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Love this place-we have been going since I was a kid. Spots feel very private-it's wonderful!
This campground is quiet and has abundant wildlife. It’s better for small campers or tent campers as the driveways were not designed for big rigs.
Loved the family trailers parked together in Loop B. Walk to the water or we rented a pontoon boat at the Marina. Staff is always awesome and willing to tell you hotspots on this large lake.
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Really beautiful area! Camping on a grass and dirt field. Definitely bumpy getting in and settled. Arrived in time to see a pretty sunset. The train is a bit noisy, but not bad inside the trailer. We even have cell service!!
We were passing through and were looking for a spot for the night and pulled in here to check it out. The manager said the park is normally at capacity with long termers but was able to give us a spot for the night. It was OK.
Girlfriend and I stayed here and we went at night. Very hard to find. We aren’t sure if we camped in the right spot. When we woke up there were paragliders ready to glide. Which was cool. VERY windy and hard to drive stakes in also. But it did work and it was free
Beautiful area and lots of first come first serve spots. Here late in the season so it was chilly but it is in the mountains! Winding road to get here from Park City but appears to be a shorter straight shot into Salt Lake City. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site right next to the parking…
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The spots are a little tight but lots of spaces here. We're in a 40 ft Allegro Bus. Our space was 65 ft long which was good since we tow as well. Concrete pads are nice. Grass in between, clean and quiet. I liked hearing the train horn in the distance. 😀 nice koa
Nice park, but the pads can be exceptionally out of level.
Looks like less of a parking lot than the adjacent private RV park. Short walk to the beach and swimming area, but no other significant recreational activities. Sites are paved, many with hookups. Served well as an overnight stop on our way north.
The area is well wooded and the sites though small give a good deal of privacy. There are plenty of toilets and water spigots with potable water, but no trash receptacles, so you’ll need to pack out your trash
Let me tell you about one of the best hid secrets, It's this place! It seems to have started out as a fishing spot at the reservoir and expanded into a campground many years ago. The camp host Stevie was amazing. I have never seen a campground so well-cared-for. I was also there for a week on my…
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What a neat state park! Lots to do here. Hiking, biking, boating, swimming, and just strolling around the place. The staff was GREAT! Very friendly and courteous. Each area has there own camp host, if you have any issues, which is nice. Ed and his wife were ours for the 2 wks. we were there. Nice…
This my 3 stay here at Utah Lake state park. 2x in July and now in September. I’m a single female traveler. With the heat this summer I’ve been boondocking in the mountains and then come down to the valley to restock and plug in for a few days. This state park checks all of the boxes.
This is a great little campground the hosts were super friendly and helpful. The site was level and had a great flat slab, table and fire pit. This campground is very well maintained. The only downside is some traffic noise from Hwy 40. Nice clean restrooms but be aware they don’t have lights.