Quiet spots, beautiful view, nice hiking, great for kids.
Nice spots not too close together. Amazing view. Bathrooms, aka holes in the ground but well kept!
Just stayed there one night. Nice, clean, campground in the cottonwood trees. There’s a nice lake and some amazing geological features just north of the park.
We rented the group site for Mothers Day weekend, very clean and nice, close to town…had a blast on paddle boards and kayaks
This is a great lil campground although I feel like they tried to cram alot of campsites right on top of each other. All sites have picnic tables and firepits with a grill. Its kinda a dry vegetation in the park mostly sage brush and junipers, Some bigger shadier trees towards the lake but you better book those way in advance cause they fill up fast. They have small sites, tent sites, many large pull through sites, and even one small cabin. I did notice 3 bathroom facilities in spread throughout the park though and water spigots throughout. They have recently built a nature trail that runs from the side of the lake around to the front of it so thats a nice lil jont. They do also offer one group site that has a pavilion. This campground is not for anyone that doesnt like to be seen cause most likely you'll have a neighbor right next to you, above you, or below you.
This is a great recreation area close to the town of Vernal, about 5 miles out. There is a lake for fishing, swimming and water sports. There is a nice beach with pavilions and picnic sites. The campground has full hook up spots, Electrical, a cabin you can rent and tent sites. There is a great group site that gives you access to the water and has a covered pavilion. There are many walking trails and atv trails accessible from this campground.
This is a really nice campground. Paved road goes all the way around the park. Some sites are close but others are set alone for privacy. Short hilly walk to the lake depending on which site your in. There is one cabin that they rent out that looks to be in great condition. Fishing is so so but the water is warm enough to swim in during summer months. There is also a geocache hidden by the fish cleaning station, if you ask the rangers they can give you the coordinates.
Steinaker State Park and Campground is located about five miles north of Vernal, UT. The campground is beautiful, and the campsites vary between desert vegetation, large shady cottonwoods, and sandy beaches. There is also one cabin available to rent. Hike the Eagle Crest trail located at the large group site for beautiful views of the lake, and Vernal beyond. Make Steinaker your basecamp for the many mountain biking trails just up the highway, hiking (check out Moonshine Arch), fishing, and more.