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Having traveled to Utah by plane and then rental car, we did not have camping equipment. I booked two nights here a bit late, and was happy to have found very reasonably priced lodging. The registration desk staff are not particularly friendly (apparently it hurts...More
Very disappointed with the care and cleaning of Cabin 1. Cobwebs around ceiling fan (probably blow spiders out of the web if turned on)! Spiders and webs in bathroom shower. Dirty chairs and door handles!! It had been beautiful on past visits. Maybe new staff???...More
Since Capitol Reef NP does not allow dogs on their hiking trails, we needed a site with electricity so we could run the A/C in our trailer to keep our dog comfortable while we were hiking in the park. Thousand Lakes did not disappoint! They...More
The pool was small and very popular in the heat of UT. We only used the newer restrooms closest to our site but they were very nice and clean. After being around so much sand it was wonderful to step on some green grass. The...More
This was tent camping and the campsite was level and well maintained. Showers were fine and there are 2 or 3 different locations for them.
There are cabins for rent and RV hookups, so whatever you need is there.
The store does not have very...More
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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.