The Glenwood Springs area is a tight canyon with a highway, a river, a railroad track and canyon hillsides. As a result, the camp is terraced like a hillside farm and is fairly tight with a hilly approach. That said, with the help of the camp staff we had no problems getting our 32' RV and tow car into a pull-through site. Be warned, they will not try to park you after closing time. THERE ARE NO LATE CHECK-INS. It was fine as a single night stay on the way between places, but I would not camp here for the sake of camping there. The Wi-Fi is very spotty to non-existent unless you are parked right next to the office. There is an "internet cafe" with amounts to a desk between the bathrooms, but even from there we had poor reception and moved to a swing outside the office.
This camp is tight, with a 32' rig there is no way we could have parked after hours in the remaining spots. Luckily the camp staff are excellent at guiding you in and have any extensions you need to hit the sometimes distant hookups. Since the highway is right there, it can be a bit noisy in the morning. The shower/restroom facilities are a bit run down, but very functional and clean. A major whitewater rafting outfit operates out of the store and they are one of the larger rafting companies in the area and we had an excellent adventure with them (10% discount for staying at the camp made them the cheapest of the options), plus the bus picks-up and drops-off at the camp...go for it.
32' RV and tow vehicle was a tight fit, but overall I was impressed for a national park. It is fairly bare bones, but you are right in the thick of things, just south of roaming herds of bison, and just far enough north-east of Old Faithful that you can drive there easily, but not have to deal with the crowds all of the time. The bathrooms were clean but you have to go to Fishing Bridge for showers. There was a dump station. I was impressed by the reservation system, you can reach them easily and reserve spots up to a year in advance. I would stay here again.
This park is right at the entrance to the Devil's Tower park, you can't beat the location. The spaces are easy to get into and out of. One of the men's bathrooms were flooded when we were there, but hopefully that was a temporary thing. Can't really comment on how family friendly it is because we arrived late and left early, but there were lots of kids around and they showed movies at night.
Fantastic RV park 2 miles from Custer is great because you are away from the town but right in the middle of the Black Hills sights. The waterslide looks a bit cheesy in the photos, but it is fast and fun for kids and adults...it is a great way to end the day. The sites were easy to get into and out of, the facilities were good, and the camp employees were great. We were there 4 nights in our 32' RV with tow vehicle and wished we could have stayed another week. I would stay here again in a heartbeat, and my kids will be forever unhappy with all other RV parks because of the waterslide.
This RV park is a gravel parking lot 150 yards from the highway. It is not glamorous, but is it easy to find, functional, quiet, clean and friendly. The showers were tiny, but warm. We had a late check-in, early check-out between stops on our trip.
The park is about 12 miles from the Zion park entrance in Springdale, which is a quick drive on the highway. They appear to have a shuttle also, maybe that goes to town...don't know. It is extremely clean with excellent laundry and restroom/shower facilities, the only problem was an occasional wait for a shower during peak morning and evening times. It is right on the highway, but we did not experience any highway noise. The staff was very kind and helpful, even allowing us to stay way past checkout time to have our RV worked on. The pool is refreshing, but our kids were sad that they could not use the jacuzzi (under 16 not allowed).