Small but decent RV park. Spaces a little close to your neighbor; all sites we're pull through. Friendly owner who runs a little store where she sells her handmade jewelry. The campground is near some nice restaurants and about 10 miles east of the entrance to Capitol Reef National Park. Quiet while we were there. Light in bathroom somewhat dim. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate shown reflects the 50 amp rate. This is a basic campground close to Capitol Reef National Park. Long pull thrus, but watch the overhead branches. Dirt roads and sites with some trees between. No cable. WiFi shows 54 mps. No Good Sam or other discounts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, really clean grounds with grass between all the sites. Sites are gravel and are more than long enough to accommodate a large 5th wheel and its tow vehicle. This is the only park in the area that claims TV hookups; however, our site only received 21 stations with no TV channel card or TV Guide. Also my reception was really poor with noise lines and a flaky picture and the best my HDTV could do with the signal was 480P. Then too the Wi-Fi was only marginally useful. My site kept dropping out and when it was connected it was so slow it was useless. I did a speed test and got .08MB download after the third try. Again, it was only slightly better than nothing. I don't think I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, well run and in a good area for visiting Capital Reef NP. It’s a very dusty park as all roads and sites are gravel. Re-graveling them with rock and not stone dust would really help. Utilities were good although the electric was a little on the low side 112v. The pool was very small for the amount of sites they have. Rate reflects weekly discount We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are very tight. Located 15 miles from Capitol Reef NP. Laundry not available when we arrived as the owner was using it. For the price, it worked for us as we spent all of our time in the national park. Owners need to clean up the junk around and give it a bit of sprucing up. Would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice small park with horses and chickens in a very scenic location. Rate reflects 6 nights and get the 7th free as we stayed there a week. Hookups were a little awkward but doable after some maneuvering. Had a great line of site for satellite dish on roof. Gravel roads and gravel pads. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For the price, this was a great RV park. Sites are fairly level. Overall, the place is rustic, but patches of grass separate the gravel sites and roadways. Restrooms and showers were good (a solid "B"), though the carpenter set up the toilets with almost no room between the door and the commode! There are trees on the property, but the sites where not particularly shaded. Spacing is closer than some, but not horrible. Very quiet at night. Charming land-lady: very friendly. Great restaurant across the street in easy walking distance (but expensive). We would stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK park. Great views. Owners were friendly, but more concerned with horses and chickens. Turned off the water because it was going below freezing. They do not heat shower rooms and the water was luke warm at best. Better if it was hot out, I guess. Would not stay here if I wanted a hot shower. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is conveniently located by Capital Reef National Park. Great area for hiking and sight seeing. The Park is small and in need of a little TLC. But the cabins were clean and the bathroom were very clean and well maintained. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
The owners are super friendly but I don't think they're really into having an RV park. It's cluttered and disorganized, but you can't beat the views! It's an awesome no-fuss, no-frills park if you're looking for a quick overnight. If you have a camper with any type of pop-up or soft siding, find somewhere else as it can get very windy along this stretch of the valley. We were here for a month, visiting a place we used to live. It was serviceable, though the Wi-Fi is spotty at best, it will be upgraded next season as there's finally another option for the area. Our dogs were very welcomed and it's right next to some of the best views and trails in the area. Overall, I don't know that we will stay for an extended period of time at this park again, but I'm not unhappy with our time here. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We will not stay here again. We were the only motorhome to check in over the Labor Day Weekend. Park has been neglected. It needs landscaping and to clear out the junk. They also board horses so flies are a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located one mile from downtown Torrey. It only has about 12 spaces and is a no-frills park. The sites are small and I would say that a 32’ rig with slides on one side is what will fit in the sites in this park. The price was right and the park accepts Escapees and Coast-to-Coast discounts. The owners are very friendly and are always working around the park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fantastic national forest camping. Large level sites, table, fire ring. Lots of trees and solitude. Easily navigable in a large rig. It is high elevation and a welcome relief from the temperatures of the valleys below. It also has a nice hike to a waterfall. The host this summer (2013) was oddly nasty. My not knowing I was supposed to pay him the camping fee instead of putting it in the iron box apparently set him off. I can only imagine how he treats the many foreign visitors that frequent Southern Utah. Otherwise, this is forest camping at its finest. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice USFS campground. It is about 9000 feet elevation, so is cooler than the valley below in Torrey and near Capitol Reef National Park. There is a dump station at the top of the loop. It is a single loop with back-in sites on either side. Sites are large enough for big rigs. Many water spigots throughout campground. There is a hike to a nearby waterfall. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very isolated park in / near Capitol Reef National Park. Not much to do if you're looking for activity but a beautiful park that is very different from other parks in this region due to the elevation (7000-8000 feet) and the green setting. Cool creek that runs through the park that entertained our kids. Beautiful waterfall hike nearby that's worth the effort - moderate difficulty. Great camp host this summer! The drive south on Hwy 12 to Bryce Canyon and Zion is breathtaking at times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely loved this park. Huge, level paved pads (plenty of space for big rigs) in gorgeous pine surroundings. There's grill, fire pit and bench at each site too. Front sites get bonus view of the valley. Lovely little trail leading down to waterfall from the park, plus lots of other hiking around the area. Very dog-friendly. For $10/night this was an absolute find and we'd stay here again in a heartbeat. Central dump station and water. Note there's no cellphone service up here, so be prepared to get close to nature. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Golden Age pass. Paved entry, graveled sites, very level. All are back ins, no pull through, but wide enough to be very easy. It appeared that all would accommodate large rigs. Forested park, plenty of mature trees to make it shady and comfortable. Lots of privacy, the spaces are well apart, with trees and vegetation between each. Picnic tables, barbecue. Very easy access to dump station. Clean bathrooms, checked and cleaned every day by host. Friendly helpful hosts. Conversation with other campers indicated this is a "go-to" destination for vacations for many of them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Big trees, good views at the back of the park. Great gift shop and T-shirts and souvenirs were cheaper than at Capitol Reef National Park. Sites were large with picnic tables and fire pits and a small patch of grass. We stayed here 2 nights and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is in the small town of Torrey that has a small grocery store and a few restaurants. It is close to Capital Reef National Park. The scenery around the campground is spectacular with the red rock cliffs. The Wi-Fi worked great for us and we were able to receive the main TV channels. The sites are gravel with shade trees. We did not have trouble with clearance. The staff is very friendly and keeps the campground very clean. We did not use the pool or eat at the restaurant. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground close to Capitol Reef NP. Check in lady was friendly and the camp store also included a gift shop. The pool was small and shallow (5') but clean. The showers were cold in the evening. WiFi did not work very well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The office help is wonderful! Great gift shop. Anything you would want. Campground is gravel with a few trees and grass in between. Large grassy area for tents and cabins. Children love it. This is the quietest campground I have ever been in. The campground has a couple of jeeps to rent. There is lots of places to go explore around Capitol Reef. Made our trip very memorable. I will stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice campground. Sites are long. Grassy, fire pit and table at each site. Wonderful view of big red towering rocks from your site. Little town of Torrey has a small store and deli, several restaurants and post office. Close to Capital Reef. Campground has great store with beautiful jewelry for sale. Only thing we could ask for would be Wi-Fi at the sites. Great signal close to the office but not at our site (46). M-F on-site restaurant with nice menu. Friendly staff We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed for a week at weekly rate. Asked for end site, got site #23, which was right next to the horseshoe pits, had 3 shade trees and easy entry/exit access. Great large gift shop, very reasonably priced. Small pool, advertised as heated but we don't think it was. 24-hour laundry in 3 different locations, all priced differently. Dryers don't dry clothes. Large grassy area for kids to play, basketball court, horseshoe pits, small playground. Wi-Fi worked on tablet but not on laptop, only limited (no Internet), not sure why. Sites are level and shaded, some on ends have grassy areas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites were nice and big and everything worked great. Park is very clean and lawns are well kept. Didn't use the pool but lots of other people did. Only downsides were poor WiFi. It kept dropping us. Showers were small and dark and not enough, only 3, for the whole park. Laundries were both small and very limited in number. Very friendly staff and a nice store on site. