This campground was well kept and the employees were great. The community kitchen, restrooms, and showers were close enough to the sight to be convenient, but far enough away to not wake you up at night with people walking by. The tent sights in the upper portion are on different levels from neighboring sites, so you are separated from your neighbors, but they are close enough if camping with a large group. The upper tent sights have no trees around them, so you get a great view of the stars on a clear night, and you can watch the sun rise and set on the cliffs, but if you look to the left of the cliffs, you get a great view of an industrial-type area. Because there are no trees around the upper sites (and it's nearly impossible to drive a tent stake into the ground), windy nights can get really crazy. I had weighted the corners of my tent with everything I could (camp chairs, suitcase, even some rocks), but the tent still blew around and collapsed on me. Overall a great campground with KOA standards, I just have an old tent and some bad luck.
We stayed a couple of nights while hiking in the area. Reasonable sized RV sites width wise. Pull through sites would not be long enough for a one night stay where we want leave truck hitched to 32’ trailer. Clean campground and restrooms.
Nice KOA with great camp sites. Beautiful panoramic Mountain views. Nice place to bring the family. Campfires highlight the interesting landscape. The sunrise on the mountainside was absolutely beautiful! The colors were amazing! We camped in a tent site, but there are RV and cabin sites available as well. There’s a little convenience store where wood is available. Very clean and lovely place!
Beautiful Bryce Canyon NP is a short drive away but coming back to the peace and comfort of this KOA is well worth it. The campground hosts and staff were friendly and knowledgeable and suggested visits to other areas nearby. We actually extended our time here--mid AprIl 2018. They were so helpful accommodating. Four stars (the public restrooms/shower were quite a way from our RV campsite. Not a real problem for us though).
Awesome place, friendly staff. Nice pool, amenities. Basketball court. Very Close to Bryce Canyon.
This is backcountry camping and is a great way to get away from the crowds. It is away from the Hoodoos but you follow the rim and there are some amazing views you won't get by staying in the popular areas.
nice park..clean restrooms, conveniently located to visit Bryce canyon NP and Kodachrome state park…pull thru sites, level. camp fire pits available but VERY close to our rig. no obstructions for tip outs and ample room to park our jeep.