We stayed here as an overnight stop, arriving in the evening. My overall rating of 10 is based on overnight expectations only. Since it was dark, I couldn't see the grounds very well, but there didn't appear to be any shade trees - just a very open layout, which was fine as an overnight stay. We had a 28' RV (first time renter), and found the pull through sites plenty large - no problem there. The sites have Electric, Water, and Dumping. As an overnight stop only, all we cared about was a clean bathroom and shower, and we were not disappointed. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. This was the perfect overnight stop!! I would stay here again.
After reading some of the earlier reviews, I wasn't sure whether to stay at this campground. The previous reviews were a mixed bag (good and bad). I decided to stay assuming the negative reviews were probably people that were never satisfied or pleased. I made the right decision and was not dissappointed. I camped in a 28' RV (first time renter). All the RV sites are pull through, and plenty big. The sites have 20 amp elec, water and dumping. The sites all have a cluster of pine trees, which provided the right amount of shade and privacy. The bathrooms/showers were relatively clean, but lacked general maintenance giving them a run down appearance. The ground, like all of Wyoming is a very dry dirt, creating a great deal of dust - make sure you bring a rug or floor mat. This was our first RV trip, and I didn't think of bringing these items, but thankfully we did have a broom. Right next to the campground is the Flagg Ranch Resort Hotel, which has a gas station, convenience store with camping essentials, gift shop, and restaurant. We cooked our own meals, and never ate at the restaurant, but looked at the menu - it's expensive! The campground location between Yellowstone and Grand Teton is perfect for seeing both parks. Overall we had a very enjoyable experience camping here, and would do it again!
The location makes this campground great. It's at the base of the Zion Park Canyon, and the view surrounding you is stunning. However, you do sacrifice some amenities - Electric only hook-up, no water or dumping hookup at the campsite. There is a dump and drinking water station at the park entrance - so this is only a small inconvenience. We camped in a 28' RV (first time renting), and reserved a pull through site, but was given a site that required backing into. This was not a problem - the sites are plenty big. The rest rooms were relatively clean, but no soap or blowers to dry your hands - you had to bring your own soap and towel. There are no showers available at the campground, but there are some in town for a fee - this is a big inconvenience - so plan accordingly! We were in Loop B, and the walk to the front visitor center for catching the shuttle was very short. I overall loved having access to the the town and Zion park via the shuttle. Our overall experience was very good, and we would stay here again!