1 Park near Virgin, Utah
Jul 2015 - $85.00
Outstanding facility with great shade, privacy, and sparkling clean. The employees went out of their way to ensure we were having a great time from homemade ice cream, themed dinners, to an amazing evening with Native American performer who reached my kids in a way that no electronic device ever could.
Site was well shaded, level, spacious, and very easy to get in and out of. I had a flat on the boat I was towing, there was plenty of room to change it without having to rearrange anything.
Great pool area, only knock is they need more showers. If you are going to Zion in an RV, this is your go to spot. - Brent Smiley
Jul 2015 - $51.00
The park is immaculate, the sites are well maintained, the staff were all very helpful and friendly. The river was flowing well enough to enjoy it even at the end of July, which we didn't expect at all considering the heat.
Most of the spots looked spacious enough, though not the roomiest I've ever seen. It was quiet without being boring - there are nightly activities sponsored by the park. The campers while we were there were all well mannered and courteous of others (which was really just a mater of luck).
The pool was very nice but a little too small to accommodate this many campers, and there weren't nearly enough chairs or lounges so check first and be prepared to bring your own.
Our site, #57, is an excellent site if you like to feel somewhat isolated - it's in the back corner - but there are dumpsters very nearby (which weren't a problem for us) and I was never able to perfectly level my 42' rig (the site is very high in back / low in front).
All in all, it's a beautiful place to stay and we will stay here again. - Wryly Blithe
Jul 2015 - $52.00
We've driven about 9000 miles on this trip and this is easily one of the nicest campgrounds we stayed at. The grounds are extremely clean. There are activities nearly every night of the week. We rolled in on the day they had wine and cheese in the clubhouse. The next night they had a 'smores'gasbord and the kids loved it. They laid out several creative recipes for smores. The sites are all level. There is even shade on the grounds which is welcome with the extreme heat. If you stay on the edge of the campground next to the river your site will be gravel not paved. All other sites are paved. There are no fires, which is always disappointing at a campground. But I think that is local code, not their preference. You can walk a few feet and even swim in the river. And trust me, you'll want to swim in the river if you are there in the summer. The pool was clean and not overly crowded. I wish all campgrounds were like this. - Zekeobadiah