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We picked this park because it was on the PA list. It was a bit spooky at first. There was an old broken down motel on the property that reminded me of the Bates Motel in the movie Psycho. Some old run down RVs in the lot, too. The owner was very nice. We just used electric. There was no sewer. Decided to just spend one night, so didn't even plug into the water, just spent the night and left. Noisy because close to highway, but quieted down at night. Probably would not stay here again.

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We stayed here because of the great rate (Passport America) and because the park did not have bad reviews. It was not fancy, but it was level, gravel w/little grass on sides, and Wi-Fi worked well. Easy to get in and out of sites. Office people were nice. There was a little road noise, but quieted down at night. Horses next door which were fun to watch, but I think a few more flies and wasps maybe because of that. Convenient to Custer State Park which is a super park! Must do all those scenic drives.

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When you pull into this RV Park, you can't see the sites and you wonder what this park will be like, but we really enjoyed our secluded site. It wasn't a real busy time when we came. It was very quiet. Pretty setting, horses nearby, and very close to the Mesa Verde Nat Park. Sites were level, gravel, hook ups in perfect spots, and Wi-Fi worked (little slow). Nothing real fancy, but we enjoyed our stay and would stay again.

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This is a nice park with a great view of the red rock. The location is convenient for going to Arches/Canyonlands. Nice gravel, concrete patio, needed 1 block to level our RV. Moab is an expensive place to stay (but a great place and we love the area) so you end up paying. I think this park is very high priced for what you get because there are not a lot of extras. And, they add on several taxes which is probably not their fault. Price above is with taxes. Wi-Fi did not work well.

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This park is a bit shocking when you first pull up because it is so bare and a huge gravel open area. Nothing fancy. However, we got 2 nights at PA rate of $12.50 and one night at $25 (reg price). Can't hardly beat that! Everything worked, free WIFI, good size sites, and level. Nice at the office. It worked well for us. Word of caution: Hard to get to with GPS. Just go down a few blocks and come around. Nice walking trail nearby. I would stay here again.

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This park worked well for overnight. They gave us 15% off for seniors. Nice people in the office. The spaces were level and pull-thru; however, the electric was in the front which was inconvenient. There were a lot of trains nearby. It was pretty much a big gravel parking lot, but I think it was one of the nicer parks in the area, so not a bad choice for the night.

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This was a nice park. Quiet, mature trees, clean, and had grass. The sites were level. There wasn't a lot of room to get into your site since the streets were not that wide and people had their vehicles parked close to the road (because there wasn't a lot of extra room for your vehicle), but manageable to get in if careful. It appeared there were a lot of people who lived at the park on a permanent basis including kids. Wi-Fi cut out quite a bit. We stayed a couple of nights and it worked fine.

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There is nothing fancy about this park, but it works well as a place to stay in route or while visiting Yellowstone. It is quiet. The spaces are gravel with some grass on the sides. Sites are level and long. There is adequate space between sites. They had WI-FI and cable TV for free.

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We stayed here with a group and they gave us all spaces near each other and the use of the small club house. The club house was very nice and clean. The sites were spacious and fairly nice, nothing real fancy. They were easy to get in and out. There was considerable road noise since we were in the part of the park near the highway. We were within walking distance to the Cedars Floating Restaurant and I would highly recommend it. I would stay here again although I might look for a different park next time I stay in that area.

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This park is just fine, nothing exceptional. The sites were level and easy to get in and out. There is lawn and the park seems clean. The pools are for kids because they are very, very shallow. We stayed here overnight and would stay again overnight on our way to another destination.

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This park was situated in a nice quiet area with a view of the red rock. The park had cabins, tent spots and RV sites. Our site was gravel/dirt, trees, wide and long. It was easy to access and leave. Free WI-FI. Torrey is a darling town and this park was convenient to visit Capitol Reef and other pretty sights. I would recommend this park. Diablo Cafe in Torrey was wonderful!

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This is a very nice park, paved wide sites, grass on sides, patio with table, and very clean. Would highly recommend.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We stayed here three nights and it worked fine. We had a back-in site which was plenty wide and long, gravel, and level with a tree for shade. Wi-Fi was free and worked. The pool looked nice but we didn't use it. Reasonably quiet: could hear the highway a little in the early morning. It was pretty quiet at night.

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This was a one night stay for us and it worked, but there was a lot of highway noise. The managers/owners were very nice and did a good job of making nice bathrooms and laundry facility, neither we used. The sites were gravel. They were easy to get in and out of.

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You couldn't beat the price and it wasn't a bad experience. We stayed here two days. As the other reviewers say, it isn't fancy, but we stayed in the row back from the road and it was quiet at night. The 2 free margaritas were nice. If I were in Ely, I'd stay again. The train museum is worth the price and close.