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7 RV Parks near Centerfield, Utah
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Centerfield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Centerfield in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $35.00
This is a great park with a lot of things to do. Easy to access with large paved sites. Each site has its own shelter with picnic table. The staff here are really friendly and helpful. - gadawg
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Our arrival was uneventful. The park is very easy to find and very accessible. Staff was friendly and very welcoming. We had a space near the swimming beach area and the views were spectacular. The park has fishing, they rent out paddle boats and kayaks. There is even a small restaurant a very short walk away that make awesome shakes. We will definitely be back! - Todd and Karen
Apr 2017 - $30.00
We stayed in Wakara back-in site 3 for three nights. Large, level, quiet and beautiful views of the lake and surrounding mountains. We are 63' and could have fit in most sites in this campground. Only cons were low water pressure, and no wifi. Such a peaceful retreat. - barbielab
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Overnighter. Had a pull through with full hook ups, didn't unhook the toad. Fortunately, there were only campers in every other site, so we didn't have a problem with the hook ups being reversed. Nothing special here, but adequate for our need at the time. Verizon hotspot worked good, satellite reception was great. - therealSimpsons
Jul 2018 - $38.00
The Sundance Kid was known to be a bit pickier about his accommodations than Butch Cassidy; so that may explain why the two did not partner up on the name of this RV park. It doesn't meet the Kid's standards. Traveling east or west on I-70 this is a great location to overnight. Otherwise, the park is barely average. The place could use a good sprucing up. At least half of the slots are taken by long termers and those for the short termers are cramped pull-throughs with the rigs essentially sharing one space by facing in opposite directions. It's tight, but manageable and we were able to stay hitched pulling a 30-foot travel trailer with only minor leveling required while sharing the site with a Class A that was still hitched to its TOAD. Both the roads and the sites are gravel, which is thinning in spots. The WiFi works OK but it reaches only a few of the sites closest to the office. So, if you want to use the WiFi, you'll probably have to walk several hundred yards to the office where the unlocked, open 24/7, bathrooms are also located. Hopefully the Sundance Kid will open an RV park in Salina before we come through again. - TravelingTrailer
May 2018 - $30.00
The staff is great and they do a fine job of caring for their customers and keeping the facilities clean and working. The sites are a bit close and kind of rough. WiFi was quite good for an RV park! Not much choice in the area but quiet & OK for an overnight stay. - donleeown
Nov 2015 - $20.00
This is an OK park for an overnight enroute. It is convenient to the freeway and to gas station, convenience store and restaurants. Not too many choices for larger motorhomes, but the hosts are pleasant and cooperative. We'll use this again in the future just for the convenience. Lot spacing is very close with some shade. Site surface is gravel. - Dynotrekker
Sep 2006 - $13.00
This is the worst park we have ever stayed in over many years of rving. The sites were extremely narrow and difficult to enter. Tree limbs hung down into sites, power boxes hanging loose, notes saying sewer does not work. No maintenance of weeds and bushes etc. RV sites right next to auto repair shop. The staff work in gas station convenience store adjoining the park. They know little or nothing about the rv park. We saw most people go back to the store for their money back and leave. When we arrived it was empty and we were able to choose the only site with acceptable power and after many attempts we were able to squeeze in the site. One plus for the Park is that the wifi worked very well. Laundry room and restrooms were grossly unacceptable. We did not feel secure and one of us always stayed with the rv. We would never stay here again and will always warn others to stay away. We paid a lower fee as they welcomed Coast to Coast members as a Good Neighbor Park. We thought we were overcharged. - twosome
Jul 2017 - $48.00
We stayed here 2 nights in a 37' MH. In order to get 50 amp we had to take a site at the back of the park. The lady was rude at check in and they first gave us a site that was occupied. No satellite because of tree cover ..facing the afternoon sun.. dirt road in front of the MH .. etc. etc. I would hardly call this a RESORT by any stretch of the imagination and definitely not worth $47.50 per night. Dirt roads were windy and difficult to navigate in a 37'MH. WiFi was the only good thing about this. We wouldn't stay here again. - Pride5th
Jul 2016 - $19.00
Smooth check in with a pleasant lady. Swimming pool was clean and refreshing. Gravel roads, easy access. Were here only one night and pleased with the park. Shady, quiet. Nice play area for kids. - abqnm
Jul 2014 - $16.00
Our nightly rate is a Passport America discount; The new owners have done an amazing job switching this from a Jellystone Resort to a beautiful place to stay. They are friendly, helpful, and the perfect hosts. They will be reopening the restaurant in the future. Since half of this park is long established, sites with Large established trees and lush grass are available. These are front to front, back to back sites with 20/30 amp full hookups. They have a new 20/50 amp section with Log and Wide sites. Will be wonderful when fully landscaped. This park is on the north side of the Temple. This is a very family oriented park with pool, volleyball, horseshoes. Everyone who RVs in Utah needs to make this a stop! Even if you don't RV, they have a cabin that sleeps 8! If you are going to the pageant next June, make reservations now. - DigMyPast
Jan 2016 - $7.00
I pulled into MG Campground just before the family rush filled it on a mid July Thursday. I was passing through, but it was obvious that this CG was a destination for family's with young children. I loved to see all the kids playing and having a good time, though I was by myself. It made it a lively, fun afternoon and early evening to see all the kids having such a good time, up and down the interior road. The shouting and laughter of the kids was music to old ears. Less thrilling was the constant drone of a generator, which gratefully ceased by eight in the evening.
New, solid tables made cooking outside easy, as well as the shade from multiple trees offered relief from the sun. No bugs, flies or mosquitos.
This is a gem of a FS CG, and if you are fortunate enough to qualify for a senior access pass, $7.50 is a bargain. No showers, electricity, and vault toilets, and if that is not an obstacle you will surely enjoy it. Thursday through the weekend seem to be the busy time, no brainer there.
