St. George/Hurricane KOA

5800 N Old Highway 91
Hurricane, UT 84737

(435) 879-2212
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Rusty R.
1 review

Red Rock Quarter Horses

Red Rock Quarter Horses is in the mountains of Bryce Canyon in Southern Utah. Our facility is located on 300 acres of land and boast a massive indoor riding facility, as well. We specialize in creating amazing finished horses for many different needs.

A lot goes into making the perfect quarter horse for roping, competition, riding, or working needs. Red Rock Quarter Horses has the right stuff to create a terrific Quarter horse, no matter what they are needed for. The incredible bloodlines, amazing trainers, and impressive facility all come together to make some of the best finished horses in the business.

Our winning combination of dedication and experience set us apart from the competition. Horses from Red Rock Quarter Horses will amaze onlookers with their incredible temperament and winning spirit. Right here in southern Utah, some of the most incredible horses in the country can be found.

Date of Stay:
 January, 2018

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Dr. Moreau
48 reviews

Recent Visit

We recently stayed here for three days because we wanted to explore St. George Utah. We were disappointed would not come back. This campground is a KOA so it had an easy reservation and check-in process. The price to stay here was not that expensive, which is good because if we had paid more I would have asked for a refund and left.

This RV campground is all gravel, which is annoying, but what is worst is that many of the spots are on a sharp hill and very narrow with uneven terrain. The spot we had, 104, had about six feet between our spot and our neighbors on 1 side and three feet on the other side. The spots are so tight that one overnight fifth wheel hit the cable box as they pulled in and struggled to squeeze around the tree on the other side.

Our spot was at a very sharp angle; our levelling jacks struggled to get our RV flat. When we left we could not connect our Jeep at our spot, we had to drive the RV to another location to connect the Jeep. Very inconvenient.

Our spot had full hookups and there were no issues, hence why I can give these place two stars. The surprising "feature" of this park I have never seen is that there is one sewer connection with two inlets, I imagine if our neighbors dumped the same time we did we would cause a mess.

Tengo provided WIFi and during our stay, it "worked" which is to say I could surf the web, but there were many interruptions and the link was not reliable enough to hold conference calls as part of my job. The playground was new, but placed near a sharp drop and not well thought out. The kids enjoyed it but my blood pressure was a bit high.

The RV campground is also very difficult to get to from I-15, if you are coming from the North it is easy to get to/from. If you are coming from the south, there is a very sharp corner off the freeway and finding your way back to the freeway is a 3-5 mile bumpy ride. The RV campground shares a small valley with the Interstate, so you do hear some noise rattling throughout the night.

The laundry facility is nice, the machines are newer and there were a good number of machines available. This was a positive for the RV campground.

Would I recommend this park? No, not at all. Will we come back? Absolutely not. I would consider a level Walmart parking lot before visiting again.

Date of Stay:
 October, 2013
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1 review

Poorly Managed

We were here when the shooting occured. The manager was not on
property nor even showed up to talk to anyone. Wild children running around in everyone's lots and people drinking in the club-
house. There doesn't seem to be any control here. This use to be a
beautiful park with grassy lots. What happened?

Date of Stay:
 December, 2012

Technomadia's picture
143 reviews

Awesome Park

We're not often the RV Resort type folks, but this place won our hearts. The community center and managers are what make this place. They put a lot of effort into events and bringing people together. The manager and his family are singing entertainers, and they bring in some fun acts to the stage. There are frequent meals, seminars, shows and more.

There's also access to ample hiking via the interstate underpass across from the park to an old movie set, and the town of St. George is not too far away for errands and shopping. A nice pool, hot tub and game room (with free air hockey, billiards and foosball) are a lot of fun. The laundry facilities are excellent, and the bathrooms are huge and sparkling clean.

The downside to this park are the spots are a wee bit close together. And your porch will open on to your neighbor's porch. Great if your neighbor is a friend (ours was... so this was a benefit).. elsewise, you better hope your neighbor becomes your friend.

Also, their wifi is a bit unreliable. When it works, its great. When it doesn't, it doesn't. With Verizon being flakey in the area, we ended up setting up our satellite dish to keep online and get work done.

All and all, we really enjoyed our stay here. Head the advice of others for routing to this park and come in via the Quail Lake State Park, not Highway 91.. which is a bouncy dirt road along I-15.

Verizon had an unusable Edge (2G) signal that we were able to boost up to a usable 3G. AT&T had a pretty usable 3G signal.

Date of Stay:
 September, 2011
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3 reviews

Resort Camping

Nice place, but not really setup for kids. No fires and quiet time is at 10pm and everyone goes in. Easy access to all events, but getting to the resort can be a little rough. GPS said to turn at the first light, but go to the second light and follow the road around the Quail Creek Lake. Make a right at the end and it's about quarter mile on your right if you don't do as I have said you will go down the dirt road as I have done and it SUCKED. Staff was really nice and made life very simple and relaxing.