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Colorado
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...

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1Thank L R
Athens, Alabama, United States
Reviewed 1 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...

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Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Our party of three had reservations for one night at one of the three bed, two bath “Family Units” at Halls Crossing. We had driven from Canyon de Chelly, and spent over three and a half hours in Monument Valley before heading up the Muki Dugway and on to the end of UT 276. The campground is about a mile...

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1Thank Drew I
Ojo Caliente, New Mexico
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Came in really late, stayed at the RV area. Had made reservations via the internet-their instructions were "if you arrive late, information for your reservation will be posted at the store". We didn't see any posting when we arrived, but didn't need to use a spot with hook up, so it wasn't important that the power was on in the...

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1Thank SHANNON W
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 26 July 2015

This was our first RV trip and we stayed at Halls Crossing on a whim because our kids wanted to go fishing at the end of a tour of Utah National Parks. Getting here was a trip. We took what we thought was the short route up Hwy 261 north of Mexican Hat through the "Moki Dugway," a three mile...

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3Thank Skaerje
Ignacio, Colorado
Reviewed 3 June 2013

We enjoyed this little RV park just up the road from Halls Crossing Marina! We stayed in one of the full hookup sites next to the "Trailer" home rentals and it was nice and quiet. The on site manager was very friendly and he kept us updated daily with weather and lake reports. You get to choose an available spot...

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3Thank MrMrsH2009
Fairbanks, Alaska
Reviewed 22 October 2012

Actually I was surprised on how clean and maintained these trailer homes were. Everything worked and they were actually good value for our group of 3. Each had our own bedroom and the kitchen was well appointed. The area was quiet and the cooler unit worked. The only downside is that the adjacent village store closes at 5pm just before...

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1Thank Ken P
western colorado
Reviewed 28 July 2011

My extended family just spent 3 nights, 4 days at Lake Powell. We stayed at the mobile home accommodations at the camp sites. We almost had the whole facility to ourselves. The trailer was clean and updated with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and air conditioning. The boat ramp was easy to get on and off with the boat and...

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6Thank rSmith040
Grand Junction, CO
Reviewed 29 June 2004

Halls Crossing remains the quietest spot on Lake Powell when it comes to getting your boat serviced and getting back to the fun. It's mostly due the longer land drive to the marina and the limited services once you arrive. There's some RV camping in designated and shady areas, a small convenience store with gas and propane, and a huge,...

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Address: Highway 276, Halls Crossing, UT 84533
Region: United States > Utah > Halls Crossing
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Number of rooms: 69
Also Known As:
Halls Crossing Hotel Lake Powell
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“Get there early to pick an RV site with mature trees!”
 of 5 bubbles MrMrsH2009, 3 Jun 2013 | Read review
“Probably furthest away from the store and the gas pumps”
 of 5 bubbles UtahPooch, 22 Oct 2012 | Read review
“all mobile home trailer house accomodations seemed to be $300.00 a night. We comfortably slept 6 people on beds and one on the couch.”
 of 5 bubbles rSmith040, 28 Jul 2011 | Read review
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