4 Parks near Cedar City, Utah
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Pros: the folks running this park are nice & accommodating.
Cons: speed bumps (even if driven at 2-3 mph) will jar your fillings out. Trees branches are 8-10 feet above the road. Appeared they have never been trimmed. You need to be very careful driving to your site. Sites are poorly marked, the map they give you is extremely confusing & inaccurate & will lead into dead ends. I estimate that about 75% are permanent residents. Be careful entering from Main Street, as soon as you enter the park there is a hard left about 25 feet into the park, then maybe in another 60 feet there is a hard right to the office. There isn't much good to say about this park. - roundown366
Sep 2015 - $44.00
Park is a small older RV park combined with a rundown trailer park and a U-Haul truck rental business. No street signs and little direction from office. Big rigs can end up in a dead end street with no way out. As reviewed before the speed bumps are excessive. This park should not be park of the Good Sam System and the rate is excessive. - JacktheRat
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Staff was very helpful. The campgrounds and our site were nice and our site was roomy. Highway noise was not an issue. We couldn't get wi fi, but were staying only one night, so popped in a DVD and entertained ourselves. Other reviewers have commented that the facility was beginning to show its age. Happily, the demolition phase of remodel/construction for a modern updated facility was underway during our stay. Other reviewers have commented that Country Aire RV Park was a bit pricy. The rate is comparable to the nearby KOA. Completion of the remodel underway should make pricing less of an issue - assuming the rates remain competitive with the KOA. We met some nice folks in the park and our stay was pleasant. We would stay again. - arascal
Jul 2005 - $12.00
Nice spot with lots of trees and cool weather. - Raywest
Apr 2016 - $21.00
We stayed here for one month, loved the location. We were close enough to go to Zion National Park, Bryce National Park, & Kolob Canyon. We saw them all. Hiking was great! We not only hiked in the parks/canyons but the city has a fabulous trail that winds through it & out into the foothills that you can walk or bike on. Very nice! We also mountain biked @ 3 Peaks Recreation Area, very nice trails. So much to do & so much incredible beauty in the area, a must see! The town is smaller but has anything you may need. All the staffers were pleasant & helpful. - Lisanator
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Not your typical KOA. The sites while not large, are roomier than the usual KOA. Our pull through was long enough for coach and toad without unhooking. The only down side was it was not very level and required blocks under the levelers and then the rear wheels on one side were just about off the ground. The utilities are grouped in the middle of the site and worked as expected. The wifi connection was strong but they have so little bandwidth that it was unusable 75% of the time and Verizion cell wifi was very slow also. As others have detailed the roads are wide gravel for easy maneuvering and the site are either all gravel or gravel with grass. - lllkrob
Sep 2015 - $40.00
It was a bit confusing finding my site, but once found, everything was fine. You'll find grass and trees between most sites, but not all. The cable reception was weak, but the OTA stations are plentiful. Children seemed to enjoy the playground. Dogs were plentiful and not always restrained, but didn't create any problems, and the dog run is fairly large. The park is right in town along Main Street so the traffic can be a bit noisy at times. All in all a pleasant visit. - frmOregon
May 2016 - $50.00
We actually didn't stay here. We did have a reservation and pulled in to register and got the shock of our lives. For a picnic table and full hookups on pea gravel the price was $50. When I asked what made them worth that much he looked me straight in the eye and said they were the only park downtown. The fact that their reservation book was basically blank, as was the park, apparently didn't matter. Way over priced. Very disappointing as we've stayed there many times but we won't be back. - C Kelsey
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Hotel under renovations...lots of construction equipment...working till 7pm the night we were there. Closed off pool for the season which was a bummer...told we could walk across the 4 lane highway and through the hotel across the street for a swim.
Facilities were a single unisex restroom off the checkin desk in the hotel...clean. Wifi...spotty. Utilities on the wrong side of the coach but all worked well. French bread bakery yummy right there. Location in the middle of town was excellent. I don't think they have much interest in their RV customers...but it is a decent deal in the best place to see the town. - Camaraderie
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The Best Western hotel is located at a very busy intersection. There was traffic noise all day and into the night.
The hotel has 9 RV sites (one site had construction material on it). The interior road and sites are on crushed rock. All sites have FHU with 20/30/50 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage hovered around 119 volts. Some sites had a picnic table and there were no fire rings. There are neither bathrooms nor showers available. The hook-up were "side by side".
Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The hotel's WiFi reception was also good. The laundry, indoor pool and spa are located directly across the street. Washers cost $3 and dryers cost $2. There is a $5 charge for breakfast and contains the standard buffet served at most hotels.
From I-15 (exit 59) go west towards Cedar City. Turn left onto North 100 West Street. Go pass the hotel and take the first right into the campground.
We would think twice before coming back - only because of the street noise. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs