Park City RV Resort, Park City, Utah

Boundless views of the surrounding Park City area mountains and valleys, this RV resort truly meets resort status. Set along a fishing stream, southern views of Olympic Park are available from most premium and deluxe sites. This resort has various "levels" within its boundaries; an upper level for Class A, Class C or 5th Wheels that are paved and crisply landscaped. A lower level for all other trailers has dirt sites wit picnic tables. Laundry, a game room, restrooms & showers, pool, a clubhouse, a climbing wall, fishing stream and hiking and biking trails are available. The resort is conveniently located off the I-80 and a mile or so from an outlet mall, Walmart and other shopping, yet maintains a rustic feel with such
spectacular views of the surrounding beauty. Upper level sites are available for purchase. We found site E-6 to be amazing from all windows of our rig, while also offering a private gazebo on our pad. Sites in this "E" section are reserved for Class As only, and are forward pull-in, offering views of the creek and wildflower covered mountainside out your front picture windows. Other window views were of the Park City valley and Olympic Park. All sites have electric and water hookups, while all upper and upper middle sites have full hookups. Tent sites along the creek have the scenic backdrop of the fishing steam, picnic tables and shade canopies. With mild summer temperatures and so much to explore at the Olympic Park, this is sure to be a repeat stop in Camp Crazy's itinerary!

Good Sites: E1-E6
Poor Sites: F35-F41
Hookups: Water, Electric & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes


Carl said…
I found your blog while looking for RV camping near Great Basin (we've camped in the park before, but our new trailer is too long for many spots).
Anyway I enjoyed looking at your list of recommeneded spots (many we have camped at with equally good expereinces).
However than I came to this one and was really surprised, since this would rank as our absolute worst campground anywhere we have camped.

My son has even had nightmares and begged me never to go here again.

Briefly; we made reservations 6 months in advance with our new TT and new Tow vehicle and asked for the area you noted, however upon arrival we were placed in the middle area.
We found the person at check in also to be rather rude.

This access road was clearly not meant for large vehicle (& a call to the County confirmed this park was not allowed to park vehicles of our size down there)
When attemtping to get out, our vehilce lost traction in the very loose gravel of thsi steep access road, resulting in us almost sliding off this road.

A conversation with this same person yielded little, although finally we got a response by phone from the owner who made excuses that did not wash with what Summit County stated. As well one of these excyses is since we had children, we were l=placed in this area, but from your blog, it is clear you travel with children.

Park City is a great place to visit, but until a reputable RV park is established here, we will never return

Carl; My Endeavors