- Site quality = 5/5
It really doesn’t get any better than this. The sites are huge, many large enough to park two 45-foot RV’s next to each other (or RV, boat and car in one site). Also, there’s plenty of space between sites with 15-30 feet separation, so you have your own little sanctuary. Each spot is a nice concrete slab with a side-attachment of bench, grill and fire-pit. Full hook-ups with 50 Amp and good water pressure.
- Facilities = 3/5
Bathrooms are clean, simple and well-kept. However this place gets a ding because showers are only available at the Registration Center and they’re *Paid*. So, it’s $2 every time you need a clean-up. Not an issue for a self-contained vehicle like us, but could be a pain for those without built-in showers.
- Amenities = 2/5
There’s really not much in the way of extra’s at this park. The WiFi is free and works well, but aside from that no other perks. Also, the laundry room is small (only a few machines) and usually really crowded. Now, you’ve got Lake Powell within walking distance so there’s plenty to keep the adults, kids and doggies happy, but just nothing much extra on-site.
- Location = 5/5
Again, it doesn’t get any better than this. You’re literally within walking distance (one mile or so) from Lake Powell. Most of the sites have a view and the surroundings are gorgeous. You’re close to Navajo Nation, Horseshoe Bend and all kinds of other attractions. If you need a margarita or some groceries, Page is just 15 mins away.
- Pet friendliness = 4/5
This is a pet-friendly park, and the lake is an extra bonus for the doggies.
Overall rating = 3.8
BONUS ALERT: Gorgeous Lake Powell within walking distance from your RV
Summary: This is without doubt the most beautiful park we’ve stayed at so far in our trip. As far as site location and access to outdoor activities it ranks top 10. Our site was huge, the view was fabulous, the Lake gorgeous and plenty of space to walk the dog. The only dings (ratings-wise) are for showers and amenities. For us, neither of these matter much so we absolutely loved it and would gladly have stayed a month. For those looking for the best views and the largest sites I recommend C Loop back-in’s. They’re actually larger than the pull-throughs and can easily accommodate the biggest rigs. Two thumbs and four paws up for this RV park. We’ll definitely be back!
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