Great place to stay while in Zion. Very limited parking for RV’s so it was nice to pay $10 (annual pass holder) to camp for a night right inside the park. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended so plan accordingly. Very close to visitor center and buses to take you thru the park. Beautiful trails are within the campground that have all kinds of wildlife and a large creek running past. Beautiful area, would stay again!
Campground was full, but there is a road that has lots of pull offs with fire pits and picnic tables. Spread out sites. Primitive so no power or water but for $15 and only minutes from SLC and the salt flats I’ll take it. It is gated and closes at 7pm so get there early to grab a good spot.
Easy to get to. Nobody there. Beautiful area. Lots of spots to park and they’re clearly marked. Stone fire pits at sites. Beautiful stream runs thru a few sites! Very peaceful.
Nice place. Laundry on site which was the biggest draw. Can’t find a laundromat in 100 miles of here lol. Reasonable prices. Clean. Has a fenced in dog park. Not many trees and dusty/sandy but I guess that comes with the area.
Right outside arches and close to canyon lands. Great place if you don’t have a reservation or get in late. Very dusty/sandy and windy! Idk if I’d stay here by choice unless I was just passing thru. Overall, a good place to stay!
This place was great! $8 because water is off for the season, I guess…normally $20. All facilities are closed so it’s just camping and exploring the park which is all within walking distance of the campground. Very friendly ranger working the front! Level sites on pavement. No fires allowed unless propane or grills. Very windy! Get a spot that has rocks on your west side to hide lol! This place was a great stop for a evening/night! Not a lot to see but what’s there is really cool! A must see if you’re passing thru Idaho down to Utah.
Got into the area late and needed a place to stay but everything was booked or taken…this place had 4 sites on a FCFS basis and it was awesome! Spread out sites for a state park! Bathhouses were conveniently located and clean! $35 for water and electric with a dump station and water, this was perfect compared to everywhere else I checked ($50 PLUS). Highly recommend!
First come first served. Get there around 11am to grab a site with a view, there’s only a handful. If those are full get a site near the entrance so you’re close to bathhouses, laundry, store, restaurant. Beach is nice with amazing views! Pay showers are pricy compared to what I’ve seen around the country. Laundry was affordable. Roads and sites are TIGHT! No RV’s over 30 feet allowed! Overall, an amazing campground with trails within a 10 minute drive.
Stayed here because campground inside Yellowstone and grand Teton were closing/closed for the season. Wouldn’t be my first choice. Would probably rather boondock off buffalo valley road. Has lots of amenities and level sites. Sites are crammed together. Short drive to Teton was a plus. Expensive!!!
This campground is right across from the visitor center, convenient to all the trails and Mount Rushmore, has great amenities, and a beautiful stream running by the campground. Dump station, drinking water, laundry, bathhouses, paved level sites, electric only, wildlife is everywhere! The game lodge is a short walk away. Thoroughly enjoyed my time here! Sunday Gulch Trail is a must!! Wish I would’ve stayed more than 1 night.
Free! Best views in Bad Lands NP! Free! Great cell signal! Oh, it’s free, too! Best spot I’ve stayed in the past week, no bad spots to be found! A must-do place to boondock if you are passing thru!
Stayed here in mid July with family and had a great time! Sites are spread out and the campground is very large. Bathhouses are conveniently located and clean. Sites are level and most are back in. Dump station and trash drop off at exit of campground. Large store with everything you’d need at entrance which also offers a canopy tree rope course thing wayyyy up in the trees. Other than that, not too much to do at the campground, mainly just a hub for going to the state park and falls. Some trails are on site and were nice to explore, however. Would definitely come back to this campground.
Quiet campground away from all the chaos of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Stayed 2 nights and most everyone here when I stayed (August 2020) are full-time residents. Very friendly staff. Beautiful grounds and pool area with snack bar. Pond for fishing. Sites at top of hill are shaded with little to no view. Sites at bottom of campground are full sun but have great views of the Smokey Mountains! Great price for how close everything is. 15 minute drive to the strip. Loved our stay! Only improvements would be bathhouse and roads are starting to see their age with big potholes.
Beautifully kept campground. Tons of room to walk and play. Great swimming and fishing. Boating is huge here Bc there are docks all around the campground to pull up to. Playgrounds everywhere. Nice, new bathhouse on the island at the back of campground. Affordable place to stay a few nights. Believe it’s 21 for water and electric RV sites. Dump stations throughout park. I use the BIG one at the entrance/exit of park, nobody ever there 👌🏻. Rangers patrol this place every 30 minutes at least. Very safe place. Try and grab a spot that I marked on the map, you’ll have tons of shade and close access to all the good stuff!
Small campground. Close proximity. But beautiful views. Very nice owners. Everything you need. Primitive site. Water and electric only sites. Full hookup sites. Neat and clean. Good Sam and AAA campground gets you 10% off. Also receive military discount. Has laundry on site. $2 wash and $1 dry. Very affordable. 1 mile from the entrance to Badlands NP. Great place. Beautiful area of SD.
Stayed here for a night. Had a spacious site near the entrance of campground. They provide wood, $6 a bundle. Bathrooms were eh. Dump station on site. Potable water. Good campground. Nice trails on campground also! Would be lots of fun in the summer!
Stayed for 3 nights. Absolutely amazing place. Cozy, most sites have privacy, quiet (minus the air force base next door), easy access to beach. Bathrooms are nothing special. Big park. Nice entrance with dump stations, water, free air for tires. Store is big and normally has an awesome snack bar but Covid :/. Very close to all the sites and attractions of Virginia Beach. Would highly recommend. Stayed at site 194. 5 out of 5.
Stayed 1 night passing thru. Mike and vicki were friendly. Electric and water hookups. WiFi was great. Cable tv hookups, also. Dump station on site was convenient. Also, they had propane there, so I topped off. Beautiful campground. They’ve clearly been upgrading. Roads have fresh gravel. Sites are level and clean. Bathrooms are clean. Get a site on the river 👌🏻. Very close to Lake George activities and attractions.
Had site 151. Partially shaded, level, not far walk from potable water. Only electric. No water or sewer at my site. No problem though. Had some trails to hike on. Nothing spectacular but a great place to stay a night or 2. Very clean and well kept campground. Sites in “Paw Paw Loop” are much more desirable. Especially sites 143-154. Shaded, private, near potable water 👌🏻
It was foggy and cold when we arrived mid September. When the fog cleared there were amazing views across the street from the campground. Site are spaced out and nice. Short walk to the Inn and restaurant down the street and to trails.