Our camper is located on a large RV pad with full water, sewer and power connections in Zions Gate RV Resort. The RV site has a large concrete patio, picnic table and shade tree. It is deep enough for 2 cars. The resort has an indoor pool and hot tub, also clothes washers/dryers and additional shower facilities. Very close to Wal-Mart and gas station. 30 minutes to Zion Park.
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Our camper can sleep up to 8 (with a combination of kids, teenagers, smaller adults) or 7 adults comfortably. The kitchen table and couch can each sleep two smaller people (small kids are best) or one 6'-0" tall adult on each.
We come fully outfitted with all the bedding, bath towels, cookware and eating utensils you will need. The master bed and bunk areas have accordion doors so they can be closed off for visual privacy. Top bunk will be a sleeping bag for ease of access and maintenance. The back two bunks make for perfect out of the way storage for luggage and miscellaneous stuff you might bring. There is a huge storage area under the master bed, just lift the bed from the foot end of the bed, and the full size bunk has a large storage area that is accessible and lockable from outside.
We have a TV/DVD which picks up local broadcasts. You will have full access to the pool, hot tub, laundry and public restroom/shower facilities.
If you have kids, bring your favorite computer, card or board games to assist with their entertainment.
I can provide a small propane fired table top BBQ for an additional $10 fee. Let us know.
Pets cannot be left inside the camper alone during the day. I am concerned for the safety of the pet if there happened to be a power outage on a very hot day. Also, Zion Park does not allow pets.
Pet day cares are available in Hurricane and on the way to Zion Park.
Pet Day Care: $2.50 per Hour
On The Spot Play & Stay
1545 W State St., Hurricane, UT (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
No Cats.....I am allergic to them!
No pets on the furniture!
Heat and Air Conditioning are to be turned off during the day when you are out exploring. This saves on energy and equipment life.
There will be a broom and dust pan for small messes inside the outdoor front exterior storage compartment.
Bath towels are not to be taken to the pool, hot tub or local lakes.
There are 4 camp chairs in the front exterior storage compartment.
Please clean all dishes and utensils prior to leaving.
Please clean up any messes in the Kitchen, Cooking or Eating areas.
Place all used bedding and bath towels in a pile on the master bed.
Unfortunately if anything is rendered unusable during your stay, I will need to replace it. It will be cost plus a $25/hour shopping fee and mileage at $1.25 per mile.
If you are not planning on spending most of your time at the camper on your computer or using your phone to download data, we recommend not signing into the park wifi service since they charge for this service. Just use your phones data to do short searches or emailing.
Guests can access everything the camper has to offer.
Interaction with guests
We are available 24/7 via email, text message or phone call. We live just 4 miles away. I will meet with you upon arrival to give you a quick orientation on the camper and RV Park facilities.
Other things to note
This is camping, we are not a five star hotel. Your are staying in a camp trailer that can be pulled by a truck so everything is smaller and lighter weight. Do not expect it to function like your house, apartment or hotel. It is a huge step up from camping in the dirt, so enjoy the experience.
- Please observe the RV Park quiet hours 10 pm to 7 am.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
Outdoor Enthusiast....we have hiked extensively throughout the Sawtooth Wilderness of Idaho, rafted many of the rivers and mountain biked the best trails. We discovered Utah and committed to ourselves to exploring all he amazing places she has to offer. So we relocated in 2015 and are focused on finding all these places and sharing our experiences with others.
“Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of dust, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!”