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May thru Sept $44 per night, no weekly or monthly discounts. Full hookups with CTV. Asphalt and concrete pads, some very narrow and close together, limited overflow parking. Ducks, Coots, and Geese keep weird hours and leave deposits everywhere. Many long term residents but sites are clean and tidy. Mowers don't collect grass clippings, leave them laying for you to track into the RV and grass is wet most of the time. Built on the site of an old peat bog, low ground and during rain there may be minor flooding in some places. Close to shopping and dining, Community and Sound Transit systems. Laundry clean and reasonable, propane available on site, speed limit 8 1/2 MPH. There isn't much else available in the area and this CG is packed most of the time, must have reservations months in advance. The CG is quiet and folks are friendly, when in the area we will return.

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Excellent staff and CG is paved roads with gravel sites. Patios are concrete and large sites separated by grass and growing trees. W/S/E/CTV. Some sites are drive thru, others are back-in, most are level, all with ample room for big rigs and toad or tow vehicle. The location is handy to I-82, shopping a few minutes away in town. The pool and spa are clean, the restrooms and laundry are spotless. This is a premium CG in an excellent location. We like it here and will return every chance we get.

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Western theme, MH and RV park. Sites are mostly level gravel, patchy grass separating sites (don't try to put out a mat or carpet on the grass). Utilities are placed in the middle of the site. This time of year the pool is still closed, hot tub needs repair. Laundry ($2 each) and restrooms clean, store well equipped. Staff mostly pretty helpful and friendly, guide to your site from check-in. The price is a little excessive for the site. Permanent residents along the fences, mostly tidy sites. We enjoyed our stay here and would return if in the area.

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Check in went smoothly, guided to site and the pull-thru we were assigned was level and required very little work to open slides. Staff was friendly and helpful. Laundry is $1.50 wash and dry, clean. Site utilities, water and electric, in the middle of your rig. Sewer is a reach, takes extra hose in this site. Most services are nearby and shopping is close. There is lots of water in the Boise River this time of year, use caution. Sites are combination concrete pad and grass with a sidewalk and you park your toad or tow vehicle across that pad from your RV. No baseball yet this year so the Fairgrounds were pretty quiet. There are no picnic tables, not a big deal but it would be nice. We have stayed here before and will return when in the area.

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No camp host when we arrived, check in at the Chamber of Commerce, in the park or pay box at entrance. Camp Host did arrive two days after our arrival. Sites are gravel with large parking spot for toad or tow vehicle. Concrete patio with BBQ stand and picnic table. Grass plot with a tree. Key for showers, code for access to restrooms, both clean. Huge Heyburn City Park on the Snake River with walking trails, docks and boat ramp. There is no laundry on site. Some sites are drive thru, some back-in and others drive in but not thru. Local police patrol the park and campground. Burley Airport directly across the river. Very Nice park and CG we would return when thru the area.

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The 7 is for convenience to many things. The RV park still isn't visible amid the mobile homes. There are many vacant lots, some MH's are vacant and in disrepair, some are occupied but a mess, RV's with full time residents are mostly very untidy, other MH's are well kept. Owned by Silver King of Arizona. The office and clubhouse/pool is neat and clean but largely unused. RV sites are scattered all over the place but utilities are fairly easy to reach. HDTV delivered 11 stations. Office person guided us to our "drive-thru" site, with WSE, across part of another vacant lot. Although I-15 is visible from the CG there isn't much noise to deal with. Our T-Mobile phones and Wi-Fi hotspot worked great. For an overnight we probably would stop again if in the area.

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The wind seems to blow constantly. We set up on the south perimeter of the CG, backed into the site, utilities are in the middle of the gravel, well marked with PVC "shields" plenty of room to park so they are positioned near the center and next to the rig. With slides open the utilities are beneath the slide on the left side and that isn't a problem. Concrete pad for parking the toad or tow vehicle, plenty of room for relaxing, grassy spot and another gravel. South perimeter sites back up to the alfalfa fields, open view to the south, and gives you a good angle against the prevailing winds, usually N or NW. Laundry was clean and $1 wash & dry. Off season so office was unattended but staff does check-in. CG is neat and clean. Two grocery stores in town, folks are friendly. We saw one (1) Delta Police Officer, on patrol, one time during the week, on UT-50. There is a lot of turn-over during the week but the CG is never anywhere near full. UP freight trains north and south during the day but not noisy. Interior roads are hard surface and some gravel. This CG is quiet and restful, we enjoyed our stay here and will return.

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Access CG from Rt 9, via SR 318 (Quail Lake Rd). Check-in at the Welcome Center and be escorted to your assigned site. WSE in gravel sites, level isn't difficult in most. Sites ARE close together and with RV's side to side and slides open there isn't much room between. Parking for the toad or tow vehicle is tight. There is room opposite for patio and picnic table, some sites with shade, others not. Pool open daily and restrooms and showers clean. Laundry clean and large $1.50 wash & $1.25 dry. Staff was friendly but not truly informative. Website says CTV, front desk said "not hooked up". Maintenance staff said it works, everywhere, and it did. Some maintenance is being ignored by management. This is a busy location, close to Zion and Kolob Canyon, a day trip to Bryce Canyon. The good view sites on the west edge are now occupied with "Get away" Cabins. We enjoyed our stay here and will return.

