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This park was a convenient stop between Custer State Park, SD, and our next stop, Rocky Mountain National Park. As has been noted in previous reviews, the owners work elsewhere during the day. A phone number was posted on the adjacent house. We called and were told to pick a site and pay later. We got an easy, level pull-thru and settled in. The owner came by in the evening and was very friendly. Although it could use a little grass mowing, everything worked as expected and we'd stay there again.

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The $9.00 ReserveAmerica reservation fee boosted the senior rate from a reasonable $14 to a margin $23 for our one-night stay at a no hook-up site. Still, the beauty of the Crystal River Canyon makes it worthwhile. This a special area. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. Our site was large (actually a double site 34/35) and mostly level. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and hope to return and stay longer.

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Our site was pull-thru, close and parallel to the B-loop road. It was on an incline so front-to-back leveling took some effort. We were shaded by beautiful Gambel oak, and the area was frequented by mule deer. Water is trucked in. The only tap in the area was a water fountain with spigot for filling water bottles. There is no wifi, and our Verizon hotspot couldn't find a connection But it's a national park; who needs wifi?

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This park was a nice break from traveling across Utah toward Las Vegas. Our back-in site was shady and mostly level. The staff was friendly and helpful. We'd stop there again if we pass that way.

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This park obviously appeals to families and was packed with lots of children, required great care in negotiating the narrow, winding tree-lined roads. The trees provide plenty of shade but can make fitting into sites something of a challenge. Our site (water and electric only) was no where near level, adding to the challenge. We were satisfied with the place, but ready to move on after two days there.

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We found the park very convenient for accessing the Strip thanks to the free shuttle from Sam's Town, though it doesn't run after 9:30 p.m. The park facilities were adequate. We used our Verizon hotspot since the park's wifi was not useful at our site. The bathrooms were small and could use updating, but they were clean. We got the free "b-connect" cards at the casino to access the inexpensive buffet. The $6 breakfast buffet was a great deal.

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We had a wonderful time at Devils Tower and the campground was ideal. We had shade from giant cottonwoods and a convenient pull-thru site. The only negative was a large group of youths nearby that didn't quiet down until nearly 11 p.m.

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We stayed here 5 nights and found the campground to be a wonderful base for touring the Black Hills and out to Badlands. The hosts and staff were friendly and helpful. The one-way road layout was a little odd making backing in to our site challenging. We just defied the one-way and made it easier on ourselves (with the blessing of the host).

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The park was very convenient to I-90 and the sites were mostly level and plenty long. The facilities were fine and the staff friendly. I thought it odd that we were asked to park our tow vehicle behind our trailer so "it would look more uniform" since motorhomes had their toads in the rear. Whatever. In the evening, we walked the neighborhood and found a cluster of ballparks with Little League games under way. A fun evening.

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We spent 5 nights here because we couldn't get in to the Grand Canyon North Rim Campground. We really enjoyed our stay in spite of the 40-mile (one-way) drive to the canyon. We spent at least half the days driving and hiking on National Forest land near the canyon rim but outside the park. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful and the sites were beautiful and spacious. The pit toilets were always clean and fresh smelling (good job!).

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What a beautiful setting! A mini Bryce Canyon without the crowds. Since we were traveling with relatives in a separate camper, we took one of the double sites that don't allow Senior/Access Pass discounts. It was worth the extra fee. Although the campground is near the highway, noise wasn't a problem (lots of trees helped with screening). Flush toilets and clean showers were nearby. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The only negative for me was that a curved access road on a hill was only one lane wide. Could be a problem if meeting another rig.

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We had reservations for two nights here. The site was easy to access, although the one-way loops were a little confusing at first. Invasive cheat grass is prevalent throughout the campground, although it had been trimmed in the immediate vicinity of each picnic table and fire ring. Lots of shade from mature cottonwood trees and great views, especially near sunset as shadows move up the hillside across the Green River.

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We spent two nights here and got in some great hikes. The campground is beautiful. We had a double-wide site that allowed us to spread out and enjoy the late afternoon shade and great views. Capitol Reef is a great park and Fruita is a wonderful place from which to explore it.

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If you need hookups, this RV facility is ideal for visiting Yellowstone. We stayed for a week and were happy to come back to the rig after a fun, tiring day of enjoying the varied sights in the huge park. As has been said, the RV sites are packed together and share hookups with little space for outdoor activities: no picnic tables or fire pits. Setting up upon arrival and hooking up for departure often temporarily blocks the access road to other sites. The folks that work in the registration office and greet new arrivals are friendly and helpful.

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This was the ideal stop for us en route from Dinosaur National Monument to Yellowstone National Park. It was convenient, tidy and management was friendly, accommodating and shared a sense of humor. Our site was level with easy hookups. Everything worked as expected. The bathrooms were spotless. The only down side was that one of the long-term residents was using both washers and dryers when we needed to use them.