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Before I start this I must say that I'm not that 1 person who always has something bad to say about an RV park. But..... I can not give this park anything higher than a 3. We have only been in 1 park that has been worse than this. Granted this is fall so I have no problem with leaves and gravel sites. What I do have a problem with is the dog crap on the ground, the filthy showers, the filthy toilets, the filthy sinks and the dirty laundry machines. They have not been cleaned in some time. The 50 gallon trash can in the laundry has not been empty in some time. If you look at their website the photos are not of this park. I was very disappointed upon arrival. If ever in this area again, we will find another place.

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We have stayed here before but it's been many years. The park it's self is very nice with gravel roads, gravel sites with grass in between and a fire pit and picnic table. The staff was very friendly and escorted us to our site. The price seems to be a little pricey. We would stay here again if we were in the area.

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We were very impressed with this park upon arriving. The lady in the office seemed nice. The sites are gravel as are the roads. Each site has FHU, grass with a very small picnic table which looks like only 2 adults could use it if it were in the right place. They have the patio placed at the rear passenger side of the RV. The rules are lengthy so make sure you drive ONLY 10 mph. The lady jumped all over us cause we were doing 11 MPH and called us Speed Racer which we thought was uncalled for. We were told this park is only 14 months old so everything is practically brand new. Upon arriving at 1:45 (check-in is at 2) we were told since we arrived during their grace period she would not charge us the early arrival charge. I might add that their were many vacant sites so I don't know what the problem would of been. Make sure you DO NOT arrive before 2 as there will be a charge. I think the nightly rate is a little high but it is a tourist area and I guess they can charge whatever they want.

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The first impression upon arriving was the RV park was not in a very good area. Once inside the gate the first thing we saw was the "green" pool water. With the name you would think it's close to the River Walk area but in fact it's not even within walking distance. Not a good impression. The park its self is tight. Getting out of our spot will be a little dicey with pulling forwards and backing up to get around the corners. Other than that, the office staff was very friendly and helpful. She walked us around to show us the 2 spots that would give us good satellite exposure. Would we stay here again....I doubt it.

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This park is awesome. We were in site 100, the concrete slab was level, the utilities were well placed, grass in between each site with an olive tree and a picnic table. The ladies in the office were very helpful. There are a lot of RULES. The rules are located on both sides of a legal sized piece of paper. What is boils down to is if you're nice to them then they will be nice to you. We would definitely stay here again if ever in the area.

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Heads up, the road coming into the RV park is a mess. It looks like a one-way road but it isn't. Once inside, the grounds are dirt & rock. We were escorted to our site. After setting up we took a walk-around the park. We are on the water, nice pool area, nice bar area but don't get the wings. Not good. There is a shuttle that will take you to and from the French Quarter. We took a couple of Grey Line Tours, expensive but well worth it. Would stay here again.

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The park was were maintained but the sites were not level. Our 40' was just long enough but part of our tow was in the isle. We only used the electric as we were up and out of there early. We did go over to the casino. They have a shuttle that will pick you up at your site and deliver you back. We are at the Bourbon Restaurant, had prime rib. The meat was very done although I ordered it medium. Like they say, stay out of the casino. Would stay here if ever in the area but will stay out of the casino.

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We stayed here primarily to go to Lambert's Café, the home of the throwed rolls. The restaurant is right next door to the RV park and it's a hoot. This park is really nothing to write home about, it's a parking lot with full-hookups, 50 amps on gravel. It's easy to get to and Willis is a character. We have stayed here before and would stay here again.

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My opinion of this campground, and I use the word loosely, will be completely different than the others. We got there in the driving rain and wind. The entire park was a mud hole. Our 50amp site was attached to the storage building next door, no water, no sewer and in about 2-3 inches of water. No way we were going to plug in standing in water without having a circuit breaker to turn off. The owner was very unaccommodating. During our conversation with the owner in the office, we noticed there were no restrooms, no showers and only 1 washer and 1 dryer. We didn't stay and we won't ever go back. The rating of 1 is a little bit high.

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I was very impressed once I got through the entrance road which was pot-holed and extremely un-level. We sideswiped tree limbs coming in as a truck was coming out. The park is very well maintained, gravel roads and sites, large and basically level pull thrus with grass strips in between sites with a picnic table. We were in site 35 and satellite reception was not a problem. There are a lot of rules so make sure you adhere to them. We would stop here again if ever in the area.

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Good for an over night. Gravel roads and sites with grassy area and picnic table at each site. 30/50 amps, water and sewer. Lots of large trees. Sherry, in the office, was very gracious. Good I-80 access but a sharp turn off the exit to the park. Would stay here again if ever in the area.

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We have stayed here in the past but now it is under new management. The price for what you get is a little over the top. Without any discounts you will be paying over $40. The sites are close together, narrow, a little short for 40 footers and the trees need to be trimmed. There are some long term residents in this park. The roads are gravel, each site is grassed with a picnic table. The park is 8 miles out of town on a busy highway. Getting our satellite was a little difficult with the trees.

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By the looks of this park it was a KOA at one time. The sites are extremely tight and very short for a 40' with a towed. The site slope upwards so we couldn't level. There are a lot of trees which need to be cut back to prevent torn roofs and scratch paint. It's not bad for an overnight stop.

     

Elk Lodge #849

Provo, Utah

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We stay here every time we come through Provo. The first drink in the lodge is free for the RVers. The only problem I have found it the sewer is so elevated it really can't be used unless you stand out there and hold your hose up. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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This RV park is a joke. It sits behind the Chevron Station. The only RV's in there are long timers. The charge of $32.33 is way out of site. We did have FHU but we also had weeds everywhere. If you need a place to stay it will do. We were in #16 so we could get our satellite. Would not stay here again.