Welcome to Oakley Campground! This newly-developed property is the perfect place to enjoy the Great Outdoors. With electrical hookups, running water, a beautiful pavilion, and picnic tables, this campsite not only accommodates your basic "survival" needs, but your need to connect with nature as well. Oakley Hipcamp is surrounded with an abundance of pine and aspen trees, w
Welcome to Oakley Campground! This newly-developed property is the perfect place to enjoy the Great Outdoors. With electrical hookups, running water, a beautiful pavilion, and picnic tables, this campsite not only accommodates your basic "survival" needs, but your need to connect with nature as well. Oakley Hipcamp is surrounded with an abundance of pine and aspen trees, wildlife, grass, with a river that can be fished.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Oakley Campground in Utah.
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Well kept good for tent & rv
Oakley C.’s is the place to be!
We set up our tent and my teen daughters were happy to see running water and actual toilets!
This is a very cute little place, close to a small creek. There are communal fire pits and a pavilion. We didn’t actually end up sharing that space with anyone because it was not crowded at all. The property is clean and well kept, but not too far away from local dining in case you burn your breakfast! There is also a nearby petting zoo.
Good last minute spot!
Campsite was overall a good experience. Bathrooms were clean. I would say the campground leans more toward servicing RVs with hookups than tents. Gravel driveways make for a slightly less ideal spot for tents.
Looking for a parking lot?
This is a parking lot. If you want to camp 5 feet from your neighboring camper, this might be okay for you. There is one small communal fire pit. No stream, small swamp/pond with a bunch of skeeter bugs. Giant power line transformers in the lot.
Worst decision ever! do not go
Worst camping spot I've ever been to. We lasted a total of about 30 minutes before packing up and driving to a different camp site. The giant tanker truck dumping out we waste was a warm welcome into the camp. The sites are nothing like the map on the internet. And are literally 3 ft from one another. There is a great stagnent pond where they breed mosquitoes for you. You can hear construction in the next field over where heavy equipment is operating. The best part is rich land owners that diverted the river so that there is barley a trickle of water in the stream. Do not being your family hear. Would be a good spot for a breakup / burry a dead pet.
Decent place to stay
Overall it was a decent place to go. It’s right next to the rodeo grounds. It took us a few minutes to find the place because there are no signs and the coordinates don’t actually take you to the entrance, you have to keep driving down the road. Each site had power which was nice so we were able to run our AC and lights without our generator which is a huge plus! There really isn’t a running river going through the camp ground like we had thought there would be. It is super close to Rockport and makes day trips easy!
There is only one bathroom and it’s at one end of the campground. We were on the other end so it wasn’t super close. We didn’t mind the couple minute walk to it. The bathroom was super clean and better than I was expecting.
Would definitely say only come if you have a trailer, the ground is rocky and it wouldn’t be super comfortable to be in a tent.
I had a few questions before our trip and sent a couple messages to the owner but I never heard back. So I would suggest improving their communication with their customers and providing better directions and have actual signs. Otherwise we enjoyed our stay.