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20 RV Parks near Honeyville, Utah
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We wanted to enjoy the hot springs so we decided to camp here. I called ahead on a Thursday to make a reservation for Sunday-Tuesday and the woman on the phone said "We are all booked this weekend." And said, but do you have Sunday night available? And she kept saying "No, the weekend is all booked." I found that hard to believe - I was thinking everyone would head out by Sunday. We decided to chance it and try and walk in. We had a list of backup campgrounds just in case. It turns out, they had plenty of open sites! Only about 6 other campers were there - the rest of the sites were empty. We picked a site in the back by the water that was shaded. There are full hookups. We did check out the bathrooms but they were quite messy - probably because of everyone that just left from the busy weekend. We went to the hot springs pool on Monday. It is $1 off the rate if you are camping there. The pools are really nice and it wasn't too busy on a Monday. There is a nice Walmart, Smiths grocery store, laundromat and plenty of restaurants just down the street in Brigham City. It was a cute little town that we really enjoyed. - OurBigAdventure
Sep 2016 - $48.00
Park doesn't like to accept rigs over 35'. They have large pull-thru's but reserve them for "emergencies". Site's available are back-ins, dirt and our site was not level - had a ditch running thru it. Although park is well off the hwy, it was noisy. Expensive for what you get. Hot Spring admission is not included with camping fee. Railroad is nearby but we didn't hear it.
Interior roads, while wide, had potholes. - daviputnam
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This campground is mostly for people using the pool and hot springs. We just used it for a stop over which made it a little pricey for what we needed. But the actual camp sites were larger and well shaded with lots of grass. Is a few miles away from interstate which made it quiet. - jimdl
Oct 2019 - $46.00
Roads are all paved sites are large concrete pads, easy hook ups, many OTA channels, excellent WIFI, good Verizon cell service. The staff was very nice and provided information about the area and places to eat. The club house offers a full kitchen, workout equipment, cable TV with a large seating area. There are 2 laundry rooms one in the main club house and one in building that houses showers which is a small club house all its own. It features comfortable seating cable TV and tables for playing cards while you wait for your laundry. They offer monthly rates in the RV Park and monthly sites that are in their Mobile home Park which is behind the campground. The park is great just alittle pricey, not a destination but awesome for a couple of days we would stay again if passing thru the area. Tha Golden Spike National Park is close buy and was a fun half day trip. - Tfrout
Sep 2019 - $48.00
This is a very new and quiet park and it has extremely level concrete sites. Marginal WIFI and the staff is very friendly. We would stay here again. - Janesilje
Sep 2019 - $43.00
This is a new facility, excellent layout, lots of room between sites and the staff and management were great. The long term stays were in a completely separate area where you don't see them. This location is a great place to stop before going through or after suffering with Ogden/Salt Lake/Provo traffic. I would use them again in a heartbeat and recommend them to anybody. - Happy0369
Oct 2019 - $44.00
Park is quiet at night. Decent store available in office. - RagFtw
Oct 2019 - $45.00
Extremely clean, very nice at check-in. Good access roads. Gas stations near the RV park are very RV friendly. - Class A Traveller
Sep 2019 - $38.00
GPS didn't pick the correct street name. Correct with distance (feet) from one left turn to the next. The CG is small, neat and clean. There are a few seasonal in one row, gravel drive through sites. The transient sites are concrete with grass and shade trees and not much room between sites but enough for a smallish picnic table. Staff was helpful and informative. They charge an extra 3.5% for credit cards and do NOT take AMEX. Debit cards are OK. Shopping is handy, across the street. We would stop here, again, on our way through the area. - SilverBear
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Price is for partial hookup with electric (50 amp) and water. Dry camping is $20. There is a dump station at the campground. We thought the entrance to this park was a bit narrow, but there is plenty of roadway to swing wide. We were in a 41' motor home, towing our Saturn Vue. Interior roads and sites are asphalt. All sites are back-in and there are a few double-wide sites. The sites that offer water and electric have the hookups near the back of the sites. Our site had some low hanging branches on the trees, but we were able to situate our RV in the site so that it wasn't an issue. Most of the sites looked to be relatively level. Sites are at an angle such that you're not parked directly beside your neighbor and there is a good amount of space between sites. Sites have a picnic table, but no fire pit or grill. There is at least one group fire pit. There are individual shower rooms with a double hook on the wall, but there's no shelving of any sort. Showers and restrooms were clean. There is a fish cleaning station. You can access the lake directly from the campground for boating, kayaking, etc. There is also access to a swim beach just up the road. Verizon data and cell service were strong. It's a beautiful park and we would return if passing through the area again. (We were told that years ago this park used to be owned by the city and was all dry camping. The state bought it and modifications have been made to the park over the years. A dump station has been added, and there are about 10 sites that now have 50 amp electric and water hookups.) - Guinness
