The campground overlooks Starvation Reservoir and barren mountains. We were here on the first cold blustery day of the winter season during the week and the campground was empty. This is luxury camping at state park prices. The park is located a few miles off US 40 about half way between the Colorado/Utah border and the Salt Lake Metro area. The sights are all paved with fire rings and concrete patios. Most sights have a covered picnic table. There are few shade trees but there is lovely green grass between sights. About 1/3 of the sights have sewer, water & electric. One third are pull through and third on the lake. The pulls through sights generally number in the 30's. The bathrooms are perfect with plenty of hot water and sink, toilet , and shower in individual rooms. Everything is clean and new looking and obviously well planned. We had good cell phone service but did not try TV reception as the winds were so high. We enjoyed dramatic skies and I noted there were fields for sports play adjacent to campground. There is another campground on the beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice asphalt drive throughout the park with level asphalt pads. Park advertised 50 amp, pedestals have the openings for 30/50 but 50 amp side only carries 30 amp. The host is very nice and tried to correct the power problem with no success. The rangers stay in their office and do not patrol the park. Dogs wondering all over the park with the owners not picking up after them. Leash law is not enforced. Overall a nice park that needs some management attention. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.