Stayed one night-$60. Middle of SLC between I15 and I215 just west of downtown. Spaces are close together, many trees though. Hundreds of spots, literally camping with a few hundred of your closest friends :). Clean
Right in town. Lots of shade trees, quiet area not right next to a freeway like most. Clean bathrooms, WiFi worked (not tangonet) T-mobile, Att and Sprint Cells/hotspots worked. Lots of grass for the dogs. Narrow streets between rows of sites can be a bit of a challenge for long coach and toad. Did i mention Shade... I would stay there again, except for the SLC smog. Rivals LA.
This is a busy campground & noisy from the train. Staff was nice but failed to tell about their specials on rates for week stay so when you book you may want to check on this. We were told our 34 class a w/dolly would fit on the site but it did not but they did reassign us right away. Close to everything Would stay again
We stayed here one night only while passing through. Nice grounds with lots of trees and amenities. Sites are close together. It's really big and located by the downtown, which is not our cup of tea, so that is why I do not rate this rv park highly. More of a personal preference. It also seemed like a seedy neighborhood outside the campgrounds. If you like big parks with lots of people, things to do and activity, this is a good campground for you. If you are more into quiet seclusion with more space, this would not be a good choice. Problem is that there are not many choices in the Salt Lake City area. I found that surprising.
Clean showers-nice spots-but have a problem with things being stolen-free shuttle
Great customer service. Paid about $55 for a pull through.
Most expensive KOA in the world!!! Phoned and they said $64 because of the deposit for the second night. Turns out no $64 per night. Felt conned. Avoid
Clean, safe and functional. Has a decent pool and park. Close to the action but feels private
Clean, safe and functional. Has a decent pool and park. Close to the action but feels private. Has full hookups and pull-through sites
This is a very large KOA with all pull through sites. There are some back in's along the fence, but those appear to be seasonal folks. The site we were given wasn't long enough for our 45 ft motorhome and Dodge Ram ... but we could put the Ram on an angle in front of the mh. Good utilities. There is a stream behind the KOA and a gate to go through. Great area to walk the dogs. Path leads down to a city park. Understand there is a big dog park if you kept going .... but we did not go. Took our Havanese dog to Utah Dog Park to get a bath and get nails done. They did a fantastic job! I would stay at this KOA again. Yes, you are close to your neighbor, but can put out awnings. A bit tight to move around a 45 ft motorhome, but doable. Close to downtown.
This is a very large KOA close to downtown SLC. The park is very shady and clean with paved roads. The sites are fairly large, paved and grass between sites. The park was well maintained. Check in was easy with lots of parking for check in. The rate is a little spendy for us but you are paying for location. The neighborhood is industrial but we did not feel at all uncomfortable or threatened. There is a light rail station in front of the park.
The staff is ignorant and not helpful. There is a railroad very close to the campground on which trains are blowing horns all through the night. Sleeping is impossible. We even left early because of this. I send a complaint about this to the campground and KOA: no response at all!! We found a superb campground near Salt Lake City in Heber Valley.
We stayed at the Salt Lake City KOA for two nights. We found the campground to be a wonderful place to stay. The front desk staff were pleasant, knowledgeable, very easy to work with and did an exceptional job getting us checked in. The restrooms were always clean and there was plenty of hot water for showers. The grounds were well maintained, and sites were level. The noise from road traffic, light rail, trains and the airport were almost nonexistent during our stay of course we were in a small hard sided motorhome which may have helped. We stayed here in a Class C motorhome. And as an added bonus the crew from RVwash.com came to our site and did an excellent job cleaning the exterior of our motorhome for a very reasonable fee. They were great!
4th time staying here. Very close to downtown, close to VA hospital ( 15 minutes), and close to LDS family Library. Accommodated many large rigs, ours is a 40 ft 5th wheel. Nice dog area and staff was pleasant on check in. We will go back. Area around KOA, we have been told by SLC residents is sketchy, but we did not have any problems. Heard occasional airplane take off but very quiet most of time. No complaints!
This campground was roomy, clean and friendly. Be ready to negotiate city traffic. Trains roll through all night long with lots of whistles. Not a great night's sleep, but a convenient place to rendezvous with friends you haven't seen in a long time.
I would stay again. Nice place. Wife loves it. Very quiet, nice area for walking the dog. Plenty of grass and trees. Be aware of the very high water pressure. Last time we were here it blew out a brass valve on a neighbors coach.
BIG park. Would be OK but for the $70+ for an overnight stay.
We asked for a pull through because we're just passing through, one night. We didn't want to have to unhook the TOAD. But by the time we got into our spot, in order to reach the sewer, I would have had to buy more sewer hose. No problem with the water and electric, but the sewer is too far.
If you need a nice place this is it. Pool playground!! Laundry rv wash bays they gave what you need. Close to airport very convenient would stay again
Friendly check in asked me if I had any discounts and he found one for me! Quiet campground with lots of trees. Easy to get in and out. My daughter enjoyed an 8:00pm swim in the pool and the park too.
Campers are well behaved. Trains run all night but with both air conditioners on it wasn t troublesome. Stayed here for Young Living convention. Convenient but not cheap, but then nothing is cheap in Salt Lake!
Very disappointed in this KOA. Sites very tight, sewer connection for next site right out my door. Terrible odor and no relief from the office. Trees provide shade but pine sap sticks to everything (dogs feet). At the rate charged, they could surely do better. I will not be back to this KOA in the future. Do not recommend
Stayed one night to drop travel partner at the air port. park was clean and staff was good. Huge RV park, very crowded. I dont think I have ever payed near $80 for a night to camp.