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Park is in the middle of Hurricane, but really quiet. Close to everything. Shady, large sites. All level with cement pads. Friendly. Staff eager to have you there. GREAT Wi-Fi! Park is so nice decided to stay an extra day. Would definitely stay here again.

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Park is and well maintained. They are continuing improvements. Park is on a hill, but sites are pretty level. Nice view. Remote compared to other parks near Zion NP. We left after one night, because they list Wi-Fi, but don't plan on it. It is Tengo Internet, which is usually pretty bad. When I asked about Wi-Fi, the owner had a funny look on his face and it was then I decided to pay for just one night. Glad I did. Talked to others they couldn't get Wi-Fi either.

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I would like to disagree with nearly all the negative things that have been said about Ami's Acres. Yes, it is on the side of a steep hill, but that is what makes it beautiful and gives every site a great view of the mountains and the Colorado River. During the day the noise from I-70 is loud, but at night it becomes white noise. The train doesn't toot its horn so it is a non-issue too. My one complaint is that I could not even get anything with my own WiFi hotspot and the campground hotspot is up by the office. And the owner is really nice and helpful and the campground itself is quiet. The biggest complaint from others was the water which we found to be quite acceptable and usable. I'd give it 3 stars and stay here again. Not 4 or 5 because of the lack of amenities.