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Semis with jake (engine) brakes on the hill oh so close to the park simply ruined my stay here. They are so loud! The park is OK, sites are very close together, bath is clean, but a bit chilly. Pretty hard to get in up the steep hill and pretty hard to negotiate the turns once in. Pull through sites leave your connections more than 20 feet away if you are towing.

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This was the forth park in NC we stayed in this trip and the first to have heat in the bath house. Nice touch. The camp is beautiful. Mature trees and lots of activities available. The hosts will make sure all is well, at least twice. On the other hand the sites are seriously sloped. We stayed in 39 and the rear wheels were off the ground! Almost all are back in asphalt. All utilities worked fine.

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I didn't realize this was a Passport America camp. My bad. But then again, the camp's website doesn't mention it either. It would have gotten another star or two for the added value. Our site was tight with trees touching on both sides. Sewer connection was more than 20 feet away. Baths are dilapidated with no heat and sometimes no TP! No lights outside, so bring a flashlight. Mostly fishermen and surfers.

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We agree with most everything stated in the other reviews. We arrived in a 45' coach with a tow. Scariest half mile I have ever driven in it. I highly recommend dropping the toad before turning into the half mile climb and using the toad as a scout vehicle. There is a spot at the side of the road about ¼ mile from the entrance. Calling immediately prior is probably a good idea, but I doubt if the staff would or could stop any outgoing traffic. Meeting oncoming traffic would be incredibly problematic. Getting the bus into and out of the site was also the most difficult I have encountered. Other sites may be better but were unavailable. The views are simply incredible, even in the fog. The WiFi was good until the last might and following morning. It simply quit. The cable is good, but you need a separate remote. The baths are generally clean (except for spiders in ceiling corners - it is in the woods, you know and the fan covers - yuck!). Baths are really in need of renovation. Everything seemed to work, just not well. The fixtures, doors, locks and walls are really old, or nearly worn out. There is also no heat. Pretty nippy on a 46 degree morning. If you venture out at night, bring a flashlight as most of the site's pedestal lights are out. I am glad we did it, because I don't think I would do it with the information I now have. But, if you want to park on the side of a mountain, this may be the place for you. The place was full, so don't expect any improvements to be made.

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As others have said, it really isn't designed for a big rig. Pretty much all back in unless you have a small rig and are one of the first for the pull through sites as the sites make up part of the road. Easiest entry is actually at the light before the hotel and then take the access road. Pull in before the gas station. Else pull in and park as close to the road or at the gas station. It is tight. Restrooms were adequate and clean, but someone thought it was still summer as all the windows were open and no heat on (October 46 degrees in the AM). WiFi is good. Basic cable included. Very, very noisy in the morning with restaurants supply trucks and trash trucks to compliment the road noise. . Really old picnic tables.

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It is a beautiful park in a nice area. Concrete pads are level but the patios could be larger. Lots of places like the dog walks are extremely muddy after a rain. Pool and hot tub are closed pretty early (September). WiFi is pretty bad and the park owners say it is not their problem. I think it is their problem and their attitude is quite discouraging.

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This could be a wonderful campground. The owner of five years is selling after making some extensive improvements. However, more are needed. The roads are hard packed, but narrow and weedy. Same with the lots. Acres of rolling meadows and extensive playground equipment. However, there is no WiFi or cable and the pool is a disgusting mess. There are 6 or 8 permanent residents and few transients. The electric and water were good. If the new owner continues what the current owner started, this could be a real find. Until then, it is a pretty expensive stop considering what is there and closeby (nothing).

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Mostly full time residents. Worst rest room I have ever seen. Dog fecease everywhere outside. But level lots and good electricity. Stay if can use your own facilities. Else find another place.

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Too small for rigs with slideouts on both sides if you have a tow or in a 5th wheel. The rules state your second vehicle must stay within the 20X50 lot. Many pay no attention to this and the second vehicle is parked in the road making moving your rig next to impossible because you may need to make more than one U-turn to get in or out. Great location in town. Nice level lot. Good showers and toilets. Very, very tight. Lots of kids. Same company owns several parks in town, so they may all be the same.

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One night stay. Rainy and therefore pretty muddy. Long pull through site, but narrow lanes mean you will drive in the grass which is a no-no. We would probably stay again.

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We stayed one night. This is just a basic park. Convenient for us, but nothing special. We had a pull through lot and needed to unhook the tow. Pretty tight lanes, especially with a tow. I would stay again, but probably for one night.

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The showers are expensive, the toilets are portapottys. But I would definitely stay here again. It was beautiful. No ATT cell, no WiFi, no TV - just nature. The hosts are very nice, but the owner is absentee, so if a real problem occurs, you may be out of luck. Pretty tight for most lots. Many lots are not very level. All lots are shaded by 60+ foot ponderosa pines.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Cleanest facility I have seen. Only 4 pull through lots now. Everything else is back in, but there is sufficient space. We had reservations and arrived a bit early and called to see if a lot was available. We were promptly told that check-in was at 3:00PM. I parked the rig in town and drove the dingy back. Another host told me to bring the rig right in. The gravel lots are big enough and have very little dirt and dust mixed in with the gravel. Convenient to Zion (~40 miles), not so much for Bryce or the GC (~80 miles). Water is a problem in the desert, but they still have the old 5 gallon toilets in the head. Nice town. I would definitely stay again.

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For us this was not the right park. We were placed in very back. The lots are very wide, but you do need to disconnect the tow or you stick out into the drive. If everyone angled into the space, then it might work, but the back lot is simply that - a big gravel lot. If you have a passle of kids and a couple ATV's and really prefer to use the head and shower on your rig, then this is the place. it was almost a half mile to the facilities (there is only one set for the entire several hundred site park and it is at the very front). It rained while we were there and the back lot became a mess since it is all red dust, sand and rocks. In my opinion, they need to fire the accountants and hire some customer service folks in the management ranks. It is a great location for Bryce Canyon NP and that is the only reason we stayed. Next time, we will drive a bit further.

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We were very glad it was dry, else it would have been a muddy mess. Many sites are big rig friendly, but few are level, and none have sufficient gravel. Same for the roads. They really aren't great for PA as you must see the staff during check in for discount and they state they are open only from 2PM to 6PM. After that it looks to be first come first come on the honor system. WiFi was poor - they say they will get a new repeater soon. No cable, as advertised, but few trees to interfere with a satellite dish. The park is for sale, so there may be big changes in the future. All restaurants, save Wendy's and Subway, are at a different exit.