11 Parks near Kanarraville, Utah
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
Jul 2016 - $14.00
We needed somewhere with electricity to escape the heat and this place was VERY affordable. We didn't have a booking so we had to take what they had. We were in the main park. The site we had was VERY small. We don't have slideouts and we are only 22 ft. Once the RVs either side of us put their slideouts out, we could NOT walk up beside our motorhome or even open the driver's door :( There was no way we could put our awning out. The Wi-Fi was adequate and the laundry is cheap, good and clean. They have numerous outdoor areas and a hot tub. The owner is a lovely lady. The only negative? The power kept popping in the park as everyone was running their air conditioners due to the heat but the owner was on top of this every time it happened. We didn't like the water here, it left a horrible ring in our kettle so we avoided using it for coffee but it was fine for showering and dishes. - Liane63
Jul 2016 - $14.00
We have been coming to Cedar City for many years now. Discovered this quaint little RV park 10 miles south just off of I-15 on old Hwy 91, and thought we'd try it because the prices of RV parks in Cedar City are now ridiculous. Kanarraville is a pretty little farming community township. This is a small park, only 22 RV sites, on grass and gravel. Tent camping is allowed also. Park is owned and operated by a very nice woman. She is very helpful and is as accommodating as possible given the limited space she has to work with. There are a few 50 amp pull-through spaces, lots of 30 amp as well. All sites are either gravel or grass and all are level. A little dusty but not bad. This RV park is kept clean and tidy and has shade trees. Restrooms and showers are good, as is the water. Power good with one exception. Pets are welcome. RV office has ice. This RV park is very near the trail head to Kanarra Creek Falls slot canyon. The hike there is definitely something you want to do (Google it). Not a super-easy hike but not hard either, although I wouldn't recommend it for very small children or those with walking difficulties. A lot of it is in the ankle to knee-deep creek itself so prepare shoes to get wet. About 4 hours round trip and walking sticks help. Zion 60 min, Bryce Canyon 90 min, north rim of Grand Canyon 3 hrs. Good trout fishing in all of southern UT. ATV country also. All in all we were very pleased with our five week stay in our 40 ft rig. (Great motorcycle area.) We will come back again next year. - Retired CSI Guy
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
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Hotel under renovations...lots of construction equipment...working till 7pm the night we were there. Closed off pool for the season which was a bummer...told we could walk across the 4 lane highway and through the hotel across the street for a swim.
Facilities were a single unisex restroom off the checkin desk in the hotel...clean. Wifi...spotty. Utilities on the wrong side of the coach but all worked well. French bread bakery yummy right there. Location in the middle of town was excellent. I don't think they have much interest in their RV customers...but it is a decent deal in the best place to see the town. - Camaraderie
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We got into a wind storm and needed to get off the freeway and happily found this park. A back in site was available and we checked in at 8:30 AM. The park is well off the freeway so noise is not an issue. All the streets are wide and backing into a site was easy. The place was very clean with good electric power and water pressure. The desk staff was very accommodating. We will stay here again when in the area. - Bob and Pat
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a fairly large KOA, and is indeed big rig friendly. The exception to that statement for us in our particular site, was our inability to level our coach, neither by pulling far enough forward or backing up enough to find a sweet spot. The gravel was simply to0 packed for even our 39k+ weight to make a difference! The other issue for us was cement boarders that restricted our ability to move left or right, and the final issue was a decorative fencing that proved problematic for our sliders. The asphalt is failing everywhere, allowing for potholes and the curb entrance could be a killer if not forewarned.The WIFI became spotty and unusable as the Park filled. If we ever need to return to this area of Utah, we will attempt to look for somewhere else to stay. - Kbt
Sep 2016 - $43.00
This typical KOA is showing its age yet is pleasant enough to be a comfortable place to visit and enjoy the area sights. Staff is friendly and helpful. They sell a locally produced ice cream in the office which is excellent. The laundry is large and clean. Wifi is good at low usage times, very slow when users start their day. We enjoyed our stay here. - Roger H.
Jun 2016 - $50.00
Some shade, just very overpriced for what is offered. Showers were clean but extremely small, no pool. Laundry was fine. Lot's of permanents in this park. Would go back if it were less expensive. Even with the Good Sam Discount it was $50 a night plus taxes. - AdrianaW
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Pros: the folks running this park are nice & accommodating.
