This is a great spot on your way through or just for a weekend getaway. Each spot has a cover over the picnic table and most spots have a view of the lake. The spaces are pretty far apart and you have a decent amount of privacy.
There is a lot to do including camping swimming 🏊♀️ on the beaches, and water is warm. The campground ⛺️ is about 25 miles south of Nephi. Recreational opportunities include camping, 🛶 , swimming, fishing, and ATV/dirt bike 🏍 paths.
There is developed and primitive camping is available at Oasis and Painted Rocks campgrounds and at the beach areas. There is a lot to fish for including northern pike, walleye, yellow perch, wiper, and catfish year-round.
Awesome first camp of the year. Booked as soon as the state parks opened back up. Place really gave that “middle of nowhere feel”, lake and surrounding area were beautiful. Campsites were simple and bathrooms were nice. Only issue we had was we accidentally booked a site without electric. Could’ve been more clear on website, but also likely a rookie mistake being our first camp in Utah
Great place to camp. Close to I-15 lots of fish in the lake. We stayed here with our boat and had lots of fun.
Close to boat ramp. With big campsites, tables, bathrooms, and fire pits.
Spent 3 days here. There were a few people here but it was so quiet. Took a nice walk down by the reservoir. Took a ride to Scipio out the "back" way (over the dam). I would stay here again.
Beautiful spot to stop on our route. The day we arrived was very windy. The view is serene and it’s very quiet. There are showers and bathrooms. Most campsites have water and electric and there are tent sites with great views of the lake. They have a couple cabins and on site kayak rentals.
This campground is really nice. A lot of trees, tent pads and showers. Bathrooms are really clean.
The campground is spacious, has showers, running water bathrooms, fire pits, cement pads and pavilions. Great place to camp- much better than being on the beach- due to the wind! Yuba beach is always windy and the oasis campground gives some reprieve