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Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

First thing's first: Canyonlands National Park is massive. You’ll need to log some serious hours here to see it all, so start out by choosing the district that fascinates you the most. First Read more...
First thing's first: Canyonlands National Park is massive. You’ll need to log some serious hours here to see it all, so start out by choosing the district that fascinates you the most. First timers should start with Island in the Sky, the easiest region to reach. It’s the first place you’ll likely drive through if you’re coming from Moab, and it has tons of scenic overlooks that give you a great birds-eye view of the park—and these overlooks really give you a good sense of how massive this place is. Backcountry enthusiasts should head to the Needles, where the hiking is stop notch. Now, if you really want to get away from it all, head over to the Maze. It’s remote. It’s raw. It’s downright gorgeous. If you’re adequately prepared, you’ll be good to go. Hiking isn’t the only activity on the agenda, either. You can take a whitewater trip on one of the rivers in Glen Canyon, and it’s a great way to see another side of the park.
Squaw Flat Campground
Pierre
Pierre: Squaw Flat is one of the best public campgrounds I've stayed at! Beautiful, peaceful, clean and...
Willow Flat Campground
Swift
Swift: Use Willow Flats Campground as base-camp before you drop in on the White Rim Trail: 102 miles of...
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Devils Garden Campground
Brian
Brian: View was unforgettable. Me and my wife booked one night at site 24 and regretted not staying longer....
Dead Horse Point Campground
Steve
Steve: If you want to really get away from the hubbub of Moab, including the traffic, this is the place! It's...
Sand Flats Recreation Area Campground
Lindsay
Lindsay: This campground had some very cool spots along huge boulders, which we climbed to see the sunset and...
Horsethief Campground
Greg
Greg: Great location for a Moab trip. Less than 30 minutes to Arches, Dead Horse, and Canyonlands. ...
Tree-House Tent
Amber
Amber: This is a tent tied off in the trees, suspend in the air about 6 feet off the ground. It holds up to...
Upper Onion Creek Campground
Ryan
Ryan: This is a beautiful place to camp, off the beaten path so you will avoid most of the tourists visiting...
King's Bottom Campground
Ryan
Ryan: King's Bottom Campground is on the south side of the Colorado River, west of Moab and near the...
Drinks Canyon Camping Area
Pierre
Pierre: This camp or the other ones along the Colorado, are a nice alternative if you don't have a reservation...
Mustang Valley Campground
Maggie
Maggie: Mark and Jennafer are awesome! Make sure you ask Jennafer about her work with preserving the rights,...
Ken's Lake Campground
Jesse
Jesse: Nice campsite for RVs or tents just outside of Moab. There are sites close to the lake if you like to...
Goose Island Campground
Todd
Todd: Goose Island is a PERFECT spot to throw up the tents, pop-up, or camper. It's right on the CO River...
Goblin Valley Campground
Michelle
Michelle: This place is amazing! Super dry and dusty so bring plenty of water. Stay in a yurt during the cooler...
Indian Creek Falls Group Site
Situated at the northern end of the beautiful Indian Creek Corridor, a 26-mile stretch of scenic...
Hamburger Rock Campground
Rob
Rob: A decent BLM campground, with sites arranged around a central sandstone formation that's nice to...
Hatch Point Campground
Two words to describe Hatch Point Campground? Secluded and quiet. Find this secret spot situated atop...
Cowboy Camp Camping Area
Howdy, partner! Looking for some primitive tent camping out in the Wild West? Well, kick off those...
Creek Pasture Campground
This is for the ones who like to take the scenic route. Reach the Creek Pasture Campground after a...
Ledge Campground
As you head down Kane Springs Road, you’ll come across a number of campgrounds. The trick is to keep...
Superbowl Campground
Shannon
Shannon: Right outside of Needles and the cheaper way to go. Loved the views, the facilities, the proximity to...
Hunter Canyon/Spring Camping Area
After turning onto Kane Creek Road from Highway 191, carry on for another 7. 8 miles to reach the...