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Community owned park. Situated next to a park and a slow moving river. Sites are well maintained - but - are not waterfront in any way shape or form. This park is a good location to overnight or spend a few days exploring the area. Sites are full hookup - but have a longer sewer hose due to where the hookup is. There are a mix of pull-thru and backin sites.

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The rate reflects 175/week; the daily rate is 30/night. This park is situated in the center of Layton, Utah. It is the closest park to Salt Lake City that charges reasonable rates. Downtown SLC can be reached in 30 minutes or less. There are many restaurants, grocery stores, and other shopping in the immediate area. The park is far enough off I-15 so you barely hear highway noise, and there are frequent trains - but - they travel quietly through the area. The park has new property managers who are very welcoming and helpful. The park itself is a mix of manufactured mobile homes, long term rv'ers and rv travelers. It is truly a neighborhood and is very safe. The sites are wide and there are a few pull-thrus. The park is also near Antelope island and not far from Snowbasin and Powder Mountain (along with Huntsville and Eden, Utah).

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This park is great for what and where it is. Park City is an exclusive area and this park has a great location in the Park City region. Close to Main St. (the iconic historic/shopping/dining street in Park City), the park itself has a pool/hot tub (yes, open AFTER labor day!) and up top, has nice concrete pads on pull-thru sites with room to unhook and still fit the vehicle. There are many scenic drives/hikes in the region, and of course in the winter, skiing. The park is open year round.

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Jordanelle was worth a multi-night visit! Great kayaking even with the water down 40% from full capacity. Excellent water front sites (and these sites are fairly level). Navigating the park is easy for a big rig (38 ft 5th wheel). The park is near Heber City (full services including a Smiths grocery, a bowling alley, and a coffee shop called the Coffee Station). Jordanelle is also near Park City.

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This is a federally managed park. Signage is insufficient - turn at the sign for the marina after turning off rt. 40! Sites are spacious and provide inspiring views. The water is a bit far from the sites as the water is down 40% due to low rainfall/snowfall for years. Verizon cell access was slow - 3g signal. There is a marina with a cafe and store. Easy access in/out for a 38 ft 5th wheel.

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By the time you read this, Camelot will be under new ownership - and thats a good thing. As to the facility - it is 6.5 miles off Rt 40 (take the road at about mile 66.5, marked "41950"), other than that, signage is non-existent. The park looks like it was built 40+ years ago and has been untouched since. The sites are all back-in and you're backing up to a stream (nice!) The power pedastles are OLD and only 30A. The water seemed ok. There is virtually NO phone access inside this deep canyon and the road leading here gets very tight. I have a 38 ft 5th wheel and made it in and out, but had I encountered another vehicle, at certain points it would have been difficult. There is a dirt road that runs upstream from the campground and I'm told has some great fishing spots.

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Starvation State Park is a MUST visit. I actually stayed in two campgrounds - Indian Point (primitive, 15/night); found a site ON the water; and Beach Campground - 28/night ON the beach. Nice level site, concrete pad, water/electric (sewer dump avail. on the way out of the park). Kayaking is EXCELLENT in the reservoir - even though water levels are down 30% from normal (this is the BEST I encountered in my travels this autumn!) The park is near a small town of Duchesne. There is a good diner on the main street (you'll find it, its the only one) and a couple of large gas stations.

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Fossil valley RV park is fine for what it is - a park located in the center of town that can serve either as a stop-over after being in the wilderness or as a central point from which to travel and explore the region. Vernal is a medium sized town with every amenity you can imagine - the Smiths grocery is walking distance across the street from the RV park. Vernal is also near the Flaming Gorge, 2 state parks just to the North (on the way to the Flaming Gorge) and just west of all the fossil sites to visit in eastern Utah and western Colorado. Sites are tight, but you're not there to spend the day in the park; stay there for the location and what Vernal has to offer and the rate charged which for the area is very competitive.

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This park is about 8 miles east of Manila - a town with minimal services (gas/groceries/couple of restaurants), but hey, thats better than nothing! The campground is run by the NFS and offers spacious sites, all of which have a water view, and some are (nearly) waterfront. With the water levels so low (many reservoirs in Utah are down 40-70%!), its a longer walk than normal to get to the water. The water is great for kayaking (or other forms of boating).

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A National Forest Service campground that is in a spectacular location and is large enough to accommodate larger rv's. I travel in a 38 ft 5er and found several sites, including a couple water front that I can fit in. This park is typical of NFS campgrounds where there are no hookups in most of the sites. A few have electric, and there are communal water spigots available. The water and electric are only available from about Memorial Day through late September. The park remains open all year (to the best of my knowledge). The lake is great for boating and fishing. There is Verizon service, but voice calls are spotty, texting and Internet worked fine.

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Best place to stay in Ennis - especially if you're in a big rig (I have a 38 ft 5er). Easy pull thru sites, convenient location just North of town. There are two parks in town, but space appears to be VERY tight in each and back in only. Good Verizon service in the park, nice restaurants in town. Try the Gravel Bar and Grill for great burgers and fries. Not far from Virginia City and Nevada City - tourist spots and just a few miles south of Ennis lake which has lots of fishing and boating opportunities.

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Honestly was not impressed with the owner. I found him rude and obnoxious. Placed me in a space that was basically a swamp (it had rained recently - but this site seemed to be underwater where others were not. Park space is relatively tight, that is not too much room to maneuver, but it was done easily enough with my 38 ft 5er. Truck had precious little room to squeeze in behind my 5er. Location relative to Bozeman is good, only about 1 mile from downtown. Many nice shops and great places to eat.

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A city park that should be a model for all small towns! Over 30 sites - many pull through. They have a caretaker who will greet you shortly after arrival and provide you with an envelope to make a donation - I encourage you to do so to keep this area open. You are welcome to stay up to 10 days. It is all non-reservable and no electric. There is water along side the bathroom building accessible by hose (you provide the hose!) It is safe and well kept. There are sites along side the river (Yellowstone River?) Great proximity to town. The McDonalds has at least 2 tables with electric (if you need to charge things up!) There are two restaurants in town worth visiting - the 307 Bar and Grill and the Cafe. The IGA market is new and quite well stocked. Columbus is about 40 miles west of Billings and is a far better place to stay instead of staying in Billings itself.

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Understand what this place is - it's a state park that is "off the beaten path". I stayed at a non-electric site and tested out my new solar panels. During the week after Labor Day, it was very quiet. The water front sites are truly water front (I stayed in Marshalls Cove) - a great place to bring a Kayak. There are also electric sites available. You will need to drive about 1 mile on a gravel, wash boarded road to get to Marshalls Cove. Longer if you want to get to the other campgrounds that comprise Cooney Dam Reservior. The place has a spirit of adventure about it. Phone service is limited to Fisherman's point - about 1 mile from Marshalls Cove.

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A great location to begin an adventure! Located on the south side of town - that's the side that is past Red Lodge and at the beginning of the Beartooth Highway. There are two sections to this park - above and below. The "below" section is along the Rock Creek. You can hear the creek from almost any site in that section. I travel in a 38 ft fifth wheel and was definitely able to navigate the lower section. The manager is friendly and helpful. She has much information to share - especially about the Beartooth highway and Yellowstone National Park. They are installing new bathrooms. Each site is water and electric but they do have a RV dump. Red Lodge has great restaurants - I recommend the Red Box Car (at south end of town) and Bogarts (for GREAT pizza) - and originating from NJ, I KNOW great pizza!