Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $30.00
We arrived a day early to a full very busy park, but they had overflow parking w/elec in a nice group area. Our very nice pull thru site was avail about noon for our three day reservation. The site had quite a bit of small litter my wife picked up. Much of it had been there a while based on appearance, such as rusted bottle caps, old bottles, and various pieces of plastic. Also, very low water pressure. My gauge is set at 50 lbs max, but here it measured only 22 PSI. Although very busy ion our Saturday arrival, Sunday eve and forward was very slow. Nice scenery, lake, and golf course creates a good weekend crowd. We would stay here again. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park along a lake with a golf course. They rent kayaks, canoes & paddleboats. Very busy; reservation is a must this time of year. Wakara sites are up above the lake and are better for larger motorhomes/5th wheels. Not all sites have full hook-ups. Paved roads & cement pads. Very well maintained. Good on-line reservation system. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Motorhome.
Very nice large grassy spaces with picnic tables and fire grills on cement pads. Clean, well maintained park, with friendly, helpful staff. We spent 2 nights here. Restrooms/showers were clean and well maintained. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Nice, well kept park. Lots of staff. Golf course in the park. Lots of water spaces available. Full hookups available. Several small towns nearby for shopping. (Wal-Mart in Ephrim.) We got some TV with just the antenna. Several youth groups here. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Motorhome.
We saw recommendations on your site about the new section of this park that has full hookups and stayed there. it was kind of barren and had cabins across from the sites with, in our case, a lot of loud kids. Also the weeds were waist high all around the sites. Would probably not stay here again. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Motorhome.
Considering the budget woes facing most state parks, this one is obviously well funded and well cared for. We stayed in the new Wakara section of full hook-ups. Paved sites, more or less level, easy back-ins. One caveat: during our visit there was extremely low water pressure. We resorted to filling our on-board water tank and using our on-board pump. Sure made showering more enjoyable. Didn't golf but the course looked healthy and well -tended. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $20.00
This is a small, pretty state park on a lake with adjacent, excellent golf course. There are 2 sections: the older one is asphalt with small green belts for each site but few trees. The newer section is on a hill overlooking the lake but also no shade but the hookups and shade shelters are nice and each site has picnic table and bbq. Everything is very clean and the park is very much oriented to families from nearby communities. There is a very nice camp host and accommodating folk at the kiosk. The golf course is really very nice and an incredible bargain at $10 for 9 holes with an extra $5 for a cart. Adjacent to the park is the start of the superb six-mile ATV trail, rentals are available in Sterling. Place is full on weekends and even some weekdays so reservations make sense. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Kids, Kids, Kids! Most of the spots are close together and there are A LOT OF KIDS. If you are looking for quiet and solitude, this is not the place. But if you want to let your kids run free, this is the place. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little state park. They were in the process of making new sites, most of which are full hookups. I thought it was a bit pricey given the area. Campground is around the back half of a man-made lake. Was told the fishing is good and we saw one guy fishing both days we were there. Behind the campground is a pretty nice 18 hole golf course. The greens will test you. Park is just off of US-89 in central Utah. South of here 89 passes between Bryce Canyon NP and Zion NP, so this park could be a good stopping off point. We camped at Palisade State Park in a Motorhome.