19 RV Parks near Richfield, Utah
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Inexpensive at $150 week. A bit run down, sites not very level, long runs for utilities, and up hill for sewer - they at the opposite end of where they should be. Sites are rather close together, but it was not full so plenty of room. Beautiful views of the lake. No wi-fi; no cable, no phone service. There is a booster at the marina so calls can be made if you stand under it. Roads are narrow and tight for a larger rigs. All in all it was acceptable with modest expectations. I would stay there again. - Pacatrader
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Rustic RV park in the mountains of Utah with a marina and a lodge with a restaurant. Great view of Fish Lake at 8900 ft elevation. Hiking trails and excellent fishing. Wi-fi is available at the marina only. No cable or pool. Gravel pull-thru sites somewhat narrow, no picnic table or fire pit. We have stayed there before and really enjoy the mountain setting. - Michael Kibler
Sep 2014 - $32.00
Needs work, sites not real easy to get into, not level. Most sites are occupied by seasonal folks. We could not hook up our sewer lines as they were uphill from our rig. Seasonal resident told us that there are new, young owners, still getting things organized and fixed up. Restaurant and gift shop on site; okay food for breakfast. Right across the road from the lake and they have a dock with boat rentals. No Internet or cell phone access all around the lake - store down the road has a cell phone booster. We would go back! But I would miss the Internet! - Karen and Rocky
Sep 2018 - $44.00
stopped overnight and was happy to get a pull thru site that was long enough to not disconnect the tow. It barley fit but it did fit. the lots are small and I had to be very very careful opening the slides. Again it was very close, within a couple of inches. The staff was very good and the escort to the lot was very helpful and did a good job helping guide me and help ensure the trees were not in the way. Needless to say since the slide had only 2 inch clearance the awning was not usable. There is a nicely maintained dog park and the staff likes dogs and ready with a treat in their pocket. - Peter G
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We stopped here while traveling from Denver to California and used the campground just for a nice rest for 1 night. This well taken care campground is managed by great people! It shows from the fact that they gave me a courtesy call days before my arrival to check on the ETA and to make sure that in case I arrived late and the office was closed I would have access to my site! Once we got there we were impressed on the nice beautiful flowers in the well groomed front office garden and swimming pool area. Everything appeared very nice and clean and the people in charge are amazing! They assist and guide you to your site. The site has great electrical connections since the whole electrical system is brand new. My Surge Proctor showed a steady 120 V connection. We loved the big 50-60 year old trees. After we got there my brand new RV refrigerator stopped working and we asked the attendant if he knew anything about RV refrigerators and he was so kind to see what was wrong and tried every single option possible by checking all the fuses and opening up the back panel of the refrigerator. Although he was not able to fix it the good effort he offered was truly nice. This people care and I will always stop here while traveling across beautiful Utah !! - Tommaso
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Excellent value for a KOA park. Sites were close but I have found most commercial campgrounds to be this way. Staff was friendly and the bathrooms were very clean. We stayed there 3 times on a recent trip as an in-between stop during our visit to Utah national parks. Would definitely stay there again. - Betsykr
Jul 2007 - $28.00
Fish Lake is an absolutely beautiful setting. We found this park and the staff to be OK - nothing especially great. Generally, the maintenance of the park has room for improvement, and the staff seemed interested in little more than collecting payment. Located near heavily forested area, some shade trees in the park would have been a plus for us? The slope of our pad exceeded the range of our leveling jacks without using additional blocks. We look forward to returning to the Fish Lake area and would not be opposed to staying at this park in the future, but we would probably look at an alternative park in the area prior to committing to this park again. - KPG
Jun 2007 - $28.00
A little confusing finding the place and it's not that big. Couldn't level the motorhome on gravel pad owners refunded our money. Better suited for travel trailers and 5th wheels. - JohnInAz
Jun 2006 - $16.00
Very quiet, nice park with a beautiful lake view. Lots of deer be careful driving. Only disappointment was no shade. - krazey5
Sep 2012 - $13.00
This review is for the Castle Rock campground in the Fishlake National Forest. We stayed here one night on our 3-week trip and it was the nicest campground we found. Yes it is rustic, but that is the way we like them. The sites were nicely separated by trees and shrubs, the park and restrooms were very clean and we found the campground (on a weekday night) as quiet as it could be. The scenery here is also fantastic! We would definitely stay here again. - dizzy2
Sep 2009 - $14.00
We stayed at the Doctor Creek Campground. Directions: from Hwy 62/24, turn east on paved Hwy 25 and go about 6 miles. The campground is on the right at 8852' elevation. This is a rustic campground set amidst aspen trees. There are flush toilets. Some sites were big enough for our 40' rig and car. It overlooks a large meadow and the equally large Fishlake is nearby. This campground closes on September 15. We would stay here again. - nbi600
Aug 2018 - $14.00
We love the big trees and the location for riding our Polaris Razor. Quiet park close to shopping. The little convenience store here in the park is handy to gas up, get something hot to eat, or do the laundry. We have stayed here 3 times and will keep coming back! - Pamelot
Oct 2016 - $22.00
We stayed 1 night passing through the area. The park is a short drive from I-70 (Exit 25) along a paved 2 lane rural road into the center of the very small town. The transition from the street into the park was not the smoothest but was manageable. Check in is accomplished in the convenience store but registration parking is limited and tight. The interior roads and site parking pads are compacted gravel. Some of the turns were tight and the arrangement of the sites to the road required making 2 loops through the small park to get properly aligned for utility connections.
