Small rustic RV Park on a slope with views of the lake. The people are great. Small lodge with a restaurant. Fishing is the main draw to this RV park, which has a small marina where you can rent a boat if you don't have one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is adequate, but we had problems with the electrical service. We were told that our site would have 50 amp service, but found that it had only 30 amp. In addition, our site and the one next to it were on the same circuit so the circuit breaker would pop several times each evening when both sites were cooking . We were there in November when most of the other area parks were closed for the season. We would not stay in this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice level pull-through FHU gravel sites with picnic table. Nice bath house and laundromat. Owners are friendly and helpful. Panguitch is a nice little town that is convenient to lots of area attractions. We stayed here for a week and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Please note - rate is based on monthly rate of $400.00. We have stayed in this park for 6 years and the last 2 years with new owners, who have been wonderful! Very clean bathrooms and showers. Gravel has been added to low spots. ATV friendly/ ride out of park. On site laundromat is clean and pleasant to use. Walk to downtown, post office and grocery store. New Family Dollar nearby. Host gave a great 1st Day of Autumn Potluck. Great food and enjoyed by all. Host has added a small gift shop with handcrafted items. Be sure to check it out. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Attitude makes up for a lot, and the staff at the desk whom we saw frequently after checking in were cordial, informative, and pleasant to chat with. Even offered us cold beverages after we pulled in during the heat of the afternoon. The store offers a little bit of this and that in the way of RV supplies as well as the obligatory tourist t-shirts, hats, etc. Just a couple of small but clean restroom/shower combos immediately adjacent to what appeared to be a couple/few living quarters with folks coming and going at all hours. Can't miss the wooden water tank out front and it makes a quaint picture. Good for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The access turn is a little tight for big rigs, so we unhooked our tow. Utilities worked well and sites are level. This is a place to park your rig and visit Bryce Canyon. It is not a destination campground. Our view in the front was some on site apartments and from the rear an unkempt home. Wi-Fi was awful. It would be nice if they could put a dog run on site as there is really not good place to walk the dog. We had to take ours to the neighboring hotel to find a little patch of grass. We had no problem with highway noise. Located right in town with short drive to restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very helpful staff. We were there during a windy period which made our site very dusty given the gravel surface of this park. Would use the facility again however if passing near. Wi-Fi was excellent which is important to us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay to visit Bryce Canyon. The owners are so friendly and knowledgeable about the area. This is a very small campground right outside the small downtown and approximately 20 miles from Bryce Canyon. The sites are gravel, pull through but easy to level. The restrooms/showers are so clean, and they have a large laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We initially booked to stay at the Hitch-N-Post for a week but enjoyed the location and all it had to offer so much we extended a couple of days. The owners of this park are super! We arrived to the warmest welcome we have had since beginning our road trip of the USA. We were provided with information, pamphlets, and suggestions of where to go and what to see. The park is very conveniently located in the historic township,of Panguitch, a short walk to the shops, Gem picture theatre, restaurants, and supermarket. The sites are level and all have a picnic table. The laundry facilities are excellent, clean and lots of machines. The owners live on site and are working very hard to make a great park even better. Many thanks - and we will return! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Roadways and pads are gravel and fairly level. Nice access on and off the highway. Owners have already made improvements since they bought the campground last year. They are starting some other water system improvements tomorrow. The park had clean restrooms, men's and women's and a nice laundry room with folding tables and a change machine. There was some road noise from US89, but the traffic was light enough that this was not a major detractor. When we are back in the area we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Thank you to other reviewers who sang the praises of this campground; we join in the chorus. Like you, we were very pleased with the improvements the new owners are making in the 6 months since they bought the park in March. We look forward to visiting again. Being a city park, the sites are smaller but we still could comfortably pull our 34 foot Bounder and tow vehicle into the pull through and sit outside our rig with the friendly neighbors. The best part is we could walk to town for delicious ice cream. Panquitch is a great home base for touring the Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Red Canyon area. We highly recommend this campground. Good Sam Discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has been under new ownership for the past 6 months. It appears that the new owners have done a lot of work since they took over. A big plus is that they live on the premises. Sites are level gravel and somewhat close together. Laundromat is clean and all machines are in working order but you should be aware that it is open to the public. Downtown Panguitch is within walking distance and there is a well stocked grocery store there. Be prepared to fix your own meals as there are not a lot of good restaurants close by. Our rate was based on an Escapees discount. We spent a week and a half here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
