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3 RV Parks near East Carbon City, Utah
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of East Carbon City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near East Carbon City in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $20.00
Rate is based upon a weeks stay. Yes its a dumpy little campground adjacent to a typical roadside motel - BUT - the motel has a nice, clean indoor pool (maintained at 89F), and a cafe that serves a GREAT breakfast and good dinner (with prices reminiscent of 20 years ago.) The staff is friendly and accommodating and the electric works, the water is fine and the sites have sewer. Yes, the concrete pads are in need of repair, yes the weeds grow wherever and the immediate scenery is non-existent, but, the location - proximity to Price and the recently rebirthed Helper is excellent. This could also serve as a launch point for the San Rafael Swell and other natural sites in the region. - alansills
Jun 2018 - $24.00
This small facility is run by the National 9 Inn, next door. The lady who checked us in was friendly and the price was okay. It appears to cater to contractors working the area. The grass was brown, the concrete pads were broken but it was a pull thru and safe for an overnight. It's better than stopping on the side of the road. - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Jun 2018 - $22.00
If you're looking for a spot half-way between SLC and Arches National Park, you'll have to decide between Helper, Price or Wellington. Wellington is the closest to the Arches. There are 5 sites closest to the Motel, the rest appear to be occupied by "permanent" residents. This isn't a "resort" it's just a place to stay, in your RV, overnight, or use as a base of operation for local tourism. There is a pool in the motel, and a roughly 50' x 50' grass area with a picnic table adjacent to the RV Sites. When we came in, we were given the site closest to the grassy area. There was one motorhome immediately adjacent to us. The remainder of the spaces were marked with an X on the motel lobby spot assignment sheet. I don't know the meaning of that. We were given #1 and other camper who had arrived before us had Space #2. Others were empty. we were sandwiched between the playground fence and the other RV and couldn't extend our awning completely without hitting the adjacent motorhome. Our slides extended to within 20" of the fence on the other side. - Richbald
Jul 2019 - $39.00
This place isn't all that bad if you just need a place to stop for the night. It's nothing but a big gravel lot with hookups. It's in an unappealing location. - Rver at heart
Apr 2019 - $36.00
This was an over night stay between where we broke an axle just out of Green River - on our way up to Whistler. We had to park by the road on 191 over night while my husband fixed the wheel and axle. That entire route up on 191 to 15 wasn;t bad for stopping along the way and staying off the road side but we need a spot to check things out and Price was a good spot. This rv spot is just off the higway and behind the hotel, very carefully pull around back and choose a pull thru for the over night. Yes it is very tight and barely get the slides out but what more do u need for an over night. Lots of stuff in walking distance which always helps when traveling thru. The other places like in Wellington were much less appealing. I would stay here again while traveling thru if the timing was convenient. Cell for Verizon was good and we watched Dish so that worked just fine (no real trees). We streamed on cell to watch netflix and that worked well too. - FrancisandRenee
Feb 2018 - $30.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 2 nights in a site for big rigs. The lady at the front desk was very nice, but at $29 a night, this RV park was overpriced. Due to the time of year there was no water and no way to fill up our tanks. Fortunately we knew this ahead of arriving and had filled-up our fresh water tank before leaving our last site. This is a very small RV park located at the rear of the Legacy Inn. The entrance into the park is via a driveway located on the left side of the motel. This driveway looks really narrow, but we got thru okay with our 37-foot motor coach. I don't think anything bigger (towing a toad) would get thru without scraping. From the appearance of the motel rain gutters I'd guess they've been hit several times, so drive slowly. The sites are fairly level, gravel, but very dusty. However dust is better than mud! Nine sites were pull-thru, and the rest are back-in sites. There is a skinny tree between each of the pull-thru sites but no space for a table or even a chair. Sites are so narrow that two rigs with slides next to each other would probably touch. We were there in February so the park was almost empty (only a handful of full timers were there). No playground, no dog park, no grass, and your view is a dirt and gravel pit. There is no place outside to relax! Price, Utah has a couple other RV parks, but they are not any better. This is a good place if you are just spending one night. However, if you have a big motorcoach (and it's been raining) you might get stuck if you go into a pull-thru site. - JDC10
Jun 2019 - $35.00
This is an older RV park, but there is no shortage of friendliness and helpfulness here. The owner of the park is the definition of the perfect host. When road construction made us unsure how to get to the park, a staff member came to us and guided us to the park! She was so helpful regarding places to see in the area, and she even gave us a jar of homemade jam! This is, by far, the friendliest RV park we have visited. - LB Rohn
Jul 2018 - $35.00
There's not much available in the Price area, so had to take what was available. It's a small park, maybe 20 or so spaces. Manager(s) were friendly and helpful. Park is run down but probably had no "run up" from which to come from. Most residents are long term but they've take about a half dozen back in spots in the middle of the park and turned them into pull thru's. It'll do for an overnighter. - wow
May 2018 - $35.00
Location is convenient off the highway. There is traffic on one side and train tracks on the other. It had dirt roads with gravel pads and full hookups. No Wi-Fi, showers, or bathrooms. Its a place to stop and sleep and dump tanks. The price is high for what you get. - whizbang