This was our second stay here. We arrived in an early season snow storm, and the woman in the office was very welcoming and efficient. She informed us that temperatures were expected to get down around 16 deg. F that night and reminded us to...
We pulled in mid-afternoon and there was one rig ahead of us. There was an "Open" sign on the office door, but the door was locked and no one was around. In a box on the wall of the office are registration forms and a sign gives the rates and...
We just needed a place in town for one night, so took a chance on this place based on Campendium and other reviews. Check in took way longer than it should have. The office doesn't have a check in desk like most RV parks. A young woman sitting at...
Friends had recommended this park to us and the reviews were all great, so we decided we needed to check it out. So glad we did. We came in on a Monday in late September without reservations, hoping we might get a spot. Luckily there were two or...
We made this our base for seeing Cedar Breaks NM, Red Canyon in the Dixie National Forest, Bryce Canyon NP and Escalante. Although the park is right on the main street of Panguitch, the town is small enough that traffic really dies off after dark...
When I think of an RV park associated with a motel, I usually imagine a pretty barren parking lot type of set-up, but this was an entirely different scene. There are only ten spots located behind the motel, but each one is a long pull through with...
We are normally not big fans of KOAs, but this park was a pleasant surprise, being very laid back and mellow.. Upon arrival, two staff members in the office were welcoming and accommodating to our needs. We explained we wanted to see Craters of...
It’s a mixed blessing trying to avoid the crowds. We stayed two nights in mid-September and it was great to not need reservations. On the negative side, the park had put the campground on “primitive” status, which meant the water had been turned...
We were going to stop in Great Falls, but thanks to Campendium found this place instead. It’s a small mom and pop operation catering primarily to the fly fishing crowd. Facilities are a little rustic, but relatively well maintained. Sites are...
Owner is welcoming and very knowledgeable about the area, with lots of recommendations for what to see and do during your stay. She let us pick our spot and offered help in getting set up if we needed it. We chose site #12 (back in) along the...
"A pretty park - even in a snow storm."
"Kind of an odd duck of a place."
"OK for a one night layover."
"Could be our new favorite campground."
"Everything we needed and close to many great attractions."
"A unique and very cool experience"
"A pleasant stay convenient to Craters of the Moon"
"Everything was shutting down for the season."
"Very quiet in a beautiful setting."
"Pleasant stay in a sweet little park."
"Nice Campground and a Great Beach"
"Close to town and close to your neighbor too!"
"Your basic forested campground, but the falls are quite lovely."
"Nice Forested Campground with Beach Access"
"Perfect for our first two nights on Vancouver Island."
"Peaceful in spite of being close to the highway."
"Nice campground close to some major attractions."
"Pretty, but kinda out there."
"Cute RV park and cute town!"
"Peaceful and pretty and free."
"Plenty of hiking opportunities, great weather and uncrowded in May."
"Great welcome form the lady in the office"
"Easy access for an overnight stop"
"Crowded but right on the Virgin River"
"Always room at the inn here."
"Loved the pool and hot tub!"
"Upscale National Park camping"
"Plenty of room for everyone!"
"Pretty little campground in a stunning National Monument"
"So good, we got on the waiting list to bcomee leaseholders!"
"Beautiful park, stand-offish residents"
"Just the kind of RV park we like."
"Great boondocking experience."