This was a decent little park. GPS couldn't find it though and took us to the middle of a residential area. We weren't too far off the beaten path though as it turned out. The campground is at the end of the road so just keep going. It is a secure park - nobody getting in here that doesn't belong! Wouldn't know about the facilities as we didn't leave the rig after we hooked up. Good place to jump off from to hit the LA area on Sunday morning. We'll be back.
This is our second time in this park. It's not much to look at but its safe and has hookups. We brought our own toilet and shower so had no reason to use those here. It wasn't raining this time so muck wasn't a problem. We'll be back.
This park was small and quiet. Wifi worked most of the time unless a large rig pulled between you and the antenna. Lots of good places to eat and a perfect spot to park to go see the Pink Coral Sand Dunes State park. We would stay there again. Price seemed to be a little steep for this time of the year.
This was a little off the beaten path but we were happy to escape the interstate for a couple of nights. Management was VERY friendly. This is the place to take your ORV as the paths leave the campground. You can even take your horses and they have facilities there for them. We would go back in a minute. The nearby Nebo Loop scenic drive, while beautiful, was hazardous to a vehicle`s cooling system!
This park provides a safe clean place to park with excellent access to Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon. Amenities are sparse but the park was clean and the management was friendly and easy to get along with. They did say that the owners aren't in any big hurry to fix the wifi which is a drag but what can you do. Sites are not nearly level enough for big rigs. The men's room was locked with a padlock during our entire three day stay. The one closer to the registration office was open. On the whole, I'd stay here again if I was just passing through.