Campground is nice and clean, but they are completely understaffed! We felt they were un-helpful and rude. Our site did not have a picnic table, when we asked about it, we were told that we would have to locate an unused one (in 185 sites) and move it ourself (she said "I hope you have a kid that can help you"). I have three young children so this is not a great option. A man in the 8 person deep line offered his table. We will not be going back to this RV park. It's location is a 45 min. drive to Universal Studios (in decent traffic), similar to other parks. The 4th of July fireworks were great, as they were at the fairgrounds right next door. Getting information about them from the staff again was a chore!
An expensive place for a parking lot! We love the proximity to Circus Circus, but next time we won't be staying here. We would be better off staying in a cheap hotel and walking to Circus Circus. Vegas was 110 degrees and so being outside in the pool wasn't even appealing. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the campground, except its price.
Nice campground, but our site was a pretty long walk to the shuttle area. We were thankful for the electric hookups for our air conditioner - temps were over 95. We would stay here again to explore the park more.
This is one great campground! The staff were exceptionally friendly and recognized our needs. The playground is on really nice grass with a shady sitting area for parents. The pool is clean and refreshing. The sites are a little dusty, but neat and tidy. We were able to listen to a cowboy poet/singer for our evening entertainment. He was superb! We loved our stay here and will definitely be back!
Beautiful little campground with great looking group sites. We did not know anything about it, but found it on an obscure Utah map. Reservations can be made. Great views and a little creek running through the campground. Many other like campgrounds in the area between Torrey and Boulder.
Staying here takes a bit of extra driving. Check in is at the store, then a drive around the multiple loops to pick out your sight, then a drive back to the store to tell them which one, then a drive back to the site to set-up. We stayed here for two nights and enjoyed our time here. Without a tow vehicle, we used our motorhome to tour the park, which is a lot of driving. The camp sites were nice with grassy areas and had some local deer hanging around. Showers were up at the store, no where near the camp sites, but the bathroom areas in the campground were clean and had flushing toilets - always a plus!
Great bathroom set up! Pool was nice and very clean. Sites were dusty - typical for southern Utah, but could be occasionally watered down. Staff were temperamental, and not very helpful when it came to town information. They did accommodate our early arrival though. Decent place for a one night stay.
Beauty can only describe this campground. The views are amazing, the trails are great and the nightly ranger talk is perfect. The night of dry camping was definitely worth it. Rabbits and lizards are fun to find for adults and kids. Our 3 kids were even ready for a sunrise mini-hike at the windows, then a cool (temperature) hike to see Delicate Arch. When we were done, it was breakfast time.
Wow, talk about a huge campground! The pool was great - cold water on a hot day, misters on the deck to keep watchers cool too. Sites had shared picnic areas - only drawback. Level sites with pavement, good water pressure, cable with lots of stations, etc. Loved it!
We enjoyed our night at this KOA. Sites seem to have very little privacy, but each has a picnic table and a little shade. Our kids enjoyed the warm, clean pool and the staff was very helpful. They were very accommodating to our early arrival and site change request. Bathrooms were very clean. Campground is definitely a little rustic and not fancy, a great place for a night or two.