Ken and Scott have created an amazing refuge for travelers seeking a relaxing place to stay that is super close to all of the wonderful outdoor activities Utah has to offer. On top of that they are expert hosts and really make your stay a five star experience with humble groundings. My husband and I loved our stay here and utilized each and every amenity. We were lucky enough to have a few days here so we spent some at the park hiking all day, and one day where we just chilled at home base. They have managed to create a place that is rustic and gives you all of the elements of staying outside, while providing amenities like a place to shower and wash clothes. We also loved playing with the horses and ducks, meeting the other hipcampers, having fires and waking up to Ken's breakfasts. We highly recommend staying a few days here if you can in order to soak it all in. Thank you Ken and Scott for kicking off our 3 week adventure in such a deeply wonderful way!
This is the perfect mixture of camping and having amenities. We slept and cooked along the gorgeous lakeshore and had access to an awesome community space for a fire, and cute and clean bathrooms with showers. It's centrally located so we went to the Buckeye hot springs, the ghost town of Bodie and Mono Lake. We also stumbled upon the local brewery in town which was a nice find. Definitely recommend staying here and we will probably come back if we are ever in the same area.
My friends and I really enjoyed our stay here. The hike up to Teton rock camp (any of the mountain sites really) was steep, but totally worth the effort. We had a wonderful view of the ocean, sand dunes and ranch, and were far enough away from other groups that we didn't hear them and we didn't feel bad being loud. The wind was epic the first night, but calmed down the rest of the time we were there. The shelter rock site looked like it had better wind protection, so if you know the weather is going to be windy I recommend booking that site. Two of the nights were in the fog, but with a fire and some warm clothes you barely noticed. Definitely get firewood (and a fire starter!), but check if the porter is able to carry it up to the site on their ATV. The men on our trip carried it up the steep hill and it was quite an effort for them. On a clear night we could see a ton of stars! Note that it is a little difficult to find flat ground for your tent, but we were able to fit three two-person tents at this site, we were just sleeping a little sideways :) There is no potable water at the site, so either bring some jugs of water, or an empty container that you can fill up at check-in. The bathrooms and showers are also at the check-in building, so make sure to bring TP and stuff to pack it out if you don't want to hike up and down the hill to use the bathroom. Really exciting were the cows, lamas and other ranch creatures that shared the space with us.