Second time we have stayed here. Great for overnighters. Sites are level, 30 amp service only, good water pressure, self service check-in, some distance from Interstate so no noise, nice grass between sites. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
Having stayed here several times before we knew what to expect. Not fancy, but good for an easily accessible overnight stop. Minimum amenities include a golf range and walking path. Good stop if you don't want to deal with the off/on hassle of the Salt Lake area.
Park is accessible from either Snowville exit. Roads and sites are wide, level and gravel. Utilities are logically placed. While not new they are reliable. Check in is on the honor system. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
A Flying J fuel stop at the East interchange. Another new fuel stop was just opening when we stopped.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $26.00
I think earlier reviewers were kind because of the charming 80-year-old owner, who tries his best but apparently can't really keep up with this park. It is good that it is still available for people who really need a place to stay in the area. There was on one other customer the night we were there and we had free choice of sites. The first one we tried had numerous critter holes and, fearing they would take a liking to our coach and climb on board, we moved. There was dog poop everywhere, which made it tricky walking our dogs. We probably wouldn't stay here again. The price was with a small discount for Escapees membership. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $25.00
Great place to spend the night. We were headed west and it was getting late. Glad we found a safe, clean place. It was self-check-in but the owner was on site. Nice long sites and the grass was freshly mowed. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $30.00
OK for an overnight but really not much more than grass and gravel with full hook ups. If you are a golfer there is a driving range. There is no attendant and there is self check-in, cash or personal checks only. There is only 30 amp service and it was hot when we got there so we had to run generator for several hours so we could run more than one AC. Great little diner nearby called Mollie's and a small Flying J. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
This is probably not a well known campground but I would highly recommend it. Well off the highway and quiet. Very level spaces, full hookup although it doesn't have 50 amp which was OK for us. Self serve at the office but the owner was always out and about so if you needed something he was available. Spots were big enough for large rigs and pull through was available as well as back in. I would stay here again. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great big rig stop over while traveling I84. It’s easy on and off the highway but far enough away that there is little traffic noise. This is a no frills campground that’s on the rustic side but the bathrooms, showers and laundry were all usable. There is no WIFI here and our sprint phone and 3G did not work. The road around the park was smooth gravel with long level pull-thru gravel sites that were easy to get into. All the sites are full hook-up 30amp with the power/sewer station in the middle but the water is at the rear and can be long stretch for your hose. There is a little grass between sites and plenty of room for slides and awning. There are no trees to obstruct your satellite. All campsites sit across from a 300 yard driving range that is part of the park and creates a great view out your dash. The park is not staffed during the day so when you get there just stop at the office, get a registration form and map, pick any site then put your payment thru the slot in the office door. Escapees price was 25.50. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
We pulled in late in the day and found plenty of spaces available. This is a high, open valley so expect cool winds. The dog picked up goat's heads (stickers) along the exterior road. The kill deers were nesting all around the exterior so the dog had lots of interesting distractions. The driving range was in great shape, but the wind kept folks off it (other than dog walkers). We'll stay in this nicely maintained, comfortable park again, with a longer fresh water hose. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
This park is a gem! Nice friendly owner who gave a 15% SKP discount. Park is far enough off interstate that you do NOT hear traffic. This was the best night's sleep I have had in weeks! Nothing fancy, just big space, good hookups, nice owner, and good rest!! We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $26.00
If this park had 50 amp electric we would definitely have rated it higher. It is set up for big rigs with easy access, great turning radius, very long sites, quiet, well maintained, fairly level gravel sites, good grassy spacing between sites, electric and sewer well placed, water hydrant -- you will need a long hose. Not much for shade although a few back ins would have some shade in the summer. We did not need A/C because of the late fall weather so 50 amp was not an issue. Self check in, but I had called the owner ahead of time to be sure the place was still open. We are not golfers, but there were free clubs and balls available for guests to use on the well maintained driving range. If it was cool and A/C wasn't needed we would stay again. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
This place cracked us up. No check in. You just put your money in an envelope and stick it in a slot in the wall. It is worth staying here just because they trust you. No frills here. You get a parking space of your choice as they are all the same. Utilities good. No WiFi. You overlook a driving range for golf so not bad to look at. Driving range is free if you stay as well as clubs and balls. You have to retrieve your balls or the birds take them or so the sign on the wall says. Dogs love it here with no leash restrictions and they can run to their hearts content. If you just need a place to stop for the night, you can't beat this. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
This is our second time here when passing through. This time we are the only people here and have a choice of sites. The owner is out mowing the golf driving range. The views are great!! You can see for miles to the mountains! Our $25 price was with our Escapee's discount. No wi-fi but our Verizon MiFi had 4 bars. 30 amp power with 2 15 amp outlets also. Used our cheater cord to get our 45 amps for our bus. Will stay here again when passing through. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $25.00
Wow! What a great park! Easy pull thru's. Only 30 amp but good power. Water is 120 psi! Use your pressure reducer! Nobody in front of you on the pull thru's so have a view of the free golf driving range and the mountains in the distance. As previously stated, pay for site is by the honor system in the office with cash or check only. Pick your own empty site. Will stop here again when passing thru. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $30.00
This was a good stop for us to see the Golden spike Historic site. It is a nice drive from the park to the Historic site. The park has very long drive throughs and wide spots. It is a self serve register, we happened to meet the owner when we checked in and he was very helpful with information. The power is 30amp but all the hook ups were fine. There are two restaurants in town and we found both to be good. We would camp here again. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $20.00
Very pet friendly. After our bad experience up the road, this was truly an oasis in the middle of no where. Please be advised it is the middle of no where, I must truly express that fact. The owner is a wonderful older gentleman and loves pets. "What is a man with out his pet?" There was one other rig besides us when we pulled in, however as the night drew dark more people showed up. The area is fairly level, trees are rare, grass is everywhere. Hooking utilities was easy as most of the sites are pull through. Very big rig friendly. Building are "western rustic" and the old time tools hanging every where was an awesome sight. They even have a couple of horses that enjoy a carrot or 2 if you have them to spare. Great overnight spot. We camped at Lottie-Dell Campground in a Campground Cabin.