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First time we've stayed at the North Rim while camping. With school back in session, the park was very quiet and there seemed to be a lot of 1-2 night visitors (lots of turnover each day). The spaces needed lots of leveling, I used 4/5 lego blocks in Space 12 and was still a half bubble off. Although the CG is dog-friendly, this is one of the more restrictive NPS sites for pets. The round-trip walk to the lodge is about 3 miles. The flip side is we did a 9 mile hike up the Arizona Trail on Saturday and did not run across another person (the non-rim, non-canyon hikes are less popular). The restrooms were in very good condition; however, the air-powered hand dryers are very loud so avoid spots really close to them. Also we did not see the Hosts doing any maintenance for the sites.

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Used this campground as a mid-way stop for a longer trip. A good number of the visitors are there for the reservoir and you'll sometimes see the RV plus boat, plus 2 vehicles in spaces. Reasonably spaced out park with good roads. Some spaces (like ours) have great views of the North end of the reservoir. There is some road noise from the highway above, but it drops off dramatically at night. And our spot was close to a restroom with overly bright floodlights we could have done without. The location offers a great jumping off spot for visiting Park City, Heber, Midway, and some areas used for the 2002 winter Olympics.

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95% of this park is ownership-based. The area we were in was one of only a couple designated for short-term stays. It is a huge place and fun to walk around. How big, walking the perimeter is about 1.5 miles. Most owned spaces have RV's on them, but there are also ones with destination trailers or tiny homes (mostly park models). The short-term areas have exceptionally long pull-through spaces and a goofy system of being in one space, but hooking up to the pedestal for another site (makes sense once you see it). Great base-camp for hikes in the area and day trips to Grand Teton NP or Jackson Hole.

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Great place to find summer daytime highs about 20-degrees cooler than nearby St George. Mostly has back-in sites, many with concrete patio areas and grill stands. Lots of hiking available, and they have an equestrian-specific loop. Lots of trees. Pit toilets sprinkled through the loops. Virtually no Verizon signal (usually 1x, only good enough for random texting). We've stayed in the Crackfoot loop multiple times and enjoy it, the Dean Gardner loop is next to the little reservoir (essentially the headwaters for the Santa Clara River), with some view sites. The camp hosts sell firewood, but otherwise plan to be self sufficient. You can have local thunderstorms when the weather is clear nearby.

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The best way to visit this park is in a dry camping site during mild weather. Our site was somewhat exposed, but the reward was the outstanding view in any direction (and only 1 other spot nearby). The site has a very long asphalt driveway, the area's dumpster and recycling containers are at the entrance, and the bathroom/showers are very close by. While the campground itself is dog-friendly, there are only 2 trails in the State Park which allow dogs (Whiptail and West Canyon). One is fairly easy to access from the campground. You are near the State park's road, but it gets very quiet at night.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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We stayed in the one row with little grassy areas next to your space, the rest of the park is all gravel for the campsites (some sites have paver patios). These were 30A sites without cable TV, next to a wheat field. They were very well staffed and you'd see them out staying on top of facility care (pool skimming, weed spraying, etc). Bathrooms were very clean, but we each had different experiences with the showers (water pressure and temp control) - one good, one poor. This was our second visit and we'd be happy to return again.

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Low score is mainly for very poor electrical system. Never got above 110 volts, kept dropping to 101-102 volts and tripping my surge protector (every 2-3 hours). When I first checked in, I had the manager check my pedestal and confirm the voltage (110V at that time). No way I could have run the air conditioner, so was lucky we didn't need it. Also it seemed like management never tried to enforce the quiet hours (yelling kids made it more of a playground than campground). Park location is a 1-hour drive to the North Rim. Some sites need a lot of help with leveling. Cookies at the Jacob Lake Inn really are good.

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Rate is based on KOA Value Rewards Kard promotion of stay 2 nights, get 1 free. Staff was great about giving us a site away from everyone, yet convenient to restrooms (an advantage of staying off season). Pull-through space was nice with a concrete patio. Yes we heard the airports at times, but not when we were trying to sleep. We could hear the train whistles at all hours, but did OK with that. Our biggest issue was the smell at night, we thought we had black-tank problems but we were just fine on our next stay in a different town. So I'm guessing it's the water treatment plant other reviewers have mentioned. We spent part of a day wandering around in the Lazydays RV sales lot immediately next door. No pressure at all, and everything we tried was unlocked so we could check out the smallest trailers up to the big Class A rigs.

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Park hosts work at creating a nice atmosphere. The day we arrived there had been a potluck and they were having karaoke in their little pavillion. All gravel sites with asphalt roads. My biggest complaint is with the poorly behaved dogs belonging to the permanent residents (barking, chasing you along their fences). Our site was close to level and we had no issues with electric/water/sewer - site was just long enough for our 30' trailer plus 18' truck.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Rate was for Good Sam. Two things that really stood out for me. First, how amazingly clean the showers are kept (even though they are not new). Second, was seeing one of the owners out weeding and doing other small maintenance tasks on a Sunday morning. For a small all-gravel park, these folks take terrific care of it. They also helped me reserve a spot that met my priorities (away from street or flood lights). They're along a main road for Kanab so it isn't quiet, but I'd stay there again we're in the area.