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The 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.

Mustang Valley Campground
Maggie
Maggie: Mark and Jennafer are awesome! Make sure you ask Jennafer about her work with preserving the rights,...
Ranchito Feliz
Jasmine
Jasmine: Very well thought out and cared for space, the pictures don't do it justice! Roy had a lot of insights...
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.
Water Canyon Cliffside Campsite
Casey
Casey: What an amazing place! The campsite is nice and spread out with views that will blow your mind. Hiking...
Second Star to the Right
Kat
Kat: If you're looking to get away and commune with nature, this is the place! Second Star to the Right is...
Once part of a land mass dense with dinosaurs called Laramidia, Utah is one of the top places in the nation to find dinosaur fossils.
Heart of the Parks!
Kat
Kat: Great spot up high on a hill to see some awesome views! Colt had some great recommendations, including...
Tree-House Tent
Katie
Katie: What a wonderful night in the desert! The Needles Outpost Campground was an excellent place to stay,...
Spanning more than 30,000 acres, the Bonneville Salt Flats are an otherworldly natural feature and home to some world land-speed records.
BaseCamp 37° - Powell Tent
Kat
Kat: I cannot say enough good things about this place! Not only did we stay in a beautiful and modern...
Watchman Campground
Alex
Alex: Not the most private campground, but good access to bathroom facilities, clean water pumps and just a...
Great Salt Lake is the Western Hemisphere’s largest saltwater lake and is up to five times saltier than the ocean.
Pilot Valley NV-UT NE Gateway 1
Arte
Arte: Perfect for the camper looking for the ultimate off grid experience. The high elevation keeps the area...
ZION TENT & GEAR KIT TO-GO!
Victoria
Victoria: Reserve your own camping gear & tent to go KIT, INCLUDES: cooler, lantern, flashlight, plates,...
Also known as “The Trembling Giant,” Pando is a single organism of quaking aspen spread over 107 acres with a shared root system.
Utah at its finest
Casey
Casey: Off road vehicles , hiking , tents , RV's , tiny homes , almost anything goes here and what a place...
Zion NP Views ECO-CAMPSITES
Victoria
Victoria: Wonderful open land on our eco camping areas overlooking Zion National Park! Bring your gear and set...
Calling all stargazers! On a moonless night, more than 7,000 stars can be seen flickering from Bryce Canyon National Park.
Devils Garden Campground
Brian
Brian: View was unforgettable. Me and my wife booked one night at site 24 and regretted not staying longer....
South Campground
Jenna
Jenna: The South Campground can be a bit chaotic. Vehicles will drive around and around hoping to scope out...
North Campground
David
David: cost $20 per night on top of $30 park entrance fee rather pricey. Bathroom with hot water &...
Sunset Campground
Leo
Leo: What an amazing experience. This site is great, just a 5 minute walk to the canyon rim, which makes it...
Fruita Campground
Michelle
Michelle: No reservations for this stunning little gem in the incredible and underrated Capitol Reef National...
Squaw Flat Campground
Pierre
Pierre: Squaw Flat is one of the best public campgrounds I've stayed at! Beautiful, peaceful, clean and...
Lava Point Campground
April
April: A great little spot! A bit out of the way however you can still expect to find others there as well. I...
BaseCamp 37° -  Escalante Tent
Amy
Amy: Located 8 miles east of Kanab, UT, BaseCamp 37° is well situated to explore the National Parks and...