A great location within driving distance of Bryce and Zion National Parks. Beautiful location and very quiet. Remote from any towns and very, very quiet. Nearby golf course. This park has "25" 50/30 Amp Full hookups. There are no Restrooms, Showers or Laundry room. It is a mile off the highway down a well maintained dirty road. (Follow signs to Air & RV Park - not Golf Course). Rates are $25 per Night $125 per week (Cash or Check Only). If Park Host is not available, take any open site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you want to get out and relax and have some peace and quiet, this is the campground for you. No road noise and the camp host was great. If he is not in his trailer he is likely doing work at the golf course. Great park if you have dogs. They let ours run off-leash around the campground. You can horse-ride and ride ATV's. A great location for visiting Bryce and Zion. If you get a chance, visit Duck Creek. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Hard to rate because we were unable to find anyone at the RV park to talk with. We went to the camp host's rv and tried to contact them. I heard noise inside the trailer but no one came to the door. The park is remote and could be a nice place, maybe, but they seem not to be interested in customers. The rate, as stated on the fence was $25. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful location and very quiet. Friendly manager and good rate. Remote from any towns and very, very quiet. Nearby golf course and within driving distance of Bryce and Zion National Parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a hard RV park to rate. It has no pool, WiFi, or shade. But the scenery is beautiful, there is absolutely no noise, and it is almost smack in between Bryce and Zion. We enjoyed our stay there, but it is really remote. There is an on site golf course which we did not use. Looking to get away from it all or to visit Bryce and Zion and this is the place. Only $15 a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This may be the best groomed RV park we have ever stayed. Pea gravel sites, chip gravel driveways. Concrete curbing around each site, greenest grass I have seen in this part of Utah. Pleasant staff. Received permission to wash rig while on site. Have lunch or dinner across the street or breakfast north of RV park at Odyssey Diner. We would stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam's discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very attractive little park. We were concerned about picking a small park next to a motel, but as soon as we saw it, we knew it was a great choice. Some of the sites are really long, gravel pull throughs with concrete patios. We got one of these. There's plenty of space between the sites, too. The bathrooms are clean. Couldn't get the WiFi to work. We spent 3 nights at the nightly rate, #32 and a week at a weekly rate with a discount that turned out to be $22 a night. The park is very well cared for and looks very nice. All the utilities worked fine. We were able to see Zion, Bryce, and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon from here. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed two nights for the Tour of Utah bicycle race. Nice well kept park. Entrance to the back pull throughs is different. You have to go around the corner gas station to get in. A little tight getting out of our site with a towed. Adobe restaurant across the street is good, but we always go down the street to the Galaxy Diner for breakfast or lunch. They aren't open for dinner. We were able to get a hand full of channels on our antennae. Overall, one of the nicer parks we have stayed in. One negative. The coal trucks from Alton coal mine are noisy most of the night. Good jump off spot for Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We pulled in late afternoon, after a long day on the road. The young couple running the place were super friendly and helpful. They let us choose a site and suggested we get settled, then come to the office and pay. Everything was very clean, level and wide sites, good utilities, however the WiFi did not work. We ate at the café across the street and had a good meal. They told us there would be fireworks out in a field behind the restaurant (it was Pioneer Day in Utah) at dusk, so we were treated to a lovely display before a good night's sleep. We will definitely choose this park again when coming through this part of Utah. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small campground on the Main street of Hatch, its quiet and well maintained with lovely views of the mountains and pretty landscaping. Level sites with long pull throughs, plenty of space for your RV and towed, no need to unhook. There is no laundry but the bathrooms are spotless. Small local shops and restaurants close by, handy for visiting Bryce, but no crowds. We ate over the road from the campground at the Mountain Harvest Restaurant, good food and good service. This is the second time we have stayed at this campground and would do so again. This a seasonal park opens May and closes in mid October. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were long enough for bigger rigs but are a little tight on width. There is no laundry, but we were told we could use the one at the motel across the street after the maids were done using the machines. This is a decent place to stay while at Bryce and Zion. The park manager was very nice as was his wife. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Real basic campground, no extra services. Good for overnight. Very strange setup for pull-throughs. You leave the park and go around the block and come in a different entrance. There are 7 pull-throughs 80 ft long and the balance are back-ins, all gravel. The services were good. High water pressure needs a reducer.Would not come back as there are plenty of campgrounds in the area to choose from. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A small RV site on the Main Street of Hatch. It's quiet and well maintained with lovely views to the mountains and pretty landscaping. Has level sites with long pull throughs, with plenty of space for your RV and towed. There is no laundry but spotless bathrooms. Small local shops and restaurants are close by. Park is handy for visiting Bryce. There is no Wi-Fi. This is a seasonal park so opens in May and closes in mid October. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for an overnight regroup. Very clean nice park with long pulls for rigs with trailers. ATV friendly town. Can ride both sides of 89 including the Bryce Canyon, Pink Cliffs and Lava fields. A must do. Awesome rides through some magnificent canyon views. Small town within walking distance. Trail maps available at gas station and several grills in town. Shade tress growing but not a must. Grass at each site with gravel park. Altitude provides cooler weather. Wi-fi excellent. 3G strong signal. Next trip we will stay longer and make this our base for ATV-ing. Owners are very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an outstanding unknown RV park that is not well publicized. We stayed here in 2008, 2009, now in 2010. It is a great park with wide spaces, green grass between sites, immaculate rest rooms and showers, Wi-Fi, cable TV, etc. etc. We have traveled the US for 30 yrs in a motorhomes and this is one of the better RV parks we have encountered. Trailer Life hasn't even recognized it yet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites extremely tight. Management allowed dogs to be off leash and loud party music that could be heard over TV in our camper. WiFi unusable from our site. Would not stay again, too many other options available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Park appears to be under construction. Gravel sites that are close together. There were no 30 amp outlets, had to use 110 adapter to plug in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent three nights at this park due to location to Bryce Canyon and Zion. The park is in dire need of a face lifting and road grading surfacing. The hookups are in need of attention and grooming. The wi-fi is weak but adequate. The Office staff is friendly and helpful. The restaurant on site is quaint and small but the food is tasty. I doubt we would return to this park knowing now there are numerous to choose from in the general area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this campground in past years. It suffers from a lack or maintenance. Poor gravel roads with pot holes. Gravel sites are over grown with weeds. We choose a 30 amp site and the wiring looks very old and the power is low, 109 volts with a 7amp draw. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a horrible value! It's run down and basically just not taken care of, and yet they charge top dollar. They have nothing to offer for us. Sites are out in the open with no trees and rocks (not gravel). We only stayed here because it was late and we were tired, but I sure wish we had driven another 15 miles to a far better park. We will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like desolate, arid and windy, this is the place for you. The owners are extremely friendly, but it appears that the upkeep is too much for them. We booked the reservation on the basis of the website and write-ups in several travel club books and unfortunately it was nothing like the website photos. It has no shade trees, dry, patchy grass, and narrow sites. It seems to appeal to the OHV and ATV crowd as they have access to a lot of off-road trails. The afternoon winds kick-up a lot of dust and prevented us from being outside. There were not a lot of rented sites for a travel week in June and most seemed to leave after one night. Unfortunately, we had booked several nights and were stuck. We won't be returning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The best thing about this park for us was the closeness to ATV riding. There is a small restaurant and store on the grounds. The restrooms were not clean, but we usually use our own anyway. Fishing is available at the park with a Utah fishing license. Nothing fancy about this park; several full time local workers in travel trailers in the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is in a gorgeous setting with red rocks on the horizon and on the Sevier River.
That's the only thing going for it. The sites had many weeds. The restrooms were filthy. They were not cleaned or supplied with toilet paper the four days
we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.