NEW OWNERS!!! YES!!!! New owners are working very hard to make improvements. Very friendly and helpful. Live on premises and are operating as their own managers. All washers and dryers are working. Fresh paint and clean! Bathrooms and showers are clean. Working on improving wireless internet. Gravel sites are level and well kept. Convenient location to walk to downtown Panguitch,local shops and restaurants. ATV friendly. Ride from park to trails. Stayed a month. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this park. It isn't fancy but it is comfortable. The new owners are welcoming. There are a couple of apartments on site with long term tenants. The tenants were very nice and helpful. The town of Panguitch is very charming and we were sorry we hadn't been able to stay longer and explore more. The only negative is that their pull through sites are very tight to get into for big rigs. The owner felt we could pull in without disconnecting our tow vehicle but we could see this would not work. It was a challenge to get just our forty foot coach in. The sites are wide enough but that access road is just too narrow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is a bit shabby from years of neglect but the new owners are doing a terrific job in cleaning it up and bringing it up to their standards. My only complaint is there was no cable TV. We were able to get a few SLC stations and the Wi-Fi was excellent. The owners are very friendly and will do what ever it takes to make you comfortable. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older but very clean and well kept park. Friendly (new) owners/managers working hard to make it / keep it attractive. Very handy to Bryce Canyon NP and Cedar Breaks NM. Easy access off main road through town (Hwy 89). Smooth gravel interior roads. Sites are gravel, level, small, close together. Hookups (50 amp, good water, sewer) well situated. A few trees, no grass to speak of. Good cell (AT&T) signal. Surprisingly quiet at night given proximity to Hwy 89. No security, no fences or gates (but owners/managers live above office). Rating would have been 7 if Wi-Fi were better; signal is stable but DOG-SLOW (I used www.speakeasy.net to objectively measure Internet speed); as fulltime RVers we need Internet. We would stay here again if Wi-Fi is improved. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is centrally located between Cedar Breaks National Monument and Bryce Canyon National Park, and is a much less expensive alternative to another park at Bryce Canyon. The new owners are working hard to correct the problems that existed under the previous owners, and they have done a good job. The campground is neat and attractive. Interior roads and sites have a good layer of gravel, and sites are spacious and level. Many of the sites are pull-throughs. The bathhouse and laundry are clean and in good working order. Free Wi-Fi was available and my Verizon air card had a good strong signal. There is a car wash on site that costs $0.75 for 5 minutes. The rate includes a Good Sam discount and applicable taxes. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff, greeted us upon arrival. Helpful with weather information and offered brochures of Bryce Canyon. Convenient to town, we could walk to several restaurants. New owners seem very enthusiastic about area and summer events. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
It was okay for an overnight stop. Not much to do in Panguitch. Space was a little close to a tree limb but easy enough to get in and out. Would stay again - overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed for one week. Staff sat outside drinking beer. Not a good place if you have children. There was a gathering back in the rec (?) building with the staff and people not staying in the park. Quite a bit of bad language and drinking going on, and too much noise until late hours. Bathrooms were dirty and in need of good cleaning. Almost half of the washers and dryers in commercial laundomat on premises were out of order. Gravel parking is level, but when it rained, there were many muddy puddles. Internet was good when it worked. Told it is a problem in that area. Would not have stayed longer than the first two nights, but had some repairs done. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is not well managed. Does not come close to The Trailer Life campground ratings in their book. We were given a pull through site near the road because the park was near capacity. This was of our choosing but the trees were not trimmed making it difficult to pull into the site. The water connection valve leaked terribly. This was a 30 amp site. We lost all power about one half hour after setting up. After finding the manager, I walked with her to the breaker panel to reset the breaker. I noticed the 100 amp breaker provided the power to seven sites! We have been traveling in our motorhome for 3 months of the past three years, I rarely complain about a park but this place takes the cake! By the way we were recently informed about the RV park review website and I think it is a wonderful way to share park information. Thank you! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this to be a very nice park although we only used our spot and none of the other facilities. We had a nice, flat pull through site with 50 amp service. We had no complaints and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on a trip from Tucson, Arizona to Salt Lake City in late March of 2010. It was the only facility operating early in the season, late March, as there was still snow on the ground and most of the other parks weren't able to fully open yet. The sites were gravel, level pull throughs. Management was friendly and helpful when checking in. When we travel this route again, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only campground open this time of year, it was 14 degrees overnight and the water tap was frozen. Even with our propane and electric heat we barely made it thru the night. The other camper there made a much more dramatic flame sound when their heat came on, sounded like they were comfortable. In the AM we walked thru the snow to the showers and that made it all better. Nice and warm. It was nice that there was a place to go this time of year, and in the morning we were just a few miles from Bryce so we got there with the sun. Wish the water had worked, but it probably would have froze to the RV if we had hooked it up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We got the free night they promised on website, but this place is a dump. There are two large dogs tied up on site who bark any time they see another dog. The guy in next site complained about the dogs barking early morning and was told "that's your problem". He left early. There is no grass, just gravel. Good TV reception, narrow sites, 50 amp service available. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is old with on-site management less than acceptable in terms of friendliness. We registered & paid for 2 days only to have a power-surge occur (as did our neighbor the same night & the previous night)at 2:00 A.M. causing us to shut down the electric until the following morning at which time we demanded a refund for the second day, left town and went on to St. George. Campground is not equipped to handle large number of high end motorhomes (which it had in) at any one time. As far as we were concerned this was a "campground from hell." We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This appears to be an old park with new owners and manager that are just starting out. The facilities could use some TLC. The pull thrus were on the small side, but have enough room for our one slide and awning. Over the air TV reception was surprisingly good with digital signal for the major network stations. The free Wi-Fi signal was strong, but sporadic. Convenient to town and Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are somewhat tight but doable. Good 50 amp power. Good water pressure. Be sure to ask about the owner's Halloween costume, it will get you a free night's stay when staying more than one night. We stayed 4 nights paid for 3 while visiting Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As previously stated, a decent little park with good 50A power, level gravel sites, and a friendly and helpful manager. Easy access off Main street. Sites were wide enough (barely) for 4-slides. Quiet and dark at night. The free Wi-Fi was strong and fast. A good base for exploring the southern Utah parks. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent little CG in a very nice town. Good power. Good Verizon cell coverage here and air card worked very well. Wide spaces with trees in between, which didn't interfere with satellite reception. Great for visiting Bryce and Capital Reef and other scenic drives around Panguitch. An older technology car wash on site to hose down the dirt, but does not work that well. No other services, but we were here to see the parks. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park for 2 days. The managment and the other people staying there were all very friendly and helpful. The park is located in the middle of a small town that has convince stores and restaurants with in walking distance. Very busy this time of year felt lucky to get a site. Very quite most nights and lots of things to see and do this time of year here. Only draw backs are no pool and WiFi is questionable at times. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Small park on the North end in town, owners remodeling office and apartment above, some yearly residents, big laundromat (open to the public). All gravel sites, except grass tent sites. 30 amp at all sites, some have 50amp also. Friendly owners. 20 miles from Bryce Nat. Park. We used Good Sam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this charming small park for one night. It was very nicely kept, with green grass and trees for shade. The new (2 years) owners have done a very nice job making it an attractive park. The sites are fairly well separated, as is the case with most older KOA's, but most have a nice piece of grass alongside your rig, and all have picnic tables. We will certainly stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park seriously needs updating. Cabins nice and bathrooms OK but playground appears unusable and swimming pool unlikely to open any time soon. The sewer system had broken down and manager waiting for repairs. Should have asked for reduced price in light of conditions and finding that some RV parks on Rt 12 directly into Bryce Canyon were charging less. Very nice campground managers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this campground. Panguitch is a charming community in a beautiful valley. This is a good base camp for Bryce and Red Canyons and other parks. The owners were extremely helpful and very accommodating. Water pressure and 50 amps worked well. The roads and sites are gravel, which can be dusty when dry. Sites are fairly level, pointed downhill a bit. Most sites are shaded, but we were able to receive satellite TV on our end site. Our AT&T cells worked fine, as well as Verizon WiFi. Very quiet at night. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The new owners are super nice and are working hard to make changes to this park. The bathrooms and laundry are older but very clean and efficient. WiFi is good; no cable but able to get a few stations with antenna. Park is convenient to other Utah attractions. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV park: grass and shade, quiet. Friendly, helpful owners and associates. Stayed 4 days and would definitely stay again. Central to Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon for day trips. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground has new owners as of this spring. We had stayed here a few years ago under different owners. He is getting rid of some problem trees. Some spots were very tight before. This was a good thing. The grass is also being replaced by rocks. This I did not like. The weeds were pretty high through the rocks. Had a very unkempt look. This time I was not impressed. We did have free internet service. Only stayed one night. Would stay here if traveling through. Probably would not stay here if we were camping for a week like last time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We'e been stopping at this KOA for the past 11 years on our way from Phoenix to northern climes. We have always been treated very well by the workers. The sites are very well maintained and the individual sites are level and spaced adequately. The park is located just blocks from town and is convenient to restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older KOA; however the owners are working to upgrade grounds. They are very friendly, guide every visitor to your site. Have a nice pool which on hot days is refreshing. Good base to visit Bryce or Cedar Breaks National Parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on weekly rate. Typical of a very old KOA. Very tight side-by-side hookups. Roads and pads are made up of those small rocks that get caught in your sneakers, then deposited inside your MH. NO cable TV, but over-the-air was adequate. Wi-Fi just adequate, but Verizon Mi-Fi worked well. Hookups are at back of pull-throughs, still have to disconnect. Overpriced for what you get. Friendly owners, but we will not be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground uses head to tail parking with 10 feet between sites and no privacy fence, hence no privacy if the next door site is occupied. Cannot leave tow vehicle connected at pull through site as the site is not long enough. They do provide specific parking spots for two vehicles. Our site had no grass but was paved with lava rock. Their WiFi is bandwidth limited so I would advise not having multiple browser windows open when you connect. Sort of a funky system. Owners appear to be trying to fix something that probably wasn't broke in the first place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a 10% KOA member discount. We found this campground to be quite acceptable for the area. Based on what I saw of the other campgrounds in the area, this was the best. Close to Bryce Canyon. Far from Zion. Gravel roads with some trees. Narrow sites but sufficient to allow slides. Services were adequate. Nice people in the office led you to your site. Town has a small grocery store and restaurant. Overall, a pleasant stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park to goto Bryce Canyon and sightsee. This isn't a park that you would spend a lot of time. The sites can face your neigbor and you share a plot of rocks or grass if you are lucky with the neighbor. It can be a bit dusty with ATV's driving around. The couple who runs it are very nice and welcoming. