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We read the reviews about the waffles but unfortunately their waffle room was under construction. All their 50 Amp sites with cable were full so we took a 30 Amp pull-thru with cable which was probably good since their 50 Amp sites appeared very narrow. There is one each bathroom for men and women. Showers are 50 cents. For the first quarter cold water ran for about 1 minute. The second quarter provided about 1 minute of hot water. The next morning there was no toilet paper. No noise from I10 but a lot of traffic noise from the frontage road. Good wifi and 17 channel cable. A lot of burrs if dogs are walked off the gravel. We exited through the entrance since the exit appeared to have a steep dip.

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Was disappointed upon checking in to learn that as of Jan.1 they no longer honor Passport America. Had a long, level gravel pull-thru with concrete patio, picnic table, 50 amp, water, sewer, cable tv and wifi. No grass. With a toad, it is necessary to pull forward past the patio. Cable was clear. Wifi seemed a little slow but they were fairly full. Conveniently located dumpster. Nicely located streetlight in front of our coach. Fenced dog park with a little grass. Some road noise from I10. Some train noise. Wide gravel roads and easy in and out.

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We were assigned a nice level long gravel pull-thru on top of the hill. There was a paved patio, picnic table and grassy strip on both sides. The site was accessed by nice wide paved roads. There was a wifi antenna adjacent to our site resulting in great service. There was about 40 channels of cable tv although the over-the-air channels were clearer. As a dog owner, the light inside the fenced dog park was wonderful. The large private shower rooms were very clean. Garbage disposal was great in the well placed dumsters. The outdoor pool was warm and the hot tub was hot. Rate was with Passport America. Wonderful Bargain!

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Rate was with Passport America. Long level pull-thru. Site that we had did not have any trees and thus no leaves, hooray! Water, sewer and electric connections were nicely grouped and set up. Cable requires a cable box. We've done it before with a cable from the connection, through a partially open window to the cable box and a second cable from the cable box back out the window to the cable input on the coach. No bathrooms. Some road noise. Good wifi. Very easy in and out. Grass strip between sites. Wasn't muddy when it rained.

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Rate was with Passport America. Gravel pull-thru. Was escorted to site. Escort noticed broken sewer cap and replaced it and worked on cleaning out restrictions but sewer flow was still restricted. Hose bib for site 29 was down in a partially crushed plastic box making access a little difficult. Site 29 was nearer the end with all the permanents so there was quite a bit of traffic in the morning and early evening but almost all drove slow to keep the dust down. Cable and wifi worked good.

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The cost has decreased somewhat since the last time we stayed two years ago. Still has the huge dog park and long gravel pull-thrus. Utilities (water, sewer, electric and cable) worked well. Electric heat to the hose bibs was still unplugged. Pretty full during the Nebraska home game Saturday night but otherwise lots of empty spaces. Assigned a site underneath trees which were dropping lots of leaves. Bathrooms clean and still warm. Didn't have time to use the hot tub.

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Rate was with Passport America. Called ahead and told to just pick a spot and she would be there around 5 PM to complete check in. So picked a long gravel pull-through with water, 50 AMP, sewer, picnic table and wifi (water was still on although hose froze solid during the night) (should have disconnected for the night). Easy access on and off I80. Excellent wifi. A little road noise. Also can hear cows mooing. Had a northerly breeze so no cow odor. A lot of cigarette butts on the ground.

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We paid the extra $2.50 for the 50 channels of cable. Only had the 800 number so made reservations online. A lot of questions but in the end when we checked in they had dog treats for all our dogs and chocolate mints for us. Pull-thru was plenty long. Electric, sewer and water were fine but wifi was very weak and thus the lower score. Rest rooms were clean but dated. Some road noise from I80 but it is level adjacent to the park so less noise from trucks slowing. Dogs liked the fenced dog park.

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Rate was cash with Passport America. Gravel roads and pull-thrus. Could see roads being a little dusty but wasn't a problem during our stay. Pulled forward and sideways to obtain the best level and used the jacks to do the rest. All utilities including cable but with the exception of the wifi worked well. Surge protector showed voltage on the order of 127 volts. Wifi was very weak. Otherwise rating would have been higher. Dogs liked the fenced dog park. Almost all of the leaves were off the trees so a little better view but also possibly more road noise. Nice high shower heads for us taller folks.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Their pull-thru sites are limited in numbers. A bigger rig got Space 3 which is their best for exiting the park. We got space 1 which required pulling farther ahead to clear the rear drive. This meant using 3 sewer hoses which really wasn't a problem. However because of the angle and the large tree it was difficult to exit right with the toad. So instead we turned left, turned left through a private parking lot and then back the direction that we needed to go. Otherwise all utilities especially the wifi worked good. Clean bathrooms and showers. Dogs liked the dog park. The rear back-ins would likely have less road noise. The trees were still dropping a few leaves in November. Rules said no BBQ's on picnic tables. The pool was closed for the winter when we were there.

