Thousand Lakes RV Park

(26 Reviews)

1110 W Hwy 24, Torrey, UT 84775

435-425-3500

800-355-8995

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GPS: 38.3017, -111.445

Thousand Lakes RV Park is located at 1110 W Hwy 24, Torrey, Utah 84775 with a total of 64 campsites. Before your trip to Thousand Lakes RV Park, check out website at http://www.thousandlakesrvpark.com/ or contact them through 435-425-3500 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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38.3017, -111.445

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Last Price Paid: $50

Reported by Betsy on 06.02.2022

Longest RV Reported: 41 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

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Number of Sites:

64

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Open Seasonally:

April-Oct.

Elevation:

6,824 ft / 2,079 m

Tent Camping:

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  • Area Guides Avatar Betsy
    As others have said, unfriendly, rude staff

    Reviewed 2/6/2022

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: M1

    I had high hopes for this campground based on its website, but sadly that didn’t work out. Unfortunately, this once green park is nothing but a gravel pit with the exception of the area around the office and pool. It wouldn’t take much to level the sites, but no. They like to do business in “cash”… Our biggest mistake was renting a Jee...moreI had high hopes for this campground based on its website, but sadly that didn’t work out. Unfortunately, this once green park is nothing but a gravel pit with the exception of the area around the office and pool. It wouldn’t take much to level the sites, but no. They like to do business in “cash”… Our biggest mistake was renting a Jeep from them. The staff was unfriendly and gave us very strong instructions on how we were to return the Jeep. Clean inside and out, no dust inside. Period. Go find a car wash and vacuum, make sure you dry it completely, etc. Then they say absolutely no dogs. Lastly, they charged $233.49 a day for what is a maximum allowable period of 11.5 hours, not 24. As the owner said, “I need to sleep”. We spent a long time detailing their Jeep which was a over-the-top requirement.Internet is nearly non-existent— 320kbps. Campground fell far short of expectations created by website.

  • Area Guides Avatar Goose & Yocket
    Nice Site with Good Amenities

    Reviewed 22/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    We stopped here to see Capital Reef on our way from Bryce to Moab for 1 night. We had a back-in site with beautiful aview. Neighbours were close but we were lucky that on one side the site was closed (breathing room). Dirt pads but has electricity. Did some much needed laundry which wasn't expensive ($1.75 for a wash and $2.00 for a dr...moreWe stopped here to see Capital Reef on our way from Bryce to Moab for 1 night. We had a back-in site with beautiful aview. Neighbours were close but we were lucky that on one side the site was closed (breathing room). Dirt pads but has electricity. Did some much needed laundry which wasn't expensive ($1.75 for a wash and $2.00 for a dry I believe) and had a nice hot shower with no time restriction. Shower stalls were lockable with a good bench. Bathrooms were clean but not much room in the stalls. They have a pool (which was closed), probably nice in the hot months. We just missed the smokehouse BBQ meal they offer (next time I'd arrive in time for that, smelled terrific). I wouldn't stay for a long time but good for a night or two. Cute little cabins but didn't look inside. Staff was warm and friendly and had a nice store. Had cell service.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rich67
    Typical but awesome RV park

    Reviewed 16/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $27

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 15

    When I say “typical”, I am referring to the jam-packed-right next to your neighbors type of park. It’s not our type of camping, but we truly enjoyed this park. It’s close to Capitol Reef, and Torrey is a cool little town. The scenery around the park is nice too. The park itself is immaculate, the showers are hot, the employees are all ...moreWhen I say “typical”, I am referring to the jam-packed-right next to your neighbors type of park. It’s not our type of camping, but we truly enjoyed this park. It’s close to Capitol Reef, and Torrey is a cool little town. The scenery around the park is nice too. The park itself is immaculate, the showers are hot, the employees are all very pleasant, and the sites are well kept. They even have a BBQ place right in the park. It’s quiet at night as well. Great place for the whole RV experience. Laundry facilities also were adequate and plentiful.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rob and Christy
    Nice spot close to Capitol Reef

    Reviewed 11/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 4

    Nice sites and very friendly staff. Easy pull-through site. Quiet. Easy to get to Capitol Reef NP. Recommend going over to the Lion’s Head (a few miles up the road). Such cool rock formations!

  • Area Guides Avatar Beth A
    Great campground near Capitol Reef

    Reviewed 6/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $49

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 36

    Excellently run and organized, friendly staff, lovely cliff views, good clean showers. Perfect location for Capitol Reef, close enough to Torrey but those extra few minutes down the road made a world of difference.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lovingthervlife
    Nice views of the red rock mesa at back of campground

    Reviewed 26/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 39

    This was a nice campground outside of Torrey. We stayed two nights so we could visit Capitol Reef NP. We actually closed them down for the season on October 25. The site was gravel, full hookups, picnic table, and a fire pit. There were no OTA channels, but the campground had good AT&T signal strength so we could stream from our mobile...moreThis was a nice campground outside of Torrey. We stayed two nights so we could visit Capitol Reef NP. We actually closed them down for the season on October 25. The site was gravel, full hookups, picnic table, and a fire pit. There were no OTA channels, but the campground had good AT&T signal strength so we could stream from our mobile hotspot. They had a nice check-in area which also included a large gift shop of unique items. One nice touch was you could sign up for muffins for $1 to be picked up the next morning. They were delicious!

  • Area Guides Avatar iKoWnOtHiNg
    Great Park!

    Reviewed 10/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $41

    Days stayed: 47

    Site number: 39

    I love this park! The location is perfect as it’s close to the National Park and also close to stores without losing the gorgeous view. The gift shop/office is the best I’ve ever been in - we tend to visit there just to blow some time. There are ATV trails you can use right from the park without having to trailer your toys somewhere. T...moreI love this park! The location is perfect as it’s close to the National Park and also close to stores without losing the gorgeous view. The gift shop/office is the best I’ve ever been in - we tend to visit there just to blow some time. There are ATV trails you can use right from the park without having to trailer your toys somewhere. The facilities are super clean and the amenities are some of the best I’ve experienced in my 4 years of full-time travels. The staff work so hard at making sure the spots are level, trash is emptied and grass is kept green. We’ve had no issue pulling our 40’ 5th wheel into any of the spots and we’ve visited multiple times. We visit once a year now because I consider this park and this location my happy place!

  • Area Guides Avatar RoaminRhoades
    Beautiful views and quiet but un-friendly staff, terrible wifi, and bad water

    Reviewed 4/9/2021

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    Days stayed: 33

    Site number: 23

    My wife and I work from our campers full-time and were very excited to spend some time in such a lovely little area when we normally travel more Southern in Utah or in SLC.I'll start by saying the view here is excellent. I sat outside almost every day while working and was able to enjoy the sheer red cliffs of the surrounding mesas...moreMy wife and I work from our campers full-time and were very excited to spend some time in such a lovely little area when we normally travel more Southern in Utah or in SLC.I'll start by saying the view here is excellent. I sat outside almost every day while working and was able to enjoy the sheer red cliffs of the surrounding mesas. If anything brought me back, it'd be the views.The folks that ran the campground did leave a little bit of a bad taste in our mouth. In our 33 days we only went in the camp store 3 or 4 times but always felt unwelcome or that we were bothering them by coming in. There were two people who were always pleasant and helpful (an older woman and a younger gentleman, both seemed to be work campers or local workers). This generally doesn't bother me as we don't normally talk to staff often but for some reason this time it did. Maybe it was such the beautiful scenery mixed with the unwelcome behavior.The wifi at this campground ranks up there in the worst in the country that we've stayed at. We have t-mobile, AT&T, and Verizon cellular plans as backups so we know we can work but even those struggled at times when the area was congested. Usually I can rely on the campground wifi when cellular gets bad but certainly not here. I had to drive a 6 hour roundtrip to make sure I had stable Internet for a very important call. I say this specifically for any working full-timers that may be coming to the area. Don't let the cell strength fool you as it doesn't translate to stable internet most of the time. T-Mobile in particular at one point switched to 3G and never could regain a 4G signal.My biggest complaint, by far, is the water. I'll upload a picture of our BRAND NEW whole house water filter that we installed upon arrival. 33 days and it went from white to brown and every ice cube had floaties of some kind. I even double checked that we were connected to the non-river lines. Our shower is covered in hard spots, my coffee kettle is mineralized, and I'm very afraid of what our tankless water heater's copper lines look like after seeing my kettle. This alone will make me not come back here.The area is fantastic though. Lots of great little restaurants (Capitol Burger and Hunter & Gatherer are some main highlits), a great cidery (no on-site consumption, sadly), and some excellent drives/parks. A large grocery store is about an hour a way (a smaller one is about 15 minutes but lacking) so pack in your rarer items you usually keep on hand AND PACK IN YOUR WATER!

