Pony Express RV Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Clean, nice, fabric like
This is, out of the 6 seen yet, the top RV site. All in tip top shape. Nice and helpfull people.
As a foreigner I still need to get used to entering a code to unlock a restroom. I just don't understand this. Anyway sharply measured slots with well trimmed grass around our slot.
Location is close to interstate, but that is not causing any frustration.
There is not much (nothing) to do in a walking distance, but city center is roughly a 10 minute drive, while parking in front of the Radison with an RV is no problem at all.
This was a fabulous RV resort! We were guests here for 2 weeks. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The pads were all concrete and everything was well maintained. The laundry room was good, had a nice pool, and even a clubhouse area inside. I also especially liked that there was a paved bike trail just out the back gate, and it goes for miles and miles. It goes all the way to Provo. However, riding in that direction is sketchy in places. Instead, I would head North and go towards Bountiful. Even going that way I was able to get in 30 mile rides. The highway noise didn't really bother us and we even slept with our windows open on some of the cool nights. There were a lot of really nice rigs in this RV resort, which says all it needs to say. This will definitely be our stop when in the Salt Lake City area.
Nice Resort with Lots of Amenities
Stayed here one night during a long trip and had NO issues. Pleasant staff, nice spaces, large park, lots of amenities and a security gate. Would definitely stay here if we ever pass by this way again.
Spent just night very clean and didn't hear any freeway noise, will stay again on my way down south.
Beautiful facility and very clean. Hospitable staff, but too close to a busy highway and you will hear the traffic all night long!
Nicest park in Salt Lake City area in our opinion
What is the difference between a RV Park and a RV Resort? Beats me! We stayed at the Pony Express Rv Resort for most of our time in the Salt Lake City area. It is a decent and newer resort in North Salt Lake, very close to SLC and Antelope Park and mountains. Very helpful and nice people working at this RV park. Some smaller trees but close to I15. A little pond is on site.
We paid $35.50 a night for full hook-ups, pull-through site with cable. Bathrooms - Nice roomy showers, hot with plenty of room to change in.
Site was Long enough and plenty of room to park van behind the rig. Nice playground, basketball court, horseshoes, outdoor pool (closed until summer). Game room with foosball and pool table.
Very tidy park. Laundry, small store, propane, very small exchange library, dog run. Meeting room with fireplace. Nice, clean park with friendly staff.