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4 RV Parks near Beaver, Utah
Aug 2017 - $14.00
We really enjoyed our stay here, in fact we were originally only going to do an overnight but opted to stay a second day. The owner greeted us, personally walked us over to our site, and then took us out to his private storage area to show us his vintage car, a 1961 Studebaker!
As others have said, this is a VERY rustic park, but that is by design. The owners have worked very hard to make it look like an old western mining town. There are only five available sites for travelers and the rest are full timers, but even those had implemented the rustic look to their yards and storage areas. The showers were hot with good water pressure, which was a welcome change from the State Park we had just come from. We had good cell coverage with Verizon but note, there is no wifi and there is no cable or over the air TV which did not bother us. Site 1 is a little tighter than 2-5. We were not able to open our awning, but could have probably remedied that by adjusting the position of our tow vehicle.
We will definitely stay over again if traveling through. - Thirtygoodyears
Aug 2017 - $46.00
Yes it is rustic but so nice office staff is super friendly they have a lot of amenities for kids pool disc golf etc we just stayed 1 night driving through but we would stay here again Good dog areas - voigner
Jul 2017 - $27.00
This small park was good for an overnight stay on our way through Utah. Most of the guests stay for the whole summer season. There are only a few overnight spaces available. Our pull-through site allowed us to stay hooked up. - Tinas
Jul 2018 - $42.00
The park is very nice, the front desk was very helpful and there are a lot of large trees throughout the park. We had site #2, which was semi level gravel. Everything worked very well , except that there was no satellite signal due to the trees. My only complaint is that the park is very dusty.. we will return.. - ctjt1234
Jun 2018 - $40.00
This may well have been the nicest KOA we have visited. Very friendly staff who worked continually on the campground. Clean, nice layout. Can't recall whether there was a picnic table or fire ring as we did not use those. We did not use the pool, but it also was well-kept and slightly larger than most KOA pools. Would happily stay there again. - Milo&Millie
Jun 2018 - $46.00
Great KOA off I15, staff friendly and helpful, large pull through site for our rig and tow did not have to unhook. We always stay at this KOA when were in the area. - Lets hit the open road
Jun 2013 - $35.00
Manager attitude not good. Site reserved not available. Blown down tree branches in roads. Trash overflowing. Wifi not good. Grass dead. - nanascar
Jun 2013 - $33.00
Signs to park hard to find. Pulled in on Sunday afternoon and the office was closed with a sign to pick our own spot and no other information. If there was Wi-Fi available, we weren't aware. Also, no visible restrooms, showers, or even garbage cans. Nearly all sites were occupied by monthly renters. Generally neat, quiet park, but so poorly run. We wouldn't stay again. - 2whites
Oct 2012 - $33.00
This is the second time we have used this park for an overnight stay. No snow this time so no puddles to wade through to get hooked up. We were given a site he says he keeps for the big rigs as we are 42 feet and towing. The site, however, had only 30 amp power although the park advertises that they have 50 amp. It's close to the highway but doesn't have highway noise. The Wi-Fi works much better this time than it did on the last visit a couple years ago. We didn't use the restrooms. Was hoping to buy some food supplies in the store but there wasn't anything to buy except bottled water. They might not stock up during the cold months. The park is adequate and conveniently located. We'd stay here again. - peppermint123
Oct 2014 - $0.00
This is a hard review to write, as the purpose of this park is not to be a typical RV park. There are no RV parks in Milford or within 20 miles. There is dispersed boondocking in the area. Approximately 6 sites are available, and the park is meant for overnight or short-term stays. There are two water spigots at the park but it doesn't look like they are intended to be hooked up to permanently -- more for filling your fresh water tank. No power. There is a sewer dump about 100 ft to the north. The park has no hookups or on-site services. A donation is requested when staying -- look for the donation Box. The RV park is next to the rodeo grounds and high school, which has a nice children's playground and park visible from the RV park. There are bathrooms at the playground (probably seasonal). The park is located at 500 North 300 West, Milford, Utah. The town has signs for campers directing you to the park. However, the signs on Center Street direct you down a terrible road for RVs (many gouge marks in the road as trailers have tried to go through the dips on the hilly road). Rather than use that road, go to Main Street and then go up to 600 North and turn West (500 North could be used too; it has one dip but was fine to traverse). Google Maps earth view can show you the area and park. Just up the road on Center street is Penny's Diner attached to the Oak Tree Inn. It is open 24 hours and has good food. The small grocery store in town is visible from the park (Main street and 500 N). The park could use some attention (weeds) and I think if they were getting some donations through stays that they could help it out. If you think of it as boondocking in this small town, it meets a real need. We enjoyed our 2-night stay. There was only one other person in the campground. Even though there are small trees, it wasn't clear where the individual sites were supposed to be, so we parked oriented North/South as the wind blows that direction in the valley (they have windmill power plants outside of town). - kohai