The staff is very friendly. The entrance is hard to see so make sure to slow down. We missed the turn and had to go to the end of the road and turnaround. The park itself is right off I70. You can see the Colorado River but are looking over I70 that is between the park and the river. Road noise didn’t seem to bother us. On a modern hill side. Some spots are steep. There are holes in the road so watch out. This park served the purpose for us for one night. Not sure we will be back but the staff was very nice.
Traveling from Utah this was a convenient stop not far off the highway. We booked over the phone with very friendly and helpful service. Arrived at 2:00 and were offered a few choices of sites. We choose 22. The view of the river and the Eagles flying by was beautiful. The highways noise is a bit of a downer, but earplugs for sleeping solved that. We asked to add a night and the owner was very accommodating. Convenient location to town and hanging lake as well as the adventure park! (Holy cow was that something) The price was $40.00 a night for full hook ups, we found that to be very affordable!
Typical RV park with lots of gravel and mom and pop character. People were nice enough and it was a fair price to proximity to town, but a fair number of "permanent" residents among the traveling visitors.
Manager on the phone got upset when I asked if he could guarantee a particular site. I was not rude or demanding, just trying to understand his policy. He refused to book us even though I was happy with what he initially offered us. He hung up on me. I tried to call back to clarify, but he refused to pick up. Very strange and rude guy! In years of RVing, nothing like this happened before. It sounded a bit like the Bates Hotel and RV Park.
Ami’s Acres was a refreshing respite from the everyday hustle and bustle. As a single parent of four littles, I really appreciated the family friendly price, the clean showers and bathrooms, the proximity of the bathrooms/showers to the tent site, and the washroom to wash dishes. We had gorgeous views from tent site no. 73 with plenty of shade to go around. Plenty of seating and tables at our site, fire pit included (but I forgot firewood, so we did not get to use it). Ami’s Acres is also very conveniently located - near enough to town to grab forgotten items at the nearby Target, but not in the town to take away from the camping experience and beautiful natural scenery. Great host and welcomed us warmly, checked on us every morning, and was a great resource for unique (and budget friendly!) activities, both family friendly and high adventure. Kids can’t wait to go back and are already planning our next adventure.…