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Old 09-05-2012, 10:00 AM   #1
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Trip to Moab & Portal RV Resort

Going to Moab next month & will stay at Portal RV Resort. Anyone stayed here & your thoughts if you had. Also please advise of any can't miss places in Moab. Thanks.
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We enjoyed our stay there this past April. There are two sections to the park. The newer section with concrete pads is a little more expensive than the older gravel section.

We did not spend any time in town, but hit the national and state parks in the area. All were magnificent.
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:59 AM   #3
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Portal is one of the few in Moab with clear views for the Sat Antenna.

It's a nice park, or more like a resort. Plenty of things to do in the area. We went to a rally in this park a couple years ago and it was a really nice stay.

Here are some pictures of the trip.

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We stayed at the portal in June. We stayed in the "owners" section, it is only $10 more than the regular section. The sites are wider, have level concrete pads, and you have access to the owners pool and dog park. (the dog really appreciated the off leash dog park, with shade trees and a nice lawn, with a bench for the owner). We would stay there again, it was great.
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We also stayed in the owners section also. Definitely worth the extra charge. Good area for pets, but watch out for the burrs that get in their paws. A little annoying but would stay there again.
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We also stayed in the owners section also. Definitely worth the extra charge. Good area for pets, but watch out for the burrs that get in their paws. A little annoying but would stay there again.
I wanted to wait until we were at The Portal again to reply. We are there now and took the dog to the dog area in the resort section. We haven't had any problem with any "burrs" as the area is all lawn.... I'm, confused, where did your dog get burrs in their paws?
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We just walked around the rv park with our dog and he picked up burrs. It has been a few years, so maybe not a problem anymore.
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Oh, I can see that happening, especially down near the river. We keep ours on the road and in the dog park. Actually, she keeps on the road and in the dog park.
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