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I am going to rate this campground based on our stay for 2 nights only. We were visiting Mount Rainier and this was a convenient, in and out for a big rig. It is what we would call a 'campground', not a resort by any means. It was definitely adequate for what we needed/wanted. It is huge, I believe 550 sites total, many of them are on the various loops within the park but we stayed out in the main area. The hookups are indeed 'strange' with them being in the middle of two sites and shared by 4 rigs back to back. The park wasn't busy (although they had several in and out each night we were there) so we had our site to ourselves and could plug into 50 amp (2/50 amp, 2/30 amp per site). Apparently, the owners are in their third season of ownership & yes it will take some work to restore it from a '100 year flood' in 2008 when it was practically destroyed (at least that's what they told us). They still take Coast to Coast and our neighbors paid $10 being Coast to Coast members.

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This was a 'surprise to find' campground for us. We fueled up here and were beginning to think about where to spend the night. We saw this park right behind the Pilot so decided to check it out. The RV park is very nice, campground hosts are very pleasant and helpful, so definitely was convenient for an overnight stop. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The park is relatively full of permanents and the campground host told us there is quite a bit of construction going on in the area so that's why it's busier than normal, however, they keep their sites neat and clean. The park also saves about 8-10 sites per night for 'overnighters' and it was full the next a.m. when we left. The downside to the park is the overnight semi trucks next door, however, it wasn't a problem for us. Will definitely stay here again if in the area.

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We normally don't stay at KOA's (we feel too expensive) but this was convenient to use for a weekend. Very nice park, well kept, with a lot of what appeared to be permanent folks (or at least seasonal) but sites were kept clean. Staff was friendly, and it was an easy in/easy out for us with a big rig and tow vehicle. Sites are 'adequate' with a grassy area between sites, however, they do need to trim a few trees between sites.

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We have stayed here before and it's right off I-84 so the road noise seemed to be more than we remembered (and we are in the last row). Some sites are pretty hard to get level (and we had that note from last time too from a couple of years ago). We are a big rig with tow and in the last row, which we like best. Interior roads are a bit narrow but not serious. There is a big grassy field across from the last row that our dog loved to run and play in after riding all day. Nice playground if you have children. There are some permanent folks here but for the most part they are in a separate section. We would stay here again as we pass through ID.

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Easy in/easy out for this park (right behind a Comfort Inn), however, it is right along Route 91 but highway noise wasn't too bad. We're not fans of the shared pedestal hookup systems as it makes your neighbors very close but it was doable for just a couple of nights. Clean park, nicely grass area between sites on your door side and, according to the brochure, Logan has a city ordinance that no one can stay there longer than 90 days so that helps eliminate the 'permanent' folks who can 'sometimes' get a lot of 'stuff' around their campsite. Would stay here again when in the area.

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We really enjoyed this small country-like campground. Nothing fancy but wonderful location for seeing the sites in this area. Very friendly and helpful owners (she makes and sells beautiful jewelry in the store). Beautiful views throughout the park. We are a big rig and when we made our reservation she made sure we were in site #1 which was an easy in and out. Will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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Small country-like campground but very adequate for visiting parks in the area. Kanab is about 20 miles away so depending on your needs, plan accordingly. Sites adequate for our big rig & tow car (although some sites bigger than others). Staff is very friendly & helpful. Their wi-fi worked well, ours didn't, electric and water were good. Will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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There are 11 sites here now and they have just redone the power so all are a good solid 30 amps. There is also water at each site but the closest available dump station is at a nearby campground. Sites are a bit tight if they would be full but they weren't when we were here. Definitely convenient for things to do in the area and easy access in and out.

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Rate reflects Passport America for a week, including tax, and as someone mentioned earlier there is an additional charge for a/c and that was included in the rate I posted. We like this park, as it's away from the hustle and bustle of Moab and yes you do have to drive back into town (10 minutes) if you go to dinner, shopping, etc. Sites are adequate with great views. We stayed in a pull-through along the entrance road so can be a bit dusty but not as bad as we expected, and it was an easy in easy out. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms, and best rate in the area.

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This is a great park. Not a resort, but very comfortable with spacious sites, all gravel, and a picnic table at each site. Two small dog parks on site, Wi-Fi pretty good for an RV park, clean laundry, and very friendly, helpful staff. The park is an industrial type area but no problem for us and easy access to interstate as well as shopping and restaurants. Would definitely stay there again.

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If you are a big rig and staying here on a weekend, it can be a tight squeeze. Nice park, convenient to I-80 but we prefer a little more space between rigs. Our neighbor had slides on both sides, and we don't, which was a good thing because I think our slides would have touched. On Sunday the park cleared out to almost empty but filled up again by mid-afternoon so I think they must have a lot of overnighters. The price includes tax with 10% Good Sam discount and 5% cash.

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The above rate includes tax. This park is small and even though it was about half full, I think they were all long-term residents except us. Our experience with most long-term parks seems they can be 'trashy' but this one was pretty well maintained and not a lot of 'stuff' around. Power and water pressure were good, however, we couldn't get our satellite to work because of all the trees. Sites moderate in size and the manager/owner was pleasant (just not overly friendly). We'd stay here again as it is convenient to areas we want to visit.

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This park needs some TLC for $38 (including tax). The discount they give is one free admission to the Pioneer Village which amounts to $14 ($12.50 for senior) so that is nice. Our power and water pressure are fine, but sites are close, very dry grass and lots of dirt. There are some big trees so our satellite won't work but there may be some sites where it would. We don't need the showers or restrooms but our neighbors tell us that they are not clean at all. This is very convenient if visiting the Pioneer Village and there is a nice little Mexican restaurant in town as well. Probably not a place we'd stay again.

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We have stayed here before because it is convenient to I-25. Definitely needs some TLC although I admit it's early in the spring season after a harsh winter so hopefully interior roads (mainly the entrance) will be receive more gravel, etc. soon. We only used the campground which was OK, sites are adequate but could be a bit tight if the park was busy. The Senators Restaurant on site was rather expensive for lunch and the food was 'average' at best. There are quite a few long-term residents here but they all seem to be in a certain area and presented no problem.

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We have stayed at this park before, mainly because it is convenient to I-25. I can honestly say that it is not as nice as it used to be. Granted it's early in the season but with the amount of workkampers on site, it appears to us that they could be trying to take care of the sites a little better. Lots of weeds, and just not as 'neat and clean' as it used to be for a KOA. We had hoped to not unhook as it was an overnight stop but the site wasn't large enough to accommodate that so be sure and ask if you're getting a larger site. Staff was friendly and store was well stocked.