This is more like a big parking lot with RV's parked very close together. Not only were we not given a picnic table, there wasn't room for one. People parked their rigs on the road because the spaces were so small. Nothing to do here if you aren't a golfer, except to tour the old historic fort...that takes half a day. There was a dead rat by the trash cans that stayed there the entire week we camped there. I also picked up glass from the campground. Must be lots of old DEAF people here as everyone seemed to have their TV's up VERY loud. Our dog was the only one we ever saw on a lease. I would not recommend this campground to anyone. The only reason we stayed a week was because we had booked this online before we actually saw the place.
This was a nice quiet park; seems to need some TLC, but we were very comfortable here for 4 nights. No one seemed to be "minding the store," but after calling the phone number listed, the owner (?) came around later and gave us time to settle in before collecting. LOTS AND LOTS of neat things to do in this area. We would go back in a heartbeat. The cafe is closed, but didn't matter to us as we prefer to eat in our own kitchen anyhow.
This place is more of a big unpaved parking lot with hookups. Not clearly marked from the highway where the turn off is, and people just seem to park willy nilly, making it hard for big rigs to get in and get parked. Spaces are TIGHT! It's ridiculous when you look at all the wide open land around you. The nearest town (Moab) is a tourist trap. The scenery is beautiful, but it's clear this place is just looking for the tourist buck.
Beautiful! Nicely maintained, clean and quiet! Lots of space to get comfy. The picnic areas at the individual spaces were huge, and concreted, with a great firepit and grill. Some of the spots seemed small, and we could not get level, but that is because we picked our spot online without looking first. The view here is awesome! We find public campgrounds the best.
Was not well maintained; garbage could be seen a lot of places, also seemed to be many "long term campers". We were parked close to the road. That coupled with the people next to us who's dogs barked constantly while they partied (and sometimes when they didn't) made this a park that I would NOT go to on a weekend again. The hot springs are nice; four separate pools of them. Just too crowded on a weekend for us. LOTS OF KIDS AND DOGS!
This is "big rig friendly"?? With our slides out, I could literally reach out and touch my neighbor's slide! We had one heck of a time getting into the site; wished we would have just driven on, as we should have done when we first pulled in the driveway and saw two large Class A's parked and hooked up along side the main driveway! In two days, the only dog we saw on a leash was our own. Not even enough room to feel comfortable about sitting outside in law chairs; it would have been impossible anyhow, the neighbors on that side had a "doggie ramp" that came with a few feet of our door! Forget this place and find one of the many other comfortable campgrounds in the area.