4 Parks near Vernal, Utah
May 2015 - $31.00
My husband stayed here years ago and remembered it as being on the edge of town, so we decided to stop in again. It is now sandwiched between a High School and businesses on a commercial strip.
It is a bit rundown and the spots are narrow, but fairly level. Lots of shade. It was a lot quieter than I anticipated. - Impkitti
May 2015 - $35.00
This is the campground that time forgot. It is run down. Grass needed mowing. It had a neglected feel to it. The owner was tough to track down. There were extra charges for cable, 50 amp service, and bathroom use. Sites were a little too close together - you walked out your door into your neighbor's sewer hook up. The trees provided good shade. - Melodycthomas
May 2015 - $35.00
Requested a site near the rest rooms; assigned site right outside the door. An older park with many permanent residents, however, generally tidy. Have stayed here before and would again in the future. Camped in a motorhome. - fivertug
Oct 2014 - $25.00
$25 per night was for an unlevel asphalt pad site with full hookups (30 amp electric), covered picnic table, and fire ring. The four full hookup sites (plus one host site) are situated on an unlevel asphalt parking area that are cramped together with connections in inconvenient locations and virtually no place to park a tow vehicle. It was lucky for us that there were few others using the campground during our overnight stay. The electric only sites had a bit more room. The picnic tables and fire rings are on a large grassy area behind the sites. The campground is located on a reservoir, which is great for boating/fishing and beautiful scenery. Vernal is the nearest city and is surprisingly well equipped. AT&T cell service was non-existent. We used our Milliencom jetpack for internet access but it was really slow. There were no OTA TV stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
May 2015 - $28.00
Great little state park on the outskirts of Vernal. Very, very quiet and peaceful. The state park website lists this as 30' and under, but there are many sites that are plenty big. Our 43' fifth wheel plus our dually truck fit just fine in the pull-thru site #1 and would have fit in probably half of the other spots as well, including the back-ins.
The water pressure is a little low, but nothing we couldn't deal with. The 50 amp service worked great. Only complaint is that the back of that site is downhill. A lot downhill. So we had to put blocks upon blocks under our rear stabilizer legs. Quite a few of the other sites sit on a hill too, so come prepared with blocks just in case!
Otherwise, we had a great stay. Our kids wanted to stay longer! About a 30 minute drive out to Dinosaur NM from here. - GrowFam
Oct 2014 - $28.00
$28 per night was for a level asphalt pad site with full hookups, picnic table, and fire ring. The campground has many large junipers as well as low growing plants separating the generous sites. The campground scenery is beautiful. The park staff was very friendly and helpful. Vernal is the nearest city and it has a surprising amount of stores/restaurants that most everyone would find adequate. AT&T cell service was two bars of 4G. We used our Milliencom jetpack for internet access as it received three bars of 4G LTE. There were six OTA TV stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
May 2013 - $25.00
We reserved one of the full hook up sites, and had no problem getting our 36' fifth wheel into the site. Even though the Reserve America site indicated that the length limit was only 30'. Our pull through site was 80' long, although it was curved with the hookups in the middle. My one real criticism of the park is that the water pressure is extremely low. We could only manage about #20 on the water pressure gauge. For a decent shower you may want to fill your water tank and use your on board water pump. I would stay here again. - SargeW
Jul 2014 - $47.00
The woman who checked us in was friendly, not the fastest but we were not in a rush. The site was easy to find, large and level. All our gear fit nicely on the site, just note that in July it is HOT and I mean HOT. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained as was the entire campground, except the laundry room, which need a bit of cleaning. We would go back again, but not in July, or August, or June. - alkurta
Jun 2014 - $38.00
Very nice park. Pull thru site that was level and had a concrete patio. Nice WiFi. People helpful. Would stay there again. - Bud in Florida
Jun 2014 - $50.00
Awful. Freezing cold showers. NO hot water either in the morning or at night in the bathrooms. Constant traffic alllllll night long. Be advised this rv park is attached to a trailer park and there is a whole lot of riff raft coming and going all day and all night. People pulling into and walking up to the bathrooms and showers all night long. Some look like transients. I would never ever stay here again and would advise absolutely nobody to stay here either. Don't let the cute exterior fool you. Once in the RV park this place becomes a nightmare. - Kaykaydoo