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Very nice park, near town, staff very helpful, laundry, hot tub on top of a building with great view of mountains. Stayed for 3 days same time last year. Will return next year if in area.

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This is a great park with friendly helpful staff. Lots of activities. Yes there are trees and hills, you are after all in the mountains. Lots of sites for large rigs: we are 37 feet.

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We stayed in 37 footer with 4 slides: backed up to the lake. The staff was very helpful. Appears a lot of work is being done. The lots are clean. We will come back again.

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We stayed in 37' 5th Wheel. Site level, staff very friendly. The wi-fi was very good. Will stay here again when in area. Regular rate $24, Passport America rate is 1$2.00. Very clean and well kept.

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We had a very nice time. Everyone very nice, no ants or bugs. The sites have plenty of room. We will return again.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We stayed three nights. Very nice park, very clean, with large level sites. No cable but good TV reception. Owners very friendly and helpful. If in area will return here.

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Very unique. Lots of things for families with children. Nice store and restaurant. Staff friendly.

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Very friendly and helpful staff, clean and well kept. Beautiful view. Would camp here again if in the area.

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Calling this campground paradise is a joke. it is a dump with several old campers that belong in the junk yard and broken wood laying around. There is absolutely no grass and to charge $1 a day for our dog (who we clean up after) is an insult. The man in the office was rude. That was the last straw. We pulled right back out. I would rather stay in WalMart's parking lot. We were told $12 a night when we made our reservations. $1 additional a day for the dog and $1 for 50amp. The man at the office wanted $13 and when I commented on the difference, he said we could go to KOA and pay $40 a night.