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Great pool and in town. Definitely more of an RV oriented place. Tons of amenities and stores nearby.
Came into the park late Saturday afternoon. All hookup spots were taken but dry camping is no issue for us. Utilized the overflow camping area. Great hikes and found nearby atv trails for our side by side. Much needed weekend getaway!
Awesome scenery and clean campground. The drive in was beautiful and the stream along the road made for an excellent bath! Pretty good hiking as well. Oak Grove added some variety to our southern Utah trip.
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Awesome campground tucked in the river valley directly outside of Veyo and 30 minutes outside of St. George! Awesome campground for families with many amenities and activities such as pool, climbing, concessions, showers and more. Drove my Honda Civic in and tent camped for a night while…
After a long, hot, WINDY ride down the ET Highway, I was ready for a stop. I found this place via The Dyrt. A bit difficult to find the actual entrance, to the north of the camps. The Visitor Center, to the south, was closed. The camps are rather exposed, but right on the water's edge. Most…
1st come. Sites 2 and 3, 4 and 5 are good for a RV ours is a class A with tow 55ft. Also at the end of campground 13, 14, 15 are back in sites for a longer rig with a roundabout to turn and get back out. Picnic table and fire pit and bbq. No services, no fees for 14 days. No Atv, etc. Vaulted…
Closed still!!! Keep trying to get here and for sure thought this time it was open. But it’s not!!! You can still see parts and it looks so neat! I’ll update as soon as it opens
Overall great rv spot, full hook ups, laundry facility, pool, tables and trash cans at each site and lighted drive ways
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This place has it all!!! Pull through sites, back in, full hook ups, tables and trash cans at each site. A very nice rv spot, laundry, shuffle board, pool, dog park and a little put area. Your close to everything and restaurants nearby.
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Absolutely stunning it’s a tiny state park but worth the trip. Holy cow trees, grass, playground for kids, camping, tables, flowers, grills, trails, bathrooms. What an incredible place. We had an amazing lunch under the trees inside the coolness of this place. The campgrounds are standard desert…
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Stayed for a couple of nights in April 2021. The campsite is pretty small and also popular, so get there early! We'd gotten some advice to arrive between 9:00 and 11:00 AM. Turned out to be great advice! We arrived at 10:30 and had several sites from which to choose. It wasn't long after we set up…
We only camped one night (a few years ago). There aren't really any trees, and the only reason for 4 stars. BUT, relaxing and adequately spaced & right near the Virgin River.
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Easy access from highway. Several flat pull-through campsites. Clean restrooms, garbage cans, fire pits, tables. I stayed there on a Friday night in late March and was the only camper there.
Seems very nice, only $5 and cg is in a old growth pine grove. Road is graded gravel but is steep and narrow access and the 8 sites are small. Travel trailers and large RVs are not recommended. No water or trash. One vault toilet. Cell signal weak 1-2 bars.
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Beautiful views. Nothing much seperating the sites but was very quiet. Restrooms were clean.