Mt. Pleasant, Utah
Club House w/ Formal Dining Area
Childrens Play Set
TV and Game Area
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Pleasant Creek Ranch - Mt. Pleasant, Utah
Pleasant Creek Ranch is nestled in the shadows of the beautiful Manti LaSal National Forest, which offers wonderful hiking, mountain biking and mountain lake fishing. The La Sal National Forest is very popular for recreation. The Wasatch Plateau area of the national forest, where the park is situated, offers scenic drives through the Huntington and Eccles Canyons National Scenic Byways, also known as the Energy Loop. These forest byways wind over the Plateau from 5,000 to 11,000 feet. From Skyline Drive there are several high-elevation lakes and streams that feature excellent fishing and camping, and the Arapeen OHV Trail System is popular with ATV enthusiasts. The resort also features a beautiful newly renovated club house and swimming pool. The club house features upscale dining area, lounge area, tv and gaming area, and store with basics such as ice and firewood.
Phone: (435) 462-2010
Address: 2903 S 1700 E, Mt Pleasant, Utah 84647
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Special Notices: Fire restrictions include the use of fireworks, open fires, and discharging of ammunition. Fires must be in a receptacle or structure specifically designed to contain the fire and prevent its spread.
What Our Guests Are Saying
“Beautiful park with valley below and mountains behind. Well kept grounds. Nice new owners. Would definitely come back.” Lynne on FB
“Pleasant Creek RV Resort is a hidden treasure away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. During the day there is a pool, horseshoe pits and ATV riding on mountain trails right from the campground; at night you can listen to the crickets and wildlife beside your campfire, without the noise of cars and the city. There is abundant wildlife roaming the park including deer, chipmunks, squirrels and a variety of birds,(the humming birds love the feeders that campers put out for them). And Stars…Millions of Stars at night for our viewing pleasure.” Marilyn on FB
“This was a well kept, clean, quiet campsite. We had 2 RVs and a tent spot and the camp hosts were very accommodating in getting sites as close together as possible. The bathrooms were clean, they had a nice game room, and a pool that was solar heated. While we were there they also had a playground being built, so that will be nice for future visitors.” Spencer on Google
“Our first time here. From the the get go the reservation was made with ease. We camped with a tent and brought our RZR. The new managers are very nice and informative on the park, its amenities, surrounding trails and local events. Apparently the park was closed for 2 years prior and it is Very obvious that they have put in a ton of work because it is beautiful and upgraded. The restrooms are a 5 star for any campground I’ve seen and the swimming pool is amazing to have on a hot summer day. The campground offers lots of shade, there’s a creek running through it and we saw a mama deer and her 2 babies walking through. Overall we feel blessed to have found this place and we will without a doubt return. A big thank you to Chuck and his kind wife for their hospitality.” Lavinia on Google