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2 RV Parks near Delta, Utah
Sep 2018 - $32.00
After visiting the Topaz Japanese Internment Camp Museum, in the small town of Delta, Utah, we needed a CG to spend the night, Antelope Valley RV Park, with its full-serviced, moderately priced, and well-spaced sites provided us with a safe and convenient place to stay. The RV park is set on the edge of town, has several dozen sites (about 1/3 are permanent residents), wide interior roads, and a surprising number of shaded and semi-shaded sites. Our back-in site was set on the far outer ring at the rear of the park, was spacious and had a row of tall trees that separated it from adjacent farmland. Free wifi worked ok. The park was about 20% occupied, so we enjoyed a quiet evening visiting our campsite. If available, request a site at the rear of the park, where nearby highway and train noise is minimal. The park has a friendly and informative on-site manager. If traveling through the area. We will definitely stay again. - Kona Boy
Sep 2018 - $36.00
We stayed here for an overnight, as we crossed Utah on Route 50. We were able to get a pull-thru, since we did not want to unhook our towed. Dirt, some concrete and grass. Asphalt roadways. The office staff was very nice and helpful. The wind was whipping, so we just stayed inside the RV and relaxed. All was good, until we went to bed around 11 pm and our neighbor, 2 spaces down (in a park model on space 59) kept coming outside and talking loudly. Our neighbors did this about 3 times throughout the night, they were loud enough to wake us up each time. Not a restful night! They were even louder than the road noise from Route 50. - NYParsels
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We got in late, pull thru was fine, park was pretty empty. Train ran about 60' from us and road was about 50' on the other side. Park host was nice, park was clean, worked for overnight stay. - MnCadventure
Jun 2012 - $15.00
Oak Creek campground is a National Forest Service campground at 9600 feet in a beautiful Aspen forest. It has just a few sites and they are first come, first served. The campground host, is pleasant and helpful and his dog, Sweetie is just that! The sites are small and turn around is difficult for a 29 ft motorhome but it was well worth it. A quiet, pristine camping experience. The pit toilets were exceptionally clean. There is no Wi-Fi and no 3G -- what a great escape from the desert heat! - L. Miller