Yes, it is a resort. It has very nice suites and cabins. The RV park looks like they just decided to throw it into the mix. Sites are stone and mostly level. We had no problem backing into our site. A nice stone buffer area between sites, but with sporadic picnic tables. We had weeds. We are in a 40 ft. RV and the electric box was behind the back wheel and the water was at the front wheel and the sewer was in front of the coach. We did not have enough sewer hose to hookup. If you are into rafting and other sports you'll probably love it here. We were in site 109 and we had WiFi. They have a No Name Bar & Grill that we thought would be a nice place to have a glass of wine and dinner. It's picnic style tables on open deck, which was nice, if they'd been clean. Tables were "beer" sticky. Food was not great. We only stayed one night and I think it was way overpriced for the quality of the park.
Park is half privately owned lots that can be rented and half public. We chose public due to price, 37.80 with AARP discount. Price may seem high to some but you are in a high tourist area so I think you can expect to may more. Private side has complete concrecte pads and patios, but we find the gravel and patio fine. GPS wanted us to drive 3 miles further, fortunately we saw their sign as we passed and were able to turn around in the gas station just beyond the hotel. Watch for Holiday Inn Express and slow down, park is not far beyond. Large sign but you can't see park from road. If you are need of a "real" grocery store there is the City Market (Smiths/Kroger) on the south end of town. Nice grocery. Besides the NP's we drove out to the winery along the river and the drive is beautiful. Gentleman who checked us in was very nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
Park is clean and well maintained. Rate is GS. If you stay 6 days 7th is free. Coming north on Rt.12 GPS location was 6 miles too soon. Park is on the corner of 12 & 24. Noisy during day but quiets down at night. Cable is basic and WIFI works sporadically during the day and not at all after 3 p.m. Plenty of restaurants and fuel but grocery is in Loa, 18 miles west on 24. Good spot to see Capital Reef or a stop over.
Park is behind gas station. Please be aware there is no diesel, propane, and very little in the way of groceries. Husband checked out showers and wasn't impressed. Two small spaces that were dark and uninviting. Be sure of your plans because there is no refund even if weather related. Lots are not level. Our jacks and boards couldn't level us. Utilities are between two lots. Not much room between the two sites. Lots are dirt not gravel. Nice trees. Just a few miles from Bryce. If returning, we would look for another park.
This is a no frills country RV park but in Glendale, UT., just off Rt. 89. Greeter was friendly and helpful. Lots are gravel with grass between and mostly pull through. About 20 miles to Zion and 50 to Bryce. There are no stores in Glendale so plan your food accordingly. No cable and our antenna did not pull anything in. Neighbors satellite worked fine. Quiet and we enjoyed our stay. We would return.
First the good things. Clean showers and nice pool. Gated for security. Wi-Fi was okay. 6 miles to the Strip and Fremont St. Rate based on month stay. $450.00 + $100 electric deposit + $25.00 remote deposit + $25.00 key deposit. Lots are wide but not long. We were able to park car beside coach. Coach is 41 feet long and we just fit. Near Nellis Air Force Base. The planes were cool to see for a couple days, then it became just awful noise. We were on the south side of park where most are long term or full time residents. Rules were not followed or enforced. Shabby sheds,stuff stored under trailers,full size refrigerator and inside type recliner sitting outside. Lots of motorcycles coming and going at all hours. One trip to pool was enough due to offensive language used constantly by long term residents. We're not prudes but it turned us off. No convenient grocery. Would not recommend for longer stays. If you stay request the north side of park as it seemed to be for short term stays. Won't be back.
We call this a primitive park with full hookups. We were totally surprised to find such a beautiful spot with no concrete, blacktop or gravel but with utilities we needed. Great night of sleep with absolutely no noise. The ghost town was an added bonus. The park and ghost town was once owned by Knott's Berry Farm but was given to the county several years ago. Rate posted was Sr. rate. Be aware that you will probably locate a site of your choice. We were told that A & B sections were full hookup but A is only 30 amp so we had to move to B to get 50 amp. Had a great snack and breakfast in the restaurant in the ghost town. Oh important: Our GPS took us to an empty field. The park is actually 3 miles after turning onto Ghost Town Rd. Look for the CALICO sign on the cliff side and head for it.
Rate is Passport America, good for 3 days. Planes, trains and automobiles, you get all three. Park is between RR and Rt. 99 with airport on other side of highway. Traffic noise is continuous. Park is clean and man at desk was friendly and helpful. Park is about 45 minutes from Sequoia Nat'l. park. To get into site 5 we needed to overhang our 40' coach into the grassy area behind site and park our car with half in the street. Streets are wide so not too much concern with being hit.
Park is situated in a beautiful area. Lots are stone. Park was nearly empty so we didn't have anyone next to us but if we had it would have been very close. If coming from 99 and east on 140 you do not encounter the rock slide as mentioned in another post. If coming west on 140 be aware that the length limit is 45 ft. not 65 as in the previous post. Only 11 sites to accommodate 50 ft. Our Sprint cell didn't work or our WiFi Verizon hot spot. WiFi here was okay. The cable went out mid-afternoon yesterday and has not been restored. Our neighbors told them, as did we, and we were told they'd send someone down. Never happened. If you need milk or ice purchase before arriving. 1/2 gal. milk is $4.59 and a very small bag of ice is $2.50. Price is steep since we couldn't use the pool and no TV, but they have you because this is the only spot close to Yosemite on this route.
Very clean park with nice concrete pads wide enough for a patio and picnic table. Laundry is very narrow with stacked washer/dryers and a folding shelf. Very little room to navigate around others who are using the area.
This is a park in the desert. Clean with wonderful concrete patio's that run the length of the coach. People are very friendly and immediately invited us to happy hour. If traveling west be sure to get fuel before coming into California and visit a grocery store. I understand the one in Needles is closing in May.
Very clean park. Rate Passport America. Shuttle to hotel for access to restaurants etc. I hope it's okay to share a piece of advice. We were told early in our RV'ing that people sometimes rinse their sewer hose at the water tap. Today, we saw it happen. Then he took his water hose and reattached it to the tap and continued to rinse it out. We carry a bottle of rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle to spray the tap before we use it.
Just an average park. All gravel/stone lots. People at check-in were slow. Don't trust your GPS for address. Ours took us 3/10 of a mile by the park and we had to disconnect car to turn around. Sign out front is hard to see and when the leaves come out it will be totally hidden. When I called the office to find out where they were I was told to come down hill and they were on the right when they were actually on the left.
Rate is based on weekly rate. This is an excellent park with friendly staff. My husband used the showers and rated them terrific. They are very large individual private bathrooms. I did laundry and it was also very clean. My only complaint was needing to purchase cards to use in the washer/dryer. I had to wait about 10 minutes while they finished with the customers they were helping. Coin operated would be more helpful. If doing laundry get you card at check-in. This is an excellent location to visit all the area has to offer.
We spent the winter here (5 months) and will not return. The resort is immaculate and we were very impressed when we first arrived. It is an all RV park with no park models. A lot of the residents come back year after year and aren't any more friendly than any other type park. The February review about the manager was accurate. We just had an incident with a small dog that caused her to get in the face of a resident who was just trying to find the owner. Our biggest complaint is the sewer odor that happens quite regularly. It's not just near our coach because when you walk around the park you can detect it in other areas. Glad to be out of park so we can breathe.