June 1, 2021 - reviewed by Blair Tabor
Heard About it From My Brother and Siste
RV sites are spread out. Water and electricity hookups. No sewer, but there is a dump station.
The hikes in the park are great, but dogs are not allowed on the trails.
I hear it is hot in the Summer. We were there in February and it was cold at night. We loved it.
March 25, 2019 - reviewed by Arnulfo J. Alcala
Great place to camp. Lots of trails and wildlife. Saw condors, deer, squirrels, bobcats. Only draw back was there was no dump station on site. No full hookups only electric.
July 17, 2018 - reviewed by Just Me
Nice Place Worth Visiting
Last minute idea to stop on trip from northen california...it is a nice stop qnd neat Nat. park..the rv parking has several spots with sporadic huge trees for shade but most spots have sun at some point of the day...all spots were level dirt and had electric, but just a few water spouts around...the nearby visitor center has a nice little simple market for simple supplies and basics..the neat thing is there is a pool( closes at 6pm)....didnt see any condors but plenty of nice trails, an awesome cave you go self guided on...only reason i gave it 4 stars is fact that dumpstation not yet open...does have working shower and bathroom now...as on yesterday July 16 the cave is open( it closes when bats breeding)...well worth stop for us..be aware the racoons are brave and will get anything you leave out...my girlfriends roadbike had energy chews in a pouch and he found them..
July 2, 2017 - reviewed by Debbie M
Nice Campground but Few Showers
We came in without a reservation on a Sat night of a holiday weekend. We got there at 1:30pm and got the last site in the whole place, the 5 walkup sites were already full, we got a cancellation site. It was an RV site, there was no shade whatsoever in the site, most sites had shade from huge oak trees. Bring an easy up in case this happens to you! Unfortunately there was no restroom for the RV area!!! So we walked or drove back to the entrance to use the restroom. The showers are only at the entrance, there are 2 women's and 2 men's shower stalls for the entire Campground!! The showers are coin operated. There is a pool, it is cold but felt great because it was in the upper 80's when we were there; however the pool is somewhat cloudy, I didn't stay in long. The Visitor center/small grocery/Campground office is open 9-5. It has ice cream sandwiches, beer, ice, microwave, some food items. The Moses Trail is awesome and returning Rim Trail!
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
A fun Place
We usually stay away from national parks with all their rules and crowds but this is different. The hike up to the pinnacles is awesome and the drive into the park is beautiful. We also saw condors and other wildlife. The campground is level but shade is at a premium. We really liked this place
December 5, 2015 - reviewed by Michael Dean
A Hikers Dream
New National Park has grown up. Especially good for nature lovers. Lots of hiking on flats and in surrounding hills. California condors nest here. Stream runs through it. Many new rv sites and upgrades. Caves and small lake in a lovely setting. Gets really hot in summer.