1 Park near Springdale, Utah
Apr 2016 - $49.00
With tax, $55/night FHU. No discounts honored. Includes a $5-value shower token, but still way too expensive for a chock-a-block, dirt/gravel place. No recycling--raspberries on them. - Taco stand
Apr 2016 - $49.00
It's the closest RV park to the entrance to Zion National Park, so its best amenity is its location. We didn't want to unhook, so that was important to us, so I rated the value as satisfactory. The view from all sites was spectacular, but my site was the shortest pull-through I've ever parked in. The shower required a token which only allowed you six minutes. I understand water's a premium here, but then, to be consistent, they should have repaired the dripping faucets I reported. Monitoring of sites seems to be lacking. Lot spacing was nearby with some shade. Site surface was gravel and featured a picnic table. - Bart1979
Mar 2016 - $45.00
Our second time to stay at this park and again we chose it only because all of the campgrounds in the national park were full. That said, this is not a bad place to stay. There are a variety of campsites, some with full hook-ups and some with just partial hook-ups. There are also sites for tent campers. We like the partial hook-up sites along the Virgin River because of their great views.
This campground is associated with a Quality Inn motel and you check in at the motel reception desk. Check-in seemed to take a long time for something not that complicated. I wondered if everyone staffing the desk was new.
Sites are close together but not too bad and ours at least had a short split-rail fence separating us from our neighbor. There is a brand new rest room/shower house since our last stay and it's very nice. They're in the process of remodeling the old one too. One thing that's a little annoying is that you have to get tokens from the office to use the showers. You get 6 minutes for each token but I think you can only have one token per person per day if I remember correctly. Not a big deal except for having to troop to the office to get your token.
One nice thing about this park is that it's the closest private enterprise campground to the National Park itself. The city of Springdale's shuttle bus stops right next door and delivers you to the Park's Visitor Center from which you can the catch the Park's shuttle bus into the rest of the park. - BruceandKathyWA