At first, we couldn't even see where the rv spaces were. We had to drive around twice to find the few tiny rv spots on a tiny strip of gravel, along the tiny parking lot on the right hand side of the Best Western. There was only one spot left, and we had reservations, so we pulled into it, since there was nowhere else to park. It barely fit us (they never asked our length) and it was the longest spot. There was a trailer next door with a HUGE dog that barked non-stop whenever we got out of the rv. We were right next to two construction machines (I mean ten FEET away) and right on a busy street. We stayed all of sixty seconds before we decided to leave. The good: They canceled the reservation without charging us. Also, if you stay, you get to use the hotel amenities. There is water and electricity, but no sewer. They were only 39 dollars, and didn't ask us about our kids or want to charge extra for them. So if your rig isn't too big (we were 32 feet with a 12 foot trailer) and you don't mind a lot of noise and hustle and bustle, and just want a cheap stay, you might like it. That's why I gave it 3 stars. But for us, we'll never want to stay here.
I don't know what the definition of an RV park is, but it is indeed a park where you have full hook-ups as any other place has. The claim a reviewer makes claiming "there are no bathrooms, showers, sewer, dump station and there is construction underway a few yards away."is completely misleading. Full hookups includes a dump at each site. As for public showers and restrooms, who cares? That's what you do in your RV I was just there two weeks ago for my second time and saw no construction a "few yards" away. Also, check-in and check-out is done at the Best Western desk as well as making your reservations on the phone. So, so much for not being Best Western. And the access to the pool, spa, etc are not across the street as claimed. they are east of the sites in the motel area less than 50 yards away. Is it pricy? Yes. But to keep things in perspective, KOA, in a very inconvenient industrial area on the north end is $8.00 more per night. Nothing is cheap any more, and Cedar City is a hub for all kinds of neat activities. The set-back from 200 North is enough to keep noises at bay. Noisy neighbors cannot be blamed on any park, just the person next to you. If you want resort style RV parks, you are going to pay premium prices. This is not that kind of place. Good for one or two nights tops. It's a stopover point and nothing more.
The RV sites are tight but there was plenty of room to park my 40 ft RV with four slides and we kept the truck attached. I loved the location, right in downtown Cedar City, and you get to use everything the motel has to offer. It is a great place to stay while in Cedar a City.