This is a true gem of a park! Discovered by needing a place to tie-down overnight, it was beautifully set in a grove of trees and was very peaceful. Manager was very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable.
Clean. Well kept. Quiet area nested in the trees and surrounded by the Weber River. Swim in the river, and fish right in the campground. Bathroom and Shower onsite. Full hook ups. Grassy, shaded tent spots. Lots of trees around the trailer sites as well. Friendly and helpful owner. Bridge is noisy to cross, but sturdy and wide enough very very large motorhomes had no problem crossing.
Didn't know what to expect, and yes, the bridge is daunting (skinny) but ever so safe, and when you pull in you're greeted by green grass and lovely trees. Robert the manager is very accommodating- saw me going the wrong way on the highway, called me and redirected me. Then when I arrived he met me and led me to my space. Perfect customer service!
July, 2016 in a 40' rv. Very small & not well-kept. Cross iffy bridge to enter. Grass pads, needed mowed. No amenities. No $ invested here for long time. Some shady characters as no park rules. Helpful mgr, though. Easy off/on I-84.
Small park but we'll spaced out lots. Lots of full timers but had no problem getting a last minute space. Lovely grass area, close to river. Owner is very accommodating, saw me driving through town and called to direct me in
Manager was very nice but could only reach him by phone. Many negatives ... shabby and small, restrooms and showers were in an old railroad boxcar and they were closed, no office, no signs, barely made it across a tiny bridge, so limited we could not stay. Money wasted. We almost dis not find it ... nice people but that is all.
This is not a good place to stay. 20 minutes after we set up the guy across the street came and took our picnic table. Trains run all night. Sites are not marked well. Slept with one eye open and luckily nothing was taken. Won't be back.