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Photo of site #6.  Very easy to get to, very private and what a view!!
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Mountain Top Getaways
6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents80 acres · Preston, IDMy Grandfather owned this property for many years.  He dry farmed this land and raised nine...
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Retro Star Ranch
2 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · UTRetro Star Ranch is big and secluded.  Aside from a few trailers that dot the hills in the distance you are pretty much on your own.  We have 25 acres of land at the end of a private road in a secret hidden valley not far from SLC, Ogden and Eden Utah.  This land is pristine and connected to over 5000 acres of undeveloped open space.   The property is part of a recreational property subdivision.  You might see some fellow campers on quads, occasionally you might hear gunfire,  but you're more likely to see deer, fox, grouse, birds of prey, moose and possibly elk.  Not far from Causey Reservoir and the South Fork of the Ogden River both of which have great water for floating and fishing.    You could easily get here in a sedan when dry but not recommended for sports or low clearance vehicles.  If you have 4x4 that is better, especially if you want to venture to our last campsite or pull a trailer here.   We've pulled a 30' foot trailer but the road is skinny in places and the turns are tight, bumpy from cobbles and ruts and often have puddles.  There is about 2 miles of that climbs over a ridge.  If you're adventurous and a confident driver on dirt roads you will have no problem.  If it's you're first time pulling a trailer or if you have a low clearance then this might not be the spot for you.   However, if you're looking for something peaceful and secluded that is not that far from town, this is it.  We can also accommodate larger groups or multiple vehicles if desired.  Please contact us with any special requests or questions.  The Knoll site is better for trailers and larger groups.  It has a loop through driveway and can accommodate a few trailers.  Please be aware that this is wilderness camping and there are wild animals throughout the woods.  It is best to stay on trail or at the site and be alert for snakes, big cats, moose and deer.
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Lazy 6-T Ranch
3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents101 acres · Montpelier, IDOur ranch is a family owned cattle ranch. Our cows love this place and we’re sure you will too!
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Setting up camp!
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Bear Lake Basecamp!
2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Liberty, IDThis has become a great place for our family to go to get away for the weekends.  The nights are...
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Gateway to the Uintas.
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Glamping at The Refuge
2 sites · Lodging, RVs1 acre · Kamas, UTAt the gateway to the Uinta mountains, beautiful valley setting. New camping trailer with water, electric, A/C, furnace, 1/2 bath, full fridge, cooktop, oven and microwave. TV and WiFi. One queen bed, and table area can be made into a full size bed. Right off the Mirror Lake Hwy. Dog friendly. Enjoy the mountains and lakes during the day, with a comfy spot waiting for you to recover for your next adventure. Fantastic sky, beautiful views. Come see us!
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a view from the air
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Utah's inland ocean
23 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Grantsville, UTSeabase's water was visited by the pioneers on the way to California, and then was owned by Grantsville City as a "swimming hole", and now is a SCUBA and snorkeling resort.& event locationn. Camping and events happen, and sometimes there would be no one here but you and the caretakers, sometimes a lot of people. There are 20 acres to dry camp, so getting back away from traffic, or close to the water are options.
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Enjoy your relaxing in your very own hammock, gazing at the night stars and lounge barefoot on our soft outdoor carpet with some games or a book.
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Cliffside Retreat
2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Holladay, UTYour stay with us at our cliffside retreat will be above and beyond what you’ll find at any hip hipcamp destination. You’ll be greeted with warm homemade 🍪 cookies and find your stay comfortable, quiet, and relaxing. We provide all kinds of added services including pack to go lunches with fresh homemade sandwiches, fruit bowls, warm breakfasts, baked goods to order... and more. You’re surrounded by nature and songbirds and can choose to either park in your own camper at the top of our driveway or pitch a tent ⛺️ in our beautifully landscaped cliff side backyard. (See photos) Welcome to your cliffside getaway! Stay once and you’ll be back again and again! Coming in 2022... a true Airbnb tiny house addition!
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The Park at Swan Valley
32 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents28 acres · IDLearn more about this land:Enjoy a QUIET location with full hookups for your RV or pitch your...
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The Hundred Acre Wood
4 sites · Lodging, Tents103 acres · UTOriginally homesteaded by Edwin Whiting in the 1870s, the upper reaches of Hobble Creek Canyon have been ranched by our family since 1901.  Edwin was a fruit farmer and I suspect that the lone pear tree still growing (and bearing fruit) on the ranch, may have been planted by him nearly 150 years ago.  Today we raise horses, but mostly we raise kids and spirits.  Come up, set a spell, and renew your soul.
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Mountainous Creek Canyon
2 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · UTHello, campers! This is an amazing place to camp and relax, away from busy city life, full of tall sage and pine. both campsites have access to the peninsula, where you can enjoy a beautiful 23' wide by 4' deep creek perfect for tubing and fishing! This is a great place to bring ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles, etc. to explore down the main road for site seeing! There is easy access to the other side of the creek over a walking bridge that opens up the larger portion of the acreage. Fire pits are available at each campsite (please keep fire in the pit at all times and fully extinguish after use). Close by you will find both Strawberry and Starvation Reservoirs just 10-20 mins away, both offer a variety of winter and summer sports. During the winter there is snowboard paragliding, snowmobiling, and ice fishing! During the summer amazing canyon hiking access just yards from your campsite, swimming, tubing, fishing, and boating! Wildlife watching can be amazing and regularly spotted throughout the property.
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Christian J.’s Land
2 sites · Lodging10 acres · UTLearn more about this land:This is 10 acres of mostly Pinon trees. We have a view of grandaddy mountain in the Uintah and the luxury of being in a gated community where you can expect serenity and top notch star gazing. We have two bell tents, one 5m one 6m round as well as a trailer and space for your van or rv. We are also about 30 minutes from two lakes. One of our favorite things to do however is hiking the backcountry. It's a beautiful area made for explorers and people just wanting to get away.
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The Ranch from the road
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The Rockin Robbins Ranch
5 sites · Lodging6 acres · UTOur beautiful ranch is a Family Farm started by Grandpa Dar. We continue to honor the old ways of caring for free roaming chickens, growing food without chemicals, honey bee shelters, enjoying our home with family and friends. We are putting in our Hazelnut Trees, Chestnut Trees, Peach Trees, and a grove of old Oak Trees this Spring. We have expanded our ranch to a few more acres. We are moving our Fire Pit to allow more privacy and to meet fire safety standards. We are adding new gardens. New pictures are posted. Baby chicks arrive in May. We will be planting vegetable gardens for our guests to share in the harvest. We are continually working to improve the experience of our guests.
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