ZION, BRYCE AND MORE! Located in the heart of St. George & convenient to everything! Stay with us while seeing Zion, Bryce & more. With a friendly staff, best wireless internet & most amenities of any RV Resort in Utah, you will love it here!
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.
We stayed in our 30Ft 5th wheel for 1 week while visiting the area. On arrival, we were checked in quickly and escorted to site #42 and she assisted with backing in. We were given a cable box which worked great all week! The wifi was also very good. Always had a strong signal even when the park was full! The sites are gravel with a cement patio and small palm tree. Gravel on other side of patio for parking. Very roomy! Did not use the pool or restrooms. Laundry room was clean and had a machine for quarters and 1 for laundry soap. Park was very well located and easy to get to I-15.
Would definitely recommend!
This was a nice RV Resort, the staff was friendly. I was disappointed in our site as it seemed to be in an overflow area. We asked for a pull through for a 26 ft rv and towing a Toyota Yaris and the site we were given did not comply as our car did not fit. The water hookup was nasty as there was standing water that made us gag trying to hook up our water hose.
The grounds are austere, even the few palm trees are in need of trimming or removal. Not an ounce of shade anywhere. the restrooms are very outdated, don't feel or look clean due to age. The women's restroom always had a puddle of water in front of the sink area, creating a slip hazzard. I reported to office and saw a puddle every time I used the restrooms. I think it is caused by the swimmers from pool, but never-the-less, very dangerous.
The staff are very friendly. Good for a short stay, but I wouldn't want to stay longer. They do have a large section of permanent park modles and appear to have lots of activities for snow birds.
We stayed here while visiting Zion and Bryce. St. George is a nice town, but you are one hour from Zion and two hours from Bryce. If you plan to come during the week before Easter, book early. The park has paved roads with each site being gravel with a small concrete pad with picnic table. The amenities are OK with a small pool and hot tub, decent showers, large laundry room and a small work out room. The price was reasonable and the staff nice.
The giveaway that this facility needs maintenance was faded entrance sign with a letter missing. The staff was very friendly (hence the 2 stars), but facility is very dated. Part of the men's room was out of order, and the women's restroom had a noticeable sewage smell.
We stayed here for 2 nights and perhaps that is why we got assigned to Site 29 (even though there were plenty of other sites open). Our site backed up to the dumpster, the concrete slab was in pieces, there was a piece of plywood on the site to cover a hole in the dirt. The site was not designed for a big rig and we could not back in. Luckily the person across the street told us to just drive thru the open lot and pull in. Did not use the pool facility or restrooms and probably would not stay here again.
We called a day ahead to reserve an overnight site for our travel trailer and were told the campground was fully booked, but that they had sites available for situations such as this. We were assigned a site near the pool that had all hookups except for sewer. We gave them our credit card number and were assigned a confirmation number. When we arrived the next day, on time, we were told they had moved us and that we were given another site location. The "new" site we were assigned had to be the worst campsite we have ever stayed in in over 20 years of camping. It was adjacent to their junk heap, consisting of piles of fiberglass insulation, broken oily machinery, broken glass, and smelled of weed spray. We were not given a reason for having been assigned an alternative site nor were we given a discount. It was "take it or leave it". Shameful.
We stayed here starting Dec 2015 for approximately 4 months. The staff was extremely helpful when checking in, and gave us an escort to our site. With the off season crowd, we were able to make a back in a pull thru. Good thing as the spots are not designed for larger rigs.
Very close to shopping (K Mart across street, Smith's and Walgreens within 1.5 miles, Camping World as well as 2 other rv places within 1/2 mile). One very interesting thing is a rent a space garage just down the street. I didn't use it, but it looked like it was a neat set up. Easy access off I 15, use exit 6, turn at the Black Bear diner.
Sadly, the one thing that lets this campground down is it was designed before larger rigs were common. The roads are about standard width (maybe 18 feet wide) and it can be a challenge to back in. Cable tv, water, sewer, and electric is at non-overflow spaces. We used a satellite dish and had no issues finding the satellite.
We stayed in a 37 foot fiver, and would stay if in the area again.
This RV park is super clean, has lots of rules (so others don't offend you) and has excellent customer service, very clean facilities, nice sites, great neighbors, level easy to enter sites, and is close in. Oh and a great dog walking area. We are seniors and love the pool, close proximity to restaurants and attractions and quiet atmosphere.
We have been retirded for 5 years now, and have traveled most the west, including parts of Canada. Temple View is one of our favorite! The staff is First Class!!! We use this as our winter getaway. They store our trailer and move it onsite and return it to storage when we leave for a small charge. This saves the cost of taking the truck and saves the cost of fuel. We spend about a week a month there Oct through May. Clean - Convenient - Super Friendly! Well worth making it part of your trip!
Called to book a space while on the road. A friendly voice said that it was okay to be a late arrival; our packet would be waiting for us at the front door. Everything was waiting for us as promised! Site was clean, and park was peaceful. We woke early to leave, but will definitely consider staying again when we are in the area!
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