Just wanted to give kudos to these guys for being open in the middle of winter. We had a day when the temps got above freezing and decided to go dump the tanks. These guys appeared to be one of the few places open. They had lodgers there so more of a full time living arrangement than a tourist site. Charged me $5 to dump, but there wasn't anyone there when I showed up so I had to self-serve. Still, looked like a nice place and if I was going that way and not already staying with family, likely where I would stop.
Only campground open this time of year, it was 14 degrees overnight and the water tap was frozen. Even with our propane and electric heat we barely made it thru the night. The other camper there made a much more dramatic flame sound when their heat came on, sounded like they were comfortable. In the AM we walked thru the snow to the showers and that made it all better. Nice and warm. It was nice that there was a place to go this time of year, and in the morning we were just a few miles from Bryce so we got there with the sun. Wish the water had worked, but it probably would have froze to the RV if we had hooked it up.