  • Area Guides Avatar Dave
    Superb park with great views and proximity to Capitol Reef....

    Reviewed 22/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 17

    I love this park! Our site had great views and the park has all you need right on site. There is a BBQ restaurant onsite (that was closed during our stay) that we want to check-out next time, and it's only a few miles from the entrance to Capitol Reef. Very family-friendly, with a modest park in the center of the facility.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dee
    Fabulous

    Reviewed 27/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 37

    We throughly enjoyed our stay at Thousand Lakes! The park has beautiful views, is very quiet and well maintained. They staff is very friendly and accommodating we even were able to stay an extra day in the same space so nice. Great Wi Fi! The gift shop is fun with very reasonable prices, delicious muffins were available and a BBQ...moreWe throughly enjoyed our stay at Thousand Lakes! The park has beautiful views, is very quiet and well maintained. They staff is very friendly and accommodating we even were able to stay an extra day in the same space so nice. Great Wi Fi! The gift shop is fun with very reasonable prices, delicious muffins were available and a BBQ restaurant on site with yummy smoked ribs, tenderloin and chicken. We highly recommend this park and will return.

  • Area Guides Avatar grace
    Perfect respite from the dusty roads

    Reviewed 13/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $43

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 7

    We have a small teardrop camper and spent most of our time in California, Arizona, and Utah boondocking. We rolled in hot and dusty. We got a site in the back overlooking the red rock cliffs. The showers and laundry were very clean. The staff very friendly. They take good care of all the facilities. We did not feel crowded in, like...moreWe have a small teardrop camper and spent most of our time in California, Arizona, and Utah boondocking. We rolled in hot and dusty. We got a site in the back overlooking the red rock cliffs. The showers and laundry were very clean. The staff very friendly. They take good care of all the facilities. We did not feel crowded in, like we do in most full service RV parks. We had enough space around us so we were not on top of our neighbors. They have a smoker and a chef who knows how to use it. We had dinner our first night at the Torrey Grill, right at the campsite. I had the vegetable plate and was not disappointed. This guy knows what he is doing. Everything was delicious. We also did some gift shopping at the store, got a couple of mugs and some homemade jams. I’m not sure about the cell service, but they do have working WiFi. The weather is a bit cooler in Torrey than in most of Glen Canyon, Capitol Reef, or Grand Staircase. So it was nice to roll in at night and feel refreshed.

  • Area Guides Avatar G & M
    Very nice

    Reviewed 9/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $39

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 18

    The folks here are very gracious and helpful. The sites are small, but the sunsets and morning muffins are fabulous. Be sure and have dinner at the grill, as the ribs were delicious. The gift shop is also amazing and reasonable.

  • Area Guides Avatar Deb
    Very nice

    Reviewed 3/11/2020

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    Days stayed: 1

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    Great spot with beautiful sunsets, fun shop, and even homemade muffins in morning for only $1. Super nice woman at reception also.