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Efficient check-in, with a friendly escort to the site. Sites are gravel and reasonably level, some sites have grass adjacent to the site, some gravel. Most sites have shade. Has full hook-ups, decent WiFi, cable TV. The washrooms were clean. It is a quiet area. We would stay here again. KOA rate $32.40. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great base camp for Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. We were quickly checked-in and escorted to our site. The Wi-Fi was not so good so I went to the check-in desk and the owners were in the process of putting in a new state of the art system for 2010. Clean and quiet: we will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Used this KOA as a base to visit Bryce Canyon. The managers were efficient, and friendly. Check-in was easy with clear instructions and directions. Sites are level. Well-kept park. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park overall but offers little shade and the winds were too high for the awning. Friendly staff and the sites were pretty level and good sized. We were told the water pressure was high and to use a regulator. We use one so no problem there. A clean, well kept park plus a friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a typical overpriced KOA park in a very small town. The rrees are few and far between. The sites are mostly gravel. The good thing is that the owners and staff a very friendly and very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camp sites are on the small side. We had a great spot. Plenty of room to entertain our whole group. Which consisted of three families. One 5th wheel and 2 cabins. They made sure we were all together. I like how they escort you to your spot. Not just giving you a map and sending you on your way. They make sure you are in a good place for all your hoses. If not, they help guide you in a better position. I did see some large RV's that stuggled with their tow vehicles. They had to park away from their camp site. We had a great time. They were very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived after hours and tried to register ourselves. It was cold outside and we wanted to rent a cabin, but that was not possible because they closed at 7:00pm. It was 8:00pm and we were trying to call the after hours number, but no one would answer. Then, the owners came around the corner and started getting mad at us for showing up so late and said we were messing up the forms for the campsites. They told us they had been working for too long and quit answering the phones. I asked how much a cabin was and the woman said she didn't know, even though there were only a few cabins. Eventually they decided to let us check into a cabin. The campground overall wasn't all that nice. The web site was deceiving about the beautiful views and friendly owners. I was extremely disappointed with their customer service. I did not feel welcome there, I felt more like we would be in trouble by them if we made a wrong move. I would never recommend this place to anyone. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
[ 4 / 10 ]
This is an old KOA in need of some major updates. The sites are very small, no privacy at all. Our slide was only inches from our neighbor, and we shared a common utility post, so when he disconnected, he continually rubbed against our camper and sprayed water all over the side of our unit since he didn't have much room. The restrooms were clean, but very dated. The laundry equipment was in need of repair, wi-fi was very weak. Most sites were stone and only a couple sites had any grass, so we tracked a lot of gravel in our camper. The pluses were the pool was nice, the store was stocked well, the owners/workers tried to help. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has side by side hook-ups that I just don't like. Also, the sites are rather short and you have to unhook and put your toad or tow vehicle in the parking area. There is no cable and what you can get with your antenna is nothing to write home about. Owners were helpful and it served as a nice place to visit Bryce. But for the price, I'd like something better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owners very nice. We got a pull thru with no sewer? Not a necessity at this time but still a little surprised. Site wide enough and long enough for 36' quad slide with tow vehicle. Gravel site level and grass and picnic table alongside. Quiet as well. No cable TV contrary to listing. Easy access, interior roads a little narrow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived one week before the official opening date, but were thrilled that they had opened early due to the pleasant weather. The owners were extremely helpful in getting us set up and giving us pointers about keeping our water lines open so we wouldn't freeze our pipes. There were only 2 other trailers in the park, but it seemed very spacious to us. We loved the proximity to Bryce Canyon. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice campground. The sites are narrow, but worked for us with 2 slides. The owners rate a 10 for friendliness! The swimming pool was closed because of the season. There is free wi-fi. There is also a nice campground store. This is a convenient location for accessing Bryce Canyon and Cedar Breaks. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are too short and crammed together. We could not park the dinghy at the site. Side-by-side sites share very small grassy area bewteen RVs. No privacy! Lots of ATV's. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA campground -- very friendly, helpful owners but rustic facilities. Everything functions well but a bit worn at the edges (a general KOA issue). Several ATV groups (ATVs are big in Utah) but they were unusually quiet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Average KOA, with dirt and gravel roads and sites. Very friendly onsite managers. Wifi charged at $5.95 for 12 hours thru Hotspotzz which is too much for 12 hours. Electrical voltage was low. Price too high for area and there were lots of empty spots available. Town of Panguitch is very old and small. 20 miles to Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground, centrally located for Bryce, Zion and Brian Head Recreation Area. Owner lives on-site, very clean! Alot of trees and grassy sites. Close to shopping & restaurants. