This is a very small gravel/dirt lot in a valley in the woods along a creek near the Green River Lake. Beautiful wooded area with a small intermittent stream that runs beside the sites. Pit toilets, fire rings, and tables. No trash cans so pack it all out!
Plenty of swimming, hiking, fishing, boating in this area!
Canyon View RV Park is a long parking lot with 15-20 water and electric hookups and dump station. The sites (back in) are on one side, car (tows) are parked on the other. Most of them have a grassy area behind the RV. A short walk behind the campground and down a treed path is a park. The fee is $25 per night, paid thru a self check in (pictured).
All in all, I thought pricing was a little steep. It’s an option for the area but wouldn’t be my first option.
This was the only camping spot we could find on the weekend. It was pretty packed here as many people like to fish Strawberry Reservoir. We found a decent spot to unload and set up camp about a mile in to Mud Creek Road.
There is a store down by the lake but you have to pay a fee to get in. We came prepared for our visit so we never went down there.
If you’re used to lower elevation camping, come prepared with extra warm sleeping bags or blankets. It was pretty cool at night (like down to 29 degrees at night). Check the weather beforehand!
We fished for trout and crawfish on the lake. The crawfish were easier to catch than the trout. We caught one trout (cutthroat) that we threw back and 4 crawfish. We caught the crawfish as we walked back to the truck along the shoreline. Our favorite spot to fish was ladders on the opposite side on the lake.
Clyde Creek is about 5 miles up a dirt and graveled road about 1 mile south of US 40 on Strawberry Rd, at Strawberry Reservoir. The nearest town is Heber City 21.8 miles. The road is maintained by the forest service and is subject to closure when it becomes too wet.
This is a fantastic FREE camp site. It was very well kept and clean. There is quite a bit of shade because of the tree line the campsites are backed up to. The view is amazing. There is a nice little trail you can follow into the woods.
Area activities: OHV, fishing, hiking, and hunting.
This camping area is far enough from the highway that you do not hear or see any of the traffic yet it’s only a 2-3 minute drive. The camping area is slightly slopped and grassy with an open lot with a wooden fence on both sides.
Not much shade but there were 2 or 3 areas with a few trees. This area has a couple fire rings to utilize. Sheep Creek can be a bit windy due to how open it is. The nice part about the wind is it keeps the bugs away. Beautiful views!
Definitely would stay again!
The facilities are average, with separate rooms for showers and toilets. However, there are many long-term residents with not enough space for regular camping. Some of these long term residents have multiple cars and end up blocking you in. We really just wanted a good spot to fill up on water and possibly stay for a night or two. Later we found out across the road is a Denny’s/Flying J/Truck stop where we could fill up with water.
Pros: Washer and dryers, small pool, close to Provo Cons: Road noise, train noise, small spaces, long term neighbors.
Overall, I wouldn’t recommend staying here.
How to get there: From Springville, Utah, go about 10-12 miles up East Canyon Road, and keep to the right up Hobble Creek Road. We passed a golf course, a couple paid forest service campgrounds, and a shooting range. The road will narrow and as you go over a bridge, the road turns to gravel and that’s where the dispersed camping starts.￼ We went about 2-3 miles up Hobble Road from the bridge to find our spot.
Pros: Free camping! The view is amazing and we found a few sites toward the top with fire pits. Road was in good condition all the way. Lots of great hiking.
Cons: No cell service with Verizon, lots of dirt bikers and campsites are close to the road. Very crowded on weekends. Also the road is very narrow and people don’t take the road slowly. Proceed with caution.
Overall, beautiful view and very peaceful at night.
There are 241 Class A and B sites at the Mississippi Palisades. Electrical hookups are available at 110 sites. Showers and flush toilets are situated in three buildings and are in operation from May 1 until Oct 31. You can pick up supplies at a camp convenience store, open during the summer. The campground also features water and two sanitary dump stations. Only campers with permits are allowed in the campground, with admittance prohibited from 10 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Reservations are no longer being taken for the Class A and B sites at Mississippi Palisades.
The camping fees are different for motor homes and tents, depending on your needs. Fees for tent camping are $6-$8 per day.
Jackson offers some of the best rock climbing in southern Illinois. There are about 60 climbing areas along the sandstone bluffs and freestanding boulders, with multiple routes. Most of the routes here are sport routes, though there are a number of trad routes.
There are primative campsites on both sides of Glen Street Falls Road near the trailhead. You can drive right up and park next to your campsite. If those campsites are full, there are additional campsites further down the road.
Most campsites have fire rings. There are no picnic tables or campfire grills there. There are also no garbage cans. You must pack out all of your garbage. You also need to bring your own drinking water as there is no fresh water there.
There's a single outhouse at the trailhead that is well maintained and pretty clean.
