because he snores too loud and keeps his family awake. They made a bid deal out of it. 50 AMP service on some of the sites was nice. Can be hard to hit Direct TV because of the trees. Would stay again for sure. Close to lots of great things to do in the area. Oh, we checked out the other park in town and this one is better for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Immaculate small park, but very noisy as park is on US 89A with truck traffic all might. Owners are not consumer friendly. If you ask to re-locate because of noise they will ask you to leave if you do not like the location you are assigned. Not satellite friendly, Too many trees that are not trimmed. Park is very clean and sites are graveled and level. Would look for another park if back in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My only two complaints about this park is that the restrooms are locked from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am and that if you are not careful about the site you get you will not get satellite tv because of the trees. On the plus side there are a number of digital channels, it is easy to maneuver your rig and it is close to everything in southern Utah. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and well-kept RV park. Spaces are a bit tight for a motorhome with four slides. We found one 30 Amp site that would work for us. Best to call ahead to ensure you obtain the site you require that will handle your slides. This is a nice quiet park. It is a good location to travel from for various sights in and around the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well run park. Most sites are next to trees. Park was full in June...glad we made reservations. Sites are a little narrow but we have 4 slides and it worked for us. Very well kept. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good: Clean showers and restrooms, perfect. WiFi works. Bad: Absolutely not family friendly. We were asked that our kids not run around - for me unbelieveable. Pool is closed. Manager is effective, but not friendly. Site is directly at the highway 89A and slots are very close to each other. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this to be a very nice, clean park: by far the best in town. It is very convenient to Zion and to drive to North Rim of Grand Canyon. The laundry was super nice, with a desk, telephone, and magazines to read. We got the last site available for the week end: a back-in right on the road. A large tree branch hung down over it. When I told the manager he needed to cut that branch off, he asked me how tall we were. When I said 12 ft 1 inch, he said the site could accommodate 12 ft 3 inches. Does that give a clue as to how low the branch was? We backed in and out very carefully with me outside with a walkie-talkie. Would stay here again, first making sure I reserved a pull-through site in advance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here five nights while visiting Zion National Park and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. This is a good base for local attractions. The owners and staff are friendly and efficient. The sites are wide enough for our big rig with easy in and out. The park, laundry room and showers are sparkling clean. For a special dinner out, go to the Rockin' V Cafe. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one sweet little park. Immaculate. Everything you could want including a grass sodded doggy pen. Nicely shaded throughout. We called early and had no trouble getting a pull-through spot long enough for our 40-footer. Good value for money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I must agree with a previous review. This little park is immaculate. It might just be the cleanest park I've ever visited. Roads are gravel. Sites are gravel and level, albeit a bit narrow. Good shade trees throughout. Electric is strong and stable, water pressure excellent, sewer hookups clean and accessable and the WIFI signal is gangbusters. There is no cable, but all national networks are available via antenna especially with a digital receiver. We stayed three days while volunteering at the nearby Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spaces are arragned on odd angles that can result in parked vehicles intruding on space of others.The park is well maintained and is very often full. The owner rather inflexible, so we will find alternative choices in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some trees need trimming. Site widths were just adequate. Had Verizon cell and internet signals. Site #18 is TV satellite friendly. Zion Canyon National Park is 30 miles; Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim) is 79 miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I can't say anything really bad about this campground. Staff very accommodating, friendly and knowledgeable about the town and area. Restrooms, showers, etc. were immaculate. If anything, the sites were a little bit narrow. An observation rather than a complaint. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here four nights and used as a base for touring. Nice level gravel park, sites too narrow to use awning. Staff friendly and helpful, restrooms great. There is a very nice picnic area in the park. Would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice full hookup campground. The showers were very clean. The pool was nice but very cool since it is not heated. The pull through sites are close together but very long so it makes it easy to get in and out. The staff were friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park, and is exactly as other reviewers have described: clean, quiet, and well maintained. The staff, however, put us in a back-in space that was too small (we had requested a pull-through), and then refused to make any effort to change spaces for our reserved week. We were allowed to stay one night in a pull-through, then we chose to make other reservations. Our original plans were to use this park as a base for both Bryce and Zion National Parks. However, the drive from the RV park to Bryce Canyon National Park is a LONG 80 miles (one way) on a two-lane winding road. And the drive to Zion National Park is a little over 70 miles. Thus, both national