Grover Hot Springs State Park Campgrounds Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"First oﬀ—Quaking Aspen Campground and Toiyabe Campground are just diﬀerent loops in one campground in Grover Hot Springs State Park. Secondly, it is a family park. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, you don’t want to be here in the summer when school’s out—the place is full of kids.
But if you have kids, Grover Hot Springs (named after Alvin M. Grover, one of the original Anglo owners) is the place to be. There are lots of other kids to play with yours, so you can kick back for a change. There’s a nice warm swimming pool watched over by healthy, young lifeguards; a stream full of ﬁsh and other interesting denizens; miles of trails up rounded hills; miles of nontraﬃcked roads to bike on; grassy meadows; a nearby Western town with a museum, supplies, and horse rentals; a nature trail; hot showers; ﬂush toilets; and a big, uncrowded camp to run around in like a wild animal."