Nice, quiet, everyone is so friendly very clean park, laundry, showers. Love the layout of the park. NIce jacuzzi and pool. The staff js wonderful and very helpful directing us to all the local areas for our first time in Utah.. Temple View is Close to everything. Grocery stores, Hardware & plumbing store which we needed when our water hose broke. Close the Sand Hallow State Park for OHV in the dirt and paddling and boating on the Lake Side. Great Restaurants, good food. We will be back next year to make this an annual family & friends week long vacation from Lake Havasu City, AZ. . Christine Clement
Stayed here for multiple months, and also parked the RV in their storage area (as opposed to closer to home in Vegas where the cost was 3x!). Every time we called, asked a favor, etc, the staff was willing to help out any way possible. Location is 2 hrs from Vegas, 1.25 from Zion, 4hrs from SaltLakeCity. Lots of easy hiking nearby, along with shopping (BOOMERS!) very close.
We are full-time RVers and we stayed in this RV park for 2 months: Nov/Dec. 2020. On the plus side, the staff is friendly (perky!) and helpful. The site is conveniently located to all things St. George, although that has a negative as well. It is a combination of mobile homes and RVs. The pool and hot tub are spacious, clean, and lovely. They do tent it during winter, but I didn't use it then because of Covid. The sites to the south of the main building are a good size and seem pleasant. The ones to the west, are mainly rock without any effort to make them look like separate sites, other than utilities. There is more in and out on that side. To the east, where we were (site 158A, I think), the sites are crammed and very transient. We were across from the laundry room, which had traffic in and out often. But worse than that, there was a school and (I came to find out) a technology center behind us. That meant school bells every hour during the week, and a generator that ran noisily for about an hour every Monday morning. (except when it went haywire and went off twice in one night.) The laundry room was small for the park and masks weren't even advised, much less enforced. The dryers were less than efficient, as well. We would consider staying here again. We liked St. George, the pool was great, and the staff was wonderful. We would just request a site on the south side of the main building.…
The owner of Temple Hill RV telephoned me today re my critical review of his park. He seemed sincere and apologized for any misunderstanding re our assigned site which he agreed was not appealing. He felt, however, that our site was not representative of other sites. He stated the park does not advertise itself as grassy with trees with which I will agree and will resend from my prior review. He stated none of the parks in St. George have trees or grass because of the desert climate.
Temple View RV Resort may be one of the worst resorts we almost stayed at. Upon arriving for our reservation we were greeted by a friendly and helpful young lady. We were then taken to our assigned RV space which was at the far end of the property in a gravel area which was very unlevel and looked like a gravel RV storage yard.. It was a block or so from the clubhouse and pool which we did not see because we did not accept the site and our deposit was refunded without problem. It you are looking for a somewhat secluded grassy RV park with trees shade and space...THIS IS NOT THE PARK FOR YOU. We have traveled extensively and this may be the worst RV park in terms of physical beauty that we have ever seen. Sorry for the poor review...but it's true!