Enjoyed our stay here. The park is very large, which isn't usually my preference, but the sites are fairly large, so you don't feel all crammed in. The office has a small general store, but the neighboring property (also part of Ruby's Inn) has a gas station, large general store with hardware/tools, camping essentials and groceries. The only minus was that there is only one shower building, located at the front office, so it can be a jaunt to get to if you're site is located near the back of the park. Not always an issue for RVers, but I like using a "real" shower if convenient.
Wow! Amazing views of the Zion area and super close to the Park. There is a shuttle that takes you right to the visitor center, and there is a stop right at the park entrance. Lots of shade trees, clean sites, and clean shower facilities. Showers are token activated only. Tokens are good for 6 minutes, and you get 1 per person each day you're there. We'll definitely be back!
It is basically a large parking lot with sites right on top of one another. The place was packed, but the park rangers are really good about enforcing the quiet hours, which makes it peaceful at night, as you can hear the waves crashing on the beach. Due to the location the rangers lock the gates at (I think it was) 9pm, meaning no one in/out until they open them back up in the morning (which I think was 7 or 8); this seemed odd to me. If you have dogs there is a great dog beach on the island, about a 10 minute drive. Dogs are allowed in the park, buf not on the beach.
We only stayed here for the night, but would highly recommend. Park has great views of the rocky bluffs off the back of the property. Very nice office staff, were helpful with directions to Capitol Reef and our next destination. Park appeared to be well maintained, has large shade trees in some sites, and had a large grassy area for dogs. As a bonus there is a RV repair shop right next door. When we pulled in we were having an issue with overheated brakes, and the repairman was able to diagnose the issue: which luckily turned out to be a non-issue. But he was super honest and helpful about it. Highly recommend for your stay near Capitol Reef.
Its hard to put a review together for this park, simply because there were some good things about it, and then some odd things that just left us kind of puzzled. The park is tiny, only about 15 RV sites and then some tent sites separated by the: "pond" (more on that later). The sites will accommodate bigger rigs plus a tow vehicle. There is a portable type building that has 4 shower/toilet stalls; water pressure was great, cleanliness was average, but I think it was more age that made it appear so-so. The manager (maybe owner) was pleasant and gave us a map and recommended some sightseeing in the area. The town is tiny, not many services beyond a gas station and a couple places to eat, but we stayed here as a stop over to see Monument Valley. Now the odd stuff. There is a pond in the middle of the property that has a few ducks, but is pretty overgrown with shrubs. There were some old paddle boats stacked up at the back of the property, so I think at one time it was a usable attraction, and if it was cleaned up a bit it would be pleasant to walk around or sit and enjoy some quiet time. There is a pen beyond the pond that houses an emu. Again, probably meant as an attraction at one time, but like the pond just seemed to have been overlooked and forgotten. Would stay here again if we were just passing through.
Nice park about 10 minutes north of Moab. We had one of the sites that had a view of Arches Nat'l Park. You have to look far out in the distance, but you can just make out the Windows Arch, which was pretty neat. Entire property is gravel, so even with heavy rains the sites stayed clean; no muddy mess. Little general store carried some essentials, groceries and gift shop type items. They also have a Shell gas station; about 50 cents more than in town, but convenient if you need it.
Very happy with our stay here. Staff was friendly and helpful; they have someone escort you right to your site. The entrance is not gated, but there is a guard shack up front that is staffed 24/7. Makes the place feel secure, and was great for us since we pulled in after midnight. Showers/restrooms are clean, and they have several placed throughout the park. Just short of a perfect 10/10 simply for the distance to the strip. It's pretty much a straight shot to the strip, but it is about a 7 mile drive.
Now this is what I call camping! The park is located just a couple miles off of I-15 and about 6 miles from the big hotels on the strip. It is a great location if you have a tow vehicle or don't mind paying cab fare. The park itself is gorgeous and impeccably cared for. We stayed in a premium site with build out, which included a BBQ, 2 large sitting areas, fireplace, waterfall and many large shade trees. All of the sites with build outs are somewhat different, as the owners of the sites get to upgrade them to their wants/needs. The Wi-Fi worked great and the hookups were easily accessible. We did not use the pools, but all of them looked clean, and never looked crowded. Park is guard gated and very quiet at night. The diner on-site proved to be a good choice for a quick (and not too extravagant) bite to eat. Would not hesitate to stay here again, and wished I had the $$$ to buy a spot.
Pinezanita is a great park, quiet, peaceful and a nice escape from it all. The sites are of great size, electrical and water in each and sewer hook-ups in some, plus big shade trees, picnic tables and fire rings. It is a short drive to Main St., Julian and the wonderful little shops and eateries. The staff was very nice and helpful and stayed open late for registration for the holiday weekend. The office has firewood, toiletries, etc. for sale and movies for rent. Some of the spots are occupied by permanent residents, but their sites, as well as the rest of the park is well maintained and clean. We would stay here again!
Although we only stayed one night, I could have definitely stayed longer. The RV Park is located on the same property as a Casino, golf course, small hotel and a truck stop. I did not ask when the property opened but it seems new within the last couple years. The RV area is at the back of the property which limits noise from the highway and the truck area. The traveler's center has immaculate showers; a $4 cost for those registered at the RV park. The cost includes a towel, washcloth, bathmat, soap and shampoo; well worth it in my opinion. We did not spend much time in the casino, but it seemed to be a decent size. We ate at the breakfast buffet; good food! Only two things prevented this from being a 10 in my opinion: One, the park was lacking shade. It was very hot when we pulled in, and the young age of the park is reflected in the small young trees at the camp sites; which just could not provide any cool area to sit and relax outside. Two, our site was in the first row about halfway down and we could not connect to the Wi-Fi. It is included in the cost, but it was a little disappointing we could not get it to work.
This is a very nice park with easy access from the I-5. We only stayed one night since we were only in need of a stop over on our way home. The couple that runs it are very nice and showed us right to our spot after checking in. The park was very quiet at night, and although it is on the older side, everything was clean and functional. There are two bathroom/shower facilities with two pools.. The park is located next to two gas stations and only a 9 mile drive north to Harris Ranch for an excellent meal. I would definitely stay here again. Price reflects a 10% AAA discount.