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We stayed for two nights in a pull-through in the "new" section. Site was a spacious, level concrete pad. Wi-Fi was good. Freeway noise from I-40 was constant but bearable. Despite what others have said, we did not find this park to be pet-friendly as they do not allow any kind of outside kennel or cage. We travel with four cats and for litter boxes we depend on an outside cage that attaches to our slideout. It is covered with black screening, is above the ground, and does not encroach on the neighbors. Had we known about this rule, we would not have stayed here and we will not return.

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From what we saw, this is the best park in the area. We had a long, level, gravel pullthru; the entire lot is gravel, no trees or grass, but well-maintained. An employee came around daily watering the lot to keep down dust. The highway is nearby and there was some noise, but it wasn't too bad. Thank you to the other reviewer who mentioned there is an extra charge to use your own washer here, so I was prepared. The one problem here is the WiFi, which is apparently run by hamster wheel. It was like being back on dial-up but trying to access today's complicated websites. Some sites would simply never load at all.

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The park itself is beautiful, in a lovely rural area near an orchard, big sites with grass, rabbits running around, a large staff that is friendly and helpful, nightly delicious barbecues. That said...we had a very unpleasant experience and had to leave early. When we checked in and I heard "your spot is right next to the pool", I specifically mentioned we'd rather be away from the pool to avoid noise. "Oh, there's never any noise at the pool," I was told. Our first night, a Sunday, was quiet and pleasant. The next day, after returning to camp, we saw a school bus parked in the lot and discovered that a couple of dozen kids of various ages were using the pool, occupying the two cabins next to the pool, and a large tent was set up on the lawns. The kids whooped and screamed and yelled for four solid hours, until at 10 p.m. my husband finally went over and told them to quiet down. There didn't seem to be anyone in charge of them. The park has a rule of no more than 8 people per site, and where the tent was set up clearly violated that rule. After that terrible evening, when we learned the kids were staying, we left even though we had paid for another night.

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We really enjoyed this park because of its rural setting, quiet, and 360-degree view. It may not be paved or manicured, but it's just the kind of place we like. Sites are gravel with paved patios. The sites are terraced down (or up) a slight hill. We had a nice end spot away from the office so it was very quiet. It was never full while we were here, in fact we only had a next-door neighbor for about three of our eight nights. Wifi was reliable and fast. We would definitely stay here again.

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This park is just off highway 160 to Durango, so there is some road noise, but it wasn't intrusive. Other than that, this is one of the most peaceful parks we've been in. The sites are all well-maintained gravel. There was not much in-and-out when we stayed here so it was very, very quiet; no children, no barking dogs. We had one of the five giant pull-through sites (#10 thru 14) which have no vegetation, but they are very wide, over 100 feet long, and terraced up a hillside. Other sites are under a pleasant canopy of trees. The park is less than a mile from the exit for Mesa Verde National Park. There is a small pool which wasn't open yet - too cold until June - and two above-ground hot tubs which looked a bit cloudy, so we didn't use them. There are communal propane BBQ's and fire pits on a patio beside the pool, very nice. Wi-fi was reliable and fast. We would stay here again.

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We stayed in both the resort section and in the campground section. The resort section is beautiful and spacious, with wide concrete pads, nice landscaping, and a Koi (Fish) pond in the center. The pool and spa are great. The showers in the poolhouse are larger than my house! Be sure to get reservations as far in advance as possible for this section as repeat customers seem to get priority and many stay for several weeks. Also beware of four premiun spaces which are right up against "casitas" -- three-story condos that are being developed over former RV spaces. The southern sky is completely blocked in these spaces so no satellite. The "campground" section is all gravel and spaces are close together. This area was very transient and somewhat noisy while we were there. We did not use the restrooms or showers there. We had no problem getting our 41' coach into either section, although some of the campground spaces are much smaller. We looked at several other RV parks in Moab and Portal is probably the best place in town, well-run and very convenient to all the parks.