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They take good care of this park. Very quiet at night, no traffic noise or whatever. Most of the pull-through sites have a little grass area; you park on gravel. Clean and nice (fenced) pool. The back-ins have beautiful views of the red cliffs. Convenient near Capitol Reef National Park. Wi-Fi is free but when park is full very bad! Good reception on your antenna. We will come back when traveling by. They have AAA/Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well developed RV park with a good location for Capitol Reef NP. Has a pool, nice gift shop, and cabins in addition to the usual amenities. Off the highway far enough that noise was not a issue. All facilities were well maintained and clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Roads and sites are gravel. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. We had site #39, a very nice end site with a large patch of grass and excellent red rock views. Our Verizon signal was only 1X, good enough for phone calls only. The park's wifi was okay; it slowed down dramatically during peak usage times. Very quiet park at this time of year; it never got more than half full during our 5 night stay. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful views from this park, scenically you are in Capitol Reef National Park.and the staff goes out of their way to be helpful. Although the sites are gravel, the park staff cleans up daily, raking and leveling sites as people leave. Sites roomy and nice patch of green at each site. Large grassy playing field for children to expend energy. The store has every gift imaginable and also staples, which in our case was a highlight of finding some Hunts seasoned tomato sauce. We arrived the first week of warm weather so the pool was not open yet, in process of filling. Only drawback was that the website advertizes many amenities/activities (chuck wagon dinners and morning muffins to name some) that are only available in high season and should be listed that way. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a few years ago and decided to come back on our way home from Moab. Unfortunately Capitol Reef was closed, but we did manage to get in a hike up the Grand Wash. We like this RV park very much. It's clean, quiet and the hosts are great. Sites are wide and level. It was uncrowded at this time, probably because of the NP closure. We will certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this RV park by chance and will never forget our stay here. The owners are fabulous and gave us great advice on things to see and do around Torrey. The park's backdrop is towering red rocks with Boulder Mountain on the other side. Large sites with fire rings, picnic tables, and good Wi-Fi. They have a nice gift shop and carry some groceries, ice, firewood, etc. No specific area for a dog walk because there is a nice perimeter suitable for any pooch. Also very close to numerous trail heads. We were originally planning to stay five nights but ended up staying nine because we liked the area, the park, and the people so much. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good base for the Capitol Reef area. Have stayed here twice over 3 years and had a good experience both times. Mostly gravel park with some grass and native plants. Most sites shaded. Pull-throughs easy to get into and level. Campground store is larger than most but sells mostly tourist stuff rather than camping supplies. No Verizon data signal here, but phone worked most of the time. WiFi typical, i.e. useless. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only stayed here for the night, but would highly recommend. Park has great views of the rocky bluffs off the back of the property. Very nice office staff, were helpful with directions to Capitol Reef and our next destination. Park appeared to be well maintained, has large shade trees in some sites, and had a large grassy area for dogs. As a bonus there is a RV repair shop right next door. When we pulled in we were having an issue with overheated brakes, and the repairman was able to diagnose the issue: which luckily turned out to be a non-issue. But he was super honest and helpful about it. Highly recommend for your stay near Capitol Reef. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground just outside of Torrey with a friendly and helpful staff. The sites were level, gravel, and shady, and plenty of room. The laundry room was small but clean, and all the machines worked. It is a very nicely run campground. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed the meals at the restaurant. The Wi-Fi was very slow and difficult to obtain a signal. The restrooms were very small and lacked attention. The site were gravel and were not level. The staff were friendly. Most sites were well shaded. The store had reasonably priced clothes and other items. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for one night passing through trying to hit all the National Parks. It's very close to Capitol Reef. The views from this park are very nice. The camp store is excellent. Wi-Fi was decent. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice staff. Road and sites are compacted dirt with gravel over it, no dust. Each site has an area of green grass, table and they are very wide. I did notice that back-ins are narrower and can be found at back of park. Tent sites have a privacy fence on either side of them. The office has a small convenience store and gift shop. The management offers a BBQ meal at night with choices of meat and a variety of sides and drink, did not try but others staying here did. There are three laundry rooms at different areas of park, the one near us had two washers and dryers. Sites on west side of park have nice view plus if you want to set up satellite this is the only area that you can get through trees. We stayed here a week and would come back here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Made our reservations 4 months in advance for a 1 week stay. Got the only site with no real view except the highway and a used trailer. West side is completely exposed with no shade. Lots are close together and not level with blowing dust. Trailer next to us had to move our picnic table next to our trailer so they could get their slide out. They say they have fire pits, but they are just a few rocks piled in a somewhat circle by the road. WiFi is poor to say the least. Maybe a stay for a few days would be OK, but this park is definitely on our list of campgrounds not to stay at again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate based on weekly stay. Sites had good water pressure; were level. Staff friendly, helpful, and professional. Location is a Verizon "roaming" zone; CG has free internet - connection slow but useable. Only concern was fire pits were too close to neighboring sites. Luckily, no one used them. Convenient to Capitol Reef. This was our second time here; would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is all right when visiting Capital Reef Park. Nice views of the red mesa behind the campground. Rock/dirt sites which are somewhat level. The camp hosts are not as helpful as they could be. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The best part about this park for us was the views. But past that there was not much special for it. The sites and the roads were dirt and gravel, but mostly dirt. So with every little breeze or car going by to quickly it would put a cloud of dust in the air. The site was also quite challenging to get level on, so bring lots of blocks. There is a small pool, but no hot tub. If I am back in the area again I would look at other options. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Definitely the best commercial RV park in the Torrey area. Sites are gravel and most are well shaded and some have awesome views of the surrounding red stone cliffs. Park is a bit farther from Capitol Reef park than I had thought (about 13 miles to Fruita) but it is a scenic drive. Office staff is helpful and small store is well stocked. Would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good accommodations for an overnight stay. Unique services available including gift shop, hair salon, dinner, etc. Skip the bathrooms-shower elsewhere. Very quiet, good location. We would check out other accommodations when passing through but would stay again if no other options were available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, clean & quiet RV Park with pull through sites. It sits back off of the road, so you don't hear any road noise. Staff is very nice. Gift shop has very nice items with low prices. I used the beauty salon to get a hair cut & they did a great job. We stayed 5 nights & would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was situated in a nice quiet area with a view of the red rock. The park had cabins, tent spots and RV sites. Our site was gravel/dirt, trees, wide and long. It was easy to access and leave. Free WI-FI. Torrey is a darling town and this park was convenient to visit Capitol Reef and other pretty sights. I would recommend this park. Diablo Cafe in Torrey was wonderful! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fee reflects Good Sam discount. This is a very nice RV park on the edge of town in Torrey. Several good restaurants are close, and the park serves dinner and breakfast on request. Nice store on site, and a hairdresser too (need to reserve - we were unable to get an appointment at a convenient time.) Beautiful view of the cliffs from our site (#16). Capital Reef park was great - take time to visit the small historical museum and gift shop - we asked the shopkeeper about the weavings, and she stopped and gave us a demonstration! Slackers Burger shop in Torrey had great burgers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV resort & campground with lots of grass and space for kids to play. There is an RV repair facility next door and staff is very helpful. You will find a hair salon on site by appointment. The store is well stocked and there is a coffee bar inside. The Grill Pavilion serves dinner by pre-order reservations and the food is plentiful and excellent. Rib eye steak comes in extra large only (one pound) grilled to your taste and they offer a great menu of dinners to choose from. Side dishes are Dutch oven prepared and scones are fresh every 10 minutes or so. The campground is gravel and the sites are mostly level with lots of space. We parked the 34' rig and had ample room to park the truck beside the RV and well clear of the road. Each site has a rock fire pit and you can get a grill at the store, no charge. Trees do offer some shade and some pull-through sites have grass strips between. Capitol Reef National Park is about 11 miles east. Fuel out here is a little higher than some other locations. When it snows the resort closes for the season. The laundry, showers, and restrooms are clean and up to date. The Grill is open air, roofed, with gravel floor and picnic tables, the service is excellent and the food great. We stayed here three nights, could have stayed longer but had reservations near Bryce Canyon. If we pass this way again we definitely will stop and stay for a while. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campsites, with table, fire pit, grass, and trees. Great view of the area, but not taken advantage of by the positioning of the campsites. Clean showers and bathrooms, but not fancy. Nice small pool. Cabins were available that looked pretty nice, and nice sites for tent campers. Horseshoe pits available. Nice store with good prices for souvenirs and supplies. Everything was well maintained. Only negative I can say is that there was no dog run, and doggie bags were not provided. Not a big deal, but it is nice when the campgrounds provide the doggie bags. The other good thing about the campground is that there was a mechanic next door that we used to make some repairs on my hydraulic leveling jacks. The campground is located fairly close to Capital Reef National Park so if you are going to explore that park this is a good campground to use. I would stay here again if I was in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a quiet, friendly campground located about 2.5 miles West of Torrey and about 11 miles West of Capitol Reef National Park. The roads and sites are gravel. The campground was quiet and well maintained. The office staff was friendly and helpful. We had an end pull through site with a little shade. The number of bathrooms and showers were limited but we never had an issue. The Wi-Fi was good but a little slow in the evenings. We were able to get major channels with our antenna since there was no cable TV. The view from the campground was amazing. The rate reflects a weekly rate and includes tax. The size of the site was adequate for our 35 foot fifth wheel. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful green lawn surrounding the pool area. Some shade. Restrooms were a bit dated but clean. Sites are close together. Very slow internet (couldn't even open an e-mail), and when the management was informed of the situation, they did not seem very concerned. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
9 only because the sites weren't paved. Gravel but pretty level. Each site has a patch of grass for chairs. Rock fire pits. On site store is very well stocked and reasonable. Easy hookups. Lovely place with great views. Planned to stay only one night and ended up two so we could enjoy the area. VERY WELL MAINTAINED and friendly staff. Guests and rigs were upscale. No extended stayers: or at least none who fit the stereotype. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in the overflow lot for $14 with no electricity. The washroom only had one stall, one sink, and one shower. The other washroom had two of everything which is not enough for 75 sites with a lot of tenters and children. The roads and sites were mainly dusty. It was near the highway but was not noisy. There was no dish washing station. The reception, however, was friendly, efficient, and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An older park, but clean and pretty well maintained. Very nice and friendly staff. We stayed here because it is located just outside of Coral Reef National Park. Beautiful scenery. Basically level gravel pad with some grass next to with a picnic table. The restrooms & showers could use some attention (old) and they were far from our site. The laundry was small (2 machines & dryers) a bit expensive but clean. Wonderful gift shop. They have good homemade bread and muffins (a bit small for the price). There is a hair salon and pool on site but we did not use them. The Western Cookout Dinner was great; as was the chef with something different each night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park, nice folks. Spaces are a bit tight, but nothing out of the ordinary. Gravel pads and driveways, which means some dust when the wind kicks up, but oh, well. Staff was very helpful and friendly, and went out of their way to answer questions. The park offers (I assume only in the summer) a grill menu in their pavilion, with emphasis on steak, ribs, etc. Certainly not haute cuisine, but just fine for the money. Also offer pre-ordered muffins, but I felt they were way, way too small for the $1 they cost. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park when staying in south central Utah. Clean, well maintained. Has a wonderful gift shop and small necessities store. It even had ice cream for desert! Large open, and soft lawn to throw Frisbees on. A swing, etc for the kids. Good internet wifi connection. Close to Capital Reef NP, the Burr Trail. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Far enough off the Hwy to be quiet. Level sites with mature shade trees. Friendly staff. Very knowledgeable about the area 4wd rentals available. We think it is the best full service RV park in Torrey. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty area, quiet and well maintained. The bathrooms and laundry are old but clean. Has a picnic table, fire ring, level site, and a lovely gift shop. There is lots to see and do in the area, good local places to eat, and excellent Wi-Fi. Has lovely views, we would stay here again. This is a seasonal park which opens in May and closes mid October. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was very friendly and even allowed us to use their phone to make an 800 call. They have a lovely little store and gift shop. They have multiple locations for showers, rooms are heated, and showers had plenty of hot water, with a good spray. RV Park is set back from the highway and the space was very quiet. We'd definitely stay here again on future visits to Capitol Reef. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the best sites on our four-week trip! We had an extremely spacious "corner location" with spectacular views from southwest to north east, affording wonderful sunset and sunrise. The park was nearly empty, so we were able to enjoy the solitude and quiet. Staff was friendly, with a good sense of humor. All facilities were A-1 (although the pool was closed for the season. Was not a problem, as it was cool). We will definitely come back here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a return here for us. Lovely place and very well kept up. Staff is wonderful and the gift shop is very, very good and very reasonably priced. Would certainly come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park has everything we needed. Quiet, no trains. I found that the internet was very acceptable. My Verizon wireless card worked as well. Overall we would come back if in the area We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK place. Sites are gravel/dirt and some have a little grass. Most have shade trees and most have great views. Dirt roads can be a bit dusty and Wi-Fi was fairly undependable and Verizon card did not work but good AT&T coverage. While no cable, good antenna coverage. Pool is VERY small and did not appear clean. Great people, good food and muffins. Sites reasonably level. Would stay here again but might try park down the street if less expensive. Sites farther apart and greener. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. This is a great little RV Park with level sites. Full hook up with 50 amp service worked fine; good water pressure. Excellent view of the mountains. Staff was so nice and helpful. RV Park was immaculate and conveniently located near Capital Reef. We would definitely stay here again. Rated it only a 9 because no cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was very friendly, even moved us to a 50 amp slot at check in. Awesome views, great location for Capitol Reef and surrounding area. Clean showers and restrooms. No issues, would stay here again if headed to that area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pretty park, with great views and wonderful atmosphere. I would have rated it higher but it has one drawback - it's very dusty, and when the large Diesel Pushers drive through the dust flies everywhere. All in all, we had a very nice stay here, but the dust was somewhat frustrating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this park. The park, store, restrooms, laundry, etc., are all immaculate! The grounds are kept trimmed and neat, with lots of green grass and trees. The views are incredible! There is a hair salon (she is excellent), car and RV repair shop with certified mechanic, and a western dinner all on site. They also rent 4-wheel drive vehicles. One of our favorites is the fresh baked bread brought in by an organic baker: wonderful. We stay here anytime we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Got kids? This is very kid friendly. Nice playground, very large grassy area around the playground and pool area. Several small but clean and reasonable laundries, spotless restrooms and showers. Shade trees are getting nice and big and the views and sunsets in this park are spectacular! Everyone is helpful and full of info on surrounding areas, they have Jeep rentals, evening suppers that are great. Great store and next door is an excellent and reasonable RV mechanic. All this in a town that is prettier than Sedona 25 years ago. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, pull through site. Restrooms/showers are older but clean and shower area very roomy. We had intended to stay two nights but cancelled one and there was no problem with that. You could order homemade sweet rolls for breakfast and I think there was a dinner barbecue also, but we did not try either. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really liked this park. It was a busy holiday weekend but the crowd was accommodated very well because the grounds are spacious and very well laid out. The crew are professional, very friendly and helpful. We had a scheduling problem (ours not theirs) and they were more than accommodating to our changes. There was a county-wide water outage, so fill your on-board tanks just in case. It came back on within a day though. There are beautiful views here right from the park. The sites were level and the Wi-Fi was great and laundry reasonable. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The store includes a surprisingly large gift shop. Wish they didn't have big boulders marking both sides of driveway to the back-in sites. It makes backing a trailer in more of a hazard than it should be. