1 Park near Wellington, Utah
Feb 2015 - $35.00
This RV park is adjacent to and run by the folks at the National 9 Inn. They are always nice and try to accommodate our needs, and they have a convenient café that is always pretty good.
The park has a total of 24 spaces. The park is OLD and the spaces are extremely tight. In reality I doubt that you could ever park more than a dozen or so coaches. With a little work on the part of the owners it could be a very nice little park. Most of us who stay here are here because we are working in the area for a few weeks. Our 40 foot motor home takes up two spaces and the sewer connections end up under the coach, no matter how we get parked. The 30 amp electric service get a little iffy when the park gets busy. But in February there were only four coaches so electric was not an issue. The motel has an indoor pool that is nice.
This stay, the grounds around the RV park area needed to be cleaned up. The motel allows pets and it looked like none of the guests know how to use a poop bag.
I keep thinking that this could be such a nice little park with just a little attention on the part of the owners....... - happyflyer
Jun 2014 - $45.00
This is great place to stay--level sites, clean facilities. They had a fantastic clubhouse that looked like a super big family room and dining room. The pool was heated and they had a Jacuzzi. The internet access was fast! Access codes required for entry, so safety was a priority. Great picnic area and playground. friendly staff and clean grounds. Can't say enough nice things about this place - terryfic
Jun 2011 - $18.00
The free Wi-Fi was pretty good. But the rest: a disaster. Narrow sites. Electric hookup on the wrong side. The dirtiest CG we have found in 4.5 years of fulltiming. Cigarette butts, drink containers, nut shells, food wrappers: you name it and it was on the ground here. With the general filth, we dared not use the pool. And the railroad 1,000 feet away: I put in my ear plugs after the first train at 8:30 p.m. A rip-off at even $17/night. - bbonnell