Nice large, level, gravel sites. Nice pool and showers. It was close to railroad tracks, but it wasn't too bad. Seemed to have a fair amount of full time residents, which we are not crazy about, but they all seemed to keep their sites tidy. No doggie bags provided which I think is a good thing for campgrounds to do to insure campers pick up after their dogs. But this was not a big deal since we always bring some of our own. Not fancy, but clean nice campground which we would stay at again if in the area.
Nice clean, large, level sites with shade trees. The sites were easy to pull in and out of. Beautiful showers and bathroom. Good wi-fi, but slow. Nice tables and bar-b-q at each site. Large and well maintained laundry on site. They had a fair amount of nice cabins to rent also. Located well for exploring the area. We were exploring Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument. It worked out well for us and was close to grocery stores and other services. We would stay again if in this area.
Nice campsites, with table, fire pit, grass, and trees. Great view of the area, but not taken advantage of by the positioning of the campsites. Clean showers and bathrooms, but not fancy. Nice small pool. Cabins were available that looked pretty nice, and nice sites for tent campers. Horseshoe pits available. Nice store with good prices for souvenirs and supplies. Everything was well maintained. Only negative I can say is that there was no dog run, and doggie bags were not provided. Not a big deal, but it is nice when the campgrounds provide the doggie bags. The other good thing about the campground is that there was a mechanic next door that we used to make some repairs on my hydraulic leveling jacks. The campground is located fairly close to Capital Reef National Park so if you are going to explore that park this is a good campground to use. I would stay here again if I was in this area.
This is a top notch campground or resort. Everything is extremely well maintained, and the views are tremendous. The landscaping with ponds and fountains is super nice. The showers, bathrooms, and pool are first class. This park is divided into two sections. One section is available for individual purchase of the campsites, and the other part is strictly for rental. The ownership part is the best section, and there are sites available for rent. This is the section we stayed in, and actually is the second time we have stayed here. The other section of the resort is not as fancy, but the owners have spent considerable money to improve this section since the last time we stayed here. The owners are very nice, and in fact, led me and two other campers that had four wheel drive vehicles on a beginners rock crawl trail with our vehicles for no charge. He was very professional about this and careful to make sure we had no problems. I would definitely stay here again if I was in Moab. One of our favorite campgrounds or resorts.
This really is your only option if you want full hook ups, and you want to explore Great Basin National Park. The sites were level, and pull through, and it was real close to the park. It was a little run down, but everything worked, and the management was friendly, professional, and helpful. In addition to the camp sites, there was a 6 room motel on site. Never saw inside the rooms so can't comment on that part. Also on site was a bar, and this actually was the highlight of the campground. The reason is that the young rangers from the park frequented the bar, and it was enjoyable to go there at the end of the day, and have conversations with them about the park, and other parks. The campground wasn't fancy but if I was in the area again, I would gladly stay there.
Nice campground if you are in the natural section of the trees. They have a lot of sites that are all pavement. It is like being in a parking lot. Not for me. The hookups were ok, but it appeared to me not super well maintained. The bathrooms, and showers were clean. The only negative thing about the showers was that the faucets were spring loaded, and you had to continually press them. I think they wanted us to take a shower like if you were dry camping in your motorhome. Get wet, turn off water, suds up, turn water back on, and rinse yourself off. It was ok, but a little annoying. The good thing is the water is set at a predetermined temperature. We have a dog and it is always nice when the campground provides doggie bags, which this one did. Our children enjoyed the indoor pool also. Location is good. Not too far from town, and right across the road from the Visitor Center. I would stay here again.
Very nice campground across from the lake, with a real nice beach, and snack bar, and other services. Beautiful setting surrounded by pine trees. Nice wide and long sites with plenty of room for the rv, and tow vehicle. The sites were full hook ups, and well maintained. The bathrooms and showers were both clean and convenient. The location was good, with plenty of services close by. The staff was helpful and professional. I would stay here again.
It had all the hookups and a nice level site. It was real close to Gull Lake, which is a really nice lake. And there was a super cute marina at the lake where they would have a campfire for the people coming early in the morning. I would go there walking my dog. It was also walking distance to town. There were nice pine trees in the campground giving it a nice setting. The owner was nice, pleasant, and helpful. There is another campground close by that gets real good reviews and to me it wasn't really any better than this one, and it was closer to a semi busy street. The only two negatives I can think of were that they didn't have any bathrooms and showers, which is not really a big deal when you have that in your RV. The only other thing they should have available which they don't, are doggie bags.
We stayed here for three days over the Memorial Day weekend. We originally were going to dry camp, since that is all that was available when we made our reservation, thus the campground was full. I requested to be put on a list to upgrade in case someone canceled. The day before we left to go I received notice that they had indeed upgraded us to electric and water site. The people managing the campground and the owner were very professional, friendly, and helpful with both what I needed at the park, and what there was to see, and do in Sequoia National Park. The park itself is in a beautiful setting right on a river. Many people were having fun either swimming in the water hole or fishing in the river. The campground was clean, and well maintained. The only negative I found was that since we were not hooked up to sewer we had to be careful how much water we used, thus we needed to take showers in their bath house. It was OK, but could have been better. The owner has owned the park for three years and is continually making upgrades to the park. If he makes more full hook up sites the baths would not be a problem. I would definitely return to this campground and try to get one of the full hookup sites backing to the river. Many of the people we met come here often because they like it so much.
A very nice park. It was very well laid out with large easy access sites. Everything was nice and clean and well maintained. At the center of the park were all the facilities, pool, shower, store, video arcade, playground etc. They had a nice grassy area between the sites, which made it nice to sit outside and enjoy the weather. I would definitely stay here again if I were in the area.
A very nice setting once you get here. The ride to the campground is a little scary. It is a narrow road and you cross a narrow bridge. My GPS told me I was here, but I wasn't and I was afraid I had passed it and the road was so narrow there was no way I would have been able to turn around. Fortunately you take the road all the way to the end. Each site is separated by nice green hedges which gives a lot of privacy. The sites were easy to back into and instead of numbers they each had a name which was quaint and unique. The only negative I found once here, was that they didn't have any doggy bags available. Otherwise the park was clean and there was a nice river that ran behind the park.
The park was nice and clean and was right on the waterfront. There was a nice path to walk our dog along the ocean and a grassy area to one side of the park for also walking the dog. The spaces were large which made it easy to pull in and out. The employees were helpful and courteous. The only negative was the lack of greenery. Pretty much everything was paved which didn't make it conducive to want to be outside unless you were parked in one of the ocean front sites. There were a lot of full time residents here, but it seemed to be managed fairly well and so it wasn't an eyesore like some parks that I have been too. A good park to stay if you are touring San Francisco. It was a short easy drive to downtown San Francisco.