Stayed here for 6 nights while visiting Canyonlands and Arches before they closed. Campground was tight, and the space we had was narrow. Nice covered patio area at each site, but we didn't use it much. No water so we had to pack it in. Brought water containers which we filled in Moab whenever we left the campground. Nice visitor center, great hiking, and the views are incredible. So much to do around here so the comforts, etc of the campground didn't seem important. Reservations are a must, especially in the spring and fall.
We camped here for 3 nights on our way to Utah. We stayed in the Elk Flat Campground as we heard the one nearest the lake was tight and hard to maneuver. The site we had took some time to get level, but we were fine. We had one with a great view. The sites were spotless. Someone had raked everything and it looked great. We were here in Sept so we almost had the place to ourselves. We looked at the Cave Lake Campground later, but we were very glad that we stayed where we did. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here a few years ago and decided to come back on our way home from Moab. Unfortunately Capitol Reef was closed, but we did manage to get in a hike up the Grand Wash. We like this RV park very much. It's clean, quiet and the hosts are great. Sites are wide and level. It was uncrowded at this time, probably because of the NP closure. We will certainly stay here again.
When our reservations ran out at another park, we decided to come into town. Stayed here 4 nights. Had our choice of different kinds of sites, depending on what kind of hook ups you wanted. Very nice place. Quiet, clean. People were great. We would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here one night on our way home from Moab. The campground is OK. Sites were on the small side, but we got a pull through which was one of the few left. National Parks were closed at this time so maybe more folks went to the state parks. The campground was pretty dusty, no hook ups, and pay showers which seems to be the norm in Nevada. There were some beautiful formations across the street which were very interesting. Very quiet area. It was fine for one night.
We stayed here one night on our way to Utah. We were in the "upper" camping area. Kind of disappointing. Lake was very low - heard it hadn't filled in almost 10 years. The sites were OK. Close together and we had some problems maneuvering our 5th wheel into the space. The pathetic little tree and patio covering were an issue. Had to pay to use the showers, but we didn't use them. Probably wouldn't stay here again. We did go out of our way. We could have/should have stayed in Winnemucca and saved ourselves 100 miles.
This park is wonderful. This is the second time we have stayed here and both times have been great. The staff is so friendly and always ready to go the extra mile to help out. Restrooms & showers were very clean and spacious. Easy pull through spots with some shade. We WILL stay here again.
We've stayed here a number of times on our way to some national parks. Always get a site, great hosts, clean restrooms, and quiet. When the trees get bigger, it will be even better. Sites are easy to get into and spacious. Would be nice to have a pool since the summers are quite hot there.
Nice park - only complaint is that some of the sites were a bit close. Would be nice to have a larger grassy area between the units. We camped in the west part near the pet walk. Some other sites looked a bit more spacious. Water in the showers was bit cool on two occasions, but not a big problem.