Very clean park and an excellent value for the price. As with many parks, Wi-Fi was intermittent at best. Host was friendly and helpful. Location was very convenient for visiting many of the national parks and monuments in southern Utah. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great value! Pull-through 50 amp full-hookup site for $12.95 a night, near national parks. Not fancy, but nothing wrong with it. Laundry was fine, did not use showers or bathrooms so don't know about those. Good Verizon internet and phone signal. Other parks in the area charge much more, and they really didn't look any better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based solely on the low rate. We were reluctant to stop in while traveling through the area. But, boy we were pleasantly surprised upon arrival and found this to be the greatest value we have ever experienced. Gravel sites are fairly level and long enough for our 40' plus toad. As mentioned by another reviewer, the sewer pipe should be placed closer to mid coach, but not a big deal. The folks managing the park are extremely friendly and helpful. And the longer term guests are just as friendly. Beautiful view of the mountains and easy access to town and Bryce Canyon. Bottom line... if you're looking for resort type features such as swimming pool, paved sites, lots of trees, grass, etc., then this isn't for you. If you want the best value ever for short stay (or long for that matter) and the comfort of friendly hosts and fellow guests, then this is the place to be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a pull-through site with full hookups. Everything at site was in good working order. Lots of improvements taking place at the park. Convenient park to base camp for visiting all the area national parks and scenic drives. Would definite stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has come a long way. RV sites are packed gravel and pretty level. All hookups work fine (some sewer connections are far away for a motor home and need two hoses). Wi-Fi is OK (a little spotty). Great laundry with huge washer/dryers. Owner and hosts are working every day to improve the park. Most of the trashy trailers are gone and tent sites and meeting areas look very nice now. Park is very convenient for visiting Zion and Bryce and right in the center of an ATV paradise and the best of all - the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing that can be said about this park is that it has lots of potential. The sites are good sized. The roads and sites are packed gravel. The owner has spent considerable time putting in attractive plantings and conversation areas. The Wi-Fi is very fast and is accessible at nearly all sites. The laundry is well-equipped. The owner is a really nice guy who tries to make sure his customers are happy. The bad news is that there are abandoned cars and trailers around the property. The dilapidated office would look more at home at the Bates Motel. If these visual issues don't bother you then this place is a great buy (price cited is based on a monthly rate) and a perfect location from which to tour Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef and other local attractions. This park is especially popular with ATVers who can access local trails from just outside the property. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If your only concern is that the hook ups work, this park is a good spot. The sites are gravel and very unlevel. There is a lot of junk such as old mobile homes, vehicles, etc., around. The owner appears to be working very slowly on cleaning the place up but has a long way to go. If you simply want a place to park for the night, great. If you are looking to stay for a while, I would find another park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner is really doing a lot of work on this park. Used to be a wreck, but is rapidly improving. The laundromat is quite nice. There are quite a few spaces that still need more leveling, especially in the side rows so most everyone is put on the back row. It would be nice to have a choice. It is a little inconvenient as it is about 3 miles out of Panguitch, so there is no walking into town if you intend to stay for an extended period of time. Our advise, give it a try. Decide for yourself. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is definitely improving. We stayed there for 3 weeks. Close enough to Panguitch to run back and forth easily, but outside town enough to have a nice view. Electricity, water and sewer all worked well. We had 50 amps. Wi-Fi supposedly available in office, but never tried it. Laundry a bit basic, but sufficient and not expensive. Office is rather shabby. However, new owner is working hard on this park. The landscaping and outdoor facilities are being upgraded as we speak. Landscaping is very attractive. A new putting green is underway. We will definitely return here next time in Panguitch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The most recent reviews on this campground were 2008, and they were pretty bad. However, it is obvious that the owners have made a lot of improvements and are continuing to upgrade the park. No frills, but there are nice wide pullthroughs with full hookups, and we found it a nice place to stay overnight. It is about 45 minutes from Brice Canyon Notional Park, and Panguitch is a nice little town with plenty of restaurants and stores. The rate is unbelievably low. Base rate is $13 with $1 extra each for 50 amp, extra people, and pets. With tax our total was only about $18. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Will not stay again. Extra charge for 50amp @ $1.00/day. Park rules are no electric water heaters, extra charge for air conditioners. Extra charge for dogs @ $1.00/day. Why charge extra for 50amps and an additional charge for air conditioners??? Park is very basic with no frills. We are RPI members and get a reduced rate. I would really be upset at additional charges if I paid full rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Calling this campground paradise is a joke. it is a dump with several old campers that belong in the junk yard and broken wood laying around. There is absolutely no grass and to charge $1 a day for our dog (who we clean up after) is an insult. The man in the office was rude. That was the last straw. We pulled right back out. I would rather stay in WalMart's parking lot. We were told $12 a night when we made our reservations. $1 additional a day for the dog and $1 for 50amp. The man at the office wanted $13 and when I commented on the difference, he said we could go to KOA and pay $40 a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park looks like someone is trying to upgrade and improve the looks, but its still pretty barren. Old trailers in place and the office really needs a good cleaning and removal of all the clutter from years back. The odd part is the elderly gent who checked us in did so without too much stress. But as we turned to exit, he walked around the check-in counter and blocked our way so we couldn't get out the door. He started a rant and rage about the presidential candidates, couldn't figure out if he was a Democrat or Republican, he hated them all and wanted to rant and rage. He kept it up for well over 5 minutes and no way was I going to be sucked into a discussion with him. We finally seized an opportunity to force our way past him and exit. We won't be staying here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here on RPI and it is not a fancy park, but had full hook-ups. They are working on fixing it up. The camp hosts were nice and the sites were good enough for the price. It is close to Bryce. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I made a reservation through RPI to stay at Paradise RV Park in Panguitch, Utah so my wife and I could be close to Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks. We arrived in the morning about 9:30 a.m. which was earlier than we anticipated and decided to drive to Paradise RV Park to see if we could check in early so we could visit Bryce during the remainder of the day. When we arrived we were very disappointed in the RV park's appearance. It had a couple of older, not well maintained trailers sitting at the back of the park and one new RV also. The place was devoid of any shade and needed mowing as well. When I went to enter the office/store the door was locked and no one was around. There was a sign saying they would be back at 10:00 a.m. At 10:00 a.m. no one showed up. After some discussion we decided this was not the place for us and left. I called RPI to make a new reservation at another RPI member RV park. When they indicated that we already had a reservation for the night I told them we didn't like the place and that it was one of the ugliest, unkempt RV parks we have ever seen. They made us a new reservation and I thought that was the end of it. We didn't mind paying for the night we cancelled at Paradise RV Park. About 9 days later after we returned home we had received a post card from the owner of Paradise RV Park calling us dumb fools and saying we were not welcome at their RV park and generally belittled RPI members in general. I couldn't believe an RV park owner would stoop to such a level to berate a potential customer. In no way will we or any of our traveling friends stay at this park. The owner and his attitude will surely be a death knell for this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Do you know how you call a fat man tiny. Well this describes this park. They have still not cashed my check for my stay and that was in June. Said that the new owner did not want to mow the lawns so they were dry and dead. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All of the grass was dead. Campground was a little run down. A little water would work wonders. I do not think that I would stay there again. We stayed there with RPI. I have to wonder how they rate their parks... We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful morning and evening views! Country feeling. 3 miles north of downtown Panguitch. Primitive gravel sites. Weeds are mowed. Owner continues to upgrade. We spent the summer here. Some discounts are recognized. Nice laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.