What it has going for it is an amazing view of the mountains and lakes. After that, it's awful. The roads are so dusty, everything becomes covered in hours. There is no wi-fi other than at the office and that is quite poor at best. The sites are unkempt, not even close to level and in our case, hard to even walk on. Clearly no effort or money goes towards maintaining the place. After seeing the KOA across the street, we'd have been better off spending the extra ten a night to stay at a decent place.
This RV resort was a huge disappointment. The park is terribly run down with just enough maintenance to keep it working. The laundry rooms are filthy and many of the machines are out of order. They advertise a pool and hot tub, neither which are working. The sites are basic and quite muddy in the rain. Picnic tables are rotted with peeling paint, the stairs to some of the buildings are rotted as well. The Wi-Fi is awful. It rarely works for more than a few minutes at a time. For $62.00 a night, we would expect much better. We would not return.
This RV park is located right off the main road in Vernal, making it easy to get to anything in the area. The cable TV and Wi-Fi worked flawlessly. Lots of huge shade trees and grass in between sites. The only negative was that the park has a high percentage of "permanent" residents and at least 60% of the RV's were derelict, taking away from the park's overall allure.
This park is a delightful oasis in the middle of rocks and sand. It is well maintained, beautifully landscaped and the sites were ideal. The owner is on site and always willing to offer travel advice. We would certainly come back.
This RV camp was fantastic. Nestled in the valley of Angel Fire, New Mexico, you couldn't ask for better views. The owners/hosts were some of the friendliest people we have ever dealt with and they went out of their way to make sure we were happy here. While short on some amenities, it didn't seem to matter. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would certainly come back.
The was by far the single worst RV park we have ever stayed at. The host/owner was not at all friendly, there were almost all "permanent" residents there and it was simply awful. The property is bordered by what seemed to be section 8 trailers and we never felt safe here. The water hookups were filled with fiberglass and garbage, the park dirty and cluttered. There is huge potential here if the time and money were put forth to make it a nice place, especially since they have property that goes directly to the water.
This RV park is located right off the highway which is convenient. After that, forget it. Although Wi-Fi is offered, it never worked. The staff said we'd have to bring the computer to the office. There were derelict RV's parked all over the campground and it looked run down. There is nothing but lava rock to drive or walk on and nothing what-so-ever to do here. The City of Williams is a fun place to visit, but we'd rather pay more to stay at a nice place than ever come back to Canyon Gateway RV park again.
This park was a disappointment in many ways. Based on previous reviews and on line photos, it seemed like a nice place. There is nothing but dirt, rocks, weeds and ruts in the campground. Certainly nothing attractive by any means. The management is absentee except for early morning and evenings. While Wi-Fi is offered for free, it rarely worked for more than a few minutes at a time. There are slim pickings for RV parks in Escalante, so this may have to do. Knowing what we know now, we'd pass by to the next town before we'd stop here again.
Bauer's Canyon Ranch RV Park is a small, intimate park that offers exceptional value. The entire park is quite clean, easy to park RV spaces and actual live grass islands at each site. The staff was very friendly, the ranch, apple orchards and mountain views were a pleasure to see and feeding their horses was an added bonus. We would certainly go back again.