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Zion National Park, UTAH

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Most Recent Zion National Park Camping Reviews
Nicely run campground

We sleep in a tent and you can park your car and pitch at a lower section. We camp in a tent in the bed of our truck and this didn’t work for us but the owner allowed us to switch to an available RV site. The grounds are well maintained and the bathroom and shower is really nice—like new build home nice. Super spacious bathroom and shower but there’s only one. There would be two but one was out of commission. Mostly RV spots but about 5 tent spots. Bring ear plugs as it’s right off a state route that makes a lot of noise. Great customer service and we liked the proximity to Zion and Cedar Breaks.

Quiet, not crowded and relaxing.

The drive into the campground was beautiful with trees starting to turn fall colors with the backdrop of vermillion rock formations and bright blue sky. The road turns to dirt and the campgrounds (see photo of sign at entrance) are about a half mile on a fairly smooth dirt road. We have 26 foot class C and it did fine. The area burned in 2017 so views at campgrounds are of burned areas trying to regrow with grazing cattle and deer. Nice quiet place with occasional vehicles on dirt road which continues on. The near by creek keeps the vehicle noise to minimum and is a nice place to sit and relax. There are hiking trails along the road on the drive in. Good are for hiking, biking, camping, and OHV use.

Great Park, WiFi is annoying

Pretty good size park. Lots of trees for shade. Pretty easy to back out 44ft 5th wheel in. Spots are a little skinny but the grass is green and the pads are clean.

My only real complaint is the WiFi. It’s an “Access code” WiFi so it works fine on a device but won’t work on a smart TV, Roku, Apple TV, etc because they don’t have access to a browser.

Otherwise, highly recommend.

Fine campground, if you know what to expect

We stayed here for 4 nights in Sept when the temps were close to triple digits.

As a campground, it’s actually pretty nice. Many (but not all) of the sites have water and electrical hookups, and they’re spaced far enough apart that it doesn’t feel like a parking lot, even though there’s no real dividers to speak of. Since the sites are on a hill, they all have views of the reservoir. There are clean bathrooms, but no showers.

The reservoir and the campsite sit in a basin of red rock cliffs, so it gets very hot during the day — a few degrees warmer than Hurricane — and stays hot well into the night. As long as you’re prepared for this and have a/c and floaties for the lake, it’s fine.

A Bit Crowded But Good Location

The campsite is right inside the park if entering from the south gate. The sites can be a little close together with no real separation between groups. However, there's enough space that you won't bother each other. Another plus of this campground is how close you are to the shuttles. But you can also hike from the campground as a main trail passes right by. It's an awesome feeling camping in the valley as the sun sets and hits the rock faces. Overall a good experience and location.

Easy Access to Zion

This campground is essentially right outside of the south entrance gate to Zion National Park. They have very spacious tent sites, but it is a bit on the pricey side. There are restrooms as well as showers and the campground is usually pretty busy. Overall a nice spot if you're unable to get a camp site inside of the park.

Lot of people

Beautiful area. Campground was very full. Actually the entire lake area was very full. People fishing about every 5 feet down the banks. And pretty loud with all of the kids running around. You can rent a pontoon boat at the lodge just around the corner from the campground.

Next to highway

There was a sign that says you need an Arizona Land Pass, which would cost $20 for a family. This spot had no special view only of the highway, good for a quick night stop.


Only giving one star because we drove there to find out it was closed. Not sure when it will be opening up again!


You need very high clearance to get to this camp site. Very rough road to get to it. Could not get all the way there.