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We were happy with our overnight stay in Terry. We were able to go rockhounding within a few miles. We also drove the Calypso trail to look at the Terry Badlands. The drive is 2 miles from town and well worth it. We have a Jeep but did not need 4 wheel drive. This is a small RV park but it actually has full hookups at the site which many parks do not and they don't overcharge. We would stay there again.

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Easy access, big rig ok. You can pay $10 more per night for a paved site, we chose gravel for $40 (tax incl). Nice mountain views. Services all work well. Cable. Verizon 2 plus. Doug in the office was very helpful with back road drive suggestions. Very close to town. We enjoyed this one.

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Easy access, off the highway, very big rig friendly. Nice big sites, all had tables. No cable but the TV reception was excellent (tower just above the camp). Excellent central location for touring the area. No issues with the services, 50 amp was good. We would stay here again.

     

Kampark

Blanding, Utah

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Easy access, big rigs ok. Some pull through sites. Gravel. We chose a site that was level but many are not. No cable, no tv reception. Verizon 2 plus. It does have trees which were nice. We did move here from Blue Mountain because there are no side by side hook ups here. They are having some trouble with their sewer system but are working on it. We would stay here again because it is cheaper and the hook up situation.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Easy access, big rig ok. Some pull through sites. Gravel. Very neat and clean. Owners very nice and helpful. Laundry. No cable. TV antenna worked. Verizon 2 plus. Services all work well. We would stay here again.