The best camping near Spring Valley State Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Spring Valley State Park adventure.

This ancient hunting ground and early pioneer settlement offers water recreation.  

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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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Sea of Sagebrush and Dirt

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
Primitive camping. There is no paved parking and no specific spot for your RV or tent. There is no RV pad and no RV hookups. Just dirt and sage brush. Do not expect paved parking. You will need a shovel to clear your own spot to park your RV or put your tent. This is very rustic. Here is a great opportunity for people who love camping! This land is located in Beryl Junction, Utah. It is a flat sage desert, which is perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of nature. The vast expanse of the desert provides ample space for both tent and RV camping. The clear skies and the serene environment make it an ideal location for stargazing and enjoying the tranquility of the outdoors. You can expect to wake up to the sound of birds chirping and the warm sun shining on your face. The desert is home to a variety of flora and fauna, so you might even spot some wildlife during your stay. The flat terrain makes it easy to set up camp and explore the area. You can take a leisurely hike or bike ride, or simply relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. This property is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in nature.
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Briggs' Beryl Desert Retreat

5 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
I am a beekeeper and a bit of a wild person. One day, I hope to develop this place into a beautiful self sustaining farm and home for all my bees and outdoor retreat for the peoples. Learn more about this land: Welcome to a great wide open desert retreat. Do as you please! No one is going to bother you. Let the animals loose, roll out the off road vehicles, ride bikes, and build a fire and enjoy that peaceful good outdoor life.  The old Spanish trail can be found nearby for hiking and/or biking and there are mountains and cool wildlife all around in the valley. The stars all pop completely present with no light pollution to spoil them.  Additionally, Southern Utah has so many other trails and beautiful places all over in almost any direction. Zion National Park is only a little over an hour drive away down I-15. I highly recommend Kanarraville Falls as well, as it's at most only 30 minutes away. *** Getting to the property: It is directly off of the "main" road which consists of a well kept wide dirt road. The GPS location will guide you straight there to an intersecting road with a stop sign called 1200 E which runs south the "main" road/4800 N/AKA Antelope Springs Rd. At this intersection, there is a trail running north marked with an orange post for fiber cable. That trail and road marks the bottom left corner of the property if you're facing north. Follow the trail and find your way anywhere on the right side, there are already some campsites made up, but you are also welcome to make your own to your hearts desire. Be mindful of your vehicle, cars can drive the trail but there is always a risk of getting stuck. You can also park on the main road as you are already at the property anyway and can just walk in a little ways to set up your camp. **It's important to be aware of any fire warnings for Iron County, Utah. Do a Google search for fire threats and it should be the first thing you see. Most of the time, large bonfires will be highly discouraged. Use good judgment when building a fire of any size.  *Cedar City is a straight shot East if you need any medical attention.
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Desert get away

1 site · RV2 acres · Beryl, UT
Learn more about this land:Ideal for campers that want peace and quiet, relatively flat terrain, are fine with sagebrush, and no neighbors for about a mile radius. You can expect peace and quiet as you experience the plains first hand.
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Iron County RV Park

3 sites · RVs, Tents16 acres · Cedar City, UT
Nestled in the heart of nature, this 0.16 Acre RV Park offers the perfect retreat for outdoor enthusiasts seeking tranquility and adventure. Situated at Latitude 37.886347 and Longitude -113.672912, its prime location immerses you in breathtaking landscapes and boundless opportunities for exploration. As you arrive, you're greeted by spacious, well-maintained grounds inviting you to park and set up camp. Whether you're a solo traveler seeking solitude or a family looking for a memorable vacation, this park caters to all, offering modern amenities alongside the serenity of the great outdoors. Awake to the sound of birdsong and the gentle rustle of leaves, as each day promises new adventures. Hike through rugged trails, fish in nearby streams, or simply relax by the campfire under a star-studded sky. With its convenient location and natural beauty, this RV park is your gateway to unforgettable experiences amidst nature's embrace.
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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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Your Wonderful Retreat

4 sites · RVs10 acres · Beryl Junction, UT
This was a private property lot that we purchased from a fifth generation family member.Learn more about this land:Beautiful panoramic Views of sunrise and sunsets in a very secluded open range environment of sagebrush under the stars. Nearby closest neighbor is over a mile away and out of sight.
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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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The planetarium

50 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Enoch, UT
Learn more about this land:A beautiful, peaceful, 360 degree panoramic Mountain View’s. A planetarium view of the stars at 5000 feet of elevation. With an average of 280 days of sun per year. Abundant wildlife. Come earth and get in tune with nature’s best.
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High Desert Camping, with sand dune

4 sites · RVs20 acres · Cedar City, UT
Learn more about this land:Sage brush, high desert old west atmosphere, with a sand dune near by and dirt roads to wild horse viewing areas, old mines and rock hounding. New Castle Reservoir, Minersville Reservoir, and Enterprise Reservoir in the area.
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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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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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The best camping near Spring Valley State Park guide

Overview

About

Located in eastern Nevada, the site of Spring Valley State Park is believed to have been a seasonal hunting and gathering spot dating back to 5,500 BC. Mormon pioneers also settled in the region in the 1800s, and left behind several structures. Today, the park is home to the 65-acre Eagle Valley Reservoir, which offers swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing, and attracts a variety of waterfowl and other birds. Hiking is also available, and offers scenic views of the volcanic tuff landscape. Picnic areas and two campgrounds are available near the reservoir, and offer campsites for tent and RV campers.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for RV campers: The Horsethief Gulch Campground offers 36 campsites, including 24 sites with electric hookups, along with tables, shade ramadas, grills, water, three restrooms, and showers.
  • Best for tent campers: The Ranch Campground seven campsites, with tables, grills, water, and primitive toilets.
  • Best for groups: One group area offers space for groups to overnight, and can be reserved in advance.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. All campsites are first-come first-served, so it’s best to arrive earlier in the day.
  2. Try visiting during the week and during off-peak and non-holiday times if your plans are flexible
  3. If you’re traveling with a group, you can make reservations for the group camping area.

When to go

The park can be visited year-round. Summer temperatures can soar, which makes the reservoir and water activities especially refreshing and a popular time for visits. Winters are cold. The reservoir usually freezes over between December and February, and offers fantastic ice fishing . Winter snow conditions can affect road and other access.

Know before you go

  • Bring everything you need with you, as there are limited amenities available in the park. Supplies are available at the town of Pioche.
  • The reservoir offers a boat launch, ramp, dock, and temporary docking slips.
  • Only camp in designated areas and light fires in the provided fire rings and grills.
  • Pets are welcome but must be kept on a six feet leash.
  • Only OHV vehicles that are insured and registered with a state DMV are allowed to operate within the campgrounds. 
  • A Nevada fishing license is required.

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