Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $12.00
Our second stay at this facility. Gate keeper, as in the past, very helpful in determining what site would fit our rig best. Water level way down from when we were here before. This time, weather permitted us to dry camp at the cottonwood area. Paved access roads but some sites in this area a bit "ripply" due to tree root encroachment. We had a pull thru that was mostly shaded and the river was just over a little hump of land beside us. Day users were in the 2 spots next to us even though the area was clearly marked NOT for day use. They departed within a couple hours and did not cause any issues while they were there. There are about 5 different camping areas with one having full hook ups and they are priced accordingly. Water spigots spaced throughout as are pit toilets which appeared clean. did not use the marina services including cafe although they are advertised at the park entry. In the past, we've used the full hook up area (Juniper?) and had similar good experiences. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Great area to observe water fowl of multiple varieties.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $24.00
The campground was much newer than advertised. We used it for a base to explore the Mirror Lake Byway and Park City. Sites are paved and level with a pavilion for shade. Restrooms & showers are clean. Quite and wildlife was around Rockland lake. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $56.00
We ended up paying for two sites by mistake Made reservation online. Nice site on reservoir but level very low and shore mucky. Hiking trail. Scenery ok not spectacular ok for boating. One of our party co showers ( free and clean) being non- adjustable and too hot. Handy to I-80 Site wasn't cleaned before we came. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $24.00
The rate reflects a site with water and electric. There are several RV camping areas in this park. The only one that has electric is Juniper, which is almost at the end of the park road. There is a dump station. The park is fairly convenient to Interstate 80, but does require about 7 miles of driving on curvy roads after you exit I80. Unfortunately, the park does not have any maps posted, so we found it a bit confusing to find our way around at first. The campgrounds are well appointed, with picnic table, grill, fire pit, and shelter, and they are well kept. When we were there the lake was very low, but, even with that it is a beautiful area and nice park. During our stay there were only a few other campers, but reservations are likely advisable during the warmer months as the park is close to Salt Lake City. Juniper loop did have a campground host, but this area closes at the end of October. The other, non-electric sites are open year-round. There is a nice 2-mile hiking/biking trail. Our Verizon phone worked well and the data MiFi worked very well with 4G. We had planned on staying in this park for one night, but liked it so much that we lingered for an additional night. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Motorhome.
A very quiet and scenic State Park. May have a problem finding a level site though. One of the few places I had to dig out my leveling blocks. Nice individual shower units and restrooms. I would have given it one point higher rating but you have to drive all the way around the lake to get to it, then all the way back around to get out of there all the while you are thinking "if they only would have put the road on top of the dam, I'd be there now". We camped at Rockport State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $20.00
I happened upon this state park by accident, and I am grateful that I did! It's a beautiful park, with many camping opportunities surrounding the lake. Juniper Campground is the location that I parked, in a pull-through site overlooking the lake. The park is clean, well maintained, and nicely appointed with gazebos covering picnic tables, a grill and nice big fire-pits. The camp host was very accommodating and friendly--delivered firewood upon request and made sure that all was well within the campground. I would definitely stay there again, and highly recommend this place. Boating and fishing enthusiasts will rejoice at the large lake in the middle of No Where (although there is a nice little general store at the exit for supplies). We camped at Rockport State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are right on a beautiful reservoir. Site #24 was within 30 feet of the water's edge. Many local's launch their boat from the park, and fishing seems good (neighbor gave us 2 rainbow trout). Park City is a 30 minute drive to retail and bike paths. We biked the Union Pacific Rail Trail from Park City. There is excellent cell & data (Verizon) in the park and TV reception. There is a LONG grade on I-80 coming from Salt Lake City that can overheat your rig. We would probably stay again. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $10.00
We were refugees looking for a place out of the wind. We wound up in the dry camping area at the south end of the lake. For 2 nights we were the only people there besides the host. We had 5" of snow one night. Lovely park. Sites a little tight but doable for our 34' 5er. Plenty of people space though. Nothing to complain seriously about. That is why it is a 10 We camped at Rockport State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground on a lake. We were looking for a place to relax and this was perfect. It is also a good place if you are a boater or a fisherman. We planned on 2 nights but stayed 3. We camped at Rockport State Park in a Fifth Wheel.