Typical KOA - clean with all facilities. Problems: too many flies to permit sitting outside (they offer trail rides and keep horses, donkeys, etc); and they DO NOT HONOR THE PRICE THEY CONFIRMED. When we arrived, we were informed that their prices had gone up since we made the reservation. We only had two options: pay the higher price or forfeit the "full" amount already paid with booking. Contacted KOA Organization, who essentially informed me that NONE OF KOA PRICE CONFIRMATIONS MEAN ANYTHING! It is up to the individual campground to decide if they want to honor their own confirmed reservation!
Site was shaded, level and spacious; closest campground to Bryce Canyon National Park (less than a 5 minute ride); offered many activities from Rodeo to ATV. Gas Station with full repair capability, small grocery store, and other shops on the complex. Would certainly stay there again.
The Park met all expectations - clean and efficient. I want to add a special comment about staff: they dropped by in the evening to bring fresh vegetables from their garden; and then a little later to bring a special home-made Cajun dish: and all that for a one night stay! The warmth of all their staff is remarkable!
Our site inside this National Park was the most beautiful site we ever had, with wonderful views and near total privacy. The Virgin River offered a useful alternative to no showers. Drinking water readily available. Visitor Center within easy walking distance; free shuttle service inside National Park as well as into adjoining town of Springdale.
Very poorly kept sites - example: site next to ours had old broken sewer hose and broken chair that had obviously been there for some time, and after mentioning this at front desk, nothing was done. Campground showers did not exist, all showers had to be taken at the Hotel pool, a long walk from site in 115 degrees! Clearly the management and staff of this "Resort" cater only to their hotel guests and treat RV customers like visitors from a third world country! We left early and shall never return!
Very attractive lay-out, many sites with shade trees, very children-friendly with special on-site programs for them. Showers got a lot of use so cleaning did not keep up - a minor irritant. Park is 22 miles from Yosemite Park boundary but please know that from Campsite to Yosemite Village and Visitor Center takes about 90 minutes along slow and rather edgy roads.
Our site on the river was excellent - private and beautiful and shaded for our 4 day stay. Staff extremely helpful in solving a serious lock-out problem (they fixed it). The effort by owners and staff to make and keep this place beautiful is obvious. Showers were old and adequate, Wi-Fi at/near office was excellent; nice swimming hole in the river. Would definitely camp there again and expect that owners will continue to modernize.