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With views of the Tetons, a setting in a wooded park, a great site, and helpful people this park is a joy to stay in. Access roads are paved and easy to navigate. Our level, paved, back-in site (D174) was very spacious for our 37' MH, provided a large paved parking pad for our toad, and had a gravel patio with an oversized picnic table and fire ring. The electric hookup was convenient. There were no water or sewer connections, nor WiFi, nor laundry. We didn't use the bathrooms. The cheerful staff were very friendly, helpful, and accommodating. We consider this to be one of the most attractive parks of our entire summer voyage. The price, even net of an National Parks Senior Pass discount, might be seen a bit high without full hookups, but we considered it a decent value for all the rest of what this park offers.

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Being close to Victor and the surrounding nature wonderlands, and having a very pleasant staff are this park's best attributes. The gravel roads and sites are adequate and reasonably easy to navigate, and the trees that gave us some shade from the sun and privacy from the next site are a plus. Water, sewer, and electric hookups were convenient. WiFi signal was strong, but the Tengo Internet service dropped out far to often. We did not use the bathrooms. Laundry was serviceable though small. The staff, both the owner and a cadre of work-campers were all very friendly and helpful. The price, which is net of a Good Sam discount, seemed quite high for the amenities offered, but I guess that premium has to be expected in this location.

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This is a popular family destination owing to the pool and extra-charge water slide and mini-golf, and also populated with many semi-permanent trailers seemingly occupied by people working in the area. Gravel access roads are somewhat tight for big rigs as are some of the sites. (We had to request a site change due to branches that hung too low for our 37' MH.) Our gravel site was a bit sloped, and although it was a pull-through, we ended up backing out to avoid driving through some low-hanging branches. The gravel site-rather narrow and only just long enough for our MH and toad-was separated by a bit of grass and a picnic table from the adjoining sites. Fortunately, mature trees provide nice shade. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups were convenient, although only 30 amp on our site. WiFi cost $13 extra for 3 days, so it's good that it worked very well. We didn't use the bathrooms or laundry. Price, net of Good Sam discount, seemed a good value for the amenities offered.

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Paved access roads and level, concrete sites flanked by a nicely manicured lawn, a picnic table, and a concrete dingy parking pad make this a delightful place to stay when you want to be close to Salt Lake City. Service was cheerful and even included an escort to our site as we arrived. Our pull-thru site was long enough for our 37' MH and connected toad, even without the separate dingy parking pad. Water, sewer and electric hookups were convenient, though 30' distance to sewer required a hose extension. WiFi was strong, but Internet connection was spotty and thruput was mediocre. Laundry was very clean and convenient. Price, net of Good Sam discount, seemed reasonable for the amenities offered.

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Located in the center of the action just a few miles from Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse State Park, and the tourist mecca of Moab, this park is a good base for lots of fun. Gravel access roads, although a bit tight, are easy to navigate. Our pull-thru gravel site was just long enough for our 37' MH and toad. A few small trees give at least a bit of shade from the blistering sun. Although sites are provided with a concrete patio and picnic table, they are narrow and densely packed. Water, sewer, and electric hookups function well, though a 15' stretch to the sewer did require a hose extension. WiFi signal was strong and but Internet connectivity and thruput were somewhat spotty. We did not use the bathrooms. Laundromat was average. Doug, the owner, was friendly, cheerful, and helpful. Although not the least expensive park of our summer trip, we were happy to pay the price for power to run the A/C in the 100°+ heat, and thought it was a reasonable value.

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This pleasant, smaller park only 10 miles from Capital Reef NP is a pleasure to stay in and a decent value as well. Access roads are gravel and easy to navigate. Sites are also gravel, separated by grass strips and a picnic table. Some even have a small concrete patio. Water, sewer, and electric hookups were convenient. WiFi was strong and Internet thruput was pretty good. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry was handy and fairly inexpensive, though the dryers were slow. Overall the park feels well cared for and well run, and we were happy with the price.

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This park provides great access to Bryce Canyon National Park via free shuttle or a short car ride, for which you pay a bit of a premium price. We were in a new section that has wide gravel access roads and very spacious gravel sites separated by grass with a picnic table. Electricity, water, and sewer hookups were convenient. WiFi signal was very strong, but the Internet service was a bit sporadic, though they were able to get it working again whenever I complained. We did not use the bathrooms or laundry. One downside to our site (221) was getting the car got sprayed each night with hard sprinkler water that left difficult-to-remove spots on the windshield, which continued each night despite our complaint. Overall we thought this was a good park from which to visit the National Park, but just a bit higher priced than we'd have liked for the amenities offered.

