Pleasant Creek RV Park
Most RV space in this campground are tight, pretty level, but leave little room for recreating. On 2nd day, asked to me moved from site 9 to site 57 until Oct 1st, then we moved to site 55.
Site 57 was absolutely devine! This campground was extremely quiet, had a few small herds of deer and turkey walk through each morning and evening, and had a beautiful view of the mountains in the background.
We really enjoyed the trees. They were small crooked oaks that left enough foilage on the ground where we could walk through and see through most areas. It gave us a feeling of beeing in Eden, as we watched the deer less than 20' away, and the turkeys within 10, right in our yard.
Several days, we foraged for dead wood which was easy to find, so we had free firewood as well. Joseph and Tina even met up with here, stayed next to us, and we enjoyed the visit by the fire for 2 nights in a row. They left us some actual firewood. lol!
During our visit, we took a day trip to Salt Lake City to the Apple store and to look around for tables. Got a few ideas. We also took a day trip to Helper which is on the other side of the mountain, to get the SurboGX.. It was awesome driving through the Canyon road and seeing such beautiful colors. Another day, we took a day trip to the vet for some shots, then went shopping, then decided it would be fun to take some remote roads up in the mountains for some more scenery. Skyway drive was awesome, but scary and very bumpy. At least 4 hours later we returned home exhausted. It was fun though!
It was difficult to leave this place, as we found such peace and comfort while being out amongst God's creatures. I can't say enough about this campground, but we not only enjoyed the stay, but the people were nice and they are doing a good job (as new owners) updating required areas of the grounds. This place is a bit out of the way, but if we're in the area and need some down-time again, it's well worth the stay.
Stay Details: Pleasant Creek RV Park; Mt. Pleasant UT
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