Nice little campground with plenty of space between each rig. Wifi is very, very slow if you can get on. Bathroom stalls privacy is provided by hanging curtain instead of the traditional door. Bathrooms are small and dated and has not been cleaned in a few days. One of the window pane to the women's bathroom has a gaping hole. Overall a nice little campground for an overnight stay. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Just a one night lay over. Had a long pull thru graveled site that I did not have to unhook "toad". All utilities were good, water pressure was excellent. Good selection of cable channels. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
All gravel with a few in some trees. Not level. We did some side to side leveling and so did others. Great place to tour the area not much for staying at the park. We came back each day late in the evening, so it did not really matter that the park was not much. Great place to base camp out of. I would stay again. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
this was a nice park, gravel and had some trees. plenty of grass for the dog area and a nice tent area as well. they were very nice and we enjoyed our stay, even though it was only one night passing through. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Don't actually remember what we paid but it wasn't expensive. Just another western dirt parking lot. Sites level and pull thru. Owner was mostly gone when were were there but it was a Holiday period. WIFI needed to be reset but the owner was AWOL. We did not want to stay in Moab again since it is a overpriced tourist trap. Monticello is higher in altitude and cooler too. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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Canyonlands NP is the big attraction. We did a daytrip to Arches also. You need a 4WD to really explore Canyonlands but there are a few paved roads to the Visitor center. Good supermarket in town.
Basic park. Half the sites are under trees. WIFI weak and could not use at all for last 3 days of one week stay. Owners not to be found. That was the 4th of July weekend tho. Cooler than Moab and much less of the tourist town feel. Good spot for exploring Hovenweep, Canyonlands and other 4 corner sites. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Our gravel pull-through site was level and long enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad, but narrow. We had just enough room to put our slides out but ended up pulling one back in because it interfered with our neighbor's ability to hook up (most pull-through sites are side-by-side). No trees blocked our satellite dish. Good cable TV. Wi-Fi speed varied a lot but was mostly on the slow side. Verizon 3G speed was slow and my MiFi had trouble connecting several times. Friendly hosts. The campground was always clean. Some road noise but adequately quiet at night. We found this to be a great central location to visit the parks in the area and ended up staying a lot longer than we had initially planned. We would stay here again. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed in a section without trees, but had 50 amp service. These spots had been redone in the last 5 years by removing every other camp space so the spaces were spacious. The sites are gravel and some are not level. Good Wi-Fi, and there's a picnic table at each site. Verizon 3G and 4G very good. Very friendly owners. Little to no traffic noise as the speed limit on the frontage road at that point is 35 MPH. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $34.00
This is convenient when traveling south of Moab. The water was turned off (winter looming) and they still charged full price. We were tired of travel so took it anyway. Wi-Fi was on and off and not dependable and cable was ok. No water at site was an annoyance though understandable. Pet area is fenced, grassy (not goat head thorns) and very clean. There is road noise as the park is lower than the highway and there is night time truck traffic. Not bad with closed windows, but a month earlier we had windows open and it was disruptive. Pull through graveled sites were fairly level so we did not have to unhook. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly young lady host checked us in and gave us our choice of sites. Small park with gravel & dirt roads and sites (mostly dirt). I would not want to be there when it rains! Sites are not wide enough in my opinion but luckily the owner did not put anyone next to us. Short term folks get to use pull-through sites while permanent residents had to back in. There were only about seven neat, permanent RVers. This park is on the north side of Monticello which is at 7,000' and it went down into the mid 30s while we were here. Brrr! There are a few 'fast food' eateries here like Subway, a taco shop, and a fried chicken shop in the Shell station. We chose this town to stay in because the state maps indicated you could get to Canyonlands NP from here. Wrong! Well, true if you want to drive a long way over Mt. Abajo (which had snow on it) but I think Moab is the best place to access Canyonlands. Add 11.6% tax to the nightly rate for the correct amount. In the future, we would avoid staying in this town at all. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, quiet, clean and safe campground. Pets are very welcome and the pet area was picked up. The roads are gravel, but there was not any dust. Verizon is on 3G so a bit slow, but no problems with service. It is family owned and they operate it based on the honor system. It is within an hour of Natural Bridges, Mesa Verde, and the lower Canyon Lands so is a great stopover to do day trips from. We planned to stay three nights and ended up staying five nights as it was such a relaxing stop over. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $26.00
This is great park for a rest stop with gravel roads and trees with some shade. Most pads and sites are gravel and level. One row of sites is wide with 50 amp and the rest are side-by-side sites with 30 amp. There are some picnic tables and Wi-FI was good close to the office. Verizon cell service was excellent. There are older washers and dryers, and only $1 each on the honor system. The only problem is that the owners do not answer the phone and take a long time to call back. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $24.00
This park is right off the highway, but the noise is very low. It is gravel, and the sites are long enough and wide enough for larger rigs (especially the 50 AMP area). We used this as a base camp for seeing the sites in the area. We were pleased with the services and location. We would camp here again. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.