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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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Thinking about visiting Utah? Then you need to visit Sandy! It’s less than 20 miles from Salt Lake City, which makes it a great place to stay close to all the excitement and attractions, but keep a bit far away from the hustle and bustle of city traffic. The Jordan Commons is home to hot restaurants and great venues for live music and other entertainment. Catch a game of soccer at the Rio Tinto Stadium, home of the Real Salt Lake men’s team and Utah Royals FC women’s team. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy a round of golf at one of five beautifully manicured courses. The Jordan River carves its way through the desert nearby, and the city lies between the Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake. To the east rises the Wasatch Mountain Range. There are great opportunities all around Sandy for hiking, biking, fishing, rock climbing, skiing and so much more. Getting around the city is fairly easy in a Sandy rental RV, but you can also park the rental and utilize the Utah Transit Authority buses or TRAX light rail. They make stops all around the city and in neighboring areas, including Salt Lake City.
Sandy is a city central to some of the greatest wonders and natural parks of the state. Just a little over 30 miles south, in Provo, is Utah Lake State Park. The park lies on the eastern shore of Utah Lake, the largest freshwater lake in the state. It’s a popular fishing destination, with healthy schools of walleye, bass, and catfish. The water stays around 75°F, which makes it great for water sports like swimming, kayaking and paddleboarding. The park is also RV friendly, with water and power hookups at all sites. Wasatch Mountain State Park is just an hour outside of Sandy. The park is a rugged wilderness preserve that covers nearly 23,000 acres. Open year-round, it’s a popular getaway offering ample opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ATV riding. There are also four 18-hole golf courses for guests to enjoy. Bring the Sandy RV rental and stay awhile. There are more than 120 campsites with utility hookups.
East Canyon State Park is just under 40 miles outside Sandy, in Morgan. This canyon reservoir is tucked away in the mountains. It’s a great place for boating, fishing, and camping in your Sandy rental motorhome. The area is rich in history. Check out the nearby Mormon Pioneer Trail, the trail used by Mormons in the late 1800s to find a free place to practice their religion. The trail crosses five states. Starting in Illinois and ending in Salt Lake City, the trail extends across 1,300 miles. Starvation State Park is a must see and just a few miles from Duchesne. The Starvation Dam creates the reservoir, which is fed by the Strawberry River. Boating and fishing are popular activities at the park. There are many trails for hiking and off-road vehicles. Guests can also try their hand at the 3D archery course, do some geocaching, or walk the slacklines. The park offers both primitive and RV camping.
There are ample places to park the rental motorhome in Sandy. Mountain Shadows RV Park is a good one to consider. Just a few minutes outside the city, in Draper, it’s quiet and family friendly. Their large campsites suit oversized travel trailers and have full hookups. Plus, guests can enjoy the pool or family park. The park is just a few miles from Camping World and Greener Meadows RV Service. There are several large grocery stores and supermarkets in the area, and many restaurants are just down the road. Sky View RV is right in the heart of Sandy. The park is well maintained and offers full hookups at all sites. Its central location puts guests nearby some of the most popular attractions in Sandy, like Gardner Village, Cowabunga Bay, Topgolf, and Mulligan's.
Pony Express RV Resort is near Salt Lake, and has hundreds of spots available on the grounds. The resort boasts clean restrooms, shower facilities, and a 24-hour laundry room. It’s a great place to park the Sandy camper rental to be close to some of the best hiking, biking, boating, and skiing locations in the state. River's Edge RV Resort is a tranquil, scenic getaway nestled in the Rockies near the Jordanelle River and dam. The resort is open year round and large sites have full hookups. There are the usual park amenities offered to guests, plus a Fly Fishing and Recreational Outfitter on-site.
No matter the season, there’s plenty to see and do in Sandy! The summer is the best time for hiking, biking, rock climbing and boating. The air might be chilly in winter but the area is still a hot spot for outdoor activity. Visitors come from all around to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and more. There are lots of indoor attractions, too. Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is by far one of the most popular. The aquarium has five main exhibits and houses more than 4,500 aquatic animals. Sandy Museum shares the rich pioneer history of the area and is worth stopping by. There’s no place quite like Thanksgiving Point. The park is spread across two campuses and features farms, gardens, museums and more. Plus, the park hosts amazing events, festivals and shows year round. Book an RV in Sandy and see for yourself what the city has to offer!