Richfield KOA – Other reviewers at rvparkreviews.com
The Lowe’s overall rating (based on value for the
money, quality of amenities and utilities, site suitability
and what we think other RV’ers in our situation would
be looking for) = 7 out of 10 stars
Noise level and overall “feel” of the park?
This campground was fairly busy for a “non-tourist” location,
obviously a stopover for people traveling through, as many
seemed to stay overnight only. It was a nice looking park and
had lots of trees and no exterior road noise since it was located
at the end of a residential street. The new owners are really
trying to tidy the place up, and they’re doing a good job. We
were here over the Memorial weekend, and it turned out to be
a fine place to hide out from the national park crowds we had
been exposed to during the past few weeks.
Road and site access/type?
Gravel interior roads and sites. Access into pull-through sites
was easy, and it looked like access into the back-in sites was
also a cinch.
Sites spacious and/or level? Comments?
Spacing was tight, with small lawn areas between each site.
Length of the pull-through sites was good, we were able to easily
park our car behind the motorhome. The pull-through sites in
our section were very close to level, and most of the others we
looked at had few leveling blocks in use.
Utilities and WiFi/cell reception?
We were happy to get a good Verizon signal here, after lousy
service in Torrey and at Bryce Canyon NP. Our phones and
hotspot worked well. The campground provided WiFi but we
didn’t get a chance to try it out. The 50-amp power and water
pressure were strong.
Picnic table and/or fire pit?
Picnic table only. We saw only one site in our area with a fire
pit, site B3. It would be nice if they’d upgrade all sites with a
fire pit, in our opinion. Maybe not possible because the sites
are so small there would be a smoke problem.
The men’s bathroom was being renovated, but what I saw of
it showed it’s looking very nice with high-quality tile and
fixtures. The laundry room was small and crowded with 8
washers, 8 dryers and a tiny folding table.
Dogs had to be on-leash, of course, but there were some
grassy areas in addition to the grass around the sites. There
was also a “dog park” area for off-leash exercise, but it was
gravel and didn’t look very appealing for the doggies.
Bicycle/walking trails nearby?
Nothing right out of the park, which was located in a
residential area and adjacent to a mobile home park. Folks
could could ride out the gate and into town, but there were
no recreational trails around.
Groceries & other services nearby?
The Linn’s market was well-stocked and just over a mile
away by car. There was also a Super Walmart in town and a
Home Depot. Really no large businesses to handle RV
repairs, although we were told there was a mobile RV repair
We’re not big KOA fans, but this park was one of the nicer
ones we’ve visited during the past few months. The many
mature trees would be a blessing during summer months.
We just wish the site spacing was better, in which case it would
get a higher rating. Most sites didn’t have fire pits. Either
have fire pits or don’t have fire pits! We discovered too late
that we could have gotten a site with a fire pit. If they don’t
mention that at check-in time it doesn’t do us much good. We
stayed in site B4, but B3 had a fire pit and a large patio/grass
area – get that site if you can.