Jun 2015 - $20.00
We loved this park. It's small which is nice. They lock the gates at night and the kids loved taping flashlights to their bikes and riding along in the parking lot! You can go a few blocks up the road to access a swim beach or just plop in off one of the many concrete "docks". Water temp was 79 degrees! Restrooms were clean, showers were nice, staff was great. Would have stayed longer if we hadn't made reservations elsewhere. - Wendle123
Jun 2012 - $20.00
This is a small but cozy park with a reservoir on one side and a small rural neighborhood on the other. It's very popular with the local boaters. Some bring there trailers and their boats and stay for a few days. Weekends they are full with lots of families and children. There is no dump station; however about 10 sites in the middle have water and 50 amp electric. These are reserved early. The best sites right along the lake have no hook-ups. The grounds are shaded and lush with sprinklers watering the grass as soon as a site is vacated. Verizon Wi-Fi and cell was strong and almost any retail you could want is within 15 minutes. We kayaked the reservoir during the week when boat traffic was down. Overall a nice place for R&R. We would return. - Kokomo
Jun 2018 - $60.00
This campground is just a stone's throw from Mantua Reservoir, with easy access to the water through a chain link fence. The campground is very tight with sharp corners and very close proximity. I'm not sure how some people would be able to park if the sites next to them weren't open. We chose a site for 50 amps and used an adapter to 30 in order to get the size site we wanted and a concrete pad. The campground has nice trees and lots of grass and we really enjoyed our time before the place filled up. Most likely because of the proximity to the lake, there were lots of kids, and that meant plenty of noise in the afternoons but things quieted down at night. There were also a lot of dogs, as many as three per site, and these dogs used uninhabited campsites for bathrooms. It was pretty gross to see someone set up a tent where a dog had been just hours before. (Might be a good rule to add.) The Country Store has necessities and a small burger joint and the staff were very friendly. - Disudds
Sep 2017 - $54.00
Mantua Reservoir is walking distance if you like to hike or walk dog around shore path or have a boat to launch. Tasty food available at store, with courteous helpful staff and bike and kayak rentals. This park, however, is not representative of the fine folks of Utah. Be prepared to have locals park their vehicles in designated RV spots, block your rig into already tight spots with their stuff and play ear splitting music into the wee hours of the morning. If you are elderly, sick or rather not have children subjected to shouting all night, pass this one by. - Travelin Traceys
May 2017 - $34.00
Nice RV Park. Quite with very little Hwy noise during the day. Easy access to the lake. They have 50 amps but almost all are taken by full time residents. The majority of the sites are 30 amps. The WiFi worked well. All of the sites are shaded, but because I have a portable satellite I was able to find a spot through the trees. We had a pull-thru site but the layout made it some what tricky to get into the site with our 35ft fifth wheel. Only 5 minutes to Brigham. RV sites are around the parameter of the park with a large grass area in the middle. Water pressure pegged my meter at above 100psi, be sure to use a pressure regulator. We would definitely stay there again. - newbies2016
May 2019 - $40.00
Do NOT come to this park after office hours! We came in after the office was closed and could not find any way to be given the shower, restroom or WiFi codes. Even a phone call to the number listed on the sign did not produce the necessary codes. Luckily for us we were staying more than one night, or we would have been traveling on unwashed before the office reopened. - WNC Traveler
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Been here twice in 2018 (April and Sept). Our favorite spot is anywhere on row A because you can add your second car/truck in front of your rig. Also, on the ends (5 and 6) is good because your site it private. 1-4 you offset your sit with another rig. Managers aren't there all day - only certain days during certain times but they are very friendly and helpful. It isn't a big park, but super close to Logan. Amenities are bath house, small laundry, playground, volleyball and basketball. That's it. Still, it's the best place to stay in the Logan area. - 2utahgypsies
Sep 2018 - $39.00
Arrived on a Saturday afternoon to find they were full up. Showed my reservation name and where to park for the night. Note said check e-mail for codes and all. No code no e-mail I called the # and needed to leave a message. No call back. Luckily another coach had the info to wifi, lucky us. Nothing fancy about this park. Nothing bad either. Level gravel site. - manonthemtn