I returned later in early August on a Tuesday and found the CG nearly deserted, with only 2 or 3 sites occupied. If you are arriving toward the weekend, get there early, say mid-afternoon, and you will likely get a spot. Later than that is problematical. - Corno1
Sep 2014 - $8.00
This is a gem. Road in from hwy 50 is paved but a bit rough in spots. Internal roads and sites are paved and well kept. Lots of trees as the name implies. Campground is nestled up to the bottom of a red rock cliff. Small stream running through. Not many large sites but a good mix and all have pretty good privacy. One pull through. Pit toilets were a bit smelly but clean. Price reflects senior pass rate. - oldmac
Jul 2012 - $15.00
Forest Service CG that is a great little gem. No hookups, but well worth boon docking for. Easy access from Hwy 50, and the sound of the creek was very relaxing. The creek runs though the CG with mostly well shaded sites. A few sites overlook the valley and have morning sun. Kids had a blast and this was an over nighter for us, but we will return for a longer stay. Toilets were vault, but OK and useable. - steammaker
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Stayed for a week in early/mid September. Other than the technically off-duty host and the occasional overnighter, we've had the place to ourselves. I'll echo the previous review that we've felt completely safe here. It's a very quiet and peaceful location. It gets fairly windy every day, starting from the east and swinging around west. The lake is nothing but some meandering streams and there are cows grazing in the lakebed, but it offers a unique beauty. It's super dark at night and the Milky Way is already visible in twilight. Groceries are available about 15 minutes to the south and 20 minutes to the north. Sites have 30/50 and water but only the host site has sewer. Dump station is functional and convenient. Sites 7, 8 and 9 are doubles that cost twice as much, which is not readily apparent until you open the envelope box to pay. I would say 12 (pull-thru) has one of the best views. - Brad & Angela
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Although the lake is very low this time of year, the sunsets over the surrounding mountains are spectacular. Our site had a great view, was reasonably level and easy to access. There were a handful of people camped in another area of the park, and when we left it appeared someone was doing their laundry at the dump station, but overall it felt safe despite no attendant or camp host. - rfarkle
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This park is one of the best laid out parks we have ever encountered. Almost every site will accommodate a big rig and they are very easy to access. One thing to note is that the Utah Parks website and the sign at the highway entrance both proclaim full hook up sites available. They seem to regard electric and water as full hook up as only the camp host site has sewer. This is not a problem if you are only staying a night or two or arrive off season and are the only rig in the camp as we were and are willing to pay the extra $10 for the host site, which we weren't. The lake was empty and we were the only ones in the campground. - KiwiRVer
Aug 2017 - $25.00
This is a beautiful site. Very quiet, clean and level. Right on the reservoir. Wish we could have stayed longer. - W Davidson
Aug 2017 - $30.00
I stayed here two nights in site 12 while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. The good -- it is not far off Interstate 15, it is on a lake, the sites are quite spacious with grass and shade trees and sheltered patios and graveled tent pads, and dogs are allowed on the beach and in the lake. The bad -- the park is very poorly laid out. There is a one way loop with pull through sites and back in sites on both sides. If I'd pulled into my pull through site following the loop my door would have been facing the road and the hookups would have been on the wrong side. The camp host who came by said to do a U-turn and come up the wrong way on the loop which is what virtually everyone else had done. I did it and rangers yelled at me for "not following the arrows." The camp host said he would straighten them out. Some back in sites have similar issues. Other than the backwards issue my site was excellent. It also didn't help that I arrived Sunday afternoon when the day use folk were leaving -- and the day use area is inside the campground and on the one way loop. As I said -- poorly laid out. The lake is very low -- 18% capacity -- and they closed 2/3rds of the boat ramp during my stay. We had severe wind storms both days I was there -- be very careful with your awnings. Verizon was okay. Water and electric worked fine. The dump station is across the road and perfect. I didn't use the restrooms. Price does not reflect $8 reservation fee. There are ATV trails and a hiking trail that starts at the dump station. The beach and lake were virtually deserted early in the morning and at dusk. There is a camp store that rents all kinds of lake stuff. - SoloRed
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Had to turn the RV around to get hookups on the right side. It wasn't pretty but I got there. Easy off the hwy and roads are excellent. But far enough for minimal road noise. Put Yuba State Recreation area into your GPS to get here or you may end up at the south campground. Grass was well kept and wonderful. The lake was clean and dogs are allowed to swim. It was an easy walk down from the campsites to the lake. Connectivity was great. Verizon was 40+ d/l, ATT 5. Tmobile voice was usable but data not. OTA pulled in a couple of network channels and some fillers. The nearest Walmart is an hour drive. There's some small grocery here but I didn't go to it. Other than that, there's nothing out here. So kick back and relax at the lake for a week. They have onsite jetski, kayak, paddleboard, and boat rentals. The lake is clean and crisp. It's a wonderful campground. Site accessibility (site pull in was backwards) - 3 Campground location (Easy off the hwy, out in the middle of nowhere) - 3 Nearby amenities (1 hr to walmart. Local small grocery) - 2 Site Privacy (large sites, good privacy) - 4 Campground amenities (30 amp W/E, individual bathrooms/showers/jet ski/boat/kayak rentals onsite) - 4 Dog friendly (Dogs allowed on beach) - 4 Activities (Water sports, ATV, good bike trails) - 4 Cost ($30/night for W/E, no cable) - 3 Staff friendliness (Friendly and maintains sites and facilities) - 4 Connectivity (Excellent Verizon, decent ATT, Tmobile voice only, a couple of OTA channels) - 4 Total rating = 3.5. - Jessie1975