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Small park, clean, manager very nice. Many permanent trailers but everything very clean, no junk laying around. Manager led us to our site and was very helpful. Would stay again.

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Okay for overnight, would not stay any extended time as too much highway noise. It is right alongside I-10. We arrived after dark and the person on duty led us to our sight. Sight was not real level, and was a bit muddy from recent rain. Sites quite close together. Had to get a special cable box for the TV.

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We stopped here to visit a friend. Okay for overnight. Park was clean, laundry nice, but sites close together. We had a pull through and just a small space on either side. We could hear the water heater go on in the RV next to us. No table or fire ring. All sand. Many full timers here and back in sites look a bit bigger. Would stay overnight but would not do an extended stay.

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Very nice park, lots of space between sites. It was a Saturday when we arrived, office closed but host on duty took all our info and led us to our site, he was very friendly and helpful and was available if we needed anything. Good cable TV. Would definitely stay here again.

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Sites are close, but clean. Poor customer service when we asked that a camper not run his Diesel engine for hours, which was louder than a generator, and generators are not allowed but the park allowed this camper to run his engine. We had to press them to ask him to turn it off as we were right next to him and trying to sleep. Seems some are allowed to break the rules and others are not. If you wanted the free cable TV you had to go to a local hardware store to pick up a special box, they did not keep them at the park. We arrived on a Sunday and the hardware store was closed. You also have to return the box to the hardware store. Very inconvenient. There is no place to hook up your toad in the park, we had to drive next door to the shopping center to find a spot to hook up the road. We only stayed here because we were visiting friends in the area, but would not stay again due to poor customer service.

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We had a pull through site, all gravel, no table even though some other sites had tables. The sites are very close together, no privacy. Many permanent trailers here, some with lots of junk around their sites. If you need to do laundry go elsewhere. The washers and dryers require use of a credit or debit card and one of the dryers did not work but proceeded to charge my credit card four times! I spoke to the office people and also called the service number listed on the dryer. Still waiting to hear back after several calls to them. Will be disputing those charges if don't hear back. The website is very misleading on the condition of the park. The best that can be said is that it is quiet with no highway noise. Oh, and be prepared to pay a $20 deposit for the card key to get in the gate, which you get back when you leave. If you want to leave early in the morning you might want to turn in your key the day before as the office does not open until 9:00 am.

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We spent two nights here, not much to do this time of year. The few things available were closed on Mondays. Our only full day in PG. Only electric available this time of year, but the restroom was very clean and showers were free, unlike other parks that charge, and lots of hot water in shower. Only really bad thing is that there is very poor drainage of the water from the melting snow at this time of year which created s real problem when we were leaving. The road for exiting the camp loops was a quagmire and our truck sunk up to the axles and we had to contact our emergency road service to be towed out. The owner was nice enough to refund us our camping fee for both nights because of this problem. We have stayed at this park in 2009 and would stay again.

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Owner very friendly and although we arrived late in the day, and most of the spaces available at this time of year were occupied, he found space for us. But we only had power. He saw to it that we were able to fill up with water and were able to dump our tanks. Had to stay longer than planned due to weather and he let us pay a day at a time. The restrooms were very nice; although, I think it is wrong to have to pay to use showers when we already were paying $40 a night for just power hookup. Lots of snow melting so was quite muddy. It seems BC towns don't use much pavement, only gravel. Would stay here again as everything was clean.

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Nice clean park, easy in, easy out. Staff friendly. Nice walking/biking path. Close to downtown Salt Lake City. It is close to the interstate so if traffic noise is going to bother you, you might want to stay elsewhere. We did not notice the noise because our windows were closed while we were here. A few long-timers, only saw one that could use a bit of cleanup. Would stay here again.

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If you are looking for quiet, scenery, hiking/biking trails this is the place for you. Do bring plenty of your own water as all water for the park has to be trucked in from Moab, 30 miles away. Fabulous views of the Canyonlands from the point overlook. Close to the entrance of Canyonlands National Park, and about 25 miles from the entrance to Arches National Park. Staff and campground hosts very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again.

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Lovely park with nice lake. Restrooms immaculate. They are small but more than adequate in size. The only drawback to this park is the highway noise, especially on weekday mornings.

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We stayed here because of the ratings in the Trailer Life Directory of 9/9.5*/9. The length of our stay was from 9/14/2011 until 9/20/2011. We were very disappointed with the facilities for the price of $45.00 a night. There was trash and bottle caps all over the sight we were assigned, and also in the surrounding sights. The restrooms were nowhere near as clean as they could be. The grass all needed to be mowed. My husband and I spend most of our time in State Parks around the country volunteering as campground hosts and we would never let a camper move into a site that was as dirty as this one was. We, also, are very particular about restrooms and know how they should be cleaned. It is a disgrace that they would charge to use showers when the showers are not very clean. It is also wrong to be charging for showers when you are paying $45.00 per day to camp. When we first checked in the girl at the office was very friendly and helpful. Later when my husband went up to notify the office that we were not receiving the correct amps at the sight, there was a different lady and she was very unfriendly, and did not seem at all concerned about the problem. On the night of Saturday/Sunday the 17th/18th we were awakened by campers in a tent across from us. They were talking very loud, drinking, and playing loud music. This was at 1:00 am. We called the office phone numbers and only received a recording. We left a message; there was no way to reach the campground management. We finally called the local police department for disturbance of the peace. They finally arrived about 2:30 am. This is totally unacceptable that we should have to put up with this type of noise when quiet hours begin at 10:00 pm. On the 19th we went to do laundry, we were washing 3 loads of wash. Two of the washers were working fine; the 3rd one would not agitate. I went to the office to report the problem. The girl in the office said she would track down the person responsible for them. She came into the laundry room about 10 minutes later, she said the washing machine company would have to come out to fix the washer and she told me I would have to move the clothes to another washer. She gave me the money for it, but did not offer to help me wring out the clothes or move them. So I had to wring out all the clothes and move them to another washer. The laundry room does NOT have a sink or any paper towels to dry hands off, so there I was with drippy hands. During the whole time we were at the campground we have not seen any cleanup of the grounds. We would NOT recommend this campground to anyone .

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Nice park, but off the beaten path. Not much to do in the area, we visited Cooperstown but it is a bit of a drive. We stayed here because we could use our Passport America discount. Grass was well mowed, but pool not yet open, even though it was very hot and would have liked to be able to swim. Nice distance between sites, best we have seen in any private park. Some of the buildings are in real need of maintenance. Several seasonal residents but everything was very clean. If you are looking for a place to just have some quiet time with no noise this would be a good a place.

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Clean, nice store with many items, owners friendly. Many permanent trailers but area kept clean. Large pool and very nice playground. Pull through sites in full sun. Only 30 amp available and when we wanted to sit outside to use our computer had to plug it into the RV as the outside post plug did not work. Not too far from Corning which was were we visiting. Would stay here again.

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OK for an overnight stay, no amenities or things to do at park. Owner friendly, grass mowed, no trees. Right on highway and there is traffic noise. We stayed here because Allegany state park said they could not accommodate a rig our size, which we found later was not true. The state park is much nicer and would stay there next time.