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This is a very nice state park, with lots of walking trails. The specialty is birding and there are blinds situated throughout the park for viewing birds. The campsites are all paved backup sites with water and 30-amp electric, but no sewer hookup. There is good spacing between sites. The negative from our standpoint is that we could not get telephone or internet service. One of us felt helpless without these services, and the other felt relieved to be able to relax and enjoy time in the wild without the anxieties that telephone and internet service tend to inspire. Would highly recommend this park for some one would like to take a respite for a few days. There is an additional daily entrance fee for a Texas State Park.

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This is a great campground for an overnight stop. The campsites are level and the hookups all work well. The management seems to put all the campers next to each other in spite of the fact the campground has a lot of unoccupied space, so this is a negative. As others have mentioned there is some railroad noise, but this is true of all the campgrounds in Van Horn. We have stayed in a number of different campgrounds when traveling and stopping at Van Horne for a night. This campground was one of the nicest -- we would stay here again.

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Good place to stay for an overnight. There are paved level sites and the hookups work fine. This is a quiet park without a lot of frills, but work well if you want a quiet secure place to stay. There are a lot of permanent or semi-permanent residents in another section of the park, but there is a line of nicely spaced pull-throughs for those there for short stays. We would stay here again.

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A terrific RV Park with full hookups, and long, paved base that is more than adequate for our 40-RV. We came in at about 5:oo pm on a weekday and got the last site with full service, so be advised that phoning for reservation would be a good idea. This park is about 4 miles from the interstate, in the country so is quiet and no lights at night. Most sites are back-in. Price includes a "transaction fee ($6.00) and taxes ($2.25). Would come back here again.

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This is a good park for an overnight stay. Our rate of $25, was the PP rate.The park is just a short drive from the interstate. As others have mentioned, the owner is extremely accommodating, and does everything he can to be sure you have pleasant stay. The park has a lot of trees, but the owner promised we would get satellite service at our site (#20) and indeed we did. The owner was aware which sites get satellite reception. The sites do not look too level, but we had no difficulty leveling our 40 foot RV. We liked this park a lot, and will certainly stay here again.

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This is a nice little family-run RV park a couple of miles off the interstate. We seem to stay here every year on our sojourn to the west or returning to east. This is a very nice, well managed park and a good place to stay for a night or two while on the road. The hookups are modern and work well. The area is rural and very pleasant The sites are reasonably level. We will stay here again.

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This seems to be a park that has seen better days -- definitely not a resort! We checked in. paid cash with no receipt -- rate was not that advertised in Facebook. We were told to find a site -- the ones we were sent to were far off level , so we moved to an area occupied by full time campers. The site was rough, barely level. The 30 amp receptacle and water facet were shabby, but the electrical did work! water facet looked so decrepit, wife was afraid to drink water from it. Will not stay here again -- not a nice place and overpriced!

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Nice place to stay for an overnight. The campground is level on gravel. We barely fit in length with toad, w/o unhooking out Jeep from 40-f0ot RV. While sites are close together, park was not crowded, so we had no immediate neighbors. Hookups all worked OK. Seems to be a well-managed park, not heavily advertised, so not crowded with customers.We would stay here again.

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This RV park is just off the interstate and is a convenient place to stay for a night or two when traveling. The lots are level, with one tree on most lots. There is a railroad track nearby, so trains at night are a factor, but not loud enough to prevent us from sleeping. The hookups are in good shape, reasonably new and maintained ---- they work properly. We have stayed here once or twice a year, and certainly would stop here again.

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Finding a place to stay in Red Bay while awaiting service on a Tiffin Motorhome can be problematic. The Downtown RV Park is a good place to stay. One can make reservation. The price of $20 a night is OK, and there is a weekly price of $100. The Park is reasonably clean, and one does not encounter the dust as in the Tiffin RV Park by the Tiffin repair facility. We will certainly stay here again when er return to Red Bay for service on our motorcoach.

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This is a beautiful state park with flat paved sites, with well functioning full hookups. Each site has a barbeque grill, and a shelter for protection against the sun or rain. There is plenty of space to park a car as well as the RV. The sight of the surrounding mesas and mountains is gorgeous. This campsite was so beautiful and perfect, that I can find nothing could do to make it better.

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This is a park in a small town and is in a convenient location to visit the Northern part of Zion National Park and the Cedar Breaks. The camp is clean and neat, and the park is well maintained. All the hook-ups worked well with no problems. The management is pleasant and helpful. The sites in the park are for the most part fairly close together, but not close enough to be a problem for a short stay. The Passport price reflects a one-week stay. The Wi-Fi is problematic - excellent at times and completely unavailable at other times. We would stay at this park again.

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This is a barely adequate park for a stay in a beautiful area of Utah. The park is poorly maintained. The roads are rough, the hookups are antiquated. For example the sewer openings are covered with stones; the 30 amp hookups consisted of two legs hod hot wires from a 50 amp hookup. One leg for each side-to-side head-to-tail parked camper. If you turned of electric on one camper, you turned off electric to both campers. On the plus side, the Wi-Fi service was superb - fast and easy, totally accessible. We would probably stay here again, as good RV Parks are difficult to come by in the Kanab area. With a little effort this park could upgrade itself to being more than barely adequate.

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This is an RV Park under transition, with new owners in the process of fixing it up. We stayed in a 30-amp site, with no sewer hookup. We chose this site in order to have a drive-through site. The sites were gravel and were level, and were OK, but a little too close together. The wi-fi was truly phenomenal, very fast. The park is quite close to the interstate, so traffic noise is an issue, although not so bad as to keep us awake. This is a good place to stay for an over-night when on the road, and we would stay here again. With the projected improvements with the new owners, this park will certainly improve. particularly in its overall appearance in the future.

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We stayed here a month, and attended a FMCA rally while we were here. The rate reflects the monthly rate. There was an added charge for electricity used (about $135 in our case. This is a beautiful park, with very nice level sites and up-to-date hookups, which all work. Some sites are a little tight for our 40-foot rig, but we were assigned initially to our site, when the park was sold out due to the rally. Later we moved a a spacious site with more than enough room for our rig, car, and space for a dining area. We would certainly stay here again. This is a very nice place to come and stay for an extended period.