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Great staff. Security does a good job, we never felt unsafe, nothing disappeared. Sites are a little tight, but the park was never more than 1/2 full. I got level with 2-2x8s Campground hosts were wonderful. 30 night maximum.

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Nice park, had a golf cart to guide us to our spot. Then gave us a ride to registration. Staff had lots of suggestions for dining, and the restaurants were good. Only stayed one night, but it was a nice, secure place to rest.

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Just like all of the Escapee's parks, clean, well maintained with a pride of ownership, and friendly. A short walk to the old downtown with some old shops and cafes. Wifi was great from our site, some TV channels, and good satellite reception.

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Absolutely the most scenic State Park we've seen yet. Large sites with lots of trees. Great walking paths, easy 1 mile walk to the beach and shipwreck. Fort Stevens museum was outstanding, the walking tour was very informative too. Everywhere you go, there is more to see, from the Pacific Ocean to the Columbia River. All of the staff, volunteer and paid, were wonderful and very helpful. Satellite and TV reception were very site and weather dependant. Stay a week to see it all.

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Pretty campground, lots of grass and trees, but a lot of highway noise in the sites bordering I84. Other sites closer to the river seemed quiet. Full hookup sites included sewer. Not much to do here, no hiking trails, and no river access. But a good place to use as a base to see the sights along the gorge. Entrance is kind of strange, you have to drive through the rest area to find the campground entrance.

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Pull through site was small but adequate. A little grass and a picnic table separates sites. Back in sites looked cramped. Hosts were wonderful, full of info on things to do and great places to eat. Laundry was very clean, Verizon voice and data were strong. Would be happy to stay here again.

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Nice, clean park with one of the best little camp stores around. Office staff had plenty of recommendations for food and activities. Most of the sites are pull throughs, slim but adequate. Free cable, paid for wifi that was good during the day but slow in the evenings. Quiet at night with the occasional train in the distance. Verizon voice and data were good.

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WOW, WOW, WOW. One of the most beautiful places we have been in over 40 years of camping. Beautiful grassy sites well spaced. Long, level parking pads. Beautiful fall colors and a full river make this a top 1% park. Staff was friendly and helpful, firewood and ice are on the honor system. Park borders the hiway, but was quiet after dark. Verizon voice and data were very strong.

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Not much here but a place to stop overnight. Office staff was friendly and efficient. All we needed to check in was a name and payment, why don't more places make it this easy? Very quiet at night. Verizon voice and data worked ok.

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Road noise was UNBEARABLE! But, with that being the main reason for the rating, the rest of the park was very nice. Office staff was superb; friendly and very helpful. The pool and gazebo area was beautiful, and the park was very clean overall. Propane service was fast and easy. If you choose to stay here, DO NOT accept any of the sites that border US395.

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This place is a great value if you prefer the basics over the resort option. Roads are paved with clean gravel parking pads. We were here during significant winds and saw no dust anywhere. The electric, water, and sewer hookups were convenient and worked well. Picnic tables at every site. Propane is available anytime the office is open. Laundry facilities (2 locations) were clean and worked well. The clubhouse was quite a surprise, with two pool tables, pinball, TV, and a small kitchen. Lots of info on the surroundings were available in racks. It's a few miles west of town, but we made it to the university and old downtown in 15 minutes.

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A few of the pull through sites are less than level, but the back in site that we chose had no problems. The views are spectacular and the walking trail is a must to truly appreciate the area. Showers and rest rooms were immaculate, very convenient dump station, and water/electric hookups were convenient. A small bookstore was open with inconsistent hours, but a friendly, helpful staff. This is the best place around to stay while you check out the Smokey Bear museum, Lincoln, and the White Sands Monument. A public facility at its best.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We were here the week before they closed for the season, however everything was still as clean as other reviewers have reported. Hosts were very helpful and friendly, and were always visible and available. We had a nice back-in site with convenient hookups. There was traffic noise as previously noted, but was very quiet at night. Park is very handy to walking the length of the town, and Kanab is a great town to walk. Lots of shops and restaurants, but much of it closed on Sunday. Park Wi-Fi was OK, but the park was never over half full. Verizon data and voice were full strength. Many over-the-air digital TV channels. This is where we will stay whenever we visit the Kanab/Zion area.

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We were here for the month of March. The nightly rate reflects our month plus electricity. We looked at over 20 parks in and around Phoenix before deciding on this one. The remote location is nicely balanced by the space and views. The pool problem is solved, and the pool and spa (although indoor) were convenient and clean. The park is located conveniently close to shopping, Lake Pleasant, and the Ben Avery shooting range. There are also about 3 miles of walking trails in the desert behind the park (watch for snakes). This place will be our choice again next year for Spring Training, and maybe even longer.

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The main attraction here is the giant swimming pool. All sites have water and about half have 50 amp and cable TV, the other half have just 30 amp. Sites are fairly well spaced, but open with mostly dry grass between them. A 45 minute trip to Fort Davis, a very interesting day trip. Verizon voice and internet, and ATT voice all worked well.