The park has a great gift shop and the check in was a snap. We even changed sites to get more shade. The park was full of people in rented class C coaches touring Zion that checked in all day and night. Most of these people are from outside the United States so they ignored rules like clothes lines and noise. The park is clean and the hosts take pride in everything. The pull through sites are not designed with class A coaches. All the pull through sites are designed for right rear egress onto the gravel by the picnic table. Class A coaches exit onto the grass. (No mats on the grass.) Best park in the area. We would stay here again.
Southside is a stop over and not a destination unless you are a fisherman. Easy access from the freeway. We had a pull through site and they are way too close to the neighbors. The sites are gravel with a bit of grass on your right side but tracking the white dirt into the coach is unstoppable. The park is clean and well maintained and one can easily walk into the charming downtown area. We would stay here again. Best park in town.
WOW: this is the way you would hope it would be. Escort to the site. Check in after you are settled. Manager greets you at your site with gift bag. Daily news paper delivered to your coach. Trash pick up 2 times per day. Wine and cheese mixer on Friday. Breakfast on Saturday. Shuttle to farmers market. Great views. Attention to detail. Clean with lots of space. Don't miss this one!!!
The 1/4 mile of dirt road and 2 cattle guards were red flags, but the green grass, friendly staff and well maintained park was great. We had a pull in, where our windshield was 10 feet from the river. Was a great view. The utilities were adequate and the pull in sites are all gravel. There is a fee trout pond with a fish on every cast. Big Timber was a great place to visit with the locals. Spring Creek is a stop over unless you are a hunter / fisherman.
Easy access off the freeway but there are NO signs. We stayed in row E. The best? No way. Don't waste you money on row E. The sites are all concrete and way too close together. Stay in the upper section but row D is better (long, extra room and grass. Just pick a site away from the freeway noise). The work out facility is a joke and the pool / hot tub needs maintenance. The staff is friendly but are very hard to find. Wi-Fi and utilities are adequate.
The park is crowded and has overgrown trees so high profile vehicles will have trouble. Satellite TV is a crap shoot but Verizon worked well. The Wi-Fi was unreliable but the pool is OK. Our site was unlevel and took all our efforts to level the coach and then the sewer was 30 foot away. There are a lot of rules (2 pages) that are mostly ignored by the long term residents. The work out facility is a joke but there is a great RV/car wash at the entrance to the park. You must maneuver 2 large speed bumps on the way in. I-35 has a bit of road noise but can be silenced by the AC. Just a good average park.
We have stayed here 3 times and will continue to go back. Paved roads with level gravel sites. Wi-Fi and cable are good. All the hook ups are up to code. Satellite TV and Verizon work well. On-site repairs and a well stocked parts store. The staff is great and escort you to the site.
Not much here. The county road to the park is dusty with wash boards. The power appears a bit dangerous, and the sites are not level. It is rundown and has a lot of long term occupants that have a lot of junk. If you have to stay in Post, this is the best park, but you would be better off to drive on by this place.
This park has it all. Concrete roads and pads, great hook ups including 50 TV cable channels. The pull through sites are crowned in the middle so you can always level and are staggered for privacy. The pool and work out facilities are great. The grass is manicured and the sites are in order. The staff was great. We will definitely stay here again