20 RV Parks near Glendale, Utah
Sep 2017 - $38.00
This is an older park and the spaces are real close together. My neighbor's water connection was at my front door. Some grass but mostly dirt and dust but it was convenient for our stay about 49 miles to Brice Canyon and about 34 mile to Zion. - JR 108
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Nice park if you're visiting Zion or Bryce Canyon Nat'l Parks. Not really large, so suggest you make reservation at least 24 hrs ahead. Saw them turn 5 away before 6 pm because they were full. We had a 50 amp FHU on a fairly level gravel site with grass around us. Trees have really grown since we were here last, so good shade. Our Verizon cells didn't work (required a credit card), and we couldn't get our antenna to bring in the local networks, but most were using satellite. WIFI was mediocre but reliable. Sites were pretty close, but we could still put our large awning out completely. - User1723
Jun 2017 - $38.00
This is an excellent place to stay for taking advantage of Bryce and Zion National Parks. It is a small family run park that is grass sites and gravel roads. Sites are a little close together, but not to the point where you cannot put out your awning or slides ... or enjoy sitting outside. There was enough room for parking our towed vehicle beside our motorhome at our site. The hookups are conveniently located and worked without any problems. Strong water pressure so carry a pressure regulator. WiFi is excellent. Phone reception, not so much so. While we were there the family was busy working away at a number of improvements. They care for the park and guests making it a splendid place to stay. We will definitely stay here again. - Riptorn
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Easy to find, quiet, well maintained and clean. Very friendly helpful staff, very clean laundry, sites were not spacious but roomy enough, glad to have grass for a change. Easy access to both Zion and Brice Canyon which were amazing! Will be back! - PBennett
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Stayed here to visit Bryce Canyon. It is an older KOA but kept up. Friendly staff, wonderful scenery and friendly horses who loved our carrots. Sites were a little unlevel, front to back, but doable. - whaler25
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Looks like a former KOA that lost its title affiliation. Great location between Bruce Canyon & Zions Nat'l parks. Was quaint with horses grazing next to the campground. The WiFi signal was worse than horrible and the TV access was nothing. When there, you are isolated from the world. We have Verizon and we could not even make or recieve phone calls at camp. It that is your thing, you will love it here. If you must work remotely while traveling, you will get nothing done here. - MichaelRay
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This small RV park and motel is not real well signed, and GPS won't get you there. So pay attention to the directions the owners send you. Also, we had trouble finding the site numbers, which are on the electric boxes. Most of the sites are well-shaded and all have full hook ups. Since there are only 10 sites, no one is far from the bathroom or the highway. However, the noise from the highway didn't bother us.
This park is part of a working ranch, and we enjoyed watching the comings and goings of the workers as well as seeing the cattle and horses in the fields. The grounds could use a little upkeep in terms of marking the sites with numbers and painting picnic tables.
We have a small RV, but there were very large RVs in most of the sites, so they were fairly close together. We would definitely stay here again when visiting Zion, Bryce Canyon, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and other sites near Mt Carmel. - Eldereaglewatchers
Sep 2017 - $29.00
Nice little park easy to get to but the sites can be a little tricky to get into with a big rig. We had a level site next to the road with some grass but most are all dirt. The road noise was loud at times but quieted down at night. No 50 amps or cable but our Verizon cellular worked fine and we used our satellite system. Owners are very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. - dandg
May 2016 - $35.00
Small park. Downside was road noise over Memorial Day weekend. Shady trees, good table. Close to east entrance of Zion. Very friendly long term campers. Bathroom is just one stall, one shower. No laundry. Motel and cabin both looked very clean and pleasant. It is a Post Office, too! - Sharman
Apr 2013 - $16.00
This park is right on the junction of Highway 89 and SR 9 leading to Zion NP east entrance. Check in is at the Shell gas station. It's just a place to park your rig with full hookups and explore the area. No restrooms, no showers. Road noise throughout the day, almost none from 8 pm to 6 am. Weekends are more busy traffic wise. The parking lot is gravel and dirt, looks pretty run down, but everything works fine. Hookups in the right place, no WiFi, no cable. We asked for the WiFi password for the motel across the street and received it for free. So we had excellent WiFi. I needed to prune one tree at our site a little to prevent branches from screeching on the roof during the night. Overall not an appealing location, but cheap and with easy access to Zion. We enjoyed our daily commuting drive into the park, saving $15 for the tunnel each day. - TheSchweitzers
