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  1. Anna

    We stayed at ACT for four nights at the beginning of June, in our 26′ travel trailer. When we arrived , the owner was very welcoming, fitted us in for two extra nights (we’d originally booked two but decided to extend to four due to the very hot weather), and let us choose from the available sites.

    The park is very open and next to the road, so privacy is not a strength and there is road noise. Having said that, it’s very convenient for Moab and the surrounding area, as well as Arches National Park and Canyonlands NP.

    We had full hook-ups, which was a plus as we were able to run our AC when the temperatures peaked over 110F. There are very nice bathrooms, with plenty of space and showers, and they are immaculate. There is even a hair dryer.

    There are several tent camping spots, as well as a communal kitchen and outside grill area.

    We used the laundry, which wasn’t the greatest, but I suspect that’s due to a lot of people washing a lot of clothes covered in red dirt!

    There was wifi, which worked near the office but did not stretch to our site, so this could be improved. We did get AT&T signal.

    Some of the sites are pretty tight, especially for the big rigs, and not that level, but with so much to do in the area, this is more of a base than a site you sit around and enjoy in itself. The owners take very good care of it and have planted trees so there should be more shade in future.

    The views to the surrounding mountains are beautiful and the office will provide you with lots of information about the local area, including a nearby swimming hole, which is well worth the short drive/ hike if you fancy cooling off in the evening.

    We got Passport America discount for three nights, so for what we paid, we think it was really good value – right where we wanted to be. If we paid full-price, I might expect a bit more for the money.

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