2 Parks near Fillmore, Utah
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Very clean, quiet and peaceful park. Beautiful surroundings, grass at each site and shade trees throughout park. Our 4 day stay was the refreshment we needed. - RPI member
Sep 2015 - $41.00
We generally don't stay in KOAs mainly because of their rates and their ridiculous policy of charging extra fees for kids. This is one exception to our rule. We've stayed here before and know that it's a well kept, quiet place. Fillmore really has nothing much to offer unless you're an OHV fan, but this is a nice place to stop overnight. - Tech5709
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This is a very nice KOA, with beautiful grass between sites. The hook-ups are well placed and the interior roads are just wide enough. If the sites where cement and the roads asphalt this would be a 9 or 10. We will stay here again. Like most KOA's it is overpriced for its location. But because it is so well kept it is worth the price. Easy access form I15. - sjones
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Very bare bones unattractive park. Confused over high reviews on how "nice" it is. Utilities worked and met our needs for location and inexpensive. Okay for overnights. - IowaGirl
Aug 2015 - $22.00
This was one of the nicest parks we stayed in on our trip from Florida to California and back. Very nice people, long, level sites (80' long, at least), good laundry, Passport rates, close to town, excellent free wifi, and cute little goats next door for your entertainment! We will definitely stay here again! - SusanRon
Jul 2015 - $17.00
We stopped here on our way from South Dakota to northern AZ.
The manager was pleasant and the dirt/gravel, pull through, FHU site was level. The power and water connections were in good working order but the sewer connection was odd to say the least.
Sometime in the past, sites 44 thru 48 were changed from north-south orientation to south-north (headed north.) This made it necessary to use the utility connections that had previously been for the site on the opposite side. While this was no big deal for water & electric, the sewer is now 10 ft away. That, in itself, isn't a big deal but the neighbor's sewer is directly opposite our side door. We had leveled and extended our slides before discovering this so I put a cardboard box over the sewer connection to hide it.
In the future, we'll be sure to ask for one of the sites between 49 thru 55 where the connections are oriented correctly. Also, in hot weather, sites 49 thru 55 are somewhat shaded by a tall, mature tree between site 48 and 49. Some sites have picnic tables and fire rings while others have nothing.
This park could be an 8 if not for this odd quirk. - LM&TinView