This park is adequate, but we had problems with the electrical service. We were told that our site would have 50 amp service, but found that it had only 30 amp. In addition, our site and the one next to it were on the same circuit so the circuit breaker would pop several times each evening when both sites were cooking . We were there in November when most of the other area parks were closed for the season. We would not stay in this park again.
Don't let the bad reviews scare you away. We were here for five nights in November and found the park to be satisfactory. The 50 amp service worked, the water worked, and the sewer dump worked. Pull through sites were level. No cable TV, but over the air stations were available. We used our own shower and bathroom, so cannot comment on the park's facilities. We would stay in this park again.
This is a large park with level gravel sites. Not much shade but we find that to be the case in most of the parks we visit. This park is fine for a short term visit and is near Goblin Valley State Park and Little Wildhorse Canyon. Little Wildhorse Canyon is a must visit if you like slot canyons. We have stayed in this campground previously and would stay there again.
This is a typical KOA no frills park with level gravel sites and long pullthroughs. We found the management to be friendly and accommodating. Due to rainy weather we left a day early and the park refunded the fee for that day. We would stay there again.
This RV park is overrated. The advertised hot tub/spa was cold at 7 pm, which obviously reduces their utility costs but falls somewhat short in delivery of promised services. We will not stay here again.
This is a nice park with long, level sites. Easy on and off freeway. The park is near the freeway, but we heard little noise at night. $24 rate is the four night rate. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park with long, wide pull throughs. Nice pool and spa. The only drawback to this park, is the fee-based Wi-Fi provided by 3D Communications. If you need reliable Wi-Fi, you may want to reconsider.
This is a new park, and they did it right. Paved roads, long and wide concrete pads, picnic tables, and grass at each site. The facilities are great, and the hosts were friendly. We would definitely stay there again.
As noted in the prior reviews this is not a typical RV park. The primary purpose of this facility is to provide RV/camper space for the Furnace Creek Inn employees, but they also rent out a few spaces to RVers. We found the facility to be safe, quiet, and the best/only full hookups alternative at Furnace Creek. We would definitely stay there again.
Nice park, excellent location. Don't spend the extra money to be near Oak Creek. There is a large berm between the campsites and Oak Creek so you can't see Oak Creek anyway. Would definitely stay there again.
This is a nice campground for a national park, is close to downtown, and has clean showers and restrooms. The campground is a bit expensive but nearly everything is expensive in Banff. We would definitely stay there again.
We camped at Saddle Mountain in December 2009 and made the mistake of calling to reserve a site and gave them our credit card number. We arrived after the office had closed and indicated on the sign in sheet that we had paid via credit card. Later that evening the campground manager came around and indicated that we had not paid and were to pay now. We had no choice but to pay and, you may have guessed the rest of the story, our credit card was also charged so we paid twice. A word of caution -- do not give Saddle Mountain RV park your credit card number over the phone. Pay in person and get a receipt. The RV park is OK but is a long way from anything else, including a grocery store. We would not stay there again.