We had a very large area. The site was level with gravel. We were in site 21 which was very quiet. It is in town with a major highway up front which could be noisy if one had a site close to the highway. We do not use the parks restrooms or showers so cannot comment. We would stay here again if we could get a site located along the West back side like site 21. They have pull-through sites that are very large. In fact the largest we have seen all summer.
This was a small RV campground. Was able to take pet to large open field next to campground to exercise. The owner was not friendly. Was setting up my satellite in grass next to RV and he kept telling me in different ways that he didn't want it in the yard. I moved it in front of the RV in the gravel to shut him up. That was the only interface I had with him after checking in. Don't think there is anything else in Vernal but would check before I would come back.
This is a 55+ RV resort. It was very shady. We stayed there for 4 nights. It was off the highway so no highway noise, train noise, or bright street or security lights. We found this park to be excellent and would stay there again. The ground was a mixture of dirt and grass. If you were not careful you could track in dirt. Some sites fave a large concrete pad that would eliminate this problem.
This is a very small RV park. I tried to use their Wi-Fi but did not have a signal at my site. Owner said to bring my laptop to the office if I wanted, since I have my own wireless card I did not need their internet. We are at over 6000 foot elevation so it was cool at night. Again I will say no trains near to keep you awake at night. I did not use the restrooms or showers but did look at them and found them to be very clean. We would use this park again.
Since we camp in a class A fully contained motorhome, We did not use the showers and restrooms. We found the people to be friendly and the park was very clean. Since the park is just off the highway there was some as expected road noise especially since we were on the front row. There was no railroads near so no train horns, thank goodness. Have absolutely no complaints. Since the park is in the desert there will be some dust in the air at times. The camping site was all gravel except there was a pad all along the side with grass next to that. Absolutely no mud or dirt to track into the RV.