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Review Count: 5
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: May, 2017 - $60.00
This is the nicest park we have stayed in to date. The staff was very friendly, professional and knowledgeable. The sites are incredibly clean - we watched staff rake the rocks, clean the picnic tables and mow once the site was vacated. The pool is extremely nice, dog park is great and the people staying there were very friendly. Easy drive to Zion from there and they even offer a shuttle to and from the park for $7 per person, if you don't want to take your vehicle. It's also the most expensive place we have stayed, but it was well worth it and a nice treat. Would definitely go there again. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 35
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 8
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $64.00
Great campground with awesome WiFi! The location is perfect for visiting Zion. The campground is spotless and has a great feel to it. We are a family of 4 and enjoyed meeting other families here. Tons of kids and happy people! We highly recommend this campground to all traveling families. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 45
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $60.00
We stayed here with a large group and was the first time in this area. Place is very clean, as I watched their crew clean the outside tables after someone left. They sweep and rake the area before the next check in. Check in was very quick and all the personnel here have been very pleasant to talk to for answers. Nice large office area, pool for kids and close to Zion Nat Park. If in the area, will definitely stay here again. It's very busy here during spring break and cooler times. They also have cabins for rent also. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 21
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $50.00
This park is very close to Zion. It is a very clean park with friendly staff. It has paved streets and the pull through are concrete sites with grass between the sites and the back in sites are gravel with no grass. We asked to stay on the river and not sure if we paid extra for that but it is not what I thought. U can't see or really hear the river because there is a big wall and trees between you and the river and only a couple places you can access the river. Also we had no room for our truck so had to park up at the entrance. We have a 45' coach and the park is very tight with lots of trees. They had to trim the trees on our site for me to use my slides and I could use our satellite. The cable didn't work very well as we could only get 9 of the 25 channels and you could barely see the picture. My neighbor also had the same problem. That being said it is a very clean and well taken care of park. We would stay there again but would try to get a spot with fewer trees. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 20
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $71.00
We spent a lot of time researching campgrounds in the area as we were driving from Chicago and only had a few days before having to turn around and drive home since my kids were on spring break. The campground has some very strict rules, which is fine, but one stated that pets were not allowed to stay in soft-sided campers. I called the park to ask about this specifically as we have a hard-sided travel trailer and the 2 canvas beds pop out. The girl I spoke to said that was fine as long as we had AC, which we do, and we booked our 4 nights. We left our beloved dog in a crate in our camper one morning for 5 hours and apparently he barked a lot. We were told that we had broken the rules having a dog in a soft-sided camper and didn't tell them that we had a dog. My reservation receipt clearly states that we have a dog and I told them that when we checked in. I was then told that the girl who took my reservation was no longer employed there and we were given the option of boarding our dog for the remaining 2 nights of our stay or receiving a refund for our remaining nights and leaving. We left. If we knew it was going to be a problem we could have folded up our beds in our camper when we left that morning and then our dog would have been in a fully hard-sided camper. I understand their rule about pets and campers but my point is that we were given bad information by an employee and we paid for is with a half day wasted moving campgrounds. We would not stay here again. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Good location for visiting Zion National Park. Wifi was spotty as was our Verizon service.
Review Count: 3
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: February, 2017 - $38.00
Fantastic RV resort only 25 minutes from Zion National Park. Great facilities - toilet / shower combo (can get crowded). Choose a site by the Virgin River side (mine was 99). Dog friendly. Plenty of shade. Even fire rings! One of the top 10 resorts I've ever stayed at! We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 1
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: January, 2017 - $35.00
We've stayed here numerous times. The location is perfect for a variety of activities. We like to mountain bike, hike, trail run. The park is squeaky clean. The amenities are first class. There is ample room between sites. Utilities perfectly located for our Class A. If you come during the winter, as we are here now, Zion is practically empty. One of the nicest parks we stay at. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Zion National Park is 12 miles up the road. It is breathtaking any time of year. We just hiked Upper Emerald Pools. Muddy at the bottom, snow up top, temperature in tne mid 50's. No crowds to speak of. We come in the fall and mountain bike the trails around Gooseberry Mesa.
Review Count: 144
States Visited: 40
Helpful Reviews: 33
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $57.00
This park is easy to find and get into. The interior roads are paved but narrow. Big rigs can have a tough time making turns but all seem to manage. Sites are paved and level. Utilities are well placed and worked well. Wifi worked very well except in evenings when inundated. Sites are pretty typically spaced but there is nice, well maintained grass between that gives the park a good feel. Very nice pool. Nice laundry. We would stay here again. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is about 20 minutes from Zion.
