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David Bennett

Willard Bay has a 3pm check in rule that's enforced regardless if the site is vacant or not. We arrived at 1:30, the site was vacant and the only way they would let us in is for us to pay for the previous night.

Posted Aug 03, 2021 by David Bennett from Maine. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.


This was a wonderful stop for the night. It is right off of I-15/I-84 so you can hear the interstate traffic all the time but very easy to get to. It is pet friendly and they have pull-through, back-in, and cabin options. We stayed in site 70 in the Cotttonwood loop which has all full-hookup sites for $40/night. There was another loop that was no hookups that was $35/night, I believe. There is a playground towards the bay side of the park along with a wide, gravel packed walkway to the bay and day use area which was nice to walk our dog along. We would definitely stay again but there are a few things we didn't like; the traffic was loud but it didn't affect my husband or I's ability to sleep (we in our late 20s), I don't remember seeing very many lights around the campground if you are walking around in the evening/night, and the bathroom/shower facilities need work. The bathrooms/showers aren't the cleanest I've ever seen but they are by no means dirty either, they are fairly dark/dimly lit, and aren't exactly centrally located. A bit about us we are workampers that are on our way to the next job in Oregon. We have a 32' KZ Spree Travel Trailer pulled by a Ram 2500 diesel and travel with our dog and cat.

Posted Oct 04, 2019 by Kelsie from Nebraska. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.


I would like to give this more stars. Great, easy to get to location off of I-15 north of Salt Lake City. Price: $40 for full hookup with 30 amp power. 61 OTA digital channels (so we got some news and saw a football game). Sites in the Cottonwood loop were large mostly back in spaces, each with a covered picnic table. Paved spurs, mostly level spurs. Nice lady at the front entry, very helpful. Bathrooms with showers, clean but cryptic showers, small, and ugly. But, usable, good water pressure. Pros: nice fresh water reservoir is the focus of this park, lovely nature trail (no map of it though) with at least one wildlife blind. We saw kestrels, lake gulls, and signs indicated there were also osprey and eagles that visit the lake. On an evening walk we saw a very large barn owl and two deer. Just after sunset, it was magical here, quiet and the sound of the crickets was comping on very loud. Pretty sunsets over the water, and to the east nice mountain spires in different colors. Sites in the northerly loop with no hookups are huge, mostly pull thoughts with some on the water (mid teen space #s), and the same bath houses as the cottonwood loop. I personally like the area without the hookups better, but it was over 100 degrees on our visit, and we needed AC. Cons: Bathrooms, if you needed them, kind of weird. Trash was everywhere, on the trails, the beach and the campsites. The I-15 noise kept me up all night even with ear plugs and a fan for white noise. The sound of the road must bounce off the rocks of the mountains to the east. For the price, and the loss of sleep, I would not come here again and look for a place further off the freeway. I would come here for a hike and to pick up more of the trash that was all over the place.

Posted Sep 06, 2019 by Laura from Reno. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.


Great overnight. $30 for full hookups, but only 30 amps. Good enough since it wasn't hot. Good level pullthru sites. Only con is road noise. I-15 is less than 1/4 mile away so you really can't enjoy outside peace and quiet. Closed the windows and ran the fan so slept great.

Posted Jul 11, 2016 by Flybynight from Hot springs ar. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.


A good place to stay overnight if transiting to or from the north.. A snowbird favourite. But. The website indicates all year availability. We arrived Feb 19, 2016. A friendly maintenance man was just opening park for the spring. $20 for an electric, water site.. A lot of road noise from I15 plus trains. That said a good place to sleep.

Posted Feb 21, 2016 by Lyn from alberta. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

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