General Campground Information


Dear Camper:

For the slow season, our office is open every day from 10 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm Mountain Time.
If you call, please leave a message with your information, and we will call you back.
For Arrivals: 
Campers with Reservations, your information will be posted at the Office door.
Campers with NO Reservations, we have self/registration available by our front door office. Please follow the instructions, and PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON RESERVED SITES.


Store Hours: Summer time we are open 8am to 9pm
Check-in time is 3pm and Check-out is 11am 
Quiet time is 10pm to 7am
Speed limit is 5mph


KOA Campgrounds are pet friendly and welcome our guests who enjoy traveling
and sharing their camping experience with the family dog and/or cat. However,
to ensure all of our guests have a safe and enjoyable time, it is important that you
read and abide by the following KOA pet policy:

• Aggressive dogs of any breed are not welcome at any KOA. If your dog shows
behavior that is protective and unfriendly to strangers, please leave them
home. If you decide to bring your dog and it exhibits this type of behavior the
owner or management of the KOA will ask you to please find other camping

• While KOA does not explicitly prohibit any breed of dogs, KOA Campgrounds
are individually owned and operated and some campgrounds may have
policies against accepting certain breeds that have been identified by their
major insurance provider as having a history of unfriendly and aggressive
behavior to other dogs and to humans. These breeds are Pit Bulls and Pit Bull
mixes, Rottweilers and Dobermans.

• All dogs are required to be under the control and visual observation of their
owner at all times. A 6' (six foot) leash rule is in effect whenever the animal
is outside the owner's camping trailer, vehicle, cabin, or motorhome. No
dog should be left tied up and unattended outside the owner's camping

• Allowing your pet to bark uncontrollably day or night will not be permitted
and you may be asked to leave if you are not able to control your pet's barking

• Pet rules unique to the location will be addressed at time of reservation or
registration. We encourage all dog owners to call in advance to inquire about
any specific rules that might apply to their situation. Some KOA campgrounds
do not allow pets in their Camping Cabins or have limited availability of pet
units for rent. Please call in to inquire about availability for you and your pet.

• Service dogs of any breed are welcome at all KOA campgrounds. However,
these animals must follow leash restraint policies and may not exhibit
aggressive behavior.

Check-in and Check-out times

Check-in is 3 pm or depends on the availability. 
Check-out is 11 am
Mountain time.

Quiet hours

Quiet hours are 10 pm to 7 am Mountain time

Pool Hours


Meet Your Hosts

The Bernacchi Family

A personal touch is very important, no matter what you are working with, you can't buy it and you can't bottle it.

New owners Rob and Tina Bernacchi were not expecting what they got when they bought their second KOA in Wendover. The couple lives in Arizona and runs their KOA and manages another in Nevada. They ran a resort in Colorado until they opted for a different lifestyle in Arizona. The change of weather and scenery were enough for Rob and Tina to realize they enjoyed the RV life and decided to make the investment.

The Wendover KOA has endured a harsh life, according to Tina, and the couple put in the effort to renew its reputation and fix the leaks and cracks in the physical facilities. As the cogs and wheels of the campground are polished, Rob and Tina are visiting the KOA once a month. "We are trying to fix it up-we are cleaning it and defining the sites," said Tina, "It has always had a lot of potential and there is nothing like customer service, friendliness, and cleanliness."

The campground is located on the Utah and Nevada state line and according to Rob and Tina, this is one of the only areas to see the curvature of the earth. It is surrounded by undeveloped BLM land, and the high desert supplies visitors with an area for bird watching. Wild horse herds also roam the area, and to catch a glimpse of them would alone make the trip worthwhile.

"We spend time talking to people and answering every question because we were in the resort business and we know that customer service is number one," said Tina. Tina added that they love to visit and spend time with their guests-something they were unable to do as much of in the large scale resort setting. "A personal touch is very important, no matter what you are working with, you can't buy it and you can't bottle it," said Tina.