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Wood Hill Campground

12 sites 路 RVs, Tents238 acres 路 Carbonville, UT
A mountain bikers dream. Over 50 miles of mountain bike trails from the property. With 238 acres, you will feel like you are the only one there. In addition, the Desert Wave Pool is at the foot of the hill which always has the same amount of water for cooling off even when the lakes are nearly empty. Learn more about this land: Wood Hill got its name because early settlers to the area used to gather wood to heat their homes on top of the plateau. It is a favorite hangout for locals who enjoy riding mountain bikes and ATVs on the property. Proceeds from the camp sites will be used to develop a climbing gym, zip line, confidence course and other fun amenities. So we hope you enjoy your stay enough to come back often.
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LZJ Ranch's Hiawatha Hideout!

12 sites 路 RVs, Tents1000 acres 路 Huntington, UT
For-the-Outlaw-in-all-of-Us... Welcome! Better than 1000 acres of Utah high desert located near Utah's spectacular San Rafael National Recreation and Wilderness Areas! The ranch was home originally for prehistoric Fremont Native Americans, Ute Indians and later homesteaded by early Europeans in the late 1880's and early 1920's. Truly fascinating historic structures, historic 1916-17 rail line, stone brothel, scattered arrow heads and rock bordered walls and farm plots remain untouched on the property. The original Italian Perucci Family homesteaded here and began ranching in the early 1900's. Learn more about this land: Camp or hunker down like Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch probably did at the Hiawatha Hideout! We are a cattle ranch and so much more that is strategically located for easy accessibility. Check out our new and expanded campsites, road improvements, signage and rock solid CURTEOUSY GUEST WIFI INTERNET! You asked for it and now we've got it! The Ranch is a picturesque, convenient and very well-hidden secret in Utah's east central high desert and that's how we intend to keep it! Please remember we are not a developed "commercial campground" and we don't ever intend to be... (there are no hot showers, no potable drinking water, no fixed toilet facilities and no sewer hookup -- but we do have a well maintained port-a-potty and non-potable water for washing, cleaning and showering-- located at the main wagon wheel camp area). We are an historic, goat, sheep and cattle ranch exploring the concept of agri-tourism and are sharing our private property with you as guests. If you are into off-grid peace, quiet and solitude we are your deal! We cater to the independent "do-it-yourselfer-get-away-from-the-crowd" self contained primitive dry camp type of guest and explorer! Please, please be aware that our main priority is managing the ranch, our offsite farms and our animals scattered in between so we might not always be available every minute to show you in person or answer every call every minute about where to park or where to find the port-a-potty etc.. IF YOU PACK IT IN PLEASE PACK IT OUT! WE DO NOT PROVIDE TRASH PICKUP OR RECEPTICALS! The only rule here? Do at least the first ~250 yards of the 2.5 mile loop trail hike to the sheep camp, pond and stream and historic stone buildings (the trail head is located on the north side of the main wagon wheel camping area right next to the port-a-potty). The trail immediately descends down a rocky steep and scenic dug-way and follows the course of a small stream, gorgeous cottonwood, pinion pines and juniper trees! Don't forget your camera and be sure to keep an eye on your kids and pets. Watch your step and be on the lookout for steep ledges, drop offs, tree branches, sharp rocks, barbwire, a twisting trail and variety of native animals and birds. Take the full loop and find the hidden and historic stone brothel/dance hall (yup, an honest to goodness house of ill repute... ) located right next to an historic rail line that connected the towns of Price and Hiawatha back in ~1916 & 17! We are family, individual and large group-friendly self container camping area that provides easy local access to virtually unlimited camping, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding (subject availability of our Wranglers and riding stock), photography, wildlife viewing and exploring in and around Utah's (less well-known, yet truly spectacular) northern San Rafael Swell Wilderness and Recreation Areas! CHECK OUT OUR NEW LOCAL AND EXTENDED SAN RAFAEL SWELL RECREATIONAL AREA WIDE TOURS! You'll be riding in an epic Land Rover Defender 110 (seats 8 with integral factory seat belts; see our "experiences" below to check availability!). Butch and Sundance knew where the off grid good spots were and undoubtedly spent time here... and that's why you should too! Concerned about video teleconferencing or missing your favorite episode of Yellowstone or Longmire? We've got you covered! Our open WIFI guest