August 14, 11:30am - reviewed by Camper 1
Great pk plenty of room, clean and keep up, shade trees help. After all you are in a desert area it was hot. No problem with noise.
July 25, 3:13pm - reviewed by Janet
Sites were too close together. A family not far from us had a bike stolen. Wouldn't stay here again.
April 2, 11:26am - reviewed by R.Elder
Got lost and was getting late, found them on my camp site app. Pulled in and they where very accommodating
Stayed the one night.
October 16, 5:33pm - reviewed by John Sears
Very Decent Park
The park is old and we'll established. It is layed out very well, and handles big rigs easily. As Salt Lake City continues to grow rapidly, traffic can be troublesome in the down town area. And, even though KOA parks are generally pricy, this one takes a red ribbon. (The blue ribbon goes to Linde's Landing KOA in Billings MT.)
Wi fi was set up peculiarly, but worked okay most of the time. Park television cable service is minimal, and due to LOTS of mature shade trees, satellite reception is iffy. We may stay here again, and we may not.
September 20, 2:59pm - reviewed by Eleanor
Large park. Paved streets. Well maintained. Conveniently located across the street from the light rail so we could easily travel to downtown.
September 12, 9:04pm - reviewed by Andrea
DO NOT TENT CAMP HERE!
I can not stress to you enough how little sleep you will get!
Our tent site is separated from a well travelled sidewalk and busy street by a mere hedge.There are low flying helicopters and continuous air traffic from a nearby airport.There are TRAINS,because well...someone thought having 99% of KOA Campgrounds within hearing distance of trains whistling all night long was a swell idea.
There are semi's going by 20 feet from our heads,noisy campers,motorcycles revving nearby and freeway noise.
Also,if you have dogs or kids the tent sites are dusty and dirty with small bits of trash and cigarette butts everywhere and patchy grass.If you require darkness to sleep don't even bother as this place is very well lit.On the plus side the bathrooms and pool are nice and the staff is friendly but make no mistake,IT IS TOO NOISY HERE!
In their defense the gal who took our reservation did tell us it was noisy here,AFTER she took our reservation...
July 22, 10:17am - reviewed by Dayna
The KOA is very nice , not in the greatest area . keep everything locked up ! we had just unlocked our bikes and one was stolen .
July 21, 11:18pm - reviewed by Jodee DiGiovanni
Worth The Money
As others stated, clean and well kept. All paved and well marked roads and sites. We had grass, shade trees, a picnic table and full hookup. The Wi-Fi and tv worked fine. Helpful staff even though they were usually very busy. They led us to our site and had a handy man stop to help us with a problem with our RV. The convenience store was neat, stocked and clean. The fenced, and faux grass (never muddy) dog play area was a nice place to play with the dog. This is a very easy access to the area attractions. We were in the back and didn't hear traffic or trains. The pool looked nice and was being very well enjoyed by many other campers. We stayed here July, 2017, and we will come back next time through.
May 7, 8:03pm - reviewed by Mike W
Decent sites. Helpful staff. Good WiFi. Pretty good location. Asked about military discount, which I'm eligible for.
April 24, 5:58am - reviewed by Bennett
Nice And Clean!
Very pricey! Very well managed and clean park! With that being said just know there is a train that goes by often. We can't hear it moving on the tracks but only when the horn is being used; thus is why we always travel with earplugs [ensure a better night's]
January 17, 7:37pm - reviewed by Mschirber
Clean park, friendly staff, clean bathrooms and showers. The pool was closed for the winter, but the hot tub was open. Easy access to the city.
November 17, 7:55pm - reviewed by Chris Barnes
Clean park with a concrete pad! Located just from the city and tram stations.