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This campground is one of the best we've ever stayed in. The owner and staff are extremely nice. We were even asked if our RV had a rear window so they could place us facing the lovely view of the mountains. (This was a first for any of the dozens of places we've stayed!) The whole place is spotless. Wifi is free and works very well. Lots of TV channels via antenna. There's a great little lake with lots of water birds and walking paths next to the campground which is open to campers and their dogs. Also a 3-acre dog park next door (probably city-owned). Spaces have very easy entry and exit. We will definitely return if we can get back to the area. Would love to spend months there.

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Campground not easy to find, signage non-existent. Know your directions beforehand. Easy enough to get around for a big rig. Our 38' fifth wheel fit in a spot with enough room for truck parked sideways in front. Quiet. No spring clean-up had been started and there were picnic tables overgrown with weeds. Third loop wasn't open although it was needed when people came in late and there were no spaces left. Since there are no hook-ups and no clean-up, why keep that loop closed this time of year? Very convenient to Canyon de Chelly. Would stay again.

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Very convenient for seeing Petrified Forest National Park. Short-term spaces are close together but rigs are staggered at opposite ends of long spaces so they have a bit more space between them. Certainly adequate for short stays. Clean campground, very easy in and out, very nice person in office. Good wifi. Convenient to I-40 but far enough not to hear it. Would definitely stay again.

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Campground very old and not built for big rigs. Interior roads barely 8' wide. All spaces (except premium) very narrow and separated by large rocks, trees, overgrown shrubs, posts, poles and trashcans from entry to exit. Most space extremely difficult to enter and exit for big rigs. We could not have got out of the first space they assigned us because of trees and rocks. Space behind us opened up next morning so we moved, backing straight into it so we'd be able to leave. (Ever try to turn 90 degrees with a 20' truck and 40' fifth wheel onto an 8' road with no way to swing wide or cut corners?) Space between our slide and our neighbor was about 5' and jammed with hookups, rocks and weeds. When he broke down he was dangling his dump tube with black water running out right in front of our dining window as we were eating breakfast. Only good things are convenience to town, lots of shade, walking trails into national forest behind campground and very good free wifi. Could be ok place for small to medium sized rigs but even they were having difficulty maneuvering. Will never return and will not recommend. Wish we'd paid more attention to previous bad reviews and found somewhere else to go.

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We were so happy to see trees and grass again after being in the desert for two months, this place was great. Our space was a back-in (which we hate) but it was fairly easy to get into. Adequate area between spaces. Lovely little lake with masses of water birds. Nice place to walk dogs. Good location for a day trip to Death Valley. Would definitely stay here again (especially at the Passport America rate).

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Very well kept park. Easy to maneuver our long fifth wheel and tow vehicle. Wifi barely usable. No cable and no antenna reception. Lovely view of the lake. No rules about pets but when a camper complained (for both of us) about another camper's dog who barked all day long while they were gone and then was not leashed when they were there, the Park Service rangers came by and took care of the problem. Park is only about 6 miles from Page so is conveniently located. Only thing we didn't like, which might not bother others, is the door-to-door and back-to-back set up which greatly diminishes privacy. We would definitely stay here again.

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Very convenient to shuttle and tourist areas. Sites are narrow, some have decent space between them and others don't. Our space was small and not level. Although they knew we had a big rig we were assigned a space which was extremely narrow and was constricted on both sides by concrete curbs. If our neighbor hadn't run out to help we would have busted a rim on the 6" right side curb. Anyone with a similar problem (big fifth wheel with long tow vehicle), make sure you don't get site #64. Many of the other sites would be fine. Registration and check-out were awful, mainly due to their "upgraded" dinosaur of a computer system, but also due to one employee who shouldn't be in that job. The other two employees were great. We will probably never return to the area so will not have to grit our teeth and stay here again. The only thing that really makes it worthwhile is the convenience of being in the park.