network provides stable up and download speeds that are unbelievable! The main camp site has excellent strong (3-4+ bars) cell service with all major carriers too! Check out our visitor "EXPERIENCES" on the main website for a grand ole' time! Park your large RV with towed vehicle, trailer or small SUV and tent at one of multiple camp sites from near commercial camping grade (Site 1 with 120 v ac, 60 amp service) to Site 10 in your own tent bushwhacking at a remote stream bank isolated hideaway requiring all wheel drive short, narrow wheel base and high clearance vehicles only that may include a difficult stream crossing or just hike in ~1 mile (contact us for the current trail/road conditions). With over 1000 acres to roam, we can provide almost unlimited over flow camping that is of variable distance from the main wagon wheel camp area. If we are booked send us a message/email and depending on your group size, number and size(s) of vehicle(s) we'll see if we can work out an alternative over flow camp site just for you! Explore the tranquil seclusion along picturesque Miller Creek as it courses for a mile bisecting the center of the ranch. Cool your feet in the crystal clear water at noon or take a nap in the shade of magnificent riparian cottonwoods. Check out the 1/2 acre hidden pond and spring! Avoid worrying about full campsites (particularly on weekends and holidays) as you'll find the privacy, safety, and solitude you're seeking among pinion pines, hundreds of years old twisted cedar (juniper) trees and crystal blue clear skies! Close your eyes, feel the cool breeze and take in the scent of a burning cedar campfire. Bask in splendor while camping on the east slope of the spectacular Manti La Sal National Forest, Star Point and Gentry Mountain! Relax, avoid the traffic, headache, congestion, and noise of better known and more heavily visited recreational sites before you head back to civilization! Isn't that what you really intended to do? Prep the mountain/electric bikes and lace up your favorite hiking boots or jogging shoes. Maybe kick back and enjoy a quiet evening around the large group camp bonfire! Later, take one of the unimproved trails for an off-the-grid reclusive expedition or look for that perfect remote camp site. Colloquial western folk tales, ghost stories and some incredible western music can be had here as well as horse trail rides and even a motorized tour are available (seasonally dependent, please contact us before booking regarding availability). Just one more thing... Since the ranch is bordered by public federal BLM and state SITLA lands there are literally thousands of additional acres to explore but only accessible through the ranch main gate. And for Pete's sake don't forget extra fuel, food, clothing and your camera! Discover the historic stone brothel (that's right including a bar and dance hall built in ~1916). Try to decipher a late 1880's inscription on the back wall!. Hike, bike, or ride along the bed of the historic Utah Railway line that connected the towns of Price and Hiawatha via a rare early gasoline propelled locomotive back in 1912 (lasted only a few years before an historic flood destroyed its trestles). Check out the remains of a 100+ year old relic pump house, spring, and pond that settlers relied on to irrigate cultivated farm plots on the historic homestead. Keep an eye out for deer, moose, coyotes, rabbits, golden eagles or a lonesome cowboy moving cattle along your path. Wake early and stay up late for a spectacular summer sunrise and sunset at the main group campsite. Corral and rest your horses in one of three enclosures outfitted with automatic waters, feed tubs, and onsite alfalfa/grass 2 string bales (available on request). And don't forget to take a dip in one of the two solar-powered cattle watering troughs if it gets too hot! Check out an absolutely gorgeous vintage restored 1920's sheep camp (our favorite) or simply throw out your bed roll under the stars about anywhere! The Hideout is located ~20 miles as the crow flies south of the infamous "Castle Gate hold up" that was staged on April 21, 1897, at the mouth of Price Canyon in east-central Utah. Located 15 miles (as the crow flies) from the San Rafael Swell's "Wedge Overlook" (aka Little Grand Canyon) and within easy striking distance of the Buckhorn Wash, Cedar Mountain, Tavaputs Plateau, Huntington Reservoir, Electric Lake, Scofield Reservoir, Joe's Valley Reservoir as well as countless other recreational sites in Carbon and Emery County! In need of a place for this summer's family reunion? This is it! Have a grand ole' shootin' time in an authentically recreated western town with saloon, bank and out buildings at the neighboring world class "North Springs Shooting range" (Single Action Shooter Society--SASS approved) or practice at the modern pistol, rifle, long distance and/or archery range (located just a couple miles north and east of the ranch). ATVs? there are hundreds of miles of public trails/2-tracks