Buffalo Trails Trading in Virgin has good food and a great owner. Be patient, it's worth it.
Review Count: 2
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $55.00
I am giving this park a lower rating for the following reasons: 1. I think it's not fair to exclude particular dog breeds. Their reservation confirmation says "NO ROTTWEILERS OR PIT BULLS OR ANY MIX THEREOF". This is an outdated notion of dog breeds and even though they said there was a good reason for this, this park should strike that clause. If you are a dog lover, I'd consider not staying here for this reason.
2. Reservation system is really strange. You have to pay up front $25 nonrefundable fee, not knowing if you're getting a site. This prevents you from
Ensuring you have a site until you hear back, and traveling in remote areas around the area, doesn't make a lot of sense.
3. There are WAY too few bathrooms for the number of sites -- only three bathrooms and showers, which are combined. Last campground we stayed in before this one had 12 showers PLUS 12 toilet stalls, and campground was about the same size!
4. The street lamps are ridiculous - why go camping? The magnificent starry skies are obliterated. Their reasoning does not make sense. Hello, flashlights and headlamps exist.
5. We got a site that was literally on the road (a low wall
separated us from the busy highway.) Bring earplugs!
6. A "riverside site"
Is NOT that. A large stone berm
separates you from a not so pretty river; you absolutely can't see it. AND you aren't supposed to climb on the wall, so forget about ever really seeing the river.
7. I saw way too many NO . . . and DON'T DO . . . signs. I felt most were unnecessary.
8. It really isn't very close to Zion. A pretty long 25+ miles round trip and once you are there, it's impossible to park there and you're forced to take a shuttle anyway. Try if you can to get a site at Zion itself. We didn't plan far enough ahead and they were full already.
Pluses of this park are the pretty nice people who run it and a decent hot tub. I'd plan to go here only if you have no other options in the area. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Stay in Zion National Park if you can instead! The East entrance is spectacular and if you stay here you generally can't use it (fee to use tunnel is negligible), as this RV park -- or resort as they like to refer it to -- is in the road to the south entrance via Springdale.
Review Count: 29
States Visited: 10
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $60.00
The staff was friendly and helpful. We needed to extend a couple of days due to truck problems and they had had a cancellation and managed to extend us without moving us. The park is clean and well cared for. Our site was near the road and therefore traffic noise was bothersome. In this area is is location, location, location and this park was by far the best we saw in the area. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Zion and not just the crowded Zion Canyon - be sure to take the drive to the other areas. St. George is a historic and interesting town with an excellent RAM dealer/service.
Review Count: 58
States Visited: 22
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $60.00
Since this resort is relatively close to Zion National Park (which will handle nearly four million guests this year) it can justify its high nightly rate. The park is immaculately clean and offers plenty of amenities: pool, hot tub, large well-stocked gift shop and market, playground and dog park. The spaces are often close together; we couldn't open our awning at our site. The busy weekend found the park full of dogs, children, scooters, bikes and the like. For serenity, go into the national park! The staff is helpful and friendly. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't try to bring your RV into Zion National Park. During peak season the shuttle bus will get you everywhere you want to go. Shop for groceries before you come, or go into Hurricane to find bigger markets.
Review Count: 30
States Visited: 15
Helpful Reviews: 8
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $59.00
When I'm paying almost $60/night, I get pretty picky about the park. In our experience, Zion River Resort was worth every penny. Our site was probably one of the nicest back-in sites in the campground because it was so spacious (Site 55). It was a gravel site in a corner so it was open and spacious in the back. Full hookups and cable. There is no actual river view which was a little disappointing, but there were nice amenities at the campground: cute general store, social room, game room, free coffee, beautiful pool/spa area, and a shuttle service to Zion National Park. The laundry facility was nice, but a little pricey ($2 for wash/$2 for dry). Bathrooms were also nice: individual rooms with a toilet and shower. There are two separate bath houses with at least 3 bathrooms in each house. The only drawback is the 7-minute shower timer then there's a 5-minute pause "to save water." Maybe I'm slow, but it takes me longer than 7 minutes to shower and wash my hair. If the timer was 10-12 minutes, I would not even have mentioned it. We were in a back-in site, but the pull-through sites were very long with cement pads, landscaping, picnic table and fire pits. The staff was very friendly and helpful. One negative was that we had absolutely no cell/data service with Verizon at our campsite. There was one tiny spot in the game room where we could make a phone call, but that was it. Not sure if a booster would help provide better connectivity. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Here are some "off the beaten path" suggestions: Kolob Reservoir hiking/fishing, hiking Wildcat Canyon or Hop Valley trails. Many people love hiking Virgin River Narrows in Zion, but Kanarra Falls is a beautiful, shorter version of a river hike including slot canyons, waterfalls, and very few people. Kanarraville is about 20 miles north off I-15. We loved dinner in Springdale at the Spotted Dog Cafe.
