Reasons To Stay In A Park Model RV

Apr 28, 2021

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If you are looking for a KOA campground with a scenic and convenient location to Bryce Canyon National Park, I can’t say enough good things about our experience at Cannonville/ Bryce Valley KOA Holiday.

This KOA can accommodate an assortment of camping comfort levels from tent camping and RV camping, to cabin options ranging from “camping” to deluxe.

As an added bonus for overnight guests, there are scenic views of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Bureau of Land Management.

We spent 3 nights at the Cannonville/Bryce Valley KOA Holiday. It was a great base camp to explore both Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park.

We were on a pretty tight schedule due to the nature of our 7-day road trip from Las Vegas to multiple National Parks. If we had more time we could have easily stayed a week at this location and not run out of local places to explore each day. 

After a long day of hiking and exploring it was so nice to come back to a place that continued the feel of outdoor adventure but with amenities.


The Cannonville/Bryce Canyon KOA Holiday has a variety of lodging options for your stay.

  • Tent camping
  • RV camping
  • Camping Cabin
  • Deluxe Cabin


According to Go RVing Park Model RVs (sometimes referred to deluxe Cabins or Cottages) are unique units that provide temporary accommodations for recreation, camping or seasonal use.

We love to stay in Park Model RVs because it’s the best of both worlds with the amenities of a cabin and a camping vibe when we are traveling to multiple destinations.

Park Model RVs are designed to look like a home, but they need to be hooked up to site electricity, sewer, and water like any RV.  They may have a front porch, a sleeping loft and are a great way to experience the campground lifestyle if you don’t have an RV or all the gear that goes with tent camping. 

KOA calls this style of Park Model RV a “deluxe cabin” but they are known in the RV Industry as Park Model RVs.


This deluxe cabin can sleep up to 6 people and has a 2-night minimum. No pets or tents are permitted on these cabin sites.

It was easy to achieve our optimal temperature inside with air conditioning, heat, and ceiling fans in each of the main rooms.


Each of the bedrooms had a queen-size bed with pocket doors for additional privacy. The main bedroom also had a television with a digital antenna for local stations.

There were storage areas in each bedroom for you to put your suitcase on top of or place your items in.

All of the linens and towels are provided for your stay in the deluxe cabin so that you don’t have the hassle of packing bedding.

There are two reading lights above each bed and an abundance of outlets to plug in your phones and additional electronics.

There was also a charging station that folded down from the wall of each bedroom with plenty of outlets and USB ports.


The kitchen in the deluxe cabin has all of the basics covered if you want to cook meals during your stay.

Amennities in the Kitchen Area:

  • Refrigerator
  • Cooktop
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Cookware/Utensils
  • Dishware/Utensils
  • Table/Chairs
  • Coffee Maker with coffee provided (you can purchase additional coffee at the camp store)

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