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We stayed on site 008 for 2 nights on Father's Day '15. The campground is beautiful. The drive up the canyon is fantastic.
There are a LOT of problems with this campground. In July there is a large amount of pollen in the air as well as flies- many of which bite. The campground is next to the road so there is a lot of traffic noise at night. It's also easy to access so expect plenty of drunken adult partying on the weekends. Someone even tried to bogart our reserved spot. The camp host is not a big help in any of these cases. Shooting up tree trunks in a problem in this area.
All that aside, there is plenty to do here, bike and hiking trails, a river you can tube on, a waterfall. Timpanogos Cave and Sundance are right down the road.
The camp ground is fairly easy to get to, but sites are really tight. This is NOT the place to take a large trailer or motor home! It's best left for tent camping. Sites are very close to each other. You hear everything. This wouldn't be a problem if people were mindful and considerate of their neighbors. Unfortunately for us, our neighbors were FAR from considerate, and were VERY noisy. They have water spigots, but they were all covered and not working. Why? Also, it's not level, tables, stoves, tent areas, etc were slopped, rocks everywhere. They did have plenty of shade though.
Campground wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great either. I don't recommend it.
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- 40.302° N, 111.614° W
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- Tent / Van: 1 Site (Up to 8 people per site)