Fantastic national forest camping. Large level sites, table, fire ring. Lots of trees and solitude. Easily navigable in a large rig. It is high elevation and a welcome relief from the temperatures of the valleys below. It also has a nice hike to a waterfall. The host this summer (2013) was oddly nasty. My not knowing I was supposed to pay him the camping fee instead of putting it in the iron box apparently set him off. I can only imagine how he treats the many foreign visitors that frequent Southern Utah. Otherwise, this is forest camping at its finest. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice USFS campground. It is about 9000 feet elevation, so is cooler than the valley below in Torrey and near Capitol Reef National Park. There is a dump station at the top of the loop. It is a single loop with back-in sites on either side. Sites are large enough for big rigs. Many water spigots throughout campground. There is a hike to a nearby waterfall. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very isolated park in / near Capitol Reef National Park. Not much to do if you're looking for activity but a beautiful park that is very different from other parks in this region due to the elevation (7000-8000 feet) and the green setting. Cool creek that runs through the park that entertained our kids. Beautiful waterfall hike nearby that's worth the effort - moderate difficulty. Great camp host this summer! The drive south on Hwy 12 to Bryce Canyon and Zion is breathtaking at times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely loved this park. Huge, level paved pads (plenty of space for big rigs) in gorgeous pine surroundings. There's grill, fire pit and bench at each site too. Front sites get bonus view of the valley. Lovely little trail leading down to waterfall from the park, plus lots of other hiking around the area. Very dog-friendly. For $10/night this was an absolute find and we'd stay here again in a heartbeat. Central dump station and water. Note there's no cellphone service up here, so be prepared to get close to nature. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Golden Age pass. Paved entry, graveled sites, very level. All are back ins, no pull through, but wide enough to be very easy. It appeared that all would accommodate large rigs. Forested park, plenty of mature trees to make it shady and comfortable. Lots of privacy, the spaces are well apart, with trees and vegetation between each. Picnic tables, barbecue. Very easy access to dump station. Clean bathrooms, checked and cleaned every day by host. Friendly helpful hosts. Conversation with other campers indicated this is a "go-to" destination for vacations for many of them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.