Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
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Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About St. George / Hurricane KOA

Come and see the spectacular red-rock desert scenery in southern Utah. This KOA is minutes away from Quail Creek State Park, and it's near the Red Cliffs Recreation Area. Visit the historic ruins of Harrisburg, a ghost town. Stop by the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm, or golf at a ranked course. Swimming, fishing and boating are close by. At the campground, you can relax at the heated pool, play pickleball or mini golf and enjoy seasonal clubhouse activities. Take a short scenic drive to explore nature's beauty at Zion, Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon national parks. This KOA is a superb central location for loads of fun. Pool: April 1 - October 31. Max pull thru: 50 feet.

Fee Info
Adults 19+, Kids 12-18, Free 0-11
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
St. George / Hurricane KOA is located in Utah
Latitude
37.205 N
Longitude
-113.393 W
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Directions
!Alert! ***DO NOT FOLLOW GPS. USE OUR GIVEN DIRECTIONS*** From Cedar City: Heading South on I-15, take the Leeds/Exit 23. End of ramp turn left to Stop Sign. Then turn right, continue through Leeds onto Old Hwy 91 & South approximately 2.5 miles to KOA on left. From St. George: Heading North on I-15, Exit 22. At stop sign at the end of the exit ramp, turn right & KOA on left side after approximately 2.50 miles. OR Take the Zion Park/Hurricane Exit 16. AVOID a left turn on Old Hwy 91 (ROUGH, Unpaved Road) & Continue on RT 9 for approximately 2.5 miles. At second stop light, turn left onto SR 318/Quail Creek State Park. Continue around the Lake to stop sign. Turn right toward Harrisburg/Leeds. The KOA is on the right *** Campground Address NOT GPS Friendly ***
10 Reviews of St. George / Hurricane KOA
Solid

Clean showers and toilets. Trees for shade. Pet area with dog bags. Conveniently located off the highway but the downside is you can hear the highway. Sites are pretty close to each other. Good for a stopover

I’ve seen Walmart parking spaces that are larger and more accommodating

Cramped slots out in the blistering sun. No picnic tables unless you request one and they happen to have one available. But don’t bother, there’s hardly room to squeeze between your front door and your neighbors vehicle. The lot slopes, say 4-6 inches in 8 feet so leveling up is a chore. The advertised available wi-fi in their advertisement is described as “limited” when you finally check in, and that is a gross overstatement. It sucks when it is available at all. The sewer connection is nearly 30 feet from the typical travel trailer connection. And the heat is unrelenting am to pm since shade trees are apparently a premium they decided not to invest in. We’re stuck here for 3 nights hating every minute.

A Solid KOA For a Family

We stayed at this KOA in our motor home over a Memorial day weekend in 2019.  We had 50A power, city water and sewer.  Power stayed on even during a windy down pour one night.   We arrived at about 9PM and a very friendly man guided us to our site pull-through site and helped us set up.  I appreciated the help.

A lady at the front desk told me that this campsite had become pretty beat up a few years ago and she and her husband were investing a lot of time to improve it.  Even if it is a work in progress, the campsite was well maintained.  Wide roads, gravel pull-through RV spots, picnic tables, grassy areas for kids and pets, a new playground, and a serviceable pool (clean but smallish - good for kids) and lots of bathrooms and showers (all private stalls).

There's a great-room down by the entrance (it has additional bathrooms btw) that is very spacious.  There are 8 or so dinging tables (with chairs) and an area with a TV and couch (I don't think it had a DVD/Blu-Ray player so bring your own).  Mini-golf was a fun activity for my kids one evening even though it was pretty worn.

This site is about 5 minutes from Quail lake and about 20 minutes from Sand Hollow.

Overall, great place to stay for 3 nights with kids.  We would stay again without hesitation.

Nice enough

Close to the interstate and easy to access. RV sites have decent amount of room. Bathrooms were clean.

Consistently windy for the several days we were there.

Follow their directions, not GPS, if coming from the south.

The woman that checked us in was nice, but the younger women that was “helping” others was quite snarky.

Nice KOA

You'll notice that I'm not a fan of KOA style campgrounds, but as they go, this is a nice one, clean, well maintained and in a coolish location

Cabins are very nice, trailer sites are very close together.

Lake is very low & pool was not heated.

Not the best.

We stopped at this campground on our way to the Grand Canyon. It was very pricey for a wooden box of dirt style tent site. The sites were very close together as well. The showers and bathrooms were pretty gross. Sadly, many of the campers left trash laying around as well. I would not recommend this campground unless you are unable to get into one of the many other campsites near by.

Just a short drive from Zion

Stayed here while visiting Zion National Park. It is about a 40 minute drive from the park but sure doesn't feel that long. The campground and bathrooms are clean. We were in a tent site and the only thing I didnt like was our site was next to a fence with houses on the other side and we continually had to smell cigarette smoke from the house behind us.

Meh.

We by no means had an outstanding experience here, nor was it horrible. We were on spring break visiting Zion National Park, which was about an hour away (it was the closest campground that was open at the time.)

Pros: nice showerhouse and bathrooms, good view of red cliffs recreation area, free mini golf and pool, electric and water at the tent site, laundry facilities, right off the interstate.

Cons: right off the interstate. Nothing but vehicle traffic all night long. Zero privacy- tent sites are so close you can literally hop from one tent pad to the next. Also, there aren't enough picnic tables for each site. It is also extremely windy, with nothing to break that wind. We came back to the site one evening to find both tents down and our things scattered across the tent site area.

Ooverall, I would likely not go back. I think this site is better suited for RVers than renters. There are some state parks right behind the hill that have better location than this. In a pinch, it worked for us, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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KOA Campground

Rolled into this campground in the middle of the night. Good things about this campground: follow the directions on their website. They put a special note on purpose. Glad we followed it instead of google maps or we would have gotten lost. It's KOA so I kind of figure you get what you expect. It's pricey for a campground but KOA's have showers. Downside: It's right by the highway and you could hear the semi's going by all night. There's not much in the way of privacy between the tent sites. But all in all the site was fine. Flat, on a gravel platform, room for a car to park.