17 Parks near Richfield, Utah
Jul 2016 - $41.00
This is an older park but was well maintained. The staff was friendly and helpful. Connecting to Direct satellite is not possible in any site. I parked well back in my site, but could not get the satellite. Cable TV was good and wifi was fair. The site spacing is close considering slides but adequate for our stay. - workingdog
Jul 2016 - $41.00
This park was a nice break from traveling across Utah toward Las Vegas. Our back-in site was shady and mostly level. The staff was friendly and helpful. We'd stop there again if we pass that way. - Desert Beacon
Jul 2016 - $41.00
I have read previous reviews and from others descriptions, was a little leery of this place. But it is the only option in this community. I was surprised to find the neighborhood in very good shape. The park is also in very good shape. Sites are wide and long for pull thrus. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
We normally do not stay at KOAs, because of the price. But this is a nice park. Will stay here again if we are in the area.
Expected the wi fi to be a pain, but after I got signed in, signal is good.
Hook ups were to the front of the site and ours are towards the back of our motor home, but we were able to hook up.
Cable television is pretty good. A fair selection of channels. - redlou48
Aug 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. - pyrthkr
Aug 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. - TX Camper
Apr 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. - lovinretirement
Aug 2008 - $21.00
I was shocked to read that someone had a bad experience at this place. Ken and his staff were very courteous and helpful. They even let us barrow a drill to repair our ATV's. How great is that!! All facilities were very clean while we were there. Heck... you don't even have pay for the showers, like you do down the road at another campsite. I highly recommend this camp location to any outdoor enthusiast. The scenery was awesome with the river running right behind us, lush beautiful grass at all sites, and the best part, the ATV trail to the Pauite Trail was just across the street. Our kids had a great time as well and what really topped it for them was while we were grilling up dinner at dusk, some deer came trotting down the ATV trail on the other side of the river. It sure can't get any better than that. Thanks Winklemans for an awesome short vacation!! - Brian C
Jul 2008 - $25.00
Unreal. I wish my friends whom talked us into going to this place would’ve read the earlier review, our experience was 100% similar. This place has so much potential yet is totally and utterly mis/unmanaged making for a frustrating camping experience. You have to check in the restaurant (doesn’t open until 11a.m.) and you’re provided no info at all i.e. no camp map, no rules sheet which later made sense as it seems they have no rules, no info on where to go if you have problems after hours etc. Dogs (both management's and customer's) are allowed to roam off-leash 24/7; expect to get your property "marked" as well as you and your pets to be harassed. The management either were not there or knew and overlooked: Kids as young as 2-3 years old left unsupervised and wandering about the camp (parents went off ATVing); kids were allowed to make (and ride) a race track in the campground with their mini-ATVs (including after dark); we were kept up by an unruly family until 3a.m. one night and went to complain about that and the fact this family had also dumped (on purpose) their entire grey tank on the ground the evening prior. It took “management” 30 min to even show up to hear the complaint, and then they took no action. We later heard this same family had just been kicked out of Candy Mountain (what this place should have done). Not impressed with the construction nor cleanliness of the restrooms, only 2 portable fire pots for 6 sites, gravel/dirt pads that got semi-muddy in rain, no store for supplies at all, and since you’re near the river...tons of bugs that bite. About the only good things I can say is the spots have good room between them with nice grass (after you clean the dog waste), you have access to the ATV trails, and Candy Mountain resort is only about a mile away (clean looking, has a store with basic supplies etc). No way I’d stay here again, do yourself a favor and try other options in the immediate area. - blomquir
May 2007 - $25.00
OH BOY!!! This is my first RV Park review. The reason that I went through the trouble to register for this site was to WARN ALL OF YOU. OK sure this is a beautiful area. Yes you do have direct access to the Paiute trails. I am sure you heard this coming BUT, you also get dogs that want to mark your front porch carpet as their territory, not to mention the cats that want to spray your rig as well. Another thing you get is FILTHY bathrooms. Do not hold your breath for anything promised on the web site. Management is completely unavailable and the help has no idea about anything. Like gardening??? No worries, the local residents that live no more than 20 feet away will be glad to demonstrate the wonders of a rototiller while you attempt to enjoy your quiet afternoon beer. If construction is your hobby, we got you covered there too. I think they are doing some grading on the lower part of their property and there is a tractor towing tons of dirt passed your campsite 12 hours a day, starting at 7am. There seems to be a much better RV park up the road in Big Rock Candy Mountain. We love this area and will be contacting them for our next trip up here. - Onebadpopup
Nov 2015 - $20.00
This is an OK park for an overnight enroute. It is convenient to the freeway and to gas station, convenience store and restaurants. Not too many choices for larger motorhomes, but the hosts are pleasant and cooperative. We'll use this again in the future just for the convenience. Lot spacing is very close with some shade. Site surface is gravel. - Dynotrekker
Sep 2006 - $13.00
