We recently spent several nights in our pop-up camper at Utah Lake State Park. The facilities are nice, the bathrooms clean, and the lake enjoyable. But it would be nice if they planted some trees around the RV camping areas. Even our air-conditioned camper couldn't stay cool under the hot summer sun. The sites had water and electric hook-ups, and the dump station was easily accessible. We had family meet us at our campsite for dinner, and they had to pay the full entry fee, although the fees are not unreasonable for a State Park with recreational facilities. While we did have a nice time, the lack of trees gave it a feel of an RV parking lot rather than a State Park.
- Also Known As:
- Utah Lake State Park Provo