Agree with above comments. Kind of high priced for what you get but they have a lock on the market for proximity to Zion so the staff doesn't even have to be that nice either. Excellent place to see Zion scenic area if you can swallow 40$/night for just an average CG.I got Sat signal there so clear southern exposure. Wi-Fi has good signal. Site was level. Pretty close to neighbors. Don't forget to get your bathroom tokens.
Nice place but very dry camping. There is a spigot to fill up your tanks. South exposure for Sat setup if you want to watch during generator hours 8-10pm, 6-8am. Very close to Yavapai Lodge where you can get free Wi-Fi at the Canyon Cafe there almost all day and very late at night. Very important for those of you that need internet. Nice shower building $2.00 for 8 min. Great place to see South Rim.
If you want Wi-Fi, don't go here. Office staff said Wi-Fi worked fine in my site and I tested it and it was fine but then it went down the first night and server needed a reboot and staff was very unfriendly about rebooting the server. It was down for the next two days till I left. That was my only complaint. It's a fairly nice park with trees, with plenty of room between sites, the road is very bumpy and the bathroom is about 200 yards from the CG. Got Dish satellite signal fine. Wouldn't go back due to the staff attitude and am writing a letter to owners.
Other comments were pretty accurate. Bathrooms were OK. I had a site right next to the office so my Wi-Fi was good. I was able to pick up Dish satellites OK through the trees. River right next to the park so tons of ducks that folks feed. A 9 mile hiking trail called Provo River Trail right next to park so good to exercise but don't do it at night since it is not the best of the neighborhoods in Provo. Stayed for one night. They did give me a 10% discount without a KOA card. They were actually priced in line with other CG's in the area. 5 minutes from I-15. I would go there again for an over nighter.
The only issue here was that the train horn noise was fierce: 4am, 7am. Nice pull-through sites, the bathroom was fine and they have full hookups. Location is close to I-15. We stayed overnight. There is no Wi-Fi, but I picked up a signal on ATT mobile broadband card.
Stayed here for a week in a trailer. The view was quite good. Bathroom was pretty clean. Shower requires tokens for 6 minutes but you receive one per night with an RV check in. Wi-Fi must be used at or near the office unless you have a lower level site right near the office.
Very friendly and helpful owners here. Also very large and clean bathrooms. You can hear the trains once in a while and sometimes in the middle of the night, so bring earplugs. Very convenient location to go to Glacier W entrance. Prices were a bit lower than other places in the area. Wi-Fi worked only half the week but the owners were getting it worked on: don't know if it was fixed. Also had a clean coin laundry.
I was there for a week. They have a very friendly and helpful staff. Wi-fi had issues; they had to keep rebooting the server but they are addressing it. Toilets need a bit more often cleaning. It is 10 minutes from Bigfork which is a very small city with one grocery so you need to go to Kalispell for the big stuff; it is 30 min away. Everything else was fine.
I was there for 2 weeks. The bathrooms were clean. Good w-ifi and friendly/helpful staff. It is 8 miles to Missoula. There were washing machines but no dryers, but there are plenty of clotheslines and stuff dries fast. LOTS of snacks were provided every day due to square dance activities. This is generally a nice looking campground.
I was there for a month, hence low nightly rate. It is close to Loveland and 22 miles from Estes Park (Rocky Mountain Nat Park) so very convenient. They have a friendly and helpful staff. Rigs are very close together so there is not much personal space. Heavy cottonwood fluffs were coming off the trees and getting everywhere when I was there. There was a laundry available. Wi-fi worked well.