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My first time in an rv. Only $15 per night and that gives you free access to the reservoir
Went for first time with Trailer and loved it! Some sites even have a drive thru- no need to back up- great for Novices like me :)
It is a bit of a drive up Spanish Fork Canyon but it is a beautiful campsite with great fishing. We caught crawfish, and really good size brown and rainbow trout!
They regularly stock the lakes here with Brook Trout and Rainbow Trout. It is a fantastic place to bring your kids for fishing. It's only about 25 minutes up Payson Canyon, it has a great backwoods feel but includes good parking, close campgrounds and a paved path around the biggest of the Payson…
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Planned to be there 3 days, stayed 10. Beautiful location, great facilities, superior maintenance. Ranger was friendly and efficient. Spacious campsites with picnic tables, fire rings and trees. A few quaint towns nearby and a decent size town for any needs. Nine Mile Canyon and the Wedge were fun…
First come, first serve, dump station on site(back of parking lot), friendly camphost; great access to an awesome bike/walk trail, close to town& Walmart
SITE: Water and Electricity only and all amenities worked great. All sites are back in and spaced in a large parking lot. Picnic table…
Camping may have been possible once, but signs and gates clearly indicated this to be a no camping area. There was a day use boat launch and restrooms at the end, but that was about it. Rough, washboard road. Easy enough driving but unpleasant. Other options are the formal campground down the road…
Arrived late afternoon on a Wednesday in mid September after trying some of the dispersed spots and not finding quite the right fit. Several of the loops were closed for the season, but we found several good sites right on the bluff above the water. Great views, and a little path down to the waters…
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The drive to currant creek was so pretty. I would drive there just for the day. The camp grounds are close together. Luckily it wasn’t that busy when we went. I don’t like the fact that dogs have to be leashed and generators are off by 10:00. Camp host was nice and the camp grounds were big…
Overall it is a nice Camp ground. All the roads are paved. Outhouses were kept clean and stocked.
There is a lake close by within walking distance with a paved trail all around it. The water was low and pretty gross when we went at the end of the summer.
I stayed at B23. On the website it says…
There's one old guy who goes around complaining and ruining people's good time, but everyone is so friendly, I was able to take my dogs and its so nice! The water is gorgeous, it's so relaxed. Im in love with this place.
Fantastic spots available for friends to get together. We understood curfew, but were well respected when it came and went. No disruptions here.
This is my favorite campground with a beautiful lake!
This is it!
If you go rent the lower beach area they all come with a gazebo, grill/firepit, water spout, electricity for every or regular connector.
Parking spot for your rv or up to 3 cars.
There are public bathrooms that are really…
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The camp sites are stacked on top of one another so if you're looking to get away from people, don't go to currant creek. Every other family around us cut through our camps day and night with no regard for our gear. We reserved two spots in loop A and they were TINY and not at all spaced out like…
It was extremely windy, we paid 25online to reserve it. Beautiful Lake. We camped the Indian loop. The bathrooms were the dirtiest I have ever seen. They have forest rangers when u check in and they have them around camp but I guess they don't clean the bathrooms.