Camping near Altamont, Utah

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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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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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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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Swell Retreat in San Rafael Swell
5 sites · RVs, Tents208 acres · Castle Dale, UTA Swell Oasis in the desert of the San Rafael Swell: Swell Retreat. A pine tree farm was active prior to us purchasing the land, so lots of beautiful trees. A couple ponds stocked with large mouth bass. Zipline, WIBIT, water slide, etc. A field of hay, and continued improvements to make it into a Swell Retreat!!! We are a great spot to stay and have onsite a zip line into Lake Elevate, water slide into the pond, adventure island, zipline, kayaking, paddle boarding, catch and release fishing, and close to all fun in the San Rafael Swell. 20 min or so from three reservoirs for additional fishing, swimming and motor boating, 30 minutes from the Little Grand Canyon for breathtaking views, hiking and mountain biking, petroglyphs and the San Rafael Swell river to float on, 60 minutes from Goblin Valley, within 60 minutes to multiple slot canyons: Little Wild Horse Canyon, Muddy Creek, The Chute (similar to Zion National Park), Baptist Draw, to name a few. Mountain fun for rock climbing just up the road in Joe's Valley, hiking, biking, fishing, etc. We would love to have you stay on our little farm while you enjoy the fun of the San Rafael Swell adventures.
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Wind Walker Homestead
6 sites · RVs, Tents170 acres · Spring City, UTWind Walker Homestead has been a destination resort for decades, but is now family owned and being updated and marketed for groups, couples, families, reunions, weddings retreats or just a camping weekend away from the hussle of city life. There is a special spirit on the land here and is visited by Native American groups each year. Elk, deer and many other species of wildlife are present at different times. With 170 acres, there is plenty of room to hike, bike and let the kids explore. Utah juniper and Cedar are the species of trees on this high desert landscape at 6000 foot elevation. A newly renovated pool summer 2021 and new bathrooms, showers and laundry room added (in a 14 foot grain silo) by the pool spring 2022. We just added a basketball area and sand volleyball is summer 2022. 8 new full hookup RV pads also going in summer 2022. Far enough away from the lights of surrounding towns of Spring City, Mt. Pleasant and Ephraim, the Milky Way and stars will amaze. Come and visit for a night or a week. We look forward to seeing you soon. - Cindy, Bob, Joe and Natalie
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Provo River is just steps away
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Provo River Property
2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Provo, UTThis is a beautiful area!  We plan to build our dream home on this lot but in the meantime, we want to share the amazingness with campers!Learn more about this land:***Please read this entire listing!  We want you to have a great time and for this to be a great fit for you!***DO NOT BOOK UNTIL YOU'VE READ EVERYTHING!  It serves no one if you don't have a great stay.  **TEMPORARY NOTE- We're in the process of enclosing the lot with an 8' concrete privacy fence.  The listing is written as it will be when the fence is done.  As of now, most of the fence is done but we have to remove a few trees so there are some gaps in the privacy fence.  When it's all enclosed, I'll take down this temporary note.***If you read the listing and still have questions, please reach out!  I've improved the listing based on feedback from reviews on our other listing, and I answer ALL messages with pre-booking questions.PROs: Convenient location! Park Bathrooms (in the summer)! Locked Gates! Great Price!  Next to a city Park! CONs: Next to a city park. Possibility of nighttime noise disturbances for those in a tent.KEEP READING!This is a fenced-in property right by the Provo River and the city park.   It's surrounded by trees and the fresh smell and sound of the rushing river.  You'll have access to the private driveway, the gated entry, and you can place your tent or camper anywhere on the lot.  (Tent campers- this is not a quiet area.  Tent camping not recommended unless you sleep like the dead.)We're steps from the Provo River trail that takes bikers and joggers to Utah Lake or up into Provo Canyon.  It's great for taking long beautiful walks along the river.  The river is just 100 feet away!  You can make your way to the edge and sit with your feet in the fresh flowing water.  There are many places where you can easily step into the clean river and swim, raft or fish.The park located right next to us is heavily wooded with lots of private spaces for meditation or exploration.  The small duck pond is home to many beautiful wild ducks that will be happy to accept your food offerings.  HipCampers who love the space typically want a safe but urban area to explore, relax, or work as part of their nomad lifestyle.*SET UP: You may set up camp anywhere on the lot..  Our trailer is the one with the little flower planters next to it.  We don't mind if you park close to our trailer.  We're not there every day.  Please note that we do use our fire pit sometimes so park away from that if you don't like smoke. *NOISE: Please note we are close to a train track and you WILL hear the train sound in the night.  We are also in proximity to a freeway which is not visible but sometimes able to be heard. You may hear people talking in the parking lot and vehicles moving.*SECURITY:  Both gates lock.  We are in a safe albeit public area. There is one streetlamp that lights the bridge going across the river to the bathrooms.  Other than that, it's very dark, so bring a good flashlight.  Because of the lack of lighting at night, it feels very private.  Some guests have reported it feels sketchy at night which is understandable for someone to feel when in new surroundings.  Yes, people use the path and sometimes the parking lot during the night, but we're in a very safe area compared to other cities.  We keep all gates locked at night and when the property is vacant during the day.*TOILETS: Toilets are in the city park and are usually open, though they close for the winter season.  There is a park just a little further down the trail that also has bathrooms.  It is better to plan on no toilet services during the winter.  