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About 14 miles from the Zion National Park entrance, this park effectively caters to those who want luxurious surroundings, and charges accordingly. The access roads are paved. Sites are fairly level concrete pads separated by grass and a nice gravel patio with a table and fire ring. Although spacing is a bit tight, our site easily accommodated a 37' MH and toad. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups were convenient. The WiFi signal was strong and thruput reasonable, and they even have a Verizon booster so we could make calls by going to the office. We didn't use the bathrooms or laundry. Central facilities include an outdoor pool, a game room, and a social hall. Everything is extremely clean, neat and well cared for. As expected for such high-end accommodations, they charge a premium price.

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This campground served us well for a day "in town" before heading into the parks, as it is very convenient to all types of shopping, restaurants, post office, etc. Access roads are paved and easy to navigate. The gravel sites are extremely close with a shared concrete patio, but long enough to accommodate our 37' MH and toad. Expect to hear traffic noise as this very close to I-15. Water, sewer, and electricity hookups are convenient. The WiFi signal was strong, but throughput was a bit spotty and very slow at best. We did not use the bathrooms or laundry. With temps over 110°, we thought this park was a decent value for the location and electricity to run our A/C.

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A location just a few miles from the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is the best feature of this park. The section we were in is just a gravel parking lot-none too level-with four back-in sites spaced very close together. Fortunately they were plenty long for our 37' MH and toad. Electric, water, and sewer hookups were conveniently placed, and the WiFi signal was pretty strong and generally gave decent throughput. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry was convenient and clean. The price was just a bit higher than we like, but we sure did appreciate having the power to run our A/C!

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A simple, pleasant place close to the Canyon de Chelly views, this clean, neat campground is a great value. Be careful approaching, as there is no clear signage and our GPS sent us on a 3 mile goose chase; take the turn toward Thunderbird lodge. The park is mostly shaded by tall trees with paved access roads and sites, all quite level. We had one of the pull-thru sites which was very adequate for our 37' MH and toad (disconnected). There were no hookups, but the dump station was convenient and clean. There was no WiFi, with Verizon we didn't get any data service in the area, and connectivity was spotty at best even at local restaurants that offered WiFi. We didn't use the bathrooms, and there was no laundry available. Even with the limited amenities, we thought this was a good value at such a low price.

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Located very close yet outside the bustle of Grand Canyon National Park, this primitive campground is perfect for those who enjoy boondocking. Access roads and sites are paved, and ours was a very long, spacious pull-thru. The Campground Host pleasantly reassigned us from site #18 which is terribly downhill to #23 which was reasonably level. There are no hookups, not even a spigot for refilling the RV fresh water tank or sewer dump (though both are supposedly available a few miles away in Tusayan. There is no WiFi, but the Verizon signal was adequate for 3G. We did not used the bathrooms, and there are no laundry facilities. The bargain price is net of $20 Senior Pass Discount and 9$ online transaction fee, and makes this park a great value, especially for a spot so close to the grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Needless to say, this park would have a much higher rating if it also has hookups and/or WiFI.

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A location within walking distance of Sedona's gallery row is this park's best attribute. Entry from the highway can be a challenge for larger rigs a it requires a tight turn down a steep hill onto a paved driveway. The park itself is gravel with little to distinguish between the access roads and sites other than utility poles. This is a very crowded park, with a few RV sites surrounded by a couple of dozen permanently-placed mobile homes. Water, sewer, and electrical hookups were conveniently placed. WiFi signal was strong, but thruput was only modest. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry facility was temporarily unavailable for maintenance reasons. A cheerful, helpful staff person met us as we entered, directed us into our site (we had a reservation), encouraged us to settle in before registering, took our payment, and offered many suggestions for our enjoyment of Sedona. We thought this was a reasonable price for such a good location.

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Trees on three sides gave our site nice privacy at a park that is close to a couple of small lakes and convenient to visit Historic Prescott. Access roads and sites are gravel, and ours was adequate for our 37' MH with room to park the car in front. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups were convenient. WiFi signal was strong and the thruput was very good. We didn't use the restrooms or laundry. We thought this was a comfortable place to stay and a decent value.

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Views of the Superstition Mountains and access to hiking & biking trails right from the campsite are a treat, and the low price makes this park a good value. Access roads and sites are paved and in great shape, all surrounded by sand and and desert plantings. Our pull-thru site was quite spacious; the only downside is no privacy between sites. Water and electric hookups were convenient. Although there is no sewer on site, a clean, neat dump station is available. There was no WiFi, but we got a decent Verizon signal. We did not use the restrooms or showers. Although nothing here was truly spectacular, everything was very good, making this one of our highest rated destinations.