The best camping near Rockport State Park

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Rancho Bueno

2 sites · RVs3 acres · Park City, UT
3 acres located in park city. We have a full hook up rv spot as well as a electric only spot. Electric only spot has EPIC park city ridge line views. Full hook up only partial view. We live onsite as well. Ski resorts all within 15 min drive. 3-5min drive to restaurants and groceries located at Kimball junction. 10-15 min drive to lively park city main st. There are a few walk to hiking and biking trails, one walk to BBQ restaurant, and one convenience store. Gated property, fully secured. No all night raves or guests alllowed, keep it simple and be courteous.
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Crooked Creek Ranch

1 site · RV17 acres · Kamas, UT
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Echo Island

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents41 acres · Coalville, UT
Echo Island features RV sites, NEW Glamping tents, and cabins. Resort amenities include WiFi hot spots, modern restrooms, swimming pools, and hot tubs. Also on site are volleyball, and basketball courts. From sunny days to snow days, every season is a stunner at Echo Island. On the banks of the Weber River and located so close to Echo and Rockport Reservoirs, within an hour of Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Provo. Want a sophisticated night or day out? Drive just 30 minutes to Park City. Bring the kids and swim, or head out for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, boating, and horseback riding in the Wasatch Back. We are a pet friendly campground.
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Dean & kristine’s.

1 site · RV2 acres · Kamas, UT
We bought this property in 1998 put a house on it and have enjoyed our backyard which is Hoyt Peak where we can four-wheel or snowmobile or mountain bike right out our driveway. The view out our front yard is deer Valley ski resort. You’re welcome to park your trailer in our driveway and enjoy our amenities.Learn more about this land:One mile up a dirt road with easy access to Wasatch National Forest directly from our driveway. Hiking, mtn biking, and ATV riding are all possible. Countless mountain lakes and streams nearby in Mirror Lake Hwy. Park City is 20 minutes away. Salt Lake City is 50 minutes away. DeJoria center is five minutes away with a nice restaurant, free concert series, and excellent recreation.
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Mountain View Tent Sites(2)

1 site · Tent1 acre · Morgan, UT
Learn more about this land: This tent site is right in a little scrub oak forest, nestled in the foothills below Snowbasin. Beautiful views of Morgan Valley, Snowbasin Ski resort, and a gateway to fun. We are semi-rural, so expect wild turkeys randomly visiting, along with our neighbor's chickens, and a rooster crowing. Maybe even a deer or moose, if lucky. A starry sky, because we don't have much light pollution. The site itself is tucked behind a hill, perfect for privacy, and is surrounded by scrub oak trees. Campers are welcome to use the fire pit area chairs and our portable propane fire place.There are some plug in bistro lights for camping ambiance and a power strip. There is drinkable water at the faucet by our front porch. Cooking with a propane camp stove is ok. There is a screened compost toilet, power strip for charging needs, and a picnic table at each site, Because of Utah's extreme drought, no smoking is permitted. Generally no dogs except service, but perhaps negotiable. The sites are a short walk down a trail, so not wheelchair accessible. The parking spot is level, & could work for a rooftop tent or camper van, but it is in partial view of my neighbor's house, which the camp sites are not. Things to do: You can hike right from the site to Strawberry Creek (about 3 mile trail) 10 minutes from Snowbasin (skiing, hiking, mountain biking) 15 minutes from Morgan ( ATV rentals, Horseback riding, burgers and bars) 15 minutes from Ogden ( you would never notice) 15 minutes from tubing the Weber river 20 minutes from Boating or swimming at Pineview in Eden, or in East Canyon
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Crazy Horse Cabin Loft

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Silver Summit, UT
Learn more about this land:Enjoy the woods at 8000’ in beautiful Tollgate Canyon in the loft of our pole barn just 10 min. from world class skiing & dining in Park City, Ut. Hike, bike, snowshoe, & ski right outside your door & view extensive wildlife! Snowcat rides avail. for a fee. Dogs are allowed. 4X4 req.
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Second Chance Ranch