We are not responsible for the city toilets so if you plan to judge your experience on them, please don't stay here.  ;)*WATER:  Drinking water is available on our lot.  Provo city water is safe to drink. *POWER: 15 or  50 amp power is available with the purchase of the power "extra" at checkout.  You MUST pre-order this add-on.  Power is locked but we will give you the code if you have purchased the extra.  The prime spots to park are up to 100' away from the power.  You MUST have at least a 50' cord if you plan to use power and ideally a 100' if you want to park in the shade and still have power.*PRIVACY:  Our lot is completely enclosed.  On the public side (park and trail), we have a 8' tall concrete fence.  Immediately outside our gate, you'll have access to the park and trail.  The playground/pavillions/duckpond is on the other side of the river across the bridge.  Provo residents are very friendly and may greet you at the park or on the trail, but they won't bother you when you're inside the private lot.   *PETS: We are so sorry but pets are not permitted anymore. We have a little flock of chickens and ducks that call this lot home. We also have a parrot we bring when we are camping. We’ve had problems with guest pets so we have to say no more. *NEIGHBORS: We have a caretaker living on the lot.  You will see his camper when you arrive.  He keeps an eye on the property, feeds the critters, and is willing to help you if needed, but his job is not caring for Hipcampers.  He will leave you alone.*ABSOLUTELY NO parties, no drinking, no drugs, no loud music.*NO GENERATORS.  No you are not an exception.  Yes, they are ALWAYS too loud.  If we hear it or get a call from a neighbor that you are running it, we will ask you to leave with no refund.*NON-WATERED WEEDSCAPE WARNING.  The grass in the park is green.  Our lot is a 1/2 acre without a sprinkler system.  Please don't arrive expecting everything to be green.  We keep some area in the shade green but the rest is let to do its thing (which is die in the hot summer sun).  Thanks!*CHECK IN TIME- is anytime after 2pm.  If the site won't work for you, please cancel before 11pm for a full refund.  ****THIS LOT IS PERFECT for you if you:-are boondocking (dry camping) with a self-contained vehicle or tent (and are not a light sleeper.)-like the convenience of our location-need a quick and easy and safe place to sleep as you make a road trip stop. (we're close to gas and the freeway)-have read all the transparency in the listing and think it'd be a good fit****THIS LOT is NOT perfect for you if you:-Are recreational camping and want a mountain or remote setting. Remember- this is within city limits.-haven't read everything above.  Because guests who don't read a listing all the way through but still make a booking may be disappointed. **FREE CANCELLATIONS till 11pm!HipCamp's super flexible policy allows for free refunds up till the time of check-in.  We've set our check in time to 11 pm to allow ample time to cancel. If you arrive and it won't work for you, simply cancel!  If you do not cancel before 11pm, I'm sorry but there are no refunds.  We tried to make things as easy as possible for you to get all the information you need. Please cancel by 11pm on your arrival date if it doesn't work for you.
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Ward Family Ranchette & Homestead
2 sites · RVs, Tents15 acres · COWe own a beautiful 10 acre property with awesome views going up Current Creek Mountain Road in Fruitland Utah and a 5 acre property with awesome mountain views in front of the Dinosaur National Monument in Dinosaur Colorado. We look forward to sharing both with you! Fruitland is a great location and it's only an hour from the property up on the mountain to Park City Utah. There is a full service gas station with a restaurant, RV Park, and even a small church building in town just minutes down the mountain. There are several reservoirs within a short drive in every direction from the campsite. Amazing amounts of wildlife right on the property throughout the year. Dinosaur is a great location and it's 5 minutes from the property to the CO side of the Dinosaur National Monument and less than 30 minutes from the UT side and the Dinosaur National Monument Quarry Visitor Center. There are full service gas stations, restaurants, cannabis dispensaries, as well as a convenience-store, liquor store, RV Park, and electric vehicle charging station in town just minutes down the road. There are several well known hiking trails within a short drive in every direction from the campsite. The Fruitland campsite is best for tent camping. Pulling anything bigger than a small camper into this campsite will be difficult. There will be flexibility on cancellations due to weather on the mountain. The Dinosaur campsite is well suited for tent & RV camping. Pulling in campers and motorhomes into this campsite will be very easy. Direct year-round access to the property is off of HWY 40. Pets will also be allowed without restrictions.
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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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Buckhorn Rv Park A.’s Land
5 sites · Lodging, Tents2 acres · Huntington, UT
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Sandy Beach
39 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents350 acres · Levan, UT17 RV sites available for reservations. Easy to access 55 foot long sites. Each site has incredible lake views. Access to private sandy beach with jet ski, kayak, and paddle board rentals available. Fishing, water sports, views, and star gazing. Just a short distance from I-15 but worlds away from the hustle an bustle.
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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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A distant view of the thousands of acres of BLM land accessible from the property. This is an outdoor lovers paradise!
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Sacred Sharing Spaces LLC
19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents200 acres · Glade Park, COSacred Sharing Spaces is located in Glade Park Colorado. We are 4th generation on an Ol' Homestead. Shoot everybody that make's it up here to our lil' piece of heaven on earth is just like family. It is hard to improve on mother nature's beauty, she has given quit the abundance on this here mountain top. We have rims, ponds, plenty of wildflowers, sparkling spring water, and breathtaking splendid fresh air.
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