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South Forty RV Park Marysvale

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South Forty RV Park
1170 N. Highway 89
Marysvale
UT
84750
Tel: 435-326-4404

Directions

If you are coming from the south take I-15 north to Hwy 20 and head east 20 miles to Hwy 89. Take a left and go through Circleville, Junction and go through Marysvale. They are located on the left hand side of the highway. This will take you to 1170 N. Hwy 89.

Where are we going today?

The only park in the Marysvale area with stunning views of the snow-capped mountains and the pretty green pastures of Marysvale and the Sevier River, the South Forth RV Park is designed for those RV loving families to get out and enjoy the country - to relax, and have a bit of adventure.

They have designed the park to accommodate the largest of motor-homes, 5th wheels and event pull behind trailers, so whatever the size of your RV and your family, they would be happy to have you!

They have full hook ups with water, electric and sewer and every site, and they have made sure that every site gives you the right amount of privacy from the neighbours!

In the surrounding areas you can take out an ATV or UTV on the Paiute trail and explore the wilderness.  The trail access runs right along the back of the park so you can literally ride from the campsite to the trail on a private road, so it's a lot safer!

As well as the ATV riding, you can enjoy other activities in the area like four wheeling, fishing, hiking, rafting, mountain biking, swimming, and even ice fishing! (Don't forget your jacket for that one!)

They are also a gateway to incredible Utah natural wonders such as Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. 

There is a convenience store, laundry, restrooms and full size showers, and of course free Wifi! They love a good BBQ and celebration, so on special occasions such as July 4th and Memorial Weekend, they hold fun BBQs which incredible foods and if you're luck, fireworks!

We can smell those ribs now! 

Then at night, just relax under the stars, or enjoy the atmosphere of your fire pit, and take in the Utah magic! 

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What is there to do?

So much to see and do! As well as the ATV riding you can enjoy, there are a ton of fun Utah activities such as horseback riding, rafting, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and on those ATV trails you can visit Marysvale Falls, Bullion Canyon and Miners Park, to name a few!
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They are also the gateway to Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, and Capitol Reef!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $31 (Based on 2 people) / day
  • Full hook up $191 (Last night is free!) / week
  • Tents $25 daily (Based on 2 people) / day
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Facilities on site

They have 75 RV spaces with full hookups, with 5 back in spaces that are 70 to 80 feet long. There is a convenience store, laundry, restrooms and full sized showers, as well as free wifi. There is great cell phone service and they are satellite friendly.

When can we go?

Year round

Any Top Tips?

Only propane BBQ's allowed, and no wood fire allowed in the RV spaces - only Propane fire pits..

What people are saying?

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    Booked March of 2014 for 4 months over the winter of 2014-15. Called Dec. 2 to get our space number to tell the post office. Gave them a deposit and now they can't find our reservation. 10 days before we are supposed to leave, they can't find our reservation. We have stayed in this park for over 20 years and have been amazed at the inefficiency of the office staff at South Forty and now this is a proven fact. Also, because they do not have wi-fi I've had to pay extra for a hotspot every month. For an overnite stay this is OK. For anything long-term...Read More

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    Doesn't take dogs over 20#... wouldn't stay as they only take the small yappy ones.

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    I have been here three years and love it. This area of town is very nice and the park is well maintained. Staff and management are very helpful. Location is close to shopping and dining. There is a grocery store across the street within walking distance.

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    SOUTH FORTY IS A VERY NICE PARK BUT YOU MUST BOOK EARLY. IF YOU CAN GET IN, ACITIVIES IN THE WINTER ARE GREAT, CENTRAL LOCATION CLOSE TO SHOPPING AND IT IS A LITTLE COMMUNITY THEY LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER. PROBLEMS ARE RESOLVED AND THE MANAGERS KEEP THE PARK IN GREAT SHAPE.

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Booked March of 2014 for 4 months over the winter of 2014-15. Called Dec. 2 to get our space number to tell the post office. Gave them a deposit and now they can't find our reservation. 10 days before we are supposed to leave, they can't find our reservation. We have stayed in this park for over 20 years and have been amazed at the inefficiency of the office staff at South Forty and now this is a proven fact. Also, because they do not have wi-fi I've had to pay extra for a hotspot every month. For an overnite stay this is OK. For anything long-term - find another spot and run as fast as you can.

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