The best camping near Echo Canyon State Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Echo Canyon adventure.

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This southeast Nevada park offers excellent fishing, water sports, and camping.  

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Cathedral Gorge Inn

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Panaca, NV
RV parking with full hook up amenities including Internet, water, sewer, and power. 5 state parks within 40 miles. Close proximity to nevadas best hunting units. There is a gas station close by. Easy access to highway 93. Not far from Zions, Great Basin, Valley national park. Free swimming near by in the panaca spring.
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$35
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Devil Trail Ranch

2 sites · Tents40 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
40 acres of land with direct access to the 56 Highway awaits you. The property is predominantly flat and offers convenient proximity to the nearby BLM land. While there are no current developed campground facilities, the location provides easy driveway access onto the 56 Highway. Surrounding the area are numerous state parks in Nevada, located close to the border. These include Spring Valley, Echo Canyon, Cathedral Gorge, Kershaw-Ryan, and Beaver Dam. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and explore the wonders of these remarkable state parks. The landscape features low shrubs and bushes, creating a unique and inviting environment for outdoor adventures.
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$18
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Shema's Place on Hwy 56 Beryl, UT

10 sites · RVs, TentsBeryl, UT
I acquired this property for my 10 years goal while I'm in college. The community of Beryl has one school, Escalante Valley Elementary, and it is part of the Iron County School District. Originally established as a Union Pacific Railroad siding, Beryl was named in 1901 after the semi-precious stone beryl found in the area. The 2012 Beryl (ZIP 84714), population is 944. There are 2 people per square mile (population density). The median age is 31.6. The US median is 37.3. 57.63% of people in Beryl are married. 9.86% are divorced. The average household size is 3.13 people. 40.54% of people are married, with children. 6.31% have children, but are single.Learn more about this land:An inexpensive destination to park your RV, 5th Wheel, Van or any toy or simply just camp overnight then head on to your destination the next day. Its an open land with a view of sorounding mauntain. I have no water and hook up so it's just a place to stay for the night or if you are used to dry camping this is the place for you for inexpensive night stay. Half to an hour from National, State Parks and Lake. Visit the College and Festival town of Cedar City. Hiking and ATVeing the open and beautiful dessert land of UT. Ski in the winter and mountain biking in the summer at Brian Head Ski Resort. Explore the beautiful Zion National Parks in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The possibilities are endless. Come and help me improve my place for your next visit...
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Gomez Country Land

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Beryl, UT
Very nice piece of land that I purchased and think a lot of people can enjoy it as we do. Please take care of the land and leave no garbage so we can all enjoy a very long time. 25 mins from Newcastle reservoir, 40 minutes from Cedar City. Great location for hiking, 4 wheeling, fishing, and hunting. I have a 50x50 yard section that is cleared out for drive in of vehicles and RV parking.
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Desert Ghost Gardens Camp

9 sites · RVs3 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
Right along the Utah-Nevada boarder and about 2 miles off State Road 56 on the 10400 West (Cougar Road) turnoff, just east of the Ghost Town Modena. On quiet nights you can hear the Ghost Train passing by and see an array of unexplained phenomena in the sky. Raw desert land for beautiful desert star-gazing camping. Enjoy the sand, sagebrush, and stars. Calling all Ghost Riders!
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$5
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Desert Camping

1 site · RV1 acre · Beryl, UT
Learn more about this land:Nice little desert land with views of the mountains. Lots of wildlife. Bring a tent or rv camp as long as you'd like. Just be safe of snakes please. Camp smart.
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$20
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Road Camp

1 site · RV1 acre · Beryl Junction, UT
I will fill this out later!Learn more about this land:camping and boating american dream farms and hunting if season calls for it off road. and hiking and fishing. two good towns for more excitement enjoy
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$30
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Perfect for Day tripping!

1 site · RV1 acre · Beryl Junction, UT
Learn more about this land:• About 250 feet away from power lines and train tracks. • Less than .25 miles from N End 1600 W street which is a dirt road. • 1 minute drive on terrain to reach N. Beryl HWY which is paved. • This property is only 25 miles north of the city of Enterprise, Utah, which contains schools, a post office, gas stations, restaurants, and all of the other amenities you could need. • Closest major city: St. George, Utah (63.5 miles; 1 hour, 22 minutes) or Cedar City in just under an hour. • Closest small town: Newcastle, Utah 84756 (19.3 miles; 22 minutes).
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$25
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Valhalla Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
This 5 acre ranch property is mostly untouched sage and wild flowers. It has an awesome view of every mountain surrounding Beryl. We have the most gorgeous view of the stars and Milky Way at night! There is a famous conservatory up the road. The ground is extremely soft and would be amazing for outdoor yoga, and for the kids to play in. There is power on the property in case you need to plug something in. This property is perfectly located in between Panaca, NV (where the warm spring is, and historical towns) and Cedar Mountain/Brian Head/Bryce Canyon/& Zion National Park. The closest town is just down the highway a few miles to Enterprise for grocery and small town shops. The larger city, Cedar City, is only 35min away. We love this place because of how quiet and peaceful it is and we hope you love it too!
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$55
 / night

The best camping near Echo Canyon State Park guide

Overview

About

Once used by the ancient Fremont people as a seasonal hunting and fishing grounds, and later settled by early pioneers, Echo Canyon State Park is a popular recreation destination in southeastern Nevada today. The 65-acre Echo Canyon Reservoir offers some of the best fishing in the region, and is stocked with rainbow trout, largemouth bass, crappie, and German brown. Boating, swimming, picnicking, and wildlife watching are also popular. The Ash Canyon trail lets visitors explore the park’s backcountry, while two campgrounds offer more than 50 sites for tent and RV campers with full hookups, flush toilets, drinking water, and a dump station.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for RV campers: The park’s RV campground offers 20 full hookup sites, flush toilets, and a dump station.
  • Best for tent campers: The Echo Canyon north campground offers 33 sites, flush toilets, and drinking water.
  • Best for views: Set on a hill, the RV campground offers great views overlooking Dry Valley.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Arrive earlier in the day, especially during peak periods, since all campsites are first-come, first-served. 
  2. If you are flexible with timing, try visiting during the week and during off-peak and non-holiday times.
  3. If you’re in an RV and don’t need hookups, try the larger north campground.

When to go

The park is open year-round. Summer is the most popular time to visit the park and its reservoir, and ranger talks are also available at this time. At the height of summer, reservoir levels may drop too low to use the boat ramp, though boats can still be launched from shore. Thunderstorms can be common over the summer. Winters can be cold, and snowfall is common, which can affect road and other access.

Know before you go

  • The park offers limited amenities, while gas, groceries, and fishing licenses are available at Pioche.
  • Only camp in designated areas, and light fires in provided fire rings and grills. Collecting firewood is prohibited.
  • Pets are welcome but must be kept on a six-foot leash.
  • OHV use is permitted within the park.
  • A Nevada fishing license is required.

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