Love State Parks
Very close to Provo and less than an hour to downtown SLC. Talked to campground host once. Nice older gentleman.
Right on Lake Utah, the largest fresh water lake in Utah. Lots of trees around. We camped right next to a marsh. Not many bugs this time of the year, but there might be more in warmer months. We saw tons of birds including pheasant, killdeer, amazing magpies, yellow-headed blackbirds, coots, herons, geese, grebes, ducks, California quail, robins and other songbirds. The sounds from the marsh were a symphony of calls and cackles. Check out the video below to hear some of the calls of nature. We paid $20 a night for partial hook-ups, water and electric, pull-through site.
Bathrooms - New and clean but out of TP a few times. Showers were hot but tight for changing and made for folks under 5'7" You really can't compare RV Parks with State Parks. State Parks are generally so much roomier.
Small playground, beach, boat rentals, fishing. State Park clean. Dump, picnic table with shelter, grill and fire pit at each site. We really enjoyed our stay here. Really nicer than an RV Park.
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