  • Area Guides Avatar bcswartz
    Probably the best full-amenity RV park near Capitol Reef NP

    Reviewed 5/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 53

    The campground has a collection of full-hookup and water/electric sites, as well as several tent sites and two sets of cabins. They are generally fully booked in the early fall, so we had to settle for a water/electric site for our 8-day stay. We were located in the row at the back of the campground, which are back-in sites that are ...moreThe campground has a collection of full-hookup and water/electric sites, as well as several tent sites and two sets of cabins. They are generally fully booked in the early fall, so we had to settle for a water/electric site for our 8-day stay. We were located in the row at the back of the campground, which are back-in sites that are quite narrow: the picnic table and fire pit at each site are located at the back of the site because that’s the only place for them. On the other hand, we had great views of the red rock formations behind the campground.The office also doubles as a store which has a large gift shop, a wall of RV stuff, and a few shelves of snacks/convenience store items. There are bathrooms on the backside of the office building, as well as two other bath houses with bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Next to a large grassy play area there is a small heated swimming pool that’s designed for kids (or for adults content to soak for a bit). There is also a barbecue restaurant and hair salon on site, but both were closed during our stay (probably due to COVID). A small private RV repair shop is located next door to the campground. There’s no dog park, but there were plenty of places to walk our dogs.The cell service was decent. I saw download speeds around 30Mbps down and 5Mbps up with my Verizon Jetpack hotspot and MIMO antenna, enough to stream TV with rare stutters. Meanwhile, my AT&T cellphone was getting 26Mbps down and 3Mbps up.Torrey is a small town. There are a few restaurants, a gas station with a convenience store, and a large general store that has a few aisles of groceries. But it is the closest town to the main attractions in Capitol Reef National Park. You can also get on scenic byway 12 on the east end of town.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kyoung
    Really great comprehensive RV park with gift shop

    Reviewed 17/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 26

    Super nice and kind staffs. All of them know how to maintain RV park. They are even leveling the gravel as soon as the guest left.It has almost all kinds of facilities RV park could have including a charming gift shop.Definitely you should stop by the gift shop. It has various kinds of gift items at amazingly affordable price.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kathy
    lovely park, wish we could stay longer

    Reviewed 7/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 34

    Everything is so nice here! Views of red rocks from all sites! Most sites have grass &/or trees. Owners are so thoughtful, they rake the sites between campers so they stay level. Tent sites have wooden fences to protect them from the constant wind. Will definitely return when we travel anywhere near here!

  • Area Guides Avatar JStetson
    Very well kept campground

    Reviewed 5/6/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 17

    One of the nicest private RV parks I’ve stayed in. Simply can’t think of any negatives. Would definitely stay here if you’re visiting Capital Reef National Park.

  • Area Guides Avatar ourairstreamtrek
    Close to Capitol Reef NP

    Reviewed 15/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $67

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 24

    This is a standard RV park with nothing awesome and nothing bad. We stayed here since it was close to Capitol Reef NP. Try to avoid getting into the first row of the RV park - sites 23-29. These sites don't have any grass (other rows do) and you get A LOT of dust. Also, the placement of the fire rings are not ideal. Our fire ring was u...moreThis is a standard RV park with nothing awesome and nothing bad. We stayed here since it was close to Capitol Reef NP. Try to avoid getting into the first row of the RV park - sites 23-29. These sites don't have any grass (other rows do) and you get A LOT of dust. Also, the placement of the fire rings are not ideal. Our fire ring was under the slide of the rig next to us so we were unable to use.The staff is very friendly and they do have a nightly dinner that you can opt-in to for a fee. The price doesn't justify the grounds.

