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Great again on our 3rd time here. Only complaint, and a very minor one, is that some people leave their dogs in their rigs to bark and bark. Rules say they can't but they do, and it is very annoying. Otherwise, this is a lovely place with helpful folks running it. Couldn't ask for more, except for no barking dogs. There is even a maintained trail to walk on to the river. Sites are clean, level; showers are clean and hot. Big trees, close to lots of beautiful places to see. Highly recommended. No, Fido, no!

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This is a great place, but not quite worth the price. Sites are a bit too close for the big rigs. They charge for showers.

     

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Wahweap RV and Campground

Page, Arizona

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This is a great place, but not quite worth the price. Sites are a bit too close for the big rigs. They charge for showers.

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Staff cares about guests, and told us about great places to visit in the area while there. In-town, small RV park with motel accommodations, too. Sites were level, gravel, wi-fi was good. Within walking distance to restaurants (not many open on a Sunday in this town). Pull-thrus, back-ins, tents. Convenient to many attractions, and to snow birds. Sites were fine for big rigs. We'd stay here again. Liked it better than the other place just north of here, even tho it was more expensive.

     

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Lakeside RV and Campground

Provo, Utah

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We stay here on our way to and from AZ to PNW. Been here 4 times. Each time I like it less. The sites are very close, and set up so that one goes in one way and the other the other way, i.e., slides are practically touching each other, and utilities are shared. Fine if you want to talk to your neighbors while hooking up but not so great otherwise. This is not lakeside. Lake is about a half mile away. Nice walk if you want to do it. Walking is good here--lots of it, and a river with raised path to walk on. Big fenced dog run. Wifi is so-so, and that might be because the permanent residents are close to the office, and the overnighters are way off where services are not so good. Also means that there is quite a long walk to the showers and bathroom. This might be a good place for long-term renters, but overnighters are secondary.

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We've stayed here 4 times coming and going to AZ. There is nothing at all I could think of to complain about here. You pull up, a nice guy in a golf cart escorts you to your site, and then you are free to walk around and explore this huge place (don't miss the fish pond and the river), and if you're here around Halloween, you'll see more decorations than you can shake a witches broom at. If you're hungry, they'll deliver food to your rig. Not great food, but still. Everything works, everything is nice. Only thing is that the bridge on the freeway has been under construction since the Hoover administration, so there is construction noise. Not the fault of this campground, which is just about perfect.

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This is a very nice RV park, with friendly staff who are eager to please. Thankfully, I did not notice any of the problems a previous reviewer did. There are full-time residents, but I didn't feel that they were undesirable in any way. Dogs were leashed and well-behaved. It was quiet at night. Lots of overnight sites available. Previous reviewer and I stayed at two different places, apparently. This was our second time here, and we'll stay again. Showers worked well. Small store, book exchange. You're treated like family here. Could be a little bit more level, but we finagled it.

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We love this place. Stay to and from traveling to the SW. Sites are level, clean, neat, bathrooms are clean, there is a great cafe within walking distance, and much to see and do in the vicinity. Don't tell anyone, OK?

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What a gem! Clean and tidy, well-maintained landscape and sites. Owner mostly works in the barn, and you choose your own site when you come in. We made reservations, but in mid-May, the place was not busy. Long back-in sites (only 6), and also some cabins/inn. Very quiet, within walking distance to a cafe known for great pie, a mercantile, espresso place, and an ice cream place, all on the main drag. Cute, tiny town with lots of history. Lots of trees and grass. Great for the dog. Private restroom/showers, and laundry room. WiFi was good; Verizon was good. Picnic table at each site. About as relaxing as you can get. We're adding this to our snow bird itinerary. Minor leveling needed.

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Immaculate park in a rural setting, easy off and on to I-84. Pull-through sites plus shady, grassy tent area. Dog run, duck pond, fire pit area, and huge vegetable garden later in the summer. Showers are private rooms with changing area. Everything immaculately clean and maintained. Good wifi. There is even a cafe just a few yards down the street. Owners very friendly and eager to please. I hardly ever give 5 stars but this is really a nice place, and the newish owners deserve to make a go of it. We'll definitely stay here again.

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Pricey but very nice. They keep on top of things here, that is for sure! Best WiFi I've ever had in an RV park. Phone not so good. Staff is great. You can even buy a dinner in the evening Thurs-Sat. And there are resort-type activities if you wish. Gift shop, game room. And the Zion thing. Beautiful! Lots to see and do.

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This is a beautiful campground with good views of the lake, but....for this price I would expect the same service I get in commercial campgrounds who charge the same amount. I'd like to have a picnic table not covered in mud. I'd like to see the grounds cleaned up. I also find the pull-thru's too close. Back in sites have more space. Be aware that this is a national park, so you need your NP pass, or have to pay on your way in. Sad to see the lake diminished so much.

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Sites have good spacing. Most have mature trees for shade. There are places to walk, a good dog run, very little road noise, helpful staff, everything is very clean and neat. We stay here once or twice a year. Some folks spend the summer here. Community campfires, community dinners/picnics in a very nice area. Worth the price. Showers and restrooms are immaculate. Lots of touristy things to do in the area.

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Ok, this is one strange place. We made a reservation 2 days ahead, we were told the husband would be in the office all day, but when we arrived after a long day's drive, the office was closed (early afternoon). We wandered around, and a Rottweiler ran out snarling and growling at the end of his leash. 2 humans followed, and we said we'd made a reservation, and they said they were asst. mgrs., and they'd check us in, but they hadn't been told anyone was arriving. So, we got a spot for overnite, which was fine. Several campers had spent several weeks here, and they were friendly and informative. Nobody ever showed up in the office. There is a nice mini-golf course here, and two picnic/horseshoes/dog walking grassy spots at each end. Near the mini-golf was the snarling Rottie again, which was really scary, since we have a gentle dog on a leash. It really bothered me, because leashes can't be guaranteed. The campground itself was ok, but the lack of keeping track of reservations, and the dangerous dog made me feel like I wouldn't want to camp here again. Nice views, fairly good spots, other amenities, but IMO dangerous, threatening dogs should not be allowed in campgrounds, even when they belong to helpful asst. managers. And reservations should always be followed--that too is dangerous if you drive to the limit of your abilities, and then don't have a place to camp.

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Lovely campground with nice views of what is left of Lake Powell. Sites are level, paved, roomy, with nice picnic table and fire ring. Some shade, vegetation. You can walk from the campground into Utah and back into AZ, which is kinda fun. Lots of amenities at Lake Powell Resort, within walking distance. No showers at campground--you have to go to the check-in/store. I've stayed in another place in Page, and this is so much nicer and quieter (off season), and roomier. Here, you can relax and see roadrunners and other birds. Don't plan on having Internet here. Don't know about TV. Lots of sidewalks to walk on, places to see. The dam is interesting. Definitely on my place-to-stay list for next year's snow-bird trek to AZ from OR.