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BandCRoss
Reviews: 8
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Date of Stay: April, 2017
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The Wahweap RV Park is an excellent base camp for all of your activities in and around Lake Powell and Page, AZ. Well laid-out RV park with large sites, fire pits, BBQs and picnic tables. The access and sites are paved and were easy to maneuver in our Class A and tow vehicle. Some landscaping (trees and shrubs) but we had no problems using our satellite. Nice paved walking trails around the park as well. The laundry was clean. The store had a few items. From our base camp here we were able to enjoy boating on Lake Powell, the Glen Canyon Dam Visitor Center, hiking at Antelope Canyon and Lee's Crossing as well as lots of other activities in the area. Be aware that you are in a National Park so an entry fee is required in addition to the site fees. If you have a senior pass - no worries!
3 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: October, 2016
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We recently stayed four days at the Verde Valley RV & Camping Resort. This is a Thousand Trails resort but you do not have to be a member to stay here. No Good Sam discount. The park is off Hwy 260 between Cottonwood and Camp Verde. Be aware that when you see the sign on the highway that says Thousand Trails Road one mile the actual turn is much sooner - the park is about one mile down the road. We nearly missed it! Check in was quick and easy but then you are left to "find" a place to park in one of the park's five sections. Sites are not assigned and it was very difficult to negotiate the various sections (especially in a Class A with a tow rig attached)! There were two other pickups with 5th wheel trailers also looking for the few available sites at the same time. We were all extremely disappointed in how you are left to find your own site. In addition to all of that mess, they are in the process of apparently upgrading their power systems so many of the sites were blocked from being occupied. The site we eventually occupied was nice, flat and had a small grassy area. The pool, common areas and laundry were nice as well. The resort is centrally located to take in many of the areas wonderful sites. My suggestion to management would be to pre-assign sites and provide an escort for RVers; taking them to their site especially with the limited site selection, cumbersome maneuverability and ongoing problems related to the upgrade of the power system. We would probably not stay here again.
3 people found this review helpful
Whiskey Flats RV Park

Hawthorne, NV

Date of Stay: October, 2016
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We recently had the opportunity to stay one night at Whiskey Flats RV Park while on our way home to the Pacific NW. This is a very nice park located just off Highway 95 north of Hawthorne, NV. Sites are nicely landscaped, level, large and staggered which provides more privacy in my opinion. Check in was quick and easy and the onsite manager was very helpful. All of the sites are pull-through and easily accommodated our Class A and tow vehicle which didn't have to be unhooked for our overnight stay. Although along the highway the sites sit back away from the road so it was very quiet. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.
6 people found this review helpful
Canyon Trail RV Park

Boulder City, NV

Date of Stay: October, 2016
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Very nice, flat and well-located RV Park. The owners are very helpful and check-in was quick and easy. Nice pull-thru sites for our Class A but the policy is that tow vehicles must be unhooked which is a little bit of a bother for a one night stay. WiFi connection was not good. We would definitely stay here again!
5 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: October, 2016
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The best thing about this RV park is it's convenient location close the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The park is rather old but clean. The sites are all gravel/dirt and appear level but a little close together. We have a class A motor home so we didn't use the restroom/shower or laundry facilities. Sites #108 - #110 have some grass. Decent place to stay while enjoying the beautiful Grand Canyon.
10 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: October, 2016
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As other reviewers have said this place was hard to find. We drove past the turn the first time and had to find sufficient space to be able to turn our Class A and toad around. Once turned into the entry stay to the left to the office. Check in was quick and easy however you are left to find your space on your own. The park roads and sites are all gravel but seem fairly flat. Sites are tight, tight, tight! A few trees but they didn't interfere with our satellite system. The park is in a good location to be able to take in all of the many things to do and see in this area. Would we stay here again - no.
1 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: September, 2016
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We spent a week at The Crooked Creek RV Park and found it to be centrally located for access to all of the parks and monuments in the area. The resort is right off the highway but we didn't observe any excess noise. The park roads and sites are gravel and level. There are many trees (we were still able to use our satellite) and green space as well. The laundry and bathrooms were clean and functional. We will definitely stay here again.
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7th Ranch RV Camp

Garryowen, MT

Date of Stay: September, 2016
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Great resort near The Little Big Horn National Park. Easy to find and just off the interstate. Check in was quick and easy and we were escorted to our space in no time. While the resort is somewhat terraced the spaces are level with some green space and trees. Wonderful views from the sites of the countryside. As an added bonus we got free ice cream! We would definitely stay here again!
1 people found this review helpful
Saturday, April 22, 2017
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The ice cream is stocked again with MT made Wilcoxson's bars and sandwiches- even the Huckleberry!
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