This park is somewhat rundown and shabby, but the manager was helpful, courteous and friendly. Kanab is convenient to many local area attractions and Crazy Horse is not a bad place to stay. It is more spacious and/or less expensive than the other parks in town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel. The park is over-priced given the condition of the place but we'll probably stay again next time we're in Kanab...go figure!
We stayed for 4 nights in order to see the many area attractions. We stayed in October and the campground was not very full. Our site was gravel, level, and had 50 amp service. The (I think new) owners seem to be making improvements and we would stay here again. The rate is Good Sam. The restaurant serves a good breakfast.
We stayed here because it was the least expensive and because it was convenient to the interstate and to Sam's Club (cheapest fuel in town). We were just passing thru on our way to Yellowstone. This is a nice park, run by a nice lady. We would stay here again, whether for one night or longer: it's a nice park. No pull-throughs (all back-in sites) might be a problem for some.
We stayed here because it was the only campground in Medora that was still open. We had water and 30 amp elec-- no sewer but they have a dump station. Our site was small, sort of level and had some gravel but was a little muddy. Not a great place for non-horse owner/rider camping but OK for the price. The personnel nice and friendly. If we're ever in Medora again we'll stay here... unless another campground is open.
We stayed in the South Monticello Campground. Some of the campsites are first-come and some can be reserved. We stayed on #18 (nice lake view). It can be reserved but can also be first-come if it's not reserved. Check with the camp host or pay attention to their red and green signs. Nice paved roads, level gravel sites, covered picnic tables. South Monticello is best accessed from Exit 89 on I-25.
Rate is approximate: we stayed here Coast to Coast. We came 3 years ago to stay for only a few days and ended up buying a park model trailer. We like it here a lot and come back every winter. There are only 4 short term pull-through sites, but there are quite a few long term sites. There is also a nice community of snowbirds who come every winter. A nice friendly place to stay: short or long term.
A nice central, cheap place to dry camp and see Death Valley and nearby Rhyolite and Beatty, Nevada. For $4 you can swim and take a hot bath across the road at the motel. It's worth the drive (30 miles) to Beatty for gas/fuel. If you go to Beatty have breakfast at Mel's Diner: cheap and great food, really great food and more than I could eat for $7.95.
I forget the price: we stayed here at half-price because we have an America the Beautiful pass. Really nice dry-camp place. Pit toilets were clean and as nice as a pit toilet can be. We arrived about 2pm on a Friday and only had 5 or 6 sites to choose from. We chose one, set up our camp and THEN went to register. All sites were taken by about 5. Very picturesque and fun place.
This place was so nice I stayed here twice: both going to and coming from Pasadena. Rate quoted here is Passport America half-price rate for a partial hook-up. Very nice managers and staff. Coffee and fresh-baked cookies in the office in the morning. Nice level sites, clean bathrooms and showers. I hope they don't sell: I want to stay here again!
Nice fairly level paved FHU sites with covered picnic tables. Lots of OHVs but they must be trailered in and out of the camping area so they weren't a problem for us non-OHVers. Nice lake and boat ramp. Campground is fairly close to Kolob Canyon.
Nice level pull-through FHU gravel sites with picnic table. Nice bath house and laundromat. Owners are friendly and helpful. Panguitch is a nice little town that is convenient to lots of area attractions. We stayed here for a week and would definitely stay here again.
This park is somewhat rundown and shabby, but the managers were helpful, courteous and friendly. Kanab is convenient to many local area attractions and Crazy Horse is not a bad place to stay. It is more spacious and/or less expensive than the other parks in town. We would stay here again.
This is a nice place to stay. We've stayed here several times while passing through the Springs and will stay here next time as well. There are a lot of permanent/semi-permanent residents but that doesn't make this a bad place. The place is well-kept, quiet and friendly.
Very nice campground. Water and dump station available at fee booth. Golden Age Access rate is $9 for electric site. Primitive camping also available for $12.00 ($6.00 Golden Age). Can walk to the river. Fish cleaning station and boat ramp about a mile away. Busy on weekends with regular/local family campers; sparsely populated during the week.
Excellent, spacious and shady. All site are back-in and have electricity only. Water and dump available at entrance. 14 day limit. Campground open from early May through end of Sept. Very busy on weekends, lots of available sites Sunday through Thursday. About 70 sites reservable thru reserveamerica.com. About 30 electric sites and 15 primitive sites available on first-come, first served basis. Golden Age Access rate is $8.00.
An OK, no-frills place to park for a day or so. The $12.00 rate is Passport America. Owner is friendly and accommodating. Easy to find off Highway 85 and access to site is easy if you ignore the entrance and drive over the low curb. I've stayed here twice and will stay again if I'm passing through.
$18.00 rate is Passport America. Office staff friendly and probably helpful. I didn't ask for any help. This CG has the smallest spaces I have ever encountered: My slides were about 24" from my neighbor's on each side and my awning was within 6" of my first neighbor. My second neighbor (very large motorhome and toad) was so underwhelmed he left immediately. My pull-through was not long enough for both 36' fifthwheel and my truck. This park would be nice if it had half as many sites.
We stayed here to save a few bucks. We were charged $12. Even tho the Passport America rate should have been $10. The site was trashy, not level and lots of broken glass. We pass thru Fort Stockton once or twice each year. We will stay somewhere else next time.
Nice, tidy, clean, and quiet park. Suggest you call the owner when you arrive... there's no office or signs to tell you where to register or set up. We expect to pass thru Hondo occasionally and will definitely stay here. As Passport America members we stayed here for $12.50 per night, half the posted rate.