6 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
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
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
May 2015 - $20.00
The only reason I couldn't give the park a 10 is that the facilities we used with water and 30 Amp hookups were extremely tight for our 38 ft. Diesel pusher. We only have slides on the drivers side so we were able to squeeze in just barely and it took some care getting out as well. If you have slides on both sides or more than two slides forget it unless you can secure one of the larger difficult to obtain boondocking sites. Our site was paved with asphalt. There is a shelter with a picnic table at each site. The shelter is one of the main problems fitting in each space and there are scratches and scrapes on each of the shelters to prove that statement. If we can fit in there, you probably can as well if you know what you are doing. The park is probably the most beautiful state park we have ever been in. If you are a hiker or a bicyclist, this park is Nirvana. The park is just a few miles from St. George where great shopping is available. We would come back here again and again!! - Kent and Margaret
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Not sure how to rate the park as we got one of the 'non-reservable' sites (number one), and it is an absolutely beautiful site with no one outside your door but gorgeous canyon views. Yes, the electric/water sites are tight but everyone gets a covered area with a lovely picnic table and a roof and an overhead light as well as a charcoal grill. Most sites share the peninsula with the covered areas (kind of like at a gas station?) but each site has it's own grill and covered area. Sites are very narrow because of these covered picnic sites and slideouts can be an issue. Our former 40' MH with a 12' height would not have fit because of the covered picnic area but our 30' was able to fit in Site 1. Not sure of any other site . - RVtravelers2
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
Nov 2015 - $40.00
The rate is based on staying a week. UT has a hefty hotel/RV tax.
If you need or want to be in downtown St. George, this is the park. Two thirds of it are park models for permanent residents crammed in pretty close together. The transient spaces are all gravel. There are some pull-throughs, but the majority are back-in.
The facilities are immaculate. The pool (in Novemeber) was covered with a large inflated dome (the night time temps fell below freezing) that made swimming feasible. Nice laundry, good showers.
No dog park. We walked our dogs in the field between the RV park and the main road, and in the large storage area. It worked for a week, but the place really needs a good pet area.
We will stay here again. - bobcovey
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Have stayed at this park the past few years as part of the Huntsman Senior Games. Pool is nice, exercise room excellent. We were in a site next to the street (we requested it) and the sewer smell was strong. Showers were OK, nothing special. Park was full and spacing a little tight but adequate. - Mr Fuzz
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Although we made a reservation two weeks in advance, we were put in the storage lot with water, tv, and electric extensions borrowed from another site on the other side of a chain link fence. "Pull through" means you get to park perpendicular across four storage lots, with stored campers all around. The bathrooms/showers are a good 300 yards distant and there was no discount for these shabby quarters. - cactuslady