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Pull Thru with full hook up and you are in the Grand Canyon!! Nothing really special about the campground. It was clean and easy to pull in. No WIFI in campground but available at different locations in the park. Have to drive to showers that are shared with other campgrounds In the area. This is true with the laundry. Not a problem but could get pretty busy with all the campers. Showers were $2 for 8 min. Hot water. Dryer $1 for 30 min. Washer $1.75. The shuttle was close to the campground that would take you to the visitor center to catch other shuttles. If going to the Canyon for a few days this is a great option.

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Paid $15 a night with passport America. Electric only and most sites are back-in. The bathrooms were clean. No showers in campground. Picked loop A site 06. Inside the loop. Close to the visitor center but far enough away from the noise. Loved this campground because of location. Gladly gave up showers laundry and full hook up for location. Parking usually was full by mid morning so it was nice to just walk right to shuttles straight from campsite. Would definitely stay again.

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For $15 with water and electric cannot say to much bad about the campground. It had back in sites. Gravel. Shade. Pretty level. The fire rings were not designed by campers. Too deep. Could only see the tip of the flames. But again it is only $15. Good campground.

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Stayed here while visiting friends. Clean campground and easy pull thru. The Continental breakfast was a nice touch but nice if earlier then 8am. WIFI was weak. No grilling. Had a area for pets. One of the nicer campground on our trip. Would stay again. Did not use pool or spa but looked clean. Close to interstate so could hear trucks but not a big deal.

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Great location if visiting Bryce Canyon. The closeness allowed us to go in for the sunset and again later for the sunset views. The shuttles take you to the major points in the park but do not go in the park all the way where other views are located. Our campsite was located by the new showers which were very nice and clean. Groceries are pretty expensive so if you time it and are going through the town ofTropic there was a gas station and market with very reasonable prices. The whole area around the campground is owned by Rubys and the price reflect his dominance. Because of location would stay again.

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Good place to stay for the night. Level gravel. Full hook up. Good tv reception. Weak WIFI. Nice views. Farther from the Capita Reef visitor center then I thought but since we were in the park for a day no problem. Would stay again.

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Great location if visiting the National Parks in the area. Outside of Moab which can get very busy. Had an outside spot which gave and open feeling but was by the road. Noise wasn't that bad. WIFI was just ok. Used laundry and showers which were clean. Had pool but did not use. Would stay again.

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Stopped here as a staging point for taking Scenic 128 into Moab the next morning. Had most of the afternoon so got the wife a one day fishing license and she did some trout fishing in the park lake while I did a little hiking. She did catch one trout and lost several others. Clean campground. The $35 includes the state permit. I believe the showers cost $1 for 4 min. Clean showers and restrooms. Hot water. Would stay again.

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Wanted a resort that would have fish freezing service available as we were going out on a charter for salmon, and this resort filled that need. The owner was friendly and the facilities were clean. Had full hookup. It is mostly a seasonal campground and most residents are fishermen with Lake Michigan size boats which I enjoyed looking at. Would stay again.

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Wouldn't call it a campground but a place to park the camper with electric hook-up and there was a central water hook-up. Cannot have a fire but I did use my grill. For $16 a good value, and there was a fish cleaning station close by if there for fishing. Will probably stay again. 5 day limit.

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This is now one of our favorite campgrounds. Level and spacious sites. Warm bathroom with warm showers. Pond with trout. Bison's walked by the campground one morning. Good central location. Would stay again.

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Camped in a Casita 17ft, so had more options then a bigger rig would have. Ended up lake front on site 15. Liked the lake and the campground. The bathrooms were clean and hot shower for a couple quarters. No dump station, so emptied in Silver Bay when departing. Used the campground as a hub for exploring the north shore plus a little fishing at the lake. Would stay again. Operated by good people.

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Use this campground as a backup when the town campground is full. Cost $15 to camp with electric - plus my wife and myself both get breakfast the next morning. Cheap camping. But, I shouldn't call it camping. Limited activities and no trees and cannot have fire. But for the passer by - would be a good stop over.