You will enjoy your stay at this site because it is filled with shady trees from the forest you are camping in.
The Virgin River also runs next to the park and large Cottonwoods trees turn stunning shades in the fall months that should not be missed. Most of the actual campsites are located in an open area with moderate to full sunlight, so be prepared for your stay to be hot in the summer months. If you bring your dog, you will want to make sure they have a cool spot to stay and they have access to plenty of drinking water. It is important to note that the campsite does not specify whether or not dogs can camp at with location with you.
You have access to fresh drinking water, restrooms with flushing toilets, and a picnic area with tables, firepits, and a dump station. There are no hookup stations, cable, WiFi, or showers at this location. You are allowed to bring a generator and use it during certain times of the day.
Staying at this campground is all about the nearby hiking trails throughout the national park. There are three trails that are accessible right from the campsite, two of which at moderate hikes throughout the woods and one that is a paved trail for walking and biking that runs next to the river. Dogs are only allowed to walk on the paved trail. If you are a little more adventurous, there are tons of rock climbing sites in the canyon as well.
Overall, South Campground is an ideal spot if you are looking for seclusion, a quiet and relaxing location, and a site that is located in a national park with tons of hiking trails and natural wonder!