Got an “overflow” site the day before our arrival on a weekend so no hookups (other overflow sites have water and sewer) but we have solar so no problem. Good location to all the local sites and across the road from the river and wetlands. Gravel...
Our first choice for the night (Sacramento Pass) had no cell service (I work from the road) and we weren't sure about availability at Great Basin NP so we kept going and this is where we ended up after an exhausting 2 days of travel from Reno, NV...
No Verizon signal AT ALL, even at the sites up top (one was available on a Wednesday afternoon in mid-June as were a few others on the west side) and I work from the road so sadly we couldn’t stop here. Beautiful but was getting windy with higher...
$15 credit card payment opens dump lid.
Convenient on our trip from Reno to points east but pricey especially since the non-potable water pressure was so low using it to clean out our black tank was almost pointless. Easy in-out access on dirt road.
We knew this campground catered to the ATV crowd so we were prepared (we no longer ride but were joining friends who wanted to stay here). But the DOGS were louder than the toys. The dogs were left to bark all day while others were out riding. And...
17 days ago
Drove by here today and there is a chain across the entrance with multiple closed signs. Also no KOA or other campground sign.
Stayed at the Atlatl campground beginning of May and opted for W/E due to a few HOT days. First come first serve sites. We arrived on a Sunday about 10:30 and found a handful of sites available in “RV only” loop and a few others with just water....
Stayed here on a Saturday night while we waited for Valley of Fire campground to clear out. Pulled a 32’ TT down one level from the top. Our takeaway: not for us and we do a lot of boondocking.
1. Road in is rough
2. Water is icky (we walked...
Called to see about availability for a few days and when I asked if dogs were ok she asked what size. I said large lab that’s 12 years old. She said only little dogs allowed. I reiterated that our old dog just sleeps all day and the reply was only...
58 days ago
Headed here as it was close to Bryce. Easy access but be sure to stop at the top of the road and scout out the area as it only fits a few rigs. One spot is up top near the road (which isn’t heavily traveled) and a larger area is down below.
"An Oasis on the Loneliest Road in America"
"Really wanted to stay here but no Verizon"
"Noisy, dusty, and expensive"
"Only small dogs allowed"
"Great location for a few rigs"
"Nice for a few days midweek"
"Gorgeous and peaceful BUT..."
"Great views, hiking and peaceful "
"Beautiful park, great location - Cottonwood loop"
"Great quiet lake in the off season"
"Good for very small campers"
"Fabulous family owned w/great location"
"Quiet park and central location"
"Easy access - pull in from either side"
"Love free but not the traffic and dust"
"Beautiful park geared more toward smaller rigs/tents"
"Great for an overnight but HOT with all the pavement"
"Great location, staff, and park"
"It's FREE and right on the water"
"Great beach access but our site not so great"
"Nice park but leash law not enforced"
"Beautiful campground, great location"
"Great location, staff, and park, but pricey"
"Gem out in the middle of nowhere!"
"Great privately owned park close to lots of activities"
"Good but pick your site carefully if in a travel trailer"