Our rate is for a monthly stay. This is a very basic place to park your RV and enjoy the surrounding mountains. There is not a bathroom or laundry facility. This park is gravel. There are some shade trees and little grass under them. There is not any delineation between sites besides the hookup station. The park is quiet and clean. It is easy access from highway 89, but there is not a sign for the park on the highway. The dog area is just across the road to a vacant lot/rodeo grounds. The nearby quiet streets are good for long dog walks. Many of the occupants are full time residents, but all sites are without clutter. The owner is friendly and chatty. The camp host is welcoming and friendly. We would stay here again. WiFi is available from the camp host, but we had difficulties connecting so we used our phones. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is 4 miles out of town, some of which is single lane. We were allowed to pick our site. Tried two before we were able to back into a pull through site. Too many trees that have not been trimmed, blocking the site. Entrance to campground very narrow: scraped rig on exit. Would not return. $10 rate reflects AOR. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here because they had RPI rates and was in route to Salt Lake City. Park was not yet fully open, no pool etc., since it was still early in the season and a bit in the mountains. Restrooms clean. Not too much for us to do in area since hiking was limited also due to the snow line. Nice place but we would most likely go on to Provo next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.