Could have stayed home to hear the constant hum of the A/C units on the motor homes day and night as well as the construction noise going on across the river beginning at 7 am and continuing all day. Campsites were too close together offering no privacy and no shade. All vegetation and trees are blocked off, you are only able to use the small graveled areas that are infested with ants. Not just a minor ant infestation but an epic infestation, they were in everything, on everything and biting everyone. Miserable.
I felt that the rangers I spoke with were abrupt and unfriendly when asked a question. If you are planning a trip to Zion, I recommend that you do not take pets (even though the campground allows them) unless you are planning on spending your entire trip in your campground as pets are not allowed in the park and should not be left in the campground unattended unless you would like to be cited by the local police. I would not stay at the Watchman campground again and do not recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Consists of 228 campsites with restrooms. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Watchman Campground Hotel Zion National Park