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Thousand Lakes RV Park offers a full range of accommodations, including a full-service RV park with 65-foot pull-thru spaces, shaded tent sites and deluxe cabins large enough to sleep 6. Groups appreciate our covered pavilion with picnic tables. Everyone enjoys our Western Cookout...
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during a road trip, found this gem. Got a Delux cabin half the price of a hotel and was superb! kitchen area, private shower room, fire pit out back and veranda with superb views, had best night, eating and drinking wine there just admiring the...More
Stayed one night in a tent with our family of 6. The ground were beautiful! Beautiful views. My kids loved the pool and the big open lawn to play in. The staff was wonderful. The bathrooms were immaculate. I would stay here for days if...More
As part of our Grand Circle trip, this was a welcome stay. Beautiful surroundings and friendly, helpful staff. Very nicely kept. We would definitely include this park if we returned to the area.
Make sure you order some fresh baked muffins for the next morning!
To start off, staff was very friendly. Grounds were kept up, large grass area was good for large groups or kids to play on. Our space was less that favorable though. Very uneven, roots sticking up, rocks and pebbles of varying degree made it hard...More
This RV park is close to Capitol Reef NP. Great pool for families and a really cute restaurant that serves a Cowboy dinner! Also loves the homemade muffins that you can order the night before, they were ready for pick up at the desk in...More
Response from Fondorn25 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at a tent site for one night and cabin for another night. Both had fire rings/pits. We were even allowed to use main "Grill" section with a lot of tables, as it was very windy for a fire outside. As far as RV... More
We stayed at a tent site for one night and cabin for another night. Both had fire rings/pits. We were even allowed to use main "Grill" section with a lot of tables, as it was very windy for a fire outside. As far as RV sites, I don't recall any extra shade, and can't say anything about fire pits, I am sorry.