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Not many other basecamp spots in the United States are the gateway that Kanab is to so many different adventures and sights to see. We’ve put together a list of the highest-rated RV parks in and near Kanab, UT for you to call home on your next trip to Southern Utah.
1. Kanab RV Corral
Kanab RV Corral is located on the south side of town and provides that close-to-the-action feel that you may be looking for. With amenities to boot, you’ll not only be able to relax but also have fun in their refreshing pool or watch your favorite show after a day of hiking from the comfort of your RV with their fast wifi.
- Prices range from $35 to $45 per night, depending on the type of site and power supplied
- 44 sites that can handle both pull-through and back-in capabilities
- Laundry machines, with lost sock collection!
- Men’s and women’s showers
- Level sites, guaranteed
- An off-leash dog park for when you bring Fido along
- High-speed wifi that is available throughout the entire park
Why You’ll Love Staying At Kanab RV Corral:
Being in the heart of Kanab, not only will you be able to access some of the greatest natural wonders in the country, but you’ll be able to come back to town and enjoy the luxury of going out to eat or seeing a live cowboy show in the city. It makes it easier to relax knowing your campground has clean showers, laundry facilities, a relaxing pool, and excellent wifi.
RV Camper Reviews:
Great Location! Very Clean! Friendly Staff!
“Great Location: The proximity of “Kanab RV Corral” to Zion, Bryce Canyon, and the Grand Canyon National Parks was perfect for us. Also, close to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, the Heritage House Museum, Kane County Visitor Center, and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Walking distance to many restaurants, grocery stores, and shops. Very Clean: Pride of ownership is exhibited throughout the park. Especially noteworthy is the restrooms, showers, and pool. Spotless! Friendly Staff: Not only are Dale and Kristy (owners) and their workcamper crew extremely friendly but enjoy sharing their vast knowledge of local site-seeing activities”. On Air – Trip Advisor
“A great place with wonderful owners who I am very impressed work hard to make this a great place to stay. Great internet speeds!!!” Bruno, Google reviewer
Great RV Park – Clean, Quaint, Friendly
We stayed two nights at the Kanab RV Korral when we visited the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Although it’s a bit of a hike to the North Rim (78 miles), we chose this park as it provided full hookup sites, clean showers/restrooms, and laundry facility. The owners were very friendly and helpful. It is walking distance to Kanab and the various stores and restaurants the town provides. We’d definitely return to this park if our travels bring us back this way. Shelkem – Trip Advisor
Kanab RV Corral info:
Location: 483 S 100 E,Kanab, UT 84741
2. The Hitch-N-Post RV Park
Located right in the heart of Kanab, The Hitch-N-Post RV Park provides the in nature feels with large shade trees and xeriscape landscaping throughout the park. Not only does the park offer things such as free internet and showers, but it’s within walking distance to many conveniences in the town like laundry, shopping, and restaurants.
- Prices range from $35 to $50 a night whether you’re sleeping in a tent, cabin or your RV. Their weekly and monthly rates are seasonal.
- Shady tent and RV sites
- Large pull throughs up to 50 feet
- All sites are up to 50 amps
- Hot showers
- Free wireless internet
- Year round services
- Friendly and helpful staff to make your stay in Kanab great
Why You’ll Love Staying At Hitch-N-Post RV Park
Not only does this park have all the RV park essentials, but it also includes friendly staff who are knowledgable about the surrounding areas. Whether you need advice for a hike to go on, a place to rent a dune buggy or merely want a restaurant suggestion, look no further than your camp hosts.