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The CG was crowded and we were assigned a W/E only site for our week. No Sewer and no CTV in the site. Full hook-ups are available in the upper levels. Some sites are pull thru, others are back-ins, all gravel, most fairly level, maybe with a slope back to front. CG once was another brand. During our stay some remodel was being conducted. Restrooms and showers were clean and staff cleaned daily. During this season make reservations at least two months out and don't expect an overnight here without reservation. During our stay many RV's were turned away every day because there were no sites available. Staff was courteous and efficient. Dump station is accessible, get a key from the desk to use. HDTV is non-existent and not every site has CTV hook-up. This is an excellent location for Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell plus surrounding National Monuments and Parks. We enjoyed our stay here and will return.

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This is a large, gated facility associated with TTN/Encore. We spent two weeks there this year and our site was large enough, back-in was easy, and we had concrete patio the length of the 5th wheel. Utilities are easy to reach, good electrical, very hard water supply. Staff is friendly and helpful, sometimes not responsive to specific complaints. Wind blew debris out of the palm trees one night and the next day staff came around and cleaned it up. Snake Hole GC is still there and as much fun as ever. Members organize several different activities and everyone is cordial and friendly. Idaho Road is a major street from the interchange at AZ-60 and gets very noisy on weekends. All the amenities here are in good condition and the pool and hot tub are used a lot. Shuffle board court is busy. We enjoy our time here and will return next winter.

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This is our destination when we take our "time out" from TTN Verde Valley. The owners here are super, the amenities are well cared for and the laundry, restrooms and showers clean. Hot tub is clean. The CG is crushed rock and gravel, some sites with concrete patios, most with planter area between sites. Each site is on a separate electrical circuit and breaker, water and sewer an easy reach. There are several permanent residents here and they are friendly, the sites are clean and tidy. There are some organized activities and the owners are great people. We will continue to stay here when we take our "time out" from Verde Valley TTN.

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This is our winter destination. Between November and February we spent a major part of our time here. Last summer there was an electrical storm which caused major damage to not only the CG systems but two nearby towns were also effected. Sections A,B & C are shut down, only occupied by permanent residents in a few sites. H section is packed and reservations are nearly impossible to get, plus if you don't have a reservation you won't get into the CG and current reservations can not be extended. Until Encore sees fit to upgrade the electrical system in Sections A,B & C, the utility provider will not increase input to the CG. With all that to consider, this is a nice CG. Members maintain activities available for anyone and everyone to participate, and staff is friendly and as helpful as possible. The Home Style Grill no longer exists, closed in November. CG staff keeps the restrooms and showers clean, the pool is closed for the season and the hot tub is down for repairs. We enjoy the time we spend here and will return.

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Not much has changed from our last stay here. The sites and roads are rough dirt, gravel and rocks. Sites have concrete patios, most are back-in with lots of room to navigate. There are no fire rings, no picnic tables, not much TV. Utilities are fairly easy to reach. Since traffic was light there wasn't a problem with having someone backed up to our lounge window. Water is definitely still and issue. Bring bottled water for cooking and drinking, tap water is nasty. When the wind blows here is does blow, don't leave awnings open during the day if you plan to be gone. This is an ok place to stay for the short term and there isn't much in the area to chose from. We probably will return when through the area.

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The only access to the CG is via the Parker Dam Road out of Earp, CA. When you see the signs "Watch for Burros" they are not kidding. Roads in the CG are paved, sites are gravel and sand. We found the sites to be mostly level and utilities are placed well. Sewer hookup may require a second length of line. Tap water is NOT drinkable. CTV hookup with about 70 channels. This is a member CG and river sites are reserved for members only. Each site has a standing grill and picnic table. There is room enough for patio furniture and awning. There are drive-thru sites and back-ins not lacking for space to navigate. Staff isn't much interested in hearing about any issues with their sites and take no corrective action. The sewer dump in site 67 was broken off and when we told the staff about it they took no action, in fact tried to assign another camper that spot after we moved into another site. There are burros in the desert and surrounding area, wander down the streets in the CG just before sunset every evening. Free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse, not much in the way of cell phone coverage. Other than attitude from staff and members this is a pleasant CG to spend a little time unwinding. We would likely return if in the area in the future.

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CG is about 1 mile from I-15 on old Hwy58. No traffic noise. Roads and sites are gravel and sand, sites have concrete patios, W/S/E 30/50AMP. 50 AMP costs $4 more per night. Sites are separated by Oleander bushes. Staff is friendly and helpful. CTV is free and Wi-Fi is not. Our Jet Pak pulled a full strength signal and our T-Mobile phones were fine. The CG shows it age but is well maintained. Restrooms and Showers were clean and freshly painted. Laundry 75 cents wash/75 cents dry. Each arrival is escorted to the appointed site and guided into place. Picnic tables and benches but no fire pits. This is a pleasant stop-over and many people do just that, spend the night and leave the following morning. We enjoy the relaxation and will return when through Barstow in the future.