Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $15.00
Campground is clean and lots are gravel. There are shaded spots, but not many. We were told there were only 5 sites for Coast to Coast members. Only one of them is shaded and that was taken. They refused to give us a shaded spot elsewhere even though there were plenty available. They charge and extra $3 per night for an activity fee. Problem is there were no activities, but we had to pay anyway. Many of the staff members were friendly, but one looked like she had been weaned on sour lemons. Not friendly at all. The campground has very nice cabins, a pool, laundry room, clean showers and bathrooms, shuffleboard, putt putt golf course, and large TV in the activity room where no activities were held! Campground is close to Zion National Park, but is over 100 miles to Bryce Canyon. Park is close to Hurricane where there are lots of restaurants and a Walmart. Campground has Wi-Fi but we could never get a signal. I tried with my hot spot and still couldn't get a signal, so don't count on getting one. We had to go to McDonald's in Hurricane to get a connection. There are plenty of places to walk the dog that are off to the side of the campground. They do have a dog area and a small playground for children. I would probably stay for a night because of Passport America and the fact that it is right off I-15 so there is easy access. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Located right off of I-15, although we were rarely bothered by road noise. Some reviews state difficult access from the south; however, we noted two solutions to this: 1) There is a newly built exit just north of the KOA, 2) If you take the Hurricane exit from the south, just take that road and turn left towards Quail Creek State Park, which is a shortcut that comes out right next to the KOA and will avoid the gravel road mentioned. The park staff were friendly and hosted a free family movie night, a free pancake breakfast, and a build-your-own-sundae for $1 while we were there. The office was being remodeled so check-in was located in the game room, which was a little weird but they made it work. The pool was open and clean. We used the pool, the playground, the tennis courts, the clubhouse, and shuffleboard and all were satisfactory. The bath house was HUGE and was clean every time I went in. The park has a large hillside right behind it, which makes for a few unlevel sites towards the back, but to us, it appeared that sites 10-63 were level. We were in site #19 and had no issues other than our cable didn't work. A staffer tried to resolve the issue unsuccessfully, but we weren't going to move sites over it when we were only there for three nights. The Wi-Fi was down while we were there, possibly due to the remodel, but the check-in host offered a $2/day credit without me even saying anything. Our rate at $28/night is lower than listed because, upon arrival, we were informed that we had enough points for a free night and she applied that discount. Overall, we enjoyed our stay, had no complaints, and would consider staying here again. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the cleanest parks we ever stayed in. Lots of showers and sinks and a 1st class laundry. Our site however was narrow for a two slide out RV and not very level. Understand that there are only so many sites for RIP so choice was limited. WiFi was down still and Verizon service was poor. We would stay here again. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $40.00
The sites in this park are very hard to level in and are only about 15 feet wide gravel since you share a common area with another site (picnic table too). We had to position our slide between utilities to fit and had to unhook. The clubhouse is down the hill from the RV park but is new and has a nice laundry facility. Staff seems friendly, but did not know how wide the sites were when we called. Although the park during one of the nights we were there was virtually empty, they put everyone on top of each other. Sites are all gravel with lots of weeds and foxtails so watch your pets. We won't go back unless it is the last resort. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $24.00
Great campground especially if you have kids. Near freeway so some road noise but easily accessed from freeway. Campground mostly gravel and sites are somewhat uneven because campground is on a hill. Lots of activities for kids and the staff was super accommodating. WiFi was not functional so we received a slight discount off of nightly rate. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $20.00
Do not know how this park keeps its KOA affiliation much less RPI Preferred (rate shown). No level sites, trees extending over sites, loud Interstate road noise, extremely hard to get to, and manager suffers from Barney Fife Syndrome. Save yourself a lot of trouble and stay somewhere else. This location is far from Zion NP and useless. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $34.00
