The sites are extremely close together, almost impossible to back into! The site we were assigned to looked to have previously been a pull through site, converted to two back ins. The other camper was backed in halfways into ours and we could not even attach our water hose due to this. Water and electric were on the opposite side as they were on our camper. Likely will not stay here again in the future as it was more of a hassle than anything on our way back home.
We stopped off here for one night on our way to Bryce Canyon. We arrived late, but someone had stayed around to welcome us and give us a goody bag with nutter butters, coozies, and fresh plums, which was really nice!
They pack them in tight here! Each pitch is no wider than 15’, which actually makes it pretty challenging to back in. There isn’t really any outside space, unless you want to squeeze some chairs next to your neighbor’s sewer hookup.
That being said, the facilities are great and the folks running the place are really friendly and helpful. Showers are free, hot, and clean. There’s a well-stocked store, laundry room, propane fill-up, etc.
We stop here on occasion on our way back to Idaho. The camp is really old and not many campers but shady and bathrooms clean. We usually camp in very back by the farm so very quiet. Heard coyotes and lots of owl pellets around camp. Fun diner not too far away is the Peach Pit. Burgers milkshakes etc. eat in or out and even drive in service last time we were there.
Great pricing and friendly staff. Awesome visit!
Just stopped overnight. Lots of permanent residents. Quiet and worked for overnight.
It's a great, clean Koa that is reasonably priced and has great customer service. It is also skoolie friendly.
Like most KOA's this place has a ton of amenities and things to keep you comfortable all without leaving the property! There's a swimming pool, playground, and doggy walking kennel. There is also a small store inside the office building and a couple amp selections for RV and trailer hookups. Also included is the standard Wi-fi and water hook up.
This campground is pretty easy to access from the interstate and requires only 3 right turns and a couple miles. Nearby is the Migratory Bird Refuge and Willard Bay State Park which also has a couple options for camping. In the opposite direction of the Great Salt Lake lies the Northern Wasatch Mountains with plenty of canyons to cool off in during those hot days in the valley
Stayed overnight while passing through. Super clean park, bathrooms were very clean and well lit. I got a tent site with electric hook up, spot is long so you have plenty of space along with a small grill. No fire ring rings at the spots due to closeness but there is a community place for fires with firewood. Was able to check in at any time and it was super easy. Saw a double rainbow when I woke up haha perfect.
We had a delightful stay over Memorial Day weekend. Our kids had a blast swimming, playing at the playground and then spending time in the arcade. The New Owners are super friendly and the Bathrooms are very clean.