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Antelope Valley RV Park

Antelope Valley RV Park

The Antelope Valley RV Park is located in Delta, Utah. It has 94 units available for reservation that all have full 30 or 50 amp hookups. Some of the spaces are pull-through, while others have shade provided by some trees on the property. There are two fenced grass areas where dog owners can take their pets and let them off their leashes. Most of the area surrounding the property is farmland. Many people visit the area to go rockhounding at the surrounding landmarks or to ride their ATVs on local trails. Charlie, the park’s owner, says that they want their guests to feel like they are out in the country and works to provide an atmosphere where patrons feel they can “stay and play.” The park is open year-round and is most busy during the spring and fall months.


Located on the outskirts of Delta, Utah, is the Antelope Valley RV Park. The property has a total of 94 units that can be rented by guests, with each site being equipped with water, sewer, and 30 and 50 amp hookups. Nine of the spaces offered are pull-through spaces, and every space is paved. Next to each of the RV units is a paved parking space for smaller vehicles and a small patch of grass, with some spaces having direct access to the larger grass field at the center of the property.

Towards the front of the property is the main office, where guests check-in when they arrive. The office is the only building on the property and has a wood plank exterior with green accents. Also located in the main office building is the park’s bathroom as well as the laundry room and showers that guests can use, both of which are coin-operated. A large pavilion is found in the park’s center field, where guests can gather if they desire. In addition to the pavilion, the field also has spaces set apart for soccer and volleyball. The field is surrounded by trees that provide shade during the day for the RV spaces on its perimeter with some trees also situated in the middle of the field. For guests who bring pets, there are two fenced-in dog parks on both sides of the premises where visitors can let their dogs off their leashes.


Most of the area surrounding the Antelope Valley RV Park is high desert with a large number of farms, one of which is directly behind the RV park. Many people who visit the area typically visit for the nearby ATV trails or to participate in rockhounding. Two popular sites for rockhounding, where people will collect different rocks and minerals, that are relatively near to the city of Delta are the Great Stone Face and Sunstone Knoll. Visitors can also explore the Topaz Museum in Delta, which relays the region’s mining history as well as history about the town itself. For those who want to discover more about the area’s geologic history, U-Dig Fossils provides a more involved learning experience in which patrons can discover their own fossils. Delta also has a reservoir, the Gunnison Bend Reservoir, that visitors can take boats onto as well as fish and swim in.

Charlie, the owner of the RV park, says that he wants his guests to feel like they are out in the country. He will interact with guests frequently over the course of their stay. Charlie is available to answer any questions they may have about the area, whether they are about the park or things to do, upholding what he says is the park’s motto, to help visitors to the park “stay and play.” The park will also host various events for patrons depending on the time of year. For example, each October around Halloween, all of the guests are invited to a pumpkin carving event with pumpkins provided by the park for everyone who attends.

The park is open year-round, with the busiest months of operation occurring in the spring and fall. A variety of people commonly stay on the property at any one time. For those who do stay at the park, there are some policies that it asks guests to observe over the course of their stay, the most important of which being that pets must be on a leash at all times, aside from in the dog parks, and that a quiet time is observed from 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM.

There are a number of positive reviews for the RV park from guests who have stayed there. Some mention the cleanliness of the bathrooms and shower while others appreciated the close proximity to Delta and various rockhounding sites. One guest commented, “They have friendly staff, and the camp host lives on site. The bathrooms are clean. The laundry room is clean and maintained. All sites have full hookups, and there is free Wi-Fi. Rockhounding sites are within easy driving distances. Plenty of historical sites nearby too.”


The Antelope Valley RV Park was purchased by its current owner, Charlie, in June of 2021. The property was initially built as a drive-in movie theater in the 1980s but was renovated sometime after to be an RV park. Charlie has had various properties in Delta for twenty-three years, and he wanted to buy the park to provide a place to stay as Delta grows. After purchasing the property, Charlie made some repairs to the park’s infrastructure and added in a fence surrounding the property. He has many plans for things he wishes to add, such as adding an area for cornhole on the large grass field. He also wants to build a central fire pit where guests can gather on another portion of the field.

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776 W Main St
Delta, Utah 84624
United States





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