2 Parks near Brigham City, Utah
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Way over priced for the condition of the park, how close you are to the next RV, etc. When we arrived my wife went in to check-in at the front desk. My wife said the lady behind the counter wasn't overly friendly and didn't have anyone take us to our assigned campsite. The camp site wasn't level and one of the workers left their sweatshirt on the electrical post. The site had full hookups but the cap over the sewer pipe was broken/split. The park just looked like it was one where the owners wanted to get your money and do the least amount of maintenance possible to get by. The bathhouse had spider webs on the windows and the facilities needed a good update. This is a KOA which is at the bottom of the standards to retain it's status of a KOA. We will not be going back to this park anytime soon and most likely will look for other parks in the area if we revisit the area. - LabDad2
Aug 2015 - $49.00
1 night stay 6/19/2015 in 30ft travel trailer. The site (41) was a pull thru but with site 42 directly behind, so you have to pull thru 42 to get to 41, which means site 42 has to back in. Cramped. Just passing thru, didn't plan on unhitching but had to unhitch because site was too un-level. - regval
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Pull-through sites are narrow, and some have a concrete curb added, which is useless and breaking up since many people run over it. Not well kept, and some sites are close to corralled horses, which give you the added aroma factor. Our site was open to a public road, no fence or barrier into the park. I also could not fully extend my cargo doors because of a concrete wall put in to manage the slope. It is an old an tired park. - hawkandmegan
Mar 2016 - $32.00
We just camped for the one night.
This park was very spacious. The site was long (72 ft.) and level. There is plenty of width for slides. Power and water pressure were good. The wifi was excellent.
The check in lady was very friendly and accommodating.
As for noise, we never noticed any noise; be it trains or trucker "jake" brakes. And believe me I am a light sleeper.
We would definitely stay there again. - cooter5
Dec 2015 - $30.00
It is a nice little park. Nice sites, all pull-through, fairly level, gravel or cement. With our 36' 5th wheel, had no issues pulling in, staying hitched, in the north row. Older park, but clean and well kept. Good Wi-Fi. The staff, very friendly and helpful (to a degree).
Here's where we had trouble. I had called to ask about highway and train noise. I asked again, of another employee, before checking in. Well, I guess they are just used to it. If you are sensitive to noise at all, I don't recommend this park. I believe there must be a competition to see whose truck can have the loudest pipes or what engineer can blow his whistle the most. I liked the park, just not the noise. - Susan - Richard Nelson
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Nice park right off Hwy 84 but far enough off to be quiet. Pull through sites on gravel but the driveways are all pavement. All hookups were available which can be a challenge this time of the year. Some parks shut their water off. Food and fuel close by. Would stay here again. - KellyLynnHoff