Sites are very narrow with uneven terrain. Some campers had to move more than once to find a site suitable for their rigs. Lots of freeway noise. Clean showers, pet friendly, friendly staff. I camped there for the Senior Games. It was 15 minutes from my venue which was very convenient. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $37.00
We recently stayed here for three days because we wanted to explore St. George Utah. We were disappointed and would not come back. This campground is a KOA so it had an easy reservation and check-in process. The price to stay here was not that expensive, which is good because if we had paid more I would have asked for a refund and left. This RV campground is all gravel, which is annoying, but what is worst is that many of the spots are on a sharp hill and very narrow with uneven terrain. The spot we had, 104, had about six feet between our spot and our neighbors on 1 side and three feet on the other side. The spots are so tight that one overnight fifth wheel hit the cable box as they pulled in and struggled to squeeze around the tree on the other side. Our spot was at a very sharp angle and our leveling jacks struggled to get our RV flat. When we left we could not connect our Jeep at our spot, we had to drive the RV to another location to connect. Very inconvenient. Our spot had full hookups and there were no issues; hence, I can give these place two stars. The surprising "feature" of this park that I have never seen is that there is one sewer connection with two inlets. I imagine if our neighbors dumped at the same time we did we would cause a mess. Tengo provided WiFi. During our stay, it "worked" which is to say I could surf the web, but there were many interruptions and the link was not reliable enough to hold conference calls as part of my job. The playground was new, but placed near a sharp drop and not well thought out. The kids enjoyed it but my blood pressure was a bit high. The RV campground is also very difficult to get to from I-15 unless you are coming from the North. If you are coming from the south, there is a very sharp corner off the freeway and finding your way back to the freeway is a 3-5 mile bumpy ride. The RV campground shares a small valley with the Interstate, so you do hear some noise rattling throughout the night. The laundry facility is nice, the machines are newer, and there were a good number of machines available. This was a positive for the RV campground. Would I recommend this park? No, not at all. Will we come back? Absolutely not. I would consider a level Walmart parking lot before visiting again. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $36.00
Park is and well maintained. They are continuing improvements. Park is on a hill, but sites are pretty level. Nice view. Remote compared to other parks near Zion NP. We left after one night, because they list Wi-Fi, but don't plan on it. It is Tengo Internet, which is usually pretty bad. When I asked about Wi-Fi, the owner had a funny look on his face and it was then I decided to pay for just one night. Glad I did. Talked to others they couldn't get Wi-Fi either. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $41.00
This park was the 1st stop on our 1st adventure. After driving 600+ miles we were ready to set-up and rest. The campground sites were not very well marked (this seems to be standard for many KOA's). There were a few shady spots, but most sites were full sun. All sites are very narrow. The office was easily accessible, but the actual sites were up a steep hill. All sites seemed to not be level. We stayed here in September and in the evening vicious mosquitoes arrived! Would stay at this park again only if necessary. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
This camp is part of Resort Parks International and KOA. Our rate was the former. We paid $3 a day extra for 50 amp and $2 a day extra for combination of wifi and cable TV. We stayed here 6 nights. Good location for exploring Zion, Snow Canyon, St. George,etc. There is freeway noise. Restrooms, pool and spa were clean. Yes, there is a lake nearby, but you can't see it from camp. The pull through campsites are about 40' total. Our 30' motorhome fit OK, with room for the car. Most of the sites are sloped front to back so bring boards or leveling blocks. Most sites are side by side with shared hookup pedestals. Some have trees for shade; a few have grass. It would be worth the time to ask to walk or drive the sites before checking in and request what looks best for you. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
This is a park in transition, having recently been taken over by the KOA system. Sites were level and gravel - and as some have stated, very close together. We had a pull through which fit our 40' motor home, and it was a bit tight with people next door. Inviting pool area with shuffleboard, mini golf in the front of the park, and extremely friendly staff. Walking distance to Red Rock Recreation area and trails. Little noise from freeway. We only stayed one night due to the fact that they had no working Wi-Fi and no cellular service for our Verizon Mifi. AT&T phone worked well. This has the potential to be a very nice park if they put a little elbow grease into fixing up the RV sites to make them more quality oriented - rather than quantity oriented. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $30.00
