This campground is set up for A TV users. That said we stayed 2 nights in late spring when it was still cold and the campground was almost empty. The sites are large, well spaced and most are shaded. There is water available, just not at the site. Bathroom, with running water was clean. The one mile, dirt access road was also well maintained. Views are great, museum staff very helpful and friendly.
The Sam Stowe campground has full hookups.... water, electric and sewer at each site. Bathrooms and shower house were impressively clean(pay showers). Beautiful views, petroglyphs within campsite. Extremely friendly and resourceful camp host. Stayed two nights, small museum but very informative. Would definitely stay again !!!
Sevier, UT - Fremont Indian State Park This is a beautiful state park. We stayed at the Castle Rock Campground in site 14 for 2 nights in early June 2018. The site was primitive but had a lovely view of the castle rocks and privacy between sites. It was very quiet. Across the road was a source for potable water and the camp host sold firewood. There were bathrooms close by but we did not check them out. Cost was $18 per day. Verizon cell service was good. OTA digital TV found nothing.