2 Parks near Escalante, Utah
Apr 2016 - $32.00
wonderful welcome, beautiful restrooms, nice small campground with pull thrus. Cabins available. Town seems to be full of rock climbers and other sports enthusiasts. Laundry was very expensive. - saturn7
Mar 2016 - $28.00
This campground is very convenient to all the attractions of the Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument. In fact, the owner is quite knowledgeable about the monument and is willing to advise visitors.
The actual campsites are adequate, with full hookups and mostly pull-through sites. On the other hand, the sites are very narrow - you will be just a few feet away from your neighbor. Access is reasonable, assuming you know how to drive your own rig! The laundry seems very expensive, but the machines are very large industrial grade, so overall the price is reasonable if you do a very large load. WiFi was very good, in fact upgraded during our stay, but a bit overloaded during busy times. Note that the town of Escalante does have a grocery store, but it is small and expensive. Stock up before arriving!
Overall, this was a good place to stay. Our rate is Good Sam. We would stay here again. - wandrr
Sep 2015 - $29.00
The young man who checked us in was very professional and provided very good information for us regarding Grand Staircase-Escalante. The site was fine but a little narrow, essentially no "outside" space for you to enjoy. Just enough for our rig, so no patio, picnic table, etc. There was a little shade. Easy to pick up lots of over the air TV stations. Free WiFi worked well. Restrooms and showers were very clean and nice. The laundry was nice but they only had large capacity washers at $3.50 or $4.00 per load. Driveways and sites are gravel/dirt. - Coopsecondact
Jul 2015 - $26.00
Only 22 sites, 7 with Elec & Water. $25.00 for Elec site, all others $19.00. Very nice, pleasant surprise! - Destinations
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Our rate includes Reserve America booking fees. This is a very small but beautiful, green park in a red rock canyon on a lovely reservoir with only a few sites with electric and water (no sewer). We had site 21 which fit our 30 ft travel trailer. The setting was beautiful. The restrooms were very clean. The showers, individual rooms, were very clean also. The road and sites are paved and most have a nice covered picnic table, BBQ grill and fire pit. It looks like they may be expanding. There is petrified wood to see in an easy walking loop, and a hiking trail up the canyon walls to a larger area to see the petrified forest. A large group of noisy rowdy boys who rudely walked through other's campsites was a big negative for us. The ranger should have addressed the issue. The dump station was out of order when we were there. - R&S
May 2015 - $19.00
We arrived at the park around 10:00 am but they had no openings. Suggested we return at 4:30 pm and they could put us in the overflow area that serves as their day use area right on the shore of the reservoir. This park has water and electric but the overflow did not. But we were right on the shore and woke up with two deer right at our door. Had to be out by 10:00 the next morning and could check on vacancy at 9:00 but we elected to head out to the next park in the morning. Showers and bathrooms looked to be almost brand new. Most sites also included a covered eating area. We walked the campground and we think larger rigs might have a problem fitting into the sites. We would use this option again. - travlinphoolz