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. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
I will give this a rating of 7, because it was not bad, but aged. They had long pull-through sites for our motor home and trailer. It was easy in and easy out. They had speed bumps that will rearrange your cupboards and out friend could not get his trike across the speed bumps. He had to go round. They say they have Internet, but only in the office. The outside repeater was not working and was not sure for how long. I would try to find a better one than this one for the price that we payed. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $38.00
This is a park in decline. I have been here a number of times over the last 10 years. The sites are decent sized but the care of the park is going down hill. The management is excellent, but ownership does not seen interested in maintain or upgrading the parks. It is located in town and can be somewhat noisy. It has some good shade areas, but it seems that this park is destined to be developed into something else. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $38.00
This is a basic park without any amenities. The sites are adequate in length and width, but it can it difficult to maneuver is you have a very long rig. The park is clean and the staff is friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, it is only 30 amps and is somewhat pricey given its lack of amenities. It has road noise from the main highway in town. It makes a good place for a couple of days with easy access to Cedar Breaks NM. to other national parks in the area. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $36.00
The lady at the desk asked if we were Good Sam, then didn't give us the rate! When I asked she said that was the rate, however, the regular rate was also $36! We were only here for one night so it wasn't too bad. The park is run down and not well kept up. The Wi-Fi worked just fine. We were right next to the repeater. Didn't use the cable. Don't think we'll be back. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Older park at the north end of Cedar City. Easy in and out. We were traveling with friends and had two spots at the back of the park (23 & 24; spot 24 has great shade). The back area of the RV park is farthest from the road and quiet; we heard no night-time road noise. Even though it’s an older park with some permanent residents, it’s well-kept and the level pull-through sites long enough to handle our rigs and trucks without unhitching. Cable worked well as did the free Wi-Fi. Restrooms were adequate and clean. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Over the past few years this park has started a downhill slide. Nothing is maintained anymore. Management does not seem to care. The place looks really run down. The Wi-Fi never works. Kids from the adjacent mobile home park, run through all hours of the day and night. Restrooms are not locked and smell like homeless people have been using them. Pet restrictions are not enforced at all. Loose dogs from the adjacent mobile home park roam freely through the park. Will not stay here again. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice shady well-kept older park. Showers/restrooms are old, but clean and functional. Cable TV is better than most RV parks; WiFi is typical of most RV parks. There is no swimming pool. If you really want to swim, there is a world class Aquatic Center in town. Whether heading north or south, Cedar is a good place to stay over a few extra days and this park is the best bargain in town. Stayed a month, be back next year. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in site 22A near the WIFI transmitter. WIFI and Cable TV was good. The RV park is convenient to everything. We stayed here four nights in our Airstream. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $42.00
This is a clean park with decent sized sites and some side by side hookups. Some sites can be a little difficult to enter. Not all sites are 50amp service. This makes a good park for the attractions in the area. The park is well maintained and the management is helpful and friendly. It is somewhat pricey and there doesn't seem to be a weekly rate. However, it is the best park in the area and its cleanliness and location make it quite attractive. I would certainly stay here again when in the area. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
Nice park for an overnight. Older facility is very clean and well kept. Management very friendly and helpful. All utilities worked well. Wi-Fi signal strong. Verizon 3G strong in area. Gravel site was reasonably level with some maneuvering. Entrance turn can be tricky. Speed bumps are brutal. We will stay here again. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
This is an okay park for an overnight stay, but I would not recommend it for longer than one night. Although they advertise in the Good Sam Trailer Directory as having a pool, cable TV and free Wi-Fi, the pool is fenced off and has trees growing in it. The cable TV was excellent with over 100 channels. The Wi-Fi signal, however, was either weak or undiscovered. When I could get online, it was so slow that my email timed out. I could not upload photos due to the extremely slow speed and weakness of signal. Access to the entry is very tight, as you need to make a sharp turn off the main road and then another turn to get to the registration office. There are several speed bumps on the access roads which are quite large and not easy to get over. The sites are large enough to accommodate large rigs, but are gravel and uneven. The Staff is friendly, but the 'store' is sparsely stocked. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
This park is unremarkable but perfectly adequate for a night while passing through the area. Sites are reasonably sized, staff is helpful and it is close to Cedar City amenities. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice "old" park. While the restroom/showers were very clean, there was an old musty smell. The sites were gravel with grass yards with sufficient space between the sites and each had sufficient access. Shade trees did hamper our satellite dish, but was really not an issue. Some "permanent" rigs were there. We initially were scheduled for one night, but while on the road that day, our small Shih Tzu came down with some illness and we had to extend one day. The staff was extremely helpful in our concerns of our pet and recommended a local Vet to come in on Saturday to help us out. They even called us twice during the next day inquiring on our pet's health. We camped at Country Aire RV Park in a Motorhome.