Our RV park and campground is surrounded by the Grand Staircase National Monument. It's a perfect place to park your trailer or spend a night in a cabin when you're ready to explore the area. We have slot canyons, arches, fishing, ATV trails, and hiking galore in all directions! Multiple restaurants are with-in walking distance. RV sites have full hookups, cabins are furnished, and hot showers and wi-fi is available for all our guests.
This is an older, smaller RV Park that has several cabins and a few tent sites. The RV sites are typically pull through and both 30 AMP and 50 AMP are available. Nothing hyper here, but a well maintained park with nice restrooms and showers and a laundry. Located next door to a recommended restaurant and within a half mile of Escalante Outfitters - Espresso, Pizza, Salads and books and gear for your Utah Canyons adventures. Also a half mile to the Official Visitor Center: BLM, NPS and USFS - to answer all your wandering questions.
Did an awesome 3 day hike of the hurricane wash. Hiked in, set up camp, explored further, slept first night. Left our tents and gear and did a day pack hike totalling 16 miles down and back up the canyon. Third day was back out. It was amazing…other than the extreme leave no trace rules (ALL waste carried out).
What a great little campground! We tent camped here after arriving in Escalante late one evening. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. Our site was roomy and flat: everything you want a tent site to be. The bathrooms were very clean and the showers were amazing! We didn’t use the laundry facilities but they are available. We were able to park our VW Beetle right next to our tent pad. We were in the site farthest away from the bathroom/shower but only had about a 30 yard walk to get to them. The showers were so great, we returned to the campground a day after we left the area and paid a small fee to use them again after a night of backpack camping. The multi-agency Grand Staircase Escalante visitors center was next door on on side and a CV store and restaurant was on the other. The Harris Wash/Zebra Slot Canyon trailhead was about 8 miles east and made for a very enjoyable half day hike. Everything was very clean and well kept. Very pleasurable stay and will definitely stay there again when we return to the area!