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Wood Hill Campground

· Carbonville, Utah
238 acres hosted by Michelle R.
10 RV/tent sites
A mountain bikers dream. Over 50 miles of mountain bike trails from the property. With 238 acres, you will feel like you are the only one there. In addition, the Desert Wave Pool is at the foot of the hill which always has the same amount of water for cooling off even when the lakes are nearly empty. Learn more about this land: Wood Hill got its name because early settlers to the area used to gather wood to heat their homes on top of the plateau. It is a favorite hangout for locals who enjoy riding mountain bikes and ATVs on the property. Proceeds from the camp sites will be used to develop a climbing gym, zip line, confidence course and other fun amenities. So we hope you enjoy your stay enough to come back often.
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Carbonville, Utah, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Michelle R.Joined in August 2021
62 ratings · 30 reviews
Bryson S.recommends
September 23, 2023
Site 1 - Easy Access
Good spot between SLC and Moab
We enjoyed staying at the Easy Access Site 1! We just needed some ground to throw a tent on between SLC and Moab, and this did the trick. Firewood wasn’t available for us so consider bringing your own. It’s also windy up there so be prepared for that!
Joe S.recommends
September 4, 2023
Site 1 - Easy Access
Beautiful area, remote yet close to town. Michelle greeted us and helped us to a great campsite in some trees. Restful night. Would stop here again.
Annie W.
September 3, 2023
Site 6 - West Haven
Great one night start
I probably wouldn’t spend more than a night here. There aren’t clear signs of where to go, which spot is which. Def harder to find in the dark. With hiking trails being so close I wouldn’t leave anything there while I was away from site.
Judy O.
August 21, 2023
Site 10 - Juniper
Beautiful but safe??
The host was very nice and very helpful. Unfortunately my third day there while I was off working somebody decided to come and ransack my campsite, try to steal my tent and threw rocks in my camp stove. Honestly, I think they would have taken off with my tent if they had had a stake puller. So while the site is beautiful, if you're going to have to leave your campsite unattended for any length of time, this might not be the place for you. I had to leave a day early because I didn't feel safe after the destruction of my camp. I had kind of hoped that I would get a refund for that unused noght but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Kristy K.recommends
August 14, 2023
Site 1 - Easy Access
Upon arriving, we were unsure which site was the easy access and Michelle was quick to respond and help us. She was there in ten minutes or less and guided us to another site that provided more shade. We had the whole area to ourselves and had straight access to mountain bike trails! Would recommend and thank you, Michelle!
Tonielle H.doesn't recommend
July 26, 2023
Site 5 - Wood Hill Campground
Needs signs
The sites are not marked at all, so you have no idea which campsite is which, there are not signs or arrows indicating where campsites even are. We spent much of the night trying to even find something that resembled a campsite, and we could not. Tons and tons of twisty dirt roads and no signs. We ended up finding a patch of dirt and setting up a tent there, a few minutes of setting up, a scorpion a few inches from my hand started to crawl away. No way are we going to wake up with a scorpion in our sleeping bag that night! We packed up and slept in the car all night. It was so awful. I reached out to request a refund and have not heard anything back. So here is my honest review.
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