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We have been coming to Cedar City for many years now. Discovered this quaint little RV park 10 miles south just off of I-15 on old Hwy 91, and thought we'd try it because the prices of RV parks in Cedar City are now ridiculous. Kanarraville is a pretty little farming community township. This is a small park, only 22 RV sites, on grass and gravel. Tent camping is allowed also. Park is owned and operated by a very nice woman. She is very helpful and is as accommodating as possible given the limited space she has to work with. There are a few 50 amp pull-through spaces, lots of 30 amp as well. All sites are either gravel or grass and all are level. A little dusty but not bad. This RV park is kept clean and tidy and has shade trees. Restrooms and showers are good, as is the water. Power good with one exception. Pets are welcome. RV office has ice. This RV park is very near the trail head to Kanarra Creek Falls slot canyon. The hike there is definitely something you want to do (Google it). Not a super-easy hike but not hard either, although I wouldn't recommend it for very small children or those with walking difficulties. A lot of it is in the ankle to knee-deep creek itself so prepare shoes to get wet. About 4 hours round trip and walking sticks help. Zion 60 min, Bryce Canyon 90 min, north rim of Grand Canyon 3 hrs. Good trout fishing in all of southern UT. ATV country also. All in all we were very pleased with our five week stay in our 40 ft rig. (Great motorcycle area.) We will come back again next year.

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First of all, you need to know this is a boater/watercraft/fishing place and is VERY remote. The resort bills itself as Searchlight NV, but it's actually 15 miles east of Searchlight off of SR95 down in the Colorado River canyon on Lake Mojave. Long fairly narrow grade going in and coming out with no level cooling off spots, NO places to pull over, OR TURN AROUND. If you have a big rig like our 40' fiver, once you start down, you have to go the entire 15 miles to the resort to turn around. The paved road is good, though. This resort is way over priced for what you get. When you get to the resort it's confusing as to where to turn into the RV portion or find the office due to lack of directing signs. The RV park is listed as gravel but it's dirt/sand and very dusty. Sites are not level. No shade. Some trash on the ground. There are both pull-through and back-in sites, but all are narrow and tight. Metal picnic tables were dirty and stained. Many of the concrete "patios" are cracked and broken. Water and power was OK. Full hook-ups 50 amp service. Staff was friendly but not very helpful. You are on your own finding the office, your site, and parking your rig. Bathroom/showers were clean but very hot and stuffy. Small motel is way overpriced. Beach and marina are nice, lake water good and clear and safe for swimming. Good fishing for big striper if you have a boat. Boat rentals and slips are very expensive. The small store/gift shop has some basic clothing, groceries, boating and RV repair supplies but there is NO shopping for many miles, NO RV repair services and NO FUEL, except for boats at the marina. The resort is on NPS property so lots of NPS rules. Pets are OK with NPS restrictions. Due to it being overpriced for what you get, and the grade in and out, we would NOT return again.

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The park itself is very nice. Fairly new. All sites level concrete, wide. Roads wide. Electric, water, sewer all very good. Lots of grass. Small trees. Dog park and amenities very nice. Price here is far to high for the area. Some shopping in Greenfield (3 mi), better in King City 10 miles south, but the closest major shopping is in Salinas 30 miles north. Coast is an hour away, i.e., Monterey, Moss Landing, etc. Very windy and dusty May-June. Our rig is 40' long.

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Have stayed here several times. Park is on a hillside but all the sites are level concrete with grass and trees. Very nice. Clean, well kept; water, electricity. and sewer all good. Office staff helpful. Reasonably easy to get in and out of sites even with our 40' rig. Closest small shopping is 3 miles in Acton. Closest big shopping is 7-10 miles in Palmdale/Lancaster. Only 40 miles from N. Hollywood. Nice place, especially if you want access to North LA or Magic Mountain (20 miles). Will stay here again.

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Nice park. Nice area in Antelope Vly hills. Built on a hillside and split into two separate areas, one for longer term. Level concrete sites, asphalt driveways with grass and trees between sites. Pads are a bit narrow but adequate space between sites (long term is a bit more room but asphalt &gravel and not as aesthetic. Controlled access. Wi-Fi good (1 week free), cable TV good. Water and power all good. Not much in way of shopping close by. Nearest is Palmdale-7 miles. 40 minutes from Burbank/N Hollywood (with decent traffic). We'd stay here again.

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Ok for a stop over, but pricey for a county park. Sites are level asphalt but dirt in between makes it very messy. More like camping than RV park. Large trees make nice shade but make for bad satellite reception. No cable. Tight for big rigs, but doable. No Wi-Fi, but there is a booth for Ethernet cord. Water and power good. Not much in way of shopping in KC. Safeway and some mini marts. Salinas and Paso Robles are closest big towns. Relatively safe and quiet. Would only stop here again if a necessity.

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Not a great place for sure. Full of old trashy permanent trailers with junk piled everywhere. Very tight for any big rigs no matter what they advertise. No room between rigs. Gravel mixed with dirt sites. Sites are level. Large Eucalyptus trees make shade, but are very hard to maneuver around, are very messy, and keep satellite signal out. Cable TV is OK, and internet fair, but they only give you 24 hours of Wi-Fi free, then you have to pay. Water and power seems OK. Staff very nice and helpful, but the place is just trashy looking and way too tight. 4-6 miles from any shopping. We came to visit friends in Vacaville, and we would not stay here again.

