Fires Allowed
No Pets
No Drinking Water
About Flaming Gorge RV & Trailer Park

The Pine Forest RV Park (formally owned Camperworld Pines Forest RV park that is just adjacent to our property) had a very successful year. It has 45 large full-hookup RV spaces, a large shower/bathroom house, laundry facilities, volleyball pit, basketball court, and horseshoe pit. This property also access the great hiking/biking trails and the wonderous duck pond. Each of these RV spaces have large grassy areas, picnic table, firepit, free wireless internet, water, sewer and 30 or 50 amp power. We can't wait for you to join us RVing.

Operator
Private
Access
Features
No ADA Access
No Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Water Hookups
Location
Flaming Gorge RV & Trailer Park is located in Utah
Latitude
40.8845 N
Longitude
-109.4567 W
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Directions
To Flaming Gorge Resort from Salt Lake City, Utah: (Driving time about 4 hours) Take I-80 east until you are passing through Evanston, Wyoming. Go about 30 miles past Evanston and take the Ft. Bridger exit. Travel about 4-6 miles until you get to a four way intersection. Take a right onto highway 414, drive about 45 mintues to Manila. Once in Manila, turn right onto highway 44. Drive 28 miles to US 191, turn left on 191. Drive north about 2 miles to Flaming Gorge Resort which is located on the left side of the road. To Flaming Gorge Resort from Denver, Colorado: Take I-70 west to Riffle. Go on highway 18 north to Meeker. Take highway 64 west to Dinosaur. Travel on highway 40 west to Vernal. Turn on highway 191. Travel about 38 miles and turn righ to continue on highway 191. Travel about 2 miles to Flaming Gorge Resort which is located on the left side of the road. To Flaming Gorge Resort from Rock Springs, Wyoming: (Travel time about 1 hour 15 minutes) Go south on highway 191, travel 72 miles to Flaming Gorge Resort, which is about 4 miles south of Flaming Gorge Dam. Flaming Gorge Resort is located on the right side of the road.
2 Reviews of Flaming Gorge RV & Trailer Park
Great place for a quick stay

Nice place.

First to Review
Ranger Review: Cotopaxi at Flaming Gorge Rv & Trailer Park

Campground Review

This little resort, as they prefer to be called, has a lil bit of everything. They have rooms for rent, RV spaces, tent spaces, and even a trailer park. There is a nice lil restaurant on site where the food is reasonably priced with large delicious portions. They also have a small store that carries food, fishing equipment, and souvenirs. They offer many activities and you can even rent rafts right next door. This lil place is usually busy on weekends but calms down a bit during weekdays.

Product Review

Cotopaxi Luzon 18L Daypack- Del Dia. https://www.cotopaxi.com/collections/del-dia/products/luzon-18l-daypack-del-dia?variant=5477422977 I received my first Luzon bag as a birthday gift. The colors are bright and fresh. My second bag I received in my Cairn box, colors weren't that great. And my last bag I received for a questival I wasnt able to attend, which was also bright and fun. I ordered one of these for my mother for mothers day and although the colors werent bright they actually fit her personality. My step sisters and my step mom also use these packs (its a family love I guess)The unique colors make them appealing as a one of a kind item. I like that theirs the double strap; one across my chest and one at my waist line, this helps alot with supporting the pack as I have back problems. I love how lightweight yet functional this item is, it can be packed into a hiking pack to use just as a day trip bag. There is a separate compartment inside that holds a water bladder, It also has a small zip compartment on the front. I wish there were some side pockets that you can access while still wearing the pack though. And the hole on the back/top to run your water hose through could be a bit bigger as its hard to get certain brands through it. Overall great lil fun colored pack. I have used it hiking, in airports, exploring cities, and even as a purse. These packs accompany me everywhere. This last trip I paired it with AXE 2L water bladder that I received in my Cairn box.