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There have been a number of improvements to Cathedral Gorge State Park since the last time we were here. The showers in both bathrooms have been remodeled, clean and quite usable. The park now has electrical service at all sites (20, 30, 50 amp) and the voltage was strong. Dry camping cost $17 and $27 for sites electricity. The interior road and sites are on packed gravel. There are 4 or 5 long pull thru sites. The sites were fairly level with some adjustments front to back. The utility box was on the appropriate side. Threaded water spigots are scattered throughout the park but not at each sites. Each site had a fire ring, BBQ stand and a picnic table. The length of the sites varied. Dump station with potable water was located just beyond the visitor center. Verizon cell phone reception was good, but Verizon air card reception was sporadic. This is a beautiful campground surrounded by the cathedral gorges. We would come back to this campground. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Since the population of Baker, NV was around 50, I did not have high expectations for this campground. The entire campground including the sites is on packed large rocks making it very rocky to drive through the park. We had a difficult time leveling our rig. The electrical utilities looked like they were fairly new (20/30/50 amp) and the voltage was good. The sites used to be back to back now just one rig per site. This was probably the reason why there were a number of sewer outlets available for use at each site. The water spigot was very low to the ground and located in the front of the site. We needed 30 feet of water hose to reach our rig. There were a few picnic tables and fire rings scattered around the park. Almost all of the trees needed pruning to the point where we had to zig zag around the park to avoid the low hanging branches. The bathhouse contained (2) showers per gender. The laundry room contains (2) washers @ $1.50 per load and (2) dryers also @ $1.50. There were other washers and dryers but they were reserved for the employees. Both the bathhouse and laundry rooms were clean and usable. WiFi was available within the park but definitely not usable. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. Overall, considering the location, it is not a bad park. I believe that this is the only FHU campground within the town of Baker. Just be aware that this is a "rustic" park.

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This is not a bad campground for an overnight stay. You have a choice of dry camping or FHU. Dry camping is free but this is also a trucker's parking lot as well. There is an upper campground (closest to the road) cost $22 and the lower campground cost $24. Both campgrounds have FHU. All of the utilities worked well in the upper campground. The voltage was OK - maybe a bit low if everyone was using their air conditioners. There was a mixture of back-in and pull-thrus. The pull-thru sites were long enough to accommodate a class A with a tow. The interior roads and sites were on asphalt. The roads were in need of repair. Most of the sites were fairly level. You are allowed to use the hotel's pool and spa. The bathroom contained (3) showers and were clean and usable. There was (2) washers @ $1.50 and (2) dryers @ $1.50. We can't comment on them since we did not use them. The bathrooms and check in was located in the lower campground. WiFi was available but not usable. Overall it was a good experience. We would return to this campground when we are in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Riverside RV Park is nice as long as you focus on the first three rows. The first row are the back-in sites that have water and electric only. The next two rows are pull-thrus sites that have FHU. The pull-thru sites have a strip of concrete and a strip of grass giving it a spacious look. There are two sections to the back-in sites (Golf Course and Green Belt). Golf Course (sites 1 thru 10) has a make shift utility service. The electrical service was fastened to the picket fence and some lines were on the ground. Each site is connected to a green water line also attached to the picket fence. I sure hope this green hose was approved for drinking. We chose not to use this hose for drinking water. The Golf Course sites were fairly long but definitely not level. We have seen many RV's bottom out trying to get into the site. The Green Belt sites were shorter in length and have the typical pedestal arrangement. Beyond the first three rows are the long term residents. The sites are "side by side" and are extremely tight. Some of the rigs look that they have been abandoned but people are living in them. There is a lot of "junk" surrounding the sites. Multiple cars per site parked haphazardly. Not a pretty site. The bathhouse had 4 showers per gender and (8) washers @ $1.50 and (8) dryers @ $1.50 for 60 minutes. The bathrooms were clean but starting to show their age. WiFi was available but not very usable. You would need to go to the office for good reception. Verizon air card and phone reception was good. There is a dump station within the park. Some of the trees need to be pruned. Considering this is an inner city campground, some leeway should be made. However, I do think that management should have tighter controls on what is allowed on a site as well as the condition of the rigs. This is probably the best campground in the area. Remember that this campground is located in Garden City not Boise. We would come back being aware of what to expect.

