Have stayed here on two occasions, more recently in April. Our campsite lacked a fire pit or picnic bench however the showers are warm and bathrooms kept clean. If you’re in the area to go digging for trilobites this may be your only option for camping as the town of Delta is small and has little options for overnight staying.
This is a very easy place to throw a tent up or park an RV close to lake and good fishing. In some beautiful country.
There are some primitive bathrooms, and nice tables. The campsites are big. The only downside to this campsite is the road is close by and can be noisy.
This is a fun place to visit while in Wayne County. The fishing is awesome and there is always lots of wildlife to see. You can also camp in the aspen tree.
Big campsites with tables, close to Fish Lake and lots of mountain views.
Amazing views, red rock cliffs and red dirt for miles.
Primitive camping with nice tables, and bathrooms, and fire pits. It can get hot here in the summer and it is nice that they have drinking water at the campsites. They have a big group site that can be reserved and it will hold lots of people. Lots of fun hikes close by. Lots of fun hills for the kids to climb.
Dont let first glance or reviews of run down facilities deter you, unless your a germaphobe. We have been to many hot springs in various levels of improvement or natural state, and these are a gem. Sure some upgrades and improvements could be made, but well worth the cost. Great water, unique tubs built into the side of springs, crazy painted buses or old cabins to stay in. If your looking for different, fun, and awesome- this is a great place to check out. Off the beaten path, nothing much in town but one drive in diner plus a few shops. And such helps the feeling of the whole experience. Cant hear the interstate or traffic, views a plenty, ducks, geese and some stunning peacocks running around. It was a great experience and cant wait to go back!
This place is hilarious. The pools are awesome, and the retro busses outfitted as campers are rustic. It has showers, bathrooms, and a gift shop. It has a stage on site where there are impromptu bands and yoga classes that take place. I love the wild feel of the place.
This campground is really clean and quiet. There’s room for tents and also it has many RV sites with electric, water and sewer. We were there in late September and the lake was very dry down to the creek bed. We saw many deer and jackrabbits. We would definitely stay there again. It is a developed campground.
This campsite was superb. Nestled in the pando forest in fish lake national forest this campground was very basic. No showers (you could shower at the local store nearby) and the bathrooms we just a couple stalls and a sink. We faced our tent towards fish lake as the sun was setting
Very pretty and quiet in the fall. There were only a few people camped here and most of the aspen trees of Pando grove were turning a beautiful yellow. The campground is very close to the lake in which there is a boat ramp and places to have a picnic. The nearby shore trail also gives an easy leisurely hiking option is fishing isn't your way of recreating. There's also an official Utah Geotour Geocache very close by which offers these unique county patches for completing a county! The camping fee is $15 a night but can be reduced by half if you have an America the Beautiful Pass. Another thing of note here is that the camping limit is 10 days and not the usual 14
Great spot to relax and fish or hike. Plenty of shade and privacy, pleasant even in summer when the weather is very hot. A lot of the sites have direct access to the creek and are in the shade all day.
This campground is similar to Bowery Creek except filled with more trees and not every site has a view but you can walk across the street to the lake. This campground has showers and bathrooms which all the campgrounds are allowed to use.
We couldn’t get a spot at Capital Reef so I checked on The Dyrt and low and behold there’s a lake only an hour away. If you want peaceful and cool it’s here. If you like to fish they have 20-40lb mackinaw trout. There are several camping sites around the lake but this one in my opinion has the best views of the lake and ambiance. Others are either so filled with trees you don’t see the lake and one has barely any trees. Also, a great price for the beauty!
Perfect for trail enthusiasts. Plenty of places to explore. Some sites have corrals and some only have hitching posts. Clean bathrooms. There is water, however there are no showers. You can pay 3 dollars at a lodge about 10 minutes away and take a shower there.
Beautiful spot to stop on our route. The day we arrived was very windy. The view is serene and it’s very quiet. There are showers and bathrooms. Most campsites have water and electric and there are tent sites with great views of the lake. They have a couple cabins and on site kayak rentals.
If you are camping on north or west beach be aware it is first come first serve weekends and holidays are busy but great water access and atv/utv trails. They allow fires most of the year and have movable firepits when it is allowed they pull them off the beach when not allowed. You can also move around tables too. This is a windy beach so prepare.
Love this campground. Abosolutely beautiful. Favorite Mountain of all time is Monroe Mountain. Monrovian is great for overnight camping or you can just go up and do dinner if a local. You can fish the river, ride atvs, hike, and cook over the fire. Such a beautiful place.
Bowery Creek is beautiful. Spring, summer, fall you need to see Fishlake in all seasons. The campground has beautiful views year round. There are so many things to do like hiking, fishing, boating, atv rides, and breakfast at Bowery Haven is a must. One of my all time favorite places to visit.
If you aren’t looking for anything special then this place works. We used it as a quick overnight on our way to Salt Lake. The beach is big, but typically rally crowded on the weekends. The pit toilets were really bad when we went. Super full and really filthy(even for a pit toilet).
It is primitive, so nothing else is accessible other than the pit toilets. Bring all of your own supplies!
We had our dog with us and I had to keep picking stickers out of his paws, they were alll over the place! They even filled the bottom of my sandals and I ended up throwing hem away. It was a pain and I probably wouldn’t stay here again if I could avoid it
We were hesitant to camp at a KOA because we prefer something more remote but this one was perfection. Near the highway(not close enough to hear anything) but backed up to the most beautiful mountains to watch the clouds roll in. Large grassy sites, full hookups, pool, bathrooms and free showers. Fire pits and picnic tables. Quiet. Surpringly hardly any kids. We loved this spot. We walked in with no reservations.
This campground is situated at the north end of the Park at a high elevation. It's free and has picnic tables, fire rings and a vault toilet but no water. If you want to make a fire, you must bring your own firewood. There are excellent views of the valley below only a short walk from the campsites.