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As of Late 2010 ELS bought this
property and you will no longer be allowed to go in under ROD, RPI you must pay
the nightly fee what a shame the only park going north thru Utah|
April 28-May 13 2009
Back at Western
Horizon's RV park here in Hurricane we will volunteering 3 nights while we are here,
card bingo, texas hold'em come visit us Site #43
Back at Western Horizon's RV park here in Hurricane we will be putting on Texas Holdem Tuesday nights while we are here come visit us Site #39
****April 17th -24thth 2008
St. George Resort Hurricane UT (WHR,ROD,RPI,AOR)
5800 N. Hwy 91
We arrived here one day early, as we left Camp Verde around 7:30AM and found the drive from there to here very easy even with all the stops I made Mike take (we took HWY 82A) what a wonderful scenic drive seeing the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The road was two lanes but there was no traffic and at times the road was rough but it was well worth it as the colors of the mountains and valleys are like a rainbow. Park as seen from I-15
If you come to this resort "DO NOT FOLLOW THE BOOK DIRECTIONS" we turned right instead of left off of hwy 82 onto old hwy 9 then we ended up about 10 miles too far north. After we realized we had to go to I-15 to exit 16 and as the book says take Old Hwy 91 to the resort along the frontage road. Well you do not want to do that it is paved then dirt then paved with a very large dirt hill that you will bottom out on. Take SR318 and you will have a wonderful view of Quail Lake State park as shown in above photo, and it is paved all the way to the resort. We came under AOR paying the $8 +$1 for eclectic for 50 amps each day.
Entrance to park is a large turn around area so you can unhook the auto before going to your site, the sites are pull through and back ins, with full hook ups 50 or 30 Amps, we choose the 50 so paid the extra money per day to use. The spaces are tight but yet room enough for sitting outside and having the awning down.
The view out our window is of the Red Cliffs State Park
Mary the manger
makes you feel right at home, Mary maintains this beautiful park it
is clean and there is lots too do here in the park as well as around
the area, she cooks and one of her favorites is the Indian Fry Bread
A new Activities Director Jenny, who is putting together a great plan for the summer with lots of activates you will have fun!! She is a great cook and the dinners are very very good. We are gaining weight easily with your cooking.
This home is right on the frontage road as you enter the park it is an old Fleming historical home.
****Parks we would stay
in again, large pull through, full hook ups, well maintained, activities, 50/30 amps |
***Parks we would stay but do not have activities full hook ups/30 amps
**Parks that do not have pull-through (back in only),30 amps, traffic noise, railroad noise
(since Mike retired from the railroad this is the number one thing we do not need to hear )
*Would absolutely not go back