RV Camper Reviews:
Easy access to Northern Ariz and southern Utah…great base
“We based out of this park for 5 days, taking day trips to Zion, Lake Power/ Glenn Canyon Dam, Vermilion Cliffs, North Rim of the Grand Canyon/Jacobs Lake, Bryce Canyon, Pipe Springs, southern Grand Staircase Escalante….and will have to come back for the Pink Sand Dunes, etc…. Can walk to laundry across the street, 5 restaurants within an easy walking distance, and a block away, great undeveloped area, large fields to exercise our dog. Was here during heavy rains and appreciated the heavy gravel pads as the red clay was terrible when wet at our sightseeing stops. Showers were a back up to our RV but were conveniently located within the park. Hosts were very helpful and helped position us on arrival into our campsite. We extended our stay…would come back”. Susan B. – Trip Advisor
“The RV Park is great & the location is very convenient. They have pull-through spots and good wifi. IT is walking distance to restaurants, close to grocery stores and gas stations. Michael, the camp host, was very accommodating and helpful. I highly recommend staying here.” Carrie, Google reviewer
“It’s centrally located to everything in Kanab. (…) The Hitch N Post was clean and well kept. The management was friendly and helpful.” Blaine, TripAdvisor reviewer
Location: 196 East 300 South, Kanab, UT 84741
3. J & J RV Park
Centrally located in downtown Kanab, this park provides as an excellent basecamp for your southern Utah and northern Arizona adventures. Newly opened in 2018, it not only is close walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants and more but also provides a lovely and clean campground for you to return home to.
- Prices range from $20 to $40 a night depending on if you’re in a tent site or RV site.
- Year round services
- On-site showers as well as men’s and women’s bathrooms
- Free wifi throughout the park
- Full hookups with up to 50 Amp spots available
Why You’ll Love Staying At J & J RV Park
Being a practically brand new facility, it provides clean bathrooms and showers, large sites and helpful staff. It is also within walking distance to local eateries, shops and visitor centers to help fuel your adventures.
RV Camper Reviews
“A brand new RV Park in Kanab my husband and I were so happy to find! Crush rock pad, concrete pad for the new picnic tables, wifi was fast and worked flawlessly. The location is off a busy highway making it nice, private and quiet. Nearby are lots of points of interest, National Parks, local museums and sightseeing. We highly recommend this RV Park.” Linda, Google reviewer
“Home away from home.
We stay here for a couple of months every year to visit family and friends. We love JJ and Jan. So peaceful and friendly. Convenient to town, easy to get into and level for setting up. We enjoy sitting out by the creek in the shade and our family and friends love to visit here. Great park!” Lyfemuzik – Trip Advisor
“Super nice and new RV park. The hosts were very friendly and helped us out where they can. Facilities are very clean. Recommendation for everyone coming to Kanab!’ James, Google reviewer
J & J RV Park Info:
Location: 584 E 300 S, Kanab, UT 84741
4. Wheel Inn RV Park
If you’re looking for a cozier RV park that’s not right in the middle of town, this park is your best bet. Located just 7 miles south of Kanab, this smaller park offers excellent amenities to keep you comfortable and happy while visiting the area.
- Prices in daily/weekly/monthly rates as $30-$35/$150/$425 respectively.
- 2 pull-through and full hookup sites with 34 back-in sites
- Each section is 80 feet long and 20 feet wide, allowing any size RV to park comfortably and safely
- Offers up to 50 amp electrical hookups
- Free wifi throughout the park
Why You’ll Love Staying At Wheel Inn RV Park
This newer RV park has chosen to keep it small, and for a good reason. It provides a cozy atmosphere for those travelers who like to stay off the main road. And with construction on the way to add facilities for the guest, it’ll only get better! With free wifi and a little peace and quiet, you can’t go wrong.
RV Camper Reviews
“Very simple and easy to get into. We just drove by, pulled in and called, and the owner came right over to check us in. Great price at $25 a nite with full hookups. Beautiful ride to the north rim.” Julie, Google reviewer
“Great place to stay! They are doing some work so no facilities yet but they are getting there. They have the most important thing down already – friendliness! Both Eric and Alicia were very nice. They helped us with two mail issues and gave us great tips on what to see in the area. They genuinely wanted us to have a good experience and we did. We stayed for 2 weeks and had plenty to do and see. The park is quiet and the spaces are huge! Our rig is on the smaller side but they can fit the big boys easily! All the spaces are pull-thru which is nice as well. Full hookups and the rates are cheap. We paid $25/night but if you stay a week the rate is $125. Cannot beat that! The park is close to Kanab, UT (about 10-15 mins) and it has everything you need, gas, groceries, restaurants, etc. The park is MUCH cheaper and less crowded than the parks in Kanab. Definitely worth going here for quiet and more space. They are doing great things with it and I hope we get the chance to come back someday and see the progress!” Meandering Life – Campendium
“Very nice owners and the place is easy for bigger rigs..” Chris, Google reviewer
Wheel Inn RV Park Info:
Location: 295 West Pratt St, Fredonia, AZ 86022
5. Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
If you’re looking for a vacation down to Southern Utah and you want to experience something a bit different, then look no further than the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. This sanctuary is home to approximately 1,600 homeless animals and to locals is a very sacred place. During your stay, you can visit and play with adoptable pets, take a guided hike or volunteer for some one-on-one time with animals who need some extra loving. While not for everyone, staying at the sanctuary is an experience you wouldn’t soon forget.
