There are two campgrounds in this park. One is Arch Rock Campground: the sites are smaller, it has no hookups except for water and there are restrooms are located there. The other campground is called Ataltl Rock: the spaces are bigger and wider, there are gazebos, tables and fire pits at the sites. One area has electric hookups with 20, 30 and 50 amp service and water with threaded faucets. The rest of the campsites just have water, tables, gazebos and fire pits. The showers are nice, with plenty of hot water and good pressure: they cost 25 cents for five minutes. There is double dump station with fresh water located at the entrance to Ataltl Rock. This park is the oldest in the state: 75 years. It's a really pretty park. There one hwy that runs through the park SR169, it is narrow and winding in spots. There are places to pull off and park so you can take pictures and enjoy the view. The visitor center is small and informative: it has a help desk, books and stuff to buy and a lot of good exhibits. Except for the vending machines in the visitor center, there is no fuel, food or supplies in the park. If there is a need for those, you have to go to I-15 exit 75, 14 miles to the west, or you could to Overton, Nevada, 14 miles to the east. The place was quiet at night. The weather was great, the days were comfortable and the nights were cool. In the summer time, it will be very HOT. We camped during the week. On weekends and holidays, being close to Las Vegas, NV (45 miles), the campsites will fill up quick. No reservation are accepted and the park does not allow saving of sites. It is a pretty park and we enjoyed it a lot, we will be back.
The campground is 3 miles from Almo, ID, and about 3.5 miles to the center of City of Rocks National Reserve. The campsites spaces are long at least 40', and the spaces are 30' apart so you have a sense of privacy. The restrooms and showers are very clean and are cleaned every day. There is power and water but no sewer, there is an RV dump by the enterance. the road between Almo, ID and Elba, ID is under construction so for about two miles it is a rough dirt road. Almo, ID is a small town that has basic supplies, Tracy General Store has a grocery, post office, deisel and gas. Its a really pretty area and worth the drive. We will return.
Small really clean park in the middle of town. Sonic fast food, Market Basket food store and Old Town Silver City are all within walking distance, check-in was quick and easy and the staff is very friendly and helpful. Wifi was very good, each site had a table and the hook-ups were in a handy spot. There is no cable TV, but off air signals were fair to good. we will come back again
Roads were paved and the sites were pea gravel and level. The lady at check in was nice and we were escorted to our site. The park is about 75% live in and from what I saw the place was well kept and clean. A lot of room to park and for slideouts. About one half mile from pilot and loves. We came in off season so it one of the few parks that are open.
We came in April so we didn't get the crowds that comes in the summer. The sites are close together. Free cable TV and free Wifi, if you camp by the river wifi might be iffy. The upper part of the campground is paved and the lower part close to the river is dirt. The check-in area is nice and the store is well stocked. The Springdale shuttle that runs into town and the park shuttle that runs into the canyon is a good way to see the area without driving, and it beats finding a place to park
Check in was easy and fast and the campsite was muddy (we came in during a spring snowstorm). You have to pay for wi-fi and cable TV--$2 each and the service of both was good. We were going home from Cedar City so we just stayed overnight. The store was well stocked with supplies and food. The clerk was nice and gave us a list of places to eat and had a good knowledge of the area
This has to one of the cleanest parks we been in. most of the sites were level, raked, and with shade. They also include fire pit, table, a hook for your lantern and a gazebo for shade. Water faucets are located around the campground. The dump station, which can handle two rigs at one time, is in the park between the campground and the main road. The restrooms are nice and the showers are clean and warm with a lot of hot water. Cell service is good , no wi-fi, we didn't check for TV reception and radio station comes from Cedar City, UT. Dry camping at its best
Stopped at Rachel, NV overnight en route to Cathedral Gorge State Park. there was three hookup sites (power and water (15 amps)). No TV or radio reception, if cable is there, it was not available . Satellite radio and tv is the only option. The power was fine the water we had to open the lid to a small container and after we dug away the insulation and dirt we found the water faucet which worked. We used our fresh water for water. It is quiet there. The young lady at the Aleinn Inn was nice and helpful. The people that live there are nice and they don't bother you. The inn is a restaurant, bar and gift store in one, it the only business in town. you can dry camp for free anywhere as long as it not on a street or the parking lot and there is lot of anywhere to choose from. If you need fuel, food or supplies get from Tonopah, NV. 120 miles west or Ash Spring, NV 60 miles east. If you into off-roading and/or UFO watching THIS IS THE PLACE. Groom Lake(Area 51) is 23 miles SSE. The people at the Inn can help you out there. Few stop and camp, some stop and take pictures, most just drive on by.
Nice looking park with about 15 permanent residents. Park is clean, restroom are very clean well kept. The park was made before slideouts; in some spots the slideouts cannot be used because the power outlets are right next to the trailer. The staff was nice in letting us change sites to one with more room. We had no problem leveling our trailer