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Very little has changed since we were here about 4 years ago. This is a great overnight campground. It is also worth spending a day or two exploring the area. There are a number of interesting state parks such as Malad Gorge, Hagerman Fossil Bed NM and Box Canyon in the area. All of the interior roads and sites within High Adventure RV Park are on volcanic rock. All sites are pull-thrus, extremely long and fairly level. They can accommodate almost any size rig. Every site is separated by a wide swatch of grass. Most of the sites are shaded provided by the mature trees. Some of them need a little pruning. The first row has water and electric, the second row has FHU's. There was a dump station but it appears to no longer be in use. During our stay the FHU row was filled with seasonal residents. The electrical box contained 30 and 20 amp plugs. The voltage was good. The utility box and water spigot was on the appropriate side. There are (2) bathrooms each containing a shower. They were clean and usable. There is (1) washer and (1) dryer costing $0.75 each. There are neither picnic tables nor fire rings on the sites. WiFi was available and usable. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. It was very quiet at night. This is an excellent campground to kick back and relax. We will come back to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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There have been a few changes since we were last here. The showers have been updated and now actually usable. The also constructed a huge sporting event center about a mile away from the fairgrounds. All of the interior roads are on dirt and the sites are on grass. The sites are not level (in either position). All sites are back-ins with water and electric. The 30 amp electrical service was strong. A dump station with non-potable water was also available. The bathhouse has 6 showers per gender and was clean. Picnic tables, fire rings, 50 amp electrical service and Wi-Fi were not available. There was some road noise from the freeway. It can be very dusty if the winds kick in. We would stay at this fairground if we come back to Pocatello. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Elk Creek National Recreation Area (NRA) and Black Canyon of the Gunnison campgrounds no longer grants 50% discounts on all camp sites when using a Senior Access Pass. Instead these parks grant a 50% discount on "non electric" (dry) then tacks on a fixed utility fee. The cost of a camp site with electricity can be up to $14 per night. Still a bargain. I'm sure the fine print has all of the details but I could not find it. Also be aware that the boat tour on the Curecanti River no longer accepts the Senior Pass. The boat tour cost $24 per person. Elk Creek NRA has four loops with only loop D having electricity, the rest of the loops have no hookups. All of the interior roads and sites are on asphalt and are very narrow. Loop D also has a concrete pad. The electrical box contains 20/30/50 amp service. The voltage hovered around 117. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. Fire wood is not available for purchase within this park. There are (2) bathrooms within loop D, the rest of the loops have (1). The park does not have a shower room. There are showers by the boat marina and managed by a concessionaire. The cost is $3.00 for 10 minutes. The showers were nasty looking; would not consider using them. The dump station and fresh water is located just before the kiosk. All of the bathrooms also have a fresh water spigot but you would need a very long hose to reach it. The sites vary in length and width. Some sites can fit a RV, a tow and a boat. There is also a swimming area just beyond loop B. The camp hosts enforce the 10 PM quiet hour. We would come back to this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot RV.

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This is really a nice campground but you must be 55 or older to stay at this park. In addition no overnight stays by children or visitors under age 55. There are other rules, such a strict 5 miles per hour within the park. If you can live with these rules then this is a great park to be in. The park is located within Gunnison city limits. The interior roads and sites are on pack pea gravel. The streets are very wide. The pull thrus are staggered "side to side" and the back in sites are a little wider than the pull thrus. All sites have 50/30/15 amp electrical service, FHU and a picnic table. The voltage was hovering around 119 volts. There was no problem in getting the rig leveled. The majority of the residents stay there for at least 3 months or more. However, all of the sites were kept tidy. There are (2) bathrooms with a shower in the club house. The laundry room had (3) washers at $1.25 and (3) dryers at $0.75 for 30 minutes. The club house, laundry room and bathroom were spotless. There is also (2) dog runs. There are weekly pot lucks, card games and scheduled ATV rides. The park Wifi was excellent. Verizon air card and phone reception was also good. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely return to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This is a nice campground in between Canon City and Pueblo West on US 50, MM 298. The interior roads and sites are on packed gravel and are fairly level. The utility box contains 50/30/15 amp electrical service. The voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. The water and utility box is located on the appropriate side. The sewer is located at the back of the site. There are 7 W/E and 7 dry sites, the rest of the sites are FHU. All sites are pull-thrus and can accommodate a large rig. The well water contains a lot of iron and the owners recommend either using sediment filter or fill your water tanks before arrival. Each site has a picnic table and there is a large dog run. The campground WiFi reception was strong (at least from our site). Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The office has a book exchange and number of DVDs to borrow. The bathrooms are clean but in need of remodeling. Each bathroom has 3 showers. There is also a pool that is not heated but very refreshing. The laundry room has (3) washers at $1.50 per load and (3) dryers at $1.50. This is a great park for an overnight stay. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Some of the camp loops are on a bluff while other loops are close the water's edge. All of the interior roads are on asphalt and are hilly. The sites are on crushed asphalt and rocks. Due to the terrain, some sites sloop more than others. The electrical box consists of 50/30/15 amp electrical service. The voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. This was surprising since it was very hot and all of the rigs were using AC. Both the utility box and water spigot was located at the back of the site. All sites were back-in except for one site. All of the sites can accommodate a large rig and there was an area within the site to park a boat. All sites have a fire ring, BBQ stand and a picnic table. The one dump station is located at the entrance of the park. Fresh water is also available there. The bathroom and showers were clean but not very appealing. The park also has a boat launch, swim, and a number of playground areas. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The gates to the park are closed from 10 PM until 6 AM. It was very quiet at night. We would come back to this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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There is nothing special about this campground. What it does have going for it is location. I believe that this is only park within downtown Independence. The interior roads are on asphalt and all sites are on cement. All sites are back-ins except for 4 sites. All sites have FHU with the utility boxes containing 15, 30 and 50 amps. The voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. The electrical box and water spigot are close to each other and are located in the appropriate location. The sewer is located closer to the back of the site. The sites appear to be fairly level and can accommodate large rigs. All sites have a picnic table and there is a communal fire pit near the office. There is a laundry room with (3) washers costing $1 and (3) dryers costing $1per load. The laundry room was very clean. There is also a bathroom with (1) private shower and (2) shower heads in another area per gender. Both showers are separated by a curtain. The bathroom was fairly clean but not very appealing. WiFi was spotty, some days it was strong other days it was weak. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. There is some railroad noise. Follow the directions on the web site - not your GPS. The web site directs you to the campground via truck routes. Many of the local streets are narrow. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. We would come back to this campground.

