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PLACES TO STAY NEAR SOUTHERN UTAH NATIONAL PARKS

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We are heading to the south rim of Grand Canyon in early September then up to the north rim.  Afterwards we plan on seeing Zion, Bryce and other National parks in southern Utah   Looking for suggestions on where to stay prefer full hockups or at least electric.  We  have class A  37' with a toad.  Also any thoughts of going thru Rocky Mountain np

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The lower case np confused me. Rocky Mountain NP rings with me. Ran CO 14 from Steam Boat Springs to Fort Collins across the NW corner of the park in our 34' gas powered coach about 25 years ago. Quite a ride.

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Byron.  That's putting it mildly!  Don't know how it is today.  If it's still the same, I would think three times before doing it in a 37+!

kkugler.  You can catch a lot off the Utah NP's by toad from KOA just south of Grand Junction, CO.  also Monticello, Utah.

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At Moab, we've stayed at Spanish Trail Campground ( https://spanishtrailrvpark.com )and liked it.  It is convenient to Arches and Canyonlands.  At Capitol Reef, we were looking at Wonderland RV Park in Torrey, but we had to cancel.  http://www.capitolreefrvpark.com

Ruby's is nice near Bryce ( https://www.brycecanyoncampgrounds.com )

Don't know what to tell you for Zion.  I know there are some that are supposed to be pretty good, but I haven't been to any of them.

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