This State Park has the pool as its main attraction and is well laid out with level sites. My only gripe are the showers which are push button, just on the side of warm and need some adjustment to the timing, come on guys 20 seconds of water per push in a park that has one of the largest spring fed pools pouring out over a million gallons of water per hour does not quite cut it. Overall the pool wins and hey just forget the shower.
This Park is a well run friendly park with a community type feel . The sites are shady and level. The site we stayed on (3) had a small patio area overlooking the creek. A great little park in a very eclectic little town. Highly recommended.
This campground is on highway 90 just at the 55 mile speed limit sign. Opposite there is a railway crossing. We may as well have camped in a truck stop as the noise of vehicles and trains was incessant. Fortunately there was no wind so I ran the fan in the motor home which helped drown out the noise. Yes the showers were clean but this in no way compensated for the noise. The Wi-Fi is absolutely useless. Lucky for this place they have a monopoly.
We arrived about 4pm and were told all the electric water sites were already taken which we doubted, however were tired and decided to pay the $45 for a full service site. They put us in E loop and we may as well have camped on the highway as the truck noise was incessant. Site was uneven and the unisex shower cubicles are like saunas with no natural light. The best thing about this park was checking out in the morning. We went elsewhere and the rest of our stay in Moab was a breeze. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.
Well what a pleasant surprise, an oasis in the middle of the desert. All sites are level concrete pads and nearly all have shade. They have deals here and we got one that enabled us to stay 4 days for $40. We were only going to stay 1 night but this place was so good we decided to extend. This is what all RV parks should be like, great staff and a casino within walking distance serving great food at reasonable prices, breakfast for $3 and dinner for $6 to $10 . A big thumbs up for Terrible's, should be called Fabulous.
If you like spending time in a hot car park surrounded by tar, then this is the place for you. If you want a shade tree, prepare to pay about $70 per night. Do yourself a favor and check out the deals on hotel rooms and park your rig for free in the hotel oversized car park. We stayed one night here, then found a deal at the Imperial Palace hotel for $30 per night with a king size bed and stayed 4 nights there. Give this park a big miss.