We stayed here for a week and loved it. It is a bit north of Logan in Smithfield Canyon but an easy drive to get to town. It is a back-in only and only one site so there is a lot of privacy. We had no problem backing in our 40 foot motor home. It has plenty of paved parking for both the motor home and our tow vehicle. The wireless Internet worked great. There are no public showers or restroom but with full hookup's we did not need them. The owners were responsive to all of our needs. It was nice to sit by the creek right outside and just relax with the creek and all of the trees. We never heard any of the traffic on the canyon road. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been staying at this park for about 10 years when we have business in Logan. It is the most convenient in the surrounding area. It could use some shade and the shared power and water pedestals aren't my favorite since it places the driver's side of two RVs very close together. This park has an interesting management style. The managers are very rarely in the office but they do appear in the park a couple of times a day on their golf cart. While they have WI-FI but it's not reliable, we had to use the McDonald's down the street. There are also only three TV channels available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here a couple of weeks. The management was somewhat friendly but they were never in the office. The woman always acted as if every little thing was a big production. As the other reviewer stated, they would buzz around in their golf cart but catching them in the office was a chore. Wi-Fi was spotty and the traffic noise was terrible. Tthey cut down a lot of vegetation between the park and highway while I was there. Try to stay in the south east side of the park or the rooster across the street will wake you. Of course staying in the south east side will give you a view of the junkyard next door. Water pressure is 115psi and I went through 3 regulators in as any weeks. Electric was good and constant. Small trees, not much shade, but there was grass and the lots were level. The showers and laundry are old but maintained. This park is way over priced for what it is but there are not many options in Logan. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little park staff was very helpful and recommended the beehive for dinner full bar and the food was excellent. The park could use some shade. Remember always bring your pressure regulator: the water pressure was 115 PSI. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed here for a month to finish breaking in my new RV. This place is nice, close enough to stores yet secluded with nice views. The highway can be noisy if you're sitting outside at 5 o'clock traffic but it is not visible, otherwise I never heard it. The couple that run the place couldn't have been friendlier and they keep the park clean and quiet. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice quiet park. Yes there are a number of permanent stays but there was plenty of available spaces. The managers were very friendly and helpful. Had a nice visit in the Logan area and would recommend this location. Only negatives were no pool (not a big deal) and only 5 channels on cable TV. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pipeline construction in the area has the park filled to capacity, but they have set aside a few sites for travelers like us. Never did see anyone in the office, but detailed instructions were posted to make check in simple. Sites had plenty of room - all pull-through. A bit on the spend y side, but beat staying at a motel for our one night in Logan. Located out of town a few miles, but relatively quiet given the location adjacent to a busy highway. We would stay here again without hesitation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Traveland is the only park in Logan that is not full of permanent units. Management is friendly but only at the park part time. Monthly rate went up $110 over last years rate due to a pipeline crew coming in for a year stay. Sites may not be available in 2011 to RVers. This is our second stay here. We love Logan and this is the only place we would stay. Water pressure is measured at 200 psi. Make sure you use a PRESSURE REGULATOR. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It seems nice enough, with paved roads and gravel pads. The pull-throughs are "buddy sites" with one of your neighbors butted up to you and have a nice grass island between you and the other neighbor. It's convenient to downtown and right off the highway. The noise is deafening, worse than some interstates. Office management here is virtually non-existent. It took seven or eight phone calls and two e-mails just to make our reservation. They never returned my calls or e-mails. I had to call them. I think the "manager" is only in the office a few minutes a day. Our bus draws 50A just sitting here. We need 50A hookups. The electricity was busted in the site we were assigned. I fooled with the electric panel all day and kept walking over to the office to see if they could help. No one home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice looking park, is a Good Sam park. Some maintenance issues. But due to the price, go elsewhere. Very poor Cable TV, park is constantly being sold, and current owners are simply after high profits. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very Clean Campground with high water pressure, cable TV doesn't give you many choices. Light road noise, but not offensive. Seems like most of the campers are in are a 1 night stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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The motel you are supposed to look for has changed its name again, it's now called "M-6 Inn." Whatever. There is a clearly marked sign indicating that there is an RV park behind the motel. I was following a Good Sam Trip Routing that I had made (headed to New Mexico), and I assumed (silly me) that this was somewhere near Interstates 84 or 15. Wrong. Logan is 20 miles away from the freeway. Oh well. During the winter months, the office is not open on weekends. If you need to stay on a weekend, phone ahead and the manager will tell you what spot to pull into. I arrived around 5:00 PM on a Saturday and planned to stay two nights. The manager was very helpful but didn't want to take payment until the next morning. The next morning, the manager didn't seem too concerned about coming after me for my payment, as I sort of had to "hunt them down." But it didn't take long, and I made my payment for the two nights. Rate I am showing is Good Sam rate without taxes. By the way, all the spots are pull-through! There is decent spacing between RV's except for the "side by side" slots, where two RV's share a post. Fortunately, at the time I was here, "side by side" wasn't a problem as the park wasn't full. Beautiful view of the mountains that surround the area! The park is located in the more "rural" part of Logan, there is a horse farm next door. Laundry and showers were clean. Little bit of road noise at night, but not bad. Cable TV has only the networks and one C-Span channel. Couldn't get Wi-Fi to work the first night, but it could have been due to the electrical storm that came through. Wi-Fi worked great the next day! This is a good overnight stop on your way to somewhere, if you don't mind being 20 miles from the freeway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is clean and well maintained. It's not fancy but is well laid out. The park host could not be more hospitable! We needed ice; they went and bought it for us. We forgot our favorite dog's bed at home; they loaned their truck to us to go get another. This is not a "kids" park ( no pool, no swings) but it has all the features that we look for in an RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for one night in our Toy Hauler fifth wheel and were pleased with the campground. Park hosts were very friendly. Price was kind of on the high side for non-tourist area. It was easy to get in and out. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is behind a motel that is actually a Motel 6, not a Rodeway Inn. Easy to pull into side-to-side sites. Cable TV is very poor (a few local channels, CNN, discovery, cartoon networks). The wi-fi didn't work, and when we asked another camper, they said it didn't work for them either. We were there for only a short time, but the poor cable TV and basically "lack of internet" would cause us to reconsider another visit IF we were staying longer. Would rate a 10 otherwise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
RV Park is owned by Ramada Inns, and is located behind the motel. Only 6 sites with 50-amp, all the rest have 30 amp service. All pull-thru sites, no shade. Nice indoor pool, cable TV, 15 sites have phone located at site. Restrooms and showers were clean. Highway 89 from Logan to Garden City was 38 miles of very steep and rough road with our 5th wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice little overnight spot. Water hook-up is strange, just a PVC hose out of the ground with a valve and fitting, but it works. Electric heaters and AC cost an extra $3.00 a day. Nice shade and quiet. What more can a traveler ask? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a pleasant surprise. It's just 10 empty trailer spaces at the entrance to a trailer park. The road is paved and the pads are concrete with grass islands and shade trees. Full hook-ups worked fine although it was limited to 30 Amps. Wi-Fi was average speed and reliability. No amenities, but, the location is great. There is a park and a dog park right around the corner. Downtown Logan is about a mile away on quiet back streets. The location is much quieter than Traveland RV out on Hwy 89. We camped here in a Motorhome.