|Daily||$38.00 - $38.00|
We stayed here for two night and really enjoyed the location and the wifi... Excellent spot close to Bryce Canyon in a quaint little town. The owners were so kind and knowledgable about the hot spots and gave us some great tips for visiting Bryce Canyon. Clean. Level gravel sites. Great wifi. Excellent TV channels with antenna. We will stay here again.
People are very nice. Area is beautyfull. Shooping in town possible, gas station also. Wifi is good Bathroom is good. Price is fair. I recoammd it. KOA is normaly good.
We were so disappointed when we arrived here! It is depressing and charmless. It's located on the side of a highway in a depressed-looking area, just a little too far from charming downtown Panguitch to walk. Sites are dusty and extremely close together, fire rings old and rickety (we were afraid to use ours), and you have to share common areas with your neighbor. The kids' playground is a joke - I thought it was a dog run at first until I saw that there were a couple of swings, a metal side, and an old metal climbing structure. My kids were intrigued by the "old-fashioned" equipment. The pool was cloudy with leaves floating in it. Bathrooms seemed clean and laundry area had plenty of machines, but there is no coin machine and the office closes pretty early, at 7, so I missed the chance to get quarters. Internet worked but was super slow. They do have propane and a common dump area, and the camp store was decently stocked. We had to pay $50 to stay here (an upcharge of $5 per kid) which seems like a lot for this dusty, dilapidated, park in the middle of nowhere. This was my first KOA experience, it just might be my last if this is typical!