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed at this campground for three nights while touring Capital Reef National Park. The campground is very well maintained, with gravel roads and large sites. We had site #1, a back-in site along the back row with beautiful views. Campground staff were very friendly and helpful. There were multiple restrooms and showers, all clean and well maintained, and two laundry rooms. It was cold (25 degrees) and very windy during our visit. There is only a small, high-priced general store in Torrey for groceries and supplies, so it is best to bring groceries and supplies with you. Thousand Lakes is a very nice campground and we would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived late in the afternoon without reservations. The hosts were able to provide us a site for two nights without a problem. The park is clean. The views are breathtaking. Easy pull in site for our 40' toy hauler. Sites are gravel with shade trees. Big grass area for the kids to play. It was too early in the season for the pool to be open. Two separate laundry facilities. Restrooms/showers were clean. We HIGHLY recommend Thousand Lakes RV Park!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Words cannot begin to tell how wonderful this park is. The setting is wonderful and awesome - incredible views. Most of all we really felt like family. The owner/managers took us in and really took care of us. I will not mention names for privacy. We visited during the last 2 weeks of seasonal operations and simply did not want to leave. Clean, quiet, great neighbors that came and went, families having a super stay, pet friendly, RV service on property, and rental jeeps are just a few of the many great features. The store is amazing with prices on artwork that was not the usual tourist markup junk - incredible quality and prices. Again the people are the most outstanding feature of this park - Thank you so much - I wish were there now. Do not be mislead - this is the place in Torrey! We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a beautiful open view of red rock walls. It is 13 miles from Capitol Reef National Park visitor center. Our pull-thru site was roomy, level, easy to park, gravel. There is a small store, gift shop, hair salon, and an outdoor pavilion for evening dinners. The staff was friendly and helpful. The restrooms and showers were OK. There are 2 very small laundry rooms, each with 2 washers and 2 dryers, no room to sit and wait. Their Wi-Fi worked well, our air card worked off and on and slow, Verizon cell was fair to good. There is a nice play area for kids. Right off the highway with easy entry, quiet and peaceful. The rate is with a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Something for everyone. Spotless showers and toilets. Two laundries were small, spotless, adequate. WiFi very good, huge central lawn area with playgrounds and a nice pool. Very nice and reasonable gift shop, small grocery and RV supplies. Nicely laid out tent area and cabins and a outstanding nightly dinner in the pavilion. Gorgeous views, close to all the great attractions in the area with 4x4 rentals to really explore. Came for a week and stayed almost two. Already planning return next spring coming in a different direction. Great place! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For us this is a 10+ park. The beginning of Capitol Reef NP is about 200 yards north of the campground which makes beautiful scenery from your RV. The staff was very accommodating. The sites were gravel but level and adequate in size. There are shorter sites for the smaller RV's and a tent area. There is a large play area for the kids and a pool. All in all an exceptional park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground. Nicely laid out, roomy sites, and great views of the Velvet Ridge. Very convenient for Capital Reef NP. I wouldn't order the "home made" muffins again. While we were here our power monitor was constantly giving us a "ground fault" indication, but the voltage was always in range. I determined with my voltmeter that the water standpipe was electrically "hot" with about a 6 to 10 Volt potential to ground. I reported this to the management but they seem to ignore it. My diagnosis is that the underground wires are shorting to the water supply. A potentially deadly situation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Don't be pulled to this park by its name. There isn't any water around there except for hot showers and a heated pool. The playground was very nice. Playing horseshoes for the first time was awesome! Just ask for them in the lobby. Everyone was friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with lots of shade trees. Beautiful view of the surrounding hills. Park looked like it was full, but was quiet and relaxing. Pool and grassy areas looked nice but didn't go swimming. Interior gravel roads were a bit dusty but as long as people staying here abided by the posted speed limits, it wasn't bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautifully maintained park with red rock and prairie views. Sites are gravel/dirt with picnic table. Has a pool, grassy area. Laundry is VERY SMALL: had to go into town to do laundry. The only thing that bugged us was the layout of the RV sites and the particular site we had encouraged people to cut through our site on the way to the General Store/Office. We've always treated a person's RV site as his/her personal space and would never consider walking through someone's "yard". It's amazing how some people are not courteous. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this park. It's in a gorgeous location and is nicely isolated. Nice views in every direction. Everything is nicely maintained. The staff were super friendly and very accommodating of us changing our schedule. At first we thought we would stay longer because we didn't want to travel in forecasted high winds, so they blocked out a few more days for us before we committed. Then we decided to actually leave early (a day less than our original reservation) and beat the wind to our next destination. They were very flexible with us. We also enjoyed the delicious home-made muffins available every morning. We will absolutely stay here again if we're ever in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice, clean park on the west side of Torrey. It's 15 minutes to Capitol Reef Park. Has friendly staff, nice store with gifts, snacks, and supplies. The pull-through sites were on gravel, and well spaced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nicely maintained park, in a pretty setting. The sites are fairly level on dirt with shade trees. The pool just opened and there is a very nice gift shop in the office. The staff was helpful and friendly. We took part in the offered cookout, which was very good. WiFi was slow but ok. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a mile or so further out of town than other parks. They have all gravel roads and generous gravel sites, a smidgen of grass, and some shade trees. They have no phone or cable, and slow Wi-Fi. Verizon gets a weak signal. I can’t get any TV with my antenna. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have a small store with food, RV parts, fresh-baked goods, clothing, artwork, and trinkets. They give discounts for AAA, Good Sam, and Woodall’s. The bathrooms are average. There is a pool, large grassy play area, three laundry rooms, two shower buildings, swings, horseshoes, cabins, and jeep rentals. There is a western cookout most nights with a big menu. All with a beautiful view of red-rock cliffs from most sites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pretty nice place. My only gripe is that so many RV parks now advertise WiFi (free or "available") which usually means slow or expensive. This place has WiFi but it is so slow it is misleading to advertise it. Then there are the Utah taxes. Utah must hate tourists since they tax them so heavily. Capitol Reef is one of the best NPs though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little RV Park and, the best in Torrey, UT. We were going someplace else but changed when we saw this place. Great people that keep a very nice campground. It is close to Capitol Reef N.P. too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have found the RV park reviews to be quite accurate most of the time, but the February 2010 review of this park missed the mark. The new swimming pool is very small, unheated and has no chairs around it at all. There are only 2 toilet/shower rooms for the entire park, and one of them is out of commission. The one that is operational is full of cleaning buckets and supplies, and there is no shower curtain. On the positive side, the staff was friendly and they supplied us with 2 gallons of bottled water as the well water here is very salty. The free WiFi is good and there are lots of cable TV channels. However, the rest of the amenities are not that great. Recommend it for a one night stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All of the nice things said in the previous reviews are still valid but we must update at least for all who enjoy this park. Improvements include a swimming pool, laundry, showers, a nice recreation hall and they provided camp hosts for a couple of months this Winter who arranged activities. Several new sites have been added so the site count above may be greater. We stayed for a week for $150 (monthly $250 plus) so I'm not positive on the nightly rate. Last year at this time we stayed a couple of months before these improvements. We'd stay any length of time and they were running some kind of special for long term stays. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here six nights, three nights in a very narrow backing site and three nights in a nice pull through. We did not have reservations and the only sites available over the weekend were the not so nice back-in sites. Even though we were lucky to get a site. Clean park with shade and grass. One complaint was the WI-FI was extremely slow or slower with very weak signal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent two nights in our 25 footer and stayed at the best site in the park: lucky #13. The sites at the back with water and power only, overlook the beautiful Fishlake National Forest. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The grounds and facilities were very clean. We rented an SUV from them for a trip into Cathedral Valley. The park is only 1/2 mile from one of the finest restaurants in Utah: Cafe Diablo. They were very tolerant of our 3 well-behaved dogs. This RV park has everything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and well maintained CG. Bathrooms and showers were old but spotless. It has a lovely store/gift shop, which sells fresh bread and home made jam. There is so much to see while you are in this area, and this is a great place to stay. Nice and quiet. Great hosts, eager to help. We would stay here again. Try the Capitol Reef Inn and Cafe, good food, and good service. Its next door to the CG. