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04/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park, easy access from 395. Shady sites, with no grass to speak of, but roomy and level, with good hookups, most seem to be pull-throughs. Plenty of room for easy maneuvering in and out. Muffins and coffee for breakfast. Restrooms were clean, swimming pool is available during season. Excellent access to the local sites, friendly and knowledgeable staff very helpful. There are many things to do in the surrounding area. Well stocked small store. We've stayed there several times and will again.
07/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Excellent park. Although located right on Hwy 2, we found it to be quiet, except for a little train noise in the background during the night. The bathrooms were immaculate, modern and spotless. The laundry room the same. Sites were easy to get into, with a park employee guiding you to you site and ensuring you are set up with your sliders clear, etc. Location only a few miles out of Glacier is great, and I found fishing on the Flathead river to be very good.
07/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a small friendly park, with gravel sites, grass & picnic table between sites. Halfway between Zion and Bryce Canyon parks. Very friendly staff. Bathrooms are older, but clean and well maintained. Laundry was clean. Full hookups. Wi-Fi, but no TV. Sites are a little tight for big rigs, but there were several in there. The office sells fresh butchered and frozen, locally grown grass fed beef. Very quiet park.
07/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Park is located right on Panguitch Lake. All sites are back in, and were large enough for us, and looked to be adequate for all the larger rigs that were present. Our site had a picnic table, and a fire ring. Entire area is gravel and crushed granite. No TV, but fair Internet, and phone service (Verizon) was spotty. We did not look at the laundry, but the food was excellent at the restaurant on site that also bakes some pretty good pies. Excellent fishing, with boat rentals available from the park. Worth the drive in if you want to catch some trout.
07/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
This place is OK as a stopover, is priced right at $25.00. The sites are level on asphalt, easy access and exit. There were no picnic tables nor grass. Bathrooms were clean, and there is a small laundry room with a soda machine and ice machine in it. Cable TV is available but no Wi-Fi. About 100 yard walk to the casino, which has a food court with a few different options to eat with mostly reasonable prices.
07/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very friendly people; nice small campground. The sites all appear to be easy enough to access, with several big rigs present. Level gravel sites, with a grass area and picnic table. Good Wi-Fi, no cable, but some TV by antenna. Pet friendly. Nice clean restrooms. Very helpful staff. Well taken care of park. It is a perfect location, 22 miles into Jackson Wyoming. Going to Jackson takes you over Teton Pass, which has some 10% grades, could be a little testy in an RV, but doable. Teton Valley is nice little town, and Driggs is about six miles north and has an awesome grocery store, but it is closed on Sundays. We would stay there again.
07/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
Paved spaces, grass between spaces, easy to get in and out. Lots of facilities for kids, swim pools, etc. Very small laundry. Although bathrooms were clean, the showers had no privacy, and you had to push the button to get water, as soon as you let go the water shut off! I have seen that on faucets, but never on a shower. And the mirrors in the bathrooms are not mirrors, they are stainless steel sheet metal like you see in public rest areas! Very cheap! And, there is no cable TV. Not unusual in remote areas, but in Moses Lake? We cannot recommend nor will we be back.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice little park, located right on the Kootenai River. The manager is very helpful and friendly. The sites are gravel, but mostly level as far as I could tell. Wi-Fi was pretty good at our site, some people had to go to the central kiosk to get service, but it was adequate when you did get it. No cable TV is the only reason we did not give it a 10. The bathrooms, although not modern, were nice and clean. There is laundry on site we did not use, and a small store. The new owners are still improving it. You can walk to the river and fish on site if you wish. We'll stay there again if in that part of the state.
07/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
A quiet and clean park, laundry was nice, cable TV OK, internet worked pretty good. The bathrooms need updating, but were at least clean.
07/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great little campground! Ideally located in West Yellowstone, about a mile from the west entrance to Yellowstone. The staff is very friendly, the rest rooms are immaculate, and great water pressure in the showers. The laundry is clean and reasonable. We had a great back in spot, with a fence to the street on one side and our trailer on the other, we had plenty of privacy and were shielded from the wind when it blew. The park is very shady with plenty of trees. It is grave, and I had to level one side, but it was minimal hassle. Very quiet at night and within walking distance to all the businesses in town, eateries, etc. A hidden gem! If you have a smaller unit, ask for space 1A because it's a perfect back in. The pull throughs are very easy to get in also, with a large lot behind them to pull right in. Cable TV was mostly good; a couple channels kinda rough. Wi-Fi spotty because of all the trees. If you move around a little it is useable. No amenities to speak of, but if you are spending your time in the park anyway, it is perfect.
07/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice shady park, roomy pull-through. Quiet, good TV and internet. There was a large swimming pool and a small store in the registration area. Could not see the lake, but the Provo River is right next to the park, and Utah lake is about 1/2 mile away. Easy to get to and from I-15.
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