Previous review was accurate and price with discount was $18 for electric and water. It's very basic and clean, no frills needed for this overnight stay.
Nothing real fancy but a nice quiet place in Fillmore, UT, less than a mile off I-15. Surrounded by homes and horse pastures. Minimal highway noise. Owners are a very friendly young couple who bought it in 2013 and are making improvements. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained. Laundry has brand new washers and dryers. Lots of trees in the area, but not on all of the sites. Total 30 pull thru's. IMO sites 18,19,20,21 are best. They are shaded, about 75' length, but have only 30 amp. Sites 44-55 have no shade but have 30/50 amp and are huge -- 100'. All sites have cable TV and wi-fi, both worked fine while we were here. Town of Fillmore is historic and has a museum housed in the building that was the original capitol of the Utah Territory. Well worth seeing. The best grocery is Duane's. There's a True Value Hardware, Liquor store, drug store. Overall, no complaints and a very comfortable stopover! We stayed here in a 35'motor home. They honor Good Sam and Passport America.
Don't stop here. Sites are level and looks ok but their system is messed up. I pulled into my site. And started to hook up. Receptacle had a 30 amp plug with a 50 amp breaker. When I brought this to the owners attention he said "its fine, you are still getting 125." Showed me he did not have a clue. After looking at a few other sites and they were also all messed up, they found one with a 30 receptacle and a 30 amp breaker. I plugged in and found that I was only getting 17amps, obviously only wired fo 20. He then said he could give me a site with a 30 receptacle and a 40 amp breaker. I declined and requested a refund. His wife said " You are the only one who has bitched about it". Very professional! I nicely told them they really needed to have an electrician look at the whole system and they still think there is nothing wrong. I have been full timing for over a year and have never seen such a mess and such ignorance. I went down the street to the KOA, which was delightful