August 26, 2019 - reviewed by Julie
Wonderful, helpful staff and very clean park. Level sites, with large shade trees, and grassy areas, pool. Sites of varying sizes and costs. We had plenty of room in one of the pull throughs for our 40' Class A, with slide outs. Full hookups, great 50 amp service. Our site had a patio with nice table, chairs, lawn swing, propane bbq. Great place to use as a base to see local attractions (Promontory Golden Spike, Ogden Museums, Hill Air Force Base, Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.) The camp has activities, Ice Cream Socials (with excellent Ice Cream from Peach City Restaurant), Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, and burrito breakfast on Sunday. Games for kids/families. Quiet at night. Don't let the small size of this camp fool you, we would definately stay again.
July 12, 2019 - reviewed by Brenda
Super friendly staff! We were greeted with a fresh sample of cherries from local cherry farmer, well maintained campground, shady pull through spots and easy to find. Very clean bathrooms/showers, nice little game room/ laundry room. Will definitely stay here again when we’re nearby! Thank you for the referral to have dinner at Maddox!
July 25, 2018 - reviewed by Pinot Dave
Typical KOA with a little bit more space. Nothing wrong with it, just an average one night stop. I would use it again if the distance was what we needed going up or down the I-15.
April 15, 2018 - reviewed by Terry
Lots of Grass
The new owners have been there only 8 weeks. They are very nice and helpful on where to find propane and dinner. They have quite a few pull through sites, grassy tent sites and cabins. The fenced grassy dog play area was great for our dog to run too!
No cable but got enough channels with the antenna. It's a beautiful setting with the hills and fruit trees everywhere. We would definitely stay again.
Mavericks gas station had the best prices on fuel and it's down the street. We got our propane there too.
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Laura
Quiet, Neat Park
Very pleasant and helpful staff. Away from freeway and congestion, so peaceful and quiet but easy to find. Generously spaced, shady spots. Would return!
April 22, 2017 - reviewed by Chrid
This was the first campground with our RV because the Willard Bay campground was unexpectedly full. A fire pit would have been nice to have. There are a couple fire pits in the campground, but you'd have to know which one and hope it's not already taken. Since this is the first RV experience, I can't make comparisons as I was trying to figure out why things weren't working in my RV more than worrying about the campground. The camp hosts were nice.