2 Parks near Delta, Utah
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Stayed as C2C members - no extra charges. Camp hosts were attentive and very nice. We stayed for 7 nights. This is a pretty basic campground. The sites were nice and level and had a sort of concrete driveway, with a little patch of grass and then a gravel spot for the picnic table. Some of the sites circled around a large grassy area that was nice and green. The hookups, though, were in the middle of the spot, so you couldn't really take advantage of the whole site. There was no camp store, no lounge, no pool, no activities. Just a place to park your rig. It is just outside of Delta, UT. Nice little city, but not much for restaurants or shopping. Campground is right on the highway and in a very agricultural area, so lots of wind and dust. If you are a rockhound, this is a good place to be, otherwise, there is not much to do in the immediate area. Would stay overnight if needed. - JS Dobson
Apr 2016 - $32.00
As previously stated, wind was blowing from the south at 14mph. But there was a storm passing thru from the south. We were in a pull thru spot that to me is weird. You pull in and if you are long enough, your front wheels will be on concrete and your back on gravel. Park very clean with almost no one in it during our stay. Don't know how it is in the summer.
Has free WiFi but very slow. Ended up using our smart phone for faster service. But, hey, free, right?
Would stay here again when passing thru. - Bluebird Bob
Apr 2016 - $10.00
The wind seems to blow constantly. We set up on the south perimeter of the CG, backed into the site, utilities are in the middle of the gravel, well marked with PVC "shields" plenty of room to park so they are positioned near the center and next to the rig. With slides open the utilities are beneath the slide on the left side and that isn't a problem. Concrete pad for parking the toad or tow vehicle, plenty of room for relaxing, grassy spot and another gravel. South perimeter sites back up to the alfalfa fields, open view to the south, and gives you a good angle against the prevailing winds, usually N or NW. Laundry was clean and $1 wash & dry. Off season so office was unattended but staff does check-in. CG is neat and clean. Two grocery stores in town, folks are friendly. We saw one (1) Delta Police Officer, on patrol, one time during the week, on UT-50. There is a lot of turn-over during the week but the CG is never anywhere near full. UP freight trains north and south during the day but not noisy. Interior roads are hard surface and some gravel. This CG is quiet and restful, we enjoyed our stay here and will return. - SilverBear
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