There are not that many RV parks left in the neighborhood of Los Angeles. All to the rising ground price. This park is one of those that is open for you and will take you into Hollywood in a 20 minute drive.
It is basically a lane with some places left and right. So not that big. There are enough trees for shadow. Quite a lot of places seem to be taken by persons staying for a longer period (to avoid the idiot house prices in LA). We stood in the far back backwards in. There are no hugh places, so do call up front to make a reservation.
The restrooms are very clean and seemed to be tieled recently.
Office personel is very nice and gave a helping hand in lots of areas.
We had no issue with it, but the park is close to the Van Nuys airport so there can be lot of helicopters and little airplanes in the air.
Not much to see, in walking distance, of the park.
I think that it is save enough for children however I didn't see any playground.
At this moment in the year the camp is flooded with Canadians (as the temperature is mild and we are nearing spring break). We were lucky to get a spot although it is in the back of the park. Normally a quieter spot in the back, but now it is next to a bus stop at the end of their route. The buses tend to leave the motor running so the airco keeps the bus cool (anoying sound). There is also Boulder Highway that makes noise. However we understand that coming to Las Vegas is not going to a place of silence.
The restrooms are not up to date anymore. Two years ago they looked a little better, but apparently nothing has been done to keep it clean looking.
I've not used the pool, but the children that were in it, seemed to enjoy themselves.
Employees at the desk are friendly. Not all places have a lot of space. There is a small area to unleash your dog. A walk to Sam's casino is no problem (it has also cinema and food shops).
The wifi is not stable (maybe because of our place at the back of the campground).
Getting to this place is no problem and easy to find.
Paid $82 for 3 nights so roughly $27 a night, which is value for the money.
We camped here during a weekend (no reservation made, but a last spot was available). Very busy with families that had brought either there cross motor or off road car. It seems to be very easy to go off road here. Moab is growing (we stayed at another campground two years ago) and noticed that there are more campgrounds. Desk personell was very friendly and helpfull. A lot of the facilities looked new. After about 9pm the camp grew quiet only cars on the closeby highway could be heard.
Have not checked the restrooms (hence less stars). Eating is in town which is approx 10 minutes drive.
Nice place to stay after a visit to Arches national park.
We did receive 10% discount as we rent from Road Bear.
The first position is the motel which is on the west side of the highway. This motel looks very nich. However the designer nor the projectmanager of the motel seem to be involved with raising the RV Park. I could not find the restrooms, the layout was unclear. When booking was made, I didn't reserve upfront, no layout of the park was given nor a number of the place to put the camper.
Only the next day, with daylight, I found out there is a tunnel from one side to the other site of the highway (positive point). Dogs were unleashed, but kept at a large distance.
No special discount on motel breakfast or something like that was given to us. It is convenient as a campground to go to the Grand Canyon. In March we noticed that when leaving at 9:30 there were hardly any visitors driving in from the east side.
I could not find a tv cabel connection (although I didn't find the need to view anything).
Pull thru: Yes, Electricity: Yes, Water: Yes, TV: didn't test, WiFi: Yes (we were close to the office). Restrooms: don't go there, need some goods: better that all you need for a night with you.
This park will self destruct. Everywere things start falling apart. I hope for the lady in the office that she will not have to see that happen, although it can go quickly. We ended up here as the KOA was not open yet (although mentioned as such in their brochure). We left as soon as possible.
Paying with credit card proofed not to be working and it would take another $3. So cash is king here.
We did enjoy the location as the hotel is nearby and there is a breakfast included in the price of the park. At the moment we stayed over (3rd week march), the water was not yet connected. Nor were the restrooms, so that decreased the amount to pay. During this time of the year there are hardly any campers. For those who want to go to the casino, it is in a walking distance.
We had started this morning to end up at the Koa which is also in Cortez. That doesn't open until later. We saw this park and although the front of the park doesn't show it, it is well layed out (tarmac road and smaller stones to park the camper on. We had a pull through, but the majority of the places is backward in. Some places are taken by year around stayers, but that is not spoiling anything. Crew was very friendly even after closing time.
During the night the park is well lit. We did enjoy a meal next door which has local food for a reasonable price.
The location is absolute a great plus for this campground. One walks to the shuttle bus and within a stop one is at the entrance of Zion National Park. Really very good. The shuttle bus is by the way also handy to go to where more restaurants are (two stops down into Springdale).
Sites are a bit small, but there is shadow which is made by mountains in the morning/evening and a number of trees during the day.
Showers and restrooms are not kept tidy during the day (or I mist something). They are in need of redecorating.
In comparison with other places we stayed (Page, Buffalo) the prices in shops are on high side.
High Speed Wifi. More than clean restrooms. Good showers. Friendly employees.
I gave this not a fifth star as the places are a bit cramped.
Another good thing is that one is close to highway (ok, with some added noise from that).
Smaller trees give shadow.
We had bad luck not to have a place in the neighberhoud of Monument Valley. We ended up here at Valle's. It seems only 6 sites are available at the moment of writing. The mens restroom was clean, but fairly outdated. I had hoped to take a shower, but it seems one has to pay for the shower.
Space on a site is good. One can eat something in the cantina (check the opening hours as on saturday it was closed at 6). It all seems a bit primitive, but we actually wanted electricity and water connection, which was available.
From here not all that far to Monument Valley. Quiet site. If one wants to have a good look at stars, and it is not clouded, this is a good spot.
CLose by are a gasstation and a bar.