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16 RV Parks near North Ogden, Utah
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of North Ogden. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near North Ogden in the left hand column.
Sites: 26 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 18 Reviews
Jul 2018 - $15.00
Stayed at Bridger Bay Campground, one of several on the island. Be careful when selecting a site, as the road through the loop is one way and many of the sites will place the table opposite your door if you pull through in the required direction. We cheated & pulled through backwards to get the view and the table on our trailer's door side. (If you do this plan out not only how you'll pull in, but how you'll pull out if the empty site you used to get in is taken when you try to leave.)
The website for this campground says, "Bridger Bay Beach. Restrooms and showers are available" which is misleading. The restrooms in the campground are vaults, and the showers are a long walk/shortish drive away from the campground much further along the beach. Take quarters if you want a hot shower; otherwise another shower is outside the building and the same temp as the lake. You need one or the other though, to wash off the salt after swimming.
The website also neglects to alert RVers to the desirability to fill up fresh water tanks with good tasting water before coming across the causeway & onto the island, as the only potable water from a spigot is found at the dump site (and it is highly mineralized in flavor).
The water quibble & campsite layout aside, this campground is very dark at night, (great star-viewing), and quiet. The sites are widely spaced apart and due to the hillside, every site potentially looks out over the lake.
Fill your water tank (or jugs of water) before leaving the mainland. Have a plan to deal with the hot sun and total lack of shade. Bring appropriate foot coverings to walk through heavy sand to the water's edge. - Weelyrd
Mar 2018 - $15.00
This campground's main asset is: QUIET. No trees, but the picnic tables are shaded with pavilions. Paved all the way through, including the almost-perfectly-level sites. And the price is darned decent for a state park. Rate reflects 2018 First Night rate; 2nd and later nights are $12. Cell signal is adequate for voice but you need a router or "booster" to do Internet. - Old Mountain Man
Sep 2017 - $15.00
We actually stayed at White Rock Bay, however, I don't think the campgrounds differ much except for location. While AISP is a wonderful place to visit, I wasn't terribly impressed with the campsites. Dry camping doesn't bother me, nor do vault toilets. I just figured for $5 less you can visit the SP for the day and stay elsewhere. Very windy but beautiful dark skies at night. I will admit, the $15 cost is a bonus. Beautiful park but next time, I'd not camp there. By the way, the showers at the day use area are coin operated. - MSSW
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Third time we have stayed here and as they say, third time a charm. This was the first level site we have had. Sadly, the young men and women who work here think paved equals level; and that is not always the case in this park. Sites are very close to one another and you could end up opening your door only to be greeted by your neighbor's power pedestal, water, and sewer hook-ups. Management has cleared out 99% of the long term guests and removed an old abandoned RV. That action improved the overall look and feel of the park. - Joe-n-Doe
Jul 2017 - $37.00
We have been staying at this campground for 37 years. It has a great waterpark for the family. In the 37 years, no improvements have been made to the back restroom where the small camper/tent area is located. The cleanliness is always sketchy in the bathroom. The front bathroom that accommodates larger RVs and the waterpark is better. The property is beautiful...many cherry and apple trees. However, the sites are extremely narrow, grass/gravel combinations with old picnic tables. The grounds are groomed, but everything is bare-essentials maintained. Staff is sometimes friendly, sometimes rude...all young adults. We continue staying because of the ideal location and the beauty of the mountains nearby. - W-T
Jul 2017 - $55.00
Sites are pull though, but some are on grass, which made leveling difficult. The water park is on 3 sides of the campground-so if you aren't partaking, it is loud during the day (but closed on Sundays). - A_GF_Mom
Jun 2018 - $48.00
The park gets a 9 due to its location next to Lagoon Amusement park. The deluxe sites are great - level concrete pads and lots of trees for shade. During the weekdays, the campgrounds were not too crowed. But, as you get closer to the weekend, it gets more crowed. The showers and bathrooms are small (only 2 showers and only 2 toilets) and fairly clean. There are two shower buildings and that helps. The roads are paved but narrow. Overall it is a pretty good campground. We will definitely stay there again. - Mark N2DaBlu
Jun 2018 - $48.00
This is our second time staying at this park. Both times we stayed in the premium sites which have concrete pads and a nice grassy area with a picnic table to use. Plenty of room between sites. We saw some family groups pull their campers in opposing on two sites and set up a great family area between them. The sites are perfectly level and 30/50 amp power. So glad for the trees as it was 96 yesterday and in the evening the trees blocked the setting sun to cool the trailer down. We are in a 36 foot bumper pull toy hauler with a mega-cab long bed truck and did not have to disconnect and have some extra room. The park is awesome next door and there is an exit from the park right at our trailer. You must walk back to the front to get back in but not paying park prices for food and drinks makes the camping here almost free!!! Check in was great and quick and you get park discounts for camping here in addition you can get your park passes at the front office and not wait in line at the park ticket window. There is a paved bike/walking trail that goes past the south end of the park and you can enjoy a great bike ride there. There is no WIFI but Verizon is full LTE with no problems. There are cheaper sites with grass pads and they seem to be standard to what we see everywhere else we have stayed. We will stay here every time we visit the park as it is so convenient. - Wally Shreves
Aug 2017 - $42.00
Grass FHU sites. Way too small. They are level though. We couldn't use our awning because it would hit the RV next to us. So tight we had to share picnic table with neighbor. Poor design. Not a relaxing place to stay.... - quigleys
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
Sep 2018 - $14.00
I stayed there each of the past two years, and the more recent stay was much worse. Adjacent sites share a common pedestal, with very close spacing. Their was zero enforcement of rules, so it was often loud until late hours, dogs off leash (I nearly sprayed an aggressive breed that rushed me), and dog litter right in our lot. Restrooms were rarely cleaned or replenished. It's a shame this property went downhill, as it sits in an attractive area. Price reflects monthly rate. - abc246
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Park in poor condition, very tight spaces, sites along river have more room in back to setup. No office or on site manager. No rules, loose dogs running a round and fireworks at night. Do not recommend. - Doc B
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Great staff, clean grounds. Near train tracks but not notice at night. - thorn251