One of my favorite parks on our trip thru Utah. Maybe because of the Indian culture. Site is beautiful in a canyon that overlooks Monument Valley. There are trees that help to shade although the high canyon walls also block a lot of sun as well. Shuttle in the evening takes you up to the lodge. Tours available are also well worth the cost to get a good feeling for the area and cultures. Staff are Native Americans and all very friendly. Only complaint I would have is that the pool is indoor, (probably due to the desert fine red dust), and is more like a bath house, but our grandson didn't care. Would definitely stay here again.
Very clean restrooms and showers. Staff extremely friendly. Park is a bit dusty and quite a way out of town, so you must have a car or use a cab if you want to go into town without un-hooking your RV. First time we've experienced the KOA "Kitchen" where they cook you breakfast (for a fee). Good park for kids; as they have video games (for a fee), miniature golf and pedal carts available for rent.
Great location and the pool was very nice. Sites are a bit too close together, which takes away from the overall great place. Grass on the sides and lots of room for tenters. Our shade came from the 2 RVs on either side of us. However the staff was very nice and we'd definitely come back again.
We chose this RV park because of the park shuttle, which picked us up right outside the park. Sites are very close together which takes away the pleasure of the high desert/forest setting. Only real complaint is that the pool and bathrooms are a bit of a hike if you have one of the outlying sites - only 1 bathroom for the entire park, except for those attached to the pool. Also the restaurant and store are also quite a distance from the RV park if you plan to shop.
Prior reviews made us hesitant to stop here, but we're glad we did. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful - cable TV connections are odd and they provided a "loaner" cable extension. Pool was lots of fun for our grandson, with a water slide. Restaurant next door gives KOA campers a 10% discount. Our site was shaded and grassy as we could back in. However the hook-ups are at the front, so be sure to have an extension cord and long hose. Would stay here again.
We were on the perimeter of the park, with some shade, but the parking was alternated, one RV backed in, one RV head in, so you were VERY close to your neighbor. Site is good and right on the shuttle for Zion, which is great, and you can also take the town shuttle into Springdale. Staff very friendly, pool good. Would return.
We knew what to expect and were not surprised by anything. This was a stop over on our way to Zion. LV is HOT in the summer - everywhere. A/C in our RV was a blessing. Pool was great and the park has a "on demand" shuttle to take you to Circus Circus, which was enough casino for us. Not a vacation spa, but a clean and safe place to stay while in LV.
Nice and clean, but trees are still pretty small. We had a lot of wind, so sitting outside wasn't much of an option. Sites are pretty small and close together. Laundry is nice and pool is good as well. WiFi offered for a fee, but I had to take my lap top to the laundry in order to get reception. Not much in the way of a "camping" experience, but a safe & clean place to stop.
This was our second trip to the KOA and we enjoyed it just as much as the first time. Very clean and friendly people running the park. Good location to visit Sea World and price is good. Close to a freeway, but the noise isn't too bad. We understand that the park will be or has been sold and will be closed to make way for new condos. This is really too bad as it is the most reasonable RV park in the metro San Diego area.
Like many other campers, we stayed here to activate a "free" camping membership. We were greeted by peacocks and a pleasant person at the gate. We were escorted to our site by an employee who assisted in helping us back in. Road was gravel, which was difficult to walk on, but otherwise OK. Site we had was not really big, but OK as well. Probably wouldn't stay here again. Sat through the 90 minute presentation, but didn't "buy".
We spent 5 nights in this park, had site #1, which is right by the entrance, but not a lot of traffic - almost none at night, so it was OK. Also we had a nice grassy area with a fence and a view of the Pacific Ocean. Good beach for sun bathing only a short walk away and across the street is the Ritz Carlton!