We stayed here one night as everything else was full in the area. Arrived late, did the night registration, found one empty site and I presume it was empty because when we tried to hook up to the 20 amp circuit for our site it was dead. We plugged in to our neighbors site to get power. The place was packed with rental RV's. The campground was what you would expect next to a National Park like the Grand Canyon. No one comes to the campground they come for the Grand Canyon so it was a place to park for the night, pick up some water and move on. We stayed the next night at the Ten X down the road where we had a reservation. The campground supposedly has wireless but because we checked in late we did not have access to a code in order to use. They offer a multitude of site options. 50 Amp, 30 amp with full hook up, 20 amp water and electric only and 20 amp electric only. They do have a dump station on site. We stayed in a 20 amp water and electric site that was level and we were able to get our 34 trailer and 21 foot truck on the site without having to unhook.
Nice campground in a rural setting surrounded by woods and rolling hills. Decent sized sites and reasonably level. We arrived late and available sites with maps to the site were posted on the door. Our site was large enough for us accommodate our 34' travel trailer and 21' truck without unhooking. We checked out with staff in the morning and they were very friendly. The main office and buildings are old and in need of some painting or siding so the place doesn't look the best. But otherwise looked like a pleasant place. We would stay here again
Decent campground large pull through site with lots of trees a bit out of level but not bad. Campground was the most expensive of all the campgrounds we stayed, including several other KOA's on our three week western trip. They would not honor AAA or any other discount card except for the KOA card. Wireless access was dismal despite our site be just a couple sites away from office. You would have thought for the price they would have had a good wireless access. Might be a good place to stay if visiting the local area or military bases but otherwise would look for another campground especially for a one night.
Convenient campground for overnighter. Arrived late. Self Registered. A little confusing figuring out what sites were available, but finally found a suitable site full hookup 30amp site. Campground was quiet with no road noise. Did not stop in the office in the morning. Good value for an over night. Only problem was burr's that we picked up on our shoes. Wifi was reasonable and we were able to access as it did not have a security code. Would spend the night here again if we were traveling through this area.
Spent one night at Cottonwood on our way to Colorado. Arrived around 7:30pm. Missed the turn off into the campground as the road looked like a farm road and signage was minimal. Roads in campground are all gravel. No one at the office when we arrived. Sign on doors said they would open at 8:00 am. We left around 9:00 am and no one was in the office when we left. We left money in an envelope for our nights stay. Sites are okay with concrete pads. Water and sewer hookups were convenient. Sites were large enough to accommodate our 34' travel trailer and 21' truck so that we did not have to unhook. Would only recommend the campground for a one night stopover place.
What a campground should be. Nice large sites well away from other sites. Nice large pine trees. Paved roads through out the campground and most of the sites are paved as well. Sites are not always level but we made it work. No dump station available and minimal water so as others state come with full water and empty gray and black water. We stayed at site 16 which was a nice pull through site. We reserved site ahead of time so our fee reflects the extra 9 dollars to reserve, first come first serve is $10.00. Would definitely stay at this campground again when visiting Grand Canyon as location is just down the road from the Grand Canyon Entrance and the town of Tusayan.
Chose South Forty over Charlie and Lizzies based on some reviews and Google Map review. For us South Forty was perfect. We enjoyed the out of town location. The owners are very helpful and are constantly working to make the park a great place. We had direct access to some great OHV riding on the Paiute trail. Wide variety of ages staying at the park with a fair number of older respectful OHV riders. No shade but trees have been planted and should provide some shade in a couple of years. The layout of the park allows afternoon shade from your awning, unfortunately the wind was blowing to much for us to put our awning out during our stay. Sites are both long and wide and level pull through sites. Wi-Fi during our stay was sporadic but we did have good 4G Verizon access.
We stayed at Arch View for 3 nights. Chose the location as it was out of town with direct access to OHV trails. The staff was pleasant and the park was nice, but the sites are very close together which I guess is not bad when the wind is blowing. The sites are of decent size, but we had to unhook our 21' truck from our 34' trailer to fit in the site. A big reason we decided to stay at Arch View was to get internet access, but they system was down most of the time we were at the sites. Fortunately, we were able to get 3G access on our phone hot spot for some work critical connections. The WIFI looks to be supplied by Hughes Satellite, and the best I could tell the problem was Hughes problem not an Arch View. Arch View is located about 10 miles north of Moab but only a couple miles from entrances to both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Small town KOA in the middle of nowhere just off I-70. Spent one night before heading to Goblin Valley State Park. Large, level, gravel sites. We did not have to unhook our 34' trailer from our 21' foot truck. The Wi-Fi was excellent. Staff was very pleasant and helpful. Some nice trees and grass areas around the sites behind the main building. This is the best option in Green River in our opinion. Free pastries and coffee available in the office in the morning.