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Would stay again

Clean place, lots of amenities, and great staff. Price is competitive for this area Only down side is the exhaust from highway traffic can get a bit strong, but I would definitely come back.

Nice forest road camping

Very pretty and easy to get to from Salt Lake. We went on a Friday afternoon and there were a lot of large groups (multiple campers, trucks, ATVs) but we were able to find a spot a little ways down the road. I would say 4x4 isn't needed but a higher clearance SUV or truck would be a good idea. Overall, I'd recommend!

Beautiful setting with a great trail

September 17, 2020 stay for 2 nights. Timpooneke Camp Ground and their hosts were wonderful. We had a spot that wasn’t the best, #17, since it wasn’t too private however we enjoyed the wooded area of Aspens, Fur, etc directly behind us. Other sites, if you are lucky, are more private. The trails going up the mountain meet up with the Timpooneke Trail head. The 8 mile hike up to the peak was dusty but about 45 minutes up you reach some springs to cool you off. The time of year allowed us to enjoy the colors of the leaves. The campground has water, vaulted toilets, and a creek towards the bottom near the entrance.

For having no amenities, it was $48.00

Clean, nice and pretty scenery. We pulled in here on 9/15/2020, just wanted to get off the road and took a chance. We were able to find a spot, and the host came over and told us it was $48.00. Sorta taken back since there is no electric, water or dump service here.

Learned a lesson.

still closed

Drove up and it is still closed

Excellent overnight stop

This site was perfect for a quick overnight stop. Excellent for tents, no hookups but great space for small to medium RVs. Half price for national park cardholders, ie Senior pass making this a great bargain. Lots of trees for shade. Loop A was easier to access as Loop B road was washed out a bit and had lots of ruts.

Worth the money

This place is terrific Clean everything and tons to do on-site. Very popular so the place is full but everyone had great etiquette.

Crammed in like sardines.

What we liked: We only stayed one night.

What we didn't like: Even though the park was less than half full, they crammed all of the RVs into as small of an area as they could.

Small spots with very little room to manage.

Would not stay again.

Nice and shady

Camp hosts were friendly and camp was clean. Campground gets pretty crowded but maybe that's just pandemic crowded. Pit toilets were clean but no drinking water. Roads and campsite pads were paved which really help cut down on dirt and noise. Every site has shade and picnic tables.

Dispersed camping

Soapstone basin is dispersed camping at its best! I stayed here for three nights in July, it was quiet and secluded. The road at times was a bit rough for my little Ford escape and tab camper however the sunsets were amazing as was the dark moonless night. one night while falling asleep I hear a few little sneezes outside. It was a squirrel. Later I was told female squirrels will sneeze after mating! Not sure that's entirely true but the sneezing part was pretty cute!