Cherry Campground is located on the banks of pretty Hobble Creek just six miles from Springville, Utah, at an elevation of 5,200 feet. Visitors enjoy exploring local trails.
Biking, Campfire Rings, Creek Access, Firewood, Fishing, Grills, Group Camping, Hiking, Horseshoe Pit, Host, Paved Parking Spurs, Paved Roads, Picnic Area, Trails, Vault Toilets, Volleyball Courts
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Reviewed by UtahTabby on November 13, 2013
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Close to town, small stream runs through it for wading, very shaded, sites are fairly close together and full on weekends so crowded, but in middle of week, it is very peaceful. Hiking, walking path close by, and golfing near. Fish in the pond you see before you come up the canyon, the stream is not great for fishing. ATVs have to drive up the road so far up the mountain before they can let loose, not really good for a family of ATV nuts. Mostly good for people who want to camp nearby town or golfing. Usually has a host. Opens later in Spring and closes early in Fall due to budget cuts, call to make sure it is open. In Sept of 2001, we watched a cattle drive of kids on horses come by, bringing cattle down from the grazing on mountain tops to the stock corral below, before being trucked to the feed sheds for the winter, and a cow ran through our campsite. Thrilled my Midwestern flat-lander mother who had never seen a western cowboy-style cattle drive! So THAT was fun, if you are not scared of cows, to try your luck on a Sept mid-week camping trip. I would readily camp at Cherry again, in mid-week, when it is not crowded so it is peaceful.
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