Antelope Valley RV Park

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Camp Type: RV
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Not required
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Available
Entrance Fee: $36.00
Campfire: Allowed
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash

Antelope Valley RV Park is a welcoming oasis in a Utah desert with an array of shade trees and fairly spacious, gravel sites with pull-through or back-in access. Located on the outskirts of Delta, this friendly campground lets you pull off the highway and get connected to electricity (30/50 amp), water, sewer, and w-fi so you can chat to faraway friends. The daily rate ranges from $36 to $40 and includes a picnic table and fire ring on all sites.

Clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities see road trippers spending a night or more at this amicable, quiet camp set on 5 acres. You can enjoy a game of horseshoes, read a thrilling novel under a shade tree, or take a break from traveling at this friendly park where the hosts make you feel at home. 

Pets are welcome, too -- a standard on-leash rule applies for dogs. Pet parents are, as always, required to supply litter bags and clean up after their four-pawed pals. A generous, grassy space lets woofers stretch their paws for daily exercise and enjoy the new sights and scents this pet-friendly camp offers.

Neighborhood Park is a 4-minute trek from the camp, and although pooches must be on a leash here, the park is a beautiful setting with a creek and paved walkways for fun times with your pup. There is also a splash pad for kids! Or, get an up-close and personal look at how early pioneers erected a fort to protect their livestock at the relic, desert site of Fort Deseret State Park, around 8 miles from the campground.

Topaz Mountain is a unique attraction which offers gem mining and prospecting. History buffs will love a visit to a local museum, which tells an intriguing tale of a war-time camp situated in Delta with memorabilia on show. A local reservoir provides hours of swimming and boating fun, making a stay at Antelope Valley RV Park an open door to an array of fun activities. The park receives visitors all year and is always ready to offer RVers a comfortable place to rest. Peak times are holidays and summer, when tourists come to Delta to explore its history and unique attractions.

Desert, Diverse Landscape, Loose Terrain, Urban
776 W Main Street
Delta, UT 84624
Open Year-Round
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776 W Main Street
Delta, UT 84624
Open Year-Round