Quiet campground. Some are open areas backed up to woods. All have fire pits and picnick tables (some were brand new).
Flat grassy areas for your tent. Hiking trail along the stream. Saw a Bald Eagle on day 1. Unfortunately there was no fire wood for sale as were there prior to April 1st when the camp host is there. I would stay here again. Short distance to Cherry Springs area.
RV's & Tents. Hosts were awesome and helpful. Firewood available on site for purchase. Vault toilets but kept clean. Campsites were nice and space apart. Fire rings and very nice picnic tables. About 50 miles from North Rim of Grand Canyon.
Camped here. Basic campground with vault toilets. Campsites have fire rings and picnic tables. Waterfall and hiking paths nearby. Great views of the Tetons. Lots of mosquitos in the summer.
Nice alternative to Cherry Springs. Campgrounds are well maintained. Clean bathrooms with toilets, sinks and shower.
We camped at site #26. Maybe had to walk in about 50ft. to campsite. Has fire rings and picnic table.
By far, this has got to be the absolute best for BLM camping. Many, many campsites. You are secluded and you are very far apart from others. The scenery is great and awesome views of the sunset. This is a definate go to.
Did not camp here, campground was full. Drove through and looked though. Just as nice as the North Campground although no trails start out of here.
Large campsite area with 101 campsites. I believe loop A is for RV's only? There are loops B,C & D for tents. Campsites are spacious and you do not feel like your neighbors are right up against you. I would absolutely camp here again. Trails are nearby. Flush toilets, potable water, picnic tables and fire rings.
This campround is mostly for RV's but there are 6 tent sites, 3 of which sit close to the main road. The bathrooms have flush toilets, sinks and showers. They are well maintained and very clean. Tent campsites have fire rings.
Each campsite is equipped with shelter. We camped at site #1 which was a little tucked back. Camp sites have fire rings and grills. Also spigot water. Bathrooms with showers, sinks and flush toilets although some were inoperable at the time. No soap, no paper towels or air dryers. No Ventilation in the bathroom areas whatsoever. Otherwise very nice.
This is in a great location. There are (approximately) 20 RV sites and 50 camp sites. Located before Zion park entrance.
Camps have fire rings, some have picnic benches. Facility has flush toilets, showers and washers/dryers.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was that the showers were not so clean. Toilets and drinks were.
Also, they have wi-fi available.