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About Twin Coves Campground
$20.00 - $60.00
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 40 ft.
Twin Coves Campground is located in Utah
40.7676 N
-111.3857 W
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12 Reviews of Twin Coves Campground
Clean, Quiet, and Close

We were drawn to going to Rockport State Park because of how close it is to SLC(only about 40 minutes). The gate guards at the entrance were super nice and helpful, and guided us to the closest tent-campsite to the water. The campsite was very clean and offered a gazebo with a table, a fire place, and a barbecue. The camp spots are decently placed and have plenty to park your vehicle. Other perks of this spot are the fact that it’s dog friendly, has clean outhouses, and fresh well-water.

Ps. Definitely bring bug spray!

Fun Reservoir

Our kids had a blast playing on the sandy beach area. We camped on the riverside loop and it was okay. There were not many trees and sites were close to each other but it was fine.

Nice Area Not too Far from SLC

My family camped here last summer and we had a good time! It was a little chilly when we were up here, but that is expected at this altitude. This area has a variety of campsites and if you want one of the sites with closer access to showers, then book early! There is also not a ton of shade, so keep that in mind. But all in all we had a great time!

Easy access camping but has a lot of mice and ants.

I would give it a higher rating if it weren’t so overrun with mice and ants. I camp regularly and rockport has more rodents then the other campground all put together. Positives are it’s easy access, good fishing, and kids love the water!

Family favorite

Once we found this gem, we have started going here every other week. Absolutely our family’s very favorite campsite! We’ve only stayed at the lower campsite called Old Church then drive to the water during the day. The camp host and his family are super awesome (and are usually selling firewood); there are plenty of restrooms; even at full capacity, it doesn’t feel (or sound) full and it stays the perfect temperature. Seriously a little bit of heaven on earth.

Crandall Campground - Rockport State Park

We stayed here on a very windy and cold Labor Day. This campground in the fall is a ways from the lake. It is a group site and is almost like camping in an open field. The Pavilion was nice for our large group 20+ people.

Lots of privacy!

We love rockport and have camped here a few times. We always pick a spot near the water and each spot seems to be a good distance away from where others are camping - which is nice.

They provide wheelbarrows near the restrooms to help haul your stuff to your campsite which I thought was awesome and super helpful!

Night by the lake

The campgrounds are right up by the bank. It was great but there is not much privacy or space between campsites. The potable water tasted pretty good.

Great place

Beautiful. excellent accommodations. the water was close and amazing. looking forward to going back.

Had a great time at Cedar Point Campground at Rockport State Park

Cedar point campground was awesome

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