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Old 06-20-2010, 08:01 PM   #1
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has anyone stayed at Deadhorse State Park? If so comments please.

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Old 06-21-2010, 07:19 PM   #2
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Been past it years ago, great view, no water or hookups if I recollect.

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Old 06-21-2010, 08:12 PM   #3
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Stayed there a few years ago. Don't remember much about it. When we go there now, we always stay on Big Mesa. BLM land on the right before turning on the Dead Horse Park road. Great for boon docking.
Great view of Arches NP across the way. Great place for back roading!

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Dead horse State Park, we stayed there 5 Year ago, at that time we had a 24 ft 5 th wheel, They did have some small site with 20 amp power, we ran the air but that was all. No water, we filled our water tank at our last stop. Beautiful place, worth the trip up there.
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Here is the up to date info on Dead Horse. It is a very nice park. There are two areas that are set up for MH or large trailers. One is on the main park route near the river the other is up on a hill. The one near the river has trees for shade but the sites are smaller than the ones on the hill. I know that all the sites on the hill have water and 50 amp electric none of the sites have sewer. There is a free dump site down by the State Park entry. We and our friends have stayed here a number of times in the last few years we all find it to be a nice park and great for large RVs. We of course would like it better it each site had a sewer.
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