Here are the photos of our first travel trailer. We sure loved her but with 3 dogs, it just wasn't practical or large enough at night.
|Our cute first trailer! She was small but super great!|
|Love seat with 1/2 the bed showing|
|Love seat folder down|
|Queen Bed extended over the folded down love seat|
|Main cabin with sofa, TV, Jensen stereo, tiny kitchen and bath in the back.|
|Toilet and mini shower|
|Mini sink with closet storage|
When we had our little 22' Winnebago Remington we went to two RV parks. The first on May 4-5, 2017 was in Monticello, Utah called Mountain View Park.
Since this was our first park, we didn't have anything to compare it to, however, the hosts were very nice and friendly. We were assigned a back-in site (#9) and they helped me back in our trailer and gave wonderful encouragement the entire time. It only took 2 tries to get it all backed in and that made me quite happy and accomplished.
The site itself was very clean. It was a bit rustic, but for the area, it fit right in. Monticello is a very small desert Mormon community near many of the national parks in southern Utah.
|Our cute little 22' Travel Trailer|
RV Sites with full service cable - $38 per night
Tent Sites $20 per night
Weekly and monthly rates are also available.
The office is open from 8:30 am to 8 pm daily.
- Free Wi-Fi at all sites
- Restrooms with showers
- Dog area
|We were in Unit 9|
Overall, I'd give it a 5 out of 10 rating.
While we were in Monticello, we also attended the Monticello LDS Temple, which was a very nice experience. I met a lady whose son is my neighbor back home. What a small world!