It was very windy! Our tents kept trying to fly away. We were a little further from the beach because my Toyota Camry could not get through the sand since closer to the beach it was deep sand. Overall not bad. Beautiful views. It was very hot in the morning and my friend and I would wake up sweating so be prepared for that! They have a cold shower to get sand off but at the resort which is very close they have 15 minute showers for $2. No cell service really and no WiFi available except for at the resort. It was the cheapest in the area though at $14 a night!
The road you take is Sheep Bridge Rd, I believe. It’s next to a cute subdivision and down the road from Fort Zion (cute novelties and gifts). You just keep driving to the back and eventually you will see signs that say camp sights are there. It wasn’t super busy when we stay and the camp sites have established fire pits. The view was absolutely incredible and we were pretty much left alone. Close to La Verkin if you need supplies.
My friend and I stayed just off Forest Service Road 302. If you go down that road there are smaller roads leading off that lead to campsites with established fire pits. It’s awesome because it’s free. No other amenities besides the fire pit but you are pretty close to Tusayan if you need food or gas! Plus it’s very close to the Grand Canyon making for an easy trip to the park! We had a car and two tents but there were other people with RV’s! It was cold so pack some blankets! The bad part is we were woken up every so often by cars coming down that road, or sirens or things like that because the road is very close to the highway. It was hard to sleep because of the lights and sounds. Maybe if you venture further back, farther from the road it would be okay.
Tried to camp at this one. With all of the directions I saw on the website and everything we didn’t find this exact campground. Although, when the coordinates led (or where google maps took us) was pretty. It was just one little area with a fire pit that seemed to be all on its own. Some cars went by on the road beside us that went further into the forest but we felt we were at the perfect spot. Little traffic and the stars were absolutely beautiful!
Enjoyed the site! They had RV, cabins and tent camp sites. My friend and I are tent campers and there was more than enough space for the vehicle and both our tents. They have showers (limited to 5 mins but better than nothing!), they have a dishwashing stations and two bathhouses. The lady at the front desk was helpful and extremely nice. There is a store really close by also! They have charcoal grills at the tent sites and one communal fire pit. We paid about $20. Would absolutely go back again! The sad part is the museum is closed due to lack of funding 😭