Cons: speed bumps (even if driven at 2-3 mph) will jar your fillings out. Trees branches are 8-10 feet above the road. Appeared they have never been trimmed. You need to be very careful driving to your site. Sites are poorly marked, the map they give you is extremely confusing & inaccurate & will lead into dead ends. I estimate that about 75% are permanent residents. Be careful entering from Main Street, as soon as you enter the park there is a hard left about 25 feet into the park, then maybe in another 60 feet there is a hard right to the office. There isn't much good to say about this park. - roundown366
Sep 2015 - $44.00
Park is a small older RV park combined with a rundown trailer park and a U-Haul truck rental business. No street signs and little direction from office. Big rigs can end up in a dead end street with no way out. As reviewed before the speed bumps are excessive. This park should not be park of the Good Sam System and the rate is excessive. - JacktheRat
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
2390 West Highway 56 Cedar City, Utah 84720 (map) | (435) 586-9451
Sites: 10 | Latest Rate: $9.00 | 1 Reviews
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
Oct 2016 - $55.00
I am giving this park a lower rating for the following reasons: 1. I think it's not fair to exclude particular dog breeds. Their reservation confirmation says "NO ROTTWEILERS OR PIT BULLS OR ANY MIX THEREOF". This is an outdated notion of dog breeds and even though they said there was a good reason for this, this park should strike that clause. If you are a dog lover, I'd consider not staying here for this reason.
2. Reservation system is really strange. You have to pay up front $25 nonrefundable fee, not knowing if you're getting a site. This prevents you from
Ensuring you have a site until you hear back, and traveling in remote areas around the area, doesn't make a lot of sense.
3. There are WAY too few bathrooms for the number of sites -- only three bathrooms and showers, which are combined. Last campground we stayed in before this one had 12 showers PLUS 12 toilet stalls, and campground was about the same size!
4. The street lamps are ridiculous - why go camping? The magnificent starry skies are obliterated. Their reasoning does not make sense. Hello, flashlights and headlamps exist.
5. We got a site that was literally on the road (a low wall
separated us from the busy highway.) Bring earplugs!
6. A "riverside site"
Is NOT that. A large stone berm
separates you from a not so pretty river; you absolutely can't see it. AND you aren't supposed to climb on the wall, so forget about ever really seeing the river.
7. I saw way too many NO . . . and DON'T DO . . . signs. I felt most were unnecessary.
8. It really isn't very close to Zion. A pretty long 25+ miles round trip and once you are there, it's impossible to park there and you're forced to take a shuttle anyway. Try if you can to get a site at Zion itself. We didn't plan far enough ahead and they were full already.
Pluses of this park are the pretty nice people who run it and a decent hot tub. I'd plan to go here only if you have no other options in the area. - Campers2016
Oct 2016 - $57.00
This park is easy to find and get into. The interior roads are paved but narrow. Big rigs can have a tough time making turns but all seem to manage. Sites are paved and level. Utilities are well placed and worked well. Wifi worked very well except in evenings when inundated. Sites are pretty typically spaced but there is nice, well maintained grass between that gives the park a good feel. Very nice pool. Nice laundry. We would stay here again. - cwier
Sep 2016 - $54.00
A very nice and quite RV park - one of the best we have seen during our trip through the Western part of the USA. The park is very nice arranged and has a lot of plants all around. We were happy to have a site near the river. It is a pity that there are not so much showers (and restrooms). You might wait some minutes. The staff is very friendly. The RV park is very well located to visit the Zion NP. - WorldTravelers
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Not the worst park in the area but far from the nicest park we have stayed in. It was lightly wooded which in this area is a plus. Gravel site with concrete patio and picnic table. Sites were fairly level but tight. Barely enough room to park tow vehicle. Quiet. Some year round residents with junk around. Managers friendly and helpful. Town has little to offer. Convenient to I15. Not convenient to much else. Good water pressure, electric was out for couple of hours. Cable out for 2 days. WIFI extremely slow. Gave up on it and used our jet pack. Verizon service was 3 bars 3G. Would stay again in a pinch because other parks in the area aren't any better. - oosuzieqr
Jul 2016 - $39.00
We stopped over for just one night stay on our journey north. We arrived late and our assignment was posted on the door with site instructions. The lots and spaces are all gravel with a cement slab that contains a wooden picnic table. The lot was level and we did not have to make any adjustments to our motorhome. The RV park was easy to access to/from I-15 (about 3 minute drive). All of the hookups worked well and Internet was fast. They had cable with a lot of channels but we didn't use this feature as we arrived late and left early. There were sufficient trees for shade but placed so there was no concern of overhang that would interfere with parking. There were a few "full timers" but their spaces were well kept and everyone in the park was friendly. There was a nice grass patch at the front of the park to walk the dogs. There is another large green space in front of the office and motel but there was a sign posted "no dogs on the grass." That was okay because there was another location well suited for walking them. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We had to move our reservation back a night due to change in schedule and they made this very easy without any extra charges. We would stay here again. - WM RV Newbie
May 2016 - $35.00
A very nice little park. Sites are pretty tight but ok. Sites are level. Bathrooms, clubhouse, laundry facilities are all very nice. This is primarily a park for snowbirds, but our crew of 7 (including 5 in the under-10 crowd) never felt out of place or unwelcome. - JPen365
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