We chose this park because of the excellent sale their website made and other reviews on this website. Don't let their website fool you - this is not a "Resort" but it is a fine place to stop overnight with nice staff who were very unorganized in office. Their property does connect to the beautiful Mormon temple but you can only see the 2 spires from the campground. If you climb the hill in the back of the park, you still cannot see the whole temple (warning: mosquitoes are terrible on that hill). The volleyball court is not sand but very fine gravel. The campfire pits are nice to have but don't plan on grilling your food over them; there are no grates. Bathroom/showers were in need of cleaning and had bothersome flies. You can see the road from some of the spots, but we were not bothered by any road noise. Level site. Fields adjoining campground were watered all night long with a constant loud ticking sound like a clock you couldn't turn off. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We went during a peak time. It was during the Manti Pageant and it was quite crowded on the weekend. Sites were well spaced and well taken care of. Clean restrooms and showers. We were in a non shaded space so it got a bit warm but not too bad. Close to town and ATV trails. Staff was very friendly and courteous. Space was level and power was 118 volts. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found the staff to be very friendly. The site is close to the town of Manti, which has a magnificent Temple. Site is located on the historic Heritage Highway 89 in Manti. There is a swimming pool and covered hot tub. The Wi-Fi was not very good. Ideal for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.