parks are almost 2 hours each from this RV park. As it turned out, we split the remaining week between a nice KOA park in Cannonville, which is 12 miles from Bryce, and Zion River Resort in Virgin, UT, which is less than 20 miles from Zion National Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed three nights. Very nice park, very clean, with large level sites. No cable but good TV reception. Owners very friendly and helpful. If in area will return here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great base camp for Bryce, Zion, North rim of Grand Canyon and Best Friends animal sanctuary. Spent 5 days in this park. Even though it is close to the road, noise was not an issue at night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice small campground with nice landscaping located 80 miles North of the Grand Canyon. Very well maintained with enjoyable shaded sitting areas. Staff (Dutch) is very friendly. Some sites are a little narrow. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our three night stay at this campground. It was very clean and well maintained. Our site was nice and shady so we could sit out and enjoy the evenings. Owner was very nice. We would recommend this park to others while seeing Zion and Bryce Canyon as it was convenient to both. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate includes taxes. The park is well managed and maintained. While it is not a "Resort" it is a solid value, this is our second stay and we recommend this park to friends and will continue staying at this the park. While in the area, be sure to check out the various Hollywood Western movies filmed in the Kanab area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and neat, gravel sites. Pull-thrus are decent size, but other sites are extremely tight. We could pass the Grey Poupon to our neighbor. Forget awnings, or any outdoor furniture. There is a small picnic table. Power is fairly stable; but voltage can fluctuate from 117 to 122. Water pressure is very good. Very friendly staff. Pool not open as of this date, nor are any of the amenities, except the pet run and laundry. This is the only decent RV park in Kanab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was small and quiet. Wifi worked most of the time unless a large rig pulled between you and the antenna. Lots of good places to eat and a perfect spot to park to go see the Pink Coral Sand Dunes State park. We would stay there again. Price seemed to be a little steep for this time of the year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Some overhanging tree branches. Satellite TV did come through. Gravel interior roads and sites. WiFi was spotty. Office staff was friendly. Rest rooms, laundry, and showers were spotless. Easy access 1/4 mile south of downtown on 89A. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park - extremely clean. Wide level gravel sites. Gravel patios with picnic table. Fast wi-fi. Friendly management. Fenced grassy dog run. Rec area with comfortable & covered seating to meet friends or just unwind. We stayed for 3-nights and would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for four nights while sightseeing the area. It is very clean but all gravel. We had a back in with plenty of shade. Was not sure why we were assigned a back in because there use pull thrus that were available the time we were there. The staff was friendly and helpful. We didn't use the bathroom but there was a $20 deposit for the key. The swimming pool was clean and refreshing. Used the laundry room which was clean. We walked to a couple of restaurants. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean park, the best in Kanab. Extremely clean. Read other good reviews, the are all correct. Our site was a very long, nice pull-through. Lots of room! Fastest WiFi we have seen all year. Nice pool! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice little park that is very convenient to Kanab and a lot of area attractions. Park is meticulous, and exceptionally well managed all facilities i.e. laundry are kept in excellent order. Sites are a bit small, however nicely seperated by landscaping,and include a nice picnic table and sufficient parking space. We would definitely stay here again, we stayed here in a fifth wheel for a week while touring the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a nice park. We started with 2 nights and ended up doing 4. The restroom/showers were closed for the season as were the pool and some of the sites. The laundry was nice and reasonably priced. They have a fenced dog run that most folks didn't appear to use. They preferred to use the lawn of the apartments behind the park. Sites are gravel and most have a nice sized tree. The park is sandwiched between two streets. So you get some road noise. But it wasn't objectionable at all at our site. We used it as a base to visit Zion Nat. Park, Pipe Springs Nat. Monument, Pink Coral Sands State Park and Staircase Escalante Nat. Monument. Folks in town seemed nice. The owners were nice as well. Would use it again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only reason this place does not get a 10 is because of the crazy hours the bathroom is locked down. Don't stay here if you need to use the bathroom facilities during the night because they are closed between 11pm and 6 am each night for security and from 11am to 1 pm for cleaning every day. Other than that, they run a very tight ship. We stayed for about two weeks in site #34, which is located across from the bathrooms and we had consistent and strong Wi-Fi access from that site. It is on Hwy 89, but I have to say, from 11pm to 6 am, there is no traffic on the road: it's very strange. So, even tho you are roadside in many of the sites, it's not loud at night. Also, the landscaping is such that you hardly see anything beyond the park. Pet friendly, extremely clean, and convenient to everything in Kanab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little CG. Mostly pull-thru's with adequate width to extend awning and not impinge on you neighbor. Convenient to Zion National park. NO on cable is true but we got over 10 over-the-air channels including all the major networks. WIFI worked quite well at our site, slowed a bit during peak hours but still adequate. Nice little pool, good service, staff helped plan our trip to Zion. Good water pressure, stable power. All-in-all a nice place to spend a few days while exploring. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is very nice little park for staying while visiting the National Parks in the area, Zion and Bryce. Many pull-thrus. Wi-Fi spotty in certain areas but available. Staff very friendly and helpful about what to see and how to get there etc. Stayed here two nites in our 5th wheel. Will stop by here again on our way home back to Arizona. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an awesome little park. A great place to visit Bryce and the North Rim from and the other campgrounds in the are really weren't very inviting looking. Very helpful and pleasant management. We stayed a week and would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park with nearby access to Bryce Canyon, Zion, Pipe Springs, and Grand Canyon North Rim. Gravel pull-through sites with nice shade trees. The bath house had big and clean showers. The pool was closed when we were there. Wi-fi is fast and free, just get the password from the front desk. There's a little road noise from Hwy 89, but didn't bother us. It's an easy walk to the market, shops and restaurants in town. Check out Grandma Tina's restaurant just two blocks away. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice, quiet, and very clean park. Sites are close together but most have shade trees that offer more privacy. Clean laundry facilities and very nice dog area. Nicest park in the area and close to many tourist sights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kanab RV Corral is a very well managed and maintained park. While we didn't use the restrooms or showers, we talked with guests who stated they were the cleanest they had experienced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, quiet campground within walking distance to the little town of Kanab. For an isolated little town, we kept ourselves very busy. Within a day's drive are Zion, Bryce Canyon, Best Friends (huge) animal sanctuary, and awesome mountain biking. Laundry is cheap. Wi-Fi is free. The whole park is immaculate! And did I mention quiet? I'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was okay for a one-night stay. The person next to us had double slide-outs and spent considerable time trying to line them up so they didn't hit the lamp post or a tree. As a result, his tow vehicle stuck out several feet into the roadway. If the park had been full, this would have made it difficult or impossible for us to pull out of our space. Overall, the sense is one of being crowded together. Not much space between sites. It was relatively quiet, as the highway in front of the park is not highly travelled. Before staying here again, we might try the nearby Hitchin' Post park. Looked like there was more space there. The town has many restaurants and is near Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good small park. Tight spaces. Pool closed. WiFi requires a password. Wim & Thea run a nice park. They are from Denmark. To get into space 13 I had to enter from the street - which was OK. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park. Sites very easy to access and although no grass and close to neighbor, the full growth of trees between sites gives plenty of privacy and shade. Due to traveling with pet, we prefer the no grassy areas to reduce tracked in grass clippings on our pet's feet and ours too. All areas of this campground were very clean and well kept. Great area for sitting and visiting with other travelers and great pet walk area. Managers are very friendly and helpful. Showers and restrooms could not have been any cleaner. Highly recommend this site! We stayed 4 nights and will definitely be back for a longer stay. The City of Kanab has several neat souvenier shops and other activities. Please give this park your business, they deserve it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground. Grounds and bathrooms were immaculate. Free Wi-Fi. Convenient for day trips to Zion, Bryce, North Rim. Also, Animal Friends Rescue Ranch is in Kanab. Volunteered there for a day. Kanab is a great little town. Very friendly people. I could retire here! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice place in a very nice little town. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The place was immaculately clean and maintained. It is one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly, helpful staff. Clean pool, restrooms and showers. Walking distance to Pizza Hut.
A good location to visit Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon North Rim. Town was location for many old western movies. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Though small, this park is very clean, especially the rest rooms & showers. Shade provided by fruit trees at most sites. Easy access to Zion (30 miles), Bryce Canyon (80 miles), North rim of Grand Canyon (79 miles), and Coral Pink Sand Dunes (22 miles), as well as other interesting areas. Downtown is within walking distance. Also relatively quiet (no generators allowed). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a "find". Not your average RV park. This is primarily a Guest Ranch that caters to groups coming in for 1-2 days, providing a western experience for mostly international young adults. It has 15 or so horses, one of which mows the lawn without a tether. They provide trail rides, western steak bbq, etc. The staff is extremely friendly and comfortable being out of the mainstream. Despite being only 200 yards off of the paved highway, you can forget about much of the world here and enjoy the peace and quiet. The full hookup sites are limited to 3-4 sites but they have abundant other sites for dry camping, or possibly water only. This site is close to the road going to Buckskin Gulch/The Wire BLM trailhead (slot canyon), and roughly half way between Kanab and Page. Call for info and reservation ... they don't take them over the internet. WiFi ok, but you need to come and sit on the porch of the office to have access . that of course is a pleasant process itself. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.