Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $20.00
45 South State Street 84739, just a few blocks off I-70 at exit 25. 435-527-4758. Small park behind a country store. The owner was friendly and invited us to come to the store in the morning for a freshly cooked breakfast at a very reasonable price. This park was great for an overnight when we were traveling west from Colorado to Nevada. Joseph is in the desert, but we had a nice shade tree and a good picnic table at our FHU pull through site. We chose one of the longer sites toward the back of the park; there were several shorter sites closer to the store as well. We did not use the restrooms or showers. No WiFi or cable included but several channels available using the antenna. We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $22.00
No frills campground but right on the Candy Mt Expressway bikepath. Pleasant and knowledgeable reception area which also served as a mini store, restaurant (very basic) and cashier for the single gas pump outside. Gravel drives and sites, mostly level. Power for our 30a unit was 117 - 119v; water pressure adequate but not overwhelming; possibly new site dump lines as all appeared spanking clean. Verizon service worked well. Did not use or explore laundry or rest rooms. ATV-ing is popular in this area as there are some well know trails close by and many campgrounds advertise this so be wary of the time of year you chose to stay if you don't want them buzzing through camp (no such issues here!). Would stay here again but may look for a place in Richfield just up the road for more services if returning soon. We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Candy Mt bike path goes south 10 mi to the Big Rock Candy Mt resort, and 10 mi north to the community of Richfield.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $20.00
High rating due to price. All 50amp pull thru sites. Owner told us to pick a site and let her know which one. No cable or wifi, but for the price this is an excellent park. Nice views. Nice little camp store, dvd rentals. We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $14.00
Clean, not crowded, RV park. Friendly owners, very helpful. Love the country/rural setting. Ended up staying two months. Only 15 miles south of Richfield where you can eat at cozy cafes and shop. The rate is based on the monthly rate. We will definitely come here again! We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This used to be an RV park; now it is a trailer park catering to permanents. Junk around old trailers. Firepits being filled with trash that blows around when the wind comes up. Laundry is dirty and is open to the public. Beginning about 4:30am the young workers start leaving in their loud obnoxious trucks. We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Small park with friendly people. No grass but there is a city park a couple of blocks away with a nice grass area. There is some shade but the sites are very short in this area. There is a very large area in the back part of the park that can accommodate the largest of rigs. Nice (a bit dusty) for an overnight but met folks that came for a night and stayed much longer. I've seen from other sources that there is a restaurant but this is a snack bar type area in the store/gas station. We camped at Flying U Country Store and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.