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Wow! By far the best park we've stayed in, in our many travels. It's in town but immaculate grounds and facilities. Totally fenced in with controlled access. Very esthetic landscaping. Not a bunch of nonsense rules. Sites are level concrete with nice grass and plenty of room in between. Asphalt driveways with plenty of maneuver room for even the largest rigs. Water and power good. Wi-Fi excellent as is the cable. Grocery shopping literally right around the corner (Safeway. Lots of dining close-by. Wal-Mart SC half mile. Tons of recreation stuff to do in the Salem area. River walk about 3 miles away. Don't miss Evergreen (Spruce Goose) Aviation/Space Museum in McMinnville. Only thing that kept this park from being an over-the-top 10 is no pool and pet area is small. Other than that, it's a winner. Here two weeks and we'd definitely come back.

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Decent park. Clean and well kept. Lots of large trees and shade. Gravel sites with asphalt access roads. Spaces between rigs fair. Water and power good, but use a pressure regulator. A bit tricky for big rigs, but very do-able if you're at least fair at handling your rig. Lots of big rigs there. Park has two separate areas, upper and lower, we stayed in lower. Staff friendly and helpful. Park is on a hillside, so some leveling necessary. Satellite reception depends on site...not too many due to the trees, but cable good. Shopping about a mile. Closest Walmart about 16 miles. Harbor and dining 5 minutes.

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Park is split into two areas and you pay accordingly. Both areas have both back-in and pull-through. Lower area has back-in sites right on the water. Sites are level gravel. Roads are gravel also. Narrow between most sites but room to maneuver big rigs. Water and power good. Wi-Fi good. Didn't use cable. Satellite reception depends on your site (most are OK). No amenities to speak of. Laundry room good. Paved walking/biking trail right through the RV park all the way to town. Staff was friendly and helpful BUT, we made reservations two months ahead and req a pull-through and not by the adjacent highway. They gave us a back-in right next to highway (very noisy). Not happy about that. Surrounding area is very nice. LOTS of recreation stuff to see and do, i.e. whale watching, kayaking, biking, fishing, etc, so make sure you drive around and check out places like Washington Park and Deception Pass. Downtown has lots of shops. Grocery shopping is iffy. One Safeway and "The Market at Anacordes", both three miles. Closest Walmart is 16 miles in Mt. Vernon. Only a couple RV parks to choose from and this one is OK. Don't know about the other one. Would come here again but would BE SPECIFIC about what I wanted in a site and get it put in the confirmed reservation, and wouldn't rely on office staff to do me right. Cool overcast/fog till about 11 am, then sunny and nice, at least for us. Cool at night.

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Not a bad park. Clean and well cared for. Water and power good. Staff very friendly and helpful. Gravel sites with strips of grass in between. VERY little room between sites, but road maneuver room is ok to get in and out with big rigs. Park is on a slight incline, so not real level side to side...ok front to rear tho. Airport and traffic noise is fairly high, but tolerable. Fred Myer is about a block away, but that's the only shopping close by, other than mini-mart. Walmart (not a Super Center) is about 3-5 miles, as is the rest of town, and is limited on groceries. Take the time to drive the countryside...very pretty up towards Mt. Baker, etc. Whatcom Falls park is here in town and is worth a look. Lots of bicycling in the area. Marina area is pretty. It rains here a lot we're told, but we lucked out....some clouds/fog in the a.m., but wonderful after about noon all the way till dark. Cools off quite a bit at night. Border is 10 miles, Vancouver, BC is 50 miles. We stayed here 10 days. Saw everything there is to see.

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Nice park. Clean, well kept. Staff very helpful. Access good with maneuver room for big rigs. Concrete driveways with level gravel sites, grass in between. Water, power, cable TV good. Wi-Fi good. Only drawback is distance from all three towns (Richland, Kennewick, Pasco), 4-5 miles. Make sure to visit local wineries...excellent. Columbia river close-by. Lots of water recreation and golf. Tri-cities has everything you need shopping wise. All in all a good place to stay. I recommend it and would stay again.

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Already committed to the area for several days so we'll stay, but I WON'T come here again. Made reservations a month in advance and they lost them. Stuck us in a 30amp site in old area of the park next to horse barn. Site are level gravel, some with grass some not. Power iffy. Water good. Some areas of the park are better than others. Boise River is right here and has nice walking/biking path. Shopping fairly close. Staff was friendly and tried to be helpful, but seemed very disorganized. Decent park but bad business practices. We'll look for another park next time.

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Decent small park for an overnighter or two. Nothing elaborate, but clean and well kept. Staff friendly and helpful. Sites level gravel with grass and trees. Water and power good. Plenty of room to maneuver big rigs. We have large FWTH - 40'. All good. We'd stay here again in transit.

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Small, 10 space RV park in center of town. Clean and well kept. Level gravel. Good water, power, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. Right across street from a nice park and grocery shopping. We stay here every June for festivals. Close to Zion (60 mi) and Bryce (90 mi) both and reasonable close to North Rim (150 mi). No showers or bathrooms. Some traffic noise from Main Street, but that doesn't bother us. We like the fact that you can walk to almost everything you need (except Wally World - 2 miles). CC is near 6k feet so pleasant weather in summer, unlike St. George to the south (hot!).