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We would have rated this park a ten like other reviewers if it hadn't been for the problems we encountered which were probably a fluke. We made reservations 2 1/2 months early but they got the arrival date off by a day. When we didn't show up on the date they thought we'd be there they gave our site away without calling us. When we arrived we were forced to take an unsatisfactory space without full hookups that we couldn't fit into. It took a full hour to finally get maneuvered to where we could get hooked up to water and electric. That evening the mgr came by, said we weren't supposed to be where we were (although another employee had put us there) and wanted us to "just scoot over a few feet." (Ever try to "scoot" a fifth wheel sideways?) We couldn't reach the electric hookup if we moved even one foot over! Lining fifth wheels up end to end around a circle doesn't give room for the tow vehicle to hook up. We almost had to get our neighbor to move his motorhome to let us out, but just managed to squeak by. If we'd been where we'd reserved a space we would have had a very different experience. As it was we were not happy. We would stay here again but not without calling a few days before arrival to make sure they had our reservations correctly recorded.

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Beautiful campground, very well maintained. Spaces big enough not to feel crammed in. Roads and spaces paved. Although it's on the Virgin River, you have to climb over a berm to see it so it's not part of the view. Nice staff at check-in. We don't use any resort amenities so for us it was very high priced, but it was the best choice because of being convenient to Zion Natl Park (12 miles) without having to pull our RV into the very crowded town of Springdale. We would definitely stay here again.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Tough park to rate because of the site lay-out which is very difficult. Good WiFi and antenna TV. Well kept grounds, very nice owner. The four pull-thru sites are very tight, close together and angled so that it's hard not to hit trees. One neighbor knocked his awning off his truck camper trying to squeeze into his space (#4). The motor home in #1 appeared to have no way to get out without hitting a tree unless he drove over the curb to the highway, but we weren't there to see him leave. We had to drive our truck out onto the highway and back into the area in front of our fifth wheel in order to hook up. The back-in sites are angled in the wrong direction if you come in at the office entrance. (You have to back in at more than a 90 degree turn.) Road noise wasn't bad at night. If we stayed here again we would come in at the exit (which isn't marked as such) and back into a site from the right direction. We would not stay in a pull-thru again.

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As other reviewers have said, this is a mobile home park with a small section for RVs. The RV lot is dirt and gravel but is very easy to get in and out no matter how big the rig. Nice people in office. Convenient to town and to Chiricahua National Monument. No cable because of the cable company trying to make the new owners pay the previous owner's bill. Good wifi. Best place to walk your dog is outside the entrance where there's a bit of greenery. Good for a short stay. Would stay again if in the area.

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Very nice park. Quiet, clean, great views, easy access. Good dog walk area. WiFi not so good. One of the nicest parks we've been in. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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As other reviewers have said, it's concrete and gravel but it's the desert. Spaces are close but well arranged and have easy access. Nicely landscaped and beautiful views of the mountains. Great people in office. Very good dog walk area. WiFi was slow but worked better than we were told it would. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Park is clean and attractive. It has quite a few long-term/permanent campers who must think it's okay. But for us there are a few things which make it unsatisfactory. Wi-fi is awful, totally inadequate for the rate paid . Most spaces have zero shade. Pull-throughs are "face-to-face" meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door. This would be very unpleasant with a gregarious neighbor who likes to be outside all the time with his radio playing and has lots of company. (Fortunately this neighbor was on our back side. His behavior was not the park's fault, but the face-to-face site arrangement makes this something you can't get away from.) The dog walk is a 10x10 patch of dirt and gravel enclosed in a chain link fence with a trash can and scooper. No place to walk a dog in the whole park that isn't gravel and either in the road or someone's space. With all the RV parks in the area, we wouldn't stay in this one again.

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Well laid out park. Easy access from hwy and spaces easy to enter and exit. Very nice people in office. Dog walk area was good. 20 miles from town, quiet with wide open spaces around it. Very nice laundry facilities. Down-graded for poor wifi.