1 Park near North Salt Lake, Utah
Sep 2015 - $50.00
We've stayed at this park 6-8 times and have always been pleased with everything. This year however, we called to book and were told that we would have to pay more, because of something they called "dynamic pricing". As it was explained, that if they had limited space they would dynamically change the prices on the spaces left. I was told had we booked earlier we might have paid $42 and then 10% discount, but our rate due to "dynamic pricing" would be $50 which supposedly included the 10% discount. So during busy times, beware you can be dynamically paying more.?? They indicated that hotels do this all the time, so now they are adding this to their procedures. You CAN say that you paid more this year and the park staff told you that this was because they vary the price depending on how full they are. If you look at other reviews which I did, it does appear that we paid more than others who wrote reviews for the same time period.
There's not much need to get a pull-through. The sewer is at the very back of the site, the electric, and water at the front of the site. So unless you've got lots of connections to put out, it's not possible to stay hooked up. - Cheryl Kroll
Sep 2015 - $41.00
This is a well groomed & nice park with a few caveats. You choose the length (& cost) of your site when you make a reservation. Sites range from about 30' to 70' long. We had a premium pull thru that was about 60' long. All sites are level concrete and all interior roads are paved & wide enough for easy in/out. The more expensive, longer sites include a parking pad for your car. There's about 10-12' of grass separating RVs so you're pretty close together. Grass throughout the park was manicured & green. Hookups worked fine although the sewer is at one end of your very long site so park close to it or bring extensions. Cable TV worked well. Free Wifi is Tengonet and it curtails your bandwidth based on even minimal usage. There's no shade as trees in the park are young, but that's good for satellite. Both ATT & Verizon had adequate signals (2-3 bars). I'd agree with a previous reviewer that the staff doesn't care much about patrons. When I checked in, they had signs posted saying power would be out the next day for maintenance. I stayed at the RV that day waiting for power to go out (turn things off, etc). Well, the work was postponed & the staff didn't change the signs or bother to tell anyone about the change. That's pretty inconsiderate. Road noise is pretty constant from the freeway next door. As this is an industrial side of town, you have to drive a few miles to restaurants & stores. - Danno
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This would be a perfect overnight park if the front desk staff were well trained. But they are bored and inattentive, both on the phone and in person. The park itself is very clean and well designed. The sites are long and wide and easily fit our 42 foot class A with attached car. Easy to get in and out of the campground. Some highway and airport noise. This would also be a good park to stay in if you were interested in touring Salt Lake City. There is a Flying J at the exit for the campground off I-215. - Snuggery