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We stayed in the RV park for 5 days. The hookups were great, the location was awesome and we were able to see many parks (Zion, Bryce, Cedar Breaks and Grand Staircase Escalante) and many towns while based here. We were comfortable with our RV...More
Nice place, a lot of appeal.
Couple of problems at check in. Some one from Washington
was parked in our assigned spot. Not hooked up just parked, locked up and no where to be found.
We are flexible and try to take things in stride,...More
We camped down by the river, where the sites had water and electric AND internet access. It was a wonderful experience due to the beautiful spot and the kind, knowledgeable "managers". Barbara and Bill could not have been nicer to their guests, and I felt...More
We loved our RV site right on the river with beautiful views of the Buttes in the background. Staff were so friendly and accommodating. Riverside Ranch is located about half way between Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park.
My boyfriend and I stayed here in an RV. We camped down by the river, which was the best spot. They have full hook ups plus sewer up top, but we opted for the water and electric down by he river. I caught some fish...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$117 - US$166 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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The tent camping area did not have electrical outlets but there were several spigots around we used for dishwashing. We just got in the habit of filling our water at the National Park fill stations where we knew for sure it... More
The tent camping area did not have electrical outlets but there were several spigots around we used for dishwashing. We just got in the habit of filling our water at the National Park fill stations where we knew for sure it was potable. There were electrical outlets in the laundry, restroom and rec building.