We are leaving this sorry-excuse for an RV park today! And believe it or not, somehow they managed to become a KOA! A definite black mark for the KOA community of campgrounds! We chose to stay here because KOA is generally a very safe & reliable choice when travelling. Not so with this nightmare! This is the first time that we actually considered moving to Walmart as a more comfortable option. The sites are, to say the very least, narrow – which is why I changed the “big rig access” option to NO. We spent almost 30 mins juggling our 40' motorhome back, forth & sideways in order to be able to get our slides out. Now they're out, we can't walk between our bus & the one next to us on the hook-up side! Hubby forgot to turn the tap on & I was the only one who could squeeze under the slide to get to the faucet! On our other side, we have a tree. Which our opposite slide is almost touching. And with that slide out, we can't possibly put out chairs to enjoy the sunshine! If we did, we'd be in our neighbour's site! So we're restricted to being indoors or going elsewhere. We should have known there was going to be a problem when we arrived at this "park". A couple walking past said to me, "If that's your rig, and clearly it is, I hope you brought a shoehorn!" Never a good thing to hear when you arrive! Let's get past the site size & mention the huge lie in the KOA book! States this park is on the shores of Quail Lake, "a few short steps to the water from your site". My husband & I walked the dog for over an hour last night - all around the so-called resort. If it's on a lake, we couldn't find it! We did take a drive & found the lake is a few miles away, but certainly not attached to this park. We spend enough time travelling that we've managed to be presented with a VIP card from KOA. If this was the first KOA we ever stayed in, we would never ever have stayed in another! This is not what I expect from KOA, and I intend to send a letter to their head office. We had wanted to spend about a week in the St. George, UT area. We're stuck with 3 nights because we committed, & with all our efforts to get into this site, it's just too big a headache to relocate. Our mistake, was based on what we usually find with a KOA. With all that negativity, the only positive thing I can say about this KOA is this: the nice fellow at the office took my diplomatic rant well, and we had a good conversation about this park's shortcomings & my disappointment. No offers to compensate or attempt a site upgrade (not sure there is such a thing as a "better" site here!), but he did claim to understand my complaint! Avoid this park at all costs! Seriously, as much as I despise the Walmart parking lot, there's more space & privacy than there is here! And it's probably closer to the lake! We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $32.00
This older campground is just coming into the KOA system. It is actually located in Leeds, UT, a few miles north of and above St George, where the days and nights aren’t quite so hot. The fairly level gravel sites are arrayed in tiers up a slope. Although all sorts of rigs were present, some of the spaces might be a driving challenge for big rigs. The comfortable restroom/shower facilities (the Mens’ room had 6 showers, 8 sinks, 2 stalls and 2 urinals) are clean, and have recently been repainted. The staff was cheerful, friendly, helpful, efficient, and gave good advice on local places. We did not try the WiFi. The guests were quiet and friendly. There is a little night time traffic noise from the freeway about ¼ mile across the canyon. One caution: the campground is not exactly “on the shore of Quail Creek Lake”, but there are plenty of other things to do. Photographers will enjoy the abandoned historic stone buildings, and the Silver Reef Café on the other end of Leeds is a very good soup/salad/sandwich place (my salad had lots of big chunks of blue cheese in the blue cheese dressing), with some neat western art. We travel with an Aliner popup trailer and a dog, and will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $19.00
This is an okay RV park in a great location right across the freeway from lovely Red Cliffs Recreation Area. There is some freeway noise. Sites are very close together. Sites are too short for super long rigs, we saw several very long rigs trying several spots trying to make them work. We got a $99/week special rate plus $3 resort fee per day. They charge extra for cable/wifi, and 50amp per day! We chose to use our own internet service because it generally has been better than park wifi. Not so here, too surrounded by hills. We ended up buying a truckers antenna from a local store to boost our own wifi and got 4G. I don't think this park should call itself a "resort" but it wasn't horrible either. Probably would try one of the many other options in the area if we were to return to this area. We camped at St. George / Hurricane KOA in a Fifth Wheel.