All of the sites are pull throughs. Some of the P/T's were just long enough to remain connected to the toad and the others were wide enough to park 2 vehicles abreast if needed. As the park was built on sloping field, it showed the park didn't completely understand the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site as some of the sites had a slight 2 directional pitch potentially creating a possible leveling issue. They have full hook ups: water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were generally at the middle of the site. The sewer connect was slightly elevated but it wasn't too difficult to establish a downhill flow. Distance establishes privacy between the sites but the sites were generally close.
There were a few wooden outside tables scattered around the park so each didn't have a table and there were no fire pits. A few trees scattered around the park so satellite reception was dependent on site selection or assignment. The park didn't offer any cable channels and there was no mention of any broadcast channels on the limited park information material. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. The park did not provide WiFi. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't try the NET10 phone so don't know about the reception.
There was no designated fenced pet area. There was adequate space along the park's road to exercise a dog. We would stay here again for an overnight stop only. - bsb814
Sep 2016 - $20.00
No amenities but a great place to park especially for day trip to Capital Reef National Park. Easy access from the interstate, no highway noise. Full hookups, level sites and easy to maneuver within the campground. Great value! - Mustcamp
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
Jul 2018 - $25.00
We spent two nights here (and arrived in the early afternoon) in order to see as much as two slightly feeble oldsters can. The layout of the Sam Stowe Campground is great, with a small central oval planted with trees and native vegetation. A local gardening club has also planted native bushes between each site so although sites are sort of close to each other, it felt very private. Plus each site has only a canyon wall behind it so when looking out the back window of our trailer we only saw lovely nature.
Fremont Indian State Park has two campgrounds, this one and a tent/primitive one, but one checks in at the Visitor Center/Museum for both. The entire park is alongside I-70, but even so was very quiet, mostly. I used RV Trip Wizard to find this campground and was a bit confused since their database did not make it clear that this is a single state park with two campgrounds, each with their own level of amenities & separate campground names, but both are within "Fremont Indian State Park" and reservations at Sam Stowe are made using ReserveAmerica.
After resolving our initial confusion, we loved the Sam Stowe campground. One can walk to the museum or drive there from the campground. The park has numerous well-marked hikes to see some of the hundreds of petroglyphs on the canyon walls, each carefully labelled as to length and difficulty. The museum has plastic sheets with info for each hike and item to be seen along the hike. Pick them up before setting out, and return them afterwards. The museum itself provides a good overview and background for what is to be seen outside on the hikes. - Weelyrd
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Beautiful small canyon. Sites are clean and well maintained. We used electric. Sites are very close together. Middle of nowhere except for interstate. Campground is 1 mile off interstate along a frontage road. Despite being so close to the freeway, we heard minimal freeway traffic. Put the Fremont Indian State Park in GPS and get off at that exit, NOT the exit to the north and the frontage road. - JJDK
Sep 2017 - $33.00
Very pretty little park off 89. Sam Stowe has 7 full hook ups. It is a group campground that is now available to individuals when not reserved by a group. Campsites are gravel with a fire ring and picnic table. Sites are gravel--we had #6, which wasn't level. Bathroom are very clean and stocked. There is some road noise from hwy. 89, but not bad at night. Would come again. - SAU51
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Overnighter. Had a pull through with full hook ups, didn't unhook the toad. Fortunately, there were only campers in every other site, so we didn't have a problem with the hook ups being reversed. Nothing special here, but adequate for our need at the time. Verizon hotspot worked good, satellite reception was great. - therealSimpsons
Jul 2018 - $38.00
The Sundance Kid was known to be a bit pickier about his accommodations than Butch Cassidy; so that may explain why the two did not partner up on the name of this RV park. It doesn't meet the Kid's standards. Traveling east or west on I-70 this is a great location to overnight. Otherwise, the park is barely average. The place could use a good sprucing up. At least half of the slots are taken by long termers and those for the short termers are cramped pull-throughs with the rigs essentially sharing one space by facing in opposite directions. It's tight, but manageable and we were able to stay hitched pulling a 30-foot travel trailer with only minor leveling required while sharing the site with a Class A that was still hitched to its TOAD. Both the roads and the sites are gravel, which is thinning in spots. The WiFi works OK but it reaches only a few of the sites closest to the office. So, if you want to use the WiFi, you'll probably have to walk several hundred yards to the office where the unlocked, open 24/7, bathrooms are also located. Hopefully the Sundance Kid will open an RV park in Salina before we come through again. - TravelingTrailer
May 2018 - $30.00
The staff is great and they do a fine job of caring for their customers and keeping the facilities clean and working. The sites are a bit close and kind of rough. WiFi was quite good for an RV park! Not much choice in the area but quiet & OK for an overnight stay. - donleeown
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