Stayed as C2C members-no extra charges. We could choose our sites if marked as available on the map. The home members definitely got nicer sites than C2C members. Sites were semi-level, but very narrow--in some cases, not even space to put awning out. Pool was shut down for repairs, but had to ask about it in the office. They seemed to be irritated when asked about it. Grassy areas, but dogs not allowed on them. Clubhouse was clean but outdated and older TV that didn't look like it even worked. No cable, wifi was slow, very few TV channels. Park is fairly large and lots of trees--nice roads to walk dogs. Close enough to the city. It is located along the Morman Heritage trail. We camped at Pleasant Creek in a Motorhome.
Just long enough for my motorhome
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Not Convenient
Tips for other Campers:
Plenty of Morman history in several of the cities along the Heritage trail. Mt. Pleasant has a drive-in theatre that showed current movies, quite nice. Most places of business are closed on Sundays.
Park is 4 miles out of town, some of which is single lane. We were allowed to pick our site. Tried two before we were able to back into a pull through site. Too many trees that have not been trimmed, blocking the site. Entrance to campground very narrow: scraped rig on exit. Would not return. $10 rate reflects AOR. We camped at Pleasant Creek in a Motorhome.
We stopped here because they had RPI rates and was in route to Salt Lake City. Park was not yet fully open, no pool etc., since it was still early in the season and a bit in the mountains. Restrooms clean. Not too much for us to do in area since hiking was limited also due to the snow line. Nice place but we would most likely go on to Provo next time. We camped at Pleasant Creek in a Travel Trailer.