Friendly staff. Park is maintained, but they do have sign posts that are on corners - could be difficult for turning. They like picket fences, as well. Sites are ok for big rigs. Water/electric good. Wifi available and ok. Entrance to park sharp. Road twists and turns. There are large trees on this access road that need to be trimmed. You have to drive on both sides of entry to avoid branches. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in/out, everything clean, nice people in office. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Good laundry and good price. Could not give a better rating because the sites are side-by-side and too close. I couldn't even open the door on the side of my rig all the way or it would have hit the rig next to us. Plus, there were open sites all over the place and they put 2 big rigs side-by-side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was great for our overnight stay. The staff were friendly and helpful. The showers were very clean and although the park is right by the Interstate, we did not hear highway noise. We had a pull thru site on gravel which worked for us. Would consider returning in future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is very close to I-84 with easy freeway access. It is a very large park with paved roads and a fair number of long term residents. Some of the mobile homes are pretty run down, but they are in a separate area from the transient sites. The sites were good-sized and not too noisy, even though the freeway is fairly close. Utilities were fine, but we did not use the cable TV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off the Interstate for easy on/off. We had stayed here before and the hosts were able to look us up in their database and personalized our visit, even knew that we had a cocker spaniel. We use this campground for overnight only while we are traveling and find it clean, comfortable and friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We came in early in the day and were just about convinced this was not a bad park. It is right off of the freeway, but there is a sound barrier, so the traffic noise isn't bad. The showers are tiled and private and nice, as is the laundry with nice new machines. The park is nothing special. I was going to rate it a 7 or 8, but then we got neighbors. The rig next to us is literally so close I can reach out of our window and touch their rig. I mean, this is ridiculous. And the park is not full, so they could space people apart better. We have never had a rig so close next to us before. Awful. The only reason I gave it a 5 is because the amenities and staff are nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are level and spacious. The pool is the cleanest I have seen. The hosts are friendly but could be more cheerful. We have been here a total of 4 times and will return. The cable has only 24 channels and I missed Fox News. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place for a quick overnight. Located right off I-15 and just opposite from a Flyin' J. Even though it's right up against the 15, the lower elevation coupled with the sound walls made the road noise just about completely non-existent. Nice grassy areas and nice pool complex. Permanent trailers on the distant end of the complex didn't bother us, although I couldn't use the shower because a transient was loitering around trying to use the facilities. Staff member that checked us in was, although nice, utterly clueless (we had to show her how to use the credit card machine). This is not a resort by any stretch, but I absolutely would stay here again for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff, clean but older showers and restrooms. The sites were level but as others have mentioned tight. You were very close to your neighbor. Harder than usual to find the entrance. It was quite however. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a semi-residential park with a section for travelers. Paved access lanes, reasonably spacious level gravel/dirt sites set up on a "buddy system" with utilities between two sites. Well-kept grass and trees with some shade. Right next to a major highway but has an effective sound wall. Staff is pleasant, but not outstanding. I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate with Good Sam discount, one night. Pros: 1) Nice pool, albeit mobile home residents compete for swim time. 2) Small snack store inside 3) Picnic tables at every spot 4) Grassy areas 5) Some shade 6) Wi-Fi strong. Cons: 1) Not a big rig park by my estimation 2) Assigned a pull through in 32 ft fiver, had to back out in the morning, simply boxed in by neighbor and transformer on each side. Promised site behind me would remain unoccupied so I could back out, 2 hours later, occupied 3) Arrived 11 AM, got assigned no shade spot on a 90 degree day when shaded sites still available 4) Parked me side by side with another unit, when next 7 spots open 5) Neighbor parked opposing me, so we each opened up into each other’s site. 6) Short site, so 25 cable line couldn’t reach. 7) Bathrooms at 9 PM, floors dirty, shower curtain down—9 AM, unchanged. Planned on 2 nights, left after 1. Will not return, common sense and communication escaped them. Frankly, not a lot of options in Ogden. Info: Campground on Google maps and our Magellan showed east side of I-84, it is on west side. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed one night because we were in a hurry to get to our daughter's college graduation in Illinois. We stayed in a large pull through site with shade. The gravel sites are cheaper. The pool and grounds are very nice. The bathrooms and laundry room are exceptionally clean. The staff is courteous. Our only complaint is that the entrance to the park is unsightly, very industrial looking and you are close to the freeway. