We found this place on the Dyrt app and stopped on our way back from Utah. It’s a great free place to stop. 30 and 50 amp hook ups water and dump station. The only thing I would say is that it does appear to be a spot that locals commonly meet up at for whatever reason. Not sure if it was drugs or what but we did see several cars come in hang out for about 20 mins and leave. Some would come in and park next to each other. So that was kinda weird but still giving it 4 stars because it was completely free and had everything we needed.
Park is great. Pull through spots with full hook ups. We stayed in late December so it was very cold. They do a good job of wrapping their water supply though. Lost of spaces. The la sal mountains are right across the street and you can see them from the park. You can also see a nice canyon view rising up behind you. There is not a fenced in dog run so you’ll have to walk them on leash to go to the bathroom. Staff is very friendly as well. Park is within minutes to Arches about 10-15 min drive and canyon lands is about 35-45 mins away.
We only stayed here for one night on our way from Texas to Utah but it was a nice cozy stay. The park has full hook ups and a little dog area. The wifi worked great we streamed Netflix that night. 7100’ elevation. There were a ton of stars at night which was great. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We arrived around 6pm and our info was thumb tacked to the entry board. Call her and she comes right down to show you your spot. It’s located next to a little brewery and pizza place. The pizza and beer were both really good I would check that place out while you stay. Ale Republic it’s called. Check it out.
The park itself is nice. Full hook ups, heated pool and hot tub. Restrooms and laundry on site. Propane also on site. There are also a series of fenced in dog parks (3). So if you have dogs that don’t get along with other dogs that’s a plus because you can just go in a different one. The wifi is kind of hit or miss sometimes though. When the park is full at peak times good luck streaming anything. Staff is very friendly and helpful. I wouldn’t spring for the back in river spots unless you just want privacy behind you. The view for us isn’t that great as there is a rock wall behind you so your view is actually of that unless you have a very big rig. It is very close to Springdale and Zion National Park which is very convenient and why we chose it so four stars.
We stayed here for four days over thanksgiving and have nothing bad to say about this place whatsoever. Friendly staff. Views from inside the park are great as well. There’s a general store right outside if you need or forgot anything and only about a 20 min drive to Big Bend entrance. Also there are a lot of activities we didn’t try right inside the resort just because of everything going on with COViD but next time we’ll try for sure. Also if you head right out of the RV park entrance, you’ll soon enter Big Bend Ranch State park within minutes and it’s almost just as impressive as big bend with some of the views and trails you can access from it. Closed Canyon trail is a must see as well as the hoodoos trail. Also they do have full hook ups, and 30AMP and 50 AMP.