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      Update from Texas Assn of Campground Owners re: Evacuees   08/28/17

      Good morning, There are now at least 18 privately owned and operated campgrounds and RV parks across Texas that are accepting evacuees. The attached news release, updated from the one the association issued yesterday, includes the names and contact info for the parks. Consumers can also do their own research to identify parks with RV spaces and rental cabins at www.TexasCampgrounds.com and www.TexasCabinRentals.net. Please contact Brian Schaeffer, executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners, on his cell phone at (817) 307-0129 for any questions. We will continue to update this release over the weekend based on the feedback we receive from campgrounds and RV parks across Texas. Many thanks for including our information in your reports yesterday. We appreciate it. Sincerely, Jeff Crider
      (760) 567-9775 (cell)
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puckydude

Bryce Canyon, Arches, & Zion

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Need some advise on the best way to stay and see all the sights. Is there a good central location that would allow us to visit all 3 parks using our Toad or is this too far apart.

We have a 36' Discovery w/Toad.

Thanks. :mellow:

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Coming down from the NW, we stayed at the South end of Moab. The campground was OK RV Campground (http://www.okrvpark.com/ phone 435-259-1400). It was clean, everyone very courteous and with Passport America membership, they only charged $18.50 a night with full hookup. There were large rigs and small RV's. From there we went in our tow car to both: Arches and Canyonlands. Moab is a cute town. From there we went to Mesa Verde in Colorado. However, in November we happened to pass by Moab and stayed again for one other night, that much we liked it.

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We stayed in Kanab, UT. Visited all from there with Toad. Beautiful area, and campground nice. Stayed at Kanab RV Corral. Drives to various parks are very sceinic. There is also a super place to visit and tour, the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, a must see. The sanctuary also has a few RV sites, you might contact them directly.

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titanbus   

Highly recommend Moab, great access to both Arches and Canyonlands. At least 2 good RV parks there, one downtown and one out the north side of town which is a first class operation. Downtown was fine, but tight in a 42 motorhome. Nice folks at both parks, stayed at both in May 2012.

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We highly recommend Bauer's Canyon RV Park in Glendale, UT.

We did the same thing you are planning. Not too convenient to Moab but it is to Zion, Bryce, and the north Rim of the Grand Canyon. It is a small park with owners on site well kept and we would definitely go back. Check it out here.

http://www.bauersrv.com/

Don

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JulianF   

They are too far apart. I would stay at or near each park. Zion has the least best options, Bryce is better and Canyonlands better still. Don't forget to visit Capital Reef NP, you'll pass through it going between Canyonlands and Bryce. Just as beautiful and underrated IMHO. There are lots to choose from, I have stayed at several, they were all ok, nothing stood out. To help here are some options:

Moab Campgrounds

Bryce Campgrounds

Zion Campgrounds

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