General Campground Information

Hours of Operation

We are open seven days a week from 9 am to 9 pm. If you missed us during the day, don't worry – Night Registration is available at the North West side of our office. Simply complete the envelope clearly, include the correct payment for each site type, remove the map from the envelope, and drop it into the box on the wall to the left of the small cabin. Our night watch team is available all night for assistance. Press the button on the silver box for help or call 801-599-7262.

Extra Vehicles or Trailers

Due to the influx of trailers with extra vehicles, we only allow 2 vehicles on the site if they fit without parking on the grass.
We do not allow vehicles to park on the grass or in the road, as this prohibits other RVs from being able to make a clean pull into the sites assigned.
We do have limited overflow parking for $5.00 per night, large trailers $10.00 per night.  We do not allow 2 campers on any site together, all campers will need to reserve a separate site. All vehicles must have a valid car pass.


• RV & Tent – 1:00 PM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin – 3:00 PM
• RV & Tent – 11:00 AM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin – 11:00 AM
• $15.00 Late Check-out -1:00 PM (based on availability)


Quiet Hours 10:00 PM - 8:00 AM - we request that you keep noise to a minimum out of consideration for your neighbors.
No generators after 10 pm

Fire Pits

We are prohibited from providing in-ground fire pits at some of our sites due to city regulations. Guests are welcome to bring their own with them or we have gas fire pits for all to enjoy, we also have BBQ grills for rent / sale in the front office.


Our pool is open from May 1 - September 30 (Weather permitting). 
The hot tub remains open year-round for all to enjoy 9:00 am - 9:00 pm.

Pet Fences

We love pets! We do ask that pet fences are only open outside if the owner is present outdoors with them. Please fold them up and store them away when not in use.


Clotheslines are prohibited to maintain a clean appearance in our Park. We do offer coin operated dryers in 2 laundry facilities. It's only 25 cents for 7 minutes!

Current Visitor Policy

All visitors must register at the office prior to entering the park. 
Day Visitors are welcome. $4 per additional adult & child over 5.
Day Visitors will need a car tag and must park in the extra parking in front of the office.

Free Cable TV

Our Newly Upgrade Cable System provides 40+ channels in both High and Standard Definition.

Family Rates

No Charge for Children under 18 years of age. 
Our sites will accommodate up to 6 people per site.
Visitors are welcome, there is an extra charge of $4.00 per visitor.

Holiday Information

Our office is closed on the following holidays; however, we will have sites available through our night registration desk located just on the North West corner of our office for our Holiday guests. Look for the small cabin on the wall, open the doors and take an envelope follow the instructions on the envelope. If you need help please call our Night Watchman 801-599-7262.
Happy holidays from all of us here at the Salt Lake KOA Holiday!
Office will be closed:
November 23rd and 24th Thanksgiving
December 24th and 25th Christmas
January 1st, 2024 New Years Day

Salt Lake County History

Embark on a journey through the ages to discover the captivating history of Salt Lake County. The Salt Lake Valley was first inhabited by the "Desert Gatherers" and the "Fremont Indians," followed by the Shoshonean tribes. The valley was home to the Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute and Ute tribes when the Mormon pioneers arrived in 1847 to establish a religious settlement.The "State of Deseret" government gave birth to Great Salt Lake County on January 31, 1850, with over 11,000 residents living in the County at that time. The first formal meeting of the county government occurred on March 15, 1852, eighteen months after the United States Congress established the Utah Territory.At the time, the county government was managed by probate judges and county selectmen in what was known as the County Court. Over time, their duties expanded, and more functions were performed by newly created administrative agencies.Salt Lake County had 77,725 residents in 1900, and county government provided social services to residents by operating a Girl's Home, a hospital and infirmary, and providing pensions to the poor and widows. During the Depression, the County provided relief to over 11,500 people. Public works projects were funded at over $340,000 in wages to offset unemployment.As the county grew, so did the government. By 1990, there were over 700,000 residents, and more administrative offices were created to manage county government. The county continued to expand its services, including more libraries, recreation centers, and programs for its aging population.Today, Salt Lake County is a diverse community of 16 cities and 6 townships, serving almost 1 million residents by providing public safety, health services, and cultural and recreation opportunities while also managing property, growth, and development issues.

Social Fire Experience

Social Fire Experience (9 am to 10 pm)
Come gather around our fire pits for some smores, or just to meet new friends. 
Press the green button on the wall to use the fire pits.

