26 Parks near Hatch, Utah
594 US Hwy 89 at Mile Marker 117 Hatch, Utah 84735 (map) | (435) 735-4223
Sites: 63 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 19 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $1.00
We were the last group before the winter closing and a stated rebuild. Hope they do, as many sites had badly wired electric. Some had no water. To put it nicely, this place was a mess. The sites were pull thru's on dirt but they were easy in and out and somewhat level. The road from the office/old restaurant/parking lot to the rv parking is short but steep and very rutted. Hopefully that will also get fixed. - peddy dick
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We are not sure this is a place to stay for even one night. Arrived in afternoon, and no one was there. Office was closed and sign said they would be back later. No one showed until early evening. The roads in the park are un-kept. The main road into the park is uneven gravel. Weeds are 2 feet tall. Half of the sites are taped off because something is wrong with the electric. Very few 50amp sites. They advertise 70ft pull-thru's, but my motorhome and dinghy run 60ft, and we took up all the space. You will get noise from Hwy 89. No cable and Wi-Fi was marginal. Drive past this place and keep on moving!! - hawkandmegan
Jun 2016 - $32.00
This park is clearly being renovated by new owners, who are very accommodating. There are sites by a lovely little river and lots of large pull-thrus. Level sites. Near to Bryce. - pemichongan
Jun 2011 - $30.00
Truly in need of some TLC. The only reason I give it a 3 is because the folks there are very nice and helpful. The park itself is a 1. Would not stay again. - corinnelogan
Jun 2011 - $25.00
A great location within driving distance of Bryce and Zion National Parks. Beautiful location and very quiet. Remote from any towns and very, very quiet. Nearby golf course. This park has "25" 50/30 Amp Full hookups. There are no Restrooms, Showers or Laundry room. It is a mile off the highway down a well maintained dirty road. (Follow signs to Air & RV Park - not Golf Course). Rates are $25 per Night $125 per week (Cash or Check Only). If Park Host is not available, take any open site. - David Slatter
Jul 2009 - $25.00
Hard to rate because we were unable to find anyone at the RV park to talk with. We went to the camp host's rv and tried to contact them. I heard noise inside the trailer but no one came to the door. The park is remote and could be a nice place, maybe, but they seem not to be interested in customers. The rate, as stated on the fence was $25. - donjudy
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Now owned by Forever Resorts, which also has the concession to operate the lodge at Bryce Canyon, this is a small park with limited sites. The first four or five pull-through sites have trees, however they may restrict use of slides. The lady at the office is very pleasant, efficient and informative. As others have stated, you pick your own site. The sites big enough for a big rig are at the upper part of the park, are gravel/dirt, and easily accessed. We had no trouble leveling. There is one bath house, which was clean, at the upper end of the park. There are several grass areas to walk dogs and a few tent sites. You will get a great preview of the beautiful red rock formations in Red Canyon from the RV park. It is a couple of miles from the park to the visitor center for Red Canyon, and 15 miles from Bryce Canyon. Due to the high temperature, we elected to drive through Bryce Canyon to the end (Rainbow Point) then on the return trip stopped at all of the overlooks. Awesome views and rock formations. We also took advantage of the closeness to Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument - a must visit. There is no end to the dirt/gravel roads you can drive to various view sites. We chose to drive to Devils Garden and walk among the hoodoos. They are amazing rock formations and worth the trip. Note - the road has sections that are like washboards, but passable for all but the lowest slung vehicle. We could have spent a few more days checking out this park but our schedule didn't allow. - Don & Candy
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Gravel lots - needs a little leveling of the RV. Close to the highway but you have to be real sensitive to noise for the road noise to bother you. The people are really helpful and friendly. Good central location for both Bryce and Zion canyons. - Cahon
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Nice little campground about 15 miles from Bryce Canyon NP. Patios, firepit and small BBQ's at each site. Friendly staff and a great value. - Ken Lee
5375 Hwy 12 Panguitch, Utah 84759 (map) | (435) 676-2676
Sites: 37 | Latest Rate: $9.00 | 17 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $9.00
This campground is a true gem! The spaces were huge (a nice respite after several weeks of staying in parks where you were very close to your neighbor) and clean, the setting beautiful, and the proximity to hiking trails and Bryce excellent.
When we drove in, the CG host was cleaning out a fire pit, but came over to greet us and recommend spaces long enough for our rig. She was very pleasant and set us off in the right mood for a great stay. The spot she recommended had lots of room and was off the highway, so we found it very quiet and enjoyable. We did not experience any road noise at all. Dump station location is very convenient, as it is close to the entrance with a very wide concrete driveway for easy access.
