September 23, 2023 - reviewed by Weir Happy
Nice park, but not worth the $108.00 price tag given that the pull thru's are 2 feet short for a 40ft class A with a toad.
Very narrow interior roads with rv's pushing out into the road to fit in the space and have room to park a car. Spaces are narrow for slide outs. Sewer connections are over 40 ft. away for a class A, but I think they were for a 5 th wheel or regular camper with truck or car towing.
Would not stay again
September 9, 2023 - reviewed by J C
Thankfully, this is a stopover for only one night. Unfortunately, we canceled Springfield KOA to come here and pay $101 for one night. RIP off. The park is clean, paved, well maintained, green grass, amenities are top notch.
The NEGATIVE, it is like a refugee camp. Packed in like sardines. We have a pull through site that just barely fits our 34 foot trailer. Our slides outs have barely enough room. It's hot and sunny and we can't get our awning out as the spot is so small and a tree in the way. Can't stay hooked up to leave early in the morning etc. Your green area is 8x15/small. It's like RV dealership lot, very lite room. Won't recommend or be back.
July 4, 2023 - reviewed by JWJ
I found the staff bery friendly and helpful. This is an excellent park for big rigs. All the pads and drives are paved and there seems to be plenty of amenities for kids, as there are a bunch of them here. You do hear the traffic on 215 whizzing by, but they can’t do anything about that due to their location. I think there is bery convenient, as you can jump in a thoroughfare close by.
April 18, 2023 - reviewed by Azbirdflies
This park is nice and clean. Staff was helpful and friendly. It is in an industrial area but felt safe. Only drawback is having to drive about 10 minutes to downtown or Bountiful for restaurants and grocery stores. Would stay again if visiting SLC.
August 24, 2020 - reviewed by Christina
Perfect Stop Over For Big Rig
We had to spend a quick night in SLC for a Monday morning meeting and all of the RV park reviews from Provo through salt lake terrified me. So glad we found the pony express! Beautifully built, fully paved and GATED facility- the perfect solution for us. We’re a 45’ class A towing (with 3 large dogs) and we were able to maneuver to an executive pull through space, spend the night, and pull out without dropping our tow. Yes- this is in an industrial area, and close to the highway, but the park was clean, quiet, and safe. We had plenty of room to sit outside at the picnic table and let our dogs out to potty. This will absolutely be our go to park when we have to pass through SLC. My only recommendation is to bring a long sewer hose if your connection is in the middle of the bus like ours because the sewer drop was at the back corner of the bus and we couldn’t reach with one standard hose- but no biggy for a one night stay!
March 3, 2020 - reviewed by moon
Well Maintained, Close To Downtown
Paved campsites, grassy areas next to them. Three bath houses, six shower/bathrooms each. Pool, clubhouse area with a laundromat (undergoing renovations as of March 2020). Campground is near a major freeway, not that loud for most of the sites. There is also a trail that runs past the campground, great for runs or going walking. Has a security gate so only campground residents have access. It is a little pricey, we've stayed here in August 2019 and February/March 2020 to be close to downtown.
November 9, 2019 - reviewed by Zac
Overpriced, smelled like sewage, mosquitos, made me move my truck at night. However it was clean and concrete parking was nice
September 18, 2019 - reviewed by Rick
Nice park everything is great will be back again.
June 25, 2019 - reviewed by Solitude
Centrally located, very large, clean spaces, but a little tight. Amenities; Pool, child play area, chess board, dog park were all grand. Paved streets, concrete pads, full hookups. Only a few long term residents were obvious. Gated facility, but the gates weren't used. Felt safe, but kept the kids very close. We would stay here again.
November 4, 2018 - reviewed by James
Good For A Night
Super clean and nice park. It’s in an industrial area and next to a highway but it’s close to downtown. My only issue was all the long-term people. I get it’s profitable but I’d rather be among other vacationing people rather than permanent nomads.
September 8, 2018 - reviewed by CarDenison
Expensive, and yes, the spaces are tight. However well-maintained grassy areas, dog park, picnic tables, good parking space. Laundry a little small for the size of the park but good washers($2) and dryers($2). Bathrooms are spotless. Staff extremely accommodating. Our cable TV had a snowy picture and our water connection leaked terribly. Both were fixed immediately upon request. Would definitely stay here again if ever in the area.
April 24, 2018 - reviewed by Lookout
Location Lousy. Otherwise Great.
Road noise to the max. In the middle of an industrial park. Lots of nearby construction. Several long term residents and sites are jam packed together. Exceedingly nice staff. Excellent facilities and access to 35 mile bike trail.
April 22, 2018 - reviewed by Riveted gypsies
Easy Access To Highway
I would recommend this for a stop over. It is a safe place with every ammenity. The spots are extremely close so I probably wouldn't stay longer but it is perfect to divide up the drive. Washrooms/ showers are immaculate!
August 27, 2017 - reviewed by ClayandJulia
Great place , looks new well kept , clean shady spaces .
August 26, 2017 - reviewed by Robert Lemons
Very clean nice staff concrete pads but very close together. Would stay again we stayed three nights
August 23, 2017 - reviewed by Rhonda
Great shower facilities, very private. Easy access off fwy. Did smell the refinery a bit. My kids (7 & 5yo) enjoyed the game room, playground and big chess board.
July 30, 2017 - reviewed by Craig
Nice clean and well run rv park.
Nice swimming pool and game room.
Little noisy at night from I15 and I215.
June 15, 2017 - reviewed by Molly and Maggie
We didn't stay because they were full. We were given directions for 2 other sites up the road. She had been monitoring the parks that were close and that had openings. We will definitely try on our next trip.
May 9, 2017 - reviewed by Tim
Spotless grounds, extremely well maintained restrooms, exceptional rec room, large laundry facilities. Just of the highway, but noise is not a problem.
The staff was so cordial and accommodating. We had our daughter and grandchild visit and watched a DVD in the rec room, and the staff let us stay late and let us lock up when we left! A few days later I needed to print out a 32 passage manual on my WDH and they gladly and generously printed a color copy for me. I LOVE THESE GUYS!
I would recommend this park to anyone. Best staff I've come across yet!
Thanks, Pony Express!
May 4, 2017 - reviewed by Sally
September 5, 2016 - reviewed by Arlin
Nice Last Minute Stop!
My hubby and I stayed here for a night on our way up to Yellowstone from California... It was such a nice place to stay. Super clean, quiet, and away from the city's "hustle and bustle". There's a nice walking path alongside the river which was a perfect place to take our dogs for s walk. It's not as cheap as other RV parks, but it's definitely cheap for what you get ($40 something a night for an RV). Staff was friendly and the facilities impeccable. There isn't much to do in the area, there's a Flying J travel plaza within walking distance, which is just a convenience store, Chinese food restaurant and pizza/sandwich shop. I'll definitely stay here again if I'm ever in the area!
May 27, 2016 - reviewed by Ethan
The BEST RV Park I Have Been To
The Best Facilities I've seen with the pool and the concrete RV Park. The Manager is really nice. I recommend this RV park for ANYONE who is looking for a campground in Salt Lake.
October 7, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
GPS: 40.83017, -111.93705
On the Jordan River Parkway Trail
September 28, 2015 - reviewed by Gurleymon
All concrete pads with grass between the sites. Clean facilities, nice staff. BEWARE: The refinery nearby can be very smelly if the wind blows toward the park. Otherwise good place but pricey. Not many options for RV parking so close to downtown SLC.