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Our site was right by the entrance and near a stream bed that was dry. It was incredibly quiet, silent even, at night. Gorgeous but a little chilly.
We had site 11 close to the bathroom and in a flat, sunny clearing surrounded by trees. You could hear the nearby road a bit and see the mountains a little bit.
Road to the good spots. Good off road tires is a must if you wanna find a spot off the main gravel road. I opted for a tucked away spot down one of the wider ohv trails. Good stars. Watch out for wasps. Great spot to catch some Zzz on the long boring hwy80.
The area and scenery were gorgeous! The hosts were lovely and helpful. The water was cool and there were tons of people there with paddle boards, canoos, tents, and dogs.
The only downside was that this year there were an obscene amount of mosquitoes.
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Our family of 5 rolled in after a day of traveling. We tow a little trailer and found a pretty level spot over by the bathrooms. Had the place to ourselves! Not much out there so bring what you need. We got there in time to make dinner and catch an amazing sunset.
There could be better signage…
Beautiful campground, lots of trees and privacy. However, you can’t bring big rigs there only smaller trailers or tent camping. Very close to Tibble Fork Reservoir where there’s great fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. You can swim too, but the water is pretty cold.
It is posted beyond The donut falls trailhead as private property, but it's hard to see where that private property might be. A landowner explained that it's all private beyond donut falls. We were cited for trespassing by a group that owns the silver mines further up the canyon and had to pay a…
The flight park offers decent views for the proximity to the city. However, the only allowed camping is in the marked spots near the restrooms at the top of the hill. Camping is $15 a night to stay on a large gravel road. The camping is flat and works with a tent, but it is also very windy and hard…
I booked a double site here for the first time, and they are beautiful. I enjoyed the location, the space, and my whole family did as well! There was some garbage in the fire pit when we arrived, but other than that it was fantastic. Soap and water with flushing toilets, etc.
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Nestled wonderfully between Stockton and Dugway, Clover Springs offers a scenic getaway from city life. If you park on the south side you get close access to the springs. $12 for a single car and it was self serve.
We got in late and saw this was a campsite on this app. We passed a sign that said gate closed from 10pm to 8am but since no gate was closed and it was after 10pm we thought it meant a gate up ahead. We set up and were about to start sleeping and at 10:48pm a ranger came to kick us out. Said the…
Day use only, not a campground that can be used at night. Also fees were $108 for day use as of May 2021. Pretty steep in my book.
Beautiful stream, very green grass, quiet Some spots are tight and close together.
Took us a minute to find it in the dark but once we did, solid spot to stay the night. Definitely windy so the camper van was rocking but glad we found it.