The store includes a surprisingly large gift shop. Wish they didn't have big boulders marking both sides of driveway to the back-in sites. It makes backing a trailer in more of a hazard than it should be.
This park is a bargain. I got my best WiFi connection of all the parks used in this trip. The restroom/shower/laundry facility is surprisingly nice. Warning for Sunday visitors. Escalante literally shuts down on Sundays. Gas stations, restaurants, grocery store, you name it!
I got a nice shaded site in a park that was much less crowded than others on this trip. It is a great location, with the national park's shuttle bus having a stop right in front of the RV park. I only got 1 bar WiFi reception and was unable to get a cell phone connection (AT&T) until the woman at the desk tipped me to go to Ruby's hotel lobby and walk down the corridor to the area jut outside the hotel rooms.
The location is great, just outside of the park's west entrance. My stay was OK, but I had two disappointments. There was no hand soap dispenser in the restroom and I had to go up to the hotel lobby to get a working WiFi connection.
This is an older, but very well maintained, park. A lot of the sites seemed to be permanent residents or on extended stays. I was concerned by the noise of several fighter jets returning to their base at sunset, but didn't hear any after that or in the morning. Their security is excellent. The on-site Saloon & Steakhouse is under new management and not had their grand opening yet. I was a bit wary when I proved to be the only one in the dining room. Then, I was amazed to get a truly gourmet quality flatiron steak, one of the best I've ever had, for a grand total of about $15!