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21 RV Parks near Kamas, Utah
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 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
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Very nice place to stay. Our site was very close to level and right on the lake which was still a ways away because the lake level is down.
Reserve 4 month ahead for the best spots - Pamella
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Very nice state park with great views of the mountains and lake. Site was paved but needed to level the trailer a bit. The sites have lots of room and a good distance between sites. The park is a short drive to Park City. We will definitely make a return visit in the future. - JohnPD
Oct 2017 - $30.00
This is the second time we have stayed at Jordanelle and both times we enjoyed the park and nearby areas. The park is easy to find and has good roads to the park and inside the park. At this time of the year there is nobody manning the entrance gate and we never did see any park personal, but there was a campground host nearby. This was fine with us as we had a reservation and our name was on the post at the site. Most sites are only water and electric. I don't think any of the sites, other than host sites, have sewer. Our site had fantastic views of the water and the mountains in the background. This is why we like it here so much. From our site it probably was no more than 25-30 yards down to the water. Both electric and water worked fine, but we did unhook the water at night due to sub freezing temps. The site was a paved pull through and had a nice fine crushed stone pad with picnic table and fire pit/grill all facing the water and mountains. We did not use the restrooms which are nearby. Our Verizon cell phone worked OK and we picked up a few OTA channels. The beauty of this park is that it is also fairly close to Salt Lake City (about 45 minutes away) and closer to Park City and Deer Valley. We will camp here again when in the area. - WOLFTRACKS
Jul 2018 - $38.00
RV park close to Jordanelle Dam about 4-1/2 miles from Heber City and Midway. Sites are gravel with some having grass areas that are weeds at this point. Only 8 of the pull through sites (#'s 2-9) are big rig friendly being longer than 60'. Other pull through sites are approximately 50' and difficult to impossible to park larger (36' Fifth Wheel) and truck. Be sure to give them your total length to make sure you have enough room to park. Access to Middle Provo River across the road. There's also a stream that runs through the back of the campground and a small fishing pond. Easy to bicycle out of the campground. Nice campground store. Good WiFi. Able to receive mail, UPS & FedEx. - Lynne L
Jun 2017 - $33.00
Terrible water pressure - especially during the day when they would run the water sprinklers for the grass. The staff was very unsympathetic to request for water pressure improvement/more important to them to water grass than satisfy their customers. It was down to 18 psi during the day. Washing dishes and taking a shower was out of the question. - Allen Cartee
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We stayed just one night passing through in our 42ft fifth wheel. The first site was way too small and we asked for another one that was a little easier to pull in. The location is great and the staff was helpful. The playground was nice and wifi was average. - spamalot
Jun 2018 - $15.00
We enjoyed our two nights in Rockport, close enough to the city to arrive quickly, but far enough to feel peace. We had a drive through primitive site in Cottonwood that was so close to the trees we couldn't fully pull out a sitting area under the awning, but that did have a nice picnic area a feel steps down from the driveway. That area had a (dirty) picnic table and fire pit with room for a tent and privacy provided by a grove of trees on two sides and the river on the other. That grove of trees was also home to a yearling deer and a plethora of singing birds. Nature at it's finest! In addition to camping, we also did some fishing on the reservoir and enjoyed that even though the day was a little windy. Our only real complaint was that our neighbors started a blazing campfire directly upwind from us and we can to close up the trailer and stay inside because the smoke was unbearable. Not sure there is much you can do about that. I wouldn't recommend this site to anyone prone to falling as there is a fairly steep step-down from the asphalt down to the picnic table, but I would definitely stay here again. - Disudds
Sep 2017 - $32.00
The road to get there was steep and narrow, but the campgrounds was really nice, on a reservoir. Too bad the weather was so bad when we were there. The site had a concrete pad, covered picnic table and fire ring and was overlooking the water. There were nice hiking trails, many people were fishing. In nicer weather it would have been a great place to kayak. - dalebonnie
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Beautiful lake front camp site with covered picnic table, fire pit and hookups. Good space between campers and plenty away from traffic and civilization. - Siddhartha
Jul 2018 - $30.00
We stayed with friends in a double space which they were told was 75 feet long; easily would accommodate our 44 foot motorhome. Well, the roads we're extremely narrow (we barely got in) and although the space was long, it was also curved. When we got it into a place that was as level as we could find, we put down jacks only to find the rear passenger side jack sank down about 4 inches. We placed as many blocks as we had under tires and Jack's and got the coach minimally level. Still torqued our large slide out which won't go back in straight/completely. Okay place for smaller units, but don't trust what the summer help says. They don't know anything about RV requirements! - CapnA95
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Nice setting in the tress. A few sites have views of the valley. Level asphalt sites with full hookups. Each site is "private" surrounded by trees. Very helpful staff, but a few are not too knowledgeable. Overall a very nice place to stay. Need to get reservations months ahead of your stay as it is very popular for locals. - Pacatrader
May 2015 - $25.00
The views and location alone make this state park a not to miss when camping in Heber Valley/Midway, UT. We camped in a 36 foot fifth wheel and noticed when comparing the campsite links on Reserve America to what we know are true length to be, there were major discrepancies. Be certain that you add several extra feet to what your RV length requirements may be to avoid any site issues. The campground is narrow and many sites are very far from level. Excellent 30/50amp and beautiful hiking throughout the area. AT&T Cell phone reception was very weak in the campsite, but stronger in town. We would stay here again. - RVLife4us