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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.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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Springville/Provo KOA is located in the shadow of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains in Utah. It is very convenient for anyone visiting the town of Provo or the greater Salt Lake City area. It is also a short drive from many popular skiing areas. This campground has everything you need for a comfortable stay, with both summer and winter-appropriate entertainment options. Some sites can accommodate rigs up to 70 feet in length, and there's 50 amp service. There is also Wi-Fi to help you stay connected. The KOA offers extended-stay sites if you plan on being in Springville for a while. You'll find a clubhouse and laundry room on-site, as well as a snack shop if you get hungry.
There are plenty of amenities to keep you entertained while RV camping at Springville/Provo KOA. There is a pool that is open during the summer from late May to early September and also a basketball half-court. You can opt to purchase firewood and enjoy a fire around the communal fire pit, which is a great way to warm up on cold nights. There's also ping-pong and other games inside the clubhouse. For kids, there is a playground and sandbox on site. Springville/Provo KOA is also dog-friendly, with a dog park for your furry friends.
Springville/Provo KOA camping puts you in proximity to the Wasatch Mountains and all they have to offer. During the winter, it is an excellent place for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. A short drive northeast will take you into the mountains, where you will find renowned ski resorts like Alta, Brighton, Solitude Mountain, and Deer Valley. Both downhill and cross-country skiing are available in this area, with trails available for all ability levels. You will also be in close to the popular ski town of Park City.
When you book an RV in Utah County, you will be near Utah Lake State Park, which sits just west of Provo. It is the largest freshwater lake in the state and is a popular spot for fishing. The wildlife in the area is varied, with several different types of bass, catfish, and other fish species. The water in the lake is typically quite warm in the summer, so it's a great place to go swimming and paddleboarding. You can also go boating, and there are several rental companies in the area. You will be surrounded by gorgeous views of the mountains the entire time you're on the water.
There's also plenty of excellent hiking to check out when you camp in an RV near Provo. One of the most popular options is to hike to "the Y," which is a large "Y" built into the side of the mountain to represent Brigham Young University. Other popular choices are Buffalo Peak, Slate Canyon, and Rock Canyon. Closer to Springville, you will find the Spring Creek Canyon Trail and the Left Fork Maple Canyon trailhead. You can also opt to drive inland to the Fifth Water Hot Springs trailhead. As the name suggests, the hike takes you to a natural hot spring as well as a beautifully picturesque waterfall.
There's plenty to do in the Provo area. The town is home to Brigham Young University, which attracts students from all over the world. Look at the school's event calendar when you are visiting - you may be able to enjoy a sports game, theater performance, or another community event. There are a huge number of museums on the BYU campus, with huge exhibits on science, art, and history. The Provo Pioneer Village is also worth a visit while RV camping near Provo. It's a living history museum that celebrates the town's pioneer past. There is also a notable art museum in Springville that you may want to visit.
In terms of dining, there's a great selection of cuisines here, and there are several restaurants clustered in walking distance of each other in downtown Provo. You'll find classic American options as well as Indian, Native American, Mexican, Brazilian, Italian, and many more unique cuisines. If you want to go shopping, there are several malls in town, where you'll find large national retailers as well as local boutiques.
It's also not difficult to find any essentials you may need. There is a gas station located very close to the KOA on the same freeway exit. This RV park is situated halfway between Springfield and Provo, and there are multiple grocery stores conveniently located within a five-minute drive north or south on I-15. You'll also find several pharmacies in the downtown Springville area if necessary.