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park. Most of the sites are level gravel, with a few concrete sites for only a dollar per night more. We stayed in a gravel one. Room for our 35' RV and car. They have "buddy" sites, so on one side you are very close to your neighbor, but on the other side there is a very nice plot of grass with a picnic table for each site. Very nice pool and great, clean bathrooms and showers. Easy on and off from the freeway, but very good sound wall to keep the noise down. Very friendly and helpful office staff. We were planning on staying a week, but extended by four days. Thirty five minute drive to Salt Lake City. We were here two years ago and stayed here this year because of our great experience last time. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a nice surprise, especially after viewing the industrial area surrounding the entrance. Once into the park it feels very private and quiet. The sites are large granite, but it required very little leveling. The staff we have encountered has been very pleasant and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$34 plus tax + $38 -- No longer part of CampClub USA despite being listed as such at CCUSA. Nice and clean. Site is gravel; interior roads are asphalt. Unappealing entry from the interstate opens into a really clean, well-kept campground. Site was fairly level, hookups work well. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price includes Good Sam discount. Average park for us. Very friendly check-in staff. Stayed one night on our way to Yellowstone. Site was rock and not real level. Site next to us was grass but it was for a tent site. No one was there, but if they were, they would have been very close neighbors. Park is situated in the middle of a very industrial area close to the freeway. The exit has a Flying J at it so that was a plus. A little tight getting out of our site with a 40' MH and a tow. We were in site #55. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd visit to this park, two years apart and both times as a stopping over point on our way to vacation in Yellowstone. Both times I have been utterly impressed with the efficiency in service, friendliness at check-in and from residents, cleanliness of the grounds, amenities and price. For $38, including tax, you get full hook-ups in addition to cable and Wi-Fi. Better than a hotel Let's not forget that the park is quiet despite being next to the freeway. Despite having a pool and not being too far from Ogden, I don't know if this would be a destination spot for an extended stay, but it's fantastic for a quick stop over! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Really nice campground; well kept with lots of shade trees but decently large sites. It is right next to the freeway, but there is a very effective sound wall, and it is very convenient to Ogden. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Shady spots not available for long term stays. Staff not friendly after check in. Never saw staff come around park (like at other parks we've stayed at) to check on property and visitors. Office was closed during "business hours" many times during our stay. Park has automatic sprinkler system that sprays on the trailer and cars. I was unable to leave my trailer while they were on unless I wanted to get soaked. You seemed like more of a bother to the staff when you had a problem or complaint. Staff even used foul language towards me while I was in the office with my children. We will not stay at this site again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'll make this short - spaces are tight, and your front door faces your neighbor's front door. Virtually no privacy outside. Fortunately this was a quick stop-over for us. We didn't use any facilities. The only positive thing we saw was the friendliness of the person who checked us in. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Typical park. Lots of spaces side by side. Not a lot of room for an F350 tow vehicle but ok. Office staff is very friendly and helpful. Good pull throughs. Close to freeway but quiet with a wall between the park and road. I would stay here again. I used my satellite dish for TV but on check-in I was offered a cable box to get more channels. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Greatly disappointed in this park rated "9" by TL Directory. Park has potential, but management may have taken its eye off the ball. Sewer smell lingered near our site throughout our stay and at midnight a noticeable gas odor filled our trailer from the outside, waking both of us. It drifted away with a breeze, but the smell was scary. "Major" cable TV service was strange. Several Spanish channels, two Fox outlets, but no CNN. Hookups worked okay but connections were below what we have seen at other parks on this trip. We were overnight guests, so the other activities (pool, showers, etc.) might be better, but we merely noted what we used. Bottom line: we are at a loss to understand the TL Directory rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice RV park with typical layout & hook-ups with no issues other than overly aggressive grass watering that made our entry a bit muddy both days. The permanent residents are in separate areas from the traveling RVers, but even their areas are in neat shape. Warning: Google maps is wrong is showing the park to the east of I-15, the park is to the west on W21st Street, then the first left after the access road intersection. At first it looks like you're turning into a freight shipping yard but follow the signs around to the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park with mature trees, very clean restrooms, and a nice pool. Only problem we encountered was issues with office staff. An issue arose over an overpayment and while trying to resolve it, they became beligerent and rude. