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8 RV Parks near Gunnison, Utah
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gunnison. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gunnison in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $30.00
Wakara 17 was only site in this park campground without sewer. Easy to find off Highway 89, interior roads easy to navigate and well marked. All reservations done online, thus the Park Office was unmanned during the week this time of year. Our reservation tag was posted on office door. Very few weekday RVs, but on the weekend the park was full. Lots to do and remember to bring your fishing pole. Do your grocery shopping in Gunnison, not Manti. Lovely golf course. Super friendly and helpful park staff. Ate a nice dinner in the restaurant. Watch for Osprey and listen for Loons! - LakeGirl
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
Aug 2019 - $35.00
This was our second time here, and it's obvious management isn't doing anything other than basic maintenance. The place is slowly deteriorating, and it does have potential, despite its remoteness. Bathrooms clean and serviceable. They take full payment before you even check -in, and have a lot of rules. On Fri and Saturday, you may hear a blaring microphone from the fairgrounds nearby. The main clientele are ATV folks, and things can get a bit dusty on the weekends when they're often coming and going. - Diesel24J
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
May 2019 - $36.00
Great park for overnight (or longer). Nice pull thru long enough to keep toad hooked up and still get hookups easily. Hookups are on drivers side. Great water pressure! Don't know what previous reviewer had problem with. Some full timers but everyone was quiet and area is neat and clean. Lovely area for playground and tent sites. Wonderful laundry. Washers $1.50, dryers .25 for 7.5 minutes. Rec room. They even have a pool opening on June. We would definitely stay here again. - webbsafari
May 2019 - $10.00
Pros: Level Site, water pressure and power good. Good Verizon and AT&T coverage. Cons: Poor gravel coverage on site and roads, constant barrage of dust from vehicles driving by, loud road noise day and night, lots of sketchy looking permanent residents with run down RV's that have not moved in years, does not look like anyone ever cleans up after themselves. Next site over had old corncobs and steak bones. Very crummy site layout where your neighbor's RV was a few feet from yours with doors facing, and could not put out awnings. There were barking dogs including two roaming dogs that were manager's critters. Had to trim trees that were brushing against RV rear and side. - Scuba Rock
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
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
Jun 2019 - $35.00
25 mi N of Nephi the State Pk book says I-15 exit 188 or Exit 202. If you are coming here DO NOT get of exit 202. If you do you will have to go on a dirt road for about 10 -12 miles & hopefully it has not been raining otherwise you could get stuck going that way. Go a little out of the way to exit 188 & come in from Hwy 28 which is a nice 2 lame blacktop rd. We got off exit 202 & ended up going on this dirt road which the book says nothing about or how long you need to go on it. I even called the pk thinking we took wrong road from exit but was told not said to keep coming that the road is a dirt road. Both MH & car were full of dust. At least the park is a beautiful place. We are on site 30 in the Painted Rock section. Most sites are backin, some pull throughts, 30/50 A elec. & water, no sewer but there is a dump station, rate is $30. sites & rds are blacktop there is a cement patio with a lg metal table & canapy, grill table & fire ring. Plenty of grass, walking distance to beach & boat ramp. Quiet pk, busy on weekends. Sites are reservable. Sites 25- 31 have a view of the lake. There are toilets here but no showers. Beautiful campground, staying a few night, will come back again if in area. It does get windy late afternoons so be careful if you leave an awning out. - 2GermanAmericans
May 2019 - $33.00
The camp host was awful. We ended up leaving 2 days early. And there is no way to get money refunded. When we showed up the campground was empty. He started yelling at us for our dogs and also why we don't have our camp ticket on the window. They charged us 15.00 a car for extra parking. This was the worst campground and host I have ever delt with. - Fawnmastdane
May 2019 - $30.00
We followed our GPS and exited at 188 from I-15. We followed the signs within the campground. The road to painted rocks was undriveable! In fact we met a family that spent the night in the middle of the road the night before! This same family helped pull us out of the clay/ mud! When we become stuck. When we arrived at painted rocks we were met by a smiling camp host (He saw it as funny. Our truck and camper was a mess!) we spent a 1 hour at the dump trying our best to clean off the clay. After that the hosts were not seen at all! We stayed over Memorial Day weekend. There were dogs off leash, trash left on the beach( very sad) as it's a beautiful area. Not sure what the host do except change the signs on sites before you even leave. Worst experience we've had in Utah. We won't be back. Only come in highway 28 from north or south. - MLewisS
