Surrounded by red rocks, mountains, and natural features, Willow Wind RV Park is a great stop on your way through scenic Southwest Utah. Enjoy firepits, cabins, campsites, RV hookups, a treehouse, and a dog washing station at this family-friendly RV park.
Not too far from Zion (20 mins) is this campground in Hurricane. It's a nice and well maintained campground. Decent WiFi and cell phone service. A variety of spots, long, wide, de lux, etc.
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.
It may be because we had just come off of 5 days of dispersed camping but we found WillowWind to be an oasis. The grounds are beautiful, the staff is polite and helpful, you get a concrete pad and a nicely sized grass area, and the restrooms/showers were the nicest I’ve ever seen. The WiFi was fast and cell with T Mobile was good. Your only 15 - 20 minutes to Zion and all the great things there without dealing with all the crowds. This is a large RV park but you don’t feel like your in a parking lot, the sites are nicely spaced with a lot of mature trees for shade. We were in a 30’ trailer but they can accommodate smaller all the way up to the real big Motorhomes. Don’t pay the same of more just to be 10 minutes closer to Zion when WillowWind is a nicer stay.
We needed stable, steady Internet for a month. While we regularly travel with two hotspots for Internet coverage, we barely needed to use them.
We stayed in one of the satellite friendly spots. Unfortunately, the space we were in was not so "friendly" due to the mature trees on either side. The satellite friendly spots are in the back of the RV park, and the aisle behind us had newer/younger trees that would not block satellite (but also would provide no shade).
Your experience at this park may vary. There were clearly a lot of monthly/semi-permanent residents at this park, especially on the back in spots at the edges. We would go back here, but we'd get a pull-through site next time.
- Location in reference to Zion, Bryce, and Cedar Breaks.
- Post office (for general delivery) is 2-3 blocks away.
- Major restaurants and retail stores within 10-15 miles (St. George).
- At least 3 state parks within a 20 mile radius, two are water sport havens (Sand Hollow and Quail Creek) and the other is hiking trail nirvana (Snow Canyon).
- No pool on site.
- Location of trees on RV space meant that we could not use our patio awning for the month. If we positioned our RV to allow us to use the awning, we wouldn't be able to park our tow vehicle at all.
- Our RV space was in the area with grass between the spaces. Sprinklers were programmed for daily delivery, and because of the width of the concrete pad, we were getting hard water stains on our RV (the sprinkler head pointed directly at our steps out of the RV). We noticed that on some of the "monthly" sites, there were plastic sprinkler head "deterrents" that would keep the spray from overshooting onto the concrete pad.
We visited this campground two years ago when we were hiking in Zion. The staff was amazing and all of the amenities were spotless. I they had a really fun cabin with a pool table and games and movies that all the campers were allowed to use. We liked it so much that we went back last weekend and spent three days again. This time they upgraded the camping spots to the back and we had our own lot with electricity. I would absolutely recommend camping at this location if you are planning any trip to Utah!
Awesome park, well maintained.. although a bit cozy, for the price and location, it's worthy of a return trip to visit the Zion area. Clean bathhouses, well manicured sites. GRASS!! Dog washing station…