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Provo, Utah, USA

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park - Provo, Utah

If you are looking to get to Provo and you’re heading out in your RV, you’re going to want to stay a while and explore the area. The natural beauty and iconic locations that abound in this area make it a magical place that lures visitors from all over the world. At Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale, Utah, we take immense pride in providing our guests with the best that RVing has to offer and havethe kind of modern amenities thatallow them to enjoy every minute of their time with us – whether that means a few days, a few weeks, or a longer stay.

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(435) 749-4920


Provo represents the heart of the Utah Valley, which is home to some of the most dramatic natural beauty around. Whatever you have in mind – be it hiking, biking, strolling, climbing, or taking scenic drives – you’ve come to the right place.

Bridal Veil Falls

One of the many jewels in the crown of beautiful Provo Canyon, Bridal Veil Falls is a truly spectacular natural waterfall offering truly spectacular views. This waterfall can be reached via an easy trail from the parking lot, and although the falls are open year-round, snow can limit accessibility. Bridal Falls Park is a short jaunt from the falls that boasts all the following:

  • Plenty of parking
  • Grassy picnic spots with grilling opportunities and picnic tables
  • Bike and hiking paths for the whole family
  • Mountaineering
  • Rafting

In the winter, Bridal Veil Falls attracts ice climbers from all over the world.

Bridal Veil Falls, Provo, Utah
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Mt. Timpanogos

Called Mt. Timp by the locals, Mt. Timpanogos is the second highest mountain in Utah’s Wasatch range but is arguably the most beloved – especially by climbers. Mt. Timp towers over its ideal location – the Provo, Orem, Pleasant Grove area – and it’s majestic 7,000-foot rise from the valley below is impossible to ignore. This immense mountain spreads nearly seven miles from north to south, and many of its peaks exceed the 11,000-foot mark.

Vivian Park

Vivian Park has a prime location nestled in Provo Canyon along the Provo River between Mount Timpanogos to the north, Wildwood to the east, Cascade Mountain to the south, and Bridal Veil Falls to the west. In other words, you can’t go wrong at Vivian Park.Inviting features abound, including:

  • Hiking and bike trails, including the mouth of South Fork Canyon and the Provo River Parkway Trail
  • Fishing
  • Spellbinding views
  • Picnic sites
  • Firepits

There is even a heritage train called the Heber Creeper Railroad that ends in Vivian Park – where it reverses directions for a scenic return to Heber City.

Utah Lake State Park

Home to Utah’s largest freshwater lake, Utah Lake State Park boasts fishing access for all the following:

  • Channel catfish
  • White and black bass
  • Walleye
  • Several species of panfish

In addition to fishing, you can put your canoe, kayak, powerboat, or sailboat to good use on beautiful Utah Lake or partake of the many hiking opportunities.

Thanksgiving Point

Thanksgiving Point is an indoor/outdoor complex that has something for everyone, including the North American Museum of Ancient Life, which is one of the largest of its kind and houses a world-class Jurassic dinosaur collection. Highlights include a dinosaur egg that is 150 million years old. Other standouts at Thanksgiving Point include:

  • A golf course designed by Johnny Miller
  • Gorgeous garden displays that host activities across all seasons
  • The Museum of Natural Curiosity, which features more than 400 interactive activities for the whole family
thanksgiving spot

The Y Trail

The Y Trail is something of a rite of passage for students at Brigham Young University, and though it’s considered a challengingly steep hike, it’s a gorgeous hike for those who are up for theadventure. The Y itself was constructed by BYU students back in 1906 who set out to put their mark on the mountain. After a full day of work, only the letter Y was complete, and the plans for the B and the U were abandoned. The lone Y, which is made out of large rocks that are covered by concrete,remains a favorite hiking destination. The signage measures 380 feet tall and 130 feet wide, making it the largest school symbol anywhere. The hike to the Y takes about three hours, but if you want to hike to the top of Y Mountain itself, you can expect a five-hour trek.

Provo Canyon

Provo Canyon boasts some of the most scenic drives in a very scenic region, including:

  • The route from Provo to Heber, which provides stunning views of Bridal Veil Falls, Deer Creek Reservoir, and the gorgeous Heber Valley
  • The Alpine Scenic Loop, which passes Sundance Resort, Timpanogos Cave National Monument, and the Uinta National Forest
  • The US-189 out of Provo, which parallels the Provo River

Don’t Wait to Book Your Stay Today

Whether you’re an old hand at RVing or are just getting started, Provo is an ideal location that you won’t want to miss. At Esquire Estates MH & RV Park, located at 425 Esquire Parkway in Castle Dale, Utah, we take our guests’ comfort and enjoyment very seriously. We offer spacious parking units, modern hookups, and a central location that offers convenient access to Provo and other attractions in the area. We look forward to welcoming you in the near future and encourage you to contact or call us at (435) 749-4920 to book your stay and learn more today.