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The best hot spring camping 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.


Interior photos to come soon.
The bus at night looked so rad!
Can you catch the peace sign?!
Quality time with this one. We found ourselves inside.
The Jolly Green Camper was suuuuper rad.
Jolly Green Glamper
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$25/night
Jess
Jess: Dana and Bill were amazing hosts! The glamper is nice and spacious, but they offered me...
This is Tara, our 150 yr. old pioneer home.
Here is my artist rendering of Red Hen Gardens with illustrated doodling of the various places to play and garden.
Bill and Dana, camp hosts and all around congenial folks.
Our glamper is between the house and garden. It has a double bed and a single that are comfortable for sleeping. The bathroom isn't hooked up so we share our bathroom with visitors.
This is the lawn area of the yard and is great for kids, dogs, or tent camping.
Red Hen Gardens
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$35/night
Nick
Nick: Wow.. Dana and Bill are THE BEST! I'm not going to say too much, the experience is be...
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.
Our home built around 1868.
Hydrangea Bedroom
Full kitchen
Trampoline and fire pit area
Downstairs full bath
Dana
Dana: This room is upstairs in our 1868 pioneer cabin.   It has a queen bed with a memory...
Dana's art logo.
Twin bed that is very comfortable.
There are two twin beds in this room.
Twin bed that is very comfortable.
Half bath right outside the room.
Dana
Dana: This room is upstairs in our 1868 pioneer cabin.   It has two twin beds with memory...
Calling all stargazers! On a moonless night, more than 7,000 stars can be seen flickering from Bryce Canyon National Park.
a view from the air
Utah's mini "ocean"
butterfly fish in the snorkeling and diving ponds
wildlife
Utah's mini "ocean"
Linda
Linda: Pitch your tent on the flats, or for $5 more, hook your RV to power, (minimal, no air...
Seabase SCAMPS
wildlife, sometimes...
Seabase SCAMPS
near but not the same water as the Great Salt Lake, our water is spring water bubbling through the salt deposits left behind by Lake Bonneville, before it receded thousands of years ago.
great area for night skies!
Linda
Linda: stay in a SCAMP trailer, not fancy, but a table that makes into a double bed, and...