Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $9.00
Rate is AOR, stayed 2 weeks. Nice clean park, hookups are at rear near center of site but that is so you can back in alongside hookups and have room to park toad alongside of you. Electric and water pressure was good. Site I was on was perfectly level with concrete pad to exit onto and a nice shade tree. Free wifi worked good. Small clean laundry room. There are 2 grocery stores within a mile and several gas stations in town. Very pleasant host camper on site checked me in. There are 5 or so pull thru sites alongside of the office for overnighters. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this RV Park in Delta, Utah on our way to Moab. If you are coming from the west on Hwy. 50, be advised there was no sign visible. It was easy to spot beside the highway during the day, but you might miss it at night. Mostly back-in sites, many are smaller, but there are 4 or 5 pull through sites close to the highway that are big enough to keep the toad hooked up. No one in the office at 5:00pm, so self check-in. Overall clean looking park, road noise not bad. There is a train track across the highway, but didn't hear any trains at night time. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $32.00
This is the only game in town. Stayed there on our way to Moab. A few pull thru sites which are right on the highway, but it wasn't a big deal. The water and power seem to be located in an odd place at each site - almost in the middle of the pad where they would be under your unit. It worked fine for one night, but we didn't have much choice. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $1.00
This is certainly an OK park for one or two nights. Some pull thrus with 50Amp. Easy access and maneuvering space. All gravel with concrete patios. Some with large shade trees. A few long termers but tidy sites. Stayed two nights and didn't see any problem with utilities. Yes self registration, but have seen that before. Lady came by in the late afternoon to say welcome and asked if we were OK. AT&T and Verizon both worked well also free WiFi was OK. Price is C2C Premier. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $10.00
Welcome to small town USA. An this RV Park reflects how they are proud of their town. Very clean, nothing fancy. Sites were plenty big, they had pull thru (only a few), mainly back in. We stayed here in hopes the new Museum for Topaz Japanese Internment Camp would be open. But not yet, they hope 2015. Delta is a very pretty and proud small town. The rate we posted reflects a Coast to Coast Membership price. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
This was the second time that we have stayed at this park. Delta is an isolated farming community and the nearest RV park is about 35 to 40 miles away. To the west, nothing for 80 miles. The park is somewhat run down and both times has only been partially full. When we arrived the office was closed but there was an envelope by the door with instructions to go pick your spot and to slip payment through the office door. Sites are adequate and not too close together but the water hookups have weeds and moss growing around them. We came through delta going to Great Basin National Park and returned the same way. On the way out I noticed an RV pulled over by the local police and I was followed out of town by a police car. On our return trip we parked in a large paved lot at the city park near one other RV. While there we had the local police parked across and keeping an eye on us. I have the impression that this is not an RV friendly community. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This was to be our second stay at this park. No staff present or available when we arrived. The one pull through site available for our one night stop was large gravel and okay, but the fresh water spigot was basically knocked off and had green slime around it. Don't bother, not worth any money. This place is going down hill. In fact, we drove back 30 miles to Fillmore to stay for the night. Will not go back. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
Decent park, clean, nice staff, and good space between rigs. It is a good park for a stop over as we were heading to Zion. RPI rate was 10 bucks. There is not much to do in Delta unless you are a ATVer We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $28.00
Only game in town, but a nice enough stop. We just overnighted. A few pull through for overnight and backin with a grassy patch. Right on the highway, but it quiets down at night. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
Great place for an over night. Right on Hgwy 50 but the traffic dwindled to nothing early in the evening. Laundry was clean and functional. Pleasant place with grass between all campsites and a large grassy area in the middle for the grand kids to play. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $28.00
Nice small park with site situated around a large grassy field. Restrooms and showers clean, but no privacy. Bad Wi-Fi. Rather expensive for the available facilities (e.g. no swimming pool), but a good location for a stay-over on Highway 50. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $33.00
We wanted to go to the trilobite quarry, and this was the only RV park in the area. Staff was very helpful. Interior paved road with gravel sites. Some sites shaded, pull-thus have no landscaping and are close together. Entire campground is very level. Water and 50amps worked fine. There was plenty of room for our 40' motorhome, but we stayed late in the season so the campground was only half full. Highway and train noise were not bad at night. We would stay here again. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $10.00
We stayed in Delta two nights. We had chosen this park after reading reviews here and it seems to be the only one in town. One problem we had is that the park has no sign by the highway and our GPS was showing it in a different location.. We had to go into town and turn back. So when you see RVs and trees, turn in on one of the two entrances. Another concern I had looking at the park's website was the 40' RV limit. I called ahead and was told that 42' was no problem. We chose a pull through site that was large enough for any imaginable size RV, we didn't have to unhook our towed vehicle. The pull through sites are close to the highway but for us that was no problem. The train track was far away and we never heard it when the air conditioning ran. The price listed is for RPI member. Unlike many parks in the RPI network, they accepted a credit card for payment. We would stay here again if traveling this way. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
This campground was a happy surprise as we driving our new RV from Minnesota to California. This is super clean park. Laundry room and restrooms clean and I am a clean nut. Nice grass area in the center of campground with nice trees. Very easy sites to pull into. Good Wi-Fi. The owner's father checked us in and was very nice and helpful. The only negative is: no picnic tables. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a satisfactory park on Highway 50, for an overnight stay. The drive-through sites were easy to get into and were level. The hookups were accessible and all worked. The sites are a bit close together, but for a one to two day stay, not enough to be objectionable. There is a nearby railroad, and the trains woke us a couple of time. We camped at Antelope Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.