It was a bit challenging to get DISH to work due to being in a canyon, but with a little perseverance, I was able to get to 119, which gave us all we needed. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jun 2016 - $36.00
What a beautiful setting! A mini Bryce Canyon without the crowds. Since we were traveling with relatives in a separate camper, we took one of the double sites that don't allow Senior/Access Pass discounts. It was worth the extra fee. Although the campground is near the highway, noise wasn't a problem (lots of trees helped with screening). Flush toilets and clean showers were nearby. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The only negative for me was that a curved access road on a hill was only one lane wide. Could be a problem if meeting another rig. - Desert Beacon
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Beautiful location close to Bryce Canyon. There is a busy highway close but pretty quiet at night. We stayed fairly far back away from the highway. The grounds are very clean. There are hot showers. The scenery is lovely. - blackstoneburro
Jul 2008 - $6.00
Golden Age pass. Guide says 32 foot maximum RV length, but we had no problem with a 37 foot fifth wheel. Close to lake recreation area, so reservations needed or check with camp host. Dump station well in front of camp, very easy in and out. Mature trees, bushes, lots of shade alongside creek. Lots of fish in the creek. Some road noise, most blocked by vegetation. Long gravel sites, picnic tables, fire rings. Bathrooms were only of medium cleanliness, no toilet paper. Not checked while we were there. No showers. The host site at the entrance was quite slovenly, with junk spread all around. - rambeau
Nov 2016 - $30.00
While this little RV Park might be a little more rustic than some of the high-dollar RV resorts you've been to but it is an awesome place to hang your hat if you are in Kanab - especially if you are here for a few days of trail riding or just passing through and need space just for the night.
We were welcomed and immediately made to feel at home by the owners and camp hosting team. The restroom/shower facilities were spotless and well maintained. There are several eateries within walking distance, with a great old-fashioned burger restaurant and a McDonalds right across the street.
We spent several days here enjoying the awesome trails and breath-taking scenery of Hog Canyon, Johnson Canyon, and The Grand Staircase Escalante, covering over 250 miles of trails in 3 days. Johnson Canyon Road, (8 miles from the RV park on SR 89) will take you on a very scenic 50 plus mile ride through the back country to Cannonville. 4WD Recommended, but saw many regular cars on the trail.
Many thanks to the owners and camp hosts. A very special thanks to camp hosts who led us up Hog Canyon to that beautiful overlook. We had a fantastic time with all of you. Thanks for the wonderful hospitality... We will see you again, of that we are sure.
We were a total of 67 feet long. Had my 6.5 x 14 feet UTV trailer attached to the 5th wheel. Had to disconnect my tow vehicle. We're in the only oversized pull thru at the park.
This is an older park, so it's smaller, and a little more rustic, but they accommodated large DP's and other 5th Wheels with extra trailers.
They also have cabins. And it's great for overnighters, too. Lots of rental RV's with European tourists in and out on a daily basis. - Arizona Flying Dutchman
Oct 2016 - $32.00
Kanab was packed when we arrived, and just by luck we were able to get the last site at Hitch N Post. It is a very small park, with just about the nicest and friendliest hosts - Doug and Susan- you could ever find. We have a big rig, and were able to maneuver into a very nice level spot. Great wifi, and lovely park neighbors. - COGlampers
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Quite compact park, but well maintained. Service was stellar! Couple who manages the place is pleasant and very helpful. Utilities were convenient and reliable. . Lots of shade, good gravel road surfaces. - SeeTheUSA
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Located just on the edge of this very small town it is a very nice campground. Lots of in and out overnighters but, no long time campers. Has cabins, large rentalable tents, and tent camping sights. Pull through sights are a little close and a tree in our sight kept us from fully opening our awning. WiFi a bit slow at times, Verizon weak.
Staff is fantastic folks always working on maintenance and improvements. Very quite area. The town of Panquitch is very quaint. Some dust problems but, for the location for sightseeing in the area this was a great stay. - Larry Jenkins
May 2016 - $40.00
I find KOAs to be pricey. Level, sunny site with full hookups and pleasant check-in. Well stocked convenience store. Dog run and playground. A ways from any activities in town. There's a central pavillion but not individual fire pits. - AGalinAZ
Sep 2015 - $39.00
Our main concern is Wi-Fi and pets, and this campground delivered on both. Nice pet area with enclosed off leash area as well as good Wi-Fi during our stay, minor disconnect issues and some lag but good by some campground standards. Restrooms a little on the older side so hard to tell how clean they are as some of it may be permanent staining. - crmn62
Jun 2009 - $28.00
Small rustic RV Park on a slope with views of the lake. The people are great. Small lodge with a restaurant. Fishing is the main draw to this RV park, which has a small marina where you can rent a boat if you don't have one. - Michael Kibler
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
Jul 2014 - $25.00
This "park" is down a 2 mile long dirt road. It is a surprise when you arrive though because you are camped with full hookups in a very remote setting. However, your rig will be filthy and also your tow if you have one. The manager did say to use all the water we wanted to wash them off (which we did) but then we got covered in dirt again on the day we pulled out. There is WiFi but you have to be parked close to the office and no rigs in between you to get it. Our Verizon Jetpak didn't even work as we couldn't get even a 3G signal. Verizon cell phones only worked on roaming and service was spotty. There's one gas/convenience store in Long Valley Junction so don't expect much. If you can handle the dirt on the rig and the inconvenience of having no WiFi or cell, this is a great home base to explore the area from. We went to Bryce and Zion while staying here. - Pride5th
Jul 2015 - $8.00
Another great NFS campground next to a large reservoir stocked. Beware the site sizes listed on Recreation.gov. We reserved #48 and it is NOT suitable for coaches over 35': the site may be big enough, but the access is not, as the scarred trees attest. We changed to #20 which is supposed to be a 30' back in site, but we pulled in head to with our 43' coach and had plenty of space. - bobcovey