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our site was plenty long and somewhat level. Wi-Fi was pretty useless. Our problem with this park is what was advertised was not what you got. They advertised fresh muffins, but apparently they don't have them all the time. They advertise fresh morning coffee and they do have it but they charge 25 cents for a small styrofoam cup of it. They say they have TV service: we were not able to pick up even one channel. They say you have views from every site: which is true, ours was a view of the cabins in front of us. The staff was a bit curt as well. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A beautiful setting with red rock behind the park and wide open, windy spaces! The wind blew most of the time we were here. Grass is green and lush with a beautiful pool. Laundry facilities were good. Bathrooms were crowded and hot water ran out. I noticed that many people ignored the signs that suggested people use cold water to wash so the showers would not be cold. The campsites were very spacious: most of the ones in the area where we were on the back row, were really two spaces: one for the vehicle and the other for our travel trailer. This was our base to travel to Capitol Reef and Goblin Valley where Grandpa and the boys climbed all over rocks. Prices are high at nearby stores since the population is small and no major stores were located in the area. We cooked our own meals, but there were prepared meals for guests to purchase. We would stay here again gladly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A clean friendly site with welcoming staff. Good for a one night stop (as in our case) or for a longer stay. Convenient for Capitol Reef National Park and Scenic Highway 12 We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well run park. Owners are very friendly and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. We loved the location. Capitol Reef is not far and there are several scenic drives you can do in a day. We had a pull through site with a wonderful view. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The back in sites are very narrow, so reserve a pull thru. These have grass and are wide enough for larger rigs. Park is clean and well kept...One of the better Campground gift shops you will find. Nice views from park. Friendly staff. Heated pool. Tent sites surrounded on 3 sides by privacy fences. Try the Capitol Reef Inn a mile or so east of the campground...good food. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place to stay while visiting Capitol Reef Park. Gravel sites are a little sloped, but easy to remedy. The sites are pretty close together, so try to get one on the end of the row. Nice view north to red cliffs, or south across the valley. Friendly and professional staff work the office, gift shop, and camp store. Torrey has a few gas stations, restaurants and a general store, but we stocked up before arriving. Wi-Fi worked but slow, Verizon cell on Extended Network. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is not a "Resort" per se, just crushed gravel site with hookups. There is no pool, and not much of anything else. It is an OK spot to stay for a couple of days off the road. The park is clean. The owner lives in a trailer on site. The atmosphere is friendly. A basic rv park, but OK to stay at. I would stop here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access for any size big rigs both on and off I-37, which makes it perfect for a night or two. This place is a RV dealer with a park in the back so if you need some service or RV supplies, then it's convenient! Very friendly staff and the spots aren't that bad either. We're hanging out for 2 days to just take a break. Try the BBQ place in town - it's great. We'd stop by again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located on East side of I-37 south of Mathis. Owner very willing to help out with anything. Staff very friendly. Roads and sites are crushed asphalt. Sites are level. Newly planted trees so no shade. Nice clubhouse. No restroom, showers, laundry. Owner is starting construction to double the size of the campground and add swimming pool, public restrooms/showers, all planned. Somewhat new campground so no activities yet. Co-located with Maxim RV Sales and Service. Propane available. $200 per month + elec. We stayed a month. I would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There was free, but slow Wi-Fi. Verizon cell signal okay, but could not get a Verizon air card signal since this is a Verizon extended service area. Some sites need tree trimming. We were able to get TV satellite at site #26. The on-site grilled pork dinner was delicious. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park with a friendly staff. Great for ATVing with access right at the park. Close to fly fishing and I would recommend for short or long term stays. We stayed a week and wish we had stayed longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Compared to others in the Grand Circle area, this one is above average, with exception of a veeeery slow Wi-Fi. Almost unusable and we are close to the office. I was told Verizon cell coverage was available, but not so. Wonderland down the road does have good cell coverage, however. Sites do slope a bit, but no biggie. I sure hope the guy next to me doesn't decide to have a camp fire: the pit is too close to me! Office staff was very friendly and their store carried a large number of items. They have park cookouts on week nights. Torrey is a very small town with no real grocery store and restaurants are few and way overpriced, so bring your own groceries and cook in the RV. But the drive up #12 to here is an awesome experience and well worth the trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Fully stocked gift/supplies store. Best prices on souveniers. Six miles to Capitol Reef Nat'l Park entrance, 12 miles to Visitor's Center. Beautiful views, wi-fi adequate, laundry on site, as well as hair stylist. ATV and 4-wheel drive vehicles available for rent. Very friendly and helpful staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice Campground with a beautiful view out back. Very well maintained. There's not much to do in Torrey, but it is within an easy drive to Capital Reef, Escalante, and Dixie National Forest. The WiFi connection had decent download speeds but was terrible on upload (making it difficult to keep our vacation blog updated). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Very convenient to Capitol Reef Nat'l Park. Wifi was more reliable than some other RV parks we were at in Utah. Staff very friendly and helpful. I agree with a previous review that said the firepits were too close to adjacent coaches. The hookups were convenient. The whole park slopes so the passenger side is always a little low, but not excessive. Price is very reasonable. Very open feel. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best park, with hookups, near Capitol Reef National Park. Sites are reasonable size but when an RV'er wants to have a campfire, it's too close to their neighbor. Good store and really friendly people. Great price for what you get. Wi-Fi is a little slow but it's free. The view to the North is really, really awesome especially at sundown. Ask for an end site like #29. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here numerous times usually in October or April. Owners are wonderful and accommodating. Beautiful setting. Owner bakes great muffins. Son has a repair shop adjacent to campground. Saved our vacation once when we blew a radiator. Wife loves the gift shop. Has quality resort wear, tee shirts and gifts at good prices. Located in Torrey which is a good bit higher than the National Park. Colder in spring and winter, cooler in summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were unable to get a full hook up site, and as a result we spent less for the two nights we were here than others have. Although I had specified when I made the reservation that we had a 36' fifth wheel with 3 slides, we were assigned to a space that was just barely wide enough for our rig. It was also barely long enough. With the slides out, we were at the edge of the site on both sides. The sites on either side of us were wider and had small, less than 20' long, no slide campers on them. This was lucky for us or we would not have fit. The owner seems quite full of herself and is not providing the level of service one would expect from a CG with this high a rating in Trailer Life. There is WiFi available, but it is weak at the back of the campground. If you want to use the computer in the office, there is a charge. There is no cell phone service in the entire area, at least from Verizon, but I also heard others with different providers mentioning the same problem, which is not the fault of the campground. There is a pay phone available outside the office in case of emergency. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice park convenient to Capitol Reef National Park. The views from the campground in every direction were wonderful. The owners were helpful. The landscaping was well maintained. Our only complaint was that there were too few washers and dryers and they were expensive. The dryers need to be replaced. It took forever to dry anything. I gave up on some items and hung them up to dry in our 5th wheel. Although I didn't use the restrooms or showers, I looked at them and they appeared clean. I agree with a previous reviewer in that there should be more of them for the size of the place. The campground is set back from the road and it was very quiet at night. We would return. If you go there, don't missing dining at Cafe Diablo just down the road. The food was incredibly good! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice rv park near Torrey. We stayed here as a base for a guided fly fishing trip and found the owners to be very nice and the facility well cared for. There is a "cookout" available on certain nights which is a nice option if you're too tired to cook, or if you'd like to meet some new people. The rv park is just outside of capital reef state park, and a lot of our neighbors headed out to the park during the day for hiking, 4x4, etc. (so it is a good location for that). The only complaint we had was how expensive the washing machines and dryers were (bring a lot of quarters!). We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Trailer Life Directory rating for this park are totally overstated. The pull through sites are listed as 32 by 70 feet, they are actually 24 by 50 or so with barely enough room for a slide and awning. They have 3 toilets and showers for 58 sites plus they allow the Rotel Tour buses with 30 people per site to stay here. One of the tours pulled in while we were here totally overloading the limited bathroom facilities they have. The owner has received good comments before but I can tell you she does not take criticism well. There are better places in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great Views. Good park to visit Capitol Reef NP from. Friendly staff. If you like buying trinkets, hats, and shirts, they are well stocked. The sites are large, spacious, and we saw only pull throughs. At 7000 feet elevation the nights can be cold. We had a hard freeze in late April. