It is right on the road so there is the sound of traffic through out the day. We got 26 channels over the air, however, large trucks cause the picture to go out as they pass. Spaces are tight and gravel however all sights are covered by large shade trees. There is 1 camping cabin set in the corner. The hotel is small and includes the post office for the city. Access to jeep and OHV trails are all around. OHVs are allowed on the sholders of roads and are a way of life for the locals. There are probably 300 miles of trails that can take you to Kanab, Corel Pink Sands, and Dixie National Forest. Get the trail map and info in Kanab visitor center.
We were able to get two nights abutting a weekend. Nice peope and no complaints. Clean, small and simple. Good WIFI as mentioned and clean rest rooms w/shower. Great view. Easily fit our 30ft class A and towd.
It can be nearly impossible to get a campsite at Zion so we decided to pull in to Mt Carmel motel and RV. It was definitely the right decision. The staff was very nice, the restrooms very clean and the wifi much better than most parks. Spots are shaded but close together. Luckily there is relatively low traffic so you might not share the place with anyone! Some road noise but over all a great place to stay. About 20 miles to the heart of Zion.
We stayed here for one night. While the bathrooms are small they were very clean. The Wi-Fi was good and there wasn't that much road noise. The staff was all very pleasant. I would recommend the site.
Very clean campground but it costs $27 not $20
Its noisey very close to 89. Bathrooms were outdated but clean. Sites are very very tight, shade trees are nice but hard to maneuver. Plus side close to Zion and its nicer than other ones down the road...