This is the worst park we have ever stayed in over many years of rving. The sites were extremely narrow and difficult to enter. Tree limbs hung down into sites, power boxes hanging loose, notes saying sewer does not work. No maintenance of weeds and bushes etc. RV sites right next to auto repair shop. The staff work in gas station convenience store adjoining the park. They know little or nothing about the rv park. We saw most people go back to the store for their money back and leave. When we arrived it was empty and we were able to choose the only site with acceptable power and after many attempts we were able to squeeze in the site. One plus for the Park is that the wifi worked very well. Laundry room and restrooms were grossly unacceptable. We did not feel secure and one of us always stayed with the rv. We would never stay here again and will always warn others to stay away. We paid a lower fee as they welcomed Coast to Coast members as a Good Neighbor Park. We thought we were overcharged. - twosome
Apr 2016 - $25.00
This was a group campground until this spring, but it is now open for individual full-hookup camping unless reserved by a group. In fact, the sign out front still identifies it as a group campground, but in fact individual sites are reservable on Reserve America. Located about a half mile north of the visitor center museum, it is tucked into a small canyon and is a very pretty location, only about a mile off I-70. Roads and sites are gravel, but in good condition and fairly level. Sites are large and adequately separated. Best part was that in spite of canyon and nearby mountains I was able to get 2 bars of Verizon voice and data, and also got a good satellite signal. - judy_online
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We stopped unexpectedly without reservations. The park is fairly small, bordered by a mobile home area, and wasn't overcrowded even though it was a holiday weekend. Our site was level, graveled, had 50 amp power, and the front desk parked people every other space in the most part, so it wasn't too crowded. Owner/manager (?) was friendly and gave great recommendations on roads to follow toward the freeway. The internet could only be accessed in the clubhouse, but it worked. We would stay here again. - BethnBubba
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Nice campground. WiFi only in office and slow at that. Great laundry (1$ wash 25¢ dry). Good lending library. Sites were big enough with full hook ups. No extra charge for 50 amp. Sites are opposite facing so you share the power and water hook up. Pool was closed everyday due to weather.
Some road noise from State Street.
Mobile home park nearby uses the park as a drive and they travel very fast though the park. - sfrantz
Jun 2016 - $10.00
A pleasant park and great place to launch from for visiting some of the National Parks. Sites are gravel, and although we were not there at a busy time, it could get close as rigs are parked head to toe in order to share the electric and water hookups. Management will keep rigs separated as mch as possible. Sewers were placed well enough to allow standard length of hose, but we saw a couple rigs that needed extensions for the electric. There is a pool, but a bit neglected in care, so appeared to only be used by kids. - SeenAll50
Jan 2016 - $7.00
I pulled into MG Campground just before the family rush filled it on a mid July Thursday. I was passing through, but it was obvious that this CG was a destination for family's with young children. I loved to see all the kids playing and having a good time, though I was by myself. It made it a lively, fun afternoon and early evening to see all the kids having such a good time, up and down the interior road. The shouting and laughter of the kids was music to old ears. Less thrilling was the constant drone of a generator, which gratefully ceased by eight in the evening.
New, solid tables made cooking outside easy, as well as the shade from multiple trees offered relief from the sun. No bugs, flies or mosquitos.
This is a gem of a FS CG, and if you are fortunate enough to qualify for a senior access pass, $7.50 is a bargain. No showers, electricity, and vault toilets, and if that is not an obstacle you will surely enjoy it. Thursday through the weekend seem to be the busy time, no brainer there.
I returned later in early August on a Tuesday and found the CG nearly deserted, with only 2 or 3 sites occupied. If you are arriving toward the weekend, get there early, say mid-afternoon, and you will likely get a spot. Later than that is problematical. - Corno1
Sep 2014 - $8.00
This is a gem. Road in from hwy 50 is paved but a bit rough in spots. Internal roads and sites are paved and well kept. Lots of trees as the name implies. Campground is nestled up to the bottom of a red rock cliff. Small stream running through. Not many large sites but a good mix and all have pretty good privacy. One pull through. Pit toilets were a bit smelly but clean. Price reflects senior pass rate. - oldmac
Jul 2012 - $15.00
Forest Service CG that is a great little gem. No hookups, but well worth boon docking for. Easy access from Hwy 50, and the sound of the creek was very relaxing. The creek runs though the CG with mostly well shaded sites. A few sites overlook the valley and have morning sun. Kids had a blast and this was an over nighter for us, but we will return for a longer stay. Toilets were vault, but OK and useable. - steammaker
Jul 2016 - $44.00
We stayed in the deluxe cabin, but there are a wide variety of sites, lots of pull throughs, didn't have the fiver with us this trip. Excellent wifi. Very clean. - MeetTheGriswolds
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This KOA exceeded our expectations. The property is clean and everything functions. The WiFi was outstanding. The staff was friendly and helpful. While it is listed as a KOA Journey, it can serve as a destination with al of the off road opportunities surrounding Fillmore. We definitely will stop here again. - Vegas Tom
May 2016 - $42.00
The other May review was spot on. Beautifully maintained facility with great views. Staff very friendly and helpful. Wifi superb...very fast. Some site are satellite friendly so ask when you check in. We'll be back. - belgique
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
Jul 2012 - $18.00
Koosharem is a small town with one general store and one restaurant. RV park has less than ten RV spots, but is quite quiet and nice. Owners are very friendly. ATV friendly. Ride from park. We stayed there for one month and enjoyed it very much. Cool weather in the hot summertime. - bigmama