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This is a very nice park and a well laid out campground with some very large, level sites, and others nestled into the rock formations. We arrived about noon and our pick of the available spots. Lots of rocks to climb and a petroglyph on Atlatl Rock. It deserved a longer stay so we will be back.

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Clean restrooms and showers, a laundromat and full hookup for $22. Very close quarters. Our neighbor was a large fifth wheel and he had to park his truck within a foot of us. The obvious expectation is that you will spend your time in the casino not in the RV park. Check in is at the casino hotel front desk where you may get a choice between the CasaBlanca or the Oasis. Oasis looked pretty bleak so we opted for the CasaBlanca.

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Small park and not many sites have electricity. Not really suitable for big rigs but one somehow got into site #1 next to us. No sites right on the lake but all are just as short. The petrified tree trail is an interesting hike but not much else to do if you are not fishing.

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Best location within the park. Moderate walk to the visitor center, store, lodge and overlooks. Loops for RVs (>20ft) are paved but many sites are far from level. We're only 22ft and had one front wheel off the ground to get anywhere near level. Showers are in the store building and cost $2. US $1 coins only but they are available at the store. It is a popular place so it's a good idea to arrive early. Rate shown does not reflect Senior Pass.

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Nothing bad to say about this campground except that everyone else seems to love it as well. It is first come first serve and folks start cruising for open sites by 8:00am! We arrived just before noon and got one of the last sites available. Only $5/night with a Senior Pass. All sites are paved and pretty level. Hiking nearby and apples, pears and apricots to pick in season. Eat all you can under the trees or take a bag home for a small fee. Historic farmhouse adjoining the campground sells pies (I couldn't resist the strawberry rhubarb and it was very good), jams and such. Beautiful area, should have planned for a longer stay.

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Well maintained campground in a beautiful setting. Only one bathroom-shower building for both individual and group sites. Large group came in the afternoon we were there. Glad to have gotten my shower early and have my own facilities in the morning. Goblins are interesting as are the cliffs and other formations in the surrounding area. Reservations are definitively a good idea.

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Lovely park shaded by big cottonwoods in the middle of town. Paved roads and sites with lots of grassy space in between. Boat ramp nearby but separated from the campground. Dump station conveniently located for use by outsiders as well as campground guests. Good to know as many of the BLM campgrounds in the area have no dump. ACE hardware near the entrance sells propane and has plenty of space for large rigs.

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Nice campground with a boat ramp along the Colorado River on Hwy 128 about 15 miles north of Moab. Popular place so it pays to arrive early. Some sites large enough for big rigs and all sites have plenty of room. Not fancy but a great location.

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South of town and away from the crowds. Nothing fancy but facilities all work. Restrooms and showers were clean and a bit of shade on the back sites. We stayed a couple of days while visiting Arches NP. The drive into town is very short but definitely not a walk.

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Nice alternative to the state or national park campgrounds. Sites are well spaced and the pine and juniper provide privacy and a bit of shade. Rate reflects senior pass. No dump station.

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This campground is in a beautiful but rough area. Sites and facilities have recently been reworked but few are level and most are pretty rough. Roads could use some additional work as well. About three miles of not too bad gravel road to get to the campground. Baker creek runs through the campground but few sites actually border the creek. It was cold, windy, and rainy while we were there, it would no doubt look better in sunny weather. Dump station available near entrance to the park. There is gas and a store with limited stock in Baker and a larger gas station and store near the state line on Hwy 50.

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This is a gem. Road in from hwy 50 is paved but a bit rough in spots. Internal roads and sites are paved and well kept. Lots of trees as the name implies. Campground is nestled up to the bottom of a red rock cliff. Small stream running through. Not many large sites but a good mix and all have pretty good privacy. One pull through. Pit toilets were a bit smelly but clean. Price reflects senior pass rate.

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Very nice, well maintained campground. Looks like the sites have recently been leveled and repaved with fine crushed stone. Several large sites along with some small tent sites. All have trees though they are not tall enough to provide full shade in summer. There is a short stretch of unpaved road up to the campground and the roads within the campground are gravel but all are well maintained. Dump station is located at intersection with main park road.

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Great place for a one nighter along highway 50. Nothing fancy but off the road enough that the low trees provide some protection from road noise as well as some privacy.

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This is a lovely campground but few of the sites are suitable for large rigs. We stayed in a tent site, #60, but we're only 22ft. The roads are narrow, a bit windy and bordered by some good sized rocks so some care is needed in navigating. No showers but the restrooms were clean and the campsites were well kept. We plan to return for a longer stay.