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A real resort type RV Park. All sites are very large in tall pine trees and car parking area by each site. Mostly back-ins. Price goes up if you have a site further away from the road. We had one by the road. Although some noise not excessive as campground located in residential area. Streets are wide so no problem in backing in. Wi-Fi a little weak could do with some amplifiers around the site. Also walking around campground and particularly to get to specific dog areas no paths so have to walk through empty sites. Would return.

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This campground is a field in the middle of nowhere close to Lava Bed National Monument. Has full hook-ups but most sites are not very level. Our automatic leveling system went into excess slope on the first site we tried. Campground could do with a little tender care and maintenance. Quiet and if you want to visit the Lava Beds the only game in town.

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Signage to campground good. Wide entrance. Good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads paved and well maintained. Could have been a little wider. All pull-thrus are have concrete pads and grass and a well placed tree for shade. Services are in good position for easy hook-up but no cable. Beautiful landscaped areas and very large club house and central facilities. If you like a fully landscaped RV resort this is the place to be. Good location to visit all parts of Zion National Park. Would return.

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Signage to campground good. Good area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. The campground is mainly gravel with some trees and desert plants. Access roads wide and well maintained. Pull-thru sites long, flat and reasonably wide. Services in reasonable position for easy hook-up. Wi-Fi worked fine. Laundry spotless. The campground is located on the edge of a small village 12 miles from Bryce Canyon and was quiet. Good location to visit Bryce, Kodachrome Basin and other attractions in area.

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If not careful could miss the entrance to the campground as quite a small entrance off main street. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads gravel and a little narrow particularly on corners. Sites are well treed, gravel/concrete and flat. Services in right location for easy hook-up. Pull-thru sites are a little short to have car on back. Excellent Wi-Fi and good cable TV. Two dog walks at corner of campground. The campground is well maintained. Some road noise. Within walking distance of shops. Good location to visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks

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Located at crossroads just outside of Torrey. A small campground but good location for Capital Reef National Park. There is a good area to park and register. It has a wide gravel access road. Long gravel pull-through and back-in sites but some are slightly sloping. Although it is next to the road there is limited road noise.

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Signage to campground is OK. There is a large area to park and register. Office staff were efficient but not that friendly. Gravel access roads to sites are a little narrow and could do with some maintenance. Sites are gravel pull-throughs with a narrow strip of grass. Full hook-up but the sewer not in easy position for easy hook-up. It has a fairly open aspect. Sites were narrow particularly if the campground had been full.

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The signage to campground through the village needs improvement. When we visited it was self check-in. Access roads wide but could have done with a little more maintenance. The sites are level pull-through gravel with grass. Electricity and water hook-ups are in a good location for easy hook-up but sewer in center of site pad so not so easy to hook-up. It is an open aspect near to a lake with some trees. An excellent location from which to explore Waterton Lakes National Park.

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Signage to campground is good. There is adequate area to park and register. Office staff are friendly and efficient. Access roads are wide and paved. Sites are gravel with grass. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. It has very open aspects with few trees next to river. There is some road noise.

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Signage to campground is good. There is an adequate area to park and register. Owners are friendly and efficient. Access roads are gravel and well maintained. Well maintained gravel and grass level sites with trees. Slightly on the narrow side. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. There is good ambiance.

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Signage to campground is limited. There is a good area to park and register. Office staff were friendly and efficient. This is a full RV resort with paved roads and concrete pads. There is minimal landscaping. This is the first campground we have been in which price their sites on size. There is some road noise from I215 and airport but a good location for central Salt Lake.

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Signage to campground was good. There was limited area to park and register. This is a small compact campground next to the river. It has wide paved access roads, concrete pads with grass and mainly pull-through sites. There are no trees. There is a slight slope on the pads. Services are well positioned for easy hook-up. As previous reviewers have said have choice of service hook-up so one can pull into sites either way. There is some road noise. There are good clubhouse facilities and it is excellent value for the money (On winter rate).

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This is a fairly new RV resort in McCall which is still being developed. Signage to campground is not very good. We had to go through industrial area to get to campground but once in the campground there is good ambiance. There is a good area to park and register. Office staff was friendly but not that efficient. Access roads are wide and paved. There is mixture of sites some paved other gravel with grass. Services are in a good location for easy hook-ups. It appears to be a quiet location but that maybe a function of the time of year. There is a big club house with swimming pool and hot tub. Trash pick-up from site should have happened daily but this did not happen and attracted a fox who ripped open the bags.

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This was the only campground open in Garden City. There is limited area to park and register. Office staff were friendly but not very efficient. Access road are gravel and could have done with some maintenance. There is one row of 50amp gravel pull-through sites. Sites were level but could have done with some maintenance and trees needed trimming. This site is OK for an overnight.

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Signage to campground was good. There is a specific area to park and register. Office staff was friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site. Wide access roads with Level gravel, concrete and grass pull-through sites. The sites are slightly narrow if campground is full. Services are in good location for easy hook-up. There are very few trees. A good dog run but quite a way from sites.