As others have written, this RV park is a gem. It is located within a short drive to Zion, with all the comforts of a five star RV resort. They even offer massages on site. The cement sites are big (30'x70'), all paved asphalt roads. The park features well furnished media/game room, clean pool, modern laundromat, and well stocked store. For a fee, the office offers a shuttle service to Zion NP. If you didn't bring a tow, you can park your RV in the park's guest parking lot if you get there early in the morning. The spaces fills up quickly.
The best attribute of this park is that it has full hook up in the middle of the Grand Canyon. With the frequent park shuttles, it was very convenient getting around the park and to reach all the dining and shopping areas. If you choose to camp here, please bring lots of leveling gear (blocks, rocks, shovel). As others have noted, the sites are very rustic with big pot holes where previous jack stands have been. The sites are hilly. We stayed here in our 40' motorhome. We never got the coach to level. Our slide-out got stuck and broke due to being out of level. However, the plus for the park is the South Rim has an excellent garage. The mechanics drove to out site and repaired the broken bolts and got the slide unit back in.
This park is located close to I-5 and central Redding. There is a WaterWorks Park (water slides & pool) just one block away. The park is well landscaped and well maintained, but the pull through sites and internal roads are small and narrow for big motorhome access. Be sure to have an extra pair of eyes when navigating through the park to avoid the numerous parked cars sticking out from the sites. There are shade trees all around. As with other Premier RV Resorts, the lounge and reception lodge area is well furnished (fireplace, library). The lounge serves continental breakfast and provide free newspaper in the morning, very friendly host.
Mountain Gate RV Park is one of the best park we've have stayed at in the Redding area. We've also stayed at Premier RV Resorts in Redding. As others have posted: very clean cement sites, easy big rig access, well maintained, well landscaped, lots of mature shade trees, and friendly staff. The resident managers are always out and around; maintaining the landscape & park. There is slight freeway noise from I-5, but not a problem at night with windows closed. Mountain Gate is about 8 miles north of central Redding, but still very close to dining and shopping and the Turtle Bay Museum; even split distance wise between Shasta Lake and Redding. The minus to Mountain Gate is the poor wifi coverage. It is available, but only in the office/clubhouse. The pool is a bit small, but OK. There are a few long term trailer residents, but those units appear well kept.