This beautifully landscaped state park is 237 acres of boating, swimming and fishing fun. The park is located just outside Huntington on State Route 10 at the base of the Wasatch Plateau. Facilities include 22 camping units, numerous picnic sites, modern rest rooms, showers, sewage disposal station, boat launching and a large covered group-use pavilion.
Camping, boating, fishing, ice fishing, atv trails nearby, picnicking, swimming, wildlife viewing
Boat Launch, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Showers, Vault Toilet
http://utahstateparks.reserveamerica.com/Camping/Huntington State Park/r/campgroundDetails.do?subTabIndex=campDetail&contractCode=UT&parkId=344391
$16 per night
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Reviews of Huntington State Park
Reviewed by UtahTabby on November 13, 2013
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If you like camping with other people nearby, it is a great site. Showers, nice bathrooms, wading area of the lake (watch your little kids), swimming dock, big enough for rafts, PWC and some boats, crawdad-fishing off the docks with raw chicken legs haha, walking trail around the whole lake, very scenic. I saw a heron standing on his/her nest. Other wildlife -- part of the park has prairie dogs, fun to watch them pop up. I think they are endangered so don't let kids/dogs bother them and of course, they will bite anyway so kids/dogs should not be approaching ANY wildlife. Some historic markers talking about nearby ghost town/mining camps. Nearby people come to swim in daytime so docks are crowded on hot weekends. Lake cops will nab alcohol-imbibing boaters. (that's fun to watch.) It is on a lower elevation, so it is HOT during summer. Not really my idea of fun camping, I prefer wilderness and being away from strangers, but with all the amenities and ability to get away on the nature walk around the lake, I can't give it less than a five. Good family-reunion style of camping. Easy to find. Not tons of shade but trees are growing in. Near a small town with a grocery store or two. Not really good for ATVs inside the camping area, but close to mountains where you can head out to ride to explore. If you are a backpacker, this will be too crowded, if you like KOA camping, this is a big step UP. Most people who 'hate' camping will like camping here as long as they have AC or if you go when it is not very hot. Swimming/boating is the reason you camp here.
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