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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.

Watchman Campground

1. Watchman Campground

96% Recommend (73 Responses)

If you like to gamble and never lose, then place your bets on Watchman Campground. There are sites to please RVers, walk-in lovers, and first-come,...

Alex: Not the most private campground, but good access to bathroom facilities, clean water pumps and just a short drive (or walk) to...
113 Saves
Devils Garden Campground

2. Devils Garden Campground

100% Recommend (22 Responses)

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: Camped here in June 2015. Does not get better. Majority of the camp sites are quite large and the vibe tended toward tents...
54 Saves
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.
Ranchito Feliz
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3. 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: Roy and his lovely wife were extremely helpful and friendly. He recommended a great hike for families! When we needed something...
8 Saves
South Campground

4. South Campground

95% Recommend (23 Responses)

Simply put, South Campground is going to set you up for a winning adventure at Zion! All sites are first-come, first-served but there’s a bunch of...

Jenna: The South Campground can be a bit chaotic. Vehicles will drive around and around hoping to scope out someone leaving. During...
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Spanning more than 30,000 acres, the Bonneville Salt Flats are an otherworldly natural feature and home to some world land-speed records.
Sunset Campground

5. Sunset Campground

100% Recommend (15 Responses)

Steps away from your site at Sunset Campground is the Rim Trail, where the most famous hikes and hoodoos reside in Bryce Canyon. You can not only...

Leo: What an amazing experience. This site is great, just a 5 minute walk to the canyon rim, which makes it so easy to head over and...
25 Saves
North Campground

6. North Campground

100% Recommend (12 Responses)

North Campground makes it easy to swing by the general store for an ice cream before watching the sun sink behind the hoodoos at Sunset Point. RV...

David: cost $20 per night on top of $30 park entrance fee rather pricey. Bathroom with hot water & flushing toilets. Summer free...
29 Saves
Great Salt Lake is the Western Hemisphere’s largest saltwater lake and is up to five times saltier than the ocean.
Water Canyon Cliffside Campsite
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7. Water Canyon Cliffside Campsite

83% Recommend (13 Responses)

Pitch your tent at Water Canyon Cliffside! The Campground is within a mile drive or walk to the trail head to Water Canyon Hike and Squirrel Canyon...

Casey: What an amazing place! The campsite is nice and spread out with views that will blow your mind. Hiking around the campsite all...
23 Saves
BaseCamp 37° - Powell Tent
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8. BaseCamp 37° - Powell Tent

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

This 14' x 16' canvas tent has a king sized bed, with a Tuft & Needle mattress, and luxury linens and blankets. A solar system at each tent...

Kat: I cannot say enough good things about this place! Not only did we stay in a beautiful and modern glamping tent, but we hung out...
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Also known as “The Trembling Giant,” Pando is a single organism of quaking aspen spread over 107 acres with a shared root system.
Squaw Flat Campground

9. 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: Squaw Flat is one of the best public campgrounds I've stayed at! Beautiful, peaceful, clean and surrounded by rocks you can...
20 Saves
Fruita Campground

10. Fruita Campground

100% Recommend (8 Responses)

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: No reservations for this stunning little gem in the incredible and underrated Capitol Reef National Park. Plenty of incredible...
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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.
Upper Onion Creek Campground

11. Upper Onion Creek Campground

100% Recommend (7 Responses)

Colorado River, Fisher Towers, Castle Rock, oh my! Located in the heart of the Richardson Amphitheatre, the group sites at Upper Onion Creek will...

Ryan: This is a beautiful place to camp, off the beaten path so you will avoid most of the tourists visiting Moab. There are 10 more...
5 Saves
Calf Creek Campground

12. 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: Camped here on our annual spring road trip to Southern Utah. Cute campground on the creek with a river crossing. Access to...
16 Saves
Dead Horse Point Campground

13. Dead Horse Point Campground

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

If you want to wake up surrounded by canyon rims that overlook onto southern Utah’s shockingly red rocks, look no further than Dead Horse Point...

Steve: If you want to really get away from the hubbub of Moab, including the traffic, this is the place! It's a drive to get to, but...
33 Saves
Willow Flat Campground

14. Willow Flat Campground

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

If you’re into posting sunset pics, look no further. Staying at Willow Flat campground means you’re only a short walk away from the finest sunset...

Swift: Use Willow Flats Campground as base-camp before you drop in on the White Rim Trail: 102 miles of remote bike packing...
20 Saves
Goblin Valley Campground

15. Goblin Valley Campground

93% Recommend (7 Responses)

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: 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...
7 Saves
Sand Flats Recreation Area Campground

16. Sand Flats Recreation Area Campground

89% Recommend (9 Responses)

Colorful sunsets, impressive sandstone canyons, and the La Sal Mountain range dotting the horizon is what you’ll be ogling from your tent at the...

Lindsay: This campground had some very cool spots along huge boulders, which we climbed to see the sunset and sunrise! The bathrooms...
17 Saves
Lava Point Campground

17. Lava Point Campground

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

Not only can you camp at Zion’s highest point, but you can also camp there for F-R-E-E! No jokes, just a handful of first-come, first-served sites...

April: A great little spot! A bit out of the way however you can still expect to find others there as well. I camped out of the peak...
35 Saves
Mount Timpanogos Campground

18. Mount Timpanogos Campground

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

Take a deep breath and smell the array of pine trees and summer wildflowers while you soak in the panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains. Explore...

David: great winter camping spot good for scouts snow caving dec * early jan.
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Drinks Canyon Camping Area

19. Drinks Canyon Camping Area

90% Recommend (5 Responses)

Make your way to the Drinks Canyon Camping Area and you’ll find yourself chilling out on the banks of the Colorado River and gaping at the epic red...

Pierre: This camp or the other ones along the Colorado, are a nice alternative if you don't have a reservation to camp in Arches. They...
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Horsethief Campground

20. Horsethief Campground

90% Recommend (5 Responses)

Park-hopping through the Utah wilderness? Check in at Horsethief Campground, nestled in the stretch of open desert between Arches National Park and...

Greg: Great location for a Moab trip. Less than 30 minutes to Arches, Dead Horse, and Canyonlands. Terrific high desert views and...
7 Saves