11 RV Parks near Kanarraville, Utah
Nov 2016 - $19.00
This is a small park with lots of long term residents. But the management is great. The three pull throughs can be very tight but they put some very big motorhomes in them. We are small 30 ft plus toad and they put us on the grass where they usually put tent campers. We had full hookups. The town has no services, no gas, no groceries. You will have to drive into Cedar City for anything you need. We stayed there a week because of passport America and visited Bryce and nearby Red Canyon and other sites. It is great for hiking. We would stay there again. - The traveler
Nov 2016 - $22.00
Very nice little RV park. They really only have 6 sites that they use for overnighters, all pull-through's. Very friendly and helpful manager.
A couple of the sites in this park could be impossibly tight depending on how many of the sites are occupied. It would be a good idea to inquire about the site clearance especially if you have a larger rig or slideouts.
The price reflects Full price for the first night,PA discount for the 2nd two nights with an extra $2/night for 50-amp service.
Very good value, we'd stay here again if in the area. - wntrtxn
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Owner is delightful and very helpful as is host. Hot tub was a bonus. Laundry was fabulous and reasonable. Whitest and best color clothes I've had in a while. Quiet, convenient from I-15 ... highly recommend. - SerenityElaine
Oct 2016 - $50.00
We stayed 4 nights passing through the area to visit the nearby National Park Service sites. While the park is centrally located along a 5 lane busy commercial road in the center of town, the access is very difficult due to the angle getting off the street, over the sidewalk and into the park regardless of which driveway you use. This arrangement posed a scrapping and collision hazard. Registration/Check in is in the hotel lobby at the front desk. While the park is identified as a Good Sam member which should entitle GS members to a discount, no discount was offered at check in. The hotel didn't credit points to our Best Western membership either. And Best Western would not honor our stay to apply the points without providing them a copy of our credit card statement even though we provided them a copy of the credit card charges from the hotel's receipt. The interior roads are paved through the hotel parking lot but gravel in the RV area and site parking pads are compacted gravel. There wasn't much room to maneuver through the RV parking area making the turns very tight. All of the sites are pull thrus. The P/T's were long enough to remain connected to the toad or parked directly in line. The park completely understands the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site as sites are level. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were generally at the middle of the site. The sewer connect was slightly elevated but it wasn't too difficult to establish a downhill flow. Distance establishes privacy between the sites but the sites were generally close. The sites alternate facing direction so the utility connections or a shared table separate the sites. No fire pits but the hotel provided an outdoor elevated gas fire pit in the common area. There were a few trees scattered among the sites so satellite reception was dependent on site assignment. The park provided WiFi was excellent. - bsb814
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Small, quiet park sits behind newer Best Western motel. The price includes full use of hotel amenities i.e. Pool, jacuzzi, laundry, restrooms, gardens. Beautifully maintained. Raised vegetable and herb gardens which were openly offered to guests. Evening bbq and s'more roast also included. Wonderful front desk managers. - FulltimerFun
May 2016 - $50.00
We actually didn't stay here. We did have a reservation and pulled in to register and got the shock of our lives. For a picnic table and full hookups on pea gravel the price was $50. When I asked what made them worth that much he looked me straight in the eye and said they were the only park downtown. The fact that their reservation book was basically blank, as was the park, apparently didn't matter. Way over priced. Very disappointing as we've stayed there many times but we won't be back. - C Kelsey
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Big park with patch of grass between each site. Wifi didn't work at all at night or in the morning. Tmobile cell service worked great - 3 bars LTE. good for dogs. - Shaughn
Apr 2017 - $40.00
The wifi that they offer here is terrible! We stayed here and drove over to Bryce in about 90 minutes. Not much to do in the area but Cedar City is a nice little town. Campground is fine but feels like a parking lot. Did not use any facilities. - Howls_Castle
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Older, smaller KOA, although well maintained and modernized; not overly attractive. Check-in a little curt but efficient (although the entrance gets pretty cramped if two or more rigs are present at the same time--careful manoeuvring necessary). FHU functional, no complaints there. Larger and smaller pull-through sites (big rigs no problem), and several large back-ins at the back of the park. Grass between pull-through sites, typical width for such parks, about 7 feet. In a rather industrial neighbourhood but not too noisy at night. Leaving the park can be challenging, especially if turning left (northbound), as the park is on a pretty busy four-wide main road. Overall, the price was reasonable but I wouldn't want to pay much more. - wolf59a
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Have stayed at this park many times, nice level sites, friendly staff. A nice stopping point for us on out way to so cal. - thorn251
Apr 2017 - $34.00
Went by the reviews to make our reservation here. We did get the weekly rate at $34.00 a night. This is a very nice campground and is just off the freeway a little on the north end of town. Take the N Main exit and turn right. It's not too far down on the left. Can't miss it. The office has a bright red roof. Lots of good areas to walk the dogs. CCCG is on Main Street and if you head north out of the campground you will find lots of restaurants and shopping. We are here for a week taking in Zion and Bryce Canyon. Now for the best part of this campground. The manager is the best. She took care of our reservation and even readjusted the times as they got mixed up the first time. Our fault. But it didn't faze her a bit. She just fixed it and made sure we had everything we needed. Asked lots of questions about the area and she had all the answers. We will stay here again just because of her. The facilities are more than adequate. Easy in and out of our site. Very spacious. - Bill from Texas
Mar 2017 - $18.00
Daily rate times 30 = monthly rate as we stayed for a whole month. In all that time the power was consistently in the green and the wi-fi was as strong and fast as if we were on cable. Our hostess was exceptionally friendly and helpful, a regular chamber of commerce rep for the whole area. The sites are level gravel with concrete patios and nice picnic tables, the shade trees were in blossom despite 3 snow showers. And "everything's up to date in Cedar City" in re: shopping and restaurants. We'd definitely stay here again, perhaps a little later in the year, weather-wise. - Phil and Peggy
Jul 2016 - $17.00
We stayed in site 4 which seemed to be the only site without shade or trees. It was a large site though and had a nice fire ring and large picnic table. Most of the sites had a lot of room, but short driveways. The campground was full when we were there and the restrooms became almost unbearable. The campground was generally quiet, but it is right off Highway 14 by a huge curve and you could hear the air brakes of the trucks as well as noise from every vehicle that passed by. Besides all that, it was a nice campground and I would probably return. - Suru
Jul 2005 - $12.00
Nice spot with lots of trees and cool weather. - Raywest
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Great place to find summer daytime highs about 20-degrees cooler than nearby St George. Mostly has back-in sites, many with concrete patio areas and grill stands. Lots of hiking available, and they have an equestrian-specific loop. Lots of trees. Pit toilets sprinkled through the loops.
