This RV park is close to the entrance of Zion National Park and is a short walk to catch the shuttle. The sites are very close together and the trees need to be trimmed - hard to get in and out of the sites. Water pressure was very low, the electric was good. Needed 50 Amp to run both air conditioners since it was hot. Cable doesn't work unless you have a digital TV. Smoke very annoying from fire pits because of the close RV sites.
The nightly fee included the park entrance fee and the electric fee. Camped in site 16 which was a big pull-through site with a ramada over the picnic table. Clean and quiet place to camp for a couple of nights.
Stayed here using Passport America. Very convenient from I-80 and had a pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook. The only problem was that the office didn't say when they watered the grass, and the water sprayed all over everything.
Stayed here with the golf package. Very nice park, have been coming here for a week with friends for several years. Had a back-in site adjacent to the meadow. Only problem if the wind wasn't blowing, there were a lot of mosquitoes.
I had called and the rate quoted was 35/night. On arrival the unfriendly staff person said 38/night and finally changed it to 35/night. Had a pull-through site between two permanent campers (we saw other sites that were available). Side by side hookups and the lawn area was full of dog droppings. Would not stay here again.
This is a nice, clean RV park with friendly staff. The pull through sites are a little narrow. Have to be careful if you have a slide on both sides. The cable TV was not good but the Wi-Fi was excellent. Would stay here again. Convenient location.
Had a pull-through site. The laundry was clean. Enjoyed the German dinner plus the German wieners, brats & bacon we bought at the deli. The only drawback was in the morning the electric service wasn't good. Too many rigs using microwaves, hairdryers, other electric appliances at the same time. Would stay again.
We had called earlier in the week & asked about price & sites for the coming weekend. Were told that it would not be a problem this time of the year & the price was $44/nite. We got there on Friday & they had one spot available for Friday nite only. The price was $49/nite. We were not very happy as we had planned to stay for the weekend. If they had said we should make a reservation, we would have. Would not stay again.
The rate includes a $3/daily use fee. Staff was unable to tell us what that was for. If you stay a month or more, you don't pay it. Wi-Fi was an extra $5.95/day. They had minimum cable TV: got more channels using the antenna. Short term campers in a big paved parking lot, nothing special. Lots of park models and lots to do if you are there on a long term basis. Campground was located close to relatives so that was convenient.
This is an old park that could be very nice if cleaned up. Has low tree limbs and lots of trees. The toilets were boarded up. A lot of permanents parked here. Stayed 3 nights while we were in the area.
The 1 mile plus access road into this park is narrow and hilly. This is an old campground with narrow, dirty sites. Because of the trees you can barely get the slides out. Could not use our window awnings because of the trees. If a motorhome with slides was next to you, you would not be able to put out the big awning. We would not stay here again.
We stayed here at the Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Albee Creek in a 33-foot motorhome. This should be tent camping only as there are only a few sites that will accommodate a motorhome and they are not level. The access road is a 5+ mile, one lane, full of pot-holes, blind curves and redwood trees that our motorhome mirrors only missed by inches. We would not stay here again.
Had a nice grassy site that wasn't on the lake. People that worked there were friendly and the meals in the restaurant were very good. It would have been nice if the store & restaurant would have opened before 9:00 A.M.