I have used this park for winters over the past twelve years. It is a great park with good sized sites and really reasonable for the winter. The scenery is beautiful and the management and service is always good humored and friendly. Some erratic Wi-Fi problems which were dealt with. It has numerous organized activities and a friendly winter group. This is one of the best parks in the US and is immaculately cared for. I have been in most of the best parks throughout the US during the 18 years I have been full timing and always compare the others to this one.
I strongly recommend this park. The cost is reflected by the winter monthly rate which is amazing reasonable. - ERB
This is a superb campground in an idyllic setting and a great location - about 13 scenic miles from the west entrance to Zion National Park. At about the same distance in the opposite direction sits Hurricane, Utah, with a handful of restaurants, a couple of grocery stores and a Walmart – a really nice little town. A few miles southwest of Hurricane is St George - a really nice big town. And I can report that St George has a Jeep dealership with a very good service department (our toad blew a water pump while we were there and needed emergency surgery). As regards the campground, we found navigating into, around and out of it with our 40' coach to be a can-o-corn. And our full hookup, pull through, concrete site was level, long enough to park our vehicles in-line, and situated a comfortable distance from our neighbors' sites. It was nicely landscaped with grass and rocks and had a beautiful shade tree. And the staff we met were all cordial and very accommodating. The only problem we encountered at this campground was with telephone reception; Verizon's service ranges from marginal to unsatisfactory here. We were, however, usually able to communicate by phone as long as we were outside of the coach. On the plus side of the technology ledger is the park's Wi-Fi service, which is perhaps the best we've ever experienced. We found an abundance of 5-bar connection points and, thus, great Internet connectivity. Also a big plus for us were the TV options: the park-provided cable was standard-def but adequate, we got very good digital reception of OTA broadcasts with our crank-up antenna, and we had perfect satellite reception with our carryout dish sitting on the ground. Last thoughts: come in October and the weather alone will make the trip worthwhile. I've been a Floridian since 1966 and have never seen seven consecutive days of absolutely perfect weather like the week we just enjoyed in Virgin, Utah. And don’t be put off by the site fees; this park is a solid 10 and worth every penny. - TW Flash
Nice clean park. Concrete pads with grass and trees between sites. Wi-Fi did not work at our site. No Verizon cell service at all. They have a booster in the main building that works when you stand near it, but there was a kid watching TV in the same room so that didn't work out very well for me. We didn't use the showers but they do charge extra for them. For what they charge to stay there it seems to me that the showers shouldn't be extra. Nice store, book exchange, and free DVDs to borrow. - thekites