Panguitch KOA Holiday
Panguitch KOA...the best base camp for hiking, biking, ATV riding and driving to see the amazing scenery of Southern Utah.
Panguitch is the Paiute word for "big fish," and plenty of trout prowl Panguitch Lake, 17 miles south of this high desert campground, in the state's southwest corner. Cedar Breaks National Monument is 15 miles beyond the lake. Natural wonders abound in this region, including Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef and Zion national parks. Just three hours south is the north rim of the Grand Canyon. To the east, along Scenic Byway 12, is Kodachrome Basin State Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The Panguitch KOA puts you close to it all. ATV, hiking and bike trails fan out from near the campground. Cool off in the pool, play horseshoes or volleyball and catch up on email with KOA's Wi-Fi connection. Campsites are within easy walking distance of the restaurants and shops of downtown Panguitch. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 65 feet.
Great RV park, quiet and office gal was very nice!
Avoid this KOA if you want an enjoyable vacation or camping experience. The old guy running this place is a tyrant who is obviously having money problems. I had been warned by the staff to avoid him if possible, as he had a tendency to lose his head. I then watched him dress down a woman in the office while calling her husband a liar. The staff were not kidding.. For our party, he charged us for everything he possible could. The place only has one ‘real’ deluxe cabin.. the second one has no kitchen or refrigerator. It’s a small KOA with no room or real amenities. I’ve been to dozens of KOAs.. this was by far the worst. Do yourself a favor.. go somewhere else!
Best KOA so far. We stayed in a deluxe cabin that was well worth it. Bunk beds and queen size bed with full bath, kitchenette, grill and TV. Cabin is heat and A/C. It is off the highway so it was very quiet all night. The only issue we had was the toilet not having any water supply. We called after hours and it was fixed within an hour. One drawback is that since it is a small town there were not a lot of food options. Overall, this is a great place to stay and I recommend it for anyone visiting Bryce Canyon or other parks in the area.
the gamer master 935
Under new management, sites were nice but grass was dead. Good team, friendly 👏
Our stay at Panguitch KOA was wonderful. My husband and I with our dogs stayed for 1 week over the Memorial Day Holiday and I can't say enough good things about this park. We had another RV Park (Indian Peaks RV Park....don't stay there!) cancel on us while we were on our way and after 3 hours of searching for a park that could take us for a week on the busiest holiday weekend for RV camping, Julie with Panguitch KOA found room for us. She was SO friendly and when we arrived I wanted to hug her neck. The park is very clean, staff super friendly, a nice dog park area and child playground, and there is a lot to do in the area. Bryce NP is a 30 minute drive and there are great shorter trails right outside of Bryce on highway 12 that are only 10 minutes from the RV park (check out Red Canyon). One of the staff saw me walking to the dumpster with a trash bag and offered to take it from me. That's obviously not expected, but such a nice gesture. If you're in the area, this is the place to stay! Thank you to all of the staff at KOA (especially Julie!) for making this week such a wonderful experience for us! We'll see you next time!