I happened upon this state park by accident, and I am grateful that I did! It's a beautiful park, with many camping opportunities surrounding the lake. Juniper Campground is the location that I parked, in a pull-through site overlooking the lake. The park is clean, well maintained, and nicely appointed with gazebos covering picnic tables, a grill and nice big fire-pits. The camp host was very accommodating and friendly--delivered firewood upon request and made sure that all was well within the campground. I would definitely stay there again, and highly recommend this place. Boating and fishing enthusiasts will rejoice at the large lake in the middle of No Where (although there is a nice little general store at the exit for supplies). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are right on a beautiful reservoir. Site #24 was within 30 feet of the water's edge. Many local's launch their boat from the park, and fishing seems good (neighbor gave us 2 rainbow trout). Park City is a 30 minute drive to retail and bike paths. We biked the Union Pacific Rail Trail from Park City. There is excellent cell & data (Verizon) in the park and TV reception. There is a LONG grade on I-80 coming from Salt Lake City that can overheat your rig. We would probably stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were refugees looking for a place out of the wind. We wound up in the dry camping area at the south end of the lake. For 2 nights we were the only people there besides the host. We had 5" of snow one night. Lovely park. Sites a little tight but doable for our 34' 5er. Plenty of people space though. Nothing to complain seriously about. That is why it is a 10 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground on a lake. We were looking for a place to relax and this was perfect. It is also a good place if you are a boater or a fisherman. We planned on 2 nights but stayed 3. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Very pretty park on a man-made lake. Good sized
sites with enough privacy. Shelters over long picnic tables. Fire pits. "Juniper" has hookups. Site 24 is a long pull-thru with a great view. Site 29 has the best lake access. We stayed an extra day to enjoy the lake! We camped here in a Motorhome.