on state and federal lands just outside the ranch's boundary to explore in almost any direction surrounding the ranch. Got a hunter in the family? Because the ranch borders the majestic central Utah Manti La Sal mountain range it is key winter range for a very large number of mule deer, elk and other wildlife. Take your favorite hunter on a mid-winter photography extravaganza and enjoy once in a lifetime monster trophy rutting mule deer bucks that will leave even the most proud hunter in awe! Check out the petroglyphs and pictographs of nearby Nine Mile Canyon (largest collection on earth) or stay put and visit what's left of the ranch's original homestead, early European settlers' stone buildings, prehistoric Fremont Indian pit houses, pioneer dugouts or simply enjoy the spectacular topography, wildlife and scenery. Located just 20 miles away from The northern San Rafael Swell of Utah, you're away from the crowds and perfectly situated for exploring! You'll also be just off the well-beaten path to Moab and Hanksville, and a plethora of national parks, monuments, and state parks (including Canyonlands, Capital Reef, Goblin Valley, Horseshoe Canyon, Glen Canyon National Recreational Area and Lake Powell to name just a few). Gratuities are welcome from our visitors and campers. We appreciate your patronage! We grew up on the 鈥淣o Trespassing鈥 side of a lot of fences and know what a privilege it can be to visit and be welcome to explore historically off-limits 鈥減rivate property鈥... Recognizing just how fortunate we are to own the Ranch makes sharing it with others easy. All we ask is that you admire it, protect it and respect it as much as we do. We have undertaken a variety of ongoing environmental conservation and agricultural stewardship improvement projects collaborating with state and federal conservation agencies as well as multiple not-for-profit wildlife and habitat organizations who have helped improve the aesthetics, historical recognition/preservation, natural beauty, range carrying capacity and rehabilitation after years of unregulated grazing of riparian zones to help maximize the wilderness health, diversity, beauty and agricultural sustainability of the ranch. We feel it is a privilege to share it with others of like mindedness. Gratuities are used for further wildlife/conservation improvements, cleanup, toilet facilities and a variety of range land and watershed improvements. Once at the ranch you鈥檒l belong to a select guild of visitors and campers who return year after year who we call "friends" and to whom we will be indebted forever. We strongly advise all visitors and campers to comply with all local state and federal COVID health recommendations/guidelines. Please message us for more information. Thanks in advance! NOTICE: We are not responsible for or liable for any and all accidents, injuries, falls, animal encounters, drownings, deep mud, slippery conditions, fire, lost or stolen items, damages, loose barb wire, fences, broken glass or vehicles left over 7 days or any other physical, emotional or monetary loss and/or injury that may occur traveling to, during or after your visit. Our ranch and camp areas can and do experience severe weather, including, but not limited to, heavy rain, flash flooding, strong winds, impassable roads, dislodged rocks, deep snow and freezing temperatures. We do not condone or permit the use of any illegal and/or all hazardous devices, materials or activities on the ranch. Ranch guests are not allowed to use motorized off road vehicles (i.e. motorcycles, ATV or UTVs) within the ranch boundary. The ranch does have a variety of resident and transient farm/ranch animals as well as wild animals that can and frequently do gain access to the campsites, hiking/biking trails and recreational areas, including, but not limited to, cattle, horses, mules, donkeys, coyotes, bears, raccoons, bats, rodents, badgers, eagles/hawks, venomous snakes/reptiles/spiders/scorpions and even mountain lions. Wild and domestic animals may harbor dangerous pathogens, diseases and parasites, including but not limited to ticks, tick borne diseases, rabies, brucellosis, giardiasis and a variety of other infectious and parasitic diseases (i.e. Lyme disease, ring worm, tapeworms, prion disease and infectious diarrhea). There are physically dangerous cliff ledges, drop offs, erosive stream banks, construction/landscaping/agricultural heavy equipment, trenches, holes and other potentially hazardous places and things on the ranch. Plan accordingly, watch your children and pets carefully and continuously and always be attentive to your surroundings and circumstance as your life and/or the lives of your loved ones may depend on it. All guest camping, visiting, activities, expeditions and "experiences" provided by "The LZJ Ranch" or "The Hiawatha Hideout!" are operated under the management of Hiawatha Hideout, LLC and/or San Rafael Tours, LLC.
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The Store

