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Old 05-13-2008, 07:24 AM   #1
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Headed to Grand Canyon via Moab, UT and Keyenta, AZ to Williams, AZ. Does anyone have a recommendation for a G in Moab? Just need something for overnight, so don't need a lot of frills - just a clean CG recommended by an iRV2er.
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Headed to Grand Canyon via Moab, UT and Keyenta, AZ to Williams, AZ. Does anyone have a recommendation for a G in Moab? Just need something for overnight, so don't need a lot of frills - just a clean CG recommended by an iRV2er.
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Old 05-13-2008, 09:16 AM   #3
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We stayed at The Riverside Oasis. It is a very nice, well run CG, right on the Colorado River.
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Frank, That was one on my list from the web site RVParkReviews.com (which I just discovered - and is a great source.) My only problem with this CG is a personal prejudice against parks that charge extra for pets. The $5 is not that big of a problem, and most of those kind of parks already charge premium prices. I see the "additional charge for pets" as a way to put $$ in someone's pocket "because they can." I've not gone to a Wal-Mart because of these fees, but have a bias for those parks that don't charge me extra for my 9 lb dog. Normally I don't say anything to the CG, but think I'll start letting them know why I'm staying at a competitor's CG. Fortunately there seems to plenty of good choices in Moab.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by OpaRon:
My only problem with this CG is a personal prejudice against parks that charge extra for pets. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Sorry. Not being a pet owner, that part was under my radar.
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The last two times that we were in Moab, we stayed at Portal RV Resort .

Portal RV resort sits well back from the roadway and is quiet. Easy in and out.
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Looks like a really nice park, especially since they are dressing it up to become an ownership park. I didn't see any prices on their web site, but they answered back right away with $31 for full hook ups and $27.50 for water & elec.
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I have stayed at most of them but have always had a preference for riverside since it is on the north end of town away from all the traffic and hubbub of one busy town.
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I liked that location as well, but note my previous post above regarding pets. What do/did you think of Canyon Lands RV? I know it's in the middle of town, but since this is just an over night stay for us, I'm not too worried with sounds, etc.
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here is a list of CG in Moab
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