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The 20 best camping spots in Utah.

Find yourself outside from breathtaking rock formations in the Wasatch Mountains to the wide expanses of the Great Salt Lake and Bonneville Salt Flats.

Devils Garden Campground

1. Devils Garden Campground

100% Recommend (13 Campers)

There’s plenty of mischief to get up to in the Devils Garden Campground. Located deep in the heart of Arches National Park, this campground is a...

Kitty
Kitty: Camped here in June 2015. Does not get better. Majority of the camp sites are quite large and the vibe tended toward tents...
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Fruita Campground

2. Fruita Campground

100% Recommend (5 Campers)

Surrounded by historic orchards and set alongside the Fremont River, the Fruita Campground is an oasis within the desert. After a long day of...

Michelle
Michelle: No reservations for this stunning little gem in the incredible and underrated Capitol Reef National Park. Plenty of incredible...
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Nothing describes camping in Utah better than "otherworldly." Hike and climb among striking rock formations in the state's five National Parks - Arches, Bryce, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion, each of which is wondrous in its own unique way. Camping in Moab is a great way to establish a home base for exploring Arches and Canyonlands National parks. From Moab you can bike, Read more...
Nothing describes camping in Utah better than "otherworldly." Hike and climb among striking rock formations in the state's five National Parks - Arches, Bryce, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion, each of which is wondrous in its own unique way. Camping in Moab is a great way to establish a home base for exploring Arches and Canyonlands National parks. From Moab you can bike, climb, and raft, and backpack throughout the surrounding region. Within an hour of Moab you can also vIsit Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument to see one of the largest known petroglyph panels in the world—some dating back to 1,500 years ago. Up north, Great Salt Lake and the Bonneville Salt Flats are always worthy of a visit. Spend a few nights at Great Salt Lake State Park or Antelope Island State Park, where bison roam free. With such an incredibly diverse landscape and endless camping options, Utah has a slice of paradise to offer just about any personality, from the RV camper to the backcountry nomad.
Goblin Valley Campground

3. Goblin Valley Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

You might think goblins are scary, but the bizarre rock formations bearing this name at the Goblin Valley Campground in Utah are anything but...

Michelle
Michelle: This place is amazing! Super dry and dusty so bring plenty of water. Stay in a yurt during the cooler months and you'll be...
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River Bend Campground

4. River Bend Campground

It’s just you, the trees, and the sound of water rushing by at River Bend Campground. Seriously, if you’re looking for the ultimate escape, come...

Spanning more than 30,000 acres, the Bonneville Salt Flats are an otherworldly natural feature and home to some world land-speed records.
Lower Little Bear Campground

5. Lower Little Bear Campground

Located within the Huntington Canyon Recreation Area, Lower Little Bear Campground offers primitive group and double-site camping for the...

Little Bear Group Campground

6. Little Bear Group Campground

Group camping can just be group camping, or it can come along with a whole slew of activities to keep everyone happy. The latter’s what you’ll get...

Great Salt Lake is the Western Hemisphere’s largest saltwater lake and is up to five times saltier than the ocean.
Joes Valley Pavilion Group Campground

7. Joes Valley Pavilion Group Campground

Soak up the sun at Joes Valley Pavilion Group Campground (or relax under the shade that the pavilion provides). Joes Valley Reservoir, visible from...

Joes Valley Campground

8. Joes Valley Campground

Located in the high mountain, valley adjacent to and just above Joes Valley Reservoir, Joes Valley Campground is the destination for hiking,...

Also known as “The Trembling Giant,” Pando is a single organism of quaking aspen spread over 107 acres with a shared root system.
Orange Olsen

9. Orange Olsen

Orange Olsen is like Little House on the Prarie steez, but instead of grassy flatlands, you’re partying 7,000 feet high amidst a panoramic view of...

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Indian Creek Group Campground

10. Indian Creek Group Campground

Surrounded by beautiful peaks in a high mountain valley and decorated with bright colors in autumn, Indian Creek Group Campground is a favorite...

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Calling all stargazers! On a moonless night, more than 7,000 stars can be seen flickering from Bryce Canyon National Park.
Potters Pond Campground

11. Potters Pond Campground

Pack up the ponies and head to Potters Pond Campground. Located in a high mountain valley, next to two sparkling ponds, this is the place where...

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Forks Of Huntington Campground

12. Forks Of Huntington Campground

With sites set in a beautiful wooded area, an awesome fishing creek, grills, and trail access, Forks of Huntington Campground is your outdoor...

Big Rock Group Campground

13. Big Rock Group Campground

A big open space, Big Rock Group Camground offers visitors Blue Ribbon Fishery, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing,...

Beaver Dam Campground

14. Beaver Dam Campground

Beaver Dam Campground is a lesser-known, lesser-used campground within Manti La-Sal National Forest, just a short drive away from Twin Pots...

Old Folks Flat Group Campground

15. Old Folks Flat Group Campground

Hey, age is only a number. Old Folks Flat Campground offers fun to adventurous campers of all ages in the form of nearby hiking, biking, hunting,...

The Bridges Campground

16. The Bridges Campground

Bridges Campground is a beautiful landscape located in the Huntington Canyon, along the Huntington Canyon National Scenic Byway. Large spruce trees...

Little Rock Campground

17. Little Rock Campground

A teeny spot in Manti La-Sal National Forest with a primitive setup including fire rings but no hook-ups, Little Rock Campground is recommended for...

Miller Flat Reservoir Campground

18. Miller Flat Reservoir Campground

Beautiful, easily accessible, and offering a variety of recreational opportunities, the Miller Flat Reservoir Campground is possibly the most...

Millsite Campground

19. Millsite Campground

We’re blowin’ the lid off of one of Utah’s best kept camp spots. Millsite State Park is locals' favorite campsite and it isn’t hard to see why. The...

The Chute Group Campground

20. The Chute Group Campground

Large spruce trees offer shade throughout Chute Groupe Campground, and grassy areas provide the perfect spot for setting up a tent! Huntington...