We have been to Grand Canyon and stayed outside the park. I highly recommend staying inside and taking advantage of the wonderful bus system and walking. It gives a whole different feel. This park is wonderfully situated and the sites are roomy. We would definitely return.
This probably one of our favorite parks of all time. The views were awesome. The birds were awesome and the hosts were attentive. A storm set in one day when we were out and they rushed over to close our small awnings. Walking in the park was a treat with all the wildlife. We would definitely return and would love to in the spring during bird migration.
This park has lovely shade trees, but lacks privacy of any kind. It has those darn side-by-side hookups, which do not allow for privacy. However, the hosts take good care of the grounds and the bike trail is handy in the state park next door. It is well located for activities in the city. Wi-Fi works well and we were distant from the office.
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. We frequently avoid KOAs as they can be pricey and overrated. This is what they should all be measured by. Lovely trees with lots of shade and lovely roses and landscaping. The host was extremely helpful in locating the bike trails for us. They were convenient and great to ride. We would definitely return here.
This park is very well located for visiting Bryce, Zion, Cedar Breaks, and the city of Kanab. The sites are not terribly wide and privacy is slim. However, it is family run and very well cared for. It is bound to be a treat in October to pick the apples which they offer to campers. We would stay here again.
A good overnight with the amenities you hope to find. Sites are level and Wi-Fi good. Don't be concerned about lack of cable as the owner has a techy answer to finding the Denver stations. Easy in and out as well as level sites. Laundry is acceptable and affordable.
Good overnight in well kept park. Sites are level and easy to get in and out. Cable and Wi-Fi are excellent. Enjoyed being within walking distance of the Eisenhower Museum and Library. Do be aware there are trains and they do serve as alarm clocks!
Our rate reflects the KOA discount! Lovely park with lots of trees. However, our pull through was not. We could not pull out the following morning without unhooking. Our site was 70. Roads are level and easy to navigate. Lots of shade. We tend to avoid KOAs as they tend to be pricey. At $55 we had to pay $4 more for a second computer.
My husband's comment as we left this park, "If I owned an RV park, I would want it to look like this one." Lovely wooded site with fine roads, Wi-Fi, & cable. Easy in and out. We would return in a heartbeat.
This is a great stopover on route to wherever. We managed to ride a bike on the Katy Trail by arriving here early afternoon. The sites are good sized, level and have great Wi-Fi. No reason to be concerned about no cable. All networks are available on antenna with super reception. You might call ahead as we saw rigs turned away later in the evening. It was full. We would definitely make a return visit.
A well kept older park. However, the reason for our not being willing to revisit is low voltage. The weather was warm, the park was quite busy and our gauge warned us of low voltage. This can be pretty scary and a threat to your system.
We loved this park and the friendliness of the staff. The owner is an architect who is upgrading the cabins and plans to add sewer next year. Only place we have ever been that offers the services of the honey wagon free with more than a couple days stay. We will be back.
Lovely setting as the owners arranged the sites so that you look out on the groomed golf course. The owner served as a travel agent for the area and helped us plan our time here. Be aware this community is tricky for RVs as it is so up and down through town. The owner made us aware of how to negotiate the route.
This park is so well cared for and is a delight to visit. The owner acts almost as a travel agent in helping you enjoy your destination even though it may be out of state. The sites have grassy areas to sit out and soak in the mountain surroundings. Wi-Fi is rapid and the cable TV is extensive.