13 Parks near Ogden, Utah
Jul 2016 - $20.00
The park is easy on easy off I-15. Wifi in club house. The spot was grass with a cement runway. Electric and water a reach, but my hook up was long enough. Did not connect the sewer. The managers were super friendly and guided me to our site.
It appears to be a mobile home site and attempting to bring in RVs.
The road is wide. No table or fire ring but we are traveling and would not use it anyway. I would come back here when traveling. - rvenneman
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Easy on, easy off I-84. This is an older park, probably a mobile home park originally, but working to improve itself to attract the transient RV-er. An inordinate amount of speed bumps assure the guest of keeping th 10mph posted limit. Hooking up to the electricity was a bit awkward, as the plug-in connection was virtually at ground level. Sites are concrete slabs/paver aligned to the tires, with gravel and grass the rest of the way around. Technically, the site was a back-in, but if no rig was parked behind the space, it could driven into as a pull-through. The office tried to make that possibility available as much as possible. WiFi is available, but limited to an area close to the office. (We were not). The office personnel are friendly and very helpful, and the clubhouse area is a very clean and a pleasant environment. - SeenAll50
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This park is clean and managed. It is quiet and easy to find. The roads are wide and easy to maneuver a big rig. Verizon and Dish Network worked well. This is a good place for an overnight stay. - rolling homeless
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Nice place, near the highway, nice pool, plenty of grass. Helpful staff. - juustright
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We usually stay at Golden Spike in Brigham City, but they were full and recommended this park since we were heading south. We called ahead and were able to arrive during the middle of the day. Check in was courteous and straight forward, directions to our site explained. Here is the only negative as far as we were concerned - as others have said, sites are close together, some more than others, plus they are arranged facing each other with a shared patio area. Fine if nobody is assigned to that site, but for us a young family arrived about an hour later with a couple of dogs (kids and dogs well behaved) just lack of privacy for all of us. There is some freeway noise but inside the RV not bad, especially with A/C running. All in all not a bad park, very clean and long term spots kept up to standard. Would probably consider staying there again, but would be more specific about request of site. - housecar
Jul 2016 - $35.00
The park is clean and well kept and the staff are friendly. Getting to the park is a bit tricky with a hair-pin turn off the highway and then traveling through a very large mobile home park.
The wifi is terrible. We were told that they are working on installing additional stations throughout the park, but based on the previous reviews, sounds like it is an on-going problem.
The site was reasonably level, but a rather a bit narrow and at an odd angle to the road. The roads are also narrow.
We left very early. The road noise was so bad that we were unable to sleep past 4:30. We were not the only people leaving at 6:00 am.
We will probably not stay there again. - Impkitti
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This park is on Hill Air Force Base and is for active, reserve and retired military. Very convenient park. Gas was cheap, good utilities, level paved roads and spots, nice views of the mountains and of course the sound of freedom during the day. Loved it. We would stay again in a heartbeat. - ssyer74
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Our first Fam Camp. Easy location near South Gate. Utilities and towers could use some updating, but they work. We had a level gravel site but there are some concrete as well. Staff we contacted several times before arrival was very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again. Only stayed one night but would certainly stay here again. - Nevada Nick
Jun 2016 - $15.00
We camped here in 2007 and not much has changed. The sites vary from gravel to concrete. The hookups are in odd places. Several rigs must use same electric pedestal and water outlet. Same with sewer. Most military famcamps are much nicer than here. - mlbarry
Sep 2011 - $18.00
"Rough camped" all over, but never been in a campground that felt so unimproved. Most sites are impossible to put a tent in, much less a camper. Spots are "backwards", in that the traffic flow goes against the direction the camp spots are cut so you can't back a camper into the sites. Trees and narrow roads prevent proper clearances to maneuver campers into camp spots. If you want to get out and rough it and you've got a very small camper or a tent, this is the place for you. No price break for after the "season" is over either. - dbng
Willard, Utah (map) | (435) 734-9494
Sites: 39 | Latest Rate: $16.00 | 3 Reviews
Apr 2011 - $16.00
This was a spur of the moment trip over Easter weekend. The internet reservations could not be taken on short notice. (48 hours prior to arrival date) We did a walk up reservation. When I arrived at the park there was nobody at the front gate so I drove to the campsite and found the camp host. A nice gentlemen who showed me around and found and helped me find a good spot (secluded and pet friendly) for what I was looking for. The trees do hang over and rub your RV but they were small branches. The noise from I-15 was not terrible but it was noticeable. Dump station was available and clean. Camp Host told me he "runs a tight ship". This was not a problem as all campers in our area were well behaved. Good Experience... - Gusman
Jul 2007 - $30.00
