Spacious sites with plenty of trees for shade. Only electricity available at the site. 38' motor home pulling a Blazer fit in our space easily. Be prepared to level your rig as most sites slope moderately. Each site comes with a table and fire pit. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. Busy on weekends, but we had the place to ourselves during the week. Plenty to do in the summer as there is a pool, hiking trails, lake, ranger activities. Definitely would stay again.
This campground has several pull through sites with full hookups that allow you leave your vehicle attached to your rig. Our motorhome is 38' pulling a Blazer. Site was clean, picked up with a table and fire pit. Wi-Fi and cable TV is available through out the campground. With the Current River running alongside the campground, arrangements can be made for pick up or drop offs. Tubes, canoes and kayaks are available to rent in the office. Family atmosphere with friendly hosts. Have stayed here twice now that we know where this hidden jewel is located.
Buffalo Point National River Park is a fantastic place to stay if you like getting away from it all. We were close to the Buffalo River for using our Kayaks, hiking trails with multiple water falls, historical sites, shade trees. All sites were level, paved, roomy. Staff kept the bathrooms spotless. Spent two weeks there would have stayed longer if it was allowed. Definitely will go back. Stock up on groceries as it is 14 miles to Yellville to a grocery store or fast food restaurants. Plenty of wild life to enjoy, cooler down by a river.
Plenty of trees, grass and beautiful river sites. Staff was friendly. Plenty of room for a 38 footer with slideouts in each site. Conveniences were close by in Yankton. Has an area for horses if you are traveling with them. Plenty to see and do in the area for all ages.
There is grass and shade at the sites in this primitive campground. The campground host was friendly, knowledgable about what to see and do in the area. There is a general store available. The historical sites were open for viewing, plus an apple orchard complete with wild deer eating the apples. Enjoyed our stay.
For a primitive campground it was very clean. No shade, but each site has a pavilion and wind breaker. A dump station and potable water is available. Pulled our 38-foot rig into our site without a problem. Nice tent sites are also available. The road construction leading to Goblin Valley, yielded some delays. There are no services available in area, so gas up and bring whatever you need.
An oasis in the middle of the desert with green grass and shade trees at each site. It's next to Green River Golf course and Green River, both of which can be accessed from campground. Golf summer special: $20 all day with a cart. Played as much as I could for the time we were there. It's convenient to several National Parks. Watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew melons are grown in area and can be purchased reasonably. The evenings cool down to 60-70 degrees, with daytimes in the 90's. Am going back next year for a couple of weeks of golf.
This campground was clean and well kept up. Our center pull-through space didn't allow for an awning to be put out, but the length allowed us to leave the tow vehicle parked behind without unhooking. We stayed 3 nights to visit close by National Parks within easy driving time. There is shopping in Cedar City. We would stay again.
Love to fish? This is the place for you. The White River sites are fantastic, swimming in river not recommended below dam. Activities are weekly with Gaston Visitor Center full of information. Tje Guides were very helpful, the Park Rangers made our stay very pleasant.
The campground hosts were very helpful last year, so we are going back for 3 months in Sept.-Nov. 2009. Spaces are small for slideouts and awning, but the area is beautiful clay mountains. There are lots of hiking and biking trails, St. George minutes away. Don't miss the hike to the Volcano top.
It is WONDERFUL! We spent a week there enjoying the area. The park has beautiful spacious sites where you are not crammed in together. A bery Friendly town. There is a great Scrapbooking store on 3rd street. We are voing back next year.
It has beautiful views. It has a great location for Glacier National Park. HOWEVER, Sites were so small you couldn't put out an awning as there was only a 8' space between sites. Advertised as having WiFI, but you have to go to a hotspot in the Office as only 10 sites near office had Wi Fi. The entrance had dumpsters with no lids and trash spilled out, maintenance area. Be aware there is no Phone Service in Area.
1st site hookups were not working. Sites were not mowed, grass was up to bench on table that needed a lot of TLC. Shade? Old abandoned trailers and motorhomes with high grass was in last rows. Older couple trying, but can't keep up the park by self. Son suppose to take over. Would not stay again.