September 27, 2021 - reviewed by Old Traveler
Nice CG! Sites are level and wide. Electric hookup is at front of the site, so depending upon your particular situation, that might be an issue for you. Wifi, as others have mentioned and as advertised by the CG, is slow and, sometimes intermittent. It is a beautiful location and I'd definitely stay here again.
June 13, 2021 - reviewed by Duane And Annette
Monument Valley KOA
Small campground, gravel sites that are all full hook up. Nice laundry, and play area. Beautiful sunrise and sunset with buttes in the foreground. The only disappointment was that their wifi was down while we were there. Good overnight place to visit the area.
May 25, 2021 - reviewed by Louis Thornton
Don’t waste you time and money coming here. Monument Valley is closed. Apparently the only CDC guidelines the Navajo follow are the now rescinded mask mandate! Yellowstone and other outdoor venues have been open since last June.
July 2, 2019 - reviewed by The Curtster
Sold To KOA?
I think this place is gone, and is now the KOA at the same address. Too bad, as I’m not a fan of KOA Kornyness.
August 16, 2018 - reviewed by CSW
Nice camp there lot to see funn
October 14, 2017 - reviewed by JRL
For $45 you get a level gravel spot with 25 ft between units, full hook-ups, a grass area, picnic table and stunning 360 degree views both night and day. There are 4 shower/restroom combos. If you must have internet, cable TV, etc, there is another camp about 5 miles away at twice the price, 6 ft between units and a limited view in a canyon.
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by Greg
The park was good deal for the price the sites were level and well laid out with 50Amp service with water and sewer and a 12 X 24 foot grass area in the large pull through spots. The water pressure was great around 70psi. The park is still under construction at this time but according to David the managing partner they will have restrooms completed in a few weeks and the office is being remodeled at this time.
May 29, 2017 - reviewed by Mac
This is a naked parking lot with hookups and sod rectangles. No toilets. No showers. No shade. No WiFi. No cell service. No cable or OTA TV stations. No controlled access, right on the main highway. Loose river rock paving on loose red dirt makes driving and leveling difficult. Sites not long enough to remain hitched for an overnight stop. At $25, this park would be a fair deal, but this is NOT a $40 campground. There is a $30 park north of here with the facilities this one lacks, and I wish I had booked there instead. My wife says, "you can see it's a new park, a work in progress" (yes, there's plenty of construction debris around the perimeter) and that's fine, but the rates should reflect that. Staff was very pleasant.
May 4, 2017 - reviewed by Kevin
We have been boondocking for about a week in a 30 foot RV and needed to dump the gray and black tanks and refill the water tanks While onsite, we hooked up power, sewer, and water. We took advantage of the hookup and showered aswell. Basically we visited for a few hours and did a complete system reset. David the manager on site was wonderful, very knowledgable of the area and local resourses. He was very helpful and was very supportive of our request to be in and out. His RV park was supportive of pass through reset support where other RV Parks had offered resistance in the past. It was a pleasure to pass through this RV park. The RV park is new and facilities are being developed further. We look forward to visiting again the next time we pass through this area of the country.