Jun 2019 - $8.00
There is a long, narrow road leading to this Forest Service camp, and we were a little nervous about it, but the campground was there at the end. The rate is $15 a night but we have the senior park pass, so it was $7.50, a super good deal. There were plenty of level spaces that were long enough for our 37' motorhome, and there was a lovely little creek only a short way from our camp space. Our grandkids were delighted to play in it. even though the water was icy. Maple Grove was a delightful find that we all enjoyed very much. Don't lose heart about the narrow little road leading you through the scrub brush. You will get there eventually and be very pleased with discovering such a little gem of a campground. - Gerry Brentnall
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
Sep 2019 - $35.00
This is a nice park. Well kept and pretty with grass, asphalt (to park on), nice picnic tables etc. The only reason I gave it a 2 is because health department has WARNED people to not let there dogs swim in the lake due to the blue green algae bloom that is deadly to dogs. I brought one of my three dogs who loves water down to the shore. She waded in belly deep, drank two big gulps of water and as I was on the shore I noticed bright greenish blue stuff dried on the rocks (picture included). Googled and found it it one of 12 lakes that tested positive. I immediately rinsed her off gave her fresh water, then went up to the host and asked him if he knew anything about this which he said he did and that there are signs posted. I went back to the check-in area which was unmanned the whole time we were there and there is indeed a small sign 8 1/2 x 11 below waist height (picture included) The reason this was not noticed is because it is not at eye level, it is very small and among other signs. also, when you come in from a long day of driving your first thought is trying to figure out how much the sites are, which direction do you need to go, who to write the check to, where to pay the check, etc. It is my opinion that something this dangerous should be much larger and more attention brought to it. The camp host told me it is the county health department who is responsible for the signs. I think it falls on BOTH to notify their campers. I am from Washington state and there have been quite a few dogs in our state and other states that have died from this. - Triple D
Jul 2019 - $39.00
I had such high hopes for this State Park; but alas, this stay was a disappointment. First: Verify your map program takes you to I-15 Exit 202, Yuba State Park, if you attempt to take Exit 207 (thanks Garmin), you will have to drive over a rough gravel road. Second: we disconnected our tow truck for easier entrance into the park (several 90º turns at the entrance) and were charged an extra $15/day for the truck, after speaking with the park supervisor the next day, he refunded the 2 day total of $30 (thanks!). Third: Sites are not well marked. Fourth: Our site was not level, high in the rear, so our front jacks were fully extended. Fifth: Although the website does not mention available water, there are spigots at a few sites (not ours). Sixth: Electricity was terrible. Our surge protector registered Reversed Polarity at the pole. The incoming voltage varied greatly throughout the 2 day stay; it varied from 119 down to 108 incoming voltage. Little things: lots of big black flies. The shade tree on our site is dead and gives Zero shade. Pack your provisions before coming here - no food or gas for 30+ miles away.
Now for the Pros: Very quiet and DARK at night! Lots of opportunities to star-gaze. Nice setting with many trees and great views of the lake from our site. There is grass at each site (with a sprinkler system - why doesn’t every site have water then?). A wind blew most of the time to keep you a bit cooler (98º the first day!). - CorgiGirl
May 2019 - $25.00
If possible I want to explain that the Yuba Lake SP also has "beach camping". No hookups--just dry camping. We stayed essentially on the sandy and dirt beach area in the very-few-trees area. 99% of the area has not tall vegetation. We had a pleasant experience. Mostly had the place to ourselves. The Oasis campground with hookups was full. People stay on the beach in the summer because they can pull their boats onto the shore and play in the water. There are no marked or official sites. It was somewhat dusty and breezy. In early May it was cool air temperature and cold water. The $25 camping fee is on the steep end for not getting much. We did enjoy our stay there. This whole part of Utah around the reservoir is quite arid. In the summer it will be hot with reasonably warm water. It often gets windy with dust blowing sometime during the day/afternoon. Lots of people, partying, boating, etc. during the summer. - DandW