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A very good place to stop for the night. Sites are a little narrow and gravel, but they are long enough for our big rig. And they are flat. Utilities were fine, no problem and the internet was good. A little tight maybe, but certainly not enough to be a problem. The gas station on the corner has truck lanes and cheap (er) diesel. And the Pizza Plus a mile away had some of the best pizzas ever. We would stay here again, no problem!

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This park was a pleasure. Easy access, long pull throughs, well placed utilities, friendly owners, this place has it all. The showers/restrooms looked nice from the outside, but we never use them. Only missed a 10 because the Tengo internet is very poor and was a constant struggle. But we certainly would stay here again.

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This is a new park, well designed and laid out. Lots of easy roads, no tight corners, and no trees. Long paved pull through sites. Super fast WiFi. Large store and common facilities. Did not use the pool/spa, but they looked great. No road noise that we noticed. Only point of is that all sites are sloped, but they have leveled the middle part so for most people it is OK. More of an issue if you have a big rig. We certainly will stay here the next time we are in this area.

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If you drive a big rig and get here the first time you'll wonder if you made a mistake coming here. But then, there is enough room, you check in, and head to your site. Again, you wonder if you made a mistake. But then you notice that you actually have plenty of room and park your rig. Then you notice it has 50 amp. Then you notice it also has cable (you won't get satellite), and water, and sewer. Then take a walk around and see the beautiful lake, Mt Shasta looming overhead, and you'll appreciate being here. We will come back.

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One of the few parks I'll give a 10. Beautiful layout, excellent grounds keeping, reasonably sized sites, free shuttle to town or casino, a beautiful indoor pool and hot tub, the works. Only $33 if you have or get a players card. I wish there were more parks like this one! We will be back again. BTW, the casino seafood buffet (Thursdays) is worth the $21.

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Actually a much nicer park than what I expected. And the cost:: $20 a night for full hookups! I would have expected a park that is in a tourist area with all amenities to charge more. A visit to Antelope Canyon should be mandatory, it's beautiful. Site are gravel, a little slope-y but watching how you park your rig helps. Had good Verizon and satellite. We'd stay here again!

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One of the few parks I give a 10 to. Obviously well designed and laid out, easy entry and access to sites. Sites are fine gravel and level, and all the amenities are there and work. The office is a nice place, and the Bar and Grill nice enough to attract customers from outside the park. All the park personnel we met were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if ever in this area.

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OK, so this is a tight park and if you drive a big rig you may need help from others to get into your site. And yes, it is tight. But if you are a Thousand Trails member and elect for the more extensive sites (like we did, $5 a day) it is still a good deal. The park personnel were friendly, and all of Las Vegas is a short drive away. And don't forget Red Rock Canyon, or Valley of Fire.

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Nice park, reasonably close in to the city. But if it is windy, you get it all since this is at the top of a ridge. Not the park's fault. Better signage going in to the park would help, as you get the impression you are entering a dead end street from the highway. We did enjoy our stay and would stay here again if we are back in this area.

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A great overnight stop. Close to I-10, but not too noisy. Good wide concrete roads, long concrete pull-throughs. Rate shown is Passport America.

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Very friendly owners and office staff. Close in location, great for a quick trip to New Orleans. Nice restaurants in the area. However, the park was old, the roads narrow, the spaces narrow. A bit of a push for a big motor home towing. We had rain, and there were puddles everywhere. Our sewer connection was totally under water. Lots of mud off of the pavement. Rate shown is a monthly rate. We would stay here again, but there may be other places we have to check out. But the only ones we've seen next to us was a real dumpy place.

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We were here during the heavy flooding, and we had water all around our coach. But you can't blame the park; they did their best to get us comfortable. All utilities worked fine, no problems. Our smart phone (Verizon) worked fine, but our Verizon Modem couldn't get a data access. Park Wi-Fi was poor and according to my security software dangerous and a known identity theft access point. Note that this a internet provider issue, not a park issue. We mostly went in town and used a coffee shop internet. Relatively expensive, but that is what you get in this area. We'll stay here again if we're in the area.

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This is our third time staying here. It is a basic park in a great location, right on the river. Since our last visit, all power pedestals have been upgraded. Roomy and level sites. Office staff very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again next time we're in the area.

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This is a good park near Moab. Not a luxury resort, but clean, all facilities, and easy access. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel and level. There is a concrete walkway next to the motorhome door to keep your rig cleaner. We'd stay here again if we're in the area.

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This is our third time staying at this park. It is convenient to the highway, but still relatively quiet. Easy pull-through sites, good satellite access. The check-in at the gas station was fast and painless. We'll stay here again when we're in the area.