What a little gem. Very small park surrounded by bluffs. All pull through sites. Restrooms are several private rooms with shower, sink and toilet - old but very clean. Lovely setting. Plenty of spaces for walking the dogs. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Visitor Center at "Fort" is interesting. Friday night free entertainment at the Visitor Center. Café and gift shops on secondary street. Hovenweep Monument for easy picturesque hike to view ruins.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
This is a small park and easy to access with 40 foot and toad. Wifi was spotty and had to go to the office area to connect. Very level sites of a single row. Staff was friendly and this is situated in the middle of all the south Utah attractions. Very quiet and services were fine. we stayed 5 days. Great scenery from campsite. Excellent steakhouse a block away. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $28.00
We've used this park several times for short stays while in transit. It's a simple, quiet, no-frills gravel park. Sites are relatively wide and some have trees. It would have been better if they had angled the sites so everyone can have a view of the bluffs rather than a view of the trailer next to them. There are metal fire pits in some but not all sites, but they are lightweight and you can just grab one from another site as the residents in those sites have always said it's fine if we take it. We always use our own shower (that's the point of having a trailer, right?), but I peeked into the bath house and the showers were clean but in desperate need of remodeling (the park is for sale). Owners/employees are always friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is very good. There is a tranquil pond with ducks and frogs along the front end of the sites that makes for a nice evening stroll. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $32.00
This RV park is a gravel lot with less than a handful of small trees, a dirty pond with the tent area surrounding the pond, a tiny building with a restroom and shower, no laundry. In the back of the park is a small cage with two goats that tried to head-butt my dogs, but my kids loved them. The Wi-Fi was really good and reliable. Is this park worth $30 per night? Absolutely not! $20 would be overpriced, but there's so little competition in the area that I guess they can get away with it. The RV park is for sale. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $27.00
Nice park, clean, friendly staff at front desk. Reservations made ahead through email, which worked very well. Only problem we experienced was the horrible mosquitoes! Prevented us from sitting outside in the evening. We were with friends - total of 3 rigs which the park arranged for us to be next to one another. Town is a big nothing. Good food at the Twin Rocks Cafe. Nice tourist gift shop too. We stayed here to be close to visit Four Corners, on our way to Moab. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a great park at a great price. Clean and super wide sites. Everything including the Wi-Fi worked great. Only wish it had a laundry. Would stay here again. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice gravel park, friendly staff, good utilities. Near a store, restaurant and Bluff Fort. We had a quiet, pleasant stay. Pond at park has water fowl, frogs and turtles. It is located centrally between Monument Valley, Hovenweep National Monument, Four Corners, and Natural Bridges. Appears to be the best place in Bluff. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $28.00
This is one of our favorite RV parks set in an interesting area of SW Utah. The park, with a nice view of red bluffs, has gravel sites with modern full-service hookups, and a picnic table with each site. The RV's are fairly well spaced. The Wi-Fi service has been improved since we stayed here a year ago. This is a quiet park in a pleasant rural setting. We have stayed several times before and will likely stay here again. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $27.00
We’ve stayed here several times. The guests have always been quiet and friendly, mostly older folks. We considered trying a different campground this trip, but of the other two options, one looked pretty bad from the road and the other was closed. The gravel spaces, all pull-throughs, are level, each with a picnic table and (most) with small shade trees, and are large enough to park a vehicle beside your trailer. The small pond that a previous reviewer found choked with weeds is cleaned up, and being utilized by ducks, grebes, and other birds. The restroom facilities are rather novel, but work well. There is a stucco building with a creaky floor that feels almost like a trailer floor; it has a small central reading room with couch & chairs, pay phone, and book shelf. Surrounding the central room are the doors to four separate, clean, home-style restrooms with about 1950s décor, each with toilet, sink, and small shower stall. These facilities are more than adequate for the campground, which has only a couple of dozen spaces. The Cadillac Ranch is currently for sale by the daughter of the owner, who had passed away since we last stayed here. I hope someone steps up and buys this little campground, and keeps it going. We stayed with electric only. On-site water was available during the day, but had to be turned off at night due to freezing temperatures. We paid $27 (two nights at $55). This would be my pick when we come to Bluff again. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $27.00
This is a nice quiet little park. Stayed here for 3 days while visiting Monument Valley and surrounding area. I would not hesitate to recommend this park. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $25.00
Its hard to put a review together for this park, simply because there were some good things about it, and then some odd things that just left us kind of puzzled. The park is tiny, only about 15 RV sites and then some tent sites separated by the: "pond" (more on that later). The sites will accommodate bigger rigs plus a tow vehicle. There is a portable type building that has 4 shower/toilet stalls; water pressure was great, cleanliness was average, but I think it was more age that made it appear so-so. The manager (maybe owner) was pleasant and gave us a map and recommended some sightseeing in the area. The town is tiny, not many services beyond a gas station and a couple places to eat, but we stayed here as a stop over to see Monument Valley. Now the odd stuff. There is a pond in the middle of the property that has a few ducks, but is pretty overgrown with shrubs. There were some old paddle boats stacked up at the back of the property, so I think at one time it was a usable attraction, and if it was cleaned up a bit it would be pleasant to walk around or sit and enjoy some quiet time. There is a pen beyond the pond that houses an emu. Again, probably meant as an attraction at one time, but like the pond just seemed to have been overlooked and forgotten. Would stay here again if we were just passing through. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $28.00
Very nice campground. It is evident that the owners have worked hard to upgrade this small but adequate facility. The Red Bluffs surrounding it only added to its charm. Benches were placed all around so you could sit out and enjoy the delightful views. Glad we discovered it and will definitely stay again if we are in the area. Attendant was very pleasant and helpful. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, quiet park in a nice quiet town. Across from The Fort which is the attraction in this historic town. Sites were level and utilities were good. Owners are working to improve this park. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.
Paid $27.75 a night, $25 + 11% tax, a bit high side in our opinion. The town itself does not have much in it. We used this place as a base to see Monument Valley, Four Corners and Valley of the Gods. The first two are pretty good drives to get to. The site was ok, a 50 amp FHU with Wi-Fi that was usually good. At times it could be pretty slow. No Verizon broadband here. TV via batwing was very good. We camped at Cadillac Ranch RV Park in a Motorhome.