Please help us make your stay with us a pleasant one by following our few rules for your safety and comfort. Build fires only in grates provided or your own grill. Approved firewood only. No vehicle or RV washing is permitted. No clotheslines will be allowed at any time. The laundry is open 24 hours for your convenience. No tents are permitted on RV or Cabin sites. Please observe our 10 mph speed limit and watch for children. Only registered guests are allowed use of campground facilities, i.e. pool, restrooms and laundry. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am.
Build fires only in grates provided or your own grill. Firewood may be purchased in the store.
Quiet hours are 10 PM to 7 AM.
Your pet is a part of your family and is welcome as such, but do keep it quiet and leashed at all times. All buildings and the pool area are off limits to pets. Please clean up after your pet.
Check in is noon for all tent and RV sites. For cottages and kabins, check in time is 2 PM.
Check out or re-register by 11 AM.
The pool is open from 9 AM to 8 PM. No lifeguard is on duty. Children under 14 must be accomplished by an adult. No large rafts permitted.
Laundry is open 24 hours. The laundry is located in the same building as the office.
If you can tent camp with someone in the rain and not kill him, you should seriously consider marrying him. I did and it was the best decision I ever made!Having come to KOA after successful business careers, we really enjoy the laid-back environment a campground offers. We love interacting with our guests and we now know that everyone has a story that they are just waiting to share. Of course owning a campground also means you have to become proficient in repairing sewer problems, water leaks and electrical outages. It is a good thing that Bob was raised in Wyoming and was taught at a young age to take care of things himself. He keeps the campground up to date and was instrumental in the expansion and redesign of over half of our park in 2014. Whew!! I'm glad that the major work is behind us and our campers are certainly enjoying our new sites. Now Bob can get back on the golf course and work on his handicap. I am still working on the landscaping and hopefully that will be done this season. We also love to travel when we aren't taking care of campers and try to visit wine country at least once a season. Bob and I enjoy life here in Utah and feel it is one of the most beautiful states to explore.