For all our RVing friends this park is located off the I-70 east of the I-15 in Utah. And, yes, there is RV parking in the lot. There is also an campground with rv parking but no hookups. Wouldn't be bad in spring or fall, but it's too hot here now.
We are in Richfield, Utah hanging out at the Elks Lodge, nothing fancy but they do have 50 amp electric, so the air conditioners are humming away keeping ME cool and happy. Everyone knows Howie loves the heat, so he doesn't care so much about keeping cool.
I couldn't pass up the opportunity to drive the 21 miles back to the Fremont Indian State Park, while Howie took in some alone time -- it's the big secret of happy RVing marriages :-) Besides he has reached the point that all Indian sites look the same to him *sigh*
The museum is small but first rate, and there are several hikes to the many petrogyphs, pictographs and even a couple of pictoglyphs. Since it was already in the 90s by the time I arrived, I elected to just take in the 1/2 mile paved hike around the visitor center, where there were lots of petroglyphs on the surrounding cliffs.