We had a really great experience here. The owners were the most helpful campground managers we've dealt with. They were very ready to lend a hand (or a power cord, etc.) at any time day or night. Owners made you feel like they were very glad to have you there and really appreciated your business. Once all the trees and foliage grows in I would give this campground a 9 or 10. You have very easy access to the Bradshaw trail and tons of off roading from this campground. The on site restaurant is very, very clean and we enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving dinner there. Each site has a nice picnic table and a movable fire ring for your use.
This campground claims to be on the river but it most definitely is not. You have to walk a good 500 yards to be near the river (across a street) and even when you get to the river the access is NOT good. You can hardly even get to the water. The owners are very nice people- but I wouldn't recommend staying here for more than a night if you just need a place to rest. They have good shade here, but there are a number of people staying in this park that appear to be full time residents. If you're OK with just a nice shady area with grass, then this place is OK.
The good: This is a beautiful campground, with good hookups and very wide, easy to get into sites. The sites are level and include a nice picnic table. The location is great- right on the river with beautiful scenery. The restaurant on site (Fish Hook) has surprisingly good food. We had the prime rib that they serve on Friday and Saturday- pretty good. The restaurant also has a full bar. The bad: We were at this campground with 2 other rvers- all a family. For whatever reason the owners would not let us have sites next to each other. The campground was only at about 30% occupancy and the sites next to us were wide open for our entire stay, but they were completely inflexible about moving us so we could be near each other. They claimed other campers were coming - but that proved not to be the case. Word of warning, be very, very specific about what sites you want (if it's waterfront or next to another group) before you go. Also, for some reason, they won't let trailers stay in the waterfront sites- which is ridiculous. Again, if you are specific and demand the site you want before you book you should be fine.
This is a very nice rv park near Torrey. We stayed here as a base for a guided fly fishing trip and found the owners to be very nice and the facility well cared for. There is a "cookout" available on certain nights which is a nice option if you're too tired to cook, or if you'd like to meet some new people. The rv park is just outside of capital reef state park, and a lot of our neighbors headed out to the park during the day for hiking, 4x4, etc. (so it is a good location for that). The only complaint we had was how expensive the washing machines and dryers were (bring a lot of quarters!). We would definitely stay here again.
This is a gorgeous campground if you can get a reservation (it is very tough). The sites that do have hookups are very, very small- so if you have a larger rig- you'll have to go without any hookups. The strict generator hours (10am to roughly 5 or 6pm) make it tough to do much cooking that requires the generator- but with all that said, there are some great sites right on the beautiful and clean beach. The town is also very charming and a great place to visit.
Unfortunately, this resort recently closed (we stayed there on their very last weekend). I have heard a rumor that some site owners were allowed to keep their site pads and may be renting them- but the majority of the campground was taken over by new home development. Very sad, because this was one of the best campgrounds we have ever been to.
This is a very well kept, clean and fun park to visit. The staff was very friendly and flexible. For example, they gave us a late checkout to allow us to play a later round of golf on Sunday. The 9-hole course here is very well manicured and kept (they even have a nice driving range). Very fun course to play and affordable if you're staying in the park ($20ish). You can walk or ride. The pool area with mineral spas is very, very clean and has nice bathrooms and showers. Great gym and clubhouse area. Bocci ball, horseshoes and tennis courts are also there.