It's hard to rate this campground, as I would give the location and sites themselves a 9. It is quiet on the outskirts of town, adjacent to a farm and a public golf course, with a nice view of the hills. The sites are pull-through, paved interior, with shade trees in one area. There is a pool and a spa. WIFI worked great. You can walk to a new Wal-Mart, Safeway, and restaurant. My lower rating is because of the rotating host staff, all of whom seemed to be bored, just putting in their time, and offended if you dare interrupt them. The pool was shut down for cleaning for extended periods during the day, as "too many children had been swimming in it". The pool table in the rec centre was not avalable for a couple of days because the balls were "stuck" and the owner who could fix it away for a couple of days. Of the two clean and comfortable women's showers, one had a ripped shower curtain hanging by a thread. Over the phone, the staff person said there was a nice public beach within walking distance. We arrived with excited children a few days later only to be told that the beach had "swimmer's itch" and it wasn't recommended at the best of times. The "playground" advertised was a basketball hoop and one swing. If the facilities were better maintained, this would be an very enjoyable and attractive camping spot. We camped in a 37-foot motorhome in August 2005.
We enjoyed this Park immensely for the rugged outdoor experience! Private and spacious heavily treed sites, some very hilly, and a beautiful mountain view. We appreciated how quiet the Park was at night. There is a small trout pond for children to fish, but no playground equipment nor recreational facility. We enjoyed having a campfire at our site. The women's bathroom and showers were exceptionally clean and comfortable. We needed WIFI, but even after moving to three different sites, reception was spotty at best. No phone service available. Office staff was most pleasant and hospitable. All in all, a very enjoyable visit to Mountain Meadow.