This "park" is down a 2 mile long dirt road. It is a surprise when you arrive though because you are camped with full hookups in a very remote setting. However, your rig will be filthy and also your tow if you have one. The manager did say to use all the water we wanted to wash them off (which we did) but then we got covered in dirt again on the day we pulled out. There is WiFi but you have to be parked close to the office and no rigs in between you to get it. Our Verizon Jetpak didn't even work as we couldn't get even a 3G signal. Verizon cell phones only worked on roaming and service was spotty. There's one gas/convenience store in Long Valley Junction so don't expect much. If you can handle the dirt on the rig and the inconvenience of having no WiFi or cell, this is a great home base to explore the area from. We went to Bryce and Zion while staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park, owned by the Lutheran Church, is located two miles east of the junction of US 89 and UT 14. Access is by gravel/dirt road. Park is not fancy, but it is in a beautiful setting with abundant deer and nice clean facilities. Operated by a lady and her husband who are friendly, helpful, and very pleasant. Rate is based on Passport America and a negotiated deal for 5 nights. About half was between Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, close to Cedar Breaks National Monument, so a great base camp. Might be a sloppy road in the rain. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.