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This is a spacious, out of the way park. There were only a few campers there in July. The road leading to the campground is narrow with some hair pin turns, but can be navigated with up to a 30 ft. RV with a toad.

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The customer service was excellent. The facilities are excellent. The only problem was the ant infestation. We were fighting ants for about 2 weeks after we left.

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Spacious camp sites in Zion National Park. The campground is within walking distance to the shuttle buses that take you to the different areas of Zion NP. Cars are not allowed in much of the park. The busses are free. Definitely convenient. Site was not very level.

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Our Site was extremely difficult to get pulled into. It was a pull-through, but required a very tight turn to pull into. Had to disconnect the toad to be able to pull in. The office closes at 4pm. Most travelers will need to check in the following morning.

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Valley View has clean restrooms and showers, and a very friendly & helpful staff. WiFi signal is strong. They have propane service available. The park is right off Highway 20, very easy access, but you do hear traffic. The Laundromat is definitely handy. It is only about a 20 minute drive to Yellowstone National Park. Bring cash or your checkbook, as they don't take plastic. They don't charge extra for kids the way many parks do.

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This is a no frills RV Park with full hook-ups. No restrooms/showers/playgrounds. The park does not provide Wi-Fi, but you can get a decent signal from the motel next door.

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This is a clean, well maintained park. The staff was friendly and helpful, even when we pulled in past 10pm. $35 per night rate includes extra charge for kids, and military and Good Sam discounts. We have family in this area and will certainly use this park again.