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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.

Outdoor stays for every style

Find your new favorite spot.

Rugged mountains and alpine lakes give way to vast deserts, and red-rock cliffs rise above the rapids of the Colorado River. This is Utah, where the natural beauty is almost impossible to take in. The best way to see Utah? Focus on one region at a time—there are so many killer camping options that you could spend years exploring them all. Your first stop should be southern Utah, where red rocks reign supreme and you can camp year-round. Pull into the RV park at Zion National Park, or take in the towering amphitheater of hoodoos from a backcountry tent site in Bryce Canyon National Park. In Snow Canyon State Park, petrified sand dunes and jagged underground lava tubes sit a short walk from your campsite. Adventurers go crazy for Moab, which is a mecca for mountain biking, canyoneering, and whitewater rafting. In one trip, you can stand under centuries-old sandstone arches at Arches National Park and capture an iconic Instagram shot at Dead Horse Point. Or, walk in the footsteps of Wild West outlaws in the Canyonlands Maze district. Want to ditch the crowds and find quieter Utah campgrounds? Head to Capitol Reef National Park to camp on the monocline—a rocky wrinkle in the earth’s surface. The Wasatch Mountains create a four-season paradise near Salt Lake City. Hike through the fall leaves in the autumn, go rock climbing in the summer, and hit the Park City slopes when the snow falls. Oh, and don’t forget to hit Antelope Island for some paddle-camping in the middle of the Great Salt Lake.

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy

We have a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination at Hipcamp and are committed to helping our Host and Hipcamper community be inclusive.
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Hosting Standards

All Hosts should review and adhere to these standards around providing a positive Hipcamp experience, being a thoughtful neighbor, and serving as a responsible citizen.

Hipcamper Standards

All Hipcampers should review and adhere to these standards for safety, trip preparation, and respect in order to uphold Hipcamp’s most important value: “leave it better.”

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Recreate Responsibly

Recreate Responsibly

  1. Know before you go
  2. Practice physical distancing
  3. Plan ahead
  4. Play it safe
  5. Explore locally
  6. Leave no trace
  7. Build an inclusive outdoors
Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

  1. Plan ahead and prepare
  2. Travel and camp on durable surfaces
  3. Plan ahead
  4. Dispose of waste properly
  5. Leave what you find
  6. Respect wildlife
  7. Be considerate of other visitors
National Weather Service

National Weather Service

We integrate with the National Weather Service to provide valuable fire advisories to Hosts and Hipcampers. Real-time Red Flag Warnings and Fire Weather Watch Warnings help keep our community safe.
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