- Prices are either $30/night for Best Friends members or $50/night for non-members
- Provides a unique experience that you won’t get at any other RV park (or hotel or anywhere else for that matter!)
- On location lunch served for only $5
- Just 5 minutes from town
- Only 2 RV sites make it a tranquil and cozy stay
- The cost of your stay goes directly to caring for the homeless animals who occupy the sanctuary
Why You’ll Love Staying At The Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
Besides the fact that it’s not an official RV park, therefore giving a much more unique experience to your typical camping, you also are staying on the sacred animal ground. Being able to have one-on-one encounters with animals whether they be dogs, cats, horses, bunnies, or more, is something that no other park can give you.
RV Camper Reviews:
“Great place for a self-contained camper. Quiet, beautiful scenery, and good location. Plus your money is going to a good cause. Would 100% come back again.” Noah, Google reviewer
Calling All Animal Lovers
“Hubby and I love to volunteer and Best Friends is one of our favorites. Puppies, dogs, elder dogs, kitties, cats, piggy’s, goats, horses, birds, rabbits, and other small animals all need love and attention so no matter what you love to hug, it’s here waiting for you! We stay in one of their two RV spots for a peaceful view of the sandstone canyon and you can access both Zion and Bryce Canyon within two hours. Take the tour and be amazed at the reach this Sanctuary has on our country’s rescue organizations and homeless animals. Learn what is being done to “save them all”. We enjoy the vegan lunch, only $5.00 while chatting with staff and other volunteers. Our last two visits have been volunteering with the elder dogs and piggies. Great place for scout groups, rescue organization, and families. It gets hot here in the summer so we only visit late October”. Rebekajean – Trip Advisor
“When visiting Best Friends the RV camp is great. Full hookups and enough wi-fi that we watched Netflix on a pad.” Joe, Google Reviewer
Best Friend Animal Sanctuary Info:
Location: 5001 Angel Canyon Rd, Kanab, UT 84741
6. Country Rose RV Park
This park is located right where the adventurer wants to be and only a few miles south of Kanab. They are located in the center of three national parks and near Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. With the ability to accommodate all sizes of RVs, they are the perfect place to call your home away from home while you explore what nature has to offer.
- Prices range from $25 per day to $35 per day. They also offer weekly and month rates at request.
- Large showers and restrooms on-site
- Laundry facilities
- Free Wifi park wide
- Up to 50 amp sites available
- Gravel pads with attached concrete pad
Why You’ll Love Staying at Country Rose RV Park
This smaller park doesn’t lack in the big park amenities or facilities and has friendly staff to help you coordinate your stay and adventures. Its central location provides the perfect spot to set up shop for all your outdoor adventures.
RV Camper Reviews:
“This place was great for camping when visiting the Grand Canyon! Excellent rates, extremely accommodating. We stayed here in late September 2018 and were very satisfied.” Thomas, Google reviewer
“This was a great place to stay. It’s right in the middle of everything. We were here for a week and went to the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Coral Pink Sand dunes, the Grand Staircase and more. The owner was super nice. He gave us his phone number and said if we got lost to call him. He was such a nice man and went out of his way to make sure we had an awesome time. Would NOT hesitate to stay here” Marilyn, Google reviewer
Country Rose RV Park Info:
Location: 401 South Main Hwy 89A Fredonia AZ 86022
Phone: (928) 232-0310
Not only does the town of Kanab, UT provide the unique experiences itself, such as visiting the Little Hollywood movie museum or having dinner at a live cowboy theatre, it also has unique and breathtaking views anywhere you turn. If you’re looking for a stop to make on your road trip that will include a wide variety of landscapes and things to do, make it Kanab, UT. Picking any of the mentioned parks above will provide with you a fantastic spot to park your RV and come home to after a long day of exploring.
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