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This RV park provides large gravel sites with full hookups and fire pits, but no picnic tables. There are no trees and the sites are separated from lake views with a row of cabins available for rent. There is a nice lodge with a restaurant and store with supplies and souvenirs and an picnic area with a gazebo and large fire pit. They also have a marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. The only drawback is that because a lot of families come up with "toys" (ATV's and motorbikes), there can be a lot of noise on a busy weekend. Because of that as we like a little more peace and quiet, we would not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is located right on Panguitch Lake. All sites are back in, and were large enough for us, and looked to be adequate for all the larger rigs that were present. Our site had a picnic table, and a fire ring. Entire area is gravel and crushed granite. No TV, but fair Internet, and phone service (Verizon) was spotty. We did not look at the laundry, but the food was excellent at the restaurant on site that also bakes some pretty good pies. Excellent fishing, with boat rentals available from the park. Worth the drive in if you want to catch some trout. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Had to pay $30 to use Internet for a week! These are back in sites. Kind of hard when you have a car trailer. Cannot believe each site does not have a picnic table. Fire pit is nice. You provide your own wood. Utilities are good. We brought our own Satellite dish. Dirt roads. Rock pads. Dust everywhere. No trees, no grass, views of lake obstructed by cabins and other RVs. Laundry room is nice, but @2.00 per load, per washer and then per dryer. The restaurant on site is very good, and service is adequate. The cabins our friends used were nice size and offered washer and dryer, however, pull out futons are terribly uncomfortable. Some are extra nice with screened in porch and TV. The lake is low, but it seems stocked with fish! The common areas are nice, but the only available trees and grass. Some times there's a whiff of a sewer smell. Definitely a great place for ATVers although you have to watch the little kids whose irresponsible parents are letting them drive around the camps (clearly stated in the rules this is not allowed.) NO CELL PHONE SERVICE in this camp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Interior roads were dirt. Stayed here in a 40' rig. Sites were level, but it was on rocks. Each site did not have a table, but it had a fire pit at each site. No problems with the utilities at the site. This is a destination location, not a over night location. Bathrooms were clean, but needed some maintenance. Small children's area. Restaurant at location. This RV park location is used for people fishing, hiking and quads to explore Bryce Canyon Area. There is Internet, but @ $8 per day (we did not pay). There is cell service, but you have to go find it. Recommended travel there is via Hwy 20 to the city of Panguitch, not out of Cedar City to the location. They have a no refund policy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park and an excellent value for the price. As with many parks, Wi-Fi was intermittent at best. Host was friendly and helpful. Location was very convenient for visiting many of the national parks and monuments in southern Utah. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great value! Pull-through 50 amp full-hookup site for $12.95 a night, near national parks. Not fancy, but nothing wrong with it. Laundry was fine, did not use showers or bathrooms so don't know about those. Good Verizon internet and phone signal. Other parks in the area charge much more, and they really didn't look any better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based solely on the low rate. We were reluctant to stop in while traveling through the area. But, boy we were pleasantly surprised upon arrival and found this to be the greatest value we have ever experienced. Gravel sites are fairly level and long enough for our 40' plus toad. As mentioned by another reviewer, the sewer pipe should be placed closer to mid coach, but not a big deal. The folks managing the park are extremely friendly and helpful. And the longer term guests are just as friendly. Beautiful view of the mountains and easy access to town and Bryce Canyon. Bottom line... if you're looking for resort type features such as swimming pool, paved sites, lots of trees, grass, etc., then this isn't for you. If you want the best value ever for short stay (or long for that matter) and the comfort of friendly hosts and fellow guests, then this is the place to be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a pull-through site with full hookups. Everything at site was in good working order. Lots of improvements taking place at the park. Convenient park to base camp for visiting all the area national parks and scenic drives. Would definite stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has come a long way. RV sites are packed gravel and pretty level. All hookups work fine (some sewer connections are far away for a motor home and need two hoses). Wi-Fi is OK (a little spotty). Great laundry with huge washer/dryers. Owner and hosts are working every day to improve the park. Most of the trashy trailers are gone and tent sites and meeting areas look very nice now. Park is very convenient for visiting Zion and Bryce and right in the center of an ATV paradise and the best of all - the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing that can be said about this park is that it has lots of potential. The sites are good sized. The roads and sites are packed gravel. The owner has spent considerable time putting in attractive plantings and conversation areas. The Wi-Fi is very fast and is accessible at nearly all sites. The laundry is well-equipped. The owner is a really nice guy who tries to make sure his customers are happy. The bad news is that there are abandoned cars and trailers around the property. The dilapidated office would look more at home at the Bates Motel. If these visual issues don't bother you then this place is a great buy (price cited is based on a monthly rate) and a perfect location from which to tour Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef and other local attractions. This park is especially popular with ATVers who can access local trails from just outside the property. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If your only concern is that the hook ups work, this park is a good spot. The sites are gravel and very unlevel. There is a lot of junk such as old mobile homes, vehicles, etc., around. The owner appears to be working very slowly on cleaning the place up but has a long way to go. If you simply want a place to park for the night, great. If you are looking to stay for a while, I would find another park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner is really doing a lot of work on this park. Used to be a wreck, but is rapidly improving. The laundromat is quite nice. There are quite a few spaces that still need more leveling, especially in the side rows so most everyone is put on the back row. It would be nice to have a choice. It is a little inconvenient as it is about 3 miles out of Panguitch, so there is no walking into town if you intend to stay for an extended period of time. Our advise, give it a try. Decide for yourself. