Easy off / on freeway. Most of the sites are for summer or month long residents. Excellent views of reservoir and it's tranquil. It's just that there are no amenities. Fishing and boat access and so forth yes and excellent, but other ones like laundry or pool aren't here. So very hard to give it a rating. We met a number of friendly relaxed travelers and enjoyed some stories. It was perfect for a short stop, especially if you are fairly self contained. We would stop again and even stay a little. In town about 9 miles away there are two places for dinner and both are excellent. and very reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy, rustic park. Easy on/off I-15, Exit 22. Good for an overnight or stay awhile to enjoy the reservoir. Full hookup including sewer. Nice concrete pad and picnic table at site. Gravel sites. This park is on the reservoir with nice views of the water. It is not a manicured park but it‘s good for relaxation. Check in and registration at camp host’s site. AT&T - 3 bar connection (EDGE). No Wi-Fi. I could not find this park listed in the “Trailer Life Directory” or the “Exit Now Interstate Exit Directory”. We would stay here again and next time we‘ll stay for a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is located near the shores of Devil Creek Reservoir. There are a variety of campsite types as well as dispersed dry camping, which is what we did. The reservoir will appeal to those who like to fish. While rather rough around the edges, this campground is easy to access off of I-15 yet far enough off the highway to be quiet and peaceful. I'm not sure just how many actual sites there are, but with the dispersed camping quite a number of rigs could be accommodated. This campground is definitely not fancy, but is good for a one night layover. We camped here in a Motorhome.