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12 RV Parks near Hanna, Utah
Jul 2016 - $18.00
We stayed here for a family camping/get together.
The park has 2 pull thru sites and the rest are back in.
All sites have a fire pit and picnic table. Fire wood is available from the camp host.
No firewood is allowed to be brought in as the concern for bark bettles which is evident in the surrounding trees.
Close to Trial Lake, Lost Lake and Mirror. Fishing was good.
Fishing at the time we were there was great. - donee
May 2018 - $30.00
When we arrived at this gem hidden away in the Fruitland, Utah area we were just blown away. We arrived on a Thursday afternoon and there was only one other RV camped there. We spent three wonderful days and nights and during the weekend the whole park only had five total campers and very well spaced apart. We didn't get the best of cell service but when we met the co-owner, she gave us the wi-fi password so we could get our Facebook "fix" in. All sites back up to the Strawberry River and we will definitely be back!! - Todd and Karen
Sep 2016 - $30.00
By the time you read this, Camelot will be under new ownership - and thats a good thing. As to the facility - it is 6.5 miles off Rt 40 (take the road at about mile 66.5, marked "41950"), other than that, signage is non-existent. The park looks like it was built 40+ years ago and has been untouched since. The sites are all back-in and you're backing up to a stream (nice!) The power pedastles are OLD and only 30A. The water seemed ok.
There is virtually NO phone access inside this deep canyon and the road leading here gets very tight. I have a 38 ft 5th wheel and made it in and out, but had I encountered another vehicle, at certain points it would have been difficult.
There is a dirt road that runs upstream from the campground and I'm told has some great fishing spots. - alansills
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The thing going for this place is the rock cliffs wrapping around it. It is beautiful. The Strawberry River goes right through it and a family caught a large brown trout (fyi, no live bait allowed). This type of RV park fits into a different category than typical. It is really rural, very few options in the area, it has a natural geographical draw with the cliffs, it's inexpensive, it kind of reminds you more of boondocking but with water and power. For example, there aren't any site numbers: just pick one I guess.
The RV park itself could use some upkeep. It's clear that at one time someone put some money into it and it has aged. If the park were full, the spots would be tight (two sites share one water spigot). When we were here we only saw 4 trailers total (Sunday and Monday nights). I wonder if weekends get busier. The dump station is pretty nice.
The lodge you can rent and rental cabins look ok. It's dead silent at night and the stars are amazing. Again, think rural and off the beaten path. Don't think KOA. - kohai
Sep 2017 - $10.00
A high-elevation (10,000 feet) campground that is only open a few weeks per year, and the only one at the summit that can take RVs longer than about 20 feet. Many almost-level sites. Very popular; fills up with Salt Lake City folks so get there early in the week. Also, there is a 7-day stay limit per calendar year. Beautiful area except for all of the bug-killed trees. Camp hosts stay a little too busy and seemed stressed out. Closes on Labor Day weekend, but the horse camp portion remains open a bit longer. - Old Mountain Man
Jul 2019 - $10.00
Checked in to the park for a two week stay. They neglected to inform us that their water smells of sulfur so bad that our motor home smelled of sulfur every time we turned on our water, it was awful! Every camper we talked to had the same complaint and said they would not have stayed there if they new about it. If they would have informed us of this we would not have stayed here. They water the same area every day and the mosquitoes are terrible. I would not recommend staying here. - Cindysparki
Jun 2019 - $20.00
A very good place. New ownership - no longer "camperworld", the new owners are accepting members from the past along with the public. Passport America is accepted and there are fewer restrictions than in many campgrounds. Nice sites - good space, trees and green grass! Small laundry on site (2 washers, 2 dryers - $2 to wash; $1 to dry) New management is VERY helpful and friendly. Proximity to Starvation Reservoir is excellent, they have a boat ramp on site to launch into the water (and a small dock.) Easy in/out. Close to the town of Duchesne - very quiet, rural American town. Town has 3 gas stations; Cowans Cafe - good food! And a riverfront area that is very quiet. - alansills
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Good power, no WiFi, no cable, close to water, very roomy, really nice staff. Great wildlife - Azdogmom
Aug 2018 - $11.00
This was a great Forest Service campground. From my site, I had a great view of the lake. My pull-thru site (D7) was long and spacious. - sloopygirl
Jun 2016 - $20.00
It's dry-camping here, generator hours between 6am-10pm. There is plenty of water available from the spigots placed randomly around the campgrounds, but they are next to the road and threaded, as well as a potable water hose at the dump station. The dump costs an additional $10 to use and requires cash or credit card through a machine that will unlock the cap to the dump once paid. There are 4 loops to select your site from: A loop seems to be where the more long-term RV campers prefer to stay with lots of aspen trees around. B, C, & D loops are closer to the lake but very little vegetation so it feels wide open. D loop has the best scenery of the lake and it seemed almost every site there will get a decent view. You can still get a view of the lake from certain sites in B & C loops. We stayed for one week and stayed in site B-15, which had a grove of pine trees that made us feel like we were by ourselves, but no lake view. However, over the weekend it seemed every site around us was filled with tent campers and they were noisy past quiet hours. Half of the sites in this campground can only be reserved by walk-up, so anyone without a reservation is very likely to find a spot. My recommendation would be to stay in A loop and head to the section at the very back reserved for walk-ups only, there was only one other RV back there and no tent campers so you can still have some peace regardless of the weekend campers flooding the other loops. The camp hosts were wonderful and extremely helpful. We arrived here with a punctured flat tire and they were understanding to let us sit at the dump station (where we discovered it) and change out the tire. They had an air compressor they personally let us borrow. The temps were very refreshing and still gets quite chilly at night (40s-50s). Excellent Verizon coverage here with strong LTE signal on our MiFi. - Sara C.
Sep 2012 - $9.00
This is a nice, well-kept concessionier forest service campground. Our 40' motorhome fit fine. We didn't have reservations mid-week but they would be necessary during the summer and holidays. It's a busy park for fishing and boating. The roads and sites are paved and there is a dump station. The bathrooms had flush toilets, were tiled and even had soap dispensers. This is very unusual for a forest service campground. Our rate was with the Senior Pass. - nbi600