Date of Stay: May, 2010
This is park that has sold (and is selling) the individual pads to individual owners. There is highway noise from interstate 80 especially when outside your rig. Pull through sites are tight and expensive ($40). Location is great: close to Canyons Ski resort, Red Stone Mall and outlet stores. Good functional place to stop along your way down the highway, but not a serene extended stay type of campground.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
Just left this newly renovated campground in Heber. The trees and flowers are starting to bloom and the fly fishing (along the middle Provo River) was fantastic all week. I have been coming here on and off for years as I am an avid fly fisherman and golfer. This campground had been sold a few years back, and the new ownership has added a fantastic new recreation room and a new laundry room. They also added over 50 cabins. Pricing was also rolled back. Highly recommend paying this park a visit.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
This park has undergone major remodeling and now offer a large round multipurpose room and laundry room along with an expanded adventure and fly shop (it already had a general store). Also new to the park is a nice internet lounge above the general store. Trees are young, sites are roomy and area is quiet. A stream runs through property but those sites were sold out. Wish I could have stayed longer to walk the Provo River across street: next time.