RV Park Rating – Crazy Horse RV Park (Kanab, UT)
Well, with a bit of technological magic we’ve managed to find a signal here in Red Canyon thanks to our trusty Verizon Wireless card (our AT&T cellphones have not a single bar…no surprise there). This gives me the chance to shoot off the latest RV Park Review before we move on. So, here we go….
These guys don’t have an official website, but you can see info & other RV reviews HERE
- Site quality = 2/5
These sites are a little run-down and only offer 30 Amp hook-ups. There’s a variety of sizes and shapes, all dirt. Each site does have an old bench and basic grill, plus there are options for shade, but definitely nothing on the fancy side here.
- Facilities = 3/5
The bathrooms here are definitely on the older side, but water pressure and hot water are all good, and they’re kept clean. The biggest downside is if you’re in the shower, and somebody else flushes the toilet, you’re gonna feel it.
- Amenities = 2.5/5
There’s not much in the way of extra’s here. There’s a pool, but apparently never any water in it. There’s an older playground, plus a game-room and laundry in the main check-in. The big plus is WiFi is free and it works perfectly. Just don’t plan on a swimming vacation.
- Location = 4/5
The biggest positive of this park is location. It’s wonderfully situated at the bottom of the red mesa hills in Kanab (there’s a short 10-min walk to get to the trails), and you can get all the glory of red rock beauty right out of your RV window. Town is right next-door too.
- Pet friendliness = 4/5
This is a pet-friendly park with no restrictions on breed or size. Lots of people with doggies here, especially given how close we are to Dog Town. Plenty of space to walk your doggie in the hills next door. The owners and other RV’ers are all super-pet-positive..
Overall rating = 3.1
BONUS ALERT: Gorgeous red mesa rocks right at your doorstep
Summary: We’d read from several online reviews before we arrived that this was a bit of a run-down park, but otherwise not too bad. I think that sums it up perfectly. The owners are very friendly and obviously trying to improve things, but most of the park is quite dated including the facilities, playground and sites. The big bonus is the location is awesome and the view out your window can’t be beat. It’s also quite a bit cheaper than the other parks in town ($25 per night, $160 for the week) so if you’re looking for a laid-back place with good location and are not too fussy about how it looks this is a good bet.SPONSORED LINK:
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