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Solid KOA campground with all the amenities you would expect including a pool and spa. Location of the campground is near the downtown area, with that you get all the noise of the city; traffic, sirens, and train horns. However it was the questionable downtown crowd the wifey didn’t like and…
Very beautiful spot on an island in the middle of Salt Lake. Several campgrounds to choose from. Beautiful sunsets. Well kept and convenient sites. Bathrooms and showers available in the park. The only problem we had was trying to pitch the tent in such rocky soil. And there aren’t any trees to…
The lake is clear, shallow and warm for a good distance. There are a lot of bugs though.
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I had space 7 so the camp backs up an over looks the water for a beautiful view. If you want to play in water or just enjoy the view this is great. Did a little hike but no est trails here. Space 7 is level and huge double table and camp tent options. Great attentive host. I saw her take care…
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Stayed site 58. Long walk-in. Shade area. Full Sun between 10am-3pm. Next to stream. Fits 2 small tents. Pretty area. 2 Lakes near by. Nice Host.
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.
Nice park with many sites to choose from. The site we stayed in was set up so that open space was shared with the neighboring site, The front doors faced each other. We visited in June so the cotton from the cottonwood trees was everywhere and made the kids allergies go crazy. The park, pool,…
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.
*Be aware that this campsite reservations…
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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.
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…
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.
There was a lot of space to be spread out from others. The beach is so large and it’s easy to camp out. The sand is soft and fun for the kids to build sand castles. We also enjoyed the small waves while on the beach.
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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.
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.
The campgrounds were very open with not many trees but a great view of the lake. We saw fox that came right up to our tent and lots of bison close by. Quiet place.