Open: Opens March 1 - Closes October 31 Number of Sites: 83 Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
From this shady, quiet campground in the heart of Utah, head along old U.S. 89 to explore small towns along the state's Heritage Highway. See the towering, ornate Manti Temple and Big Rock Candy Mountain that inspired Burl Ives to write a song. Fish in clear, cold Fish Lake, then drive through Capitol Reef National Park. Enjoy history? Don't miss Fremont Indian State Park, where a prehistoric village was unearthed in 1983. Continue on to Cove Fort Historic Site, a way station for travelers in 1867, now restored to its original quality. The campground is close to it all-and a short drive to restaurants and grocery stores. Rent bikes, swim in the pool, shoot pool in the game room or play mini golf, horseshoes or basketball.
50 max amp
75' max length
Pool (May 27 to Sep 06)
RV Clubs & Rallies
Catering on-site by a local caterer
Exit 37 off I-70: .6 mi to 400 West turn L (N), .7 mi to 600 South, turn L (W), 2 blks to KOA.
Exit 40 off I-70: 2 mi on Main St to 600 South (1st St past Quality Inn), turn W, go 6 blocks to KOA.
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