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Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
Unfortunately most of the sites are very narrow and/or short, have dips and slope. Most units had blocks to jack up one side or the front to level. Sites in the center are too narrow to use your awning and slides. Your neighbor's sewer connection is right next to your picnic table. Also beware that half their sites with electric are only 30 amp. We reserved a 50 amp site and were assigned site 31 two months ago when I made the reservation. When arriving we were sent to site 43 and didn't know it was 30 amp until after parking. When asked about why we were switched, I was told by the park manager that "you don't need 50 amp because you don't need to run both ac units". There were at least five other 50 amp sites empty but I was told they were not available to us even though we arrived at 3:30 PM. We were unable to level our rig after many tries and moving it several times. In desperation, I went back to the office and asked for another empty site and the request was denied. I sent a polite email to the park manager asking for an explanation. For my efforts I received a nasty phone message instead of an apology or some sort of restitution for the bad customer service. There are several other nice campgrounds in the area and you will be much happier there. We camped at Thousand Lakes RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
No decent grocery stores in this area so stock up before coming unless you want to pay 6 bucks for a small box of Cheerios. Many good restaurants here though. Capitol Reef NP is jaw dropping beautiful and worth the trip!