Virtually no Verizon signal (usually 1x, only good enough for random texting).
We've stayed in the Crackfoot loop multiple times and enjoy it, the Dean Gardner loop is next to the little reservoir (essentially the headwaters for the Santa Clara River), with some view sites.
The camp hosts sell firewood, but otherwise plan to be self sufficient. You can have local thunderstorms when the weather is clear nearby. - BubbaChris
Sep 2016 - $9.00
Beautiful little NPS campground. 10 sites, half of which are pull thru, we stayed in Site 14, a pull thru which was relatively level. Firewood was available at $3.00 a bucket, very generous. Hosts were friendly and very informative about the Cedar Breaks N.M. area. Campground is at altitude (over 10,000 ft) and this should be taken into consideration when hiking in this extremely scenic area, as well as, lower night time temperatures, lows were in the high 30's. Aspens were already changing so we were treated to stands of Gold and Red fall colors. There are paved walkways to lookout areas and Visitors Center, making it ADA accessible. Wildlife is abundant, particularly Mule Deer. Restrooms and showers were clean, showers had plenty of hot water. We would definitely return. - Viarivoli
May 2017 - $60.00
This is the nicest park we have stayed in to date. The staff was very friendly, professional and knowledgeable. The sites are incredibly clean - we watched staff rake the rocks, clean the picnic tables and mow once the site was vacated. The pool is extremely nice, dog park is great and the people staying there were very friendly. Easy drive to Zion from there and they even offer a shuttle to and from the park for $7 per person, if you don't want to take your vehicle. It's also the most expensive place we have stayed, but it was well worth it and a nice treat. Would definitely go there again. - Essiegirl
Apr 2017 - $50.00
This park is very close to Zion. It is a very clean park with friendly staff. It has paved streets and the pull through are concrete sites with grass between the sites and the back in sites are gravel with no grass. We asked to stay on the river and not sure if we paid extra for that but it is not what I thought. U can't see or really hear the river because there is a big wall and trees between you and the river and only a couple places you can access the river. Also we had no room for our truck so had to park up at the entrance. We have a 45' coach and the park is very tight with lots of trees. They had to trim the trees on our site for me to use my slides and I could use our satellite. The cable didn't work very well as we could only get 9 of the 25 channels and you could barely see the picture. My neighbor also had the same problem. That being said it is a very clean and well taken care of park. We would stay there again but would try to get a spot with fewer trees. - Jasdip
Apr 2017 - $60.00
We stayed here with a large group and was the first time in this area. Place is very clean, as I watched their crew clean the outside tables after someone left. They sweep and rake the area before the next check in. Check in was very quick and all the personnel here have been very pleasant to talk to for answers. Nice large office area, pool for kids and close to Zion Nat Park. If in the area, will definitely stay here again. It's very busy here during spring break and cooler times. They also have cabins for rent also. - dhansen871
May 2017 - $30.00
This is a small, but lovely park. There are several pull throughs where some really big rigs stay. There are many trees, a nice grassy area. The wifi at the rig is iffy, but there's a very lovely picnic bench/table under a cabana near the clubhouse where you get good wifi. The couple that run the place are very friendly and nice. - Marian P
May 2017 - $40.00
Just want to shout about a big thank you to Kurt for accommodating our needs! We had an awesome stay at this neat and tidy RV park. The bathrooms and laundry area were very clean. The grounds were well kept and we enjoyed the beautiful roses and well manicured lawn. We were greatful for how quiet the park was during our stay. Thanks Kurt! - The social road
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Stayed three nights while visiting Zion and Bryce National Parks.
Young man was helpful in spotting us while backing into site. Wifi was spotty. Have to use converter box for TV.
Nice grassy area for dogs.
Many permanent residents. - E&E
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Small park off the freeway with little freeway noise. Sites were very narrow. We were able to open slides, but not our awning. They were gravel and level. Both the internet and cell service were very anemic. The laundry facilities were good and cheap. - SAU51
Sep 2014 - $37.00
Nice shade trees, sites were clean and kept nice. A very small campground with not much to do. Our view was nice of the mountains and field next door. Very quiet. A great place if you need a home base if you are visiting Zion National Park. - Wanda H
Oct 2013 - $30.00
We made a quick one night stop that turned into two nights. It was quiet and peaceful. We weren't too sure after the drive between I-15 and the park. But it was a really sweet little park. The man there was very helpful and accommodating. We pulled in around 8pm on a Sunday and he came out all cheerful and helped us get into the space, etc... The scenery there was so pretty and it was so quiet and serene, we stayed another day. Very nice place. Not many activities or "amenities" per se, but a neat place to stop for a day or two. - jilspan