Decent park for exploring this beautiful area. Sites are narrow but wide enough for slides. Manager was friendly and helpful. Park WiFi OK when it works, which is not very often. No Verizon data service and almost no voice service. - JA1800
Sites are somewhat short and narrow and not level but adequate for short stays. We used outdoor rugs to cover the bare ground next to our trailer thereby limiting the amount of dirt which our dogs carried into our trailer.
We asked for and were assigned a site with good satellite reception. Wi-Fi was good and much better than at many major RV parks we have stayed in during this trip. Very strong water pressure and good quality water. Jason at the office gave us helpful advice and maps to explore this beautiful area. - pebru
Good central location for exploring Escalante area. Utilities were fine, Wi-Fi worked well with only occasional slowdowns. Spots are tight for bigger rigs and you have to watch out for trees when spotting rig. Campground is in town so some noise from roads and other campers. Friendly and helpful office staff. Sites were gravel and pull-through type. Ours required only slight leveling. - threehendersons
$25 per night was for a mostly level gravel site with 50 amp electric, water, picnic table, fire ring, and pedestal BBQ. This campground is located alongside the sparkling waterfowl-filled Wide Hollow Reservoir. The park has petrified trees scattered along their main hiking trail. The live trees still had leaves on them during our stay and there are tall brush-like plants along most of the perimeter of the reservoir. Escalante, the nearest town, has the basic general store and several restaurants. AT&T cell service was minimal but could be used for calls and texts. Verizon service was nonexistent. Free Internet access via the park’s Wi-Fi worked well. We received 23 OTA TV stations and several radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Small park and not many sites have electricity. Not really suitable for big rigs but one somehow got into site #1 next to us. No sites right on the lake but all are just as short. The petrified tree trail is an interesting hike but not much else to do if you are not fishing. - oldmac
Clean but very small state park. Sites paved, only one hiking trail (up the side of a mesa - hubby decided against it.) There were some examples of petrified wood, which was interesting. The lake was extremely low when we went - more of a puddle. No cell signal, but were able to get TV on the antenna. The park also surprisingly had free Wi-Fi, but not a great signal. We were in site 20, which was a nice site, although they all looked pretty good (some rather small). - Nbert