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17 Reviews of 9 Ibapah, Utah Campgrounds
Great overnight stop at the KOA. Right off of I-80 and in a casino town, but extremely quiet and cost effective.
Nothing special, small showers. There is a large pool, clean campground.
Nice staff on the desk, showers were clean, pool was open and cool. Site was clean and quiet. Easy access to Wendover
Very good campground. RV sites are roomy and lots of pull through sites. Bathrooms and showers were clean and lots of hot water. Definitely would recommend. Easy walk to casinos.
Pretty basic but good for short term. It's just a small cup de sac of about 15 spots at most. All back ins except for like 2-3 pull thrus i think in middle! Don't even think there's a Host on site. Close to nugget and Montego casinos. No bathrooms or trees for shade.
This place was a bit or a boring ride for me, but the silence and openness did finally sink in. Very calming. We landed at the geode beds as the sun set. In the morning we woke and didn't quite realize what we were on. With no digging tools, as this was an unexpected stop, we mucked about…
Good utilities, nice facilities. Excellent access to salt flats and casinos. The park is gravel but there are a few grass patches. The dog park is gravel. Basketball and other recreation areas are good. Wifi was a nogo for everyone we met.
Many dispersed campsites surrounding the Pony Express Road over Dugway pass. The geode beds are nearby, as is Topaz Mountain, both excellent rockhounding experiences.
Each campsite has a pull off and a rock fire pit.
Expect to see antelope, herds of sheep and wild horses!
Is pretty typical for a KOA except for the location! This KOA has all the usual amenities: playground, showers, flush toilets, RV hookups, a pool, and wifi. Some convenievces can also be bought at the main registration cabin. In addition to the usual RV sites there are also camping cabins and…
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Park was nicely taken care of. Nice pool. Shuttle was nice to the casinos.
Friends and I stayed here over memorial day weekend (Thursday-Sunday). It was a very nice place. BLM owned, and no one bothered us. We were able to get here fairly easily but here are two words of warning:
- If you're coming from anywhere in that you need to take I-80 E from Salt Lake, DO NOT…
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We stayed at the Bonneville KOA on a road trip from Southern California out to Colorado. Our original goal had been to drive from the SF Bay Area to SLC, UT (US Highway 80 is a very easy, straight shot drive from CA to UT, even for a 650 mile drive), but got a really late start and changed our…
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Management at this KOA was excellent. Very nice and welcoming. The facilities were clean. The campground area is clean and well attended.
This road which, is the old Pony Express Trail, is surrounded by many varied activities to keep you entertained for weeks. To the north of the road past Boyd Station is the Dugway Geode beds where large soft ball sized geodes can be dug up! South of here at Topaz Mountain you can find, you guessed…
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We stayed for one night. The campground is close to the casinos, but still feels private and far away from the bustle of downtown. The facilities are nice and very clean. It is a nice option if you want to be close to the action, but not feel like you are in a casino.