Okay for 2WD
HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN CREEK Do not drink or submerge yourself in the water. Keep pets away from water as it can be fatal for them. Check online for latest update on the blooms.
This spot is fine if you’re visiting Zion, but it’s nothing special. There are a few sites that sit along the creek which are nice and have a good view. There were quite a few other campers here when we came but there were plenty of spots to choose from. Some sites weren’t as nice as others due to trash and proximity to the road. There are fire rings at each site. Stayed 2 nights and felt safe.
We stayed two nights in our pull behind trailer. It was beautiful!
Pulled in 17th of Oct. and the road in was gravel and well maintained for any vehicle. The loops to the sites are not and although a coach or van should not have a problem, larger trailers should be very careful. Lots of ruts and potholes and ground is anything but level. Sheered two bolts off my hitch pulling through site with 24’ travel trailer. Pretty dusty, occasional noise from loop but overall not bad. At&T 3 bars and close enough to Zion National Park.
Stayed here for a night when visiting Zion! It was nice, quite a few rigs set up and also hot so try to snag some shade!
Easy access, and 20min-ish from Zion National Park! We picked one of the first spots in, but there are more with easy access as well.
We have a 42 foot RV and found a few really great spots near the creek. We did have a few creepy people and woke up a few morning to nudists not caring that we had small 5 children. We think they may be livin here so although the spot is beautiful and nice... be careful for those who take advantage of this area.
We wanted a boondocking spot close to Zion, and this one was, overall, very nice. There are, I'd estimate, between 15 and 20 sites available in this area, some more accessible than others. There are two access roads from Kolob Terrace Rd., the southernmost of which is very rutted and bumpy. Some of the spots have shade, while others offer no protection from the sun. We were able to get our 36' travel trailer deep into a shady spot in the area, but it was slow going and required lots of maneuvering. Smaller rigs should have no problem, although the sand can be soft and deep in spots, so keep that in mind and test it out before committing.
My only real complaint is in regards to the amount of trash, toilet paper, wipes and, yes, human excrement scattered about. It wasn't overwhelming, but disappointing to see, nonetheless.
Recommend to stay again