Date of Stay: October, 2006
We camped here in a small B class rv and really enjoyed all the amenities. We rode our bikes to everything and especially liked the nice bike trails throughout and the really huge heated pools. Lots of things to do in the clubhouse and very friendly people. we took a sales tour of the manufactured homes here and were impressed by the quality. May be back to purchase as we also loved the relaxed feeling of Sebring.
Date of Stay: September, 2006
Super nice campground with shaded, level sites. Folks here are very friendly and helpful. Beautiful view of Snowy Peaks for sure! Don't miss the prime rib and filet at Quincys Restaurant in town! Definitely due for a return visit. One of our best buys ever through Coast To Coast at only $8 per night.
Date of Stay: July, 2006
We camped here with Coast To Coast and considered it a great bargain! Very clean park with great access to Las Vegas. We parked our small RV in a shaded parking garage at Excalibur for free and were able to go back to our cool RV for snacks and a mid-day nap. Liked it very well and plan to return.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
We camped here at the bargain Coast To Coast rate of $8. Very large RV park. Streets were pretty rutted and because of its size, very impersonal. Only stayed one night. Place was OK, but did not really like it.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
We stopped here on our way to Grand Teton National Park, stayed here through Coast To Coast, and liked it so well that we stayed on extra days so that we could research Real Estate here in Star Valley. The area is incredibly beautiful with snow-capped mountain peaks, a glacier-fed stream running through the campground, green pastures and crystal-clear air! We actually purchased an RV site here! The people are very friendly, the resort is VERY clean with tidy showers and laundry. We enjoyed the hot tub and ENORMOUS recreation lodge with free lending library. Short trips to Jackson Hole and Soda Springs, ID were easy and fun. We also found a very scenic drive in the mountains to a coal mine area (doesn't sound very scenic, but it was) and discovered a kind of seasonal ghost town tucked away. Small restaurants in town were also friendly and the pizza place on the main street was especially good. A small grocery in town was convenient and had a nice gift shop attached where I found some great buys in Big Sky Bears. Can hardly wait to go back!
Date of Stay: May, 2006
Nice little family campground in "downtown" Kanab. Very convenient to restaurants, fast food, and the lovely little community park with hiking trail. Not fancy, but friendly and clean. Handy laundry just across the street.