Central UtahThis area of southern Utah has a diversity of landscape like no other area in the state - red rock formations and canyons, pristine meadows, alpine forests, as well as lush green valleys. The Navajo Nation does observe daylight savings. Request a few more Visitor Guides, or to receive your guides by mail. Stand stranded at its center, struck by astounding simplicity. Everything is right if one enters from the opposite side of the pull through site.
The owners are on site and very helpful in providing a good camping experience. Also a mile from the turn to Goulding where there is a gas station. Walked into the restaurant wanting to have breakfast. Your name: Your email address: Friend's email s : Friend's email s Friend's email s Friend's email s Send yourself a copy: Copy Yourself on the Email Yes No, don't send yourself a copy No Subject: Body:. Thanksgiving Day - 8 a.
We only stayed for one night and it was the perfect place to relax then hit the road in the morning. Come and meet some of the best accommodating tour guides and experience an adventurous safari tour! Yes, they don't have bathrooms yet and that's probably a problem for tent campers. Rooster Butte, Setting Hen Butte, and Lady in a Tub. Step outside to experience a night sky like few have seen, awash in sparkling stars. This review is about 1 month overdue. Request a few more Visitor Guides, or to receive your guides by mail. Starting any business takes time to get it to the end result.
Team was great to deal with really recommend this park. The one review acknowledged the placement of the power posts. Very good location for visit to the Valley. The information, reviews and photos we have reviewed suggest that the campsites are dirt, gravel, rock or some form of material that is not grass or concrete. Just walking to and from the office with our mouths closed left sand in our teeth.
The view from our motorhome was spectacular. It changes especially at sunrise and sunset. No shade as yet because the trees are still very small and our site had a small plot of grass with the sod fairly new. See our full for details. Make your way to Gilbert, Arizona. The sites located furthest from the highway have nicer fire rings and a 10x15 space for grass - but the water doesn't work in some of the spaces so the grass is dead.
If I was in a camper I would strongly suggest staying here! A land filled with culture and monuments that reach up too 1,000 feet into the sky! It's new, clean and very quiet. Lots of dog poop not being picked up or maybe it's from the local dog that wanders the park and is very friendly. The wi-fi is non existent. We will never forget this opportunity and time. That's not the fault of the park. We couldn't keep count of the falling stars that we could see. We wouldn't want to stay anywhere but Halls Crossing when traveling to that part of Lake Powell.
This campground is about the only one in the valley with complete utilities so it draws lots of tent campers who rely on the bathrooms. The southeast corner of Utah looks about like it did 300 years ago, which looked like it did 3,000 years ago: vast, wild and sunbaked, with deep canyons and towering buttes variegating the desert plain. Most campers came out to take photographs which led to friendly chats and new friendships. Good for an overnight in a pinch. In a few years it could be spectacular! Central ArizonaPrescott is a destination that transcends the Arizona archetype. The geological history in the valley has left many stories of the Navajo ancestry and traditions that are still practiced today.
Step outside to experience a night sky like few have seen, awash in sparkling stars. It was pretty windy when we were there. We stood around and waited for about 5 minutes for one of them to acknowledge us and left. Be prepared to be fully exposed to the elements, as it will be years before the trees now planted will be effective. WiFi only worked near the main office. However, if you have your own rig you don't need their facilities.
Some folks were clearly not in the site assigned to them. I am giving this a 4 Star review as I stayed in a tent and the tent spots sit up against the highway leaving them vulnerable to the wind probably could have used a bit better planning. We also took another trip while we stayed here to Valley of the Gods. Enough to turn me off to going back, which I won't. We went in early September and the weather was great.
I believe they are working on the campground. WiFi only worked near the main office. Good power and water and good sewer hook up. There were four unisex bathrooms for the entire campground so folks had to wait a good while to get access to one. Everything is right if one enters from the opposite side of the pull through site. My other issue was the bathrooms. Be aware this region is far from medical staff so drive safe and be prepared.