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Easy access to I 95 but very quiet. Most spot are pull through. With lots of shade. Internet was good.

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Convenient place for Camper Force at Amazon. Gravel parking, mostly level. Community house with lots of seating, large screen TV. Good laundry, 4 each washer dryers. Trash commonly over ran the dumpster and flowed to the ground. The wind spread it around the park. The staff complained about how much they worked and were not particularly friendly beyond the typical southern folk. Don't expect much other than a quiet place to park while working at Amazon and you will not be disappointed. At best, this park is unsuitable for more than a one night stay or work camping.

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Small park but has wi fi and cable. Clean, clean, clean. Ok sites with picnic tables.

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Park has all new amenities. Pickle ball court, bocci ball, shuffle board, heated pool, hot tub, club house, large workout area, billiards, library and citrus trees with fruit for free.

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Nice place to stay. Good internet. Hot tub and heated pool. River access. I would be happy to stay here again.

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Everything about the park was as expected based on other reviews. Well maintained, courteous staff, pleasant atmosphere.

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The place is a "park-like" setting with lots of well cared for grass and mature trees. Most site have great shade. Sites have pic-nick bench/tables. Road is good gravel. Owners are exceptional people that want your stay to be the best possible.

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The sites for pull through are long enough for 40' plus our large towed. They are close with grass strip between rigs. There is a nice river that runs next to park with Brown Trout. Quiet area. I would stay here again. Very nice staff and park is very well maintained. Small private restroom/showers are well maintained. The host was exceptional.

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Great place to spend a few nights. Grounds are well kept. Mostly grass with a good gravel road through the small park. Price was with Passport America for 40' with 50A. I would stay here again. This is not a fancy resort, but is a nice well kept, clean, quiet place to relax. Maybe not worth $50 without PA discount, but with the discount, worth the $25 I paid.

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Generally an okay place to overnight with full hook-ups. We received a coupon for free breakfast (burrito) and coffee for my wife and I. Both were good. This takes the place of a club discount. Also offered $5 off on next stay (or second night). The campgrounds needed TLC but it was clean. There are a couple of "long term-ers" with excess stuff. But only a few. The check-in was at a Chevron gas station on the property, it was 100 yards from the park, so little impact on noise. A train could be heard but no whistle and was not too close. This is a great one or two night place to stay to see Lava Hot Springs. Cost half of other nearby parks.

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Hidden jewel right on 89 just north of Panguitch, Utah. Too far to walk to town but a quick 5 minute drive. The park has cabins and sites. Most are pull-through sites. Good laundry facility.

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This is an excellent little park close to Marfa. The park is self service but the owner is available by the phone number on the website. It is best to book on line. Caretaker on site but no assistance...but I didn't need any. Honor system washer and dryer. I just loved this place!