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park - very clean and the owners are just wonderful people. Gift store has many great items that she buys herself and hand picks her suppliers and items; not the usual commercial things you see. Highly recommend a stay here for Capitol Reef (which we love). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really liked this park. Our relatives rented a small cabin while we had site #15, a level full hook-up pull-through for our 30 ft class A. We had a lot of rain during our stay but the gravel surfaces drained pretty well. We liked the views from our site and the trees and grass in the campground. The sites are not huge but angled to give you more visual space. One nitpick is that if you pull in toward the left side of the site so that your sewer connection will reach easily you are quite close to your neighbors fire pit. Owners and hosts were friendly and helpful. We were very happy to find Wi-Fi. It worked well; we paid $3 for two days. Bathrooms and showers were clean and in decent condition and close to our site. The laundry we used was clean and in good repair. Our relatives were happy with their cabin as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped in a small (16') travel trailer, our friends in a large 5th wheel. The campground host was very friendly. We had two dogs that stayed no charge. The scenery was beautiful. The park was clean and everything was conveniently placed.The sites were large and most are pull throughs. For late September this place was great! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very convenient park when visiting Capitol Reef and the surrounding area. Staff was very friendly and the camp has "cowboy suppers", fresh-baked bread for purchase plus you can put in your order each night for fresh-baked muffins of several varieties! The rate for us averaged $19 with taxes, including the weekly and Good Sam discounts. Overall, a good value and nice place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our family planned to stay here over the Easter weekend for 5 quiet days at the campground...it started off nice the first day and the management was friendly but the next day a convoy of toy haulers began to invade our peaceful stay...the managers had put us right next to a ATV club get together...there were 40 plus motorcycles and ATV's running constantly around the camp dawn to 10~11 at night plus the rude kids and adults walking through our camp constantly ruined it for us...I think management should of informed us of this issue since we made resevations a couple of months in advance...the WiFi was very slow and there was a seperate charge...would not stay here again and its a shame. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There areen't many full service RV parks in this area. This one is the best. Visual separation is limited to a few trees but the sites are wide enough that you don't feel right on top of your neighbor. Sites are level and can accommodate big rigs. CG closes in late October and doesn't open again until Spring. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some sites are so small they actually combined two to make a single, usable site. Bathrooms and showers are clean but rustic if you like that sort of thing. Wi-Fi works but a *really* slow broadband link. Pleasant staff. Very scenic backdrop for the lucky few who are willing to sacrifice a full hookup (sites 1-13). Avoid sites 50-58. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is not the closest full hook up to Capitol Reef National Park. However, there is a great view, small trees, a patch of grass and firepits. Sites are level, gravel but very narrow. They offer a computer modem but you have to pay for the half hour, even if you have your own computer. The owner has diversified too much and has gotten greedy. They offer a huge gift store, firewood, ATV and Jeep rentals, she sells muffins and offers a BBQ dinner on the weekends and they have a hair salon on site. They do not recycle. They did deliver a message about incoming mail. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park rates an 8 or 9 if you get a pull-through but 5 or 6 with a back-in. Back-in sites are not level and very cramped...barely room for slideouts. reservations are needed on busy holiday weekends. On previous trips we were able to get pull-through sites and they were fine. Roads and sites are all gravel and it gets dusty but it is still by far the best option in the area. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice park and good location as base for Capitol Reef NP/Friuta and lake destinations
in south-central Utah. Scenic Hwy 12 intersects the town of Torrey and is a beautiful way into Bryce Canyon. Fulltimers staff the campground and are very helpful and friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is clean and well maintained. Rate is GS. If you stay 6 days 7th is free. Coming north on Rt.12 GPS location was 6 miles too soon. Park is on the corner of 12 & 24. Noisy during day but quiets down at night. Cable is basic and WIFI works sporadically during the day and not at all after 3 p.m. Plenty of restaurants and fuel but grocery is in Loa, 18 miles west on 24. Good spot to see Capital Reef or a stop over. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our gravel back-in site was mildly unlevel side-to-side and front-to-back but was wide and long enough to park our car and tow dolly in front of our 40 foot motor home. Campground is clean and well-maintained with grass between the sites. Noise level was high however, since we were right next to Rte 24 and a gas station across the street. No 3G/4G service in the area but basic cell service was okay. Wifi was slow when it was working and frequently down. Cable TV was mostly local channels. Plenty of trees but none blocked our satellite antenna. Convenient to Capital Reef which is why we stayed here. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Good Sam Weekly rate, otherwise $32 inc. tax. Easy in and out with good location for Capitol Reef. Drive to Loa, UT for good groceries but fuel is readily available although pricey. Good laundry, pleasant host/manager and nicely kept grounds. Cable is useless, only analog channels with nothing but local stations and a few CNN types thrown in, I went with my antenna for HD with good reception. Level sites and good hookups. Nothing really 'special' but a good home base if you're going to the National Park or traveling along Hwy. 12. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Can't give a better rating because of the traffic noise, Wi-Fi didn't work and they knew that, but still said no big deal. Our electric pedestal was reversed polarity on the 20 & 30 amp, but ok on the 50. They knew this too, but said no big deal. We felt it was too expensive for what you got in return. Also has keyed restroom access with only a chain lock on door on inside. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was clean and quiet. Highway noise quieted down after dinner. The park is very convenient to Capitol Reef National Park. Office staff was very friendly. Strange restroom arrangement -- a room with 2 toilets, but no stalls. Two single shower rooms available, but we were only given a key for one. Gravel driveways, concrete pad under picnic table, with grass and trees on site. Nightly rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice small park near Capitol Reef National Park. Spaces are roomy, staff is helpful and friendly. Gravel sites are reasonably level. No fire rings at sites. Bathrooms and showers are modern and spotless, but they are limited in number. Cable TV is okay, but not digital. Wi-Fi is one of the best I've used in an RV park. This park is located in a very rural and isolated area. Make sure you bring enough supplies for your visit as there are very limited shopping opportunities nearby, but if you time your visit right you can pick apples from the many fruit trees in the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the cleanest, most reasonable RV parks we have used. Nice gravel, no weeds. Grass next to the RV's, clean showers and laundry . Beautiful fruit trees. I will most certainly stay again when in the area. The only complaint we had is that some of the fruit trees are a little close to the RV's. Nice nice RV Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a clean and beautiful RV park except that the landscaping seems way more important than the facilities to the ownership. The trees are so close to the site that they couldn't be trimmed enough to clear any RV with slides. I couldn't even drive through the site they gave me without scraping both sides of the motorhome. Went to another site and barely fit. Then the site was so off level that I needed another step to reach the ground. The sewer is uphill from the site. They watered the lawns continually, manually moving sprinklers all around soaking my rig; some they never moved for the two days I was there making a lake outside my door almost 6" deep in the low spot. This could be a really nice RV park if they got their priorities straight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a cute, clean park with a very well-stocked store with groceries, jewelry, clothing, souvenirs, and very reasonably priced. There were plenty of spots available with grassy areas, trees, a small pool, pavilion, showers and clean bathrooms. The Wi-Fi works great, and we got 22 channels with the antenna; got to watch the NBA finals. They offer a BBQ dinner that sounded good, didn't order it. Would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean campground with all the amenities except a pool, but we did not need it. I do not agree with a previous post where it was said sites were not level. Actually, it is really easy to park. We did not even have to use any blocks but maybe it had been improved since this review. Well located near Capitol Reef. Excellent Internet signal and the cable works fine. No problem with water, electricity, and other amenities. Picnic tables very clean. Room enough between each site and the campground is located along the 24 but there is no heavy traffic so it is quiet. Sites are in "diagonal" which guarantees a minimum of privacy. We would had stay longer and will definitively come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate was with the GS discount. Can't say the owners were particularly friendly. Oh well, only need to talk to them during check-in. Sites were as level as expected anywhere i.e. a 1" board one side was enough to level up. WiFi worked well. Basic cable, but what does one expect? Nice clean, well taken care of CG even if the human element could use a little attention. