We only planned to stay one night, as we were enroute to south Utah, to visit Zion National Park. The owner was very accommodating, as we arrived a little late, and cheerfully assisted me when we checked in. The park was adequate, and probably wasn't showing itself as well as it would in later months, when it would be more "spring" than "winter". There was a very nice area at the back end of the park to walk the dogs -- they appreciated having a little room to walk on something other than pavement and gravel. The one downside was as we circled around the outskirts of the park to return to our rig, there was one obviously long term camper who did not pick up after their dog -- quite a "mine field" behind their rig. Other than that area (which was easy to avoid in subsequent walks with the dogs), everything was fine. We would stay there again as an overnight stop.