This State Park has two campgrounds to choose from: Plainview and Lakeview. The sites at Plainview are nice, with plenty of room between each of the sites. Most of the campsites at this site also have decent shade. Bathhouses at Plainview were clean. The sites at Lakeview are less desirable as the campground is more cramped than Plainview and only a couple of the sites actually overlook the lake. Overall, I would recommend staying at Plainview.
Boat rentals at the lake are very reasonable and the bait/camp shop is nice. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere, the food was good and it was quick.
Overall a great place to camp and kayak. Nice fishing too but no swimming aloud at this lake.
All sites are shaded and mostly level with pull-thru or back-in parking. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring with a grate over it. Each site has electric, however the water spigots are scattered about. The restroom and shower house is very clean.
There is a nice walking trail path that goes around the exterior of the lake. The lake has boat access and some good fishing spots. There is also a restaurant and store on the lake. The breakfast at the restaurant is great! Mosquitoes are bad, remember to bring repellent.
21 campsites with a fire ring/barrel, lantern post and picnic table. A couple of the campsites had damaged fire rings. Most sites should be able to fit medium size trailers, other sites have trees in the way. Vault toilets and a water station. Very quiet, clean and peaceful. Trail system is about 8 miles and has great views. Don’t forget to bring your swimming suit!
Very impressed with this state park! It was huge, almost 3 miles just to our site! The showers were clean. The spots were large and wooded with nice fire ring set ups. The staff was very helpful answering any questions and giving recommendations. We stayed on a primitive/wilderness site for $12 with no electric. They will allow anyone on these sites-we even saw huge RV'S and 5th wheels on primitive sites.
There are amazing trails through park for people to hike, bike, or ride horse on.
Spring Grove is a tiny town nearby with a little corner bar called “The Grove”. They serve amazing food with great service. Very clean! I recommend checking it out if you’re looking for some good food.
If you're a hiker, there are hills here for some decent elevation change (not bad for the Midwest). There are many trails which you can combine to get a good amount of miles in.
The camping here is always good. The sites are not huge, but not too tight and are pretty well spread out. The lodge is at the top of the hill with a nice little giftshop and restaurant as well as cute, quaint cabins for an overnight stay.
Great little campground for the money, $20 a night for a spot with electric, no water. Be prepared for the airboats and fishermen as this is a public park with a boat ramp (didn't bother us) we were in spot #18 close to the road. Most reviews and the camp host stated it was always pretty empty. It did empty out as the week went on, but it was very quiet at night even when it was full. The campground was kept neat, the bathrooms were another story… not clean at all! Had a cute playground too. The spots were spacious so it wasn't cramped, was able to set up with ease. Great historical park, trails and short pier within a 5 min walk. No traffic!
We rented a tent campsite for 5 nights. We had such a fantastic time here. What fantastic facilities. Bathrooms nice and clean and modern. Campsites large with hookups. The spring is beautiful. We saw manatees and otters. Lots of wildlife. Rented a super cheap kayak and had a great time on the river. Also went hiking on all the trails. So much to do and the staff were super friendly and helpful! We can't wait to come and camp here again.
The beaches are like sugar (miles) and the campground is cozy with clean bathhouses. The park is not manned after sunset so if you're a campground guest make sure you call before 5:00 PM to make arrangements to get to your reserved spot because entry/exit into the park is only available by a coded gate after hours. Dogs are prohibited to roam the state park beaches however are allowed on the public beaches just a few miles away.
The sand is so solid and white, the sea shells are amazing and the water is deep, deep blue.
We had a bit of weather to deal with on our first night but it only got better from there. Our tent site was right on the water and was great for putting our small boat out when we wanted. The bathhouse is clean and the water hot. The views are spectacular.
The only negative is there’s no septic, so you have to have your black/gray water pumped, but even that’s not worth a rating deduction.
Not crowded on a week day. State park requires small entry fee or annual pass. Large, interesting jetty rocks protect the end of the beach. Small beach/ snack shop near parking lot, but this beach avoids the touristy feel of other local beaches.
The lower numbered sites are great for viewing water fowl. The higher numbered sites are where the deer visit. The campground map does not show the jetty in front of sites 2 - 15. The location in Panama City Beach is perfect. From the Park gate it is literally a 5 minute drive and you're in the touristy beach area of PCB.
The air is brisk, the views magnificent, and the campground is clean and neat. There are no facilities other than a porta-potty but that's what camping is about, right?
Beautiful area with amazing kayaking and trail opportunities. Park ranger was by every morning to check on new arrivals. Locals showed up often and late into the night, nothing beyond some off leash dog issues occurred but it's not a place I'd leave my gear for long.
The bad: spots are super close together and there is zero privacy due to that. This ruins the experience of wild camping.