The park has reopened but under a private lease. The Pat Harrison Waterway District no longer runs the park. The new operator is doing a lot to clean up the park. They are renting boats and golf carts. Not much on the golf carts but that's just me. Beautiful lake with site on and off the lake. They have big plans for this park. We would camp here again.
Part of the Pat Harrison water park system. What seemed to be a nice park in it's days, is run down and in need of attention. Long term people live there in broken down campers. It looks as though work is being done to the place but at a slow pace. It could be a beautiful place with lots of work. We'll have to bypass this place next time.
Nice campground with good presentation. Good wifi and cable. Little store with rv parts. The river is actually across a county road from campground. River sites are 30 amp. Sites are close together and rather short, but concrete sites (50amp)are level. Not bad for the price but would look at other campgrounds when in the area.
Nice park with beautiful lake and shade. Would have given it a higher rating, but somewhat dirty campsites where campers burn garbage in fire spots and too many golf carts with loud music running around.
Almost passed this campground by because of previous comments. Glad we passed by to see for ourselves. Nice little campground for an overnight or more. Looks like it's been worked on. New electrical boxes and all hookups work fine. We would stay here again if in the area.
Nice campground, close to Williams and the Grand Canyon. A little tight but host spread out the rv's through the campground. Good WiFi and the trees are just enough to give shade but you can still set up you dish. Noise from the interstate is noticeable but bearable. Easy on/off to I-40. We would stay here again.
If your looking for a resort this is for you. It's not a campground, more of a RV subdivision. No picnic tables or fire rings, weak WiFi. There is a book for the 45 rules for this resort. Close to the Hover Dam. Think we'll pass on this one next time.
Campground was ok, sites on the tight side. Wi-Fi was real weak, no laundry. Close to the National Park. Make sure you have your ice chest iced down, because ice is $5.00 at the campground. We would look for other options next time.
Convenient to Hwy 50/395 but very very noisy. Many permanent residence who seem to have all the good spots and drop ins get what's left. Had to move twice because first spot so unlevel. Lots of Hwy noise all night. Casino right across the street with bright lights. Close to Costco and Walmart if you need supplies. We would not stay again if in the area.
The campground is all right when visiting Capital Reef Park. Nice views of the red mesa behind the campground. Rock/dirt sites which are somewhat level. The camp hosts are not as helpful as they could be.
Campground is like most in the Moab area. Looks like the owner is working on making it nice with small trees and grass between sites. Next to a rodeo arena so you do get a whiff of livestock now and then.
Real nice campground with new owners. The owners and camp host were real nice and helpful. Some sites along the creek are a little close. The campground is along a creek bottom with trees. Out of town but just a short trip to town. No TV reception but satellite is possible. No AT&T cell service except by the camp store. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Very nice and quiet park. Area A has full hookups but looks a little dated. Area B looks newer but only has water and electric. Lots of shade. Spotty cell and Wi-Fi service. TV air is so so; depending on the site, satellite reception is good. For laundry, one washer/dryer in area B. Entry into park is better coming in from Hwy 61. Entry from Hwy 84 on State Park Rd. was rough with low hanging trees. We would camp here again when in the area.
Didn't get to stay at this campground because the pull through site we were put in was so unlevel side to side it would have taken 8" of blocks to level out. We were given our money back and the staff called another campground in the area for open sites. I thought that was real nice of them. Too bad because this campground and lake was real nice.
Fair campground for an overnight. Noisy with hyway and truck jake brake noise. Pretty much a gravel parking lot with full hookups. Good restaurant in front of the campground, which makes a mean sausage and egg biscuit.
Nice little jewel of a campground. Spacious, shades, and somewhat level sites. We were pleasantly surprised with this campground. No TV reception but you can find a hole in the trees for satellite. Store, laundry and gameroom. Good cell and Wi-Fi reception. Good location for Black Hill attractions. Very nice staff. We would stay here again.
Good for overnight stay on our way from Teton to Custer S.D. More or less a gravel parking lot. Full hookups with fair cable. Lots of campers look like they lived here. Fab shop near by, that works 24 hours, so there is noise at night. We would stay again if passing through again.
Nice park, not much shade, lots of wind. A little out of the way to visit the mountains and mountain villages. Hard to pick up cell and Wi-Fi service. Real nice lake with views and wildlife. We would stay again.
We stayed here for trade days. Our spot (46) wasn't the best, tight, couldn't open our awning with real close neighbors. Lots of interstate noise. If we ever go to trade days again we would stay here, but ask for a different sight.
Campground is on the mend from the storm. Still a lot of construction to do. No store, pools, and washer and dryers. Very little shade in the front sites but nice in the back. Only problems with the back sites is it's close to a train track. The train passes about 2-3 times a night and quite a few times during the day. Gave it a lower rating because of garbage pick up. We were there for three nights and the cans were full when we got there and were never picked up. Seafood tends to get pretty stinky after a few days. Nice level sites from side to side. Large fire rings for campfires. No beach in front of the campground but some a mile in either direction. We would camp here again when in the area.
Nice campground with a large lake and water park. Large somewhat level sites. Most sewer sites had permanent residents. Bathrooms were somewhat dated needing to be pressure washed and toilet paper. We would stay again.
Park was close to the interstate which meant road noise. Concrete sites are close to level with little work. Good campground for casinos and for site seeing. Not a sit and visit campground, most stayed in their rigs. If in the area I would stay again.
Nice campground. We had a spot on the river with a covered deck. No cell phone service but good wi-fi. Good cable hookup with lots of channels. Still working on the bridge into the campground, so you have to swing wide to turn in. We would stay here again
Real nice state park. Would be nicer if it was full hookup. Had trouble with our 50 amp breaker but called and it was fixed within 15 minutes. Wildlife all around we saw deer every day we were there right next to our camp site. Nice playground for the kids in the new part. I would recommend this park to everyone.
Got to be in my book one of the worst campgrounds I've ever stayed in. Too many campers in a park. Sites are about 10 feet apart and very short. Cable TV is poor, unlevel sites. Lots to do for kids is why I gave it a 2. And the locals must love it for some reason because it was packed. Guess I just don't like my neighbors being on top of me.
Very nice park. We were in a prefered site which looked out to the lake. Site are a little close together but very shaded and level side to side. Cabin were really nice looking from the outside and a nice clean pool area. We would camp here again if in the area.