As others who have commented, it's a bare bones park with fair rates, particularly considering it's here or nowhere. Staff is very friendly, the food isn't bad. But the water at our site, on the back row, maybe #12, a back-in, was so bad it plugged both our external filter on the hose and the interior filter under the sink. Completely, as in no water flow. Additionally, not knowing what had caused the failure, I filled three gallon jugs from the spigot. The next morning the silt had settled and the lower third of the jugs were solidly rust colored. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is difficult to rate a park like this. It is the only available park with utilities in the area. The views of the surrounding mountains is good, but the park's appearance has much to be desired. Both my cell signal and my Internet signal (air card) were the best I have ever experienced. 50 amp service is only available in back-in sites. Make sure that you have a water restrictor as the pressure could put out a high rise fire. The altitude is 6,371' so if you have breathing issues this is not the place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bare Bones with no trees, which is what we like, and there are no obstructions for our essential Internet connection. Seasonal workers everywhere but were very considerate when leaving and arriving. Great Campground if you need full power and no trees. We would definitely stay here again. Hosts were a pleasure and very efficient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bare Bones campground. No Frills. Expensive for what is available. More like a parking lot with services. Office is a convenient store for gas station. I guess it is a good location for fishing. Staff are nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We picked the park because it had electric hook-ups & it's been hot. There are lots of state & federal campgrounds nearer the dam & reservoir, for dry camping. It is a Plain Jane campground - flat spots, graveled roads and sites, grassy areas between the large pull-through sites, boat storage out back. No swimming pool. No play area. Many of the river guides live here summers, but the place is fairly neat and tidy - and they have a pond with baby ducks! There are picnic tables at each site. There are no large trees - hurrah for the satellite-users. (Which contributes to a high ranking from me.) There are a few small trees planted that someday will grow up. The on-site store / gas station has almost anything you'd want. The desk people were nice. We'd come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were only here two nights and had full hookups, but good thing. It was $3.00 to use the shower and that was for a very short time allowed. Their web site indicated (to me) that the campground was located near the Flaming Gorge, but it is not. It is 3 miles from the dam. However, the people were very helpful and friendly and there is a restaurant right on site where you could get WiFi, so we would stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We could see the Flaming Gorge Reservoir from our dining window. The campground is about 10 miles from the visit center for the Gorge Dam and the great flyfishing on the Green River. About 1/2 sites are reservable. Water is from spigots, but available for RV tank filling near entrance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice interior roads but a little narrow. No services. Dump station and potable water available. Asphalt sites with tables and fire pits. Really pretty campground near the Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Verizon Wireless was on Extended Network. No WiFi. Very nice staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Access to campground is 4 miles of dirt bumpy road off hwy 191. All sites are back in, but large. Some sites have shade. Sites are well maintained and most are very level. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Golden Age pass. Very long (5 1/2 miles) gravel entry road off the main highway, although it is well maintained. Sites are gravel, not level and most are very short. No trees, picnic tables have shades over them. Bathrooms were smelly, no showers are available. Dump station access is OK. It's a short walk to the edge of the reservoir and a boat ramp. Hosts totally ignored us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camp "host" was useless when I stopped to ask for information. We had to make a tight loop to get back to the entrance to the camping area. Site #4 was adequate for a 40' motorhome. Very close to the Flaming Gorge Dam. It was on the road that we were traveling and it was time to stop. Otherwise, we would not have stopped here. If you want a primitive campsite near the water, it would be fine. Nightly rate was using Golden Age Passport. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The camphost was very helpful and went out of his way to accommodate our request. The park is well maintained with only a few trees that need to be cut back for larger rigs. It does have paved streets and pads. There is no dump station (although the entrance board states that is does have a DS). There are water spigots to fill your fresh water tank, but bring your rubber hose tip because there are no threads. The closest dump station is under 5 miles away at $15 dollars per use. We enjoyed this campground as it is very quiet at night and has really beautiful views of Flaming Gorge Reservoir. We did not use the main bathrooms/showers at the front entrance, but there are vault toilets placed all over the park - which we also did not use. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good paved interior roads and pads. Lots of trees for privacy between sites. Several very large sites available. Only a very few with a view of the reservoir. If you don't have a boat or want to fish, not much to do in the area. There are flush toilets and showers but no dump station. Sandy beach for swimming nearby. $10 is Golden Age rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a Camperworld Resort members only campground. This park is surrounded by forest service property and is a short distance to the Flaming Gorge Dam. There is a basketball court, sand volleyball court, a playground with a grassy area and games. There are many four-wheeler, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and boating activities in the area at 7000'. The lady in the office is very friendly and informational about the area. Deer are often seen in the park area. Full hook-ups, pull throughs and back-ins with trees are available. We were able to get Direct TV and antenna channels. There are many scenic drives from this location and not very far from Wyoming and Colorado. We camped here in a Motorhome.