  • Area Guides Avatar Laura K.
    Nice spot, great overall location to Capitol Reef, and nice facilities

    Reviewed 27/9/2018

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    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: M-7

    We came to this area for the first time. We were very happy with our stay. Stayed five days and felt we had a great camping spot, close to Capitol Reef NP. Staff was great and the gift shop was nice. My hubby used the pool every day, while not the nicest pool we have seen, it was clean and still open in late September. Our site w...moreWe came to this area for the first time. We were very happy with our stay. Stayed five days and felt we had a great camping spot, close to Capitol Reef NP. Staff was great and the gift shop was nice. My hubby used the pool every day, while not the nicest pool we have seen, it was clean and still open in late September. Our site was on the east side, and not on the north where the views of the red rocks are great. HOWEVER, the sites on the north side with the views looked very tight. We had plenty of room, and had a decent rear and side yard that we could hang out in. They have a small fire pit for wood fires in the sites, and most have a picnic table. The pull through spaces in the middle looked good, but we were very happy on east side. Easy access to Torrey and the NP. A great location! We would come again. This also looked to be the nicest, newest RV Park in the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar BeerGremlin
    Amazing Views and Proximity to Capitol Reef Makes This a Winner

    Reviewed 18/5/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 17

    We stayed here for a week while spending time working remotely and touring Capitol Reef National Park. The location was great for the national park access and the views of the sunsets were amazing. Our spot in site 17 gave us unobstructed views of the west that were just gorgeous. Although the highway parallels the RV park, road noise ...moreWe stayed here for a week while spending time working remotely and touring Capitol Reef National Park. The location was great for the national park access and the views of the sunsets were amazing. Our spot in site 17 gave us unobstructed views of the west that were just gorgeous. Although the highway parallels the RV park, road noise was minimal.The staff was friendly and the park was clean. Maintenance crews were working constantly to maintain the park. There was a nice little BBQ place that provided nightly dinners (expensive, but good and convenient). The gift shop has essentials. There is a general store in nearby Torrey with a better selection of food items. For real groceries, the closest store is in Loa, about 15 minutes away, so plan accordingly. Propane exchange on site, but if you want propane filled, you'll have to go to the Wonderland RV park down the street.Internet connectivity was overall poor. If we didn't have T-Mobile, there is no way we'd have been able to work there for the week. WiFi was spotty and pretty slow, especially upload speeds if that matters to you like it does to us. Verizon and AT&T were both useless, and I imagine Sprint is the same.Even though connectivity was a challenge, we would not hesitate to stay here again. We had a wonderful time.

  • Area Guides Avatar mongo
    Beautiful town of Torrey, nice experience

    Reviewed 14/4/2018

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 35

    We had been boondocking near Bryce and wanted some comforts. We tried Sand Creek RV but they were full. So they called Thousand Lakes for us, and we got a spot. Laundry, a nice restaurant, and good shower. They have a small pool and a basketball court, too. 10 miles to Capitol Reef.

  • Area Guides Avatar ketah777
    Nice place to stay to visit Capitol Reef

    Reviewed 24/5/2016

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 7

    We enjoyed our stay here and it was a great location for visiting Capitol Reef. We work during the day so most of our time hiking in the park was in the evening so it was nice to be close enough to hop on over there for a hike or two. Verizon data did not work here, but my Verizon talk/text did work. AT&T data worked well so we used...moreWe enjoyed our stay here and it was a great location for visiting Capitol Reef. We work during the day so most of our time hiking in the park was in the evening so it was nice to be close enough to hop on over there for a hike or two. Verizon data did not work here, but my Verizon talk/text did work. AT&T data worked well so we used that for work. We were fortunate that they gave us one of the nice and large back-in sites; the interior pull-through sites looked a lot smaller. The only reason I did not give this place 5 stars is because they charge extra for children. Hotels don't charge extra for our kids to stay in the room with us, so I don't understand why some RV parks charge extra for kids to stay in our RV. Anyway, if a place charges a "kid-tax" I can't rate them as excellent because that does not seem very family-friendly to me.