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 1 night in a 40’ class MH with a toad to visit the nearby National Park (Capital Reef NP). The park is at the intersection of HWYs 12 & 24, just east of town. It was a short drive (less than about 20 miles) to Capital Reef. The park is built on a slope so a lot of the sites are not flat or level. Some of the sites required quite a bit of blocking to get level. The interior road is gravel. The back in sites are along the outside of the park. The pull throughs are in the middle of the park. Most all of the sites offer a view of the southern sky to get good satellite reception. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 amp), & sewer. The sites had an outside table. The sites are gravel with grass between the sites. Not much space between the sites. The park’s Wi-Fi was good. There wasn’t designated/fenced pet area. But there were sufficient gravel roads and grassy areas to walk the dogs. There were bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste but there were empty. It was nice little park. There was pasture land adjacent to the park where there was livestock (horses & sheep). We would stay here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one weekday night in mid-October. We had a FHU, back-in site with minimal (about 20 channels) cable TV. Most sites are satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi worked OK as the park was not full. There was no RV park map or other handouts at check-in. All we were given was a receipt with the WIFI password. Some sites are pull-through and some are back-in. Without a park map to reference I don't know the numbers of each. There are 2 separate shower rooms and you are given a key for one of them. The Men's room and Women's room (one of each) are large rooms with just a sink and toilet in each of the 2 rooms. Even for a small park, this is inadequate for a park that has tent customers (there were 5 tents there the night we stayed) and several cabins that don't have bathrooms. There was noticeable traffic noise from UT Highway 24. I'd stay here again for a couple days if I returned to spend more than one day exploring Capitol Reef National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level gravel sites surrounded by grass and well placed shade trees. Very clean bathrooms and laundry. Our site backed up to Rt 24 with a nice view of the gas station, Subway, and Day's Inn. Most lights went out by 10, about the same time the traffic died down. Very good WIFI. Owners were snippy at times but very friendly other times - gave us fresh squash from the garden. Nice large area to walk the dog, but they MUST remain leashed. Convenient to Capitol Reef. We camped here in a fifth wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owners must have read reviews here, about charging for showers because they no longer charge for them (Aug '12). We had planned to stay at Fruita CG (free) but the ungodly heat sent us here instead. It is 10 degrees cooler in Torrey than at Capitol Reef NP. In general this is a good park. Our only problem was our site located far from showers on a rainy night. We drove our 22' van and parked in a non-problematic place and were interrupted in our shower by the owner pounding on the door demanding to know who was in there. Since she registered us, saw our van and had our license # (not that big a park) it seemed intrusive. The showers are clean and well equipped. Propane is available across the street by request at the office. Torrey has some nice restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Amazing green RV park, lots of nice grass, late afternoon shade, friendly staff. Close to Capitol Reef NP, restaurants nearby. Utilities good including Wi-Fi. Long pull through sites. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, well maintained park with wonderful views to the south. Water pressure low several times during our stay. Although we did not use them, the shower cost was $4/day which seems rather high considering the fact that they water the grass almost 24 hours a day, as another reviewer stated here. Some road noise from Hwy 24 but otherwise a very nice park overall. Easy access to Capitol Reef N.P. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A well kept park with grassy sites and beautiful rural surroundings. Although the two other parks in Torrey were very full that day, this park had plenty of free sites. Well, it does not have a pool and therefore the park is more attractive for 50+ guys like us. We would certainly stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful green grass, pet friendly, with nice views of the mountains. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Since we have our own shower I saw no reason to pay extra for theirs, and with a full hookup site for $26.49 (with Good Sam Discount) I thought the price reasonable. When we return next year for a longer visit this park will be our place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One commode for men and one for women for the entire campground with a waiting line observed in the morning. So, caution with the amount of mimosas and greasy eggs. This campground charges $4.00 per site to use the showers and restroom, however left the sprinklers on 24hours a day on their beautiful grass. The location is beautiful, overlooking a pasture with amazing views in every direction, and yes the watered grass was nice to let our dogs walk in. Sites are gravel and level. Rating not higher than an 6 if planning on using the facilities. We camped here in a motorhome and travel trailer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, great location (we tried but couldn't get into the NP campground at Fruita), and decent price. Good for an overnight, and the lush grass was a nice treat for our pup, who isn't terribly fond of the typical rocky campsite in the desert. My only complaint was the road noise--we were backed into a site that was a stone's throw from the 2-lane highway. And ladies, what about the unusual configuration in the restroom? (Guys, you'll have to peek.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small campground in very close proximity to Capitol Reef National Park. The RV park is very neat and clean with well manicured lawn, etc. We did not use the restrooms or showers. The owners were very friendly and the small town of Torrey had a nice little grocery store. Would stay there again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful setting with lovely views. Helpful staff. Tidy and cared-for lawns and plants. Easy access to RV park and close to Capital Reef NP. Long level sites with picnic tables. Excellent wifi. Camp Club USA price for first night. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is at the intersection of two busy highways. We were surprised to learn that showers were extra, even though the rate quoted was higher than for another RV park in Torrey (which includes showers in their rate). Our sleep was poor due to noise from the highways. There were only two private restroom/shower stalls for the entire campground of 33 RVs, 20 tents, and several cabins. This means if someone chooses to shave or dry their hair in one of the stalls, you have to wait outside until the stall is available. Staff was not friendly. We stayed the second night at one of the other RV parks in Torrey and were very happy there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a spacious, level site with a nice grassy area. The bathrooms were excellent: clean and roomy. This park is located on an intersection so there can be some road noise. Overall, however, we would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park has insufficient bathrooms and showers for the number of cabins and tent sites. No place to wash dishes and insufficient tables for cabins and tent sites. Staff was not friendly nor helpful. It is convenient to the National Park and easy to find. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Park is very clean and green. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Cable TV worked fine for us. Wi-Fi available but unsecured access. They did not charge the extra $5 for showers as mentioned in earlier reviews. They now have the showers locked and provide you a key when you check in. There are two showers but they give you a key to one. So, in our case the one we had a key to was occupied and we had to wait our turn, then take serial showers as a family all while shower #2 remained unused. Another guest went to get a key and received a key to #1, the one with a line waiting. When I tried to ask why this system, the manager walked away after my first sentence. I recommend park if you don't need to use showers, go elsewhere if you do. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice and well-maintained park with lots of lawn. We would definitely stay here again. We were in site #8 and it has beautiful view of green fields and Boulder Mountain in the distance: really pretty. Power in the 50-amp site was fine, and the satellite reception was good. Verizon cellular was good (ok) in this area. There are a few tall trees, but none in the way. The park is close to Capitol Reef National Park (visitor center about 10 miles away). We would definitely return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park, green grass, shade trees and good sized gravel sites with convenient hookups. All the folks here are helpful and cheerful. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Conveniently located at crossroads to all the local Parks and attractions. Will stay here again for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were happy with the park. No extra amenities, but then we seldom use them. Trees and lawns very well kept. Sites plenty long and wide. Wi-Fi was slow but it did work. Verizon broadband not available in this area. All sites open enough for satellite: did not use the cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough, near the park. Cable TV and Internet did not work outside of the office. Staff knew this, yet I listened to him give a channel list and Wi-Fi password to everybody. Then 15 minutes later, after they were parked and hooked up, folks would come in and complain. "What site are you in? Oh that site: yep the TV is not good there." I checked 10 sites and none of them worked. So this guy knew but pretended he did not because who will pack up and leave after getting set up. Sort of a bait and switch deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a nice park close to Capitol Reef National Park. The sites are fairly level, the water pressure is a little low, the electrical ok. The grounds are well taken of and clean. I would rate this higher if the management was a little friendlier. