This was a really nice place to stay - very clean around the park and in the restrooms and laundry, the sites are fairly roomy with some shade, nice pool, friendly owner and hosts. We spent three very pleasant nights here. Kanab is about an hour from the Zion visitors center along the very scenic east entrance to the park. Kanab has a nice outfitters store, grocery stores, and adventure tour companies. There is also a small mountain bike trail that was beautiful.
This campground was exceptionally clean and a great place to stay. The staff was very nice, the sites are level and wide enough to feel comfortable. The children enjoyed the pool and we took advantage of dinner available on site. Very positive experience!
Decent reviews brought us here for a single night on a trip across Route 66. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park itself looks a bit dated and appears to have been built on the remnant of an old neighborhood or mobile home park - this means a lot of concrete and not much vegetation or natural beauty. The children enjoyed the pool and we enjoyed ample water pressure at each site though - it met our needs for sure, but just wasn’t a 5 star stop.
Our goal was to visit Ree Drummond’s businesses in Pawhuska and the Settle Inn RV Park was the perfect spot for an overnight. The campground manager (owner?) was very pleasant and worked with us over several months when we requested reservations almost 8 months in advance. The setting is beautiful, and the atmosphere is very laid back. The price for a full hook up site is also very, very reasonable. One caution, the sites are pretty narrow with some overhanging trees on the corners - we pulled two fifth wheels into two sites and both were within inches of the trees and the edges of each roof while pulling into the sites.
This was a nice KOA campground for our single overnight. Many activities available right at the campground - plus a nice pool and good size sites with plenty of shade. Eureka is a nice town with everything you’ll need as far as food and supplies. Six Flags close by, but travel time to St. Louis was a little more than we anticipated (this wouldn’t be my first choice if the Arch and riverfront are primary destinations).
Beautiful spot for our single overnight. Staff were great; friendly and helpful. Park was well kept, with lots of green around RV and tent sites. Nice pool, dog park, store, and even a stream system that wanders through the park (no swimming in the stream). Also close to Starved Rock State Park for some neat scenery and hiking. The only downside side is that some of the RV sites are a little close together - didn’t impact our stay though. Two thumbs up! :)