There's nothing really wrong with this park, except that it is a giant parking lot next to a truck stop on Highway 5. The noise all night from the diesel trucks and the $28 fee just can't turn this park into a pleasant I-5 RV stopover.
We spent 4 days at this campground. It is well run and adequately maintained. Some plumbing fixtures weren't working well, but we're not too picky. This park is the closest to the Zion National Park, and it has a handy convenience store, friendly staff, and beautiful riverfront sites available. I recommend this park to anyone visiting the area.
While visiting Zion National Park, visitors there recommended this state park. The scenery is spectacular and the visitors' center is very informative and entertaining. We stayed two days at Atlatl Campground, and we enjoyed it the most of anywhere we have stayed. I was even treated to the sight of a bighorn sheep within our campsite! We highly recommend this well designed and maintained State campground.