Good RV park for one or two nights. The park is run by the Casa Blanca Casino. We go to the casino first to register which is only a couple of blocks from the RV Park. Be sure to ask for directions before leaving the casino. You cannot make a left hand turn into the RV park. The pull thru spaces are very, very tight. We could not leave in the morning until our neighbor moved his truck. I would recommend a back in spot as they are wider and there is an extra two feet of space in the grass area of all back in spots. We were able to get WiFi and there is a pool. Guests also have use of all the Casino's facilities. There is a small, grassy area for dogs.. Better yet is the vacant parking lot next to the RV Park to walk your dog. Please be courteous and pick up after your dog. Don't ruin it for the rest of us.
We spent four nights in this Campground/RV Park after spending a week in the Watchman Campground in Zion National Park. We came here to take advantage of the amenities: laundry room, Wi-Fi, water, electricity, cable TV, and sewer. We had a spacious pull-thru site in Section A because we were at the end of the row. The pull-through sites in the middle of this section were tight. Next time we will reserve a back-in site next to the river. The RV park is pet friendly. No dog runs, but plenty of grass. We stayed here in March before the tourist season. One bathroom was being renovated, the pool was not open, and the grounds were not quite in shape. Definitely a campground atmosphere which we like. The RV Park advertises "tubing access" but there was only one place to access the river and it was not well maintained. The laundry room had 10-12 washers and dryers and was very clean. The RV Park is within walking distance to the National Park and all the shops and restaurants Springdale has to offer.
We stayed in the Watchman Campground 5 nights. We had a spacious, level site for our 30 foot RV. A sanitation station with water and a dump is at the entrance to the campground and is easy to access when checking in or out. Sites include electric hook ups. Dogs are welcome and must be on a leash at all times. Dogs are only allowed on the roads or on the Pa'rus trail. Dog boarding for overnight or just for the day is available at the Doggie Dude Ranch in Rockville (only about a 5 minute drive from the campground). Our dog loves it there during the day while we enjoy hiking the trails. The park in Springdale has a dog park across the river, too. Springdale is a full service community with lots of good restaurants within walking distance from the campground. Park Service employees were very friendly and helpful. Well worth $19 per night.
We stayed two nights at the Arch Rock Campground. This campground does not have water or sewer hookups but it did have a water spigot close to our site. This is fine as we like the " camping" atmosphere. Our campsite was secluded as it was nestled in among the red rocks. We spent our days hiking the trails. The park is pet friendly. Dogs are allowed on the trails as long as they are on a leash. The Visitor's Center had information on the area's plants, wildlife, Native Americans, and geology. A nice gift shop, too. Just outside the campground is a water and dump station. It was easy to get to when checking in or out. Both the campgrounds are on a first come first serve basis. Recommend getting there in the early afternoon (right after check out time) to ensure a campsite. We will definitely stay here again.