Great place to stay for a month..Great monthly fee and owners r hard at work improving there little hidden gem by the hour. thanks RuthAnne...we will be back
Lady was nice when we checked in, but that's about all I can say nice about this place. It's in need of upgrading, at least asphalt drive and site areas. It rained off and on the whole time we were here and it wasn't even 24hrs and we kept sinking into the sand base of the site. There is a train very close too. Very little grass. Won't be staying here again.
We spent a nice evening here. It's very quiet and surrounded by trees and country pastures, even some horses in pastures. We got here early enough to request a nice shady spot under big trees. The owners are pleasant and helpful.it looks like they've purchased an old KOA camp so I hope they can make a go of it. it's just beyond the state park where there are also a lot of shady looking spots. Either place looked great to us but we wanted to give the new " kids" a chance . we like to encourage and support young people trying to make a living. We had full hookups for $20. This would be a good place to have bikes as it is flat and one could explore a bit.
The owners are putting effort into renovation. Sites ate level with space. Over air TV is good. WIFI works well. Verizon service is good. Owners friendly. This will be a nice place when renovations are done! About $28/nite with military discount.
Sure it is a tired place. It the 'new kid's is working hard on improvements. Sites are level most with gravel and many are shaded. New bathrooms ( breaking ground tomorrow) and all sites full hookup for 30. Yes there is a train... we counted three all before 9:00.. not real loud & probably the same thing at the state camp ground great showers with plenty of bot water. Good Verizon coverage too
The grounds are not well maintained, a little disappointed after reading other reviews. Would probably stay in the state park down the road if in this area again.
This park was recently taken over, about a month ago. Sites are level, $20 for electricity, water, and sewer, wifi. Grass is starting to grow. Management is friendly.
The lady that checked in was pleasant. The office looked like they were getting ready for a flea market. The campground was almost empty but clean. Level gravel spots. The showers and bathrooms were really run down with some toilets out of service. The train tracks are right next to the park with several trains going by. The place needs fixed up.
The appearance fron the road is deceiving. It is an older park but clean and well maintained. Showers were great. Laundry inexpensive. And at only $20 for water and electric we were very pleased. The owner was very friendly and helpful.
We were only here one night but staff was very cooperative. Very big rig friendly but shade trees were available. Very nice large pull thru spots. Lots of work has been done to improve the property & lots more scheduled.
A great work in progress. The new owner is working very hard to get it fixed back up. Very nice and helpful staff. Will definitely stay here again!
Ouch, Not what advertised...$48 per night. Looked ok but moved on . Hard to rate without staying.
A little pricey. We stayed here for a week. Owner is super nice and helpful. Went to Arches national park and Canyon Lands about a hour away. Would stay here again
Owner very helpful! Working hard to rebuild a neglected park. Several large pull through sites with new electric, water, and sewer hook ups. Easy access. Minimal landscaping. Good Sam's discount.
This is likely the worst campground I will ever see. It appears to be a field with a few roads and utility pedestals. They advertise wifi but it is marginal at best and we could not get connected. It is mostly dirt with a little gravel and if it rains, you could get stuck. We watched two RVs get stuck. My advice is just keep moving or go elsewhere.
We looked at this park in April of 2019. The only reason to stay here would be if NOTHING else was available. It is basically a dirt/gravel parking lot.with overgrown grass and weeds.
We came to see the sights in Moab and they were booked solid. We headed on down the road to Green River and saw this place on the RV Parky app. The owner bought this old rv park in January and is slowly bringing it back to life. The grass is a little overgrown but he was working on it when we left. We do not care for crowds so this place was perfect. Full hook ups and very nice owner. I would definitely stay here again. It is a nice half way point between several national and state parks.
See comments below. For local sites go to the museum on Main Street.
Not beautiful and needs work, but with our discount, we only paid $125 for a week! At that price, I felt we got what we paid for... full hook ups and decent location to sight see. Loved it! If the RV park itself is the destination, I would probably pay a little more to go somewhere else though. We ended up staying another 3 nights and were charged the same as for the previous week ($125) even though it was for 4 days less. I felt that was a bit high considering Green River State Park charges about that much, is just across the street, and seems to be well maintained and pretty... it actually could be the destination.