Salt Lake City KOA Holiday| Campground Review
Nightly Cost: $70.00
Days Stayed: 3
Hookups: Full Hookups, 50 Max Amp
Pad Type: Asphalt – 80′ Max length
Pets: Allowed on Leash
Cell Service: Yes
Memberships/Discounts: KOA Rewards
Time Visited: May 2021
Open Times: All Year
Our very first KOA Experience
This was our very first KOA in the 4 years we have been full-time RVers. When we stay in Salt Lake City we normally stay at the Great Salt Lake State Park because it is close to our daughter, but this time it was booked all the way out until September.
With very limited campground options in the Salt Lake area, we decided to stay at the Salt Lake City KOA Holiday and they ONLY had 1 site available. Seems like everyone is out enjoying summer this year! Utah is booked.
The Salt Lake City KOA Holiday is very nice, clean, and surprisingly quiet being in the downtown area. They have many amenities at this park from a small convenience store to a dog washing station.
- Cable TV/WiFi
- Coin-Operated Laundry
- On-site Convenience Store
- Game Zone
- Kids Playground
- Basketball Court
- Pet Zone with Dog wash Station
- Community Firepits
- Firewood Available
- Dump Station
- Pool/Hot tub (May-Sept)
Cell & Internet
The campground offers free wifi that is okay but gets slow in the evenings with everyone in the park getting on it. We have T-Mobile, ATT & Verison they all worked great for us.
- Hogle Zoo
- Temple Square
- Great Salt Lake State Park
- Living Planet Museum
- Lagoon Waterpark
- Olympic Park in Park City
- Antelope Island State Park
And so much more
Things we liked:
The Salt Lake City KOA Holiday is conveniently located just 14 blocks from downtown.
The city’s light rail system makes it easy to visit downtown attractions
Our site was shady and spacious
Close to shopping and entertainment
Close to our family
Things we didn’t like:
The roads were slightly narrow but not a deal killer.
Would we stay again?
Our site was shady, roomy, and quiet. Nice long pull-thru site. We had to park the truck upfront but we expect that at some campgrounds. We had a picnic table which is a plus for me!
So, yes we would defiantly stay again, even though the price is a little steep per night but they do offer so many amenities and it is close to everything you would need.
GPS: 40.77323, -111.93193
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