From the bloggers at The Fit RV.
Even though James and I spend much of our time dry camping in our RV “Lance”, every few days into each trip we like to to head back to civilization. I can only “rough” it so long. In these instances we head to modern RV parks where we can get a good hot (and long) shower, replenish our water supply, have a night with unlimited electricity, and maybe even a gym workout if we’re lucky. Our stop at Willow Wind RV Park in Hurricane, Utah was just that.
Willow Wind has a great location, with lots of outdoor activities close by. Zion National Park is a short drive, and there are a couple state reservoirs nearby, too. It’s in the heart of Hurricane which the locals pronounce “Herkin,” and gets a chuckle out of me every time I hear it. There are restaurants, Walgreen’s, and groceries within reasonable walking distance. Willow Wind has a lot of full-timers here and stays pretty busy, so reservations are probably a good idea year round. Overall the park has a pleasant atmosphere and is well-kept and quiet. The spots each have a nice grassy area, and there are lots of trees around.
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