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Very nice campground with full hookups and good wide spaces with grass between sites. Staff/owners were very friendly and very helpful. Although it is close to the road, noise was very low. At dusk we saw some deer in the field next to the RV park. Nice pool, miniature golf, and facilities. We will stay here again.

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Great campground with full hookups and lake views from almost every spot. Good general store with basic supplies. We took one of the boat tours of the canyons and it was well worth the money. You are allowed to use the facilities of the hotel/resort next door including the pool. Very pleasant campground. We would stay here again.

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Location, location, location. Right next to the entrance to Bryce Canyon NP with nice level sites and full hookups. Campground is gravel with some grass between sites and lots of trees. There is a huge general store at Ruby's with lots of food and supplies. It is a bit pricey, but then it is the only store in the area. We ate at Ruby's restaurant and had the buffet for $20 each. It was good food, hot and lots of it. Don't try to compare it to a Vegas buffet, because it is nothing like that. Wait staff friendly and efficient. Great spot to tour Bryce.

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One of the best National Park campgrounds we have ever stayed in, even though there were no hookups. They do not take reservations so get there early. We arrived at 11am on a Friday and there were about 10 to 15 RV spaces left. The campground is nestled in the trees in a little valley and surrounded by the red rocks and orchards. If the fruit is in season you are free to pick it. The scenic drive is wonderful as is the little historic store next to the campground that sells home made pies and Scottish scones. Yum, yum.

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I would have rated Zion River Resort a 10, but after paying $53 a night for a site, you have to pay 50 cents for a five minute shower. The first minute of the shower you wait for the water to get warm, and when the time runs out, you cannot even get water in the sink. In the toilets, there are no sinks so you cannot wash your hands. Don't shake hands with any employees while at the park! It is not the 50 cents cost, but the principle of the thing, especially when their website states "Showers are complimentary (Easter and Memorial weekends showers are 50¢ for 5 minutes.)" I expect to pay for showers at National Parks and State Parks, but then I do not pay $53 a night for a space. I shall not return to this rv park.

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Nice campground not too far from I-25, but not much traffic noise. Great views of sunsets over the mountains. Lots of grass, nice long pull-throughs available, and lots are level with good hookups. Very clean toilets and showers, and very friendly staff and owners. We stay here every time we are in the area. Nice dog walk, and park is very pet friendly.

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Good stopping off point from I-40 with clean showers and restrooms. Free coffee and breakfast in the morning. Big pull-throughs for RV and toad, with good hookups. Very friendly owner/manager. We shall stay again.

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We have stayed here many times before, and loved it, but were a bit disappointed this time. Toilets and showers were not very clean, and staff spent a lot of time standing outside the main office door smoking and drinking coffee. Site was level and plenty of room, with good hookups. We shall probably go somewhere different next time.

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This was our first visit to this RV park, but it will not be our last. We have stayed at some of the more expensive RV parks in the area, but other than "snob appeal" they cannot touch Indian Waters. Lots of grass around and you can chose a grass or gravel site. Two swimming pools, one of which seems to be used for water polo or exercise classes, leaving the other one free for swimming or floating. Very convenient for the whole Palm Springs area. Nice walks around the park with ponds and 2 huge dog parks with grass. Two different areas with showers, toilets and laundry, so you do not have to go very far from your site. Lots to do if you want to, and the snowbirds there for the winter are very friendly. My wife attended a jewelry class and still talks about it and gets compliments on the bracelets she made. Free waffles, juice and coffee EVERY morning. Love it. We shall return to this park.

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Nice KOA for an overnight stay since there is not much else in the area. Gravel sites that are level with good hookups. Showers and toilets are clean and although it is close to I-70, there is really no road noise.

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We love this RV park and stay here every time we visit the San Diego area. Nice level sites, but some are a bit narrow for newer RVs with big slides on both side. They will fit, but it will be tight on the site. Very friendly staff. Nice clean showers and laundry and spread out at different locations on the park. Lots of in park activities if you want to join in. Nice restaurant in walking distance in the marina with nightly specials. More good restaurants nearby and big outlet mall a few miles south. Good walks around the marina, and found one tree with 2 blue heron nests. Lots of other birds around. We shall stay here again.

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As others have said, this is what an RV park should be. Many great spots overlooking the lake, friendly staff, and just a short walk to the casino. Showers and laundry located in at least 3 different areas of the park so you are never far away. Kayaks and paddle boats are available to take out on lake. Nice level sites and good hookups. Very relaxing stay and we will return.

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Very close to highway, but noise is not too bad. Nice level sites, good hookups, Wi-Fi and cable. Free limo service to the Big Texan Steak Ranch which is just down the road. Great steak dinner and nice ambiance and if you can eat a 72oz steak it is free! We would stay here again just to go to the steak ranch.

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Nice park away from highway and very quiet. Wi-Fi and cable worked well and there are lots of trees and a dog walk. Good one night stop or for a longer visit. Friendly staff and nice small gift shop.

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This is an older park in the woods that has been recently renovated with new roads and sites. Huge, long site and good hook-ups. The best part is that it is a short walk to the diamond crater to look for your fortune! We sifted dirt for two days and did not find any diamonds, but the lady next to us found a 1/2 carat yellow diamond. My wife and I have the bug and will return to this beautiful RV park.