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.
The best thing about this campground is the location!!! We were here for three days in the fall of 2008. The RV park sits right at the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park. There are restaurants, gas stations, and small grocery stores within walking distance of the RV park. For ATV riders, there are trails connecting the park to some fantastic riding. There also are many hiking trails in the area. We enjoyed meeting people from all over the world who were first time visitors to the area. It was a quiet, comfortable place to stay, and we will definitely return again.
I love this place! My husband and I have camped at this park several times in the last three years. The park is always super clean and neat. The little country store on the property is well equipped and clean. The owners are great; I even like their dog. In 2008 we were there for 10 days for ATV riding in June and another 10 days in September. We will be back there again in 2009 for the July 4th. holiday and for the fall changing of the leaves about the middle of September. Our riding trips have taken us for hundreds of miles in the surrounding mountains on the many ATV trails available. There are many people we have met at the park who are not ATV people but who love the clean, quiet park.