Phillips RV Park may well be one of the longest-serving campgrounds on the planet with eighty years under their belt. The proud owners run a tidy campground with a graceful, country setting for road trippers to roll on in and get hooked up to electricity (20/30/50 amp), water, and sewer.
Most level, gravel sites have easy pull-through access, featuring bushy trees for shade and picnic tables with space for a fire grill. Noise from road and train traffic can be heard, but this has little effect on a pleasurable stay at an RV park with an endearing charm and hosts who are more than happy to escort guests to their site. The daily rate, including access to the internet and cable TV, ranges from $32.25 to $40.75 in the peak summer months. Pitch a tent in a secluded, shaded area for $20.85 to $22.10.
History buffs will enjoy the chronicles of campground life since 1939 showcased on their website and may be curious enough to check out this enduring park to see the changes made. Restrooms, showers, and an efficient laundry facility are always super-clean. Fun games of horseshoes and bocce ball and a cool playground are available for kiddie campers. If you prefer a good read in a quiet spot under a tree, the park offers an exchange deal at the camp office, where you can also acquire supplies and gifts.
Camping canines are welcome, with an on-leash rule and a doggone impressive pooch park where litter bags are available. The exercise area lets pups feel the grass under their paws and enjoy some time out of the RV and playtime with their favorite companion.
Phillips RV Park boasts a manicured look with pristine grounds and a family-friendly atmosphere that make you want to stay longer than planned. A 2-minute walk sees you discover the adventure city of Evanston, a rural Wyoming rural jewel flanked by the prestigious Uinta Mountains. The Bear River State Park is practically next door and a playing field of fishing, hiking, or checking out the local wildlife. You can whistle to your pooch for an on-leash tour of the trails, but keep clear of areas where the buffalo herds graze.
Make a booking to secure a site as Phillps RV Park is generally busy from April through to October thanks to fun local events like Evanston rodeos, Cowboy Days, and county fairs.