Review Count: 24
States Visited: 11
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $60.00
One of the nicest RV parks I've visited. Paved roads, gravel pads, paved patio, picnic table, fire ring. Hookups are well located for motorhome. Lovely clean pool and hot tub. Wifi sometimes available in the resort office. Weak Verizon signal there, too. The abundance of campfires every evening made for smoky air in the RV. Located about 20 minutes from Zion NP. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 73
States Visited: 25
Helpful Reviews: 9
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $47.00
This park is gorgeous. The landscaping and sites take advantage of the red sandstone all around. It is pristine clean. The Virgin River is at the park perimeter. It's pricey, but fair given the location. Best to disconnect at registration. Initially we got confused and ended up at a dead end. It's easy to navigate...if you don't turn right after registration. Be sure to hold the map in the right direction. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 15
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $50.00
What a nice RV Park treat after being on gravel roads and pads the last 6 days in other RV parks. Long level concrete pads with shaded trees and plenty of grass for our Lab to lay on. Plus, a long concrete bike path outside the park to walk to the small city of Virgin for exercise only. Cable and OTA satisfactory with OTA. Wi-Fi good but spotty in the mornings and evenings. Verizon cell service only available in the Office area. Nice pool and hot tub. Definitely what a Resort RV Park should really be like. Staff was super friendly. We camped at Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Plenty of shops & restaurants in Zion. Try to go early, as this is a very, very busy destination National Park, and parking is difficult to find at best.
Good location for visiting Zion National Park. Wifi was spotty as was our Verizon service.EllenT • March 2017
Zion National Park is 12 miles up the road. It is breathtaking any time of year. We just hiked Upper Emerald Pools. Muddy at the bottom, snow up top, temperature in tne mid 50's. No crowds to speak of. We come in the fall and mountain bike the trails around Gooseberry Mesa.Josefz • January 2017
Here are some "off the beaten path" suggestions: Kolob Reservoir hiking/fishing, hiking Wildcat Canyon or Hop Valley trails. Many people love hiking Virgin River Narrows in Zion, but Kanarra Falls is a beautiful, shorter version of a river hike including slot canyons, waterfalls, and very few people. Kanarraville is about 20 miles north off I-15. We loved dinner in Springdale at the Spotted Dog Cafe.Smashcamp • November 2016
Don't try to bring your RV into Zion National Park. During peak season the shuttle bus will get you everywhere you want to go. Shop for groceries before you come, or go into Hurricane to find bigger markets.rfmscat • November 2016
Zion and not just the crowded Zion Canyon - be sure to take the drive to the other areas. St. George is a historic and interesting town with an excellent RAM dealer/service.Bob and Pat • October 2016
Park is about 20 minutes from Zion. Buffalo Trails Trading in Virgin has good food and a great owner. Be patient, it's worth it.cwier • October 2016
Stay in Zion National Park if you can instead! The East entrance is spectacular and if you stay here you generally can't use it (fee to use tunnel is negligible), as this RV park -- or resort as they like to refer it to -- is in the road to the south entrance via Springdale.Campers2016 • October 2016
We drove to Springdale (12 miles away) and caught the free shuttle to Zion National Park. When we got into the park we rode the free shuttle provided by the Park Service. All very easy. There's a huge WalMart in Hurricane, which is just a few miles away, if there's anything you've forgotten or need.MarBu • September 2016
Plenty of shops & restaurants in Zion. Try to go early, as this is a very, very busy destination National Park, and parking is difficult to find at best.mandrgames • September 2016
Springdale eat at Oscar's.You can park along road in Springdale, and take free bus service in Springdale, and to Zion entrance. Zion park what can one say, other then give yourself at least 3 days.NXTSTOP • August 2016
Very convenient to Zion National Park, so get out and enjoy!jtl2 • August 2016
The park is about 12 miles from the Zion entrance, so you have to find a place to park near Zion to board the shuttle to enter the park. From May through the summer, enter the park before 9:00 to find a place to park. The hike to the Narrows entrance is a level, 2-mile (round-trip) easy walk. Zion is a great park, but for completely different views drive Highway 9 out to the east entrance. Don't do this in a large RV or towing a trailer, if at all possible.PatriotParents • June 2016