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is definitely improving. We stayed there for 3 weeks. Close enough to Panguitch to run back and forth easily, but outside town enough to have a nice view. Electricity, water and sewer all worked well. We had 50 amps. Wi-Fi supposedly available in office, but never tried it. Laundry a bit basic, but sufficient and not expensive. Office is rather shabby. However, new owner is working hard on this park. The landscaping and outdoor facilities are being upgraded as we speak. Landscaping is very attractive. A new putting green is underway. We will definitely return here next time in Panguitch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The most recent reviews on this campground were 2008, and they were pretty bad. However, it is obvious that the owners have made a lot of improvements and are continuing to upgrade the park. No frills, but there are nice wide pullthroughs with full hookups, and we found it a nice place to stay overnight. It is about 45 minutes from Brice Canyon Notional Park, and Panguitch is a nice little town with plenty of restaurants and stores. The rate is unbelievably low. Base rate is $13 with $1 extra each for 50 amp, extra people, and pets. With tax our total was only about $18. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Will not stay again. Extra charge for 50amp @ $1.00/day. Park rules are no electric water heaters, extra charge for air conditioners. Extra charge for dogs @ $1.00/day. Why charge extra for 50amps and an additional charge for air conditioners??? Park is very basic with no frills. We are RPI members and get a reduced rate. I would really be upset at additional charges if I paid full rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Calling this campground paradise is a joke. it is a dump with several old campers that belong in the junk yard and broken wood laying around. There is absolutely no grass and to charge $1 a day for our dog (who we clean up after) is an insult. The man in the office was rude. That was the last straw. We pulled right back out. I would rather stay in WalMart's parking lot. We were told $12 a night when we made our reservations. $1 additional a day for the dog and $1 for 50amp. The man at the office wanted $13 and when I commented on the difference, he said we could go to KOA and pay $40 a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park looks like someone is trying to upgrade and improve the looks, but its still pretty barren. Old trailers in place and the office really needs a good cleaning and removal of all the clutter from years back. The odd part is the elderly gent who checked us in did so without too much stress. But as we turned to exit, he walked around the check-in counter and blocked our way so we couldn't get out the door. He started a rant and rage about the presidential candidates, couldn't figure out if he was a Democrat or Republican, he hated them all and wanted to rant and rage. He kept it up for well over 5 minutes and no way was I going to be sucked into a discussion with him. We finally seized an opportunity to force our way past him and exit. We won't be staying here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here on RPI and it is not a fancy park, but had full hook-ups. They are working on fixing it up. The camp hosts were nice and the sites were good enough for the price. It is close to Bryce. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I made a reservation through RPI to stay at Paradise RV Park in Panguitch, Utah so my wife and I could be close to Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks. We arrived in the morning about 9:30 a.m. which was earlier than we anticipated and decided to drive to Paradise RV Park to see if we could check in early so we could visit Bryce during the remainder of the day. When we arrived we were very disappointed in the RV park's appearance. It had a couple of older, not well maintained trailers sitting at the back of the park and one new RV also. The place was devoid of any shade and needed mowing as well. When I went to enter the office/store the door was locked and no one was around. There was a sign saying they would be back at 10:00 a.m. At 10:00 a.m. no one showed up. After some discussion we decided this was not the place for us and left. I called RPI to make a new reservation at another RPI member RV park. When they indicated that we already had a reservation for the night I told them we didn't like the place and that it was one of the ugliest, unkempt RV parks we have ever seen. They made us a new reservation and I thought that was the end of it. We didn't mind paying for the night we cancelled at Paradise RV Park. About 9 days later after we returned home we had received a post card from the owner of Paradise RV Park calling us dumb fools and saying we were not welcome at their RV park and generally belittled RPI members in general. I couldn't believe an RV park owner would stoop to such a level to berate a potential customer. In no way will we or any of our traveling friends stay at this park. The owner and his attitude will surely be a death knell for this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Do you know how you call a fat man tiny. Well this describes this park. They have still not cashed my check for my stay and that was in June. Said that the new owner did not want to mow the lawns so they were dry and dead. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All of the grass was dead. Campground was a little run down. A little water would work wonders. I do not think that I would stay there again. We stayed there with RPI. I have to wonder how they rate their parks... We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful morning and evening views! Country feeling. 3 miles north of downtown Panguitch. Primitive gravel sites. Weeds are mowed. Owner continues to upgrade. We spent the summer here. Some discounts are recognized. Nice laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a Gem. The colors in the canyon are the brightest red that I've ever experienced. The host was most helpful and friendly. It's quiet there, in spite of being near the highway into Bryce Canyon NP. There is actually Wi-Fi in the loop on the right, but Verizon works adequately for phone and text is the other loop. There is a great trail, some five miles in length, that rivals those in Bryce. It's on my list for a return visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park sits right next to the scenic byway 12, so there is some road noise. This park is NOT very big rig friendly! The loops in the road are tight and they are lined with sharp boulders. We tore up a tire, saw a motorhome bounce over a rock, and later talked to a volunteer at the forest service visitor center who had also torn up a tire in this campground. If you are in a smaller rig, the sites have beautiful views and there are trails right from the campground. A paved bike trail is adjacent to campground and highway 12. