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djsamuel

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Posted: 10/21/19 10:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We stayed at Spanish Trail campground and liked it. There are new owners in the last couple of years and they've made more upgrades since our visit.


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A decent place to eat is Moab Dinner in center of town. A full service place with breakfast all day. Lunch and dinner too. Prices were reasonable, service good, coffee okay. They have ice cream freezer and handmade shakes so if your looking for something sweet...

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https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29448394.cfm

Ken has pretty good info .............


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We stayed at Portal RV park. There are 2 sections/sides. A regular side and a resort side. We chose the resort side. Had a great pool and jacuzzi. Sites were paved and well kept with very nice landscaping.


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We did Moab in mid-July (I know!), first day there we went up into the mountains and hiked to 10k feet, weren't looking forward to the heat. Spanish Trails RV park was fairly nice, no complaints and the pool was great around sunset.

We also took our F250 to Bull Canyon trail... lots of fun!

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Busskipper wrote:

https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29448394.cfm

Ken has pretty good info .............
Glad it's back up and working. Tried to link to it a week or so ago and the first page wouldn't load. Heck, that's where all the good info is.

Just got back from Moab yesterday. Think we made it out just in time. Got down to 19 last night at the airport and they're predicting lows in the teens again starting Tuesday night. Brrr!


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X-2 on OK RV Park, a little out away from town but that just puts you away from the crowds, and the Passport America rate makes it well worth it.


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We stayed at Deadhorse State Park (about 25 miles west of Moab). Very nice park with great sites. A bit expensive at $40 (in February).

But the view from the overlook is amazing, worth the price alone.
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