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We have actually lived in our 5th wheel travel trailer for the past eight months while waiting for our home to be built. The managers are very helpful. No matter what time of day or night you pull in, they come out to help you get set up and get connected. There is electric power, sewer hookup and water at each cement pad. The manager mows and waters the grass around each trailer spot to keep the park looking nice. In the winter, he is out moving snow as soon as it comes down, even in the dark of night. There are shade trees by every pad. They are selective on who they allow to park or stay here. It's a clean, quiet, peaceful place to stay. There are other RV parks in the valley, but none with as few problems or as many amenities. - SteveandLana
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Grass surrounded the concrete pad. Very shady. Friendly managers. Great experience. Close to the Tabernacle which you must tour and the LDS Temple. - Trekking
Apr 2013 - $25.00
A nice little overnight spot. Water hook-up is strange, just a PVC hose out of the ground with a valve and fitting, but it works. Electric heaters and AC cost an extra $3.00 a day. Nice shade and quiet. What more can a traveler ask? - Red Wolf Deux
Oct 2019 - $52.00
Nice park with view. Only stayed one night but for some reason, motorhome sites don’t face the view but instead, each other. Easy location. - Birdhouse
Sep 2019 - $61.00
Overnite stay. Most expensive park we stayed at . Service ok but overpriced. Crowded , lots of full-timers. - Lafitte
Aug 2019 - $68.00
Nice KOA, well off the highway and many trees on the grounds. Would definitely return if in the area. - Chris Winkeleer
Sep 2019 - $60.00
We stayed at the South Marina campground, but there wasn't a review page for that so I'm writing my review here.
I'm updating my review. In my original review, I complained that the camp hosts charged me an extra $25 per night for my car, which I towed in behind my motorhome on a tow dolly. After over a dozen attempts to contact the park office by phone during business hours, I finally got through one morning and the person in the office was very polite and admitted that it was a mistake, and I should not have been charged for the extra car since it had been towed in. She told me that this was an ongoing issue, and they had just sent an email around the office explaining what the correct policy was. I wanted to ask why they didn't contact me and give me a refund if that was the case, but I just wanted my money back at that point. I was given a full refund less than a week later.
My other problem with this park is that they have an unusually late check in time of 3pm. Yes, it's true that I knew what the check in time was, and of course they have no obligation to let me in earlier than the check-in time. Still, at most other parks I've stayed at you are allowed to check in early as long as nobody is still in your spot, and I think that's good service. If you stay at this park you should know that, unlike most parks I've visited in my year of full-timing, they will only let you in a half an hour early at best, and they won't even let you park in their parking lot while you wait unless you pay a fee.
The late check-in time is a bad policy especially because other state parks have checkout times as early as 12pm, so unless you are more than 3 hours away, you will have to burn some time between moving from one park to another.
My other issues with this park: it's just a large gravel parking lot with no lake view. All over the ground outside there are sharp little thorns that will get stuck in your shoes and your pet's paws. There are no lights in the bathrooms. There were tons and tons of bugs, including mosquitoes and tiny little flies that were soon dying in our shower in droves. I get that the outdoors has bugs, but this was more bugs than I've ever run into at any park.
The positives? I liked the area and the South Marina is conveniently located close to town. We were able to get decent cell signal, and I enjoyed the lake shore hike that was about 15 minutes away. - JackRV123
Sep 2019 - $48.00
this is a very nice state park in many ways but quiet isn't one of them due to the highway noise. if you come, try to reserve a site as far from the highway as possible. we had site 48 and the noise was tolerable with windows closed. but it's clean, hookups worked well, sites are well spread out with covered patios, several OTA TV channels and lots to do if you're into water recreation. because of the highway noise, i probably will look elsewhere if we're up this away again. the price shown includes $8 reservation fee. - utchaps
May 2019 - $100.00
I called the morning of our visit and asked if there is a fire ring next to the cabin because the website 3 photos did not show a fire ring. I was told yes there is a fire ring. When we arrived that afternoon I saw no fire ring. The camp host came over and could not see a fire ring. He said we could use the fire ring next to cabin 3 because the cabin was still under construction. When in the cabin I noticed spilled cereal on the chair. I also noticed the inside top of the microwave was dirty. The front door had fingerprints on the side of the door. I thought for what we paid I expected more attention to these basic details. The cabin has plenty of sleeping beds and a small refrigerator and microwave. There is no water faucet in the cabin. We filled containers from the water in the nearby restroom. That evening after the campfire was extinguished we walked back to the cabin, went to open the front door and it was covered with mosquitoes, some made their way into the cabin. The campground was peaceful so despite the above issues we were together and this made us happy. - PaulF