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Park offers plenty of amenities for family. If you are a birder and like wild life and photography, this is an ideal place. Showers and bathrooms are very clean. Ladies in the office are very pleasant and informative. Small store is available during office hours....More
River's edge is perfectly located for the trout fisherman. The Provo river is directly across the street allowing you to fish in a blue ribbon trout river where the trout are abundant and big. Nice campground and very accommodating staff. The park is 6 miles...More
great staff! great rec room! on of the most confusing and dirty laundry rooms ever. They ask on the registration info to help them maintain their Good Sam rating but with the dirty bathrooms and laundry room I am amazed that their rating was so...More
Nice park for 1 or 2 night stay, but it's so far off the main highway and there's nothing near-by. They were very gracious is finding spaces for 2 motorhomes traveling together, however we had to unhook the tow vehicle in order to enter the...More
Can't wait to spend a few nights at River's Edge again this summer. Last year we were impressed by the cleanliness of the cabin, the quiet of the park in general, and the friendly service. We brought along a coffee maker, mugs, silverware and plates...More
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We have common area BBQ pits at the park as well as a couple of loaner BBQ's. The Park Ave and Canal cabins have fire pits. The Jordanelle and yurts do not, but there is a large common area fire pit on our pavilion lawn... More
We have common area BBQ pits at the park as well as a couple of loaner BBQ's. The Park Ave and Canal cabins have fire pits. The Jordanelle and yurts do not, but there is a large common area fire pit on our pavilion lawn that is available for use, and most nights sits empty. We also have a portable fire pit down by our trout pond. Hope this helps!