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Camped here for 2 weeks plus. Did not plan on staying that long, but it is convenient to all the sights, inexpensive with Passport America, and everyone is so friendly. Big spaces with a bit of grass, not too crowded and very quiet. Heard mostly crickets at night. Loved the shady areas. We camped here in a class A 40 ft. with tow and there was plenty of room. There is a wonderful mix of campers--tents, campers, trailers, million dollar rigs, etc. We loved it here and probably will return in the future. Highly recommend to all staying in the Moab area.

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Very friendly staff; beautiful surroundings. Space #1 is large enough for our huge slide and awning plus a little grassy area. There is a spa and laundry. Close to Cedar City, Zion and New Hope. Stayed longer than expected. $25 first night then $12.50 Passport America for next nights. Very quiet. Farmlands and quaint homes surround RV park. Would definitely stay again.

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Strange thing happened and our first experience with this after 6 months of traveling. Called out of the Passport America book ahead of arrival regarding availability and was curtly told "no vacancies". Drove there anyway and found about 40 empty sites and the man was more than willing to have us there. Only offered Good Sam discount at double the price of PA. Not sure why that happened. The park is ok for the overnight stay. Red lava rock and pretty level sites with nice views.

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This is the best bargain around. $10 for 50 amp and water: great water pressure, use pressure regulator. Free dump site on premises. Casino and a good restaurant are nearby. Tax-free grocery store with 10% senior discount that you don't even have to ask for. All within walking distance. Didn't have to unhook tow car. Everyone is so friendly. Most are Native Americans who are very customer service oriented. Would have stayed longer but had to get on the road. Will stay here again when passing through.