  • Area Guides Avatar Camp Cocktail
    good spot, nice view

    Reviewed 10/11/2015

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    Nightly rate: $32

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 30

    We stayed here one night and had a great site. We were on the end toward the entrance but it didn't seem too busy. We had a large lawn on one side of us that Jack the dog liked. We would stay here again.We have a 30ft Travel trailer with one slide.

  • Area Guides Avatar Vairman
    Tightest Campground in over a year

    Reviewed 6/6/2015

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    Nightly rate: $32

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 28

    Our stay here did not start out well and has not improved. They started out by putting us in Site 37. There was a low branch and I thought that it would be too close to the rig so I sent my wife up to the desk to get reassigned. They refused saying that they put large rigs in there all the time. So we tried it and guess what, our fu...moreOur stay here did not start out well and has not improved. They started out by putting us in Site 37. There was a low branch and I thought that it would be too close to the rig so I sent my wife up to the desk to get reassigned. They refused saying that they put large rigs in there all the time. So we tried it and guess what, our full wall slide would hit the branch if we had fully deployed. So I sent her back and told her to get our money back if they did not reassign us. With plenty of attitude, they begrudgingly reassigned us. Bad customer service is unusual in the campground business but definitely turned me off on the campground.So, the campground is tight, I mean really tight. The guy next door parked his truck about 2 feet from the side of my rig and I can't blame him because there isn't room to park it lengthwise on the side of the road. The sites are about 20-25' wide. The power is good, wifi is ok except during the prime evening hours. The park is clean. One of the other reviewers said they had 4g Verizon service but all we were able to get is 3 bars of Extended X1 and that is with a Wilson booster.

  • Area Guides Avatar John and Pam
    Nicest park in town with a great gift shop!

    Reviewed 18/5/2015

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    Nightly rate: $32

    Days stayed: 18

    Site number: 25

    This is our second stay at this park. It is a typical RV park with sites fairly close together but they are level and well maintained. We arrived before the trees' leaves were out and we were able to use our rooftop satellite dish. But during our last few days we did get some interference with the wind as the leaves were coming out....moreThis is our second stay at this park. It is a typical RV park with sites fairly close together but they are level and well maintained. We arrived before the trees' leaves were out and we were able to use our rooftop satellite dish. But during our last few days we did get some interference with the wind as the leaves were coming out. The park is very quiet. The office personel are very friendly and helpful. The park has its own Grill, hair salon, and a wonderful gift/clothing shop with many grocery items. They also rent Jeeps and ATV's and have propane. The WiFi worked well most of the time, getting a little slow at night. Data service is Extended Network (we are a Verizon customer) 1X with two bars. We will stay here again when we visit the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nathan @ Wand'rly
    Really nice propane tanks!

    Reviewed 10/5/2015

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    Days stayed: 14

    As a small town lover, I tend to love small towns. Torrey, Utah is about as wee as a lass may come, and I assure you the folk are of the smiling varietal. The park itself is more or less "RV parky ", our fire could have easily lit our neighbor's rig alight, though it was his own choice of where to park it after I already had th...moreAs a small town lover, I tend to love small towns. Torrey, Utah is about as wee as a lass may come, and I assure you the folk are of the smiling varietal. The park itself is more or less "RV parky ", our fire could have easily lit our neighbor's rig alight, though it was his own choice of where to park it after I already had the blaze going. We actually had two spots here, and the second one, in the row furthest from town, is a bit more spectacular in that you have sweeping views of some big red rock cliffs. For all you kiddos reading, yes, I can confirm that they have an awesome metal airplane you can sit in and balance in a way that will feel like flying! But on the ground. At night we'd walk to a restaurant called, I believe, Diablo Something-or-other which served up interesting fair like Rattlesnake Cakes and incredibly tasty margaritas. Beware though, the night stalkers, for the road is darker than pitch when viewed through sun glasses in a black hole, and traffic is firm in the godspeed department!

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Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 07/22/2021

Campsite Types

RV,

Trailer