Ideal to stay thanks to its location. Only restrooms though, no showers.
National parks are usually not that expensive, however this one is. Cost 30.00 per night unless you are a senior. It does not have any electric or water. However the sites are first come so get there early. It does fill up
Was here in May. Sites are small but easy to get in to. As a foreigner in. 25' RV I could easily get the rig in driving in the right (wrong) side of the road. Rangers were friendly. Location is awesome for walks. First in best dressed but I'm not sure it even filled up for the night even though it was busy season. Everyone thinking that they wouldn't get a spot meant this no one turned up? Would Recommend
We were there for 1 night with our 25 ft RV. There was enough room. And nice and quiet, and squirrels at the site.When you arrive, you find a spot yourself and put the money in an envelope. There is a camp-host. There are toilets, but no shower. It is only a 10min walk from the canyon; great if you want to get up early for the sunrise! There is also a smal, but expensive store.
Right inside the park, get a site early in day. Need cash or check for iron ranger drop box. Some evening dark sky star gazing events start in campground amphitheater. Sites larger than others, Loop A best for big rig.
To be honest it s overpriced at 30$ a night for basically parking. The sites are covered in Three feet of snow, the fire pit the picnic tables etc. Access into our site with our 24 ft trailer was a bit sketchy with thick tree branches and sharp plowed angle. No hook ups. People used the main parking lot for free, with easier access so... The majority of the park was closed off. Two areas were open and FILLED with tour buses. Selfie sticks everywhere! View for viewpoint was nice but again, jostling to get past all the tourists and selfie sticks. I wouldn t go back. Keep going enroute to Escalante Petrified Forest State Park! Or Zion in other direction. Hard pass.
Showers and laundry available at the General Store, close to the campground. No hookup on sites, but dump station and water tank fill available. Loop A is for bigger RVs, as well as B. Loops C-D are for tents. You can fill containers of water in the loops though.