This is a really nice park, level lots and lots of bathrooms. It snowed about eight inches while I stayed there and they had the majority of the snow removed before lunch and spent the next few days making sure it was safe to walk and drive around the park. It was during the off season when I used the park, and the spots are close together, so during the peak season I hope you like being right on top of your neighbors.
Lots of silly rules that aren't enforced anyway, which is one of my pet peeves. There is a dog fenced area, but it is not on the info they give you. I found it by hearing about it. We had a 30 foot motorhome and a Smart car, so there was plenty of room length wise, but the sites are narrow. Yes, there is grass, but apparently you can't use it because of the rules (vague and hard to enforce). Yes, there are trees. It's just hard to feel openness with the slide of the person next door over your picnic table. A bit of noise from the highway, but that doesn't bother me. We like to put a dog fence around the stairs so they feel like they can come and go, but that's not allowed either. Come on, plant some sturdy grass and let me use it. Geez.
Very nice park with good pool and super playground for the kids. Pleasant staff. Tight spots but extremely level. No dog park, but lots of doggie baggies and receptacles. Clean restrooms and showers. Noisy freeway 215. No issue with nearby refineries. Easy on and off to get to attractions down in SLC.
Nice park. Very well maintained and clean. There IS a fenced in dog run. Would stay here again. We stayed in a 45 ft motor home and had plenty of room.
This park is only about 5 miles N of downtown (we stay at the KOA downtown when visting that area) but this park is an excellent, very new, RV park in the SLC area. The sites are perfect, flat, wide, concret sites with not a tree in site. Might not be the best mid-Summer location unless all of your A/C units are working very well. Other than this, I really cannot find a single thing bad to say about this park.
All the amenities you need including a fenced in dog run. A place we'd be glad to visit again.
We have stayed here on numerous occasions heading north or south to/from our home in Idaho. A very nicely laid out park with very clean and private restrooms/showers. One of our top 10 parks to camp.
We've stayed here several times in the last few years since our son and his family live nearby. Pros - very clean, good power and water pressure, gated, reasonable drive to downtown, cookies upon arrival. Very easy freeway access. Cons - if the wind is blowing in the wrong direction, there is a terrible odor. No fenced dog run. Mosquitos. Tight spots. Odd layout for some RVS with the sewer connection at the rear of the lot which requires 20-25 feet of sewer hose.
This really is a great place to stay. All of the staff were very friendly and helpful. I am traveling with my aunt and disabled uncle. They were even willing to come to our trailer and pick him up and give him a ride to the showers. The park is very clean. The spaces could be a bit bigger but we're fine. The only really bad thing I could say would be about the showers. They were extremely hot inside, the one I was in had no place for me to put my clothes, only had hooks. But the water pressure is awesome. I would highly recommend this place.
Easy access from I15 via 215 airport exit. Well laid out, good space between the sites, level concrete pads, far enough away from the hwy to where the noise is minimal. Good dog park and nice playground for kids. Gated access, well lite at night. RV service available next door. We stayed here in a 43' mh with a toad in a 60' space and had plenty of room.
Paved pads, grass in-between and small shade trees. Showers are hit with plenty if water and Wi-Fi is strong enough to download (but not to stream) we bad a slight sewer smell around us , that proba ly was due to a campers hose not being air tight, and the close xway was a little nosiy with Windows open. But over all a very nice place.
Very nice place with friendly staff. Has all the amenities. However it's like one big parking lot and not many trees. Nice scenery with the mountains. Sewage dump on each individual campsite is at the very end of the lot where for sewage hoses cannot reach so you need to go buy more sewage hoses.
Great facilities. Two minuses: They put everyone on the side closest to the highway and it's noise. The wifi was abysmal. Spent a half hour with a tengo tech trying to connect before. Thankfully I am on vacation but I choose the site and pay extra for Wifi so be warned if this is essential for you.
PRO: All sites are concrete with grassy areas between. I was given (site 22) pull-thru with plenty of room for my 42' 5th wheel and truck. Park is really nice and well kept. Great Wi-fi and open to use your dish. Would stay here again for sure. CON: Traffic noise from the HWY.
Level concrete sites w/ small grass lawns. Gated entry. One of the nicest parks we've ever stayed. Had knee replacement in SLC so we stayed here for 2 months until I could drive again.
Convenient location north of SLC, although it's in an industrial area so don't expect stores or restaurants. Only 10 minutes to downtown and easy access to the freeway. The park is very clean and orderly with concrete pads and grass between each site. We didn't notice the highway noise. It's definitely the nicest park close to SLC.
