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05/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice park with view of Blue Mesa Lake. Our site was level and had concrete pad for picnic table. No ATT even with booster. Their wifi at $2 a day got the job done but was slow. Large park with only one 24 hour bath house and it had showers that never got very hot and had to keep pushing button. Staff was nice and helpful. Would most likely not stay here again due to bathhouse.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park in Golden, only 10 minutes away from Lakewood where we had some business. ATT very good, free wifi good. Lots of free extras like trash pick up and propane pick up from your site. Staff very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
05/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stopped here because they had RPI rates and was in route to Salt Lake City. Park was not yet fully open, no pool etc., since it was still early in the season and a bit in the mountains. Restrooms clean. Not too much for us to do in area since hiking was limited also due to the snow line. Nice place but we would most likely go on to Provo next time.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice three night stay while visiting Arches and Canyonland. All the staff we met were very friendly. They lead you to your site which is nice. Has a common area for separate bathroom/sink rooms and shower rooms. WiFi was ok, ATT was good. Would stop here again.
04/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Really enjoyed this park. Price reflects RPI rate. We extended several times and stayed a total of 17 days. The manager and his family do a super job on all levels to make you feel welcome. Hiking wise, it is only 5 minutes to Red Cliff Recreational area, 1/2 hour to Snow Canyon southwest of St. George, and less than an hour to Zion. We would definitely stay here again. WiFi is $2 a day and worked much better than our Verizon WiFi card. ATT got 1-2 bars.
04/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Rate reflects RPI. Nice park, lot of the sites do not have sewer hook up. Easy check in. Clean bathroom and showers. We will stay here again when not at the TT park up the street, where we are members.
04/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Gave this a 9 for location. Right on Lake Powell. Wonderful location worth the couple of extra bucks. Restrooms were clean but shower were pay showers and located at office area. Did not use them. Site was a nice concrete pad, space enough and had nice view. We would stay here again.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice campground, super close (1/2 mile) to entrance to Bryce Canyon. AT&T 3 bars, onsite wifi included and quite fast. Showers and bathroom clean and large. Ruby's also has restaurants, hotel, and activities. Drive the drive in Bryce, see the overlooks. If possible hike the Peek A Boo trail. Long, hard, but worth it. We would stay here again
02/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice clean park. Restrooms clean but no hot water available at sink for shaving and are not heated. Park like setting with narrow roads and each site is a different size, some with parking, some not. Sites seemed space well. We called the ranger's station prior to make sure our site had a place for our truck. If you stay and like to hike Iron Mt. and Mt. Woodson are within 10 minutes drive. All and all we liked the park but gave it a 7 due to the above.
01/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
Disappointed in this Thousand Trails park mainly because the restrooms were small and had a bad musty smell to them. They were clean as was the park. Pool was closed. Park was close enough yet far enough from LV strip for us to get to the meeting we had there. All and all we would most likely pay the higher rate for another park if we need to go back. If you are in Vegas and like to hike, check out Red Rock Canyon northeast of the city some great hiking.
01/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Bright, shinny, clean, close, full. A nice TT park that everyone must like as getting into it is tight. Getting in, reservation available wise and the max the space available. And individual sites all nice in a row with Palm trees at each site. Most sites are back in sites. Rest rooms clean. If you like to hike check out Indian Canyon trails over by Palm springs, about a half hour away.
02/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice park within the Thousand Trails membership system. Also offers sites to open public at higher rate. Sites are on both side of the highway. Main area has full hook up, other side dump station but water and electric. If park is busy you will go the the partial hook up side first and then have to go the next day or so and check for full hookup sites. We decided to stay in the partial area's H area as the sites were more open and we had AT&T service in this area. Phone service at the park for both Verizon and AT&T are spotty. We paid for the hi speed Wi-Fi and it was well worth it. We will go back to this park again. It is about 30 minutes from beach, yet very secluded. Is close enough to Mexico that Border patrol cars and helicopters are around a lot.
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