table border="0" id="table4"> Welcome Friday, June 08, 2012 Contact RV parks, RV resorts, camping, travels,photos

 

                     

Since we have been staying at our Resort parks, there are many, I have added a page where you can pick the park you want to see All Parks  

Heading from Rockport we decided to stay in a Passport America park.

****Beaver Canyon Campground

  from the north you take the exit at Beaver turning east onto the main road stay on it till you hit 153 and about 1 mile down across from the LSD church (from the south exit 109 stay on keep to your right and stay on it till you get to the 153) you will find one great RV park. 

The sites are pull through and long, each are 30 Amps

with septic, we did not hook up as we were pulling out early the next morning.

A unique cabana at each site

Dave the owner has had the park for over 22 years his wife Maria is

the excellent chef.  It has it's own Authentic Mexican restaurant and the food was excellent the sapodillas where out of this world you must try this stop it makes it so convenient to stay and not unhook the auto everything is right at the park.  Best of all with Passport America you only pay $9.50 for the night.

 

After leaving the park going turn onto 153 west make a left at the stop sign and head to the I-15, instead of getting right onto the freeway go across it and have breakfast the Timberland Restaurant, the food was very good and you can rest a little after all of the packing up you have done.  Mike and I will be back here to both the RV park and Timberland, what a find in Beaver, Utah.

 

    

****Parks we would stay in again, large pull through, full hook ups, well
maintained, activities,  50/30 amps
***Parks we would stay but do not have activities full hook ups/30 amps
**Parks that do not have pull-through (back in only),30 amps,
traffic noise, railroad noise
   
*Would absolutely not go back