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Thousand lakes RV Park Torrey

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Thousand lakes RV Park
Thousand Lakes RV Park
Torrey
UT
84775
Tel: 435 425-3500

Directions

They are located 1 mile west of Torrey in Utah on Hwy 24.

From Jct Hwy 12 & 24, head 2.2 miles west on Hwy 24 and the entrance is on the right.

Where are we going today?

Thousand Lakes RV Park is a great family friendly spot for those active families who want to get out and enjoy the beauty and adventure of the Utah landscape and nature!

They are only 6 miles from Capitol Reef National Park, and close to Bryce Canyon where you can experience some breathtaking sights of nature and wildlife!  There is also hiking, fishing and mountain biking in the nearby areas. 

They are more than just an RV Park, so for the families that don't have an RV - don't you worry! They have a full range of accommodations for you, shaded tent sites and dozy deluxe cabins which can sleep families of 6.  For those of you who do have the good ol' RV, they have a full-service RV park with 65 pull through spaces.

They will make you feel like family with their Western Cookout dinners (When in Rome...or at least when in Utah...) with fresh morning muffins to treat yourselves!  They have a pool and a playground for kids to enjoy and have a play on, and parents can relax and take in the spectacular views!

If you find yourself in a bit of a pickle with your truck or RV, never fear because they have a repair center where you can make everything right as rain!  They can rent you 4x4s if you want to take the back roads and enjoy the scenery via fun jeep trails, and even a hair salon!

If you don't fancy cooking, they have all inclusive dinners at their country style restaurant that's open 5 days a week, with "All you can eat" sides to accompany your rib eye steak or ribs!  Mmmm mmm! We can smell it now! 

If you wanted to buy some bits and pieces too they have a gift shop and mini mart with foods and southwest souvenirs. 

Get some of that Utah magic! 

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What is there to do?

Get active! There are hiking trails, fishing to be done, mountain biking to challenge yourself with, and back country adventures, as well as their stunning National Parks!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $32.50 (based on two people) / day
  • Full hook up $195 / week
  • Tents $18.00 (based on two people) / day
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Facilities on site

They have 22 acres for you to enjoy their full hook up sites as well as water/electric only sites. They also have pull through big rig sites 65 feet long.
They have shade trees for you when you want to keep out of the sun, as well asl covered pavilions with picnic tables.


Enjoy clean restrooms and laundry, dump station, playground, horseshoes, swimming pool, RV supplies, grills and fire rings.

When can we go?

April 1 - October 25

I'm Hungry!

The Torrey Grill is their own country style restaurant (open 5 days aweek) where you can enjoy chicken, rib eye and ribs, with "all you can eat" sides like cowboy beans, Dutch oven potatoes and salads. They also have children portions! .

What people are saying?

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    Really liked this place. A bit expensive, but that's Southern Utah for you - it's gorgeous here and everyone has to make a living I suppose.

    Anyway, great view, close to Torrey and Capitol Reef. Lots of kids when we were here (though it was Easter Weekend) which is nice for our own little ones, and the firewood was the best deal we've had in months (big ol' crates full of seasoned wood for $5 and some change).

    Loved it! Especially when the Easter crowd left and we had most of the park to ourselves.

    The staff was also exceptional. I've been doing...Read More

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    Great RV park with nice amenities. Views along the backside of the park are fantastic! The staff is very friendly and welcoming. Bathrooms were kept clean. Sites are a little close together but not atypical of rv parks, I guess. Very close to Capitol Reef. We'd stay here, again!

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    Reasonable. Beautiful view. Well maintained. Could use a change machine by the laundry. 1.75 in quarters per load. RV lots gravel and very level. Thanks

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    I was disappointed to have to set up our tent in an rv park, but it was the week of Easter. It was cold and windy, and the spaces were small, but the camp hosts were excellent. They let us cook our dinner and have our camp fire in the pavilion. The were out emptying trash and cleaning the bathrooms until almost 10pm and at it again before 7am. I have never seen camp hosts work so hard. The bathrooms had showers and were always very clean.
    The prices felt a little high at $26 per night for a 12 x 24 camp site, but each had a picnic table and fire...Read More

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    A very nice park. The owners/managers were very helpful and accommodating. I needed a tall ladder to get on top of my motor home and asked them if they had such a ladder. They did not but one of the workers (perhaps an owner?) said that he would bring one from his home. I said that it was not necessary but he insisted and went home to get the ladder. What a great example of customer service!
    Their WiFi was spotty but in spite of that we enjoyed this park.

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by Nathan Swartz

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Really liked this place. A bit expensive, but that's Southern Utah for you - it's gorgeous here and everyone has to make a living I suppose.

Anyway, great view, close to Torrey and Capitol Reef. Lots of kids when we were here (though it was Easter Weekend) which is nice for our own little ones, and the firewood was the best deal we've had in months (big ol' crates full of seasoned wood for $5 and some change).

Loved it! Especially when the Easter crowd left and we had most of the park to ourselves.

The staff was also exceptional. I've been doing a little plumbing work in our trailer and the owners were happy to give me access to their tools, which made my job a lot easier and prevented me from needing to buy things for a one time use. The weekend workampers were the stars of the show though! So friendly, such a great backstory, and all around the experiences with everyone who worked here bumped my rating up to a 5!

by A Google User

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I was disappointed to have to set up our tent in an rv park, but it was the week of Easter. It was cold and windy, and the spaces were small, but the camp hosts were excellent. They let us cook our dinner and have our camp fire in the pavilion. The were out emptying trash and cleaning the bathrooms until almost 10pm and at it again before 7am. I have never seen camp hosts work so hard. The bathrooms had showers and were always very clean.
The prices felt a little high at $26 per night for a 12 x 24 camp site, but each had a picnic table and fire spot. The wall built to separate each spot was a great wind break when the winds picked up (and they really picked up). There was also a lot of grass for the kids to play on and after seeing how hard the hosts work, I think they earned every penny of the fee.

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