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We stayed here in a motorhome while visiting the Grand Canyon with our grandkids. We booked the train package. As others have said, the site is basically a parking lot. We had to park our car in a general parking area which fortunately was right in front of the motorhome. Our kids used the pool twice. Once it was very crowded with kids and another time it was almost empty. After the train gets back from the Canyon it gets crowded.

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We had a long wide pull thru in F loop. Pad section was concrete while grass was off to the side. The site also had a fire pit and picnic table. The views from our site were awesome. We used the amenities of the hotel, including 2 nice pools. Wifi and our Mifi were virtually nonexistent. Our grandkids loved the tour of the Glen Canyon Dam as well as the boat ride on Lake Powell.

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We had a very short pull through right off the main parking area for the motel. The motorhome filled the entire length. This meant to get out of the motorhome we had to part a bush located right where the door is. The car had to be parked in the general parking lot. Although we didn't use the bathrooms, there always seemed to be someone waiting to get into them. It is a great location to see both Bryce and Zion. We would stay there again.

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When we made reservations, I told them we had a very large 45' motorhome. When we got there we were assigned a fairly short pull through that would not allow me to put out our slides due to tree limbs. They said we have Prevost's here all they time and they fit. Anyway they sent someone to check the site and the although he could cut one limb off, he couldn't cut two limbs off the tree. I was moved to another site that was not overly large, but we fit. The sites are gravel, most with shade. We never got the wifi to work, but that is not unusual for campgrounds. The pool is very small. The on site store has lots of things including local crafts. The prices seemed very good.

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We stayed in the resort section for 4 nights. We had a wide pull thru site that easily parked our 45' motorhome and car. It also had patio area with a pergola providing some shade. The grandkids loved the pool, playground and an area in back they rode their bikes on. The location is ideal for seeing all that Moab has to offer. The entrance to the resort is difficult to see. We passed it on the way in and had to turn around and come back.

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We camped here in a 45' motorhome. We had a 100' long pull-thru site that partially shaded. The roads in and out of the campground can accomodate any size RV. Most of the sites are huge. Water, sewer and electric were all good and located perfectly. The state park is huge, with many things to do, including bicycling, hiking and boating. We also paid a $10 transaction fee to reserve a site.

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We loved this campground. We had a long pull through with a decent view. The site was very large and very clean. The grandkids loved the playground and the hiking trails.

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The site we were initally directed to was too short for our motorhome (45'). There was a rally going on so there was not a good choice of sites. We selected a very narrow and short back in site. The gravel section of the site was too narrow to fit both the passenger and drivers side wheels on gravel. The rear tag and drive axle were beyond the gravel section. Generally this would be OK except for the rain. We had to call a tow truck to get out of the spot. On the bright side, the rally that was there had a couple of mobile mechanics that provided a lot of good input. They deserve a big thank you. The park is fine except that if you have a big, heavy and long motorhome, you may want to go somewhere else. The campground folks had assured us we would fit. They said they have big motorhomes in there all the time.

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We were thinking of stopping here with our grandkids on the way south, so we stopped in early to check it out. Stayed just one night. There's only one line to check in and there were lots of cars ahead. We waited. Then we had to wait 15 minutes to be escorted to our site. One small pool was open and they were working on everything else. Site was just long enough for 45' motorhome and toad, but was very narrow. Glad our neighbor didn't have a fire in their firepit. It was 3 feet from the side of our motorhome. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site in the 700 block and we couldn't get a Verizon signal, so no internet. It looks like a good campground for kids if you are staying long enough to amortize the wait to get in - at least once they open up the pool and water slide and other kid oriented things.

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This campground is very convenient to I-40. A great place to stay one night while traveling or for a week if visiting Cherokee, Gatlinburg, or Asheville. We had a premium back-in site right on a beautiful creek/river. We put our chairs out behind our motorhome on the grass between us and the creek. Our back-in site had a level, gravel base and was good sized. The Wi-Fi worked great. The people are helpful and friendly. Some sites have shade and some don't. Ours had trees in the rear of the site and was clear to the front.

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This is a very nice RV resort with a couple of misses. Most of the sites are pull-throughs and some are back-ins. We camped here in a 45' motorhome and were pulling a toad. Our pull-through had a fairly narrow cement pad. As much as I hate driving on grass, there was no way to avoid it entering and leaving the site. The most frustrating thing about this resort is that they have two water spigots. One you don't see at the bottom of the pedestal and another sticking up very clearly right beside the pedestal. We arrived late after a full day of driving. When we checked in we got a map of the resort that in hindsite had a note on the bottom explaining the difference. We were only staying the night and didn't even unhook so I didn't read the fine print. But after we had added really smelly atrocious water to our tank the park crier came around to call to everyone with a hose on the wrong spigot. Too late for us. Now the motorhome stinks. The other issue for anyone with a motorhome and pulling a toad is that the exit has a sign just before the last right turn telling you, you have to pull into the opposite lane to make the turn. I was too busy looking at the very nice pool to see the sign. The motorhome and toad went over the substantial curb on the right. I wish the people that checked us in had given us a heads up on these two issues.

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Nightly rate included tax. We stayed 3 nights and had a pull-in site almost on the ocean. The site was good size and had a great view of the gulf side of the keys. A walking path was between our site and the ocean. The entire campground was clean and neat. Landscapers were working hard to add foliage. The electric service was very good. The only reason I gave this campground a 9 instead of a 10 is that we were never able to connect to the parks Wi-Fi. We were in site 34. We relied on our own hot spot instead. The pool was clean and warm. The tiki hut was not finished and it was roped off. Would have loved to have sat there with a Rum Punch and looked at the sunset.

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Fundy National Park is beautiful and if you have a larger motor home, the Headquarters campground may be the only one that will fit you. Point Wolfe is almost all tents and to get there you have to go through a covered bridge that has a tight turn into it. Chignecto is more accessible, but not for larger motor homes. We had a 30 amp site at Headquarters. I doubt they have many 50 amp sites. I'd plan on 30 amps. Our site was easy in and easy out and fairly large. There is a wonderful playground across the road for kids. Our grand kids loved the small zip line. Also nearby is the town of Alma. Some very good restaurants and great seafood. The salt water pool is about 1 kilometer away. We would come back again.

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This is wonderful place for an a night or for a week. The views of the ocean are really nice. The grand kids really liked the playground and the small biking hill. Although 50 amp is available, it's only on 5 of 175 sites. In all likelihood, you will never see 50 amps. Our site (33) had no grass, just gravel. The connections were all at the back of the site. WiFi was OK.

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We stayed one night on the way to Canada and one night a week later on the way back. All of the prior comments are right on. I would normally rate the sites and amenities an 8, but the folks that run the place are so nice I gave it a 9. If it had a pool and a playground for kids it would be a 9 or 10. Both sites were decent sized and reasonably level. Electric, water, WiFi were very good. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. We would and did stay there again..