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This seems to be the nicest rv park in the area. Be advised that it takes about 20 minutes to get to the entrance to Zion National Park, but no big deal. Each of the pull through sites has grass and a tree, so even though your neighbors are close, it doesn't feel too tight. If you ask the front desk about satellite tv reception, they are knowledgeable enough to ask if your dish is in the front, middle or back. Ours was perfect, and this park has great wifi reception, probably the best I can remember of the many parks we have visited.

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It's hard to book a site at Kodachrome Basin state park. I was able to secure a reservation by checking back every day for 2 weeks, and a site for one night opened up. I had been here years ago, and thought this was the prettiest campground anywhere around Bryce. Nice hikes in the park, very quiet, and only 20 minutes from the entrance to Bryce. It is located about 9 miles off the main highway on a paved, 2 lane well maintianed road.

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This is my idea of what an RV Park should be. When I asked the girl at the front desk for a site with a view, she asked if I would prefer a front view or back view. We got a clean, very spacious site with a gorgeous view of Lake Powell out our front window. The natural desert landscape has been preserved around each site, so it feels almost like a scenic national forest campground, but with full hookups. My only small complaint is the advertised wifi barely works, even at the store/checkin area.

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Not many options in this area, and this was the only place I saw with hookups, so it gets busy and requires reservations. We got a nice clean site with a view out our front window of the nearby canyon wall. WiFi is pretty much unusable, as was our cable tv. There is good satellite tv reception if you have it, but I wanted to watch an ABC sports program (go Warriors!) and Utah is out of my viewing area for local channels, so I really wanted to get the cable working. Lots of credit to the security/maintenance man Albert! He is Navajo, the nicest guy you'll ever meet, and worked for over an hour trying to resolve the cable problems. Not much success, but I really appreciated the effort. This seems like the place to stay in Monument Valley.

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We stayed here for 3 nights while playing around the great parks near Moab. GPS is needed to find the park, no signs on the highway. It seems that it might be quieter than many of the RV parks here, being about 4 miles south of town. Most sites have small trees and grass between them with a picnic table. For our site, parking was a bit tight for the toad and my 30' coach, even though the toad was angled in beside. Park appears to be clean and well maintained, but we don't use any public showers or restrooms.

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We stayed at this RV Park in Delta, Utah on our way to Moab. If you are coming from the west on Hwy. 50, be advised there was no sign visible. It was easy to spot beside the highway during the day, but you might miss it at night. Mostly back-in sites, many are smaller, but there are 4 or 5 pull through sites close to the highway that are big enough to keep the toad hooked up. No one in the office at 5:00pm, so self check-in. Overall clean looking park, road noise not bad. There is a train track across the highway, but didn't hear any trains at night time.

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As others have stated, this is a parking lot with lines drawn to identify the spaces, and full hook ups. Cheapest rate I have ever paid for FHU's, and I think that's why others have given higher reviews. The staff was friendly, but this parking lot is very exposed to the adjacent neighborhood with no fences, and gets a fair amount of foot and car traffic coming close by. Spaces are not long enough to keep a toad attached. I moved my Jeep toad right beside my rig because I was concerned about a break-in at night. Perhaps an over-reaction, but next time I'll stay in one of the other parks in the area.

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I was able to get a site here on short notice when all of Yosemite was booked. The other reviews describe the amenities pretty well, and yes, it's a bit dusty with lots of trees. But I enjoy the trees, it still feels like you are camping but have full hookups. Although the park entrance is only about 20 miles away, the valley floor is at least an hour, with Glacier Point another 40 minutes after that. But when Yosemite is booked, you take what you can get.

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This is a small RV Park located right in the town of June Lake. It's the third RV park I have tried on the June Lake Loop (the other 2 were Silver Lake Resort and Pine Cliff Resort), and to be honest, I don't think any of them are great, although the area is awesome. You are pretty much parked side by side on a gravel lot, with some trees to provide shade. WiFi is advertised, but the signal was so weak that it was unusable. But the hosts were, without doubt, the nicest I have ever encountered! And the park has a very friendly vibe of mostly retired folks, so that might make it attractive for some people.

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This RV Park is located about a half hour from the west entrance to Yosemite National Park on Highway 140. It seems to be a popular spot for RVer's that can't get a site in the park with lots of rental RVs. Even when the park is crazy in the summer, I was able to find an open spot on several different dates. It gets hot here in the summer, about 95 degrees in July. This park would not be considered a destination in itself, but can work as a home base for ventures into the park. Just be aware that the valley floor is about 45-60 minutes away, with other points like Tuolumme Meadows much further. Also, due to a rock slide years ago, there are 2 'temporary' bridges on Highway 140 with a total length limit of 65 feet. If you drive a motorhome and tow a dinghy, you can drive them separately and hook up after the detour, which I did. It appears that the detour will remain in place for years to come.

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I chose this park because of it's elevation, at 8,000 feet. While the town of Bishop was 95 degrees in July, the high was about 82 degrees during the day, and cooled down nicely at night. Every other park with hookups is much lower and hotter. The park itself is just OK, although the surrounding area is pretty. No WiFi, cable, or phone connection with Verizon because it is set in a deep canyon. I came to this area in order to take a day trip to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine forest, about an hour away, but there is good fishing in the area too. Be aware that there is a very long, steep grade with sections at 8% to get here, going from 4,000 feet to 8,000 feet in about 10 miles.

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Nice older small RV park across from Patrick's Point State Park. Very nice owners, and the grounds are nicely landscaped. You can tell they take pride in keeping a nice, clean, quiet place. Sites are fairly close together, but at least we had a row of plants to separate us from our neighbors, and we backed up to a pretty forest. Watch out for deep drainage ditches across the road, as others have noted. A good location with the park and the town of Trinidad close by, and Redwoods National Park about a half hour north. Would return.

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A new and undiscovered RV park located on the Avenue of the Giants, about 5 miles north of the most scenic and popular sections of the park. We stayed for 2 nights a few days before Fourth of July, and were the only ones here on the 2nd night. Very nice owner and staff, easy pull through sites with room for our 31 foot coach plus toad, very clean and well maintained. Park is basically an open meadow with paved sites and no trees, which could be considered a plus or minus after spending all day hiking in the shady redwoods. Low water pressure and no cable, but we got a strong satellite signal from a portable dish when parked in one of the middle pull though sites. Will definitely return.

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Very nice, well maintained park. Everything was clean, all sites have gravel pads. Friendly staff. Our site was 30 amp service, which is fine for us. This is a good location with 6 golf courses, great alpine hiking at nearby Gold Lakes Basin, and Plumas Eureka State Park all a short drive away. Only negatives were poor wi-fi only at the laundry area, and the nearby trains that announced their presence 3 times during the night.

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Over all nice, older park in a secluded location on the California coast. You won't get here by accident! Sites are grassy and clean. Short drive to Point Arenas area, with a lighthouse, beautiful coast line, and good restaurant by the fishing pier. Negatives are poor wi-fi and very few cable tv channels. Be sure to head the road recommendations on their web site. Highway One to the south is spectacular, but narrow and curvy with sheer drops to the ocean.