590 West 600 South, Richfield, UT 84701
Date Visited: August 2021
Site #N46, back-in, FULL HOOKUPS
We paid: $53 per night
We don’t always have good luck with KOAs, but the Richfield KOA Holiday Campground was an unexpected gem. We selected it because it was high enough in elevation that we thought it would be cooler than parks along I-15 (which it was). Located in town a short distance from I-70, this campground did not feel like it was in town.
There are many cottonwood trees around the property, which gave the campground a country feel, though it’s located across the street from a school. You also have a nice view of surrounding mountains. Sites are on gravel and some (including N46) have a concrete patio.
Site N46 was well-shaded (maybe the most shaded campsite we’ve ever had), quiet, and very roomy, on the perimeter of the campground. It was somewhat unlevel, but not outrageously so. There is another part of the campground that is not shaded at all, so this part of it was much to be preferred. They even have some sites that have private doggie pens for dogs to run around.
The campground is very well cared for, has a pool, a nice little store, and friendly office staff. We would definitely stay here again if we were passing through on I-70.