Sep 2017 - $18.00
The campground is run by the Best Western across the street. $25 per night but if you pay for a week it's $18 a night. The sites are FHU back in on stones; grassy area behind with Virgin River down the hill behind the sites. Laundry, restaurant at BW. They offer WiFi but it was virtually unusable. Cell tower on hill but only for AT&T; no Verizon service. Golf course behind BW to walk dogs. - Kerch Family
Aug 2017 - $16.00
We enjoyed this park. This park is a side road park across from the Best Western. You make the reservations with BW. PROs: 1. Just outside of east entrance of Zion - which provides you great views of sheep and deer on your way in. 2. There are 11 sites. 2 sites are permanent residents - leaving 9 available. One has 50 amp (Site #9), all others are 30 amp. The great thing about this park is that it is just down the road from the East entrance of Zion. The park is all back in and 9 of the 11 sites will handle big rigs (over 40'). 3. You back up against a river which is down below several feet, so no chance of flooding. Behind the RVs there is a 5 ft green grass which was great for dogs. 4. Since there are no amenities at this park, you can go across the street to the Best Western and use the pool and spa. Plus you can use the golf course. 5. Staff at the Best Western was very nice and funny so that was a great check in. CONS 1. If you need a 50 amp and site 9 is taken you will have to use 30 amp slots. 2. No amenities but you can go across to Best Western and use their bathrooms, pool and golf course. 3. Sites are first come, first serve so there are no reservations for any specific site. Overall, we would come back to this park. Very quiet and accessible to Zion. Made our trips fun and we got to go through the Mile Long tunnel to get to the Visitor's Center. - CiminoAdv
Jun 2017 - $22.00
What a sad excuse for an RV Park. All electric service was 30 amp except for one. The two perms both has issues with sketchy behavior or noisy dogs The office (located across the six lane highway at the Best Western ) tried to overcharge me $10 over my reserved price . No cable, no OTA. Luckily the WI FI was good enough to use Netflix . Other than its proximity to Zion NP there is little in the way of positives for this sad little piece of land. - dhaney1944
Jul 2016 - $30.00
As others have mentioned, these are 2 sites set quite a bit away from everything else in the park. Which makes them very quiet and secluded! The roads were easy to navigate with a larger rig, the site was level and the hook ups were easy. The only complicating issue was a handrail at the back of the pad. I don't know why it was there, but you had to make sure your rig was skirting the opposite edge of the pad if you had rear slides to deploy. The scenery was breathtaking but we didn't get to enjoy it as much as we had hoped due to the swarms of mosquitoes. - wookiemouse
Jul 2015 - $39.00
As other reviewers noted, it's wilderness camping with full hook-up. The scenery is of breathtaking beauty. This being an RV park with only two sites, it's difficult to find a more private RV park than here. If you happen to have quiet neighbors on the other site, the peace and serenity is hard to beat.
The RV park is inside and part of Angel Canyon, the home of Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. So many things the RV park itself lacks (like a shop, restrooms, WiFi access, cabins, cottages and more) are available in other parts of the sanctuary's wide spread facilities. However, it is about 1 mile from the park to the sanctuary's visitor center. So since this is an RV park review, the following comments only refer to the RV park itself.
The correct coordinates for the entrance of the park are Lat. 37.11387 and Long. -112.54805.
Info for big rigs: the length of site #1's concrete pad is 29.5 ft. between the front end and where the rear tires hit the stopper (27.5 ft. for site #2). There is 19 ft. space from the stopper to the fence, so even a sizeable overhang should fit in (12 ft. for site #2).
Communication: WiFi signal from the close-by cabins is too weak. We tried with an outdoor WiFi booster, but to no avail. So you need to get along with cellular service. On our travels, we use T-Mobile for voice and a Verizon Jetpack for Internet. Verizon gave us 3G service inside the coach and we roamed with our phones over AT&T with about two bars. However, for a solid phone call we needed to get out of the coach. Only after we installed our cell phone booster (with a trucker antenna), we got a faint signal from T-Mobile (too weak to be meaningfull, though), but 4-5 bars on AT&T and solid 4G/LTE data over Verizon.
