The park is convenient to Bryce Canyon, but that is the only real plus. The newer sites in the back are dirt and some rock. The older sites that are in the trees are not level at all. I would pass on this park unless you must be close to Bryce Canyon.
This is ok for a one night stay where you are passing through. There are 15 sites that run in parallel lines making getting large rigs in and out difficult if they have high occupancy. Luckily they were not full when we stayed here. The sites are relatively level and have some newly planted trees. The park is in an industrial are with industrial plants close by. This is not a park for a long stay, but served us fine for one night on our way to Yellowstone.
This park is in a poor location. Roads are very tight due to so many cars parked in front and in back of what appear to be permanent residents. The restaurant in the front is a bar with a poor menu. Do your self a favor and skip this park if at all possible.
The park is well cared for and the staff is outstanding. The sites all have fire pits with grates for cooking. Many pull through sites. The only issue we found was the poor design of where the picnic table is placed in the pull through sites as the location is poor for big rig access with doors in the front of the coach. We found the roads to be a little tight but not unmanageable. The pull through sites have level concrete pads. There are many trees and I can see how some would have trouble getting satellite access. We had good WiFi coverage. The pool, hot tub and rec areas are top notch. The store is well stocked. This park is a good location for accessing Zion National park. We will definitely be back.
Aside from the location, this park doesn't offer anything worth the cost. We had a very tight and short pull-through site that was not level either side to side or back to front. We were within a couple feet of our neighbors and the outside was not usable for our space as it was taken up by our slides. The staff was friendly and helpful. They charge for guests to visit which is unnecessary. I wouldn't stay here again as the price was just not justifiable. Access from PCH was easy except for the very steep driveway entrance.
Nice RV park with some nice amenities. Outstanding dog park. Nice "club house facilities" for group meetings. The park has some tight spots, but drivable in a 40 RV towing. We had one of the few pull through spaces which was level and had a nice concrete patio with pavers securing the wall. The picnic table provided was not usable as it was severely sun damaged as were most that we saw during our stay. The Wi-Fi didn't work and we were told the "genius" was unavailable to fix it so it never worked during our 3 night stay. The staff was helpful for all other requests. The location is convenient to I-25, but still quiet.
The staff at the campground were very friendly, they even gave our dogs each a bone. They were very helpful in guiding us to our site which was very shady as there are trees everywhere. The sites are somewhat tight due to the number of trees but we were able to maneuver our 41 foot motor home and dinghy without any problems. The facilities are not pristine but they are satisfactory. Access to west bound 20 upon leaving was not very clear. The WiFi access was strong with high bandwidth.
The campground is basically just a extremely large parking lot with gravel. While the sites are very level and the hookups were fine, the secured WiFi access was very poor. While we were there the advertised indoor pool and hot tub were closed for renovation. I got the feeling they were closed for a very long time. Access off of I-10 was very simple and there are plenty of places to get a bit to eat along the main road. We wouldn't stay here again unless we had to stop.
We were in the back row closest to the monthly site area. The access to the campground was fairly easy off of I-55 and there were plenty of places around for a bite to eat or to pick-up some provisions. The office had a store with some camping items as well as some knick knacks. Overall the campground was very neat with plenty of shade trees. The noise from the interstate was not loud enough that it could be heard in the motorhome. The big downside for us was the performance of the wi-fi network. While we were able to connect without any problem to this unsecured network, the bandwidth was very poor. The price was a little high for the amenities.
The Milton Heights Campground is a large family campground with minimal amenities. We camped here in July and there were a large number of children who took advantage of the pool for most of the day. The campground was nicely kept. While there was a cable hookup at the site we used, it did not work. The campground requires the usage of a key card to go in and out and you must pay a $20 cash deposit for the card. They will accept either US or Canadian dollars for the deposit and return the same upon return the key card. The campground did not offer any wireless access. They did offer a 10% discount for Good Sam members.