2 sites 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Kenilworth, UT
Located exactly halfway between Salt Lake and Moab, The Store is a historic 113 year-old general store building that originally served the coal miners who lived and worked in the small former mining town of Kenilworth. We purchased the building four years ago and have been bootstrapping our way slowly through its renovation. Our vision is to reinvent the Store as a creative retreat, arts space and desert permaculture site. We have ample indoor co-working, art studio and workshop space should you like to be productive during your stay. Or simply relax and enjoy the peace, quiet and serenity that this mountain sanctuary provides. We are also surrounded by wilderness and outdoor recreation opportunities, including endless hiking, mountain biking and ATV trails. The nearby artists colony of Helper has lots of amenities and offerings including a floatable river with beaches and swimming holes. Within 30 minutes鈥 drive are several major tourist attractions such as Nine Mile Canyon, a large waterfall, and the San Rafael Swell.
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Swell Retreat in San Rafael Swell

13 sites 路 RVs, Tents208 acres 路 Castle Dale, UT
A 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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Cleveland private camping

1 site 路 RV, Tent18 acres 路 Cleveland, UT
Get away with your RV, tent, or over-landing rig. This camp site comes with amazing views and wildlife in the heart of the San Rafael Swell. 18 private acres to explore behind a locked gate. Minutes away from The Jurassic National Monument, The Wedge Overlook, Rochester Panel, and Buckhorn Wash Art Panel. Explore the Desert Lake Wildlife Refuge, fish at one of the many nearby reservoirs, or take a scenic mountain drive. Dry camp only for your personal RV.
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Wind Walker Homestead

9 sites 路 RVs, Tents170 acres 路 Spring City, UT
Wind 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. 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 2022 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. Pickleball going in summer 2023. 8 new full hookup RV pads also going in summer 2023 and are now available with 30/50 amp service. 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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Soldier summit camp

1 site 路 RV1 acre 路 Scofield, UT
Learn more about this land:Beautiful property right next to the tree line lots of wildlife, amazing views, only about 30 mins away from diamond fork hot springs. Some two wheel drive cars can get to it or you can park on the road and walk to it. Ride motorcycles and four wheelers, hunting, hiking. Gas station right down the road.
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Desert Souls

1 site 路 RV, Tent3 acres 路 East Carbon Sunnyside, UT
Please follow the link to discover adventures that await.Learn more about this land:OHV TRAILS GALORE!聽 2 BLOCKS AWAY FROM CAMPSITE!!聽聽You will find adventure at every turn. From mountain peaks to sun-swept deserts, Nestled in the Carbon Corridor located in Southeastern Utah and includes activities and sites extending from Carbon and Emery Counties.聽Close vicinity to the Rails to Trails access (1.4 miles), Coke Ovens (2.6 miles), Bruin Point (12.2 miles), San Rafael Swell (83.6 miles), Nine Mile Canyon (45.1), Goblin Valley State Park and Temple MNT (96.3 miles), Moab/Arches National Park (115 miles), Grand Junction CO. (157.4 miles), Lake Powell (170.4 miles) You can hike, bike, ATV, 4-wheel, fish, hunt and explore in the mountains and deserts. You'll also find dinosaur sites, museums, ancient Native American rock art, railroad and mining history, ghost towns, winter activities and year round events. Convenience is just around the corner where you will find locally owned and family operated grocery store Miners and the best shakes burgers and fries open 7 days a week. There is also a gas station and RV dump with water.
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Cormi Creek

