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Very nice COE, on lake with fishing, so very crowded even in off-season. Pull-thru site nice and long. Mature park, so lots of trees. Electric and water at sites, have to use dump for sewer. Overall a pleasant place to spend some time, especially if you like to fish. Lots of what looks like locals that leave their rigs there unattended for the maximum allowed time then just use sporadically. To be safe, you need to reserve well in advance during summer months. Even in early spring was crowded.

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This is a nice rv park. Most all spaces pull-thru and spacious. Trash cans at each site with full hook ups. Bath house very nice. Staff great to work with.

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Moab is a tourist town and this is a typical tourist rv park. Overpriced for what you get, a dirt site with full hookups. This park is better than most in the area as we checked several of them out before deciding. Town very crowded during early May, so spaces were limited. I guess we were lucky to find this one as it filled our need. A little noisy with all the off-road people in the park.

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Gem of a state park. A little old fashioned as the pull-thru spaces are shorter than really needed for larger rigs. Once situated, everything worked well. Exceptional view of lake and surrounding mountains. Bath houses and showers are clean and spacious. Not a big fan of push button water flow as no H/C control, but good temperature and volume.

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A little overpriced for what you get, but you can't beat the location if your propose is to visit Bryce and Zion. New owner sprucing up both the park and restaurant next door. Some slots have 50A, some 30A. Wi-Fi worked reasonably well. Bath house clean but need ADA toilet stalls as they are too cramped for those with issues. View is very nice. RV spaces are easy to use.

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Let's face it, Las Vegas isn't the best destination for RVer's. The congestion and traffic make it difficult to get around unless you stay well away from the action. On first impression, this campground was just a paved parking lot with hook-ups, well-used and dingy. Right downtown just under the I-515 Interstate. Somewhat noisy with emergency vehicles based nearby. But for the price and convenience, quite a good deal. Making reservations is dicey at best, we were promised a pull-thru 60 feet long by the phone staff, got a back-in 25 ft. Be prepared to fight for a good space as the phone reservation service staff knows little about the different types of RV's, and has trouble understanding our specific needs. Dealing with the front desk of the hotel will get you a better slot. Dog run just dirt, but usable unless your pooch requires foliage of any kind. Will stay here again just for the location.

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Good stop over, was able to keep fifth wheel attached to truck in space. Sort of close to other spaces, but still enough room to deploy slideouts. Staff very friendly and helpful.

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Located on Hwy 75 20 miles north of Topeka. All sites are pull-throughs, and vary in size. Probably best to get one size larger than suggested as parking your tow vehicle or dinghy is hard on the smaller ones. All concrete pads and easy to access. Rest rooms very nice, with individual showers with closing doors, and a decent laundry facility. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Only problem is where they put in the electrical/water hookups. Should be closer to mid-pad for access. You may have to have extensions for both with some trailers. No shade, so should be hot in summer. Just fine for fall when we were there. Definitely a stop to keep on your list.

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Hidden gem in the middle of southwestern Kansas. State Park rather small, but well-kept and scenic. Lots of trees, small lake, lots of birds and squirrels. This late in the year meant few campers, so there were just 3 others during the 3 nights we stayed. Peace and quiet everywhere. Only complaint not enough signs and markers to navigate the various camping areas successfully, had to go back through several times until we found the spot we reserved. And, when we finally found it, there was another camper already on the site. Because there were so many vacancies, we just let them keep it and found another. Other than that, really good value for the money. Could get crowded during the summer, but late fall is really nice.

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Very good park overall. Wish it was closer to casino (1 mile away), but shuttle bus available. Excellent staff, very helpful and friendly. A little too narrow for most big rigs, but can be handled with care. Could use lighting at the entrance to the various camping areas to help with navigation on dark nights. Easy access from NY thruway.

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High grade facility, well laid out, access from US 1 is narrow road, but inside park lots of room. Two small problems only, lack of trash containers close to camping sites, and no ADA bathroom facilities in the recreational building even though there are designated parking spots outside. Rate is high, but considering some of the trashy parks in the area, not out of line. Staff very friendly and helpful.

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Wanted to make overnight stop near I-80 and selected this campground. Will not use again. Roads are extremely narrow, with many trees that limit access to site. Not suitable for long tows, we just barely fit with a 35 ft. fifth wheel and crew cab truck. Were given incorrect directions to site after check-in and had to ask permanent site owner to move vehicle so we could get past. Site had 30 amp only. The campground was quiet and clean, what we saw of it. Probably ok for shorter tows but not good for us. It is convenient to I-80. Overpriced for what you get.

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Very good overnight or longer stop. Mostly seasonal/membership, but some overnight spaces available. We received excellent service from clerks at front desk. Space was adequate for our needs, a pull-thru with full services. Park was quiet, but we stayed on Sunday night and were told it can get really busy during most weekends. Would definitely stay here again.

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Newest state park in system and shows it. Good interior roads and well-kept facilities. Pleasing experience. Well worth the visit. Hard to get to. Highway 307 into park steep, tight and twisty, with many deep potholes.

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Very nice state park. Not close to much except touristy town of New Harmony. Gas available within 6 miles, but groceries and other items you have to travel at least 20 miles. Nightly rate reflects $25.00 plus one half of $9.00 out of state entry fee. Roads well paved, sites clean and fairly spacious. Wabash river overflowing while we stayed there, but campground remained open.