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Reviewed 16 June 2018

We were looking for a place to stay for the night and came across this place. The sites are decent sized and everything was quiet all around us. Be prepared if you go that the campground is a cash only place. The lodge has an atm to get cash out, but we were not prepared for a cash only and was lucky enough to find enough cash in our wallets to stay here.
There is a community shower in the area that is feee with hot water. A little hard to find near the post office.
Overall, it worked for us for the night, not sure if we would return though.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
2  Thank TravelerCory
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

Not much going on here. There's the RV Park, with strong wifi and good hookups. The convenience store sells gas, chips, beer and the like. There's a marina where you can launch boats or rent watercraft but no other commercial activity.

Also, taking 261 through the Moki Dugway with an RV was terrifying. We saw several other RVs and a truck towing a boat traverse this deathtrap without incident, but if I had it to do over again I'd drive an hour out of the way to avoid it.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
3  Thank Chris C
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Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

We stopped here on our RV excursion. First, please check the route before you start and avoid Moki Dugway if you will have an RV or similar- the warning signs are inadequate!
The RV park has full hook ups, ok bathroom, laundry and a gas station/ shop. Also, that evening we saw the most amazing night sky - I'd never seen so many stars in my life!
But, unless you bring your own boat we couldn't figure out was to do so the next day we took the ferry (with our RV) to Bullfrog.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
4  Thank L C
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Reviewed 6 July 2016

Our family of 6 stayed 4 nights in the family units connected to this little rv park. These are mobile homes with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, air conditioning, fridge, stove...the works. We had never traveled to Lake Powell before, so we had no idea what to expect. I speak for all of us to say we were pleasantly surprised with our accommodations. These units were clean and the unit stayed cool in temps around 105 to 107 during our stay. The staff was awesome and we will definitely choose to stay there again. The boat launch wasn't crowded at all during our weekday stay. We did check out Bullfrog for possible future stays. Bullfrog launch had a very LONG line, even on a weekday and that alone was a turnoff. The Halls Crossing marina, separate from the boat launch, was very nice and they have a store and concessions. We did get a slip and they do give a discount if you are staying at the Halls Crossing RV Park/Family Units. After comparing the 2 options in this area, we decided that we made a good choice and when we return, we wouldn't want to stay anywhere but Halls Crossing when traveling to that part of Lake Powell. There were walking trails connected to Halls Crossing RV Park and Family Unit which brings you to some beautiful views in a very short stroll. It was an amazing trip! I don't understand the review that stated "Ok for a night". This is not meant to be a luxury hotel...this, was, however, much like a really decent cabin and an excellent option to sleep in air conditioning in a clean bed, in a clean unit, with everything you need and a staff that was very accommodating. I guess some people can't be pleased no matter what.
Some things to know... there is little internet in the Lake Powell area overall. Our units did not get a reliable connection, however, the store has wifi and that was helpful because my daughter needed to take a college exam while on our trip. The units allow dogs, which was great. The units are stocked with dishes (plates & bowls), coffee maker, coffee cups and drinking cups, pans, silverware, can opener, knives, dish soap, and clean beds and bathrooms. There is no dishwasher (surprise). The bathrooms have dispensers for soap, lotion, shampoo & conditioner and body gel. Towels and wash clothes are provided too. There is a charcoal grill as well as a picnic table. Anything else needs to be brought in. The store has a gas station which was reasonable and half what you would pay at a marina gas station. The store also sells ice, water (.50 a gallon), snacks, beverages (including beer and whatnot), as well as some t-shirts, water toys, puzzles and necessities such as toiletries and first aid items. We brought our own water as we weren't sure if the water would be good for drinking and had no clue what the store offered. We never tried the water for drinking, so I cannot comment. Water is essential though, as it is very dry and hot there.
I hope this review helps others as I had so much trouble getting a clear picture of what to expect for our first time out there.
This area is breathtaking. There is no way anyone couldn't enjoy it! Can't wait to go back!

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
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6  Thank L R
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Reviewed 2 June 2016 via mobile

I camped at the primitive campground, and because I have a Senior Pass, it was half price ($13, May 2016). The primitive campground had flush toilets, toilet paper, hot and cold running water, hot showers, a dish washing station and a pump with potable water. At the boat launch there was a place to dump the contents of your marine sanitation device, plus a composting toilet. The marina at Halls Crossing had a gift store, marine maps, and a small snack shop. It closed at 5 pm. The ferry was open from 8 am to 2 pm and went to Bullfrog Marina on the even hours. The ferry at Bullfrog Marina went to Halls Crossing on the odd hours. Cost was $25 per car, $15 per bicycle.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled solo
3  Thank Carla K
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