The park is close to Kanab (10-15 minutes). We spent a whole week here and enjoyed it thoroughly. - Srdpty
Oct 2014 - $39.00
We have stayed here the last two years while we volunteer at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. We love the peaceful star studded nights and beautiful canyon views during the day. You have full hook-ups, 50 amp, water, sewer and a cement pad with a small patio and picnic table next to your space. There are some Juniper trees, bushes and cacti in-between the sites but the pads are staggered so it gives you a little more privacy. Both sites are back in but easy to maneuver. Close to the highway but no street noise and nothing but peace and quiet after the sun goes down. Pet friendly but there are burrs and stickers so fur baby feet beware. Some deer pass through the sites and turkeys are nearby. We reserve site 2 as the pad is a little longer so our 45’ fits with the jacks on cement. A 15 minute ride to the town of Kanab with grocery shopping, restaurants, hardware store and post office among other things. An hour away from Zion and a bit longer to Bryce, both worth visiting. Great Verizon reception, WiFi and TV through our satellite. These sites stay full so book early. We book a year in advance. - PERRELLAS
Aug 2017 - $17.00
You enter off of Hwy 89 at the intersection with Hwy 14. There is a Chevron station on one corner and a road maintenance yard across the street. You may think you have turned onto the wrong road - we did - but you haven't. Drive past the maintenance yard and continue down a long gravel road for about 2 miles. Go slow as there were many pot holes the day we drove it. There are signs along the way to guide you. As you can probably imagine it is very quiet here. The campground is a part of the Lutheran Camping Association of the Southwest. It is a mix of full hook up RV sites to primitive tent sites and cabins. Check in was fast and they have lots of local info to share. The sites are very large, both long and wide. We were in site 12, gravel with grass and a picnic table. We had full hookups and no issues with any of them. WiFi is very weak unless you are by the office. Our Verizon signal was okay and our hotspot worked fine. There is a baseball field, playground, community room with a kitchen and a fridge if you need it. Bathrooms and laundry were clean - the laundry only had one of each machine. Mule deer visit the park every morning and evening. There is plenty of places to walk a dog. We stayed August 7-14, 2017 and paid $17.10 a night with a combination of a Passport America discount and weekly rate. You are about half way between Arches National Park and Zion National Park - we suggest you check out the Red Canyon as well. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Our rate reflects a PA discount and having a 'good attitude'. The campground is small and the sites are pull-throughs and mostly level, grass and spacious. It's very quiet and the campground hosts, Karen and Carl, are extremely nice and accommodating. The only negative aspect is the 2 mile dirt/gravel road leading into the park but is certainly not a reason not to stay here. Our toad was completely covered with dust but we were allowed to wash both vehicles. We enjoyed our stay so much that we extended it twice. - Sheena123
Jun 2016 - $15.00
This campground is set back two miles from Hwy. 89, reached by traveling NO MORE than 15 mph (about 10 minutes) on a gravel road. Set as a church camp, it is open to the public if space is available. Camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. Wifi is available, and a donation to further its ability is accepted, but use of it is severely limited to standing virtually next to the router for a signal. Sites are spacious with full hookup, located on gravel over grass. Because the trip into the grounds can raise a lot of dust on your vehicle, there is no objection to washing the rig. A"community" fire ring is on the grounds. - SeenAll50
Jun 2009 - $33.00
I guess I'll start with the good part. The park is high up in the mountains in a beautiful setting. It's heavily wooded and cool in the summer. The RV sites are poorly marked and nearly impossible to find after dark. Once you locate the sites are difficult to distinguish one from the other. These sites are right on top of one another, and leave little to no room for your tow vehicle. The layout of the park is pretty much a jumbled mess of private cabins, permanent campsites, rental houses, play grounds and group function areas. I'm never sure if I'm walking in someone's back yard or on public use areas. Overall, we are very disappointed and will probably not stay here again. - Brian and Jenny
Jun 2007 - $25.00
Lovely location, but dirt and some gravel sites. Spaces are very tight and ours (#5) required quite a bit of maneuvering to get enough room for both glides to open. This must be the ATV capital of the world. The city has marked ATV trails and sells maps of the trial system. Good if you like ATVs. - ms883
May 2006 - $39.00