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Although this campground has over 22 sites, only 4-5 sites are available for traveling RVer's. The rest of the sites are being used by long term residents. The park has the look and feel of a mobile park. Some sites have a lot of "stuff" around their area. The park still looks OK, but it can easily get out of hand. All available sites have FHU, some are pull-thus. The utility box contains 50/30 electrical amperage and the location of the box varies from site to site. The voltage was hovering around 122 volts even with all of the air conditioners running. Our water connection was shared between two rigs, but other sites did not. The interior roads and sites were on packed gravel and some sites had a small concrete patio area. The sites appear to be fairly level. There is a small work out room with a stair master and weights. There is one bathroom with shower for the entire park located within the laundry room. There are (2) washers at $1.50 and (2) dryers at $1.50. The WiFi was very good but that may depend upon where your site is. Verizon air card and phone reception was good. The campground is very quiet. The park is about 4 miles from St. Joseph making it a very good location. The Patee house is an excellent museum. We would come back to this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This campground is a 55+ park and you should call to reserve a site. The owners are semi-retired and may not be at the campground. The correct phone number is 660-596-1174. The campground has about 28 sites, most sites have 30 amps, and the rest have 50 amp electrical services. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. That might change if the park was filled. Picnic tables are available. The electrical box, water and sewer are all located in the middle of the site. The sewer was in between the electrical box and water spigot. There is a bathroom with 3 showers per gender. There is also a laundry room, but it was not open during our stay. The campground was basically an open area with a few trees on crushed stones. The sites were very level. Most of the sites are back-ins but there are a few pull-thru's. All of the sites can accommodate a large rig. The entry way to the park is very narrow; you will need to swing wide in order to clear the curbs. WiFi was available and the reception was good. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was also good. Cable TV was not available The campground is very quiet at night. We would definitely come back if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Binder City Park is a small campground with 17 sites all within one loop. As you enter the campground the camp host site is on your left side. There is a steep short hill (one way) to climb before you see the first camp site. The interior road is on asphalt and all sites are on concrete. Most of the sites are fairly level. At the time of our stay, 2 of the sites were being used by long term residents. All sites have a covered picnic area and fire ring. There is a bathhouse with 2 showers per gender. There was (2) washers costing $1.00 and (2) dryers costing $0.50 per load. All of the sites except the first 3 were under a canopy of trees. For the most part they were well trimmed. All sites have 50/30/15 amp electrical service. The voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. The electrical box is situated at the back of the site. The sewer is located behind the electrical box. None of the water spigots are located within or near a site. I needed 70 feet of hose to connect to my fresh water outlet. I used 25 feet of sewer hose to reach the sewer. Some sites need even more hoses. The park does not have WiFi. Our Verizon cell phone was roaming instead of broadband. Verizon air card had good reception. There was some train noise but it was not bad. Reservations are recommended during the summer months. We would come back to this campground. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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After passing the kiosk, sites 1 thru 25 are on the left and sites 26 - 56 are on the right side. The left side loop appears more crowed and there is a canopy of trees that encompass many of the sites. There is a play area and a bathhouse with one shower per gender also within the left side loop. Most people like this loop because you can see the Mississippi river. The right side loop has fewer trees, more in the open and no view of the river. There is a vault toilet within both loops. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Water spigots are also scattered around both loops. There are two dump stations with fresh water just before the kiosk. All sites have 50/30/15 amp electrical service and the electrical voltage was good - hovering around 122 volts. The interior roads are on asphalt and the sites are on concrete. The sites are fairly level but the length of the sites vary. Some are long enough for a large rig (without a tow) while others barely fit a small class C. All sites are back-ins. There is an active train that runs sporadically throughout the day and night. These trains run slowly so the noise is not too bad. Road noise quiets down in the evening. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. Overall, this is a nice campground. We have a 32 5th wheel.