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Mount Pleasant, UT
One of a kind camping experience in the heart of Sanpete! Our 40 ft RV overlooks your private bbq, and firepit area! Add to that a seasonal creek and optimal stargazing on over an acre of land, you'll be ready for fun and relaxation. Plenty of room for your offroading toys. Plenty of riding from the base of the la-sal national forest. just a short ride or drive to the arapeen trail system and skyline. Just 5 minutes to fishing ponds in the area! Come explore all that Sanpete has to offer while staying on your own private acre!
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Hope Acres

3 sites 路 Lodging5 acres 路 Tabiona, UT
Looking for a Glamping experience? Hope Acres is in the tall Pinion Pines at 7800 feet atop of a Mesa in Northern Utah. Just minutes from 2 large Reservoirs, Strawberry and Starvation to include mountain lakes, rivers for fishing, boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming and other water activities. While the property lies in the middle of mountainous country there are many hiking trails as well as off road UTV and ATV trails for riding the back country. If your into sightseeing then this is the place, with many different species of wildlife that roam this beautiful landscape as well as a Birds Eye view of the high terrain that awaits you. Hope Acres has beautiful Bell Tents that are placed on elevated decks with comfortable queen beds and some twins. Each tent boasts air conditioning that provides the comforts of home while enjoying the outdoors. Each camp site offers a personal bathroom as well as a shower, picnic table, high speed internet, hammock, BBQ and outdoor sink, amenities for an enjoyable experience. If you are looking for a hideaway then come experience the beauty while relaxing and making memories at Hope Acres, we look forward to seeing you.
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Off Grid Glamping (Guestroom #3)

2 sites 路 Lodging5 acres 路 Fairview, UT
Located just outside Indianola on 5 acres of shady trees and beautiful views lies our little slice of heaven where we live full time. Up the hill from our home is our cozy guest room. The 12x16 room can easily sleep 4 people with a queen bed and a set of bunk beds. The room has electricity and running water with a half bath. Just outside the bedroom you will find a picnic area with a picnic table and grill. Outside garden hose on side of the building and trash can. ABSOLUTELY NO FIRES. Located two miles off Highway 89 in Black Hawk Mountain Estates is our 5 acres off grid home with multiple guestrooms & spaces for tents, trailers, and 5th wheel hook ups. All spots/rooms are reserved separately. Fun for all ages and for small and large group gatherings. Contact us for special pricing for larger groups and extra amenities. All guests will have access to the playground with swings, in ground trampoline, slide, tetherball, cornhole, little tykes playhouse, & mechanical 鈥渜uarter鈥 rides that turn on with a switch of a button.
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Duchesne County Lookout Earth Camp

10 sites 路 Tents20 acres 路 Duchesne, UT
This is a beautiful mountain top property that overlooks Duchesne County. With a truck road that comes within 1,000 feet of the property, it is a perfect camp site for the hike-in/hike-out camper that want to enjoy a swift hike to the site. You can camp anywhere on the 20 acres but for absolutely breathtaking views, camp along the mountain ridge.
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The Price Bureau of Land Management Field Office is perfect for any number of outdoor activities, but we鈥檝e gotta give a major hat tip to the phenomenal river-based recreation that鈥檚 going on out here. Evidence of water鈥檚 work on the landscape is obvious everywhere you go, whether you鈥檙e on the water itself or simply exploring a deep canyon. The scenery is openly amazeballs, but these canyons also let you catch a glimpse of what life would have been like for explorers of the past, and it鈥檚 a downright fascinating experience. For water lovers, what to do is a no-brainer鈥et out on a rafting and camping trip! Beginners should always go with a trip outfitter or with experienced friends. Conditions can change quickly in this part of the country, and as you鈥檒l be able to see from the landscapes, this is definitely a place of extremes. Mostly, it鈥檚 just extremely awesome.

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