Camphost/workers are friendly and work hard to keep up the park. But this is an older park - roads are in poor shape and turns are difficult. We watched a large motorhome have to backup twice to make a turn from his site to the exit. Overpriced for the condition of the sites and roads. Likely will not stay here again. The good: close to the city without being in the city.
Park has wonderful on site owners. They take pride in this campground. Has wonderful directions on the website. Has a nice hiking path. We had an easy level pull through site. Will stop here again. Rate is Passport America.
Over priced for a one night stay. This is a half price Passport rate. Might be good during summer when pool and music available. Park should reduce price for off season limited facilities. The sites not very level.
Busy family park: very few full hook sites. Most electric only 30 amp. Poor signage coming into park as the check-in gate is at only one of the loops. Low hanging trees need trimming, we had to move around on the road and wait for cars to pass to avoid tree limbs. The sites are nice, wide and have good views. Access pass would make this price $9.
Park is way over priced, even at the Passport rate of $18, which is 50% off. It is poorly maintained. Would dry camp at Wal-Mart or the Flying J next time. Same amount of interstate noise as a Flying J.
This was a lovely forest campground with friendly hosts and large sites. Our rate was with our National Access discount with $4 for electric. The water and dump station is at the entrance. There is a marina and boat launch nearby. Cell phone service was spotty.
Wide space: choice of services from tent site to full hookup with cable TV. The price we paid was for water and electricity. Tours of Antelope Canyon pick up at the park, and there is a town/shopping shuttle. Has friendly staff.