Nice park with lots of shade trees. Beautiful view of the surrounding hills. Park looked like it was full, but was quiet and relaxing. Pool and grassy areas looked nice but didn't go swimming. Interior gravel roads were a bit dusty but as long as people staying here abided by the posted speed limits, it wasn't bad.
We stayed here as we were passing though to go to Moab. Woodalls had rated this park pretty high so we were surprised that it really wasn't very nice. Looks like this may have at one time been an old KOA. Sites aren't too conducive to big rigs- short and narrow with overgrown trees, so unless you really need somewhere to stay, we recommend finding somewhere else along the way.
This park was very nice and located just south of town. Each site had a little strip of grass, picnic table and concrete patio. The park was well maintained and office had a lot of tourist information as well as offers to book tours, etc. We checked out several of the other RV parks in town while we were in Moab, and none were as nice as this one.
Nice, well-kept park with grassy spots. Friendly staff and it was a very nice place to stay. Has access to the Snake River. We were just passing through but hopefully someday we will come back and bring the boat.