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Old 07-17-2007, 05:35 PM   #1
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I thought I would post a quick review of three campgrounds we stayed at on a recent trip to Yellowstone.
1. Bauers RV park. This is in Glendale, Utah which is just outside of Zions and Bryce national Parks. It is a small park, but is very picturesque, the restrooms were spotless and the owner was very pleasant and seemed to be a very nice man. If you are going to Zions or Bryce, I would give this place 4 out of 5 stars. The only negative that I could see was that the spots had no patio and the slots were not paved.
2. Park City RV Park, Utah. This park was not nearly as nice. We picked it off the internet, and when we got there we were not impressed. There are three levels of spots available. The first level is the one that is seen from the freeway. They only allow Class A motorhomes and 5th wheels less than ten years old on this level. It is also the only level that is paved. The second level is on the back side of teh hill out of view. This is where bumper pull trailers have to stay, even if they are only a year or two old. There is no concrete or paving, and if the trailer is a decent size, you need to pull up and back in the length of the 12 or so spaces to your spot, uphill, so that you can get in your slot. It is the only way to get in. The third level had water and eletric, was lower on the hill, and was probably actually preferable to the second level. The restrooms were reasonably clean, the game room that was claimed on the website is non existent, and the owner was an arrogant jerk. Of course this was just my opinion. I would give this 2 out of 5 stars.
3. Grizzley RV park, West Yellowstone, Montana. Another great park. Nearly every spot was a pull through, for those of us that cannot back up, VERY clean and impressive. I never had an encounter with the management of this park, but My wife was impressed. They also have a small convenience store. The park was a bit on the pricey side of the spectrum, but everything wa well maintained and spotless, including the restrooms. Even a load of wash was $2. So be forewarned. I would give this another 4 out of 5 stars and the only real downfall was the price to play.
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Old 07-17-2007, 05:35 PM   #2
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I thought I would post a quick review of three campgrounds we stayed at on a recent trip to Yellowstone.
1. Bauers RV park. This is in Glendale, Utah which is just outside of Zions and Bryce national Parks. It is a small park, but is very picturesque, the restrooms were spotless and the owner was very pleasant and seemed to be a very nice man. If you are going to Zions or Bryce, I would give this place 4 out of 5 stars. The only negative that I could see was that the spots had no patio and the slots were not paved.
2. Park City RV Park, Utah. This park was not nearly as nice. We picked it off the internet, and when we got there we were not impressed. There are three levels of spots available. The first level is the one that is seen from the freeway. They only allow Class A motorhomes and 5th wheels less than ten years old on this level. It is also the only level that is paved. The second level is on the back side of teh hill out of view. This is where bumper pull trailers have to stay, even if they are only a year or two old. There is no concrete or paving, and if the trailer is a decent size, you need to pull up and back in the length of the 12 or so spaces to your spot, uphill, so that you can get in your slot. It is the only way to get in. The third level had water and eletric, was lower on the hill, and was probably actually preferable to the second level. The restrooms were reasonably clean, the game room that was claimed on the website is non existent, and the owner was an arrogant jerk. Of course this was just my opinion. I would give this 2 out of 5 stars.
3. Grizzley RV park, West Yellowstone, Montana. Another great park. Nearly every spot was a pull through, for those of us that cannot back up, VERY clean and impressive. I never had an encounter with the management of this park, but My wife was impressed. They also have a small convenience store. The park was a bit on the pricey side of the spectrum, but everything wa well maintained and spotless, including the restrooms. Even a load of wash was $2. So be forewarned. I would give this another 4 out of 5 stars and the only real downfall was the price to play.
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