Right off of I-80 at the Coalville exit - so it was easy to find. I could see the big "RV" sign from the freeway. The park is located behind the Phillips 66 convenience store. (You register in the store). All of the sites are pull through. They were laid out in an unusual configuration but worked fine. It helped for the store clerk to tell me which way to enter the park. She said during the busy time of year, a man actually takes you to your site. The park was quiet. Very pretty. It sits next to the Weber river which is touted as a blue ribbon trout stream. The mountains loom nearby. There is a walking/biking rail trail nearby, but I didn't try it. I did go to a museum over at the courthouse in town. It was worth seeing - and no charge. Bring your coat unless coming in the summer. It was cool. I think their elevation is just over 5,000 feet. The park looks like it has been there for quite a few years. The asphalt, drive, and cement pads were not new, but functional. I loved the small meandering stream that went right by our camping spot. Hint: Ask for a site next to the stream. On the other side of the stream was a large grassy area, and then the river.