Typical national forest campground, inside forest boundary. Pit toilets and water spouts available, but no other services provided. We really enjoyed our site - backed by the Cub River. We saw fish being caught all day. Developed fire pit with table. There are lots of mature trees in area. Hugely popular with ATV's - both noise and dust. Area was at capacity - arrive early or have reservations. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a well kept secret. I lived in the Logan/Cache Valley area for 20 years and did not know this was 30 minutes away! It has everything we want in an RV Park. It is in the mountains with the Cub River running thru the property. It has a geo thermal pool and a hot tub. There is also a cute restaurant that serves Chicken and Steak Dinners called the Deer Cliff Inn. We love this place and would highly recommend it. We stay here every chance we get. It is has so many amenities and it worth every penny. It has everything you could possibly want. We LOVE it!!! I am sure you will too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a great location. I would describe it as very "odd". It is basically a small grass area with gravel RV sites around the outside of the grass. The sites are VERY close together, so, like it or not, you will get to know your neighbors very well. There are no bathrooms or showers. The office is rarely open. In fact, during the 4 days we stayed there, we didn't even see the "manager" until the 3rd day; after that 2-minute interchange, we didn't see her at all for the rest of our stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.