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Very neat and clean park. Spaces are tightly packed but easy to get and out of. We barely had room to park the car in what they called a 60ft site. Staff was very nice. Laundry was in great shape and clean. Park is convenient to town and easy to get to from either direction. Power was good and the WiFi was very usable.

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Nice well kept park and facilities. The office personal are very nice and friendly. They also accepted our mail shipment and packages from Amazon. We stayed an extended time and got the monthly rate. The campground is very busy and lots of sites fill up every afternoon and empty out in the morning. The WiFi was in and out but towards the end of our stay was working very well. The sides are paved and level. Some are quite narrow and be careful to measure before you put out your slides on the utility side.

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We stayed here through Coast to Coast at $10 a night and were not charged any up charges. The park is on the edge of a residential area but was nice and quiet. Our site R13 was very narrow, we could not extend our awning all the way. The hookups were good and worked well. The park is neat and well kept. Convent place to stay to visit Spokane.

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When you call for reservations make a note of who you talk to and get a confirmation. I reserved 14 days and when I got here they did not have my reservations. I later found my notes and I had talked to the same woman. She worked hard to find me a site so I can not complain. We parked next to the office for one night and then into a site for 14 days so we got the weekly rate. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. We had a pull through but backed out when we left as the fence in front of us was too close to make the sharp turn at the office. Looks like others have hit the fence. We along with others did not know where to stop when we pulled in and had to look for the office door. A couple signs of where to park to check in would be nice. The hookups and power were good here. The WiFi was in and out so you could not depend on it. This is a good place to stay and was nice and quiet at night. Just West of town and the lowest rates we could find. We would stay here again.

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New owners are very nice and aim to please. Sites are close but easy to get in and out of. Just off the highway but quiet at night. We were able to use WiFi as we were close to the office. Owners live above office so are mostly on site. The park is neat and nicely kept. Not all sites are 50amp, so ask if you need it.

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Very nice scenery around park. Long backin site. Electric and sewer at the back of site and uphill had to use extension on sewer hose. Site close to level. Confusing roads but just take your time. Plenty to do in the area. We had a weekly rate. Close to the highway.

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We called and talked to a nice lady, seems they live on site but we never did see them. We put our check in a mail slot at the entrance building that we never saw manned. This is a county park with 12 electric/ water sites. They are plenty long and level. Lots of campers pulled in to use the dump station which we could see but did not bother us. The anti siphon device on our water leaked, I reported it but it was not fixed while we were here. Park was quiet at night. We would stay here again.

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This was a quick 3 day stop for us. We did not use the amenities of the park so the $40 a night was a bit expensive for us. The sites were close to each other but it was quiet at night. The staff was very friendly and quickly responded to cut branches that were touching our front door. Close to Provo and Utah Lake. Hookups were good and power was good. WiFi was in and out.

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We planned to be here a week but ended up staying two weeks. Rate is the Good Sam weekly rate. Owners are super people and so is the rest of the staff. Very quiet at night. This is a great spot to visit many places from. This is the desert, but they water almost everyday to keep the grass growing. The sites maybe a little tight but we were gone most days. Power was good and strong and the WiFi is the best we have seen in a campground. I enjoyed my chats with the owners relaxing in the office which is like a family room atmosphere.

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So much space get the sites are all cramped together, only the utility post and sewer separate the sites. That said it is a beautiful facility on the edge of Lake Powell. Very clean and neat. The roads and sites are all paved and the hook ups are good. A great place to stay for a vacation on the lake. We were only here one night because of the cost.

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We stayed 5 nights, the max at the Passport America rate, in a back in site. We were able to get level but the site had uneven ground. Then we stayed 3 nights in a pull through at the Good Sam rate. The pull through was supper long and closer to the office. The Wifi worked much better at site 2 the pull through. This is an older CG on old Route 66. There are 47 sites and cabins and some rail cars that are converted into rooms. The staff was very friendly and helpful as we extended to wait for our mail. The CG was full most nights we were there. Sites and roads are gravel and it's a bit dusty. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. The rates here with Passport America are the best in town. Be carful at the entrance and check-in its narrow.

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We stayed 2 nights to visit the Sky City Pueblo. This is basically a gravel lot with a wall around it for security. The casino is next door and we ate there and enjoyed it. We had a pull through and it was nice and long. There is no shade and no grass. But this is a great value especially for a 1 or 2 night stay or longer if you do not need a lot of amenities. The WiFi worked well.

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West of town but easy to find, right next to Camping World. Older Park but well maintained. Some shade from trees. Gravel roads and parking. All utilities worked fine. WiFi was in and out in the evenings, worked pretty good during the day. Small Pool but well maintained. Staff was friendly.

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A rather large campground near the cadillac range. Close to I-40. Nice wide paved access roads. Office staff was very helpful. Sites are close together but there is room to open slides with room to spare. Not every site had a picnic table. Sites are paved and long enough for motor home and toad. West of but convenient to Amarillo. Nice pool and clubhouse.

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This is an older campground but we considered it a GEM. Easy to get to just off of I-40 at Exit 1. The sites are level and all pull-through. Gravel roads and sites. Our $14 was Passport America. The owners run the restaurant and you pay there if they are open. Call ahead if you need 50 amp as not all sites are 50 amp. She goes out and puts your name on the electric box. If closed you pay at the box near the building. You can see the interstate but we did not notice any traffic noise. The service station here is closed as of the first of the year.