WillowWind RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Clean, well maintained, concrete pads, easy enough to get in and out of, close to shopping, quiet.
An oasis during 3 days of excessive heat warnings
Date of Stay: July, 2017 - $47.00
25' Motorhome with toad (42' overall)
We were on the road for 3 weeks and this resort was in the top 3. We were driving through an "excessive heat" advisory for 3 days, and most of the RV parks had zero shade, dust, stickers, & poor reviews. Basically parking lots. WillowWind was like an oasis!
We arrived after hour and chose a shaded, pull-thru site (#120) so we didn't have to unhook the toad. The after-hours map of available sites was clear and organized and the interior streets were wide and easy to navigate and sites clearly marked. Our site was within 1.25" of being level, pad was concrete and our dogs appreciated having some grass (our site was concrete and "living space" was rocks). The water spigot was in a valve box (which took me a minute to figure out), so if you go, don't worry when you don't see a raised spigot, just look inside the valve box. Most sites are heavily shaded with ample clearance for tall rigs, but there is an area of satellite friendly sites along the perimeter. We and most others opted for shade this time of year. There seems to be a few full-timers. The bathroom was immaculate, so much so that I took a shower in it (something I rarely do), rather than use the shower in our RV. It was heaven! There is a dog wash, fitness center, laundry, tent sites, dog park area, clubhouse with kitchen, and group area.
We found the other campers we encountered to be friendly. The man next to us, with his slick 4 horse trailer/5th wheel, said he and his family always stays at WillowWind whenever traveling through the area from Phoenix. It is a quiet campground. There are services...fuel, restaurants, grocery, etc very nearby. We overnight in WalMart parking lots, State Parks, Independent Parks, etc...different type places. If you are looking for a resort type campground, that is extremely well maintained, shady, level, safe and has plenty of services, I highly recommend WillowWind.
Well-kept and spacious, but...
This place was nice enough, many amenities. The wifi was probably the best we've come across. The only issue is the lack of friendliness we see at all other parks. Only about 20% of the staff and residents replied to our hellos. It appears that there are many residents there. The place is nicely done and well kept. The dog park is cozy and cute, but there are many dogs there so additional space is a good idea. The lot size was good, paved, and level. Probably won't stay again if we can help it. My husband is very social and it's not a good thing when our neighbor comes over while we are leveling our rig to ask us to turn it off. We just arrived 5 minutes prior. UGH!
Great place to stay
Stayed for 5 weeks April 2016. Very nice park with friendly staff. Lots of snowbirds that wee very outgoing. One of the better parks I've been in. Utah has some very friendly people. We used this as base to see some outstanding parks. Would and will be back
Pulled in after hours and gratefully found a list of vacant spots to pull into. Space was roomy and very shaded on a hot day. Park clean and quiet. Reasonably priced. Stopped at office the next morning and paid for the night with no problems. Would stay again.
Very nice park
Excellent park! Shaded pull through sites, quiet location and very convenient to parks,lake Powell as well as facilities in town. We extended our stay because it was so nice. One of the top we have stayed in west of the Mississippi and would stay here again and definitely recommend. Clean showers & toilets great management.