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This is the only campground in "town" now that the Native Americans are redoing theirs. The office/store staff were efficient and helpful. They arranged for us to have two WiFi access codes, $3 per day each, so we could each download over 300 messages. The campground has dirt roads and dirt sites and a great view of Monument Valley through a rock "Window." Sunrises would be great if you get up early enough. The pool is indoors, which in midsummer and mid-winter is great. I have been here in August and at 104 degrees the pool was enjoyable to watch the grand kids swim. The campground also arranges tours of Monument Valley and has a very nice museum at the Trading Post next to the Lodge. They also run a restaurant, gas station, grocery store and small airport.

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Tight is the operative word at this downtown campground. Neither we nor our neighbor could put out our awnings and our 4 slides barely made it. We saw quite a few big rigs and our 37" fifth wheel is not small, but we were able to place ourselves on our small pad with one pull through and one backing adjustment. Now parking our truck was another matter, we had to back it in under the hitch parallel to the front road. Moab is the Mecca of off-roading and the campground was full of barely street legal Jeeps with questionable mufflers. Quiet time seemed to be well respected, but after biking or 4 wheeling all day who wants to party all night and if you do there are places within walking distance for that kind of fun. We were there during part of Utah's Spring Break but the kids were quiet and respectful. This is a great place for pop-ups and tenter's, they have a very nice area for them to camp. Dish washing sinks are located just outside each restroom and in the laundry. WiFi was great but then we were only 20' from the antenna.

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15 RV sites with more being built and 12 cabins, 2 with additions in 2007 and some rented seasonally. Sites and roads are gravel. Some sites are water & electric only and the dump station is very close to one of the cabins. If Canyon lake regains its maximum level there is a swimming hole and place to launch canoes into a creek feeding the Guadalupe River and then the lake about a mile away. Tall rigs need to carefully watch tree branches.