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Red Canyon is a smaller version of Bryce Canyon, just as beautiful. Campground is near hiking, biking trails and a great base for Bryce. Only 10 miles to supplies. Cleanest vault toilets I've ever seen. Recycling available, water and dump station. A great value and beautiful! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice campground but not big rig friendly due to the narrow road and vegetation at roadside, overhanging trees and close trees at sites. Careful planning is needed for the slideouts. We mentioned tree-trimming to the forest service and the host so hopefully some will be done. The area is beautiful. We will TRY to stay again in our 40' motor home and car. There are flush toilets, no showers, no hookups. There is a dump station. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The May 2009 review is indeed not this campground. This is a nice, no hookup US Forest Service campground. The access roads and sites are paved or hard packed gravel. It’s in a forested area with ample space between the majority of sites. There are pit and flush toilets and one shower facility. There are a couple of community water faucets to fill holding tanks. There is a posted diagram of the campground near the entrance: it’s worthless. The left side of Loop B is the place for big rigs with several back-in and three crescent shaped pull through sites. Sites in Loop A vary in size. The campground is right at Red Canyon FS Park and about 20 minutes from Bryce NP. The fee is based on a Golden Age/Access rate discount and the rating is based on like, no hookup campgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The "Red Canyon Campground" is a NFS "Dry Camping" type campground located approximately 4 miles East from the intersection of Hwy 89 and Hwy 12 on the right hand side going East towards Bryce Canyon. The first review here is not for this campground but for the "Red Canyon RV Park" (a private park)located approximately 1 mile from the same intersection on the left going East on Hwy 12. I have also given the correct website for this campground (hopefully it will be changed as it was wrong also). The $6 rate is for Golden Age Passport otherwise the rate is $12. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A great forest service campground. It's divided into 2 sections, I prefer the Western side. Paved sites with enough vegetation in between to give privacy. Has a very nice double dump station. Beautiful area just a few miles from Bryce Canyon. Be sure and visit National Forest Visitor Center just west of Campground. They have maps of the area along with much more. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a rustic campground directly next to highway 12 on the way into Bryce Canyon National Park approx 15 miles before the visitor center and seven miles from Panguitch. The management was friendly and helpful. Road noise from highway 12 dies down after dark. Full hookups. Very pet friendly. The campground appears to have new campground cabins, but the campground itself could use a lot of cosmetic fixing up to make it more attractive. Roads into the park are gravel and the sites are level with no shade. We were level when I parked. We camped there two nights while seeing Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a National Forest (NFS) campground next to highway 12 on the way into Bryce Canyon National Park approx 15 miles before the visitor center. The closest town is Panguitch which is approx 11 miles from the campground. This is a very rustic campground and the road noise from rt 12 dies down about dark every night. There is a wash at the entrance to the campground which can leave you stranded either inside or outside the campground when it rains hard which it did to us one afternoon while we were inside the campground. Sites are spaced far apart and roomy with picnic tables and fire pits set in a concrete patio. There is an on-site campground host during the season. We stayed there thru the last day the campground was open until it closed for winter on Oct 14th. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is located in a great location for visiting Bryce Canyon NP or the Red Rocks canyon. The sites were reasonably level. The hook-ups were located mid-site which worked just fine. The staff were friendly and offered several suggestions for the local area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nothing fancy but clean and the price was right. We stayed for a week so paid for 6 nights, and the 7th night was free. Good location for visiting Bryce & Red Canyon. Restrooms and showers were very clean, and the management was very nice. Traffic noise at night was not bad. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Perfect 1 or 2 day stop for exploration into Red Canyon and Bryce Canyon. As others said, there is noise from the highway that all but ceases after dark. Gravel roads, gravel sites, pretty close to level. AT&T cell signal was good. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Definitely nothing fancy, but it was a good home base for visiting Bryce Canyon and much cheaper than RV parks/campgrounds closer to the canyon. Although right on the highway, there isn't much traffic at night so we were not bothered by noise. There is one washer/dryer set up in a lean-to which is a little bizarre, but the machines were clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nothing fancy. Right on hiway 12 but... not much traffic at night. It's actually a nice place with grass area. Wifi is in the office so park as close as you can. Cable is good and all sites are FU. Like I said, nothing fancy but all in all a very nice place to stay if you are going to Beyce Canyon and the price is right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have rated this park higher if the sites were more level. It doesn't take much slope for a big rig to be way off level. I had to put 4" of boards under the rear wheels and blocks under the jacks in order to get level. This would not be as noticeable in a short rig. The sites are gravel with tables and a small barbecue at each site. The laundry has only one machine. You are right next to the highway so the road noise may bother some people but the traffic is next to nothing during the night. We have paid $40 plus for a park near an attraction and the $25 that is charged here is really appreciated. Most sites are satellite friendly. We would probably return and try to find a more level site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Managers are making a huge positive impact on the condition of the campground. A new well/water source was connected during our stay and