This is a nice quiet park, with a beautiful location. They have a small grocery store that seems a little expensive but that is understandable because there isn't really anything else around. Even the stores at the small town up ahead and junction leading to zions park seemed pricy. The managers are very friendly. I was able to log into the only network I found and get internet but I think it was their personal network or it could have been a customer’s network. I didn't spend much time in this park it was a little too cold for me.
I am convinced that some of these reviews are not even of the correct park. This campground does have amenities, showers, bathrooms, wireless internet, gas refill tank, and even a laundromat. They have a pool but it is closed now as it is too cold. One reviewer had mentioned that there is evidence of floods. I didn't see that anywhere and I walked around the park a few times. Contrary to one review they also do have 50amp hookups, I know because that is what I used. The park has grassy areas, big shade trees and overall looks like a nice park especially for how cheap they are. If they increased their prices I would still choose this park. I stayed here for a week and it was always quiet at night. I saw several people doing maintenance all around the park during my stay. Lawns are all mowed, there are no weeds even in the permanent resident area. There is no grass in the playground but it is kid safe. No other campground can beat the views that this park has hands down. They do have an old administration office but I don't think they even use that except for people to pick up their mail.