It's nothing great especially if you live near larger ranges and wonders like we do. It can be pretty in the summer, but you can also drive <1 hour from the Wasatch Front and see much prettier terrain in the Wasatch Back.I know this isn't really Utah but has anyone been to Great Basin National Park? I was surprised to see it just over the border into Nevada and it's just as far to get to as are the three central Utah parks. It looks like there aren't really a lot of places to stay around there unless you go farther into Nevada around Ely. Is this worth going to? Or is this a place that isn't any better than anywhere else but just has a designation of being a national park?
Night sky can be very pristine to look at as there's no light pollution so I could see camping for a night, but there's not a whole lot else to do outside of some light hiking.
One advantage it has: it's not busy, especially compared to the parks here in Utah. It's more of a locals park so you don't see a ton of vacationers/tourists aside from some roadtrippers who generally act responsible.