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  1. Anna

    We stayed at Thousand Lakes in June in our 26′ travel trailer. We had friends staying with us so chose a full hook-ups site. We were pleased with our spot because we had asked for a large outdoor area if they had one and they placed us there, which was great as it had a large patch of grass the other side, which we could use. There is also a picnic bench and fire ring with each site, which is nice, though the fire pits did seem to us to be in a bit of a strange position.

    Some of the other FHU sites are a bit close together and there’s not so much outside space. The best ones are round the edge or on the end of a row. There are some nice water and electric (no sewer) sites are the back with views of the red rocks.

    This is a very friendly park, quite family oriented, with a large green in the middle, a communal eating area, which also does barbecue, and a very small pool. There is a shop and in the week they will bake muffins to order, which is nice. The restrooms are fairly small but clean and functional. There are also a few laundry machines.

    There are some tent sites, situated between the parking lot and the green. They are separated from one another by fencing and are quite close together.

    There is wifi but we could not get it to function reliably at all. NB the Wayne County visitor centre is just down the road and is very helpful for the local area – worth a visit, and it has fast, free wifi. On top of this, it also has a truck wash, so we washed our rig for a bargain price of $8!

    The park is well placed for Capitol Reef NP, as well as Grand Staircase Escalante NM, and both of these attractions could provide days, weeks of activity. You could also venture to Bryce Canyon or Arches, they are a few hours away. If you venture on to the Burr Trail, eat at the Burr Trail Grill – we went twice – and have the whiskey pie!

    All in all, good value for money, we got a 10% Good Sam discount, and loved the scenery and the location. We would stay again.

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