You get exactly what is advertised - this is a campground that has ample room for RVs. Some of the roads had some branches that scratched the sides the RV as we tried to find our campsite in the dark. There are no hookups, but our reservation was well marked on our site even though we arrived after hours. There were a lot of family groups - it seemed that some may have had too many on a site, but it was very friendly. There was some noise way after quiet hours - mainly a radio and conversation. the pull-through spot was easy to get in and out. No view from our site #15 - just very tall reeds on the lake side and the road on the other. Some animal noise in the night. it was just an overnight stop on our way north, so it was fine. I would not stay long here. - mary brockmeyer
Jul 2007 - $20.00
We stayed in the area of the park without hook-ups. The highway noise from site 15 is very loud. We will not be staying here again. - CowgirlCreations
May 2016 - $30.00
I like the park itself. It is fairly quiet. Camp sites are of good size. LOVED the walking trail to the reservoir. We didn't use the restrooms or the showers, but did look in on them and chose to bathe in our RV. They smelled really bad and didn't look clean enough to use. - thegnat1
May 2016 - $30.00
Well located for overnight or longer. Boat facilities nearby. We are partial to state parks and found this to be better than many as sites are spacious and have decent separation from your neighbor. Has both pull thru and back in. Nature trail leads to beach with picnic kiosks and more. Easy on and off I-15. We'd stay again. - Ag Sag
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Good overnight stay with easy freeway access. Yes there is some road noise. Have easy circle in pull thrus as well as angular back is. Site was level. Unusual to find a state park with 50 amp and sewer at each site. Restroom was plain but clean. Park could use some grass and brush trimming. Good for an overnight when traveling thru. Somewhat pricey for a state park when you include the $8 online reservation fee. Would stay again if passing thru the area. - AZJC
May 2016 - $36.00
This KOA needs some cleanup. Beginning to look like a dump. Staff friendly and helpful as I needed some new tires while there. 5 to 6 horses on the property and their pen condition was frightful. Could smell horse pucky from our rig. Laundry was OK. 4 washers (1 broke) and 6 dryers. Fairly nice game room and park store. Will probably stay elsewhere next trip. - A Wedding
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Way over priced for the condition of the park, how close you are to the next RV, etc. When we arrived my wife went in to check-in at the front desk. My wife said the lady behind the counter wasn't overly friendly and didn't have anyone take us to our assigned campsite. The camp site wasn't level and one of the workers left their sweatshirt on the electrical post. The site had full hookups but the cap over the sewer pipe was broken/split. The park just looked like it was one where the owners wanted to get your money and do the least amount of maintenance possible to get by. The bathhouse had spider webs on the windows and the facilities needed a good update. This is a KOA which is at the bottom of the standards to retain it's status of a KOA. We will not be going back to this park anytime soon and most likely will look for other parks in the area if we revisit the area. - LabDad2
Aug 2015 - $49.00
1 night stay 6/19/2015 in 30ft travel trailer. The site (41) was a pull thru but with site 42 directly behind, so you have to pull thru 42 to get to 41, which means site 42 has to back in. Cramped. Just passing thru, didn't plan on unhitching but had to unhitch because site was too un-level. - regval
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Beware of the speed bumps as you enter the park. We nearly tipped our RV going over the first one! The park has many permanent and long term residents. The lady manager was nice but not in the office much. We were here on a Utah holiday which fell on a Thursday and the office was closed for 4 days in a row. During those four days, we went to bed every night with firecrackers being shot off for hours at a time (one night until after midnight) and one morning awakened by a party going on next door with the stereo booming at 4:15 am. Our dog was so terrified by the firecrackers, he wouldn't even go outside for his last trip at night. On the plus side, the rates are good, the laundry is excellent and cheap and there is a big grassy area behind the office where you can walk the dog. After this experience, I will make sure from now on that if we stay in a mobile home community it is for 55 and over. We stayed here 6 nights. - Pride5th
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Enjoyed this park. Pretty quiet with a few kids running around. We didn't ask all the questions we should have when we checked in, so we didn't find out about garbage collection and the password to the wifi system until we had been there a day or so. Overall, a great experience. We did learn about breakfast at the nearby Sills Restaurant. Absolutely fabulous, but go early--it's terribly busy! - GerMarV
Nov 2013 - $17.00
Based on previous comments we were confident to choose this park and we decided to stay three weeks. Yes, the speed-bumps do exactly what they suppose to do, that is: slow down traffic on the smooth asphalt roads. Camping World is only a couple of minutes down the road for supplies and repairs. The close-by train tracks were a surprise, but somehow these trains do NOT use their horns, they only make small vibrations of the ground and for us that was not a problem. We will come back again to enjoy this friendly RV/mobile home park. - Ockie
Syracuse, Utah (map) | (801) 773-2941
Sites: 26 | Latest Rate: $15.00 | 9 Reviews
Mar 2016 - $15.00
I simply cannot say enough good things about this park! First, just getting out to the island over the long causeway is a fun little adventure. The Visitors Center has great information on the history of the island which was settled by the Mormons in the early 1800's. Then there is the abundance of wildlife to be seen - bison, antelope, big horn sheep and more. There are four campgrounds in the park, but Bridger Bay is the most popular one.
