Nice, but crowded.

$14/night tent camping. Spent two nights. Thursday night was great. Plenty of site for everybody to spread out. Friday night was much more crowded. Sites are all nice and flat and level for tent camping. Vault toilets are very clean. There is a playground if you have kids. Decent hiking, unfortunately the caves themselves were closed during our stay. Easy access from I-90. Would stay again mid-week or off season, but during prime time I'd prefer a bit more seclusion.

Great campsite!!

Good road all the way in. About a 15min drive from the highway. Only 5 or 6 sites. Close to the Rio Mario Trail trailhead. Campsite is at elevation over 8,000ft so it can get chilly at night. Worked great for tent camping. Sites have a small horse pen but you would need to make a gate on them. Not good for big LQ horse trailers.

It works

Good roads but many camp spots are subject to road noise from the highway. Has potential to fill quickly as it's pretty close to town. We just needed a place to pull over for the night and get some truck bed sleep, it worked fine for us.

Nice But Crowded

Going 3-star only because it's pretty crowded. Tent platform sites, picnic table sites, various sized cabins. Not many tent sites, although it appears they are adding more. Ranger was very friendly and accommodating to let tent campers use picnic table sites without platforms. Sites are very close to each other. Good water spouts. Lots of hiking trails right out od camp.

Great for Dirtbagging!!!

Quiet tent/truck camping. Not far from Cedar City (15min). Medium cell signal on T-Mobile. Right off of highway but plenty of tree cover to dampen road noise. Waterfall and creek noise to lull you to sleep. Large dirt parking area. Dispersed tent sites or truck bed/van life in the dirt lot. Go slow going in, pot holes and rocks. Two entrances both from highway. 4-star only because local kids use this as their bonfire/drinking spot and as such tend to make late night noise.

Horse trailer spot for sure

Worked well enough for a bit of truck bed camping for the night while on a road trip/dirtbagging. 6 or 7 small horse pens on site and what appeared to be an old wire corral. Not really a great spot for tents but you could make it work for the night. Very large dirt lot would suit an LQ horse trailer just fine. Lots of 4x4/off-roading activity in the area, but died down by dark. Occasional road noise. Vault toilet. Water tender labeled "drinking water" but discharge was locked, so bring water.

Good for Campers, not for tents.

Stayed on the north shore side of the reservoir. Did the "camp in the truck bed" thing. There's a neighborhood on the north shore, so it becomes an early morning of it's mid-week since cars start leaving to head to work. The lake is a nice sight in the morning. The dog loved it.

Small but nice

Only a few tent sites, none very big. Camping is more along the irrigation ditch but you could wade to the Stillwater River to fish. Would not recommend for trailers or campers, even a small teardrop would be tough to maneuver. Really feels like you're camping in the backyard of the ranch you drive thru to reach the site. Fire pits were nice.

Last minute stop

Stopped here upon realizing that we wouldn't make it all the way to Castle Rocks State Park that night and it was starting to rain.  Plenty of sites available on a Thursday night in mid-March.  Bathroom facility available in the middle of the campground.  Pull-in spots are a bit small but we just had the pickup and a tent so we did fine.  Cool views in the morning of the Snake river.  Biggest drawback is that the campground sits barely off the interstate so there is a quite a bit of road noise. Not sure I'd make it my go-to camping spot but it worked for what we needed.

Great spot for climbers!!

Went down to go climbing.  Wasn't able to get the guidebook due to the visitor center closure (just as the COVID-19 stuff started) but was able to take a nice lap around the main spire and on-sight a few routes for us.  Camped at the main campground for the park (short drive from the climbing).  Campground was surprisingly full for mid-March so we set up the tent at one of the unused "equine sites" away from everybody else so that the dogs could roam a bit.  There is a $5 entry fee and a camping fee as well.  Would definitely go back.