Laundry facilities are not big enough for the amount of spots. If you stay here be careful of the power connections. We had a 100 degree day and my power was resetting every 15 minutes. They sent the park maintenance guy over and when I told him that I was getting 105 and 107 on my lines, he tried to blow smoke up my rear about RV parks not the same as a house and that was a normal output and did nothing till late that evening after I had plugged into the plug on another spot! It is now working, but this could have really hurt my unit. I have been a full time camper now for 5 years and I know that 104 and lower will ruin your AC. Luckily I have a progressive monitor that saved me! The people parked next to me told me that this had been a problem at this site before (33B)! The rest of the stay has been great! Very well laid out park. Nice and quiet! One other thing, be ready to have a 40 foot run for electric and about 30 foot for waste water!
Nice park for a stop over location. I don't think I would stay here for an extended period. Layed out like it used to be a trailer park that has been converted to an RV park. Sites are concrete and level with a picnic bench, power, and some grass. Close to the freeway so a fair amount of road noise. Very nice clubhouse, pool, and shower. Very nice staff.
We stayed here in our fifth wheel and really enjoyed the park. Clean and well maintained with a very friendly staff.
Nice enough place on the surface, as you arrive, but after a while.....you realize it is next to the freeway in a very industrial part of SLC, so there is heavy truck noise night and day, and since it is right at an intersection, lots of braking and acceleration of big trucks. Then there is the Moto-cross track next door, where motorcycle daredevils try to jump obstacles, climb hills and make lots and lots of noise, particularly on weekends. Then when you get to your spot, you will realize there is NO space to park your tow vehicle and you MUST park it at the ends of the rows, big park, long walk. Then you park and realize your picnic dinner will be right on top of your neighbor’s sewer hookup, not good. Very, very tight spots. Then, if you are lucky, you get to meet the rude park staff, who have a lot of rules to explain to you, because you thought you were enjoying the day, but they want to disturb you and enforce their many rules. Will not be going back, too e pensive, too noisy, too crowded and too many rules. $50 per day for a 25’ RV.
I stop by there a few times office staff has always been rude we camp host all over utah and dring winter i wanted a place close to dauther that has alot medical issues cancer 3 times. Wouldnt go back again we drive 45 min now just wanted to be closer
Enjoyed staying here, nice facilities, a little packed in, but very clean.
This was a nice place. It was clean and staff was friendly. It is a bit always (15 min) from Salt Lake but for the price it was good. Site length was good. Would come Back again.
All concrete pads. Lots of grass. Next to trail system. They dont do monthlys during certain times. Not many places in area.
Have you heard, "any port in a storm" this describes Pony Express. If you are going to stay in Salt Lake City, it's either here or the KOA. Spots are tight, front desk is rude, train, freeway, and big semi noise. Close to Salt Lake City gasoline refineries so when the wind is just right, pew! Mosquitoes are large and plentiful in late spring and fall. Again... If you must stay in Salt Lake City, this is about as good as it gets. But it is not typical of what Utah has to offer.
Clean, well maintained rv park. Easy to get to. Nice clubhouse with pool. Sites are large and paved, pretty views and lots of trees and grassy areas. Only con I could see was you do hear some highway noise. I would return.
It's nicely maintained and very pretty. The concrete pullthru spaces include a picnic table and a paved parking space for your toad, if needed. You will end up glamping about 20 feet from the guys next to you. Be cautious when pulling onto the pad; the utilities are in a cute kiosk looking like a light house, but each is just a few inches too high to clear the extension slides on most coaches that we saw.
A very busy RV park that is well maintained and pretty to look at, however the sites are very narrow and I felt right on top of my next door neighbors. Took two tries to park my rig so my slide would not intrude on neighbor's patio area. Pad to park my tow vehicle was useless as my car blocked the steps to my RV door, so I parked in front of my rig. Full hookup was fine, and WIFI was acceptable. There simply is no room to do anything at your site and I missed being able to put my chairs out for outdoor socializing. I felt it was over-priced for what you get, and really nothing in the area for entertainment or food. Don't think I would return to this park, but your choices in the area are practically none.
This is a very clean and well maintained park. The office staff is very pleasant and helpful. I read all the reviews about how noisy the road is and I don't find it to be any issue at all. The sites are very close, but most privately owned parks are. I've been here visiting family for 6 weeks and I'd definitely stay again any time I'm visiting Salt Lake City.
My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights this week. This park is very well kept and offers so much for its campers. We did not have 1 issue. The ladies in the office are so helpful and friendly. Upon registering they give you a little bag with 2 of the best cookies ever. They also have a bowl of delicious salt water taffy on the counter. The grounds are clean, dog park was nice for little breeds to be off leash and run. The large breed dog park is being constructed right now We will stay here again for sure
A very nice RV park conveniently located in Salt Lake City just off the freeway. The easy access to I-215 makes it easy to get around the area. The sites in the park are mostly pull through. Each site has a concrete pad for parking with a small grass area with a picnic table. The park has multiple restrooms and showers located around the park, a clubhouse and a nice small pool area. The wifi worked decently and the staff was very nice during our check in.