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This is a gem of an RV park to be sure. This was our first time here and to the region, so everything was new to us. We stayed here a month in a class A RV in a full hookup 50A pull-thru. The owners live on site and are extremely attentive to their guest's needs and to the overall condition of the park. The sunsets over Lake Ontario at their pergola were a treat as was the entertainers they hired on the weekends. This is a quiet, friendly, adult park. The sites are spacious, plenty of trees and grass and access to the main road is easy. We would absolutely stay here again.

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Park is a work in progress. Mostly full time residents and workers in the area. The driveway is quite rough and tough to navigate. Really nice barn, chapel and pond on location but that's really it. Makes a good place to use as a stop over. The owner is on location and very nice.

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Nice park. Paved roads, concrete slabs, well lit with very good wi-fi and cable. Well maintained and a nice overall feel to it.

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The park is exceptionally well maintained. There are multiple tiers with some sites well over 100' long. Ours was located parallel to a grove of trees. There are about seventy cows that come visit the pasture next door. There is a great museum on property as well as an entertainment center. This really is not a park for kids. It's more for laying back and relaxing. The town of Rockmart has a dumpy "historic" section and a newer work in progress. Other than bicycling The Comet Trail, it's 100 percent boring.

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Long, easy to access pull-thru sites with lots of grass and no mud. Sites are level, hookups are where they are supposed to be and the park was quite clean and certainly well maintained.

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The road leading into the park has huge potholes, be attentive. The driveway is a mess. Bumpy, potholes and muddy. The sites are large pull-through, reasonably level but mud is ever present at many sites, the interior roads are rough, muddy (even though according to the staff it hasn't rained in a week), and tough on the RV. The grass at our site was ankle high. Basically the park is suffering from neglect and age and is in need of a major overhaul. With Passport America, it is a decent deal. Full price, not so.

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New owner is working hard at restoring the park and has done a very good job. The sites are all pull-through, level, and easy to enter and exit. The pool is clean and decent sized, there is a large playground for the kids as well as two small pigs and a pen full of chickens. The owner is a nice guy and very attentive. We would stay here again.

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What it has going for it is an amazing view of the mountains and lakes. After that, it's awful. The roads are so dusty, everything becomes covered in hours. There is no wi-fi other than at the office and that is quite poor at best. The sites are unkempt, not even close to level and in our case, hard to even walk on. Clearly no effort or money goes towards maintaining the place. After seeing the KOA across the street, we'd have been better off spending the extra ten a night to stay at a decent place.

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Beautiful well maintained park with amazing gardens. The owner is on site and very friendly. Right off the highway with easy access. One of the nicer parks we've been to.

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This RV resort was a huge disappointment. The park is terribly run down with just enough maintenance to keep it working. The laundry rooms are filthy and many of the machines are out of order. They advertise a pool and hot tub, neither which are working. The sites are basic and quite muddy in the rain. Picnic tables are rotted with peeling paint, the stairs to some of the buildings are rotted as well. The Wi-Fi is awful. It rarely works for more than a few minutes at a time. For $62.00 a night, we would expect much better. We would not return.

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This RV park is located right off the main road in Vernal, making it easy to get to anything in the area. The cable TV and Wi-Fi worked flawlessly. Lots of huge shade trees and grass in between sites. The only negative was that the park has a high percentage of "permanent" residents and at least 60% of the RV's were derelict, taking away from the park's overall allure.

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Junction West RV Park is a nice place with the largest sites we have ever seen. The park is clean, well maintained and the owners live on site.

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This park is a delightful oasis in the middle of rocks and sand. It is well maintained, beautifully landscaped and the sites were ideal. The owner is on site and always willing to offer travel advice. We would certainly come back.

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This RV park is located right off the highway which is convenient. After that, forget it. Although Wi-Fi is offered, it never worked. The staff said we'd have to bring the computer to the office. There were derelict RV's parked all over the campground and it looked run down. There is nothing but lava rock to drive or walk on and nothing what-so-ever to do here. The City of Williams is a fun place to visit, but we'd rather pay more to stay at a nice place than ever come back to Canyon Gateway RV park again.

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This park was a disappointment in many ways. Based on previous reviews and on line photos, it seemed like a nice place. There is nothing but dirt, rocks, weeds and ruts in the campground. Certainly nothing attractive by any means. The management is absentee except for early morning and evenings. While Wi-Fi is offered for free, it rarely worked for more than a few minutes at a time. There are slim pickings for RV parks in Escalante, so this may have to do. Knowing what we know now, we'd pass by to the next town before we'd stop here again.