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This Park can be a little intimidating getting in and out of your site due to some of the 5'ers unhooking their tow vehicles and parking them in the road. (Seemed a little inconsiderate). But by carefully driving within inches of their rigs, we were able to pull coach and tow into and out of our pull-thru. Good utilities including wifi and cable although sewer at the rear required 3 hose sections. Nice clean cedar walled rest rooms. Nice grassy dog runs. Wonderful dog wash station. Our 4 dogs all got a bath although we were asked that one person not walk more then 2 dogs at a time which is what we normally do. When we could not get our Windows 7 laptop to connect, we were provided with a CD and antenna drive which solved the problem. Nice warm pool. Air Force jets were noisy at times. Wasn't but could be dusty. Even with two experienced folks in the office, check-in was a little delayed due to the number of folks checking in at the time. Completely gated. Provided a garage door opener push button to open the gate. Not sure the reason for several one way spike strips other then keeping anyone from driving in the out.

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We had site 1 with a huge green manicured lawn something that seems to be getting rarer in California with their water situation. Very pet friendly and dogs loved the expansive lawns plus other dog owners seemed more responsible then usual by picking up after their pets. Very level long and wide concrete pad. Good utilities. Cable tv had a directory channel which is nice. Good wifi. Park is fenced and gated with the gate closed at night. Code is provided for entering at night. Nice pool and hot tub. Spotless bathrooms and showers but non-private dressing area. Quiet although close to and easy access to Hwy 58. Rate was for a one week stay.

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Friendly office staff opened office during lunch hour to check us in and let us select among a number of available sites. We selected a long pull-thru , end site near the top of the park that seemed to be mostly level and had a nice view. Put the jacks down before reading the rules requiring pads but with the cool temps figured it wasn't a problem. Only problem a long way from the rest rooms. Pavement is sloped and depressed in many locations. Cable wasn't as clear so used OTA HD channels. Very good wifi. Private clean bathroom/shower rooms. Nice lawn and picnic table at each site. Very nice doggie bags provided around park. Paved roads. Trees somewhat impinge on the sites and at the time pine trees were dropping their needles. Pool and hot tub were closed for the winter.

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After finding all the FHU sites in the Furnace Creek NPS Campground reserved, we were overjoyed to find these 14 sites with FHU's. Located on the same side of the road as the NPS no-hookup sites at Stovepipe Wells, registration is in the Hotel across the road. No frills, just 50 AMP, water and sewer in gravel pull-thrus although you are given a key card which provides access to the pool and showers at the hotel. The pull-thrus are plenty long but tend to slope downward on the far end so we dropped our toad so didn't have to pull ahead to where the slope increased. Reportedly WiFi is available in the hotel lobby but the signal only popped up occassionally at the RV sites. Didn't try at the office. AT&T had a very strong signal, 4 or 5 bars. The site was wide enough to park the toad alongside the coach. We originally called to make reservations but were told that it was still their slow season. However they did take my name which was good since every site was full the first night that we arrived. They had two people working the desk so check-in was very quick. Having FHU's was a life saver so we could leave the dogs in the coach when it was 90 degrees outside and still visit the many sites in Death Valley NPS. Now if they only had cable tv.

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Called ahead about a FHU pull through site and was told that it shouldn't be a problem but the one day we arrived they were all taken (they don't take credit cards so difficult to make reservations). The gal at the counter had some difficulty figuring out which FHU back-in site we would fit in but fortunately there was someone else that did. The one rule she knew and conveyed was to not leave pets inside the coach. Wasn't a problem for us since it was now cool in Yosemite and we could take the dogs in the car but not sure how it would work during warmer months. The FHU back-ins have 30 AMP while the FHU pull-thrus have 50 Amp. Site was somewhat unlevel so used blocks under the low side. Didn't pay the extra charge for wifi. Cable tv worked fine. The shower tokens we were given worked fine when following the displayed procedure. The big trees were shedding their leaves but were much easier to deal with then pine needles in other parks. Quiet at night. Long dog walk trail but irritated with other dog owners that don't pick up after their dogs. Rate was for a FHU 30 Amp back-in.