Very clean, well maintained park with grass and trees. Entry roads and RV sites asphalt. Sites are short, but extremely wide (40+ feet). Easy access to the dump station, potable water available. Reservoir is very popular recreation site, a lot of day users, but boat ramp, dock and beach are well away from RV sites. Very pleasant, helpful hosts. Sparkling clean bathrooms, even with the heavy use. The only drawback were the enviro-biohazards: tiny black bugs nearly ate us alive! Very unusual infestation, according to folks around the reservoir. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautful small park. Level paved sites. Good spacing between the sites. One of
the best landscaped campgrounds I have ever seen. There is mowed grass everywhere. No hookups, but worth it if you are self contained. The pull through sites are short, but the back in sites are easy to get into. Sites #1 through #6 or #7 are lake front. Unfortunately, the drought has the reservoir drawn way, way down and the lake front sites are now some distance from the water. Overall though this is a really good place to stop when in central Utah. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.