Crystal Hot Springs RV Park

(1) Review

8215 North Hwy 38, Honeyville, UT, 84314

Crystal Hot Springs RV Park is a campground located near Honeyville, Utah. It features 104 full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly for RVs of up to 35 feet. Many of them are pull through accessible. The park provides free WiFi, allows leashed pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include outdoor pools, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as mountain biking and four-wheeling, hiking, catch and release fishing, and wildlife watching.



The campground is near national parks like:

  • Bryce Canyon
  • Zion 
  • Arches
  • Canyonlands

Last Updated: 08/05/2020

Rv Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
30′RV/5th wheel under 35′ (sites 39-52) $50.00
RV/5th wheel under 25′ (sites 33-37 and 70-84) $35.00
RV/5th wheel under 35′ (sites 8-30) $40.00

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Site $20.00

8215 North Hwy 38, Honeyville, UT, 84314
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Overall Rating: 2.0

Becky Erickson

The "pool" is inside the area you pay $12 for so I'm not sure it can be called amenity, as far as that $12, no bringing outside food or drinks, no leaving to grab a bite from your car without paying another $12, they sell junk food so get ready for chips and pizza. Get used to hearing "no we are watering that site" I had asked if I could leave an hour late because they don't open until noon and if we have to be out of RV park at 1, we will be paying $12 for 1 hour. When we arrived we had asked for one of the vacant spots, "no, we are watering that site today." I never saw watering of the site we requested. I'm so annoyed, we drove an extra 3 hours to be treated like this and we got a whole $1 discount for paying $60 for RV for less than 24 hours. Don't RV here, and eat before you arrive if you use the hotspring. Did I mention it is back in only and you have to detach your vehicle if you have a trailer. And I never have been at a place with an actual curfew. You must be in the RV park by 11, no music after 8, for the price of the RV site, really a hotel may be much better option.