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Date of Stay:
September, 2018 -
The scenery at this park is beautiful. The trees are lovely. However, our site was barely level. There was a site across from ours with chickens in a pen - weird. There were 3 geese and 4 ducks wandering around the park that left excrement all over our site - and others, we heard. That situation drew flies. Ugh. Our electric went off and on a few times one night; the office blamed it on another camper but said an electrician would be out in 2 weeks to look at it. The sewer had no cap and was higher than our rig so dumping was difficult. The showers were ok, but could use new shower curtains. No Verizon service and wifi only worked very late at night or very early in the morning. We knew this before we came, though. My husband and I have been full timing over a year and this is the worst park we have stayed in. We camped at Bryce Zion Campground in a Motorhome.
30 minutes from entrance to Zion National Park. Yea!
Date of Stay:
May, 2018 -
This is a small, quiet family owned park. The sites are long, a little narrow and level. There are lots of tall trees which makes it really pretty, but not helpful for the satellite. They charge extra for a DirecTV box so we didn't watch TV. The wifi was so good we downloaded from Netflix. Only got cell service at the office. The staff is excellent! It's a good 30 minute drive to the National Park, but the staff gives you a map of lots of other nature trails and places to visit which was awesome! They do charge for a fire ring and firewood. Our firewood was wet, so we were disappointed there. The staff put on a cute Memorial Day celebration which was fun. There is no laundry at the campground but a laundromat and a very small grocery store in Prospect (not much of a town there) so come prepared. We really enjoyed our stay. We camped at Crater Lake RV Park (AKA Prospect RV Park) in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
April, 2018 -
This park is a hidden gem! Rather small, includes cabins and tent sites. River runs right along park. Beautiful scenery. Our site was a pull in that looked over the river. Pool is nice but cold right now. Laundry room needs some attention. Camp hosts are great - personable and committed to making our stay pleasant. They are working hard to bring this campground back to life. We camped at Sequoia Campground & Lodge (formerly Kaweah Park Resort) in a Motorhome.
Haven't updated the entrance sign yet. We missed the entrance and had to pull in across the street to turn around. Very close to National Park entrance. A few restaurants and small market close by.