Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $50.00
This RV park provides large gravel sites with full hookups and fire pits, but no picnic tables. There are no trees and the sites are separated from lake views with a row of cabins available for rent. There is a nice lodge with a restaurant and store with supplies and souvenirs and an picnic area with a gazebo and large fire pit. They also have a marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. The only drawback is that because a lot of families come up with "toys" (ATV's and motorbikes), there can be a lot of noise on a busy weekend. Because of that as we like a little more peace and quiet, we would not return. We camped at Panguitch Lake Adventure Resort in a Motorhome.
Had to pay $30 to use Internet for a week! These are back in sites. Kind of hard when you have a car trailer. Cannot believe each site does not have a picnic table. Fire pit is nice. You provide your own wood. Utilities are good. We brought our own Satellite dish. Dirt roads. Rock pads. Dust everywhere. No trees, no grass, views of lake obstructed by cabins and other RVs. Laundry room is nice, but @2.00 per load, per washer and then per dryer. The restaurant on site is very good, and service is adequate. The cabins our friends used were nice size and offered washer and dryer, however, pull out futons are terribly uncomfortable. Some are extra nice with screened in porch and TV. The lake is low, but it seems stocked with fish! The common areas are nice, but the only available trees and grass. Some times there's a whiff of a sewer smell. Definitely a great place for ATVers although you have to watch the little kids whose irresponsible parents are letting them drive around the camps (clearly stated in the rules this is not allowed.) NO CELL PHONE SERVICE in this camp. We camped at Panguitch Lake Adventure Resort in a Motorhome.
Park is located right on Panguitch Lake. All sites are back in, and were large enough for us, and looked to be adequate for all the larger rigs that were present. Our site had a picnic table, and a fire ring. Entire area is gravel and crushed granite. No TV, but fair Internet, and phone service (Verizon) was spotty. We did not look at the laundry, but the food was excellent at the restaurant on site that also bakes some pretty good pies. Excellent fishing, with boat rentals available from the park. Worth the drive in if you want to catch some trout. We camped at Panguitch Lake Adventure Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Interior roads were dirt. Stayed here in a 40' rig. Sites were level, but it was on rocks. Each site did not have a table, but it had a fire pit at each site. No problems with the utilities at the site. This is a destination location, not a over night location. Bathrooms were clean, but needed some maintenance. Small children's area. Restaurant at location. This RV park location is used for people fishing, hiking and quads to explore Bryce Canyon Area. There is Internet, but @ $8 per day (we did not pay). There is cell service, but you have to go find it. Recommended travel there is via Hwy 20 to the city of Panguitch, not out of Cedar City to the location. They have a no refund policy. We camped at Panguitch Lake Adventure Resort in a Motorhome.