Red Wolf Deux

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This is a nice little campground on the last leg of our trip home. It's is at the edge of town and quiet, with a rural air. It's a bit pricey to my thinking, but is a good overnighter. Host was friendly and helpful. Five dollar discount is available for cash... They furnish a "half" of a picnic table.

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We were surprised to see that it's now $40 a day for a park with no WiFi or much more but a former Mobile Home site for a spot. You get two days with Passport at half price, but for a week it's $200.

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This is a basic stopping point next to a Motel in a tired little town. The staff was very upbeat and took good care of us. We were the only guests at the park, which is tired, but usable with full hookups.

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We got here at ten after noon, so had to wait until one o'clock to check in. We just waited at the entrance with no problem. Some of the staff were very friendly, some not. One fellow gave us lots of ideas on trails to hike, where to drive and so on. Sites were adequate to park our 32' motorhome and the Subaru behind it. Sandy, yes, but this is Moab. Clean enough for us. We'd come back. Laundromat is only two washer with four dryers, so we went into town and did our laundry.

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We changed our route when we realized we were so near and stopped here today. Our site, 31 faces out on an unopened Section 3. It's quiet. Generators can be used, as needed, except from 6:00AM and 8:30PM, Quiet Time. The campground has NO water, for some reason. April 1 is the official opening day, but it didn't happen as we would like. Luckily we have enough water for three days. Leaves are all over the place, but it's quiet. Goat's head thorns abound and stick on the soles of some sandals. Be aware! The Canyon is magnificent!

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This is a basic, gravel parking lot with only 20A. service. It's handy to the Park and will work fine. Some of the sites have picnic tables. The view is beautiful and almost worth the $10.75 itself. Staff person was very friendly.

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In it's day, this was surely a classy place, but the buildings are a bit worn now. Everything is very clean and the staff do a good, friendly job. It's a bit overpriced for us at $240 a week, but we have friends in the are, so here we are. The laundry is clean with six washers and eight dryers. It is quiet and surrounded by the above average beauty of Arizona.

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We haven't stayed here for four years. It's a decent park with a great location. Stores etcetera are not far. Very friendly folks greeted us at check-in and made us feel welcome.

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A gem of a campground if you aren't afraid to dry camp for a few days. Fresh Montana water is available along with the beauty of our home state. We're older and residents, so the fee is dirt cheap. We camped here decades ago in our Westfalia, but now the CG is much more developed and a real beauty.

     

Western RV Park

Logan, Utah

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A nice little overnight spot. Water hook-up is strange, just a PVC hose out of the ground with a valve and fitting, but it works. Electric heaters and AC cost an extra $3.00 a day. Nice shade and quiet. What more can a traveler ask?

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Of it's type, it's a great place. Nice shade and great internet. Fairly handy to Zion where RV sites are at a premium now. Traffic noise, but NO trains, which is unusual. We'd come back. The scenery is outstanding.

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Nice park, of it's type. Very friendly staff. Laundry is good and sites are level. Good power and water pressure. Lots of trains a ways off, but it's a campground, right? We stayed here in 2011 and now the Wi-Fi is excellent. We'll be back.

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The check-in person was very abrupt with us, although there were only a handful of folks in the campground. If you want to do the guided tour, be sure to get reservations online, since it's "privatized." We spent three nights in peace and quiet. Lots of birds around the park. We had a nice hike on the "open" area, but a permit must be picked up at the Ranger Station for that. Not a friendly campground, in my opinion, but the beauty of it far outweighs that. Sites are level with good water and power. I'd like to come back someday...better prepared.

     

D & A RV Park

Seguin, Texas

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Friendly staff in a worn-out park. Sites level, however. Laundromat is iffy due to the problems with one of the two washers; as per the lady who checked us in. Cash or check only. RV parts and accessories available nearby. Good for an overnight, but not much more.

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This is a great place, especially if you like to hike and are interested in the original people of the area. The tour to the paintings wasn't available when we were here in '11, but we took it yesterday and it was a very interesting. Our guide had lots of good information. The hike is somewhat strenuous, so bear that in mind. It's hot here already in April. The Rim Hike is a good one too. Lots of birds are passing through on their way north, like us. We hope to return in a couple of years. Very friendly staff too!