This resort is in the subdivision called Color Country just outside of Duck Creek Village, Utah. The resort was under construction during our stay, but we aren't sure exactly what will be changed. I believe they were upgrading the RV sites, which can only make the place better. When we were here the sites were fairly narrow and a little difficult to ingress and egress from. We stayed in a 55' spot that allowed us to keep the truck and trailer hooked up, but I wouldn't say these were pull through. We weren't able to put out our awning but that was ok because the park is loaded with huge pine trees. The staff was very friendly and accommodating when we decided to cut our reservation short by a day. (This had nothing to do with the RV park). This is a great spot for ATV's and Dirt Bike's. From the area you can access an extensive trail system that is all marked (maps available in the general store at Duck Creek). We thought the price per night was a little high (full hookups in Panguitch Lake for approx. $25/night), but I think that had to do with the location on the park (in a very upscale area of Duck Creek/Color Country). The weekly rate makes the nightly breakdown comprable to other RV parks. This is also one of the few parks in the area with full hookups. We would definitely stay here again. Oh, and as of May 2006 they did not charge for Wi-Fi access or pets staying in the RV park. - F250_Lab_Taxi
Jul 2010 - $12.00
We stayed here last year for an overnight and chose to do it again this year. This is a Forest Service campground ran by a contractor. Great campground. Fishing in the area with a pond that people fish in within walking distance. Hiking trails take off from the campground. Family friendly area. - Mariposa Paul
Jun 2010 - $12.00
We used this as a base for visiting Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. Approaching from West of the park on US-14 made me a bit nervous: narrow road, steep grades and declines, and many twists/turns. However our Class A towing a CRV did just fine. We pulled into Duck Creek and immediately liked it. For us in a MH, the "A" loop was perfect: great site, nice restroom, and good roads. Campground Host was very helpful. No electricity available (or other hookups). No cell phone or internet available either. Easy drive to Zion and to Bryce from campground: use Hwy 14 going East from the campground to get to Hwy 89. Convenience store/supplies found for reasonable prices at Hwy 14 & Hwy 89 intersection. - AndersonFamily
Aug 2009 - $6.00
If this lovely campground had hook-ups, we would live here as much as rules would allow. Now a 16-day max but I don't know if that means you must wait a certain amount of days before coming back. No water or sewer, but there is a good dump station and fresh water fill station. Loop A has some good RV sites with paved pads and patios. Loop D has an ATV coral that is part of the massive ATV trail system in the area. While nearby Las Vegas and Salt Lake City have temps in the 100's, it is only in the low 70's here. There are some really wonderful sites suited for everything from tent campers to big rig RV'ers. Everyone is friendly. Great group sites. Rating of 8 has to do with no water/sewer. - GailG
Apr 2017 - $53.00
Terrible camp, but close to East Entrance to Zion. Worth it?? Questionable. several camps near Mt Carmel Junction that might be a better option. Dump outlet was about 8" above ground which made if difficult to use. Good wifi at the great laundry, lounge and hot showers. Probably the only redeeming factor. A little effort by the owners could make this a really nice park. Pull through sites on the upper end were 59.00. - Bob Nelson
Sep 2016 - $48.00
Worst campground we've stayed at. The actual name of the campground on the sign is Hi-Road Campgeounds. Their address came up in our GPS as 14 miles off of its actual location which is about 1 mile from the east entrance to Zion. We couldn't get cell service to even call them to get directions so used a phone at a service station in Mount Carmel. No cell service. No wifi. No tv. The pull through site had a huge hole about 2 feet in diameter in the gravel that we had to fill in with gravel to pull our rig out safely. The only way I would ever stay at this campground again is if I wanted to tent camp with no amenities. The price was outrageous for what we got. No Good Sam or other discounts. The campground revolves around its retail store on the other side of the highway which is also where you have to check in. Awful experience! - Carole S
May 2016 - $38.00
We camped here 1 night while visiting Zion. One rain day kept us in the park, which we found had enough to explore on it's own!
The campground is spacious, especially the pull through sites a bit up the hill on the east. Other sites are less secluded, but still plenty of room, with shade. We had full hook ups and everything worked fine. Campground has a few short hikes - to a slot canyon, as well as a look out, and some caves a little on the eastern side. Horses in front friendly, and the kids in the campground loved them. Lots of tent sites also. It is all very sandy, which may explain the bathroom complaints. No cell phone coverage in the area, but good wifi in the pleasant cafe across the street. Love being on the east side of the park, no crowds, views as good as in the park itself. Would stay here again. - sam and hope