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Mormon Lake Lodge and Campground
chasmpines from: Georgetown, Texas
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Apr, 28, 2018 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2018 Rating: 1
Big dust bowl
Do not go to this RV park. It is a huge dust bowl with nothing to do. My grandson got sick and we had to leave after being there an hour-no refunds. This is a very special place you should not see. If your plan is to sit in your RV and watch dvds or to drink draft beer at there bar-this is the place to go.
LivinInAZ from: Phoenix
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Oct, 9, 2017 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2017 Rating: 4
Rocky start but overall good stay
We attended a wedding and stayed onsite here. The wedding ceremony and reception were fabulous. Good for the newlyweds to put their personal stamp on the event. We stayed in an Elk View Cabin (#25). When we booked online it allowed us to book for one night. Later we found out that the policy is a two night minimum. I called to make sure all was still okay - after all they had already charged card for the full amount. The person who answered the phone was very uncomfortable saying that my reservation is okay for one night. So I was passed on to a manager who seemed very incensed that I 'got away' with a one night booking online. I was told they were having website issues but that my reservation will still be honored. When I hung up I was not sure what would happen upon check-in. Once there, it was not mentioned and all was just fine. The cabin itself was very simple but super clean. The bed was old and soft so unfortunately we did not get a good sleep. The cabin was old style but quaint. It works for the setting. We did enjoy it overall and were happy we didn't have problems about the reservation. The place is really great for larger groups/weddings so highly recommend for that purpose!
Will stay again if the opportunity arises.
Lauren B from: Lee's Summit, MO
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 14, 2017 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2017 Rating: 5
Family Reunion 2017
We had our family reunion here this year, and we were all thrilled that there were so many options: camping, RV hookups, motel- style rooms, cabins and rental houses. Our family is pretty diverse, and there was appropriate lodging for everyone. The restaurant is excellent.
As far as the rooms, I wish they had air- conditioning. And they'll only bring you clean towels if you call the front desk and ask for them.
We weren't able to find out much about the resort before we got there. Their website pretty much only talks about the restaurant. We were hoping there'd be a pool, but there isn't one.
Also, my husband called several times to get information, and left several messages. No one ever called him back. They seem like they're under-staffed.
Marian V from: Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 4, 2017 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2017 Rating: 4
Comfortable, fun and better than expected
We've stayed at our share of cabin rentals, some better than others. After reading mediocre reviews about Momon Lake Lodge cabins, we thought we should find out for ourselves. What a pleasant surprise! After friendly, competent check-in service, we found our cabin Pine Ridge #1 to be roomy, very clean, with comfortable beds, hot shower, clean refrigerator... all that makes for a welcome cabin stay. Guests staying in nearby cabins were friendly and we really enjoyed ourselves. This trip was just a one-nighter, but we'll be back to continue hiking the beautiful trails in the area.
- Value: 4
- Sleep Quality: 4
- Service: 5
danf552017 from: Metro Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 4, 2017 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2017 Rating: 5
Stopped for a very good lunch & visited the Zane Grey Museum.
First thing I have to tell you, this spot is in Morman Lake AZ. A 28+ mile drive from Flagstaff.
We had lunch at the lodge. Excellant meals for dirt cheap prices. Portions were huge!
Lots of intresting Zane Grey memorabilia iin the museum.
The Lodge burned down in 1974, so I wonder about what Zane Grey treasures were lost. Still worth the visit!