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8 RV Parks near Nephi, Utah
Aug 2018 - $44.00
This park is located about five miles off of I-15. The entrance road is narrow and would be impossible for two large rigs to pass. The park itself is well laid out with large grass areas and trees. The sites were long enough for our 38-foot fifth wheel and tow vehicle to remain attached. The site a fairly level packed gravel with a large pie shaped grass area between our unit and the neighboring site. The utility pole and water were easily accessible from the our center hookup point. We had no AT&T or Verizon service and there was no OTA television or cable available. There is no internet service available from Campground . No open fires are allowed. At this time of the year the seasonal Creek was dry. Traffic noise from the road was noticeable during the day but it did quiet at night. We would stay here for an overnight again. - bbmidwife
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Very nice park off the beaten path. Worth the extra mikes to get there. Very friendly staff. Spaces are large with plenty of room if you choose not to disconnect your tow vehicle. - BC gal
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Very nice, tucked away with seasonal streams. Quiet other than some freeway noise. Lots of green. Clean facilities. Sites are easy to pull into and we were able to keep the fifth wheel hitched to the truck. Full hookups available. No cell service but good wifi. Would definitely stay again! - Country Living Project
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Served its purpose for a level 50 amp pull thru with satellite reception. No one at check in but clear note for where we should park #62 was easy to see. Site 62 was fairly level and no trees. Great for an overnight. Many permanent trailers. - blacksheepjeep
Aug 2018 - $25.00
First off the person who runs this park doesn't return phone calls and was nonexistent during our stay. The power cut off three times during the late afternoon and evening. Sites are fairly level with some weeds and no grass. The utilities are placed correctly to connect to. I camped here in a 40' motorcoach. - illini777
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Wifi signal is strong, clean park, very clean bath/shower house. Shower stalls are VERY tight. Many what appears to be permanent residents, but we have no issue with that. Good overnight spot. Everyone in the park was quite friendly and courteous.
Nephi is a VERY sleepy town, but this park is fine for an overnight. One can't beat the price! Tight spaces is the only reason I don't rate it higher. - wyomingconnie
Sep 2009 - $6.00
This campground is located on the Nebo Loop Scenic Drive, which runs between Nephi and Payson, just off of I-15. The sites are all level, paved with level gravel or paved patios with fire pits and tables. Some sites are located overlooking the Salt Creek. We chose a site that allowed satellite reception, but still enjoyed the sound of the water. We only paid $6 because it is located in a National Forest (Uinita) and we have a senior park pass. It is a beautiful, rustic campground with lots of trees separating each site, quiet and very peaceful. The next day we drove the Nebo Loop, which is gorgeous. - endofrope
May 2011 - $1.00
THIS RV PARK IS CLOSED!!! - peg513
Nov 2007 - $26.00
This was a little off the beaten path but we were happy to escape the interstate for a couple of nights. Management was VERY friendly. This is the place to take your ORV as the paths leave the campground. You can even take your horses and they have facilities there for them. We would go back in a minute. The nearby Nebo Loop scenic drive, while beautiful, was hazardous to a vehicle`s cooling system! - islandnomads
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Stayed here from April to late August 2016. Basic rv park with full hookups. No other amenities. Perfect for just one night or longer stays. Access to the Arapine ATV trail is just down the street. Can ride ATV directly from park. All amenities of a small town are available. Well worth the stop. - Greenteach
May 2011 - $9.00
Our rate is for a monthly stay. This is a very basic place to park your RV and enjoy the surrounding mountains. There is not a bathroom or laundry facility. This park is gravel. There are some shade trees and little grass under them. There is not any delineation between sites besides the hookup station. The park is quiet and clean. It is easy access from highway 89, but there is not a sign for the park on the highway. The dog area is just across the road to a vacant lot/rodeo grounds. The nearby quiet streets are good for long dog walks. Many of the occupants are full time residents, but all sites are without clutter. The owner is friendly and chatty. The camp host is welcoming and friendly. We would stay here again. WiFi is available from the camp host, but we had difficulties connecting so we used our phones. - peg513
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
Apr 2019 - $30.00
My family and I stayed at the Oasis site#4. This is a lake side view without hook-ups. This is on a pull through on a slight hill. I managed to level my 30' travel trailer no problem. This site includes two large tables with sun shade, in ground fire pit and a BBQ grill. From the sight you have about a 80 yards from lake shore which you can launch kayaks, paddle boards or any other water toys without a problem. The bathroom and showers are a 30 second walk if you need them. They are clean and have hand soap. The boat ramp are less then a mile away with two separate docks. They have a convenience store (closed and only open in summer) and offer zip line ride for $15 bucks a person. - Life In The Rockies