1 site · Tent1 acre · Morgan, UT
My husband Shaun and I fell into rescuing horses quite by accident.  We started a non-profit to promote the Rescue, Rehab, Retrain and Rehome method to get horses out of bad situations and into good homes. We are a small rescue and hope to be much bigger one day!  Please come visit, enjoy our beautiful property and support an amazing non-profit cause while you are at it! Learn more about this land:We are a non-profit horse rescue situated on one acre. The best description I can give of our property is that it's great for a convenient and quaint "Stop and Sleep".  This is because we are located right off of the old main highway and have two neighbors within eyesight from the house. This site is very convenient for quick stays since it is so CLOSE TO THE HIGHWAY this makes it convenient but may not be appropriate for very light sleepers or for extended stays.  The camping area is simple, with wild grass and a fire pit, bordered by the river on one side and the horse pasture on the other.  You can see and hear the river easily April-July. The river is seasonal and does dry up in mid July-August. Drinkable hose water is available near the house.  If you want a ranch-style camping experience with lots of interaction with your hosts and opportunity for adventure then you have chosen the right camping location! You are welcome to join in the daily choring activities or choose to be taken on a scenic trail ride or thrilling guided gallop on beautiful and well-trained rescue horses.PLEASE NOTE: The bathroom is located in our house and has a flushable toilet and shower with hot water. Bathroom hours are 8am-9pm.  Parking is located a few hundred feet from the campsite, just off of the road.  You must walk a few hundred feet to get to the campsite and you cannot pull your vehicle right up to it. While we do welcome car campers and pop-up trailers, just know you won't be parked at the campsite if you choose to sleep this way.  We look forward to having you camp with us! 
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Rusty Ridgeline

1 site · RV1 acre · Park City, UT
Closed for the snow season! With stunning views of the Park City ridgeline, and a peaceful atmosphere, the camping area is .35 acres, comprised of a level rv parking spot that is roughly 16' by 50'. Watch the sun rise and set with one of Park City's best views, or enjoy the stars bright light. At 7100 ft you'll quickly understand why the mountains are calling, and why you chose this as your camp. Park City and neighboring areas have so much to offer: mountain biking, hikes, climbing, water sports in the reservoirs, road biking, concerts, restaurants, winter sports, and much more. Endless opportunities for adventure only 15 + minutes away. After a long day filled with adrenaline, come back to camp and enjoy the gorgeous views, relax, and get ready for the next day. This spot is perfect for a small motorhome, adventure van, sprinter, or similar. A small trailer can fit, but must have some back up experience to park here and be able to unhitch car.
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Moose Meadow

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Brighton, UT
This is a private driveway in a great location in Big Cottonwood Canyon. The driveway is long and surrounded by aspen, abutting the "old" unused house on my property, so it is private. Although near the main road, the site feels private. You are less than 1 minute walk to Big Cottonwood Creek, and there is hiking out the door in multiple directions, as well as easy biking to Solitude Resort. As a bonus, you are 1/4 mile from Silver Fork Lodge if you get a hankering for a prepared meal. Please note that there are NO DOGS allowed in Big or Little Cottonwood canyons. There is a high fine if so. So this is not an appropriate spot to bring your four-legged friends unfortunately.
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RIVER BEND CAMP GROUND

3 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Morgan, UT
We are currently in our late winter early spring mode and our property is at 4000 ft, conditions can change based on the weather. We have ten acres that our home sit on but about 9 acres and consist of dry farm grass. We use 1 acre for camping and parking. The Weber river runs across the back of our property where we have a campground with communal tables and firepit. We have added a wooden porta potty enclosed in a small tent which we service every day or as needed. We do have some firewood available occasionally but you should bring your own. We do not have potable water at our sites but we can and will provide water from our home if you provide your own container. Site selection is determined by type of sleeping accommodations. **We allow 2 adults per site and/or 2 adults and minor children per site. (Exceptions must be approved and additional fees paid) We are not a public campground and only list through Hipcamp and so our property is posted with NO TRESPASSING SIGNS. It is very important to let us know your approximate arrival time so that we can guide you down to the campgrounds and get you the best spot base on your type of camping. (Sleep in vehicle versus tent campers) One draw back to our property is that we are within 1/2 mile of a well use highway (US 84) and railroad track. We have only had one camper who was concerned about the noise. Here at the house we don't notice it and maybe we are just use to it. Limited swimming and use of paddle board base on river conditions. During the winter we occasionally get snowed in and in the spring and early summer we experience high water based on snow melt which makes use of the river extremely dangerous. Limited fishing is based on water levels with fly fishing being the best however you can use lures . We would prefer catch and release because the river is not stocked by the Utah fish and game. So, we are dependent on normal reproduction of the fish. ALL UTAH FISHING REGULATION APPLY. WE HAVE INDICATED WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE. THE WHOLE AREA IS BASICLLY LEVEL AND GRASS AND BARK COVERED.
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Glamping at The Refuge