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The value of this park is in the location and the views; otherwise it's just an expensive parking lot. There are no hookups and no amenities other than bathrooms. The RV campground is a bare gravel lot with 30 level pull-thru sites marked off by small markers and aluminum picnic tables. Sites were adequately large for our 40' coach as long as we parked our toad behind the picnic table. It was confusing about which direction to pull into the sites. We followed the lead of the only rig there, as did others after us, and later learned we were all facing the wrong way! The showers are adequate if spartan, although in the women's bath they drain slowly and tend to overflow. The park was almost deserted while we were here; there were never more than ten rigs in the RV section. It is very dusty and dirty, especially when high winds kick up the red soil, so plan to wash your rig and car after camping here. The park has recently added a dump station and there are electrical boxes which seem to indicate plans to add hookups sometime in the future.

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Our second stay here in five years. Campground is spacious and well-kept and was mostly very quiet. Had no trouble fitting our 40' plus toad into the site. Beautiful views of Lake Powell. Lake level is shockingly low. Wi-fi was almost unusable, even in the resort lobby.

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This is the Ritz-Carlton of RV resorts. We had a premium improved site for a week, and then extended for five more days in an unimproved site. The only reason I didn't give it a "10" is because of airplane noise. The resort is about a mile or so west of the landing pattern for the Vegas airport. Depending on the winds, the noise can sometimes be loud and unrelenting. I was awakened more than once before six a.m. by jet noise.

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Excellent overnight spot away from the noise of Las Vegas. As stated by an earlier reviewer, these are privately owned spots which are rented out. Very quiet and nicely landscaped for the permanent residents, with level concrete pads. We saw a quail strolling through the patio of our neighbor. Our only problem was the 90-degree back-in on a slightly sloping street; it took hubby a few tries to get our 30-foot fiver straight! We would highly recommend this place if you're visiting Las Vegas but want some peace away from the hubbub.

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Excellent place to overnight. We had a large, diagonal pull-through which made it easy in, easy out. Pads are concrete and level. Amazingly quiet considering the nearby freeway. We would stop here again for an overnight.

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Acceptable for an overnight stop. A lot of road noise from I-90. The wi-fi is a weak signal; we were blocked from the office by other rigs and couldn't use it until the next morning when they had all left. The owners were nice and gave us good advice about avoiding construction on hwy 93. I'm giving the camp a 6 rating because of the charming little town of Deer Lodge, which has some excellent museums. There's an old prison, a doll museum, two different gun collections, and a dynamite collection of 144 beautifully restored vintage automobiles.

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If you want utility hook-ups inside Yellowstone, this is your only choice. The sites are back-in tail-to-tail, cramped, and in most cases too small for anything over 30'. A 40' motor home parked next to us and had to back up smack against the adjacent trailer's awning to fit. Our site had no tree and no grass, just dirt. No picnic tables or fire rings. The only real advantage is being inside the park. If you can do without hookups, I recommend Bridge Bay as a more pleasant alternative. There was a good laundry facility here.

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This is a lovely park except for noise. There are big shade trees and a picnic table at every grassy site. Sites are over 30' wide. Staff was friendly and helpful. The Snake River is visible and accessible by a short trail at one end of the park. Unfortunately, the park is right next to interstate 84 and the road noise varied from annoying to unbearable when sitting outside. Additionally, on weekends and evenings, boats and jet-skis roar up and down the river.

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This is the worst place I have ever stayed, even for one night. It is just a lot full of over heated gravel. The sites are tiny and not marked so rigs are parked haphazardly. The access roads are extremely narrow. It's an overnight stop on the way to somewhere else, so rigs come in at all hours. A 40' motor home had to squeeze in next to us at 10 p.m., and we had to pull in our slide and the fellow behind us had to move his rig in order to make it possible. Train whistles all night long. There was a nice laundry.