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, neat and well maintained park. They separate the full timers and RVs very well. Convenient, in town location. I would have given a 10, but our Passport did not work here. They do honor CampClubUSA though. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is located next to I-15, close to an airstrip as well as an active railroad. It is dated. The park is predominately park models and permanent residents. Navigating the park is tight. An occasional large tree canopy can be problematic. Sites are not level and are grass or gravel. We probably would have left and tried a local KOA if not for the late hour and beginning of the rush hour traffic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Some permanent residents but very nicely maintained. First site they gave us was too tight, so they moved us to a larger one. Sites are not angled so some can be a little difficult to get in if you have a long rig. Long and level sites. Good hookups. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't even think about using GPS to get here. We used our and ended up on a dead end street had to unhook jeep to turn around. Residents on street said it happens all the time. When we finally got to campground they said 'oh ya GPS doesn't work to get here'. Should definitely be put in their ads. Level sites - very clean nice place. Convenient to Costco, Antelope Island/Great Salt Lake, and other shopping. Nice pool. Cable selection is minimal - get CNBC, but not CNN. Thought that was strange. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was ok for one night. The sites are very close together and it is easy to trip on the sewer connection because there is very little room to walk when rigs are parked back to back. The staff however is very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Other reviews are very fair and accurate for this park. One might expect the freeway noise to be a problem, but it was not for the wife and me. I was impressed with the speed of the Wi-Fi and that the pool and hot tub was still open at this late date. The office said it would be open for “a couple of weeks”. I can understand how GPS might not be accurate for this location. It may be that Century Lane is not a public street but a private road. We were heading north on I-15 and got off at exit 343 and headed west on 2100 Street South per directions in our guide. Century Lane came up before I expected: well before the traffic light further west but in sight. So you turn left or south across 2 lanes of traffic, expecting to head south but as you cross the side walk you are facing a closed and locked gate that has a sign on it with Century Parks name. Even in my 29-footer I was wondering if my RV’s rear end was clearing the street. My wife noticed a sign to the left that indicate one was to turn more left and then right to get to the park. In short, you are almost making a U turn across 2100 south to get to the park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As said before: this is an OK park for a short stay but I wouldn't want to be here for long. It appears the short-term-stay sites are all near the office (it's a pretty big park but appears to be mostly long-term occupants)and noisy. The freeway noise isn't too bad and can usually be ignored, but the radio from the office all day is annoying (we asked them to turn it off one evening and they did, but we didn't think we should have to ask every day). There's also a lot of traffic in and out, people moving around: just a lot of activity. But the sites are pretty level; ours wasn't quite long enough for us to park our truck, but there were parking spaces nearby. The water pressure is great. We only used the Wi-Fi a little bit and it was OK but not outstanding; we didn't use the cable TV. It's convenient to the highway; our GPS took us to the completely wrong place, so use the Trailer Life directions if you can: they are accurate, although the street names are a bit confusing. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a destination resort but OK for an overnight stay. Site was plenty large enough and level (site No. 12). Don't stay here if you don't like freeway noise! Had to ask the office to turn off an outside speaker which was blaring out loud music from a local radio station, which they did. Otherwise, staff very helpful. Cable TV OK and wifi OK but then 'locked out' at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We pulled off the interstate, saw the park, and thought, "uh oh, this is going to be bad and loud." Turns out: it was both quite good and noise wasn't an issue at all. As mentioned previously, they do have a large wall and the property is set below the freeway: so I can sit here with my windows open and literally not hear the freeway. Kind of amazing, really. We hit the pool and jacuzzi and will move along tomorrow. Doubt you would want to vacation here for a long time, but it's more than adequate for the pass through or a few nights. We had no problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Others have said the road noise was very noticeable, but we did not find it to be a problem.I suppose it might depend on where you are in the park and the type of RV you have. The staff was very pleasant to deal with in making our reservation and in person when checking in. Easy off the freeway access with good signage. We will make it a point to return here should we be back in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff, great heated pool. Had a site next to the pool and they had the radio going all night. I had a nice site with grass. Really only a stop over kind of place. Right off the freeway but not that much noise. They do have full time residents. One trash can in the front. They have a dog walk (dirt). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice RV park,very clean, the staff was friendly and helpful. The pool and spa were well maintained. The RV sites were level but a little close to each other. Was a little worried about the freeway noise, but the large sound wall the state put up the noise was hardly noticeable. The park's location makes it very convenient to visit all the local lakes and mountains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I will never stay at this park again. First off, they told me the Freeway noise is "not a problem". I beg to differ, this park is RIGHT NEXT to Interstate 15, and the "wall" they mention, dose next to next to nothing to block out the traffic or the trains they negelected to mention. I had to unhook my car to get out in the morning, these spots should not be classified as "pull through". (And I have been driving Semi's and RV's for 25+ years, if anybody can pull through, I can!) Then, the water pipes on the grass areas are broken, sprinkler mud puddles all over, bugs, bugs, and more bugs. One trash can all the way in the front of the park, (long walk from the overnighter spots, which are right next to the freeway).Oh ya, the internet is so slow I had to wait a day to get to my next location just to write this review. Wal Mart blows this place away! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground staff was friendly but unable to provide accurate information about the area, especially attractions in Salt Lake City. Site was quiet, did not hear highway noise. Our pull-through site long but narrow. Another rig setup beside ours while we were away and their slide was all but touching our window awning. There were a lot of long term sites and back-ins with much wider spaces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice staff. Owner had a customer appreciation cookout while we were there with free food. Heated pool and hot tub were excellent and very clean. Only fault would be side by side sites not originally designed for today's slideouts so things are tight and you can't walk between two coaches with slideouts out and the slideouts could even touch in the right situation. Big rigs 40' and over will have a tight squeeze getting in and out of many sites and should check out beforehand. This alone would have pulled my rating down to a 6 or 7 but everything else was so good we rated a 9. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are not very well maintained, with areas of puddles or mud in places. There are obviously many long term residents in this park. The highway noise is non-existent considering how close you are. Wi-Fi was so so. Satellite - good. Definitely not a park that I would rush back to, but just ok if you're visiting the Ogden area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
what a dump. would not ever return here. sites close together. lots of old trailers. host didn't know what she was doing put us in a site that was ocupied by a worker in the park..she didn't know that? we were happy to leave and will not return We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a large RV/mobile home facility directly adjacent to I-15, though separated by a tall sound wall. Sites are very tight and there are a lot of full timers including many old rigs. Wifi worked OK, but at peak times the signal diminished significantly. Trees scattered around the site make it more park-like, and there is a pool which we don't take advantage of. We just stay here for overnights when passing through when we want hook-ups and wifi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. The sites are a little tight but other than that I saw no problems with it. It's right on the interstate, but there was no noise from our site. Internet is central only, but it's free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All of the amenities this park offers on one hand is great, but on the other hand the noise from the cement/gravel yard next store was extremely annoying!! We arrived on a Sat. and the yard on the other end of the park was making quite a racket. We thought, oh well, It will probably be quiet on Sun. Wrong!! Noisy as can be. It's a shame that they don't build a wall along there like they did to contain the interstate noise. Water pressure, electricty was great. Cellphone, Aircard (Verizon) was very good along with good satellite signal from our site. Enjoyed having nice green grass outside the door. Evenings were very quiet! Close to Costco, Sam's Club, Walmart and just about any other chain store you can think of. Had Pizza delivered by Pizza Runner and it was very good! We would probably stay here again since it's the closest park to Charlie's RV Service in Sunset, UT. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park and I will come back here. The location right along the freeway is convenient, but not a problem as a high decorative fence eliminates all noise and sight of traffic. About a mile and a half to downtown Provo with a great train museum and good restaurants. Helpful staff at counter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very easy to find; I-15 exit 343 and it is on the west side of I-15. Wi-Fi is mostly poor, acceptable mid-day, very slow both in mornings and later in day. Only drawback is the side by side hookups, we had a new neighbor every night. This is actually a good location for visiting SLC, the train station is a short 5 minute drive. We took the Frontrunner (commuter train) into SLC; $10 round trip and a nice 1 hour ride. Very modern and clean. Once in SLC you can just hop on the TRAX (trolley or light rail system). It is now free in the downtown area. SLC has a very modern and friendly mass transit system. There really are not many RV park options in the greater SLC area for people with large rigs. For us it was either here or in Provo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK park as many have said. Old, but well groomed landscape. WiFi was OK, but got slow at high traffic times. Lots of permanent residents, but I walked the whole park and none really trashed out. Good overnight stay. Good water pressure and good electric. