David B.
Carmichael, CA
Joined June 2018
Great RV Park

The sites were clean and well-maintained. Group fire pit only and fires of course we're not allowed with the high winds. There is a pool, however it is extremely small and with even four or five people in it it feels crowded. There is a really neat water pad for the kids. This is a great location to Arches and easy drive to get to. Cable came in well and there was good phone and internet service. The laundry rooms were a little bit small so try not to get in while everybody else is doing their laundry. There is an ATM, propane, and general store on site as well as a gas station. if you are into ATV vehicles this is a site for you. Immediate trails from the campground. Would definitely return on our next trip to Utah. they also offer Cottage and Deluxe cabins on site. There are also tent sites as well as RV's.

Great price

We only stayed here one night, it was just a half way stopping point for us going into Utah. What they consider to be a pool was extremely small. The pool and the jacuzzi were about the same size, however you do have full access to the Hilton next door. The Wi-Fi and the phone service here worked great. There are no fire pits and no fires are allowed. the park was extremely clean and well-maintained. And at the casino just down the street on a Friday night they had all-you-can-eat prime rib. very affordable prices. Would definitely return.

Great location. New park name Hi-Ground.

Four stars only because of the complete lack of Wi-Fi as promised in the campgrounds. If you went into the Hut with the laundry room, showers and game room service was perfect. Site is a little rustic with power and full sewer hookups. At&t phone service pretty non existent. Could however use Wi Fi calling in the hut. Some of the RV sites were very difficult to get into with a larger rig. There is a pizza place and store across the street. However if you're looking for good pizza this is not the place to go. The location could not be beat. It is a half a mile to the entrance of Zion Park and 12 miles from The Visitor Center where you catch the buses to explore the park. Hiking here is absolutely amazing. if you go in the summer just be sure to start the heights early because it does get hot, and bring plenty of water. Fire pits in each site.

One of our favorites!

Easy drive. Quarter showers. Fishing, kayaking, swimming. The only reason not 5 stars is dogs are not permitted in the water. We have to find a dog sitter for our chocolate lab when we visit because it is pure torture for him to not be allowed to swim and play fetch in the lake. At&t phone service works well in most camp sites.