cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
I was impressed as soon as I walked into the office and met the friendly staff. Really large RV spaces. Bathrooms are spotless, and they have multiple wi-fi transmitters that work. Ruby’s has everything you need including great restaurants. This is the finest park And definitely a 5 star camp.
Very nice campground. The front part is older and has nice trees and is more park like. Because of our length and size we staying in the new part out back that is not shaded. Lots of room for big rigs. Gravel with grass parking. Friendly and helpful greeting. Clean and quite camping. Only mile away from the entrance to Bryce Canyon Park.
It is a nice RV park and about 1/2 mile from the entrance to Bryce National park . Shuttles run all day lone from Ruby's through the park. We found the camping sites very close together and it felt like they were trying to use every inch of space. Over the weekend when campers would burn fires, we were very concerned that our 5th wheel might be damaged. Just too close to each other. It is rather disorganized with the design or the RV land tent camping sites and they are difficult to find. The 2 things that annoyed me the most were that there was no enclosed dog park and no exit signs until you got to the exit of the campground, It is easy to get lost. Ruby's has a very nice, but expensive, general store, and restaurant. The food is good and we did eat at the buffet several times. There are also motel rooms and the place is very big and always very busy. It was not the nicest park we have stayed in but will return with another visit to the area.
Wonderful campground, especially the new area. Incredibly large sites, well-stocked store, shuttle bus stop. everything you could ask for. Would definitely stay here again. Have already recommended Ruby's to several people headed that way.
The facility looked very nice. Friendly staff and an onsite grocery store. Close to Bryce Canyon with free shuttles. Across the street, the is an RV/vehicle car wash. Unfortunately, our site was full of large puddles of water due to rains. So, I rated the facility high, but I would have rated our site with one star if that was an option. Our site was at the back of the park on uneven gravel. Other sites closer to the highway/check in area looked very nice. Internet was non-existent.
Best place to stay in Bryce because it is the closest campground to Bryce Canyon. It was so convenient to stay there because the shuttle to Bryce Canyon was located in the front. The campground was Clean and the bathroom was super clean. My only complaint is I wished I had the space that had grass, my space was all dirt. My only complaint was rude campers kids that kept walking through our site and peeking at windows and the parents didn't do a darn thing.
Inefficient and congested vehicle parking at arrival for check-in. They need to dedicate RV lane pull through slots like at roadside parks at Ruby's campground entrance. Not enough showers. You will probably wait a few minutes to get one. Internet connectivity was extremely slow, worse than old days dial-up if you can remember that. Could not even get www.google.com to load. Gave up. They claim that if everyone is on the network at one time, it gets slow. I called the office and they said that they could reboot the router. But the problem is bandwidth. For the quality of this resort, I am shocked that they cannot afford high speed internet to accommodate everyone. FWIW, I am a computer technician and I was not trying to stream any videos. Like I said, could not get ANYTHING to pull up. Tried all 3 of their routers. The restroom cleaning crew came through a couple of times per day and they could stand to double their cleaning frequency. Lots of trashy campers leaving paper all over the floor etc. and I was the next day until all of that disappeared. That is how I deduced the frequency of cleaning.
Smallish gravel sites some with mature trees for shade. Some sites cannot be leveled with blocks alone. Great showers and laundry room (lots of washers/dryers). Dog walk area and good Wifi. Free shuttle to area attractions.
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Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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