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3 RV Parks near Snowville, Utah
Sites: 34 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 65 Reviews
Sep 2018 - $30.00
If you are looking for a nice, quiet campground with easy access on/off I-84 with long, level gravel pull through sites, high speed internet (30 mbps) good water pressure (it's high-make sure you use a regulator), good power, wide access roads and drop dead views across the plains, this is the place! This is a no frills campground-you check yourself in (this keeps the price down) but it was fine for us and we'll be back. New owners are working on improvements but we like it just the way it is. No long term residents and Flying J is just down the road a mile off the interstate. - 1987 Martin
Aug 2018 - $35.00
I dislike bait and switch and this parking lot did just that. Touting a PA or SKP discount, when it came time for registration, the only thing on offer was a military discount of $5. Only contact with anyone there was via phone. That included when we reported the electric arcs and sparks when we disconnected. Not impressed, this one goes on our last resort list. - DennisK
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We are retired and travel in a 42 foot Allegro Bus with four slides towing a jeep. My husband and I much prefer a campground like this compared to those with a camp store, lots of rules and everyone crammed together on concrete pads. It had all the amenities we needed including 50amp service at some of the sites. There is one shared bathroom with a shower. You check yourself in but a staff member is right there working on their property if you need anything and came over when we pulled in to see if we needed help. It is a very dog friendly park. The views were great with nothing in front of us but miles of hills and fields. We had a long pull through site big enough for the coach and towed jeep. We almost didn't stay here because of some of the reviews but we found no problems and will definitely be back to this park when we're in the area. - lilimo
Sep 2011 - $10.00
This park actually has a Garland, Utah address ( 5600 West 19200 North is the physical address ) This is a membership park - Camperworld runs 10 parks in Utah and a few of them are open to RPI, Coast to Coast & AOR folks. The park is laid out in three levels. The lower one contains the office, fish pond, hiking trails and hot springs - a large warm pool & two smaller hot tubs. There is also a PADI approved scuba pond! The next level is for rigs up to 34 feet in length and contains mostly pull through sites. The top level is all back in sites that will accommodate the largest rigs. The views from the top level are stunning!! Each site has a picnic tables, 30/50 amp hookups, water, electric. The park also has Wi-Fi which works well. Each spot on the upper level also has a small grass patio area - very nice! There is also a 9 hole golf course on site - the rate in the 'off season' is $10 with a cart!! - Amls
May 2011 - $40.00
Natural hot spring pools, golf course, miles of ATV trails accessible from park. Nice office with game room with snack bar and hard ice cream. There isn’t much shade. We are members so we don’t have to pay and don't know the nightly rate. - User2181
May 2011 - $10.00
Rate reflects RPI rate. Open RV park, sites are gravel with small grass areas. Each site has a table and fire ring. We tried one site and could not level, so we moved to another site and had no problem with leveling. Pull through sites would not accommodate our 40 ft. rig with toad. Water and electric are good. The pool temp is 98 degrees due to the hot springs. Staff was very helpful. We would stay here again. - Deniselg