On May 12, 2022, we escaped the big city and drove billions of miles (15.4 to be exact) from home to site 33 at Chokecherry Campground in the Deer Creek State Park in Utah. We had things to do in the valley, so being close and able to come and go was perfect. This and many other sites at Chokecherry have full hookups, including water, sewer, and electricity. Site 33 had a 30 A circuit, but some of the sites have 50 A circuits. We never connected the electricity, but we used the water and sewer at the end of our stay to dump our tanks; that was very convenient.
This was the laziest camping trip we have ever taken. It was just the two of us; we didn’t even bring the dog. But, believe it or not, we went outside a few times and walked around the campground. However, we barely even cooked a meal at the campground; we ate at restaurants in Midway. So, I guess we didn’t actually go camping but instead moved our bedroom up the canyon a few miles; it was great!
We love staying in our trailer, and it was fun doing so while still being able to get stuff done we had to do. Chokecherry was a fine campground for what we wanted to accomplish. I suspect it gets busier when the weather and the lake are warmer, and lake-loving families are free for the summer. During May, the weather was moderate, and the campground was busy but quiet.