3 sites · Lodging, RVs1 acre · Kamas, UT
At the gateway to the Uinta mountains, beautiful valley setting. New camping trailer with water, electric, A/C, furnace, 1/2 bath, full fridge, cooktop, oven and microwave. TV and WiFi. One queen bed, and table area can be made into a full size bed. Right off the Mirror Lake Hwy. Dog friendly. Enjoy the mountains and lakes during the day, with a comfy spot waiting for you to recover for your next adventure. Fantastic sky, beautiful views. Come see us!
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Park City Mountain View Spot

1 site · RV2 acres · Park City, UT
Just on the outskirts of Park City, we want to share our property with you. There is a fabulous view of the ski resorts and the Utah Olympic Park. A couple miles off the freeway, so no road noise but easy access. 5 miles to Kimball Junction and 10 miles to Main Street or Park City Mountain. This spot is behind our separate 4 car garage near our house. We sit on 2 1/2 acres in our neighborhood. This is a great place to stay if you want to explore the Park City area. Close to Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley if you want to come in for a ski weekend or an extended stay. Please inquire about available access during the winter. Great access to mountain bike trails right from the property. Glenwild Loop, Cobblestone and Flying Dog are accessible from the neighborhood. The Rail Trail is also accessible from the neighborhood and can take you to Old Town. A great eBike option. Visit mountaintrails.org for the many bike trails in the area. A great little hike up to ponds is a short distance away, also. Pet friendly but must be good around other animals. Our house is on the property and we have 2 large friendly dogs and cats. There are also deer and elk that cruise through our property and neighbors riding their horses down the street. There’s plenty of room for up to 2 30ft rigs. Water and 110v included. We do not have sewer, but have a contact for a company that will come pump if you don't want to move, or, there is an RV park about 5 miles down the road that will pump for a small fee. Need another vehicle while you're here? Rent our Ford Expedition https://turo.com/us/en/suv-rental/united-states/park-city-ut/ford/expedition/1562001 These also may be for rent: Momentum 381M fifth wheel we can park in this spot for you, Mastercraft surf boat, Ebikes, Mountain bikes, bike rack, paddleboards, coolers and more! What do you need? Inquire on prices.
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The best camping near Rockport State Park guide

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Northern Utah is a delight to explore, and that little factoid is wonderfully obvious at Rockport State Park. Grab the whole crew and come check this top-notch northern Utah park out—you’ll have something to keep you occupied throughout the entire year. Summertime is perfect for fishing, boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, and all that jazz. Wintertime at Rockport draws people in for it’s excellent ice fishing and nearby snowmobile trails. No matter when you roll up, you’ll find five great campgrounds where you can pick your passion: RV or tent camping? Developed or primitive? It’s totally your call. If you’re really lucky, you just might see an elk or a bobcat (it’s rare, but hey, maybe you’ve got that lucky wildlife touch)!

When to go

The best time to visit Rockport State Park is during the summer for water activities and picnics. Winters are equally charming, offering ice fishing and a snowy panorama. Avoid peak holiday weekends if you prefer a quieter experience, as the park becomes a hub of activity.

Know before you go

  • Check weather conditions before your visit, as they can change rapidly.
  • Ensure you have a valid fishing license if you plan to fish in the reservoir.
  • Be mindful of park rules to protect the environment and wildlife.
  • Day-use fees are required for park entry; prepare to pay upon arrival.
  • Accessibility options are available; contact the park office for specific needs.

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