This was the second time that we have stayed at this park. Delta is an isolated farming community and the nearest RV park is about 35 to 40 miles away. To the west, nothing for 80 miles. The park is somewhat run down and both times has only been partially full. When we arrived the office was closed but there was an envelope by the door with instructions to go pick your spot and to slip payment through the office door. Sites are adequate and not too close together but the water hookups have weeds and moss growing around them. We came through delta going to Great Basin National Park and returned the same way. On the way out I noticed an RV pulled over by the local police and I was followed out of town by a police car. On our return trip we parked in a large paved lot at the city park near one other RV. While there we had the local police parked across and keeping an eye on us. I have the impression that this is not an RV friendly community.
This is a very nice park in a beautiful location, lots of shade trees and grass. This park seems to be very well maintained and the staff was friendly and efficient. If your looking for a quiet relaxing park, this may not be the one for you. Being in Utah and a family park, it's full of kids who are up early so don,t plan on sleeping in. Roads are quite narrow and there a lot of trees and large boulders to watch out for but we were able to manage with a 31 foot travel trailer and a dually truck. My only complaint was being put in a pull thru spot that we fit in by inches. We had tent campers across the narrow road in front of us so would have to back out to leave. Then they parked another travel trailer directly in back of us. Luckily the tent campers in front of us left in the morning but we had to wait for them before we could leave.....good thing we didn't plan on leaving early.