Standing Bear RV Park

Fairview , UT
Fairview , UT

Standing Bear RV Park

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Book a stay here and bring your OHV to ride some of the most beautiful trails Utah has to offer. You can ride from our location to many of the trails around Sanpete County. The Sanpitch Trail is just a 15 minute ride from our location and travels for 26 miles. It is a beautiful ride above the world famous rock climbing location known as Maple Canyon. You can also take the drive over Big Hollow road to the Skyline Trails and ride for days (Be sure to read Utah State laws for riding your OHV and always stay on the designated OHV trails).

Come experience the many local festivals throughout Sanpete County and surrounding areas all through the summer and fall. You and your family are sure to enjoy yourselves in these farming and ranching communities. At Standing Bear RV Park our sites offer full-hookup, pull-through RV sites that can accommodate 30 or 50 Amp power with a water hydrant and sewer port.

Our restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are available only for our registered guests. We do not have accommodations for tent camping and only allow RVs that are 100 self-contained.

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About Standing Bear RV Park

Book a stay here and bring your OHV to ride some of the most beautiful trails Utah has to offer. You can ride from our location to many of the trails around Sanpete County. The Sanpitch Trail is just a 15 minute ride from our location and travels for 26 miles. It is a beautiful ride above the world famous rock climbing location known as Maple Canyon. You can also take the drive over Big Hollow road to the Skyline Trails and ride for days (Be sure to read Utah State laws for riding your OHV and always stay on the designated OHV trails).

Come experience the many local festivals throughout Sanpete County and surrounding areas all through the summer and fall. You and your family are sure to enjoy yourselves in these farming and ranching communities. At Standing Bear RV Park our sites offer full-hookup, pull-through RV sites that can accommodate 30 or 50 Amp power with a water hydrant and sewer port.

Our restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are available only for our registered guests. We do not have accommodations for tent camping and only allow RVs that are 100 self-contained.

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12199 Utah Highway 132, Fairview , UT 84629

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Things to do on or nearby the property

  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Offroad Vehicle Access
  • Snow Sports
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Registration, Hours of Use, & Restricted Vehicles:

Standing Bear RV Park office hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Monday – Sunday. We have 24-hour surveillance of our property.

All facilities, including restrooms, showers, and laundry area, are closed after 8:00 pm and will not be available for use until business hours the following day. These hours are subject to change at any time by management of

Standing Bear RV Park.

During business hours, all guests MUST check-in at the registration office BEFORE pulling into a site. Be prepared to show a valid ID, and a valid credit card to put on file. If pulling in after business hours, all customers MUST fill out a registration form and deposit it in the Night Drop at the registration office BEFORE pulling into a site, then check-in at the registration office the following morning by 8:30am. Vehicles make, model, and plate number will also be required for security purposes.

Standing Bear RV Park only allows Recreational Vehicles that meet Utah State requirements and are 100% self-contained. All vehicles must be legally registered and must be legally safe and up to code with Utah State standards and have a valid manufacturer serial number. All registered guests are expected to comply with all federal, state, and local standards or risk ejection from the park, without refund or transfer. All allowable RV requirements for an RV park in Utah can be found on rules.utah.gov. Standing Bear RV Park does not allow the use of “dependent” camping units such as tents, pop-up tents, trailers, vehicles, etc., for overnight sleeping that are not 100% self-contained, meaning they MUST have their own functioning bathroom with functioning sink, toilet, and shower, kitchen with its own dish sink, and wastewater containment facilities for both black and grey water. No "homemade" units are allowed.

Quiet Hours:

Quiet hours are from 10:30pm to 7am. NO loud noise is permitted during these hours. Please be respectful of other guests. No congregating outside of trailers after 10:30pm out of respect for other guests and neighbors. Violation of the Quiet Hours may result in additional fees, fines, law enforcement involvement, and/or expulsion from the property. This may include multiple sites if registered guest purchased multiple sites during booking. Please see the Fees policy for details.


Use of RV Sites and Standing Bear RV Park facilities and property:

Standing Bear RV Park is private property. At Standing Bear RV Park we take our security very seriously. We

reserve the right to refuse service and/or access to anyone, at any time, for any reason. All registered guests are

expected to comply with all federal, state, and local laws or risk ejection from the RV park, without refund or

transfer. No unauthorized vehicles or persons are allowed! Trespassers will be prosecuted and may face up to 6

months in jail and a fine of up to $1000. A person may not use our premises, facilities, and/or amenities for any

reason if they are not a registered guest or registered visitor of a registered guest and may be reported to local

authorities for trespassing. Children are not allowed to enter any of the facilities without being accompanied by a responsible adult. ALL children must be accompanied by a responsible adult when using the playground area or while using any property of Standing Bear RV Park. All use of any of facilities, property, or equipment of Standing Bear RV Park is at your own risk. No illegal activity is permitted anywhere on the premises of Standing Bear RV Park. If any person commits illegal activity on the private property of Standing Bear RV Park, authorities will be called immediately, the individual(s) will immediately be ejected from the property without a refund, any trailers, vehicles, or personal items will be towed at the expense of the perpetrator if it is not immediately removed from the private property of Standing Bear RV Park.

