It is easy to access the park from highway 6 on Powerhouse Road. It is on the right side of the road just past the entrance to the day use park. It is a parking lot with sites marked out. 30 amp service with water. Two sites share the power pedestal and water conection. We have one slide and there was plenty of room for it. There was only four other RVs when we were there. The wind blew some but was not too bad. It was a good place to spend the night and the price was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Canyon View is a city park, with accessibility to the actual park, whose entrance you pass on the way to the RV park. When you enter the RV park, you think, "It's a giant parking lot." This parking lot does have water and electric hook ups and in the far end is a sewer dump. There are picnic benches at most sites, located in a nice shade area behind each parking space. The spaces are wide. The best feature is that the cost is only $12. The view of the mountains is lovely, as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although this is basically a parking lot that backs up to some grass and trees, it still has a lot to offer if you look for it. If you walk down one of several paths behind the parking area it leads down to a very beautiful, well kept up park that has a playground, fishing lake, volley ball area, baseball diamond, and lots of picnic tables. If you walk down to the west side of the park there is a stream that has beavers and muskrats living in the rocks. Birds are plentiful in the area as well. There is a golf course that surrounds this park. This entire area is surrounded by snow capped mountains. It is relatively quiet campground even though Hwy 6 is less than a mile away. The wind does blow often from 9pm to 9am. Overall this campground suits or needs for short time camping and is worth the money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The electric is 20/30A. The dump is at the end at a turnaround & if there are RVs nearby it would be very difficult to get to. There are no restrooms. You would need to walk down 4 flights of wooden stairs to the public day use park to use theirs. The sites are VERY close together. Our 40' motor home would not fit because it would have extended out into the drive area too much. A sign says "no curb parking" but that's what we had to do for the night. This is a blacktop parking lot good for 30' maximum RVs. I-15, Exit 258 onto US6. go 4 miles to Powerhouse Rd. and turn right. Go 1/2 miles past the golf course and picnic area drive. The entrance drive comes up fast so go slow. There's another entry/exit a short distance more but it has a steep incline and we could see the pavement has been gouged with RVs scrapping. It's next to a very noisy highway. It is an extremely windy area. There are even a bank of windmills to generate local power nearby. At the rear of some sites are small cleared out areas. We wouldn't recommend this for big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a local community campground that is a part of a recreational park. Basically, it is a parking lot with 30A electric and water hook-ups. All of the sites are parallel back-ins with very little space between rigs. Some sites have to share a water faucet. The voltage was good enough to run my AC and water pressure was normal. No amenities except trash cans and a dump station. No bath house. Open enough to get satellite signals. There is a golf course nearby. It’s a good over nighter because it isn’t far off the interstate, has easy access, and is priced right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet RV park located in Canyon View Park. This is an old parking lot that has had water and electric hookups added. Lots back up to grass and shade trees, and there are picnic tables. There are no facilities, or on-site manager. Pay envelopes are available, or you can call 801-798-5068 x10 to make a reservation and pay by phone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located 20 miles south of Spanish Fork, Utah at mile marker 193 on Hwy 6. This park is not located in any town. All that is here is the RV park, gas station, little store and restaurant. Interior roads and sites are paved. Sites are wide and long enough for any size coach. You do not have to disconnect your vehicles. Streets are a little narrow but manageable. Free Wi-Fi is strong. From here we were able to get up early and beat all the traffic through Salt Lake City. The downside to this park is that there are several long-term campers, junk cars, junk trucks and junk in general. The highway noisy is drowned out by the frequent train noise. This is the place for you if you are dead tired and looking for a place just to get off the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed there half a dozen times in the last two years. This park is located up Spanish Fork Canyon right on Hwy 6 between I 15 and I 70 It is open all year round and there is a convenience store, gas station, and cafe located next door to the RV park as well. Its within 10 miles of Strawberry Reservoir for fishing. It is surrounded by mountains great for ATVing and Snowmobiling. We camped here in a Motorhome.