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10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
(Note rate reflects Good Sam discount) Level gravel pull-through sites. Clean restrooms & showers. Stayed here instead of National Parks due to government shutdown. Staff checked us in and provided alternatives to see other than the National Parks. Corona and Bowtie Arches, Indian Petroglyphs, Red Cliff Lodge movie museum, the Shafer Trail. (Bring your four-wheel drive or stay on the pavement for this trip!!) Only drawback for us was the park is located 2+ miles south of Moab on US-191 so traffic noise was more than anticipated. (We country boys aren't used to too much traffic.) Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess access. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Level gravel sites, easy pull-throughs. On-site laundromat. On UT-12, but road noise was almost non-existent. (Important to us country boys..). We didn't plan to stay in Escalante as we had reservations at National Parks, but the government shutdown locked us out of the parks. Someone suggested this as an alternative, and what a great one it was. The manager was exceptionally helpful when asked about local attractions. He has file folders with nice maps showing distances to local attractions like Devil's Garden, Dry Fork Wash and slot canyons + many other destinations. Be sure to ask him, he's an excellent source of information! Great restaurant next door with exceptional smoked pork, ribs, beef brisket specialties. Indulge!! I'd stay here again - no question... Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess access. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
10/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Clean, level, paved sites. (Some sites are huge!). Beautiful wooded setting on large lake. (Recycling containers are available. Travel from Macon exit to Park. (Ignore GPS recommendation when traveling eastbound on I-70 and continue east to Macon exit, follow signs.) Definitely a vacation destination if you lived within easy driving distance of northern Missouri. Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess access. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Level gravel pull-through sites. Restroom/shower facilities are a little dated, but not dirty. (NOAA weather forecast broadcast on a continual basis in restroom. Interesting...) We stayed one night as we passed through from Utah back to West Michigan. Easy access from I-70, but without all the traffic noise. Quaint little Kansas town. Wish we had time to explore the history... Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess access. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
10/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is without doubt the nicest RV park I've ever been to. Exceptionally clean and spacious restroom and shower facilities. (MUCH nicer than many motels!) Easy walking distance to grocery store, pharmacy, and restaurants. Great view of mountains to the south and, although not much shade, incredible palm trees within the park. Amenities include a laundry facility, putting green, grill and cookout facility, pool table, and did I mention sparkling restrooms and showers? Easy off/on access to I-15, but a quiet facility. (Not like staying next to the Interstate...) We stayed only one night as we were passing through to Utah National Parks, but I'd stay here again without question. Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess the service. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
10/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
We were shut out of the National Parks, so stayed here instead. Nothing special, and simply average or slightly less. Attendant tried to direct us to sites suitable for a 30' RV - don't think he realized that with a tow vehicle a 29' fifth-wheel ends up closer to 47' overall length. We found a level, longer site. Use their WI-FI signal to make alternate travel plans - worked okay, but bounced me out a few times. Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
09/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Fantastic scenery! Clean, level sites. Easy access (within a mile) to I-40. Be sure to visit the Indian museum at this facility. Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
09/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
(Note that the $24 RV site fee for a 30 amp site does not include a $5 per person day-use fee.) Unlike the Grand Canyon, you drive down into Palo Duro Canyon to one of three campgrounds. (Steep grade with a couple of switchbacks, but easy passage - even for large RV's traveling SLOWLY!) We stayed in Hackberry campground, a great place, but if we stayed again we'd probably drive further back into the park to stay at Mesquite - simply for the view. It's almost eerily quiet in this park, and the 2.8 mile trail to Lighthouse and Castle Peak rock formations is spectacular. (The last 3/10 mile to the formations is not for the faint-of-heart...). Late September must be mating season for spiders here. We spotted four large Tarantulas on the hiking trails! (No problem - they seem more interested in getting to their destination than annoying anyone.) Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside!
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