improved the water quality and pressure. Electric was consistent and the pull through sites are full hookups. Laundry center is in a lean-to but the machines are clean, cleaner than many other campgrounds we have been in. Campground is close to Red Rock Canyon and Bryce Canyon, located on the main highway. Nearest grocery is located in Panguitch, and fuel in Utah is pricey. There are rental cabins and tent sites available. I wouldn't hesitate to return here or recommend this campground to others. Some sites do have shade trees, but most are open. Sites are gravel and asphalt, fairly level, and roomy enough to be comfortable; some had concrete patios. The price is right for as close to Bryce Canyon as the campground is located. When it snows on the plateau access to the campground becomes a problem, and they shut down for the winter months. We would return here when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The gentlemen at the office were very nice and campground was clean. Nice pull through spaces with full hook-up, cable and Wi-Fi. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient to Bryce Canyon NP, Red Canyon and Panguitch. WiFi intermittent and when I told the manager he stated that I was probably too far away (huh?). When another rig pulled in 2 spaces away from us we could no longer connect via WiFi. Other than that, the campground was fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As to the previous post, this is a park close to the entrance to Red Rock Canyon and Bryce Canyon. Nice little park that is not as expensive as the parks in or closer to Bryce. There is an outside laundry that has one washer/dryer unit. If in the area we will stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy but a good stop for the Bryce area. Right at entrance to Red Rock Canyon area. Nothing fancy but friendly owners, adequate wifi, and good pull through sites. Cheaper than staying right at Bryce. Will stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very small RV park. I tried to use their Wi-Fi but did not have a signal at my site. Owner said to bring my laptop to the office if I wanted, since I have my own wireless card I did not need their internet. We are at over 6000 foot elevation so it was cool at night. Again I will say no trains near to keep you awake at night. I did not use the restrooms or showers but did look at them and found them to be very clean. We would use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small basic RV park. Although this park is right next to Hwy 12 it is very quiet, and a great place to use as a base or like we did as an overnight stop. Be aware that not all sites have 50amp, so if you need it be sure to ask for it (something we discovered after we had unhitched). They do have a basic cable TV and Wi Fi for their guests to use at no extra cost. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Management was super nice and helpful in planning our days there. The park is a no frills park, but very clean and quiet. The restrooms and showers are very clean and well maintained. Our dog was allowed on the grass, next to our rig, or in a big lot where he could run around. The managers used to have a nice, grassy area for a pet run, but no one picked up after their pets, so it was taken away! We enjoyed our stay here and would stay here again. Well worth the low price! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pet UNfriendly. Seems they have had some bad experiences with RV'ers with pets and as a result, do not want you to camp here if you have a pet. Only a desert field as a "pet run". WiFi only works in a hot spot, and there only poorly. What grass is here, is is not mowed. Facilities are in need of repair. Owner is friendly enough but, I suggest the KOA instead. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As previous reviewer stated, this is definitely a no frills park; however, I would stay here again if in the area. The staff is helpful and friendly and the sites were good gravel sites. We had a pull-through for 43' motorhome with tow and had plenty of room. The scenery is nice with surrounding mountains. Can't speak for the restroom and showers as did not use. Could connect to WiFi but was slow at times. Cable TV was doable and our satellite picked up with no problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park served us very well for our week stay to visit Bryce and Red Canyon. They have pull through sites for large rigs and backins for short rigs. Sites are gravel but level with good electric and water pressure. Get your groceries before you get to this area of the state. The closest Wal-Mart is 68 miles away. The only grocery store in town knows it, and their prices reflect that fact. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a no frills RV park. We enjoyed the views, the close access to Red Canyon and Panguitch. Very nice staff. At first I wasn't thrilled with the park, however, retrospect is is very nice and I have great memories of the sunsets and great friends we met here. We moved to Ruby's near Bryce to visit the area and wish we had stayed at Red Canyon, lots of character., We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly staff. Nice park easy to get to, easy to get to Bryce Canyon, Red Canyon, Zion, Cedar Breaks and a whole host of other attractions in that area. The site was level, long and wide, great service, cable TV, 50 amp, all for $25 per night. Highly recommend this park if you're in the Bryce Canyon area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here one week. This park has gravel roads and sites. Also has a picnic table at each site and a cover. There's some road noise from 6 AM to 11 PM. It has very, very low water pressure. Cable TV is available: some channels come in clear while others don't. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not the National Forest campground but an RV park just west of the entrance to Red Canyon. It's flat and has grass but no trees. Cable is free. The bathrooms are clean with two showers and two stalls in each (men's and women's). It's about 15 miles into Bryce Canyon from here. The road noise started before dawn, but I doubt the National Forest's Red Canyon campground is any quieter, since it also sits on Highway 12. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Golden Age pass. Guide says 32 foot maximum RV length, but we had no problem with a 37 foot fifth wheel. Close to lake recreation area, so reservations needed or check with camp host. Dump station well in front of camp, very easy in and out. Mature trees, bushes, lots of shade alongside creek. Lots of fish in the creek. Some road noise, most blocked by vegetation. Long gravel sites, picnic tables, fire rings. Bathrooms were only of medium cleanliness, no toilet paper. Not checked while we were there. No showers. The host site at the entrance was quite slovenly, with junk spread all around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.