This is a great RV park in the perfect location to explore Zion National Park. Walking distance to the shuttle but also an easy walk to the visitor center where you can take the shuttle within the park. You can also easily walk to many restaurant options and shops in Springdale. Now this sounds like you are in the middle of town and it is, in fact it is behind the Quality Inn Hotel, but once in the park you really don't notice this. It feels like any other RV park and it was very comfortable and actually very quiet at night. We happened to be there over Memorial Day weekend so it was VERY busy and the park was full. The lots are narrow so we were on top of each other a little bit but we spent most of our day in Zion so that did not bother us and we met a lot of interesting people.
The big plus with this park are the views. It may be packed in but you are so close to the cliffs of Zion that the view is up so you have a view from almost everywhere. We did have an issue with a tree in our lot that was hanging too low and since they did not have much flexibility with the holiday weekend the staff was really great about coming out to cut the low hanging branches so we could easily pull our rig in the spot. We would absolutely stay here again - maybe not over a holiday weekend next time.
This was really the only full hook up location for access to the North Rim, about 40 miles away but it is a lovely drive. Nice location away from the highway with a short drive on a dirt road. The campground is simple dirt lots with lots of trees around the perimeter. Very friendly staff. Very quiet. If we ever return to the North Rim we would stay here again.
This was our third time staying at this RV Park for an annual cycling event we attend and we really like it. Very quiet, nice amount of space so that you are not on top of your neighbor and a lovely place to relax after a full day of activity. We also enjoy just walking around the park in the late afternoon meeting friendly people. We will continue to return to this RV park.
This is a nice campground, it is 2 miles from the south entrance of Yellowstone and at the north end of the Grand Teton National Park. Having just come from West Yellowstone we were there to explore the Tetons and it was a great location for the four nights we were there. Site are a nice distance apart, some lots had trees to maneuver around but it was not too bad. We had a lot of rain while there and was pleased that it was not too muddy, but I could see that had it been drier while there it may be dusty. Restrooms were clean, but in the shower areas they need to pay more attention to cleaning under the mats, I would use shoes in the shower. Very quiet location. Met lots of nice people. We plan to return to visit the Tetons again and would consider this park again. It is expensive, but everything between Yellowstone and the Tetons is pricey. That is why we spent 6 nights in West Yellowstone, before coming here for the Tetons.
If you just been a place to park your trailer while you explore the Moab area and come back to the trailer only to eat and sleep, and you don't mind very close proximity to other trailers and RVs then this is the place for you. The park is very close to the highway; it doesn't matter where you are in the park there is highway noise. They choose sites for you base on the length of the trailer, not the truck and trailer. If the truck does not fit on the site you have to park elsewhere or let it hang out in the driving area (which they don't seem to care much about). Because we leave very early in the morning we prefer to hook up the night before. We could not do that here. All of this said there are some nice pluses to this place. Very nice staff, very clean, nice trees in half the park, and there is a nice pool. We did not use the pool but it was used regularly by others who seemed to be enjoying it.
This was probably one of the most beautiful RV parks we have stayed at. We had a lake front site and the premium was worth it (we were there during off season rates). Lots of space between sites and the sun setting on the other side of the lake was breathtaking. We came here to explore Yellowstone, it was about a 12 or 14 mile drive to the west entrance but this location was so worth that drive, we looked forward to coming back to our trailer for our evening cocktails by the lake every day. We spent 6 nights there, spent one day exploring the lake with one of their boat rentals, and dipped the fishing line in for awhile. We did not catch anything but others did, we were not really serious about it. We also enjoyed meeting other campers there, and the staff were very friendly. Facilities very clean, and the campground very quiet at night. Fabulous fire pits, especially with the lake front site. I would absolutely recommend this location. We hope to go back someday.
This was a very nice little park, very small, nice space between lots and very quiet. We came here on the first stop of a long trip visiting national parks. We spent two days exploring Zion, this park was not exactly close but if you don't mind a bit of a drive and want to be away from the crowds that stay closest to Zion then this is a great little RV park. Very clean. Nice big shade trees. Leeds is a VERY small little town, there is a small grocery store but you have to drive a bit for a gas station. Nice quiet local streets for an evening walk.
We camped at this park last year for a cycling event and enjoyed it so much we returned again this year. Most spaces are wide with plenty of room between them and well groomed. We read about a new restaurant in the clubhouse but did not get an opportunity to try it (maybe next year). There is a wonderful winery just adjacent to the RV Park, we enjoyed going there one afternoon for a wine tasting. Lovely park to take a stroll in the late afternoon. They were having a promotion to stay 3 nights then the 4th was free: perfect since we stayed 4 nights! We will return again next year.
This was a great park for us as we participated in a cycling event in the area (Skinny Tire Festival), this was our second trip to this park. They have the most clean bathrooms and showers I have ever seen at a campground/RV park. Nice spaces, but end spaces are best. Owners are very nice. It is near the main highway so there is road noise but we were not there most of the day and the evening traffic was not bad. During this second visit there was some construction on a bridge that is close to the park so there was construction noise - the good side to this is that this construction was to improve the bridge and the bicycle path. There is a great bicycle path that runs next to the highway that you can jump on right from the park. Moab is just a quick drive down the road. We would consider returning again.
This campground was a great new find for us. New owners who are lovely and anxious to please their patrons. Very clean and well kept. There is a very small lake and stream. They took great care to spray for mosquitoes so our initial concern over that became a non-issue. Some areas of this campground are more crowded than others.The area around the small lake has larger spaces. This was a great location to explore Gunnison and Crested Butte. We will definitely return.
This is a lovely little park in a beautiful setting. It was a great home base for us to explore the towns or Ouray and Ridgeway as well as the many trails for our motorcycle and hiking. The park was very clean and quiet. There are two basic areas. We were in the "front" area which was nice but the "back" area seemed to have more space and there was lots of grass. We will probably opt for that area when we return. We also enjoyed strolling around the campground every evening - it was just lovely. One of the nicest KOA's I've seen.