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Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah

Cedar Brooks is one special place, and we’re sure you’ll agree after a visit. You can stare down into a geologic amphitheater that’s a whopping half-mile deep, take a stroll through ancient pines, Read more...
Cedar Brooks is one special place, and we’re sure you’ll agree after a visit. You can stare down into a geologic amphitheater that’s a whopping half-mile deep, take a stroll through ancient pines, frolic amongst the wildflowers in verdant meadows, snap pics of vibrant fall leaves, and more. And the best part? The pitch black night skies make for the best star gazing. You’ll be thrilled you chose to pitch your tent here once you experience them for yourself. While we’ve got your attention, there’s another thing you should know. In this region, you’re gonna have to pay attention to the weather. Snow can accumulate in late October, and often sticks around through late May and early June. Always check the conditions, and have a backup plan in case things get sketchy. But, the good news about all that snow? Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are all fair game!
Point Supreme Campground
Michelle: The sights are a bit close together and near the loop road, but the meadows on either side are...
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Watchman Campground
Alex: Not the most private campground, but good access to bathroom facilities, clean water pumps and just a...
Ranchito Feliz
Krystal: Roy and his lovely wife were extremely helpful and friendly. He recommended a great hike for families!...
South Campground
Jenna: The South Campground can be a bit chaotic. Vehicles will drive around and around hoping to scope out...
North Campground
David: cost $20 per night on top of $30 park entrance fee rather pricey. Bathroom with hot water &...
Sunset Campground
Leo: What an amazing experience. This site is great, just a 5 minute walk to the canyon rim, which makes it...
Lava Point Campground
April: A great little spot! A bit out of the way however you can still expect to find others there as well. I...
Water Canyon Cliffside Campsite
Casey: What an amazing place! The campsite is nice and spread out with views that will blow your mind. Hiking...
BaseCamp 37° - Powell Tent
Kat: I cannot say enough good things about this place! Not only did we stay in a beautiful and modern...
Duck Creek Campground
Troy: Our family's favorite place to camp. Beautiful scenery, good fishing, small village nearby if you want...
Second Star to the Right
Jim: After enjoying the beauty of the "Big 3" (Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon), a day trout fishing or...
Kodachrome Basin Campground
Sarah: Fantastic staff and fabulous showers! A bit off the main path, but oh-so-worth it.
Heart of the Parks!
Colt: Private location with complete privacy for campfire/camping. Beautiful views of red cliffs of Kanab...
Cedar Canyon Campground
April: In the fall season this campground is absolutely gorgeous. I have been here a few times, including in...
Deer Haven Campground
April: So this area is one of my favorites to go to. I technically don't camp in the actual Deer Haven...
Te-Ah Campground
April: I stopped here after the first leg of my Virgin River Rim Trail backpacking trek. After hiking alone...
Navajo Lake Campground
Prepare that panoramic photo feature on your newfangled iPhone, because Navajo Lake campground offers...
Spruces Campground
April: I made the one mile round trip trek off the Virgin River Rim Trail to stop here for lunch/a break...
Mammoth Designated Dispersed Camping Area
No hook-ups, no trash service, and no distractions. If you’re a real primitive camping buff and you...
Yankee Meadow Campground
When it comes to Yankee Meadow Campground, we suggest you high-tail it over there before the secret...
Yankee Designated Dispersed Camping Area
Across the road from Bowery Creek and just a hop, skip and a jump away from Yankee Meadows Reservoir,...