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No matter how long you plan to stay, we offer affordable rates according to your needs. As most RVs are well-equipped and customized to suit your needs, you don't always need to go the extra mile and use full hookup services. We understand.

Depending upon your RV space requirements, you can opt for what you need and pay accordingly. We offer competitive daily and weekly rates.

Our Rates

*Seasonal rates for May 1 through Sep 30

  Daily Weekly
Full Hookup 60ft pad $48.50 $249.00
- w/ Good Sam or Club Card $43.45 $225.00
Full Hookup 50ft pad $39.25 $235.50
- w/ Good Sam or Club Card $35.50 $213.00
Tents (2 People) $25.00 7 days in 7 days out
Long Term Monthly 50-60ft pad $525.00 +electric
Long Term Monthly 30-32ft pad $500.00 +electric

Prices are subject to change.

Short Term available October 1st to May 1st - call for specials.

Overflow available when at full capacity - 14 days in 14 days out $25.00 a night

Credit card needed on file to guarantee pull through site.



Full hookup 60ft pad

Full hookup 50ft pad

‚ÄčLong Term Monthly

YOU WANT TO STAY LONGER? JUST LET US KNOW!

You will find our rates competitive, even if you stay with us for longer durations than above. We have the perfect location and amenities, so you can feel comfortable staying as long as you want. Call us for more information.

PLAN AHEAD WITH AN ONLINE RESERVATION

As an RV owner, you must make sure that your next holiday trip is planned ahead to avoid any issues later. Mountain Shadows RV in Draper, UT accepts online forms to book your next trip with us.

All you need to do is submit the form below. We'll get back to you.

We take all credit cards including American Express but no personal checks.

First Name *
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Are You A Good Sam Member? *
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How Many Are Adults? *
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Additional Vehicles
Will You Need 50AMP Service? *
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If So, How Many?
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If So, How Many?
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