The campground features large paved pull through sites with paved patio areas that have a picnic table under a shade canopy. There is also a fire pit at each site. This is primitive camping - vault toilets, no water, no hook-ups, etc. Come with a full fresh water tank and empty holding tanks (there is a dump station near the visitor center but no potable water is available).
In early spring this campground was beautiful, quiet and only about 10% full. We thoroughly enjoyed it. - BruceandKathyWA
Oct 2015 - $12.00
Antelope Island is the largest island in Great Salt Lake and can be reach by a 7-mile road across the lake from Syracuse. It's a unique place with very little traffic, lots of views, miles of hiking trails, beach walks, marina, visitor center and historic ranch (a must see for anyone that grew up on a farm). We saw Buffalo and Antelope free roaming over the island and got some great pictures. There are 2 camping areas on the island, both on the north side (Bridger Bay for RVs / Tents) and (White Rock groups camping). Bridger Bay has 26 spacious paved sites with good separation. We visited in October so did not experience the biting gnats that are bad from April-June . - Ruffin It
Sep 2014 - $12.00
We stayed for three nights and thoroughly enjoyed our experience. Amazing to find such natural beauty, tranquility and amazing abundance of wildlife so close to the metropolitan area of Salt Lake City. The park is accessed via a long causeway and there is a small fee (about $2-$3) for using the causeway and entering the park which is added to your first night's camping fee. The campground has extremely spacious sites (many are pull-thrus) which can accommodate any size rig. Each site has a paved parking pad, concrete covered patio, picnic table and fire pit. Most are situated to have wonderful views of the lake. There is no shade other than what is provided by the cover over the picnic table so this campground would be extremely hot in the summer. Be aware that this is a primitive campground with vault toilets and no hook-ups. Water is available only at the day use area, where there are also showers. There is a dump station. We saw tons of wildlife - bison, pronghorn antelope, deer, bighorn sheep, coyotes and even a bobcat! There are great hiking trails for any ability and a visit to the Visitor Center and the historic Fielding Garr Ranch are both well worth the effort. Our only complaints were the smell, which others have commented on but which is a small price to pay for all the natural beauty, and the extremely alkaline water of the showers. We'd love to come back for another stay at this unique park. - BruceandKathyWA
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We stayed one night. Office was closed when we arrived, but we were directed to our site. Site was level and shaded. Office and laundry room was spotless. Staff very friendly and helpful. Lots of green space for dog walking. Park close to I15, but traffic noise not an issue. Very close to everything friendly gas station, Walmart and restaurants. We would stay there again. - unifan
Jul 2016 - $33.00
This is a beautiful older park just a couple of miles from I-15 and off Hwy 91. Because of it's age the interior roads are fairly narrow. While the spacing between our site (#1) and the next was very tight, the rest of the spacing on the front row (sites 2-11) appeared to be much wider. There is grass between each site and several shade trees. If you park on the first row and the RV on the second row has moved as far forward as they can, you may have a bit of a trouble making the turn into your site. We're 45' and the coach behind us was as far forward as he could be, so the turn in around the trees was tight. We actually had to disconnect the Jeep so I could move forward and back to get centered and aligned in the site. However, the great trees are certainly worth the maneuvering required. The area between the first row and the street is "park-like" with much green grass and many shade trees. Walmart and a variety of restaurants and stores are in close proximity to the park. There is a Pilot truck stop just across I-15 which is easily accessed. - Don & Candy
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Very good location. Close to I-15 right across the street from Wal-Mart.
This is an older park and is somewhat tight if you are in a larger rig. Spaces are close to each other but given the location we would stay here again for an over nighter. There are three rows with the row closest to Hwy 91 reserved for permanent residences. Our picnic table was plastic and the table top was warped and split. They can do better. Try the Old Grist Mill bakery within walking distance for good sandwichs. - LarryLS