DO NOT attempt to use additional sites or you will be charged the nightly rate for those sites. ALL vehicles

belonging to the registered guest or visitors of registered guest must be disclosed at time of check-in. If additional vehicles are seen in a site or on the premises that have not been listed on the guest registration, those vehicles will be notified to the local authorities as trespassers.

There is a MAXIMUM number of 5 persons per site, per stay but vehicle capacity must be obeyed. Any number of persons beyond that will require an additional site, NO EXCEPTIONS. Persons are counted by head count, not by age. Any visitors of registered guests may be asked to leave the premises if the site is at capacity. ALL visitors of registered guests MUST check-in at the registration office and receive a visitor day pass and give the make, model, and plate number of their vehicle. Please refer to the Fees policy for details. Visitor pass is valid for day of purchase only. NO OVERNIGHT VISITORS unless the fee is paid. Day of purchase is considered as our hours of operation 8am to 8pm. Visitors must park in a designated overflow parking, DO NOT PARK AT THE RV SITE, on the roads, or in/near any other site or the registered guest will be charged the nightly rate for the use of those sites. If a vehicle or person is seen on the premises that has not been registered in the office or present after business hours, they will be reported to local authorities as a trespasser.

Personal items of a registered guest, their visitors, or their pets MUST be contained within the registered guest’s RV site. Do not leave personal items unattended. Do not attempt to spread personal items out into other sites, roads, or areas or you will be charged for additional sites and park use. Standing Bear RV Park or its managers are not responsible for any damaged or missing items when left unattended. An RV may not be made semi-permanent or permanent in any way. DO NOT attempt to put any semi-permanent or permanent skirting, fixtures, furniture, fences, pet kennels, blocks, appliances, etc. around an RV or risk additional fees, possible law enforcement involvement, fines, and ejection from the park.

At NO TIME is a registered guest, their visitors, or their pets allowed to enter the site of another guest unless they are specifically invited by the registered guest of that site. Stay on the road and away from other sites or risk ejection from the park, possible law enforcement involvement, fines, and fees.

ATVs, OHVs, Motorcycles, and any other motorized or battery powered vehicles:

NO CONSTANT RIDING AROUND THE RV PARK IS PERMITTED. Only to leave or come back from a trail

ride. No sirens, horns, or other noise features can be used while in the RV park. Rules of quiet hours are expected to be followed. Please use common sense and be respectful of other guests. Violation of this policy will result in a charge of $100 per site, per offense, and may risk ejection from the park.


Pets:

Small household pets are allowed in the RV site area of registered guest only and must always be kept on a leash when outdoors. No pets can be left outside when guests are gone or not outside. No pens, cages, enclosures, etc. may be dug into the ground, made semi-permanent in any way, or left outside when guest is gone or not outside.

Registered guests are expected to clean up after their pets and are responsible for any loss or damages to RV sites or other guest’s personal property caused by your pets. If you bring a pet, please be responsible and do not ruin other guest experiences. No large animals are permitted. We do not offer pet boarding services. Any violation of the Pet policy will result in a $75 fee per site, which may include multiple sites if registered guest’s pet left debris or damage in other sites and may also result in expulsion from the park.

Fires, Grills, etc.:

Registered guests are required to obey all federal, state, and local regulated fire laws and are fully responsible for any damages caused by using a fire. Portable, above-ground grills and firepits will be allowed on condition that they do not interfere with the experience of other guests, they may not be dug into the ground in any way, and NO debris may be left behind, at risk of additional charges after check-out. Grills & Firepits must be supplied by registered guest, we do not supply these items. Fee for violation of the Fires, Grills, Etc. policy is $75 per site booked by the registered guest. NO Fireworks or anything of sorts are allowed.

Fees:

Standing Bear RV Park will charge fees for the following violations of their policies and/or extra options: Early

check-in: $10 per site, late check-out: Full nightly rate per site, Garbage and/or debris: $75 per site, Damage to any RV site: $300 per site, visitor pass: $2 per person, violation of Quiet Hours policy: $50 per site, violation of motorized/battery powered vehicle policy: $100 per site, clean-up of pet debris and/or damage: $75 per site, damage and/or debris from fires, grills, etc.: $75 per site. All fees will be charged to registered guest’s credit card on file upon check-out or upon guest ejection from the park and registered guest may be charged for multiple sites if damages were done to multiple sites by registered guest or their visitors or pets.