|In Season||Mar 1 - Oct 31, 2015||$35.00 - $70.00|
|Daily||$50.00 - $68.00|
Ladies at front desk, more concerned about themselves, didn't even acknowledge us until we were at the counter for some time. Unconcerned about us. Would not stay here again, it's all about customer service , worst we have seen at a KOA, parking guy was great though.
At this time, they are building out maybe 30 new spaces and initially put us in one of them. You don't want these as first choice; the trees are seedlings so no shade, it is close to highway and noisy, up on a plain that gets windy and dusty, and bathrooms are not complete. We requested to move, picked our own spot on the North side, which was available by the way, and had a wonderful stay near the restrooms, pool, store, and in shade. Store is well stocked, staff is friendly, facilities are clean, and views are fantastic!
Wi-Fi was not very good. But the toilets and showers are nice. The people were very nice there to us and help us well. All in all its good. You can go there.
This is the closest KOA to Arches and Canyonlands national parks as well as Dead Horse Point State Park. Tour and adventure operators will pick you up at the campground and then bring you home. There are so many choices: Jeep excursions, ATV tours, whitewater rafting, horseback rides, canoe and bicycle rentals, rock climbing, hot-air ballooning, sky diving and more. Mountain bike on the legendary Slickrock Bike Trail or take a scenic drive on Route 128. Treat yourself to the famous sound and light show in an open-air tour boat on the Colorado River, complete with a Dutch-oven dinner. By day, take an exhilarating jet boat tour down the Colorado River or hike one of the many incredible trails that offer such great rewards. After a day of fun, take a dip in the campground's sparkling pool, enjoy the magnificent red rock views from your campsite or play a game of mini golf.