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Boot Mesa
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1. Boot Mesa

92% Recommend (6 Responses)

Nestled under the Boot Mesa of Narrow Canyon, striped purple sediment woven into the heels of the red rock Mesa loom over you. This campsite has a...

Brianna
Brianna: Staying here was a great experience. There was a great view and our hosts were extremely hospitable. I would undoubtedly...
144 Saves
Mustang Valley Campground
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2. Mustang Valley Campground

83% Recommend (27 Responses)

This spectacular campsite is the closest you'll get to the Tribal Park, is for the first time ever open to the public. These undeveloped...

Maggie
Maggie: Mark and Jennafer are awesome! Make sure you ask Jennafer about her work with preserving the rights, history, and environment...
147 Saves
Sand Island Campground

3. Sand Island Campground

Is that a river bum we smell? Possibly. At Sand Island Campground, you will become one with the crowd of folks who descend upon this spot for easy...

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Natural Bridges Campground

4. Natural Bridges Campground

Most visitors to the Natural Bridges National Monument only spend a few hours exploring around, but you aren’t most visitors, right? We didn’t...

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Cottonwood Campground

5. Cottonwood Campground

One day doesn’t do Canyon De Chelly National Monument justice! That’s why Cottonwood Campground is the perfect place to set up basecamp to explore...

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Lees Ferry Campground

6. Lees Ferry Campground

100% Recommend (3 Responses)

If the desert’s what you want, Lees Ferry Campground has it! Come explore the iconic slot canyons of Northern Arizona and the oh so refreshing...

27 Saves
Squaw Flat Campground

7. Squaw Flat Campground

100% Recommend (8 Responses)

Imagine waking up nestled within a beautiful rock formation, spending the day bouldering and exploring adventurous hiking ground, and falling...

Pierre
Pierre: Squaw Flat is one of the best public campgrounds I've stayed at! Beautiful, peaceful, clean and surrounded by rocks you can...
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Tent Camp among Anasazi Ruins
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8. Tent Camp among Anasazi Ruins

Pitch your tent in our sites in an old orchard with red rock cliffs and ancient Anasazi ruins just a few feet away. Enjoy a full country style ...

Kirk
Kirk: Kelly Place is a great place to stay, self guided tour of the ruins on site and hikes from the property are only a part of the...
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Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping

9. Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping

Get back to basics on Lake Powell’s Wahweap Bay, over at Lone Rock Beach’s primitive campground. Pitch your tent on the sandy beach, or in the...

Cody
Cody: I love this campsite! As stated it is first come first serve with no designated spots. You can find a spot that you like and...
66 Saves
Calf Creek Campground

10. Calf Creek Campground

94% Recommend (8 Responses)

Escalante Canyons has two developed campgrounds, and Calf Creek is the larger and more developed option for you and your camp crew. Experiencing...

Melinda
Melinda: Camped here on our annual spring road trip to Southern Utah. Cute campground on the creek with a river crossing. Access to...
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Hovenweep Campground

11. Hovenweep Campground

Hovenweep National Monument is a haven for anyone interested in legendary archeology—it protects several archeological sites that are more than 700...

RV Camp Among anasazi Ruins!
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12. RV Camp Among anasazi Ruins!

Park your RV in our sites in an old orchard with red rock cliffs and ancient Anasazi ruins just a few feet away. Enjoy a hot included breakfast at...

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Nizhoni Campground

13. Nizhoni Campground

When we say there’s plenty of wildlife at Upper Pleasant Creek Campground, we’re including you in the count—deer, turkeys, squirrels, the...

Edward
Edward: Spent 8 nights in Nizhoni during June 2017. Gets a big A++. Allowed me to explore Cedar Mesa...only 50 miles away. At night...
Devils Canyon Campground

14. Devils Canyon Campground

At Devils Canyon Campground, you'll pretty much be exploring the heavens. The 'ground nests at a7400-foot elevation in Manti-La Sal National Forest...

Ranchito Feliz
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15. Ranchito Feliz

100% Recommend (7 Responses)

In the middle of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument; adjacent to Bryce Canyon National Park; within walking distance of Kodachrome...

Krystal
Krystal: Roy and his lovely wife were extremely helpful and friendly. He recommended a great hike for families! When we needed something...
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Buckboard Campground

16. Buckboard Campground

If you tuck yourself away in Utah’s southeast corner, you’ll stumble upon the wonderful Buckboard Campground, right at the base of the Abajo...

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North Rim Campground

17. North Rim Campground

97% Recommend (18 Responses)

The North Rim Campground is filled with towering trees, shady sites, and the quiet nostalgia the North Rim is known for. Sites for RVs, tents, and...

Steve
Steve: Stayed here at least four times in the past three years. It is great! $1.50 shower for 6 minutes; plenty of time! SHOWERS CLOSE...
27 Saves
Dalton Springs Campground

18. Dalton Springs Campground

If you fancy camping snuggled up into a grove of aspens and oaks (and who doesn’t?) then Dalton Springs is just what you’ve been looking for. The...

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Mather Campground

19. Mather Campground

95% Recommend (46 Responses)

Storybook forest camping at the Grand Canyon, who knew? Mather Campground provides spacious and shady RV, tent, and even horse sites with stars at...

Jaymie
Jaymie: Mather Campground is GREAT. It's a little hard to find when driving from the entrance so check your map a head of time and pay...
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Desert View Campground

20. Desert View Campground

88% Recommend (13 Responses)

Desert View Campground is that place to stay to beat the crowds, and get an early start exploring the canyon. These first-come, first-served sites...

Tara
Tara: You can't make reservations here, so be sure to show up early. There's a great secret trail near campsite #46 to the edge of...
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