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rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice older campground. Most of the gravel sites need a small block or two to level. We camped in the back and it was very quiet. There are older mobile homes on two sides of the park, but the week we were there everything was quiet and little traffic on the interior roads. Power was excellent and hook-ups were up-to-date units. The landscaping was well maintained, but most of the trees have died due to insects a few years ago. The park just installed WiFi before we arrived. When it worked, it was adequate. Although the WiFi was free, you are required to get a password from the office. The system kept losing mine, and after 3 attempts I gave up. Hopefully they will iron out the bugs and it will be more reliable. The KOA down the street didn’t appear to be any nicer except for a few more trees and Country Aire has lower rates. This is an excellent location to visit Bryce and Zion. Don’t miss Kolob Canyon just south of Cedar City.
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a very nice small campground. It is not your typical parking lot layout. We checked all the campgrounds in the area and found Azalea Glen to be the nicest and most scenic in the area. The sites are on grass and are either in the sun or shade. The interior loop road is packed gravel. The area is very nicely landscaped with large trees and flowers. Bushes separate most of the campsites. The pond is very lovely but the sites next to it are pretty short for larger RVs. Patrick's Point State Park, one of our favorite parks because if its diversity of trees, ferns, rugged coastline and hiking trails, is right across the street. The campground does not accept credit cards.
rating [ 5/10 ]
KOA is quite proud of this campground and charged us $54.88 for one nights stay. The only game in town and they knew it. We were also rewarded with the foulest barnyard odor we have ever had to camp with. From the time we first arrived and opened the truck door until we left the stench was overwhelming. Ahh, the joys of camping downwind from the cattle barns and feedlots. The sites were on dirt and gravel. The trees, as previously mentioned, were trimmed back so they are not a problem if you are observant. The sewer hookups were old rusted pipe. The threads were gone so proper connections were not possible. To enter the campground after you register, you must go through a gate controlled by a keypad. This was very inconvenient and impossible to work from inside your RV. All in all, not a pleasant experience.
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a good older style campground. The management was helpful and gave us some great tips on local sightseeing. The Stout Grove of redwoods is a must see and close to the campground. Most of the sites are on loops rather than the typical parking lot layout. Many different types of sites from full shade to full sun. Good gravel roads and site pads. Many have concrete porches next to the sites. Not all sites were 50 amp. but new service was being upgraded while we were there. Sewer connections were at the back of the sites so be sure and have a long hose. The campground is secluded just North of town and is quiet. There are many campers who spend their summers here. We met several couples who were delightful folks to visit with.
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