Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $37.00
This is a decent place to stay for a few days, but not what I would prefer for a longer stay. Just 10 sites in a row on gravel behind the motel. The view is of the Post Office back lot on one side and the motel grounds on the other. I felt that the motel ignores the RV park, as there was trash and dog poop all over our site when we moved in. The primary positive feature is its location--it is just a few blocks from the historic downtown, grocery shopping and a few restaurants. Use of the motel pool would be a nice feature in the summer. We found it quiet at night and the whole town felt safe and friendly. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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The Grind coffee shop was a few blocks away and had great coffee, smoothies and breakfast sandwiches.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $33.00
A little difficult to find RV park - Best Western has 2 properties across the street from each other. Great gravel RV park with desert-like items separating the sites. Level - easy access. Free coffee and donuts every morning. Access to physical fitness room and pool! Walking distance to downtown. Great place to stay to visit Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great and free! Good Sam discount. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a small RV park behind the Best Western Town & Country Motel. pull-through sites with side by side hookups. Convenient place to stay as we met relatives staying in the motel. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
The only good thing I can say is that it was convenient. It is behind a motel. No bathrooms or showers available for campers. Dragged bottom getting in and out of parking area. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
This compact park, part of a Best Western hotel, is right in the heart of Cedar City, a nice little town with a still-prosperous downtown featuring several restaurants and tourist-oriented stores to visit. Access is a bit tricky, and beware of the almost invisible, diagonal speed bumps, and several potholes, that will really toss your rig around. The spaces are minimal size with back-to-back utilities, but the water, sewer, and electric work well. The Wi-Fi varies from OK to basically unusable, mostly the latter. There is a place to walk your dogs. There is a lot of lighting at night, but the noise from the adjacent main street dies down later in the evening. The price shown is Good Sam including taxes. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
Rate here reflects a Good Sam Discount. Nice park. All sites are level gravel pull through sites. Green grassy park like setting across from RV sites 8 adjacent to pool area. Close to everything in Cedar City, including Shakespeare Festival. Cedar Breaks & Brian Head are close for day trips. Very friendly staff. Back of park is next to post office, but posed no problems at all. Good for an overnight stay or longer. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
Small, 10 space RV park in center of town. Clean and well kept. Level gravel. Good water, power, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. Right across street from a nice park and grocery shopping. We stay here every June for festivals. Close to Zion (60 mi) and Bryce (90 mi) both and reasonable close to North Rim (150 mi). No showers or bathrooms. Some traffic noise from Main Street, but that doesn't bother us. We like the fact that you can walk to almost everything you need (except Wally World - 2 miles). CC is near 6k feet so pleasant weather in summer, unlike St. George to the south (hot!). We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $31.00
Rate paid was AAA, normally $35/night. Best price in town. Excellent 4G internet signal. It is only one block to the park, library, post office, grocery, cute old downtown, and paved walking/riding path. Quiet at night. We would stay here again. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $35.00
Contrary to previous reviewer: breakfast is not included it costs $5 and don't waste any money on it. Cable is terrible, wi-fi is so slow that it is not worth connecting. Sites have side by side hookups. If you have anyone next to you, they better be good friends. Extremely noisy at 7AM with trash trucks, tour buses, road noise, and, of course, the post office you are backed up to. Would never stay here again. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is behind the hotel in downtown Cedar City. The nightly rate included the continental breakfast that the regular hotel guests get. Cable and Wi-Fi were good. There are no showers for the RV area. There is a laundry available, but we didn't use it. This is a great park for RV'ers going to the Utah Shakespeare Festival. It's only 4 blocks walking distance. Grocery store is right across street with many restaurants in the downtown area very close by. Park was not full the four nights we stayed here. Nightly rate was $36.71 after all taxes. We will stay here again when we attend the Shakespeare Festival. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
The rate reflects Good Sam discount. This Park is located right downtown Cedar City. Very near shopping on historic Main Street. It's operated by the Best Western Hotel. Register at the hotel office. All facilities of the hotel are available for the RV park as well. Indoor and outdoor pool, exercise room etc. No showers or restrooms available as the sites are located beside the hotel. We intended to use the exercise room but didn't have time so I can't give a opinion on it. We did use the laundry, such as it was. There were two older washers and two dryers in a small room with no folding table or chairs to use as you wait. The washers cost $2.00 as did the dryers. We really needed to catch up on our laundry or we would have waited for better facilities. The staff was friendly and free donuts and coffee were available in the lobby. Hot breakfast was offer for $5 but the food was not replenished often and my husband gave up and left without eating. Sorry to say the Wi-Fi was not so good, but there was good Verizon service and our hotspot worked well. Cable was OK though some channels were a bit snowy. The sites were wide enough for larger rigs and we enjoyed the convenient location. Nice town and we'd stay here again if in the area. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Third year here. The only thing that keeps it from five stars is the dumpsters are always full to overflowing, and I have to call the office about them. Small safe RV park located in the center of town adjacent to the Motel. It's within walking distance of restaurant, grocery stores, coffee houses, bars, nice big city park, Ace Hardware, etc. Walmart is two miles, as is Home Depot. Easy day trips to Zion and Bryce. North Rim of GC is a bit far for a day trip though. Vegas is 2.5 hours away. Pools and spas, gym, etc., all are part of the Motel and you can use them. Fairly easy access off of both Main St and 100 West. Sites are level gravel with enough room, trees and picnic tables in between. Good water, power and sewer. Some traffic noise but not too bad. No on-site bathrooms or showers. Good fishing an hour or so away. Beautiful area. We come every June for the Utah Games and the Groovefest music festival. Stay a month. Big "Shakespeare" theater company here. We love it, particularly in late May and June. NOTE: The western most space, (last one) gets way too much sun. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $34.00
Great location. Walking distance to many restaurants and grocery store. WiFi worked well, cable was less than adequate. Listing showed 46 stations, we got two and they were "snowy". Ended up putting up the satellite dish. Directions shown in Trailer Life are hard to follow, best to call and ask how to find them. Sites are nicely spaced, have picnic tables, are level and long. Best Western Hotel facilities - pools, laundry, etc., open to RV'rs. Good base for visiting Zion, Bryce, and Cedar Breaks. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $34.00
We have a smaller rig that fit quite nicely into this park. I loved the picnic tables and pool. Because of the good location we were able to easily sight-see in the day, and return for an evening of relaxing. Laundry was convenient. Helpful staff. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Motorhome.
RV Park not very well signed and directions from Trailer Life not too clear. Efficient check-in at Best Western Motel. Site needed leveling but plenty of room and services OK. Internet OK until last day when it went off - man in the office did not know how to reconnect. Some facilities from the Motel available, i.e, indoor and outdoor pool and spa. Breakfast available at $5 charge. Overall good park in an excellent location for shops/restaurants (walking distance). Lovely area to visit and would use again. We camped at Town and Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.