Lakeside RV Campground
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We left in the pouring rain for our next stop. Arrived in Cedar City and decided to cancel our plans to go to Bryce. We wanted to go to Walmart to buy more of the things we keep remembering we forgot and our GPS which we have now named Bossy B took us to a closed store. Finally found it after several passes thru town. Drove thru Beaver and had lots …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLakeside RV Campground Provo
Super friendly people, talk to older females about available extended stays. Younger males were not up to task and would have lost sales if we had not re-checked with the ladies.
Shady area. Provo undergoing mucho construction around Center and I-15. Would stay again.
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