Date of Stay:
October, 2017 -
This park is an oasis for weary travelers or a peaceful weekend getaway. Fall is a beautiful time to visit, the trees are a golden yellow. The website is not updated often and the photos are years old. They do not reflect the recent addition of water spigots at all the sites. This was a pleasant surprise for us! This is an older park so it may be difficult for some of the larger rigs to find a site that is suitable. We did have to park our tow vehicle creatively to fit. There is a train that runs fairly frequently but it did not wake us up at night (it does run at night). Each site has a picnic table and most have fire pits. The campground sells firewood for $8 a bundle. (save yourself a few bucks and go to ACE hardware). The bathrooms and showers were clean. The reason for the low service score was because we tried for weeks prior to our trip to speak to someone at the park. No one was ever around to answer calls, return calls or emails. We enjoyed our stay very much though. We camped at Green River State Park in a Travel Trailer.
There is a grocery store in town called the Melon Vine. Green River is known for their water melons. They did not disappoint! The golf course is beautiful. Try your hand at disc golf! If you go to the John Powell Musueum it is also a visitor center and has many phamplets with exciting day trips to do.
Date of Stay:
July, 2011 -
This is a nice little state park campground with large sites. There are paved pads with a covered picnic area. The bathrooms were clean and well kept. However, there is currently a HUGE mosquito problem. Don't camp here without DEET repellent and even then you will still get bit. We camped here for four nights and are all itching. The beach area is currently flooded and inaccessible. If you don't have a boat there isn't much to do. Very nice flat biking area though. However, bring flat repair stuff because there are little thorns around that can cause havoc on your tires. Over all a fun trip but wish the mosquito swarms weren't there. We camped at Utah Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2011 -
We stayed here on our first trip out with our travel trailer. First problem was that the sites are VERY small. You can whisper and your neighbor will hear you. There is no room to put your awning out. There are also an abundance of ducks. The camp store is only open limited hours and has very limited supplies. There are no fire pits. The pool is located in the "attached" trailer park and looked pretty nasty. There is a walking trail that has an entrance from the park but this also means the park isn't completely secure from passerby's. The back half of the small park is permanent residents and is a little scary. This is by far the worst KOA we have ever stayed at. The only reason I rated it a 2 was because I heard it just got new owners and I feel it has the potential to improve. We camped at Provo KOA (Closed) in a Travel Trailer.