Free Internet & WIFI

Free Wi-Fi is available at all sites. We have multiple antennas to service your site; no password is required.
Connect to an open KOA network, if you need help connecting smart TV's or game stations please text our tech support team at 385-275-8398

Cable TV is available on all our sites.

Pets are Welcome

Pets love camping and we love pets! Please keep pets leashed and quiet at all times. Do not leave your pet unattended. Do not walk dogs on the tent sites or on the playground. No animals inside facilities. No aggressive dogs are allowed. Always clean up after your pet and be sure to visit our enclosed KAMP K9 dog park with Pet Wash. We sell dog collars & leaches, wonderful dog cookies, pet shampoo, and dog-waste bags in the camp store.

Pets are welcome - We have Kamp K9 for dogs -  grassy off-leash area to let them run some energy out.
While your here give your pets a shower with our Free K9 dog wash. (shampoo sold in the camp-store)

Free Hot Coffee, Tea, and Pancakes

We serve free Coffee, Tea, Hot Coca, (all day) and Pancakes served daily in the Camp Store (Open-11 am).

General information items

Here at the Salt Lake KOA Holliday, we are a quiet campground with great views of the mountains.
We offer individual and group tent sites - with electricity, water and sewer.
All of our sites have full hook-ups. We can accommodate RV'S, tents, cabins, and lodges.
Firewood and ice are available for purchase. (We Deliver)At our campground you will enjoy some great amenities:
Free WIFI, and Cable TV.
Heated pool (Summer 9 am to 9 pm) 
Hot Tub (open year-round).
Social Fire Experience (9 am to 10 pm)
Free Arcade games, playing cards, Book exchange, Board games, Basketball / Pickle Ball Court, Volleyball, Giant Connect 4, Giant Yard Jenga, Yard Yahtzee, Playground, Polly Pong, Tennis, Ladder Ball, Soccer Pool, and Corn Hole.Pets are welcome - We have Kamp K9 for dogs - grassy off-leash area to let them run some energy out.
While your here give your pets a shower with our Free K9 dog wash. (shampoo sold in the camp-store)We serve free Coffee, Tea, Hot Coca, (all day) and Pancakes served daily in the Camp Store (Open-11 am).


Our cabins are rustic, with beds (FULL AND TWIN), electricity, and a TV with nearby bathrooms and showers.
Fire ring and patio for your enjoyment
Check-in time is 3:00 P.M. Check-out is 11:00 A.M.
The Cabins are rustic and do not include linens.
Linens can be rented, for $10.00 please let us know if you will need a linen package.

Deluxe Cabins

Our deluxe cabins are equipped with a queen bed, twin bunk beds, include all linens, are fully stocked with everything needed to enjoy your stay. (sleeps 4)
Our ADA Deluxe cabin includes a queen bed room, a full size couch bed, and 2 twin beds in the loft (sleeps 6).
Deluxe cabins include a fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee pot, AC / Heat, and TV. 
Full bathroom with tub / shower. (towels also included).
Fire pit, deck or patio to relax and enjoy your time. 
BBq for cooking, pots, pans, and dishware all included. 
Staying in a deluxe lodge is similar to a fully stocked hotel room only much better, with more available amenities. 
Cribs, highchair, iron, and iron-board available upon request

Cancelation policy

We follow KOA National cancelation policy:
RV and Tent sites - If you need to cancel your reservation, we require a 48 hour notice in order to refund your deposit minus a $10 processing fee.
Cabins - If you need to cancel your reservation, we require a 7 day notice in order to refund your deposit minus a $10 processing fee.

Meet Your Hosts

Nichole Larsen Manager,  Angie McIntire Manager

Laugh Hard, Smile Big & Camp Often! Join us as we provide our guests with long lasting camping experiences. Making great memories with our campers is our number one goal!

For three generations, the Menlove family has delighted in providing a first-class camping experience for our many guests from all around the world.  As a family, we anticipate the excitement and future of the RV industry, while offering a relaxing place for our many travelers to revitalize, refresh, and discover both our award-winning park and the Salt Lake City area.   

Managers Nicole Larsen and Angie McIntire, both long time employees, love it here and thoroughly appreciate meeting the needs of our guests.
“The best part is talking with our campers about their many adventures both on the road and off.”  Along with Nicole and Angie, our amazing staff goes all out in providing a top-notch experience for every guest with our excellent customer service.

Whether you are an overnight camper just passing through, or a camper wanting to explore the Salt Lake City area for a few days, we all desire to help make your stay at the Salt Lake City KOA both happy and memorable.