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A small, family-owned and operated park with friendly, accommodating service. They shuffled several rentals around to provide a site for us on the nights we needed, then did it again when we extended our stay. Accompanied to site with help to get backed in and set up.

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This park is a combination of park models to rent, full-timers and a handful of nightly spaces. We had a pull-through plenty long enough to avoid unhooking. The staff was courteous and friendly, making certain we knew of the amenities the park offers. We could not get the WiFi to work on the computer or the cell phone. The park is convenient for an overnight stop. We have used it previously and would stay again.

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Would have given this park a 10 if it wasn't right beside the interstate. That doesn't bother me, but some don't care for the noise. The staff is friendly and helpful. Guide to site. Many sites are right beside the Colorado River. The handful of full-time residents keep their rigs and spaces neat and clean. Spacious, all grass sites; several have a concrete patio. We definitely would stay here again.

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This is a park in transition. Many long-time residents are being moved out to accommodate newer rigs at higher rates. Long term guests must sign a lease and agree to 15 pages of rules. The park is clean; the restrooms, while small, are clean and tidy. The laundry room could use some updating. The clubhouse is spacious but dull and poorly used. The pool was not open while we were there. The staff is very friendly and attentive. They do their best to provide a clean and quiet environment. Most long-term folks here are working people, so the park is largely empty during the daytime.

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This park is friendly and accommodating. From the first call to make reservations to check-in to escort-to-site to security, everyone was welcoming. It is on a major street, so expect lots of sirens and traffic noise. Sites vary in size; most are generously wide. Everything is paved; grass and trees are at a premium. There are plenty of permanent residents yet the park felt clean and uncluttered.

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This park is closest to the west entrance to Capitol Reef National Park. The owner is friendly and accommodating. He keeps the park spotlessly clean and expects his guests to do likewise. There are cabins for rent, a dog play area, tenting areas, dish washing station, laundry and very clean restrooms. The cable and Wi-Fi worked well. Site was level and water pressure was good. It was just tight enough with the tree at our site to prevent the awning from opening.

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Since this resort is relatively close to Zion National Park (which will handle nearly four million guests this year) it can justify its high nightly rate. The park is immaculately clean and offers plenty of amenities: pool, hot tub, large well-stocked gift shop and market, playground and dog park. The spaces are often close together; we couldn't open our awning at our site. The busy weekend found the park full of dogs, children, scooters, bikes and the like. For serenity, go into the national park! The staff is helpful and friendly. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well.

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Several previous reviewers have commented about this park being just a gravel dump. While the sites are gravel and somewhat unlevel (it is built on the side of a hill) it would be unfair to characterize it as a poor park. The friendly and accommodating owners have squeezed every space they can from the acreage they have. Moab has become so popular that RV sites are at a premium. The restrooms were spotless, the community kitchen an added benefit, the laundry room clean, the WiFi strong, the cable TV adequate. The attraction is the spectacular setting of mountains, canyons, arches, the Colorado River and thousands of acres of state and national parks.

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Usually, we will avoid any campground affiliated with KOA as they tend to be older, higher priced and often run down, crowded and difficult to maneuver through. What a delightful exception this place was! Outstanding, attentive service, spacious, long pull-throughs, immaculate rest rooms, clean grounds, leash-free dog park, scenic setting, spotless laundry. We would definitely stay here again, and look forward to visiting the owner's other campground nearby.

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Easy access from I 80. Long enough pull-throughs to avoid unhooking if desired. Fuel, restaurants and souvenirs within walking distance. Spotless restroom and laundry. Rather frumpy looking exercise room. Strong WiFi. The office included a small market which was poorly stocked. Although there appeared to be a number of permanent residents, the park was clean and tidy.

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Self pay station offered a cash or credit card option. There were only a handful of what appeared to be long-term residents in the park. We had our choice of long pull-throughs. The site was not particularly level but easily remedied. Restrooms, showers and laundry were very clean. Although the park is right beside the insterstate highway, noise was not an issue. Easy in and out, with a handy fuel station right next door.

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Friendly staff welcomed us to a mostly empty park. We had our choice of long, gravel pull-throughs - no need to unhook. While there were several long-term residents, there was no sign of clutter so often evident. The restrooms, showers and laundry were spotlessly clean but could use some updating. Overall, the place just looked "tired," as if a facelift would be beneficial. The amenities and ideal location make this a place we would return to.

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Until now, I've never given any park a "10." If I were looking for a place to buy in and stay for a while, this would be it. From our first greeting when we arrived at the front gate, the office, the staff, the welcome crew, the neighbors - everyone was friendly, welcoming and most helpful. There are two cable channels dedicated to park events, announcements and helpful information. Sites are widely spaced and beautifully maintained. Laundry and rest rooms were immaculate. A huge clubhouse boasts a library, craft and meeting rooms, coffee bar, "garage sale/member exchange" area, indoor and outdoor seating and plentiful things about the local area and attractions. There are acres of hiking, nearby Yosemite is a magnificent side trip, and the community of Coarsegold is unique. If a casino is to your liking, it is just a mile down the highway. We will definitely be back!

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Mechanical troubles forced us to stay overnight in this town after repairs lasted well into late afternoon. Perhaps if one is a Thousand Trails member this would be a reasonable place to stay. As a non-member, it seems that more attention would be given to a potential new member. At any rate, they were happy to take our money, open the gate, and leave us to our own devices. For the price, I expected a well-maintained resort. We got dirt roads, marginally graveled sites, 30 amps only, untrimmed trees and a canal advertised as a river. Save your money and drive on.

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With such a few number of sites, you would do well to have a reservation to stay here. Only minutes off of the historic gorge highway, this tiny park is clean, friendly and helpful. While we were here, the no vacancy sigh was up every day. A much bigger park a few miles away had plenty of open spaces at much higher rates, with less to offer. From here you can visit Multnomah Falls, drive the Columbia River gorge highway, see Mt. Hood, explore Portland and Vancouver and be only minutes from your RV. The park was quiet, with clean restrooms and spacious laundry. We would definitely return.