This is a fun place close to the lake. Lots of really good fishing from shore as well as boat access. The camp sites are big with nice tables and lots of room.
They have nice bathrooms, and big campsites. Nice tables at the campsite and it is close to the lake. We caught lots of crawfish and lots of trout.
This is a great place to camp within the city of Lehi. It is close to the water and in the hot summer it is a fun spot for a night get away. Big camp sites for trailers or tents and nice bathrooms.
We take our scout troop to this campsite at least once a year. It is close to the city but feels like it is not. really nice bathrooms, tables, and pavilions. Close to a river and have lots of space.
Lots of rivers close, and a view of Joes Valley. Nice big camp sites.
When we stayed here it was in the summer and we were the only ones in the whole campground. Big campsites with nice tables and bathrooms.
This is a great place to go to get away for the city. Don't go on a busy weekend really crowded but fun place for kids.
They have a really nice pavilion and lots of trees. You are close to the golf course and close to Hobble Creek which is fun for the kids.
This is a great place to come to get away from the city. Big fish, great views, and lots of wildlife.
The campsite is nice. Great bathrooms, and nice tables. great place to roast some SMORES. Make sure you get up here in the fall and watch the Salmon spawn it is really cool.
One of my favorite summer get away spots. Lots of fish in the lake, great bike trails and amazing views all around. With it being a 15 minute drive from Payson makes for a great time.
Nice bathrooms, tables, fire pits, and in the trees. This campground can be hard to find a spot on busy weekends because it is so close to town. Amazing mountain views and fun for the whole family.
American Fork canyon is my all time favorite canyon. I love the high sides as you drive through. Fall is the best time to go. Beautiful colors. Granite flats has lots of hiking around and is near a really fun little reservoir (which has been discovered and is getting super busy unfortunately). Very picturesque for sure.
This is a great FREE site; however there are no amenities. Bring everything you need. If you don't have a portable toilet, visit the rest area down the road for a last minute bathroom break before settling in for the night.
There is plenty of open, level space. Not a lot of privacy, so during the busy season you'll most likely make friends with your neighbors.
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 is a great spot just a about 2 miles off the main highway. It’s paved until you get to the campground turn off which is a good dirt road. Wide open space with tons of options to tent or RV. There’s a huge sign that says Sheep Creek Campground so you can’t miss it. Drove here with my front wheel drive sedan and tent camped. Train goes by occasionally but not loud enough to disturb. Access to hiking trails all around because it’s national forest land. You can stay 14 days. No permit required. No amenities.
There were a couple spots that were semi private but most were very exposed. Lots of area on some of them though for multiple tents. The river is right there and makes some beautiful yet subtle white noise. It is in provo canyon and the cliffs on either side are very impressive. The walk from the campsite to bridal falls is also lovely!
Very nice campgrounds with single and double spaces. Allow RV's with no electicity ad no water hookups. Pit toilets and no showers. Close to 4 wheeling trails, fishing and Tibble Fork lake to swimm, boat (not motorized) and fish.
We stopped here while passing through Provo, and this was such a convenient and peaceful spot to sleep in the city. You're super close to amenities and anything you could want to see in town, as well as Utah Lake. It's reasonably priced and the facilities are really nice – clean bathrooms and shower stalls, clean and well-maintained sites and fire rings. I would stay here again! They book up a little far in advance during the summer though so plan ahead.
This campground is owned by Springville City and is well maintained. It sure by Hobble Creek amongst beautiful green trees. It also has (at the entrance) a nice park with a large green lawn and a kid's playground. I love camping here
loved camping here! My husband and I recently moved to Oklahoma where there there isn’t much camping. So to say that we were excited for our trip back home was an understatement. This campsite was near Tibble Fork which is somewhere I have been wanting to go and explore for a long time. We were able to paddle board which was a blast! I loves being so close and having access to so many beautiful hikes and Rick climbing. We were right next to a beautiful river and it was pretty quiet.
This campground was awesome! We would definitely come back here. Here are some of the things we loved about staying here:
- Great hiking- the hiking around this area was amazing. We absolutely enjoyed these trails. We did a hike that about 10 miles roundtrip with low elevation gain. We also did a hike that was 5 miles round trip, and 4 miles round trip. The views were incredible.
- Big campsite spaces- Loved that the spaces were big enough to fit our truck and 2 tents
- Shaded campsites- We really liked that there were tons of trees within the campground. This provided us with shade as well as a place to hang our hammocks
Some things we didnt really like were:
- Only 1 bathroom
- No water available
- The road was a little difficult to find
All in all we absolutely loved it here and would could back. We wish we could have stayed longer. Next time we come we are bringing our family and staying longer.
Such a beautiful campground! Very private and not crowded, even during the busiest weekends. Access to lots of pretty places to run around and explore. Great places for kids to play. Lots of tall pine trees. I definitely recommend!
It has a ton of wildlife to see. So much to do, including hiking and hanging out in the creek. It’s very beautiful and peaceful. There are a ton of bugs so bring lots of bug spray. There is a fee to stay at this campground.
We've been up this canyon many times before, mostly for climbing. This canyon holds some of the most historic sport routes in America as some of the hardest routes in the country, at the time, were established here in the late 80's and early 90's. A place of particular interest if you're looking for hard routes is the infamous Hell Cave with all routes being 5.13 and up. Teardrop is a favorite among climbers looking to redpoint their first 13.
Now on to the campsite. We've always come here during the week, but it can be safe to say the weekend is a zoo up here given its proximity to the Wasatch metro. There are fire rings and picnic tables at all of the spots and they're all within a few minutes walk of the creek. Also within about 5-10 minutes are over 50 beginner, moderate, and intermediate routes with a few tough ones mixed in! Our favorite wall around here is Serenity Wall given how close it is and because we're huge fans of Firefly!
As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I get to test products from outdoor and lifestyle brands from time to time. On this trip we got to test some Oofos clogs.
If you do lots of hiking, trail running, or climbing like I do then having sore hips, knees, and ankles, is part of the game. With the Oofos clogs however, the game has changed! Here are some of the things I liked about the clogs and some things I would change!
• They are super light and were very easy to stuff into a backpack. When going through really rough terrain it's essential to pack light but being able to switch out of your hiking boots after the approach is a necessity. With these I was able to give my feet a break from my stiff boots while also helping them recover and ease pain in my arch.
• They really do help you recover and have great traction! I walked all over the campground in these and didn't slip once even on a dirty, loose limestone/dolomite slope. Its rare that you're able to wear a clog or flipflop all the way to the base of a crag but with these I managed just fine. Because of this I am definitely going to use them at the hospital I work at since I wont have to worry about them slipping off while I'm working with patients!
• I say con because there was only 1 thing I didn't like about these clogs. Even though these are the sport model I think they should have made air holes on both sides of the shoe to allow for more breathability. I can't wear these without socks as my feet turn the insides into a swampy muddy mess that feels really gross. I remedy that by always wearing socks with them but it would have been nice to be able to rock them barefoot.