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice campground if you can find it. Because of the freeway construction, it is quite confusing. They also changed the exit numbers. The exit should be #323, our GPS took us off the freeway at #326. We couldn't find the place and decided to get back on the freeway and head south toward SLC when we spotted the sign right next to the freeway. Spacious grounds and well-kept. Nice pet walk area. Some long term residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has many shaded sites, although big-rig fully open ones are also present. It is well-kept, with free 77-channel cable TV at each site. We paid the Good Sam rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Found the park to be VERY quiet till the highway construction workers started working at 7AM. Highway noise was negligible and my RV site was alongside the southbound On-ramp to I-15. Others have rated this park and I almost didn't stay because people complained of highway noise. I have excellent hearing (not deaf). Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is run down from a couple years ago, grass needs mowing, large treeshave died. And, the WiFi is $4/hour, $8/day, $30/month. Yet it is very slow downloading, slower than dial-up. This park is not very nice anymore, we used to like it... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the Passport America rate for one night. The office staff was knowledgeable and gave us a nice map and print out of places we might like visit and shop at. This is a mobile home park with places for sale but it is clean and well maintained. It is very quiet and that is a plus. The sites are large, all back in, but there is cement so leveling is easy. I would stay here again and will recommend it to others. We did not use the restrooms or laundry so I cannot rate them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Thankfully we had Passport to lower our nightly rate to $12+tax, as this was an extremely old park. It appears to be mostly a mobile home park with sites for RV's included way, way in the back. We were not thrilled with the speed bumps every 100' or so. If there shade sites available we did not see them. The sites were run down, and the pad that was there wasn't in the area of our rig as we were directed where to park on the site. We would most likely have been happier parking at Wal-Mart, and that would have been free. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The managers are very nice people. We had lots of yard room around our trailer. The cost is also very good. This is a mobile home park with a good number of long term campers as well as overnight spots. It is a safe neighborhood and lots of kids for ours to play with. If you want a nice place to park that is safe with nice neighbors, then this is defiantly worth a stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Passport America rate of $13.50 nightly combined with a safe environment, extra large lots and hosts that go above and beyond makes this RV friendly mobile home park a good decent place to stop along the way elsewhere. They have a nice swimming pool and are conveniently located to plenty of shops and dining options. They also like their speed bumps (my only complaint). Only reason I rated it a 7 is it is not a destination park rather a good rest stop for one or two nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PPA Rate, Manager is very nice. The Park is an old mobile home community with dozens of sites open for RV's overnight or long term. Part of the park is pretty run down. As long as residents take time to water their lawns its okay, but the open sites are apparently not watered so there is no grass there. The open spaces are easily accessible and have old concrete pads, runners, and parking spots. The laundry (free) and restrooms and showers are in a mobile home near the office and kept clean and neat. The pool is open for "adults only" twice a day and is clean. Services and shopping are fairly close and access to I-15 easy. There was no traffic noise, just the occasional boom-box coming into the park late at night. The park is okay for overnight or the short term "passing through." We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a mobile home park which has made dozens of sites available for RVs, whether long-term or overnight. The negatives of the park were, no grass, absence of cable TV (except for long-term stays, at own expense) and spotty Wi-Fi. On the positive side, the park was quiet, live-on-site manager was extremely helpful, and the large clean pool has two "adults only" swimming hours each day. Contrary to the 2011 review, our site rate included 50 amp service, non-metered. For the Passport America price (reflected above) it was worth it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is fine for an overnight stop or for a couple of days rest off the road. Near lots of restaurants and shopping, easy on and off the interstate. The restroom and shower facility was clean but the air conditioning was not functioning and thus extremely hot in the afternoon. Friendly hosts at the CG. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a mobile home park with hook-ups for RVs scattered around the property. The manager was quite friendly and staff helpful. We stayed here one night passing through the area. The quoted rate is Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Since site was previously a mobile home site, we had plenty of room. Close to freeway but quiet. Nightly rate doesn't include electricity which is meter read upon leaving. There is a Passport rate for 2 nights. We stayed for a week. Estates needs some maintenance, i.e. cracked cement, weeds, dead grass. We were given a trash can to use for ourselves. Personnel were friendly and helpful. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.