Spotted dog excellent restaurant. Doggie dude ranch close and convenient for day care for dog so we could enjoy hiking unencumbered.Cake on the beach • June 2016
Easy drive to Zion NPMerBee • June 2016
Great restaurants and a some nice shops in Springdale. Make reservations as they fill up fast and close early. Grocery and fuel station in Hurricane. Park your vehicle in Springdale and take the free shuttle into Zion NP from there. Once in the park, there is another free shuttle to many trails.OH2SD • May 2016
Zion, of course. Don't miss Kolob Canyons. Fort Zion is a hoot and the food isn't bad.LeeL • May 2016
Zion NP is awesome and the hiking is great. Go to all three areas to fully appreciate the park. Take the drive to Bryce Canyon through the mountain tunnel of Zion. Bryce is magical and the hikes are excellent. Visit St George for great shopping and restaurants.DIXIEDUALLY2013 • April 2016
Close to Zion National ParkDreamCaptn • October 2015
The main lodge has a pretty well stocked convenience store. There's a grocery store (Lin's) and a Walmart Supercenter (and many other stores) in Hurricane, and then Springdale. If you Mountain bike, the GEM trail (amongst others in it's network) is a 5 minute drive. Guacamole trail is about 30 minutes, but only 2 streets up Rt9. Kolob Terrace Rd is 1 street up, which is home to the famous Subway Canyon. A great place to stay if you plan to do the canyon.Bodie217 • October 2015
Since you're here, I would think you would be visiting Zion National Park.Coopsecondact • October 2015
Good for NP visits at Zion and Bryce. We used this CG for visits to several NP's, but due to a large rock slide they had Rte 9 closed so the east entrance at Zion was not available.Dennis D • September 2015
Zion National Park is about 12 miles away. We parked in Springdale and took the free shuttle in and out with no issues. Springdale is a nice town, but a bit expensive for souvenirs since it's a tourist destination. Nice grocery store in Le Verkin about 9 miles away in the opposite direction from the resort.Austinp • September 2015
Zion & Bryce National Parks are within driving distance. They are simply magnificent! There are other towns nearby for groceries and using your cell phone.bsunnygirl • September 2015
If you're planning on driving through Zion NP to get to Bryce NP, be aware that you will have to pay both entrance fees - which for us totaled $60. Believe me, the views alone are well worth the price of admission, but you have the option of buying an annual pass for just $80 that will get you into every national park in the country for a whole year (all prices as of July 22, 2015).Wryly Blithe • July 2015
If you are going into Zion NP, make sure you leave early if you want to park at the visitors center. If you are after 10AM, you'll have to park at the nearby parking lot and walk into the park, which really isn't an issue. Also, in the park, it is a great idea to hike and then jump into the Virgin river. It is extremely refreshing.Zekeobadiah • July 2015
Springdale, a nearby town, offers several nice restaurants. We hiked on Angel's Landing and Emerald Pools at Zion National Park. We also made a day trip to Bryce Canyon. However, I would recommend just staying near the canyon so that you have more time to explore.Donorlinda • June 2015
It was smokin' hot during our 3days there, and it didn't cool off much at night. We would not stay here again because of the crowds at all Zion and Bryce viewpoints, and at all restaurants and fuel stops.Wyoming RVers • June 2015
Zion is a drive from the park (approx 13 miles). Hike the Narrows if you visit the park. There is a mile river side walk before you get to the water but get in the water and hike as far down as you think you can. It was one of the funnest activities I have done in my life. Also wear hiking boots/shoes when in the water. There are some nasty rocks that could twist an ankle.Camp Daddy • June 2015
When going to Zion NP we found it was best to go early to beat the rush of people. Also to get a parking spot at the Visitor center. The shuttles start running at 6am. You have to ride the shuttle up the canyon. You can't take your car (unless you are going on Highway 9 to the east entrance).Caveman54 • June 2015
Very close to Zion National ParkDelo50 • May 2015
Use the free shuttle service in Zion park as parking is limited.Semiretired • May 2015
Zion NP is just up the road, so this is a good location to stay while visiting the area.HenryMech • April 2015
Nice location to visit Zion and is an easy day trip to Bryce Canyon.LvR • April 2015
Zion Nationl Park is about 10 miles away.campingfoodie • March 2015
The park has full lists of various locations, places to shop and eat etc. The management is very helpful in providing all information you might require.ERB • December 2014
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