Question about Castle Rock Campground

Becca and Winslow asked on 4/20/2021

We have a 43-foot fifth wheel. Would this campground work for us? I feel like I'm seeing conflicting reports in the reviews about whether or not the road/loop will accommodate a big rig. Thanks in advance!

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GinaDog
UT
Toyota
23 reviews

Answered on 4/21/2021:

I think 43 would be too big for Castle Rock, however, the nearby (also associated with Fremont Indian State Park) the road Sam Stowe Campground is perfect for big rigs. It has 7 full hookup sites: https://www.campendium.com/sam-stowe-campground-fremont-indian-sp
Don & Beth
Fleetwood Cheyenne pop-up trailer
Tent
14 reviews

Answered on 4/21/2021:

I think it would be tight, but the official website does show a few sites that can accommodate up to 45'. The road in from I-70 is fine, it's just a matter of getting your trailer and truck into the site. Here's the link with site details: https://utahstateparks.reserveamerica.com/camping/fremont-indian-state-park/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=UT

Answered on 4/20/2021:

IMHO, I think you're a bit too big for the road/loop/most sites. Our 30' squeaked in and around but hesitate saying you're good to go.

Answered on 4/20/2021:

Our class A is 28' and we did fine. I recall a number of sites that should be okay. You might look at Google maps satellite view. There is also a campground across the highway at the state park. Sites too close together for our taste, but it gives you an option.
ptpinspector
Riverton, UT
26' Grand Design 260 RD
GMC Sierra 2500
10 reviews

Answered on 4/20/2021:

There are definitely some sites that will accommodate your rig. I believe there are also a couple of double sites you could get if you're concerned but I think several would work. Sam Stowe campground which is across the freeway also has larger sites with hook ups where you would fit.