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Zion Canyon Campground
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Reviewed 13 May 2010

Stayed here for 4 nights in a 40' motor home w/4 slides. Had to move from original site because front of MH was over fire pit or back was 3 or 4 feet in road. Moved to another site that put front into trees and back only 1' into street. All dirt, very little grass. Nice staff but that only goes so far. Would never stay here again.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Spoolie-Mabel
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Reviewed 16 March 2010

We are currently traveling in the US for 5 months from Australia and have chosen to camp here in a tent. We decided to pay $30 / night as apposed to the $18 / night at the watchman campground (a stones throw over the river in Zion NP) because of the advertised hot showers, heated pool, laundry and wireless internet.

Upon arrival we were not impressed as the place is under renovations. The pool was drained and the laundry was not available. I would prefer that this was posted on their website when I booked rather than finding out when we arrived.

The showers were working well however, you must obtain a "token" from the front desk each day so you may take a 6 minute shower. I assume this is so people don't jump the river from the Watchman Campground and use the facilities. We again didn't like this idea as I have been to high school already and don't particularly enjoy being treated like a child that must get his token before he can take a shower.

On the plus side, we are able to sit on the river at our camp site and use the free wireless internet to keep in touch with family etc. Also at this point in time there isn't many people around so we have plenty of space and its a great spot.

In conclusion, basically you are paying $12 more a night for a 6 min shower and free wireless internet so I reckon it's worth it. It would be great if the pool and laundry was up and running so perhaps ring and check first if you are undecided between here and the National Park Service Campgrounds.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank PhilnBec
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Reviewed 28 September 2009

I've stayed at this campground now three times. I appreciate the flush toilets and hot showers and the fact that it's so well-situated in town. The front desk staff has always been friendly, and I've had no problems with making reservations. I tent camp, and the sites are very close to one another, so privacy and noise issues are something to consider if you're looking for more solitude. I always bring ear plugs just in case (that goes for any campground). This is not a fancy RV or tent cabin resort, and the bathrooms are not modern, but in all my experiences, they've been clean and other users have been respectful. They issue a token a day for shower use, and the hot water time was ample (I've heard six minutes and ten minutes from other campers but don't know which, as my "long" shower was over before any automatic shut-off). There is no handsoap in the sink area, so bring Purell or some other suitable sanitizer (if you camp a lot, you know the drill). The sinks run hot water, too, which I appreciate for face-washing. Tent sites fit one car, though there's a parking area for any overflow. On-site pool was small, but was clean and certainly refreshing after a long day out touring in the sun. If you're looking for a convenient tent spot, this is your place, just bring your friendly attitude to chat up your close-by neighbors, ear plugs in case of late-night revelers, and Purell and flip-flops for the bathroom/showers.

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank SoCalAdventurer
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Reviewed 27 September 2009

http://www.zioncamp.com/

Pros: close location to entrance to Zion National Park
Cons: apathetic management, tiny campsites, lack of restroom maintenance/upgrades, poor value, quiet hours not enforced, noisy clientele in campground area, picnic benches not secured (taken by others to other campsites)

Overall experience/impression: would never camp there again (I'm usually not one to right online reviews, but the experience was poor and I feel that others should have this information for their travel planning).

Be advised:
The campground portion of this resort attracts the noisy, beer drinking 20-something, euro-tourist customer (e.g., large groups of SunTrek tours campers). Campsites are smaller and crowded compared to the campsites in Zion Nation Park. It felt like camping at outdoor rock concert. The urinals in the men's restroom have been permanently removed (it looked like some time ago) and it didn't look like they were
going to be replaced soon. As a result, there are about 3 toilets for all the men staying in the whole campground (inconvenient as you might imagine).
In a nutshell, you are better off:
1. Camping in the Zion NP campground (cheaper and much quieter)
2. Paying more for a hotel
3. Camping out (bandit camping) on a backroad somewhere outside of Springdale.

Our experience:
Campground host/manager did not make quiet rounds (when she said she would) when earlier informed of two large and separate groups of campers playing loud music.
Campground host/manager office is closed after 10:00 pm.
We called the campground management staff via phone (at 10:30 pm) to tell her about yet another group (~15 young men) drinking beer and being very loud. The campground host did nothing after a request for her to come down and ask this group to be quieter.

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 August 2009

I wish we would have pitched our tent in the Zion NPark as it is more scenic, has much better bathrooms, the deer walk right by, and the park system needs the money. The campground isn't too bad, but it is basically a parking lot that backs up to the virgin river. The ground under your tent is part gravel and it is very busy. Both places have showers, but this place has a burger joint on site.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with family
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Thank SanDiegoBrian17
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