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very nice. The managers are okay, but not as friendly as many we've visited. They have large sites, lots of grass and many trees. The surprise we found is the charge of $5.00 for use of their showers. The laundry room is very clean and has plenty of washers and dryers. The dryers however take 2 hours to dry, which costs about $2.00. We would camp here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park, but very clean and very well maintained. We had good cell service, satellite access, and the WiFi was very reliable. We liked the fact that there was one central firepit, rather than firepits at each site. This reduced the smoke that would get into the coach from nearby fires. It is very convenient to Capitol Reef National Park and there is an excellent bakery right across the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason to stay here is if you are desperate for cable TV, since the other 2 parks don't have it. We really wanted to see the NBA finals, and a cable program, so we chose this place, but are sorry. The cable was very poor, few stations; had to hook up to a neighbor's ped for better quality. What really got us though, was the $5 ADDITIONAL charge for a shower. Those of us in small RVs or campers, with no showers or a small stall used as a closet, depend on park showers. This place charged us the same overnight rate as the big rigs, who got to park in the few pull-through sites (small rigs were banished to the back-ins along the noisy highway). The people in big rigs shower inside their homes, using park W&E (50amp?), yet the rest of us have to pay an extra $5 to carry our stuff to the showers, meanwhile using less W & E. Then the laundry room had ineffective machines, as previously noted. We also didn't know this park is outside of town, too far to walk to the few restaurants and shops. You will be much better off staying at Thousand Lakes, the nicest in town and almost the same price. Don't make our mistake. An additional irony is that they water the grass and trees here all day and night because it's "ditch water". I hope someone takes a free shower in it, outside. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was neat and clean. We used the laundry and it was clean. The machines didn't seem to work as well as they should. It took a very long time to dry clothes and the washers didn't seem to spin out the water enough. The WiFi would not work at my site. I had to go into the office to connect. The staff was helpful and friendly and overall it was not a bad place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. It is clean and quiet at night and is an easy commute into Capitol Reef NP. We travel with our dogs, and there are several grassy areas to walk them in. A treat was the evening show the horses and cows on the farm next to the RV park put on after 6 PM every night. If you are fortunate to get a site with a view of the watering hole in the pasture have your cameras ready. We would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were one of the first campers of the season and the owners were hard at work getting the place ready for guests. Unfortunately, the showers were not ready, but that was a minor issue. Bathrooms are small for this size park (33 spaces). There are lots of other amenities, however. While literally at the intersection of Routes 24 and 12, it was not at all noisy. Gravel sites were level. In some pull-through sites, need to check adjacent trees if you have slides to open out. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very convenient for visiting Capitol Reef NP. Campground very clean, well-maintained. Everything worked well, including Wi-Fi. Didn't use showers- charge is $5/night. Grass between sites, some trees. Convenience stores, coffee shop and gas/propane across street. Scenic views to the south. Some occasional minor road noise (noisy exhaust from some trucks) from Hwy 24, but not bad, especially if you are not in the back-in row closest to the road. Traffic is light, so this is not a big deal. Would definitely return here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent park. All gravel sites. Many are nice long pull-throughs. The office staff (owners) were very nice. Told us available sites and allowed us to choose which one we liked best. Wi-Fi worked well. Not much in amenities. No pool or exercise facility. They do have a basketball court and a large grass area. They were constantly watering the grass to keep it nice. Convenient for Capitol Reef National Park. A good stopover for a night or a few nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very neat and clean park. Would have rated a 10, but there is some traffic noise from a busy intersection that starts about 7 AM. However it was quiet at night. Had very friendly office staff and was convenient to Capitol Reef NP. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park, we stayed here a week on the 4th of July. It's very clean and well kept. Manager lady made us feel like we were family. They have a basketball court, chipping green, nice trees, and the grass is kept up all the time. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice, clean well kept camp. Lots of grass and trees. Was unable to get satellite because of a bushy tree. Pull thrus are long and adequate. Backins also looked good. Staff very friendly and helpful. Beautiful area with lots to do. Park is in the corner of Hwy 24 and 12 so some road noise but pretty quiet at night. If you have kids, there is a concrete basketball court and big fire pit area. Good water pressure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park has very well maintained grounds. It is clean and the grass was kept green and mowed. It does not have many amenities, other than cable TV. It is very close to Capital Reef National Park and the recently discovered dinosaur bones in Hanksville, UT. The national park is about the only attraction in the area, so its main value is its proximity to the park and its cleanliness. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, well kept RV park with grass at each site, but limited shade trees. Pull thru sites are plenty big for 5th wheels and big rigs with toads. No special amenities, but they do have cable TV. Only a few miles to Capital Reef National Park and a pleasant scenic drive to Anasazi State Park. Restrooms, laundry and showers were very clean. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With our Good Sam discount we paid $24 for a first rate park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are wide and each has grass. There are several grass areas in the park and the view is spectacular. We had no trouble at all getting our 35' fifth wheel in one of the pull through sites. There is some highway noise but not enough to distract from the rest of the enjoyment of the night we spent here. We camped one night on our way to Capitol Reef. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located at crossroads just outside of Torrey. A small campground but good location for Capital Reef National Park. There is a good area to park and register. It has a wide gravel access road. Long gravel pull-through and back-in sites but some are slightly sloping. Although it is next to the road there is limited road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A well maintained park with grass and picnic table at each site. There are large grassy areas with golf green and crochet court. The pull throughs are 60 feet, full hookup 30 or 50 amp (except site 12 only 30 amp). It is the only park in Torrey with both cable TV hookup and free WI-FI. The park is located at the junction of Highways 12 & 24, but minimimal traffic noise. The visitors center, restaurants, gas station, and tour center are directly across the intersection within walking distance. During late October occupancy was slow, therefore the park manager was not in the office for registration. It is a great location for visiting Capitol Reef National Park (the entrance is only 3 miles east). We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very clean and well maintained park. The back in sites are good sized and the pull thrus are average or better. There is some noise from the highways as the park is located at the junction of Highways 12 & 24, but little traffic a night. There are only a mens room, womens room, accessible bathroom and two unisex showers. The laundry was clean and the machines were in very good condition although the driers took a very long time to dry even on high heat. This was the only park in the area that offered cable TV, it was included in the cost and it worked well. The WI-FI was free and the signal was strong. It was slow to very slow when the campground was full and a number of users were on at the same time. The manager and staff (his daughter) were very helpful. This was a good location for visiting Capitol Reef, Escalante Grand Staircase, Dixie National Forest and Fishlake National Forest. We plan to return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is small campground, but well kept up. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. The surrounding view was pretty. Was close to Capitol Reef National Park. The wifi was strong and dependable and we had cell coverage from AT&T. Overall, good for the money. Would definitely go there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very adequate campground. Odd that they charge $5 extra if you use their restrooms or bath facilities. Laundry was excellent. Owners were really pleasant and helpful in things to see in the area. WiFi was silly slow. Over all very clean and tidy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice, clean campground. Kind of spartan in that there aren't many amenities; however, we were there to visit Capitol Reef not recreate at the campground. Nice, helpful staff. WiFi was very slow. For you technophiles the latency was terrible with ping times in the thousands of ms. That being said, for a convenient place to stay when visiting Capitol Reef, this can't be beat. We would stay here again without hesitation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On checking in, the park look great, well maintained and the views are great. Closest park to Capitol Reef NP. After staying here a couple days, there were a few things that could have been better. The roads and sites are gravel and vehicles are allowed to drive too fast within the park, kicking up a lot of dust. Beside us were a couple of trailers with permanent locals living in them. They were a little too noisy, drove too fast, and had older diesel trucks that were extremely smelly. Also there were a few dogs allowed to roam freely. And the WiFi barely works, maybe because we were in the farthest pull-through site. Not a bad park, but could have been better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here overnight the management was very friendly and the restrooms/showers were separate rooms and very clean, the trees were new and small we would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.