Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $30.00
The manager is friendly and check in was easy. Our space was fairly level but somewhat cramped. We had no neighbors on one side, although someone pulled in one afternoon, apparently planning to camp there, but decided it was not a good fit. Thank goodness because it was a large fifth wheel with slide-outs on both sides, resulting in really a behemoth of a trailer that had no business trying to fit into such a space. It would have been inches from our rig. One long-term tenant has two chihuahua-type dogs, which he lets out to potty whenever he feels like it. The rules say pets must be on leash and he is only a couple of spaces from the manager, so it appears this is allowed. When we were outside, the dogs would run over and bark and growl at us. Not to mention pooping wherever they felt the urge. If you don't see them poop, you don't have to clean up after them, right? The restroom/shower facilities are quite old, but it appears there is an effort to keep them clean. We did not use the showers, partly because I heard someone in the shower shriek when I flushed the toilet. Yikes! The wi-fi is extremely slow and I gave up on using it. Many antenna stations available on the tv. There was not much adverse weather during our stay, so the site did not get muddy. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
There are several restaurants within walking distance. Drug stores, hardware/feed and grocery stores close by, too.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $30.00
We liked the view of the cemetery out our back window. We did NOT like the long term campers that smoked outside our trailer, or the arguments at 11 pm outside, or the slamming doors at 10:30 pm, or the barking dogs on both sides. We left ASAP the next day. We would never stay here again, or any place like it. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $30.00
We were traveling with 2 RVs in our party and we stayed for 5 nights. On arrival, they said someone had cancelled our reservation. They had given away our site which we had reserved 3 weeks in advance so that we could have our trailers facing each other. After much scrambling they found two sites next to each other but not facing each other that we used. Because my trailer and truck would not fit on the site, they also let me have the site next to it for parking my truck (no charge). So, they made it work but it was frustrating. Their reservation system is a desk calendar with hand written names on it. Ours was crossed out for some reason.
This park is wearing out. The reservation building is old, the pool table inside has torn felt, the chairs looked bad enough I wouldn't sit on them, etc. For example, the roads in the campground are not smooth, there are good sized holes randomly placed. It helps keep the speeds down for sure. The park wasn't cluttered or littered, just terribly worn out.
Electricity and water was fine. WiFi was actually usable (yeah!). A lot of campers were just staying the night and moving on. There are a few full time people there, but I didn't note any big issues there. Road noise was OK. I have dual pane windows. There are some big trees in the RV park. Sites are somewhat level and some people were using a bit of blocks. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
A grocery store and gas station are within walking distance.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $33.00
This park is somewhat rundown and shabby, but the manager was helpful, courteous and friendly. Kanab is convenient to many local area attractions and Crazy Horse is not a bad place to stay. It is more spacious and/or less expensive than the other parks in town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel. The park is over-priced given the condition of the place but we'll probably stay again next time we're in Kanab...go figure! We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $30.00
I was a little hesitant to make reservations here after reading some of the reviews both here an on TripAdvisor, but the rate was a little less than the other campground in town so we decided to give it a try. First the bad. The park is indeed very rundown. The office has extremely worn carpeting, dim lighting, sagging couches and a musty smell. The young woman who is usually there appears to spend most of her time on her cell phone. The bathroom/shower building is in need of serious repairs and updating. For example, the plywood doors are delaminating, the paint is peeling, none of the locks on the bathroom stall doors or shower doors worked, and in many places where the pipes come into the building there is no caulking or other sealing so there are just big gaps where rodents can get in. Now for the good. The manager is a gregarious guy who made us feel very welcome. The location is great with easy access to everything in town. WiFi worked great! Although the bathrooms were decrepit, they were kept clean. Our site was level and spacious and the park was quiet. We had a fantastic view of the red cliffs out the windows of our trailer. This park could really be a stellar facility if the owners would put some money into it. We would probably stay here again but not if the physical conditions of the park got any worse. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is an OK park. There was a staff of one when we checked in. He was maintenance, office, and anything else. He should be teaching customer service to campground owners. It is a dusty place (it is SW Utah) but there is some shade. The Wi-Fi worked well for us, as did the full hookup utilities. The restrooms/showers are dated and inadequate for the size of the park. They were clean. The web site says propane but they no longer have it. The nearby Sinclair station does. Not a fault of the park, except they fail to mention it in their rules, but other campers walk through your campsite on a regular basis. Add to this unsupervised children, noise, and even fireworks. It is a good base camp for the national parks and other attractions. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.
The place is right beside a cemetery and right in town, but the beautiful scenery and the park make up for it. There is a playground and a clean pool. I would love locks that lock on the women's showers, but a great place to stay in this area. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Great location right in town. Can walk to grocery and restaurants. We had a site in the back with great red rock scenery. Pull thrus available, showers were not the most pretty, but clean. Disappointed the pool was not open for memorial day weekend when it was 90 degrees. Wifi worked pretty good. Also we never saw a "Crazy Horse" on site. If you are trying for the Wave hike lottery, the BLM office is nearby. We stayed for over a week, and applied every day until we won. If you don't win, there are plenty of national parks and scenery to enjoy. They do take credit cards, and the management was helpful. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Motorhome.
There is grass,but not a level site in the park. Wifi worked good. There are a lot of long term with junk piled around campers. Dog poop not picked up. very convenient to town and day trips to natl parks. Restrooms were run down, and only cold water at laundry with 2 washers 2 dryers. Would not stay here again. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $12.00
We camped here long term for thirteen months and loved the park. The scenery is something out of a Zane Grey book. All utilities worked fine except for the WiFi and that got taken care of when the owners were finally notified of the problem. The old managers were a bit of a problem but that has also been rectified. It is close to all stores and a beautiful walk from the park. The swimming pool needs work and I am sure that issue will be addressed. We absolutely loved this place and would still be there but we moved into a home in another town close by. I would recommend this park to anyone. The reason for the rating I gave is due to the roads being bumpy and rough, but the long term rates kept me from grumbling about it. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $29.00
Don't let the bad reviews scare you away. We were here for five nights in November and found the park to be satisfactory. The 50 amp service worked, the water worked, and the sewer dump worked. Pull through sites were level. No cable TV, but over the air stations were available. We used our own shower and bathroom, so cannot comment on the park's facilities. We would stay in this park again. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $30.00
This park is somewhat rundown and shabby, but the managers were helpful, courteous and friendly. Kanab is convenient to many local area attractions and Crazy Horse is not a bad place to stay. It is more spacious and/or less expensive than the other parks in town. We would stay here again. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Park very shabby and not well kept up. Have to anchor your sewer hoses into the drain pipes with big rocks. Water often got shut off due to pipes breaking and not fixed properly. Most sites not level in the least. Wi-Fi very sketchy. Front sites only were mowed, not the back. Management is very rude. However, I did feel the park was safe. Pool was not cleaned very often so was kind of cruddy. Laundry facilities were next to nonexistent. If you can get past all that, Kanab is a great little town and there are LOTS of sights to see from this central location such as Zion, Gr. Canyon, Bryce Canyon and many more. We camped at Crazy Horse RV Campground in a Motorhome.