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.
This parks website says you can get TV with antenna but you cant. They also did not tell us up front about their cancellation policy. Admitted they should have but refused to give e us a refund. This park is for 1 day stay as you cant us your tv. I would never stay here again. Employees are rude
We cannot rate on the restroom since we didn't use it, nor of the facilities. We did love this little park. Each spot had its own grassy area which made it comfortable with our small dogs. We would definitely recommend this park.
For us, this was just a one night pit-stop on our way South the day after Christmas. We just needed a simple place to park it for the night not have to unhook the car and just use electric service. It met our needs for that purpose. We arrived after hours but had called ahead to let them know and our package was on the door. It was dark but I believe there were only 3-4 spaces occupied. The restrooms are dated but clean. It seemed odd that there was only one toilet in the men's room. What we were struck by were all the rules and posted signs. We're responsible dog owners. We were surprised to see so many signs and rules about dogs. They must have had some serious issues with bad dog owners. A sign posted in the toilet stall to not "stuff" your dirty toilet paper behind the toilet or on the floor. Really? Enough of a problem that a sign needs to be posted? Gross. While we didn't actually meet or run into anyone during our brief stay, with all the rules and posted signs, it did not feel very welcoming. It made us feel like we shouldn't touch anything. I'm sure the people are very nice but be aware of the messaging to those of us who come and go after hours the impression we get and the effect that has on whether we'll return on our next trip through.
This was my second and very likely last time staying at this facility. The first time I stayed, the park was undergoing renovation so I excused them the lackluster sites and wet floors in the bathroom. The power and water worked and the toilet facilities were clean enough. This trip, the renovations were finished but the improvements were only in the green areas next to the sites. The sites are still not overly level and I had to make a lot of adjustments to get my rig righted.
The place that needs the most renovation is the staff. The woman working the desk on check-in looked bored and she placed us in a site with no picnic table. I could understand this if the park was full but it was over half empty with multiple tabled sites remaining empty during our entire visit. She did make sure to let us know that if we dragged a table from one of the vacant sites, we'd get billed $50. I can't help but wonder if they treat all Good Sam members like this because they feel obligated to give us a discount.
Friendly staff. Clean restrooms/showers, though a bit older. Showers are free and always available (code to get in). No traffic noise. Good wifi. Reservations may be necessary during summer, we had them and it looked like the place was full next morning. It's not right by the interstate, which is good, no traffic noise, but it is not that far from it either. Getting in and out of the park was no problem.
Spaces were short (about 30') but pull thru. Full hookups. Level sites. Per the manager the park will be undergoing renovation in the very near future with limited availability. On back side of RV park is a trailer park. About two miles to downtown with grocery, post office and other services. Sharp u-turn from main road to access road to park entrance. Easy drive to Cedar Breaks National Monument but be prepared for 30-40 degree temperature drop. North exit from monument has very steep grades and sharp turns.
We have a 37 foot motorhome and had no problems getting in or out of the park. The lot we were assigned was rock and gravel and somewhat leveled. We were lucky because other lots we saw did not looked as leveled as ours. There are several long term residences in the park, and we were parked next to one of them. They were friendly, but they were using the picnic table assigned to our lot, which meant we did not have that benefit. The toilets and showers were older and not the best. But, it was kept clean daily. The park was a perfect base to catch the Cedar Breaks Monument and Brian Head and other sights in the area. I understand the RV Park is under new management. You can see the effort, but there is still a lot more to be done. For the price we paid, we expected a little better.
The staff at Cedar Breaks were very friendly, helpful, and accommodating. They came by to make sure everything was ok when we were getting set up and recommended a great diner for dinner. The restrooms and grounds were clean and well maintained. I would stay there again and will recommend the park to friends.
Disappointed. Very noisy. Garbage scattered about, even an old broom laying by the building. There was a broken lawn chair left in the space we were given. Smokers throwing cigarette butts all over. The spaces were well defined and water, electricity and sewers easily accessible. Too bad so poorly cared for.
We are a very easy going couple. We do not need anything fancy! This park was perfect. We were greeted right away and promptly shown our spot. It had a picnic table with grass and a tree which our two dogs appreciated. We love that there is a enclosed dog run area for our pups to get off leash. We traveled with a German Shepherd and they had no problem with that. Lots of other parks have our dog on a restricted breed list :-( The park was quiet and it is going through lots of improvements with the new owners. Good Sam rate was $45 a night :-) Cant beat that for a weekend getaway!
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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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