7 Parks near St George, Utah
May 2014 - $30.00
Stayed four nights in this park. In center of the city. Concrete level sites. Many shaded sites permanently occupied. No shaded sites for long rigs. No restrooms, no showers. WiFi very slow with often interrupted connection. Not able to connect at all with smartphones. Best place in town to connect to WiFi is Main 5 coffee shop. - Bluesbirdy
May 2011 - $25.00
The park is very small and tight turning, especially when permanent residents park their vehicles along the driveways. It is quiet but very close together sites. Nice concrete and maintained lawns. Free Wi-Fi was nice to have. It is centrally located and a good place to locate for events in and around St. George. - Cucutz
May 2009 - $25.00
Very scenic, well maintained. Sites have concrete pads, but are much too narrow. Better be good friends with folks next to you. No Wi-Fi. Very informal business dealings. OK for a one night stopover. - Halpal5
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
May 2011 - $13.00
No frills, pleasant view. Don't know why park is listed under St. George since it is far closer to Hurricane. Near UT 9, but no highway noise. Be warned that you will be gated in from 9PM to 7AM, there is an emergency exit over a tire ripper if needed but of course you can't return. - gcmortal
Jul 2008 - $13.00
The view was excellent. We had site 16 and it was on the end which was great, but the level was quite steep (pull through though). We should have move to a different spot but it was just for one night. The picnic table and cover was really nicely done. The tent spots on each site were nicely prepared and flat. For $13 this was a great one-night stop. We brought our own generator and we needed it for the A/C - it was around 100 degrees. The evening cooled off nicely with a nice thunderstorm that passed through. Staff on site were very attentive and polite. If you want a place just off of the main route from Utah to California (St George) this is a nice stop. If you want to be close to the Zion Park and don't mid the drive (30 mins) then this site is good. There is a campground actually in Zion park, and there are others closer, but none this cheap. - User308
May 2008 - $21.00
Nice little state park. Overlooks the reservoir. Fishing is allowed from the shore. - The traveler
Apr 2007 - $25.00
As if May 2007 Settler's is closed permanently. St George has closed several large parks in the past few years, I hope they don't close anymore! - hotrod4x5
May 2006 - $25.00
I rate this park as an "Overnight" stop. Numerous long term sites, some in bad need of repair and clean-up. On the positive side, the location is good for local services. - fredandbonnie
Sep 2005 - $30.00
Privately owned park right off I15. Owner is so nice and has several full time residents who work around park who are also nice. August/September was our second stay as have kids in St. George. Overall park is fairly clean. Used the laundry room and felt it could be cleaner along with inside of machines. Sites could be swept up between campers. Lots of permanent campers. Park is close to highway, shopping, site seeing and is comfortable. If going through there close to weekend call ahead as fills up fast on Fridays and not many other places around to be right in St. George. - jensjems
Apr 2016 - $20.00
There are two options here: Side-by-side hookup sites that are extremely tight or dry camping that is well spaced out. We went with dry camping. Sites are paved but there is no shade, and it does get hot here. Bathroom and shower were clean. Shower was strange in that there was an overhead chain you would pull to trigger the shower head. It worked but was a bit inconvenient. Very scenic area. Would come back again. - TravelinTail
Apr 2016 - $25.00
This is an old park (1959) and really in need of updating. The W/E sites are very narrow and difficult to maneuver, plus getting in and out of them is difficult for larger rigs. If you have slides, you may not be able to open them. The area is very pretty, but development is really encroaching and can be seen above the campground and along some of the trails. But, it is a really pretty red-rock high desert area with many wild flowers. - SAU51
Jun 2015 - $20.00
The best way to visit this park is in a dry camping site during mild weather. Our site was somewhat exposed, but the reward was the outstanding view in any direction (and only 1 other spot nearby).
The site has a very long asphalt driveway, the area's dumpster and recycling containers are at the entrance, and the bathroom/showers are very close by.
While the campground itself is dog-friendly, there are only 2 trails in the State Park which allow dogs (Whiptail and West Canyon). One is fairly easy to access from the campground.
You are near the State park's road, but it gets very quiet at night. - BubbaChris
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Can't beat the price at this Elks. We did pay attention to the entrance, which seems like a narrow road, but is plenty wide.
The Wi-fi worked well, and Verizon and ATT signal were fine. The laundry is onsite and "free" with a suggested donation amount. There is electric hookup but NO water at each site so be sure to water up when you enter. (over by the dump station.).
They take no reservations, and have 12 electric site and plenty of room if the weather is conducive to dry camping. - Soos
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Elks members only RV Park. A little hard to find in the dark so make sure you Google Earth the location so you realize that you need to turn up a narrow (easily big enough for a 40' RV) road that you cannot see what is beyond the top. I have a policy that if it does not have a center-line on the road my rig does not go down it. Unless I know I can turn around. At the top of the short hill is a large parking lot with RV spots back against the hills. As I recollect there are 12 spots currently. Something is going on most days at the Lodge so you can get access to the building if you prefer to use the facilities. Great location and the people are really helpful. Dump station is on site. I only give it an 8 because while everything is available it is not full hookups you have to move to a dump station. Minor issue but cannot see giving any place more than a 8 unless it is full hookups.
Joining a local Elks lodge is something all RV's should do just to be able to connect up for a few days. - Gilbert & Gail
Oct 2013 - $20.00
A members only park. Near the top of the hill with golf course attached. Host on site. Sewer dump in parking lot. Steak night is Wed. and Fish night on Fri. Very quiet and peaceful location. Near town for any shopping you need to do. This is a regular stop for us, we spend 3-7 days every time. - Bucky Beaver
May 2016 - $41.00
We stayed here for two nights in a 40 foot motorhome with tow so we could visit Zion National Park. They are closed on Sunday but I left a message and a young woman called me back and told me that there would be a list of available sites on the door for those arriving without reservations. We unhooked our tow and looked at available sites and found an easy pull thru to accommodate us. The next morning we stopped by office and paid. The staff is very nice and helpful. A young man even tried to help us find a park on our next stop. The wi-fi was good. The spot we were in was just a dirt lot but had everything we needed. They do have nice paved sites and they are definitely big rig friendly. We would definitely stay here again. - nefagirl
May 2016 - $40.00
My main complaint about this park is the Internet service. Normally, I don't expect too much from the Wi-Fi service at an RV park. But I was paying $40 a night at the weekly rate and the Wi-Fi was horrible. Half the time, I could not connect. The rest of the time I could connect for a few minutes to 30 minutes and then was disconnected. They had access points throughout the park but the central router could not handle the load. Each site had a large concrete patio with a good parking space across the patio from the RV. The utility station is getting old. My water faucet handle broke off and had to be turned with pliers. Cable TV was good. Verizon air card service was very poor. My 4G JetPack service was 150 kBps. - Comdac
Mar 2016 - $42.00
We stayed here one night as we were passing through. It was a nice park, very full. When I called they said they only had 4 sites opened and this is on a Wednesday. The site was a back in (as most of them are here) and very difficult to get into. Luckily my husband is very good at backing our 41 foot fifth wheel in. The streets are very narrow and there are a lot of permanent park models. The site was large enough once we got in it. We were able to put out our awning and park our extra car. No playground for the kids which was very disappointing. We didn't use the facilities since we were only there for the night. It is very convenient to town and the freeway. Beautiful views outside the park. The office worker escorted us to our site, but did not stick around long enough to explain the cable hook ups or any of the utilities. We aren't rookies, but she didn't know that. We just used our antenna and hooked to electric only. - TravelOBRN