Thousand Lakes RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Thousand Lakes RV Park
RVParking.com should update the title of this listing as the name is Thousand Lakes RV Park.
We stayed at Thousand Lakes the first of July 2017. The campground was super convenient to Capitol Reef N.P. 6 miles to the entrance and another 6 to the Visitor Center.
The campground is as one would expect in this part of Utah...flat, red clay and beautiful views. I didn't see and can't imagine a better option as a spot to stay while touring Capitol Reef. I have zero complaints about this campground. Our gravel site was level, had a shade tree (something appreciated in this area), picnic table, and a fire pit...with plenty of space between us and the guy in the adjacent site. We were pulling a tow vehicle with our 25' Motorhome, so were 42' long overall and had room to spare in our site w/o unhooking the toad, so I'd say this RV park is big rig friendly. The interior roads through the campground were easy to navigate. Our dogs appreciated the patches of grass at the end of the aisles. There is a pool and playground for the kiddos. The camp store was one of the best we've seen and has a good selection of snacks, rv items and souvenirs...the buyer does a good job. Staff was friendly. We paid $41 incl tax, for a pull thru with FHU (not sure we were credited for the 10% Good Sam discount). I would definitely stay here again. If you are coming this way, I highly recommend taking the more scenic (and slower) routes across UT...Hwy 24 and Hwy 12. The scenery is stunning and traffic practically nil. The landscape is absolutely breathtaking...unlike anything you will see in other parts of the world.
great canyon location
Our place had a great view of the canyon, incredible, full hook up, Sanitary facilities ok clean, but for the season is not sufficient, we finished at 7 clock, then was announced are snake ... nice helpful staff
The name of the RV Park is "Thousand Lakes RV Park". It say's in their Ads that they have free muffins every morning but when we get there, it cost $.95, The staff were very friendly, our camp site has a grass on the side, and our dog likes to lay on it, the view of the canyon was great..it is really nice to stay on this campground, there are tent campers, and Cabin accommodation, therefore a lot of people are using the restrooms/shower, and they only have 1 shower and toilet near the gift shop, and 2 toilet/shower near the cabins, and they were too small, my knees touch the door when i sits on the toilet.. Thats the only downside of this park, other than that it was a great park.
Gorgeous RV Park
Great park, plenty of shade and grass, playground, pool and close to Capitol Reef Park.Spotlessly clean, neat store and cookouts,too. We will make it apoint to return.