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The best camping near Wasatch Mountain State Park

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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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$79
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Booked 2 times

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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$50
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Sandy Utah RV Port

1 site · RV1 acre · Sandy, UT
Property has large RV Port on site with very close access to the Cottonwood Canyons. RV Port is 45ft long, 15ft wide and 12 ft wide with access to power. Location is perfect for summer and winter activities including skiing, biking and climbing. RV will also be held in secure location behind gate
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$55
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Booked 1 time

Midway "Treehouse" Cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Midway, UT
Learn more about this land:Quaint, cozy cabin located up Lime Canyon and just minutes away from downtown Midway. Great for feeling like you're off the grid, but also within close proximity to all the amenities Midway has to offer (and within ~15 minutes of Park City). Other destinations close by include golf courses, fishing, hiking, and resorts like Zermatt and Homestead. The bottom floor is great for hosting with plenty of room for guests between the large deck(beautiful views), living room, and kitchen space.
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$179
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Jeffrey S.’s Land

1 site · RV17 acres · Kamas, UT
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$35
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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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$40
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The Hundred Acre Wood

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents103 acres · UT
Originally homesteaded by Edwin Whiting in the 1870s, the upper reaches of Hobble Creek Canyon have been ranched by our family since 1901.  Edwin was a fruit farmer and I suspect that the lone pear tree still growing (and bearing fruit) on the ranch, may have been planted by him nearly 150 years ago.  Today we raise horses, but mostly we raise kids and spirits.  Come up, set a spell, and renew your soul.
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Gypsy Glamps at Jordanelle Park

1 site · Lodging4000 acres · Hideout, UT
We are a rustic glamping accommodation located inside of Jordanelle State Park that has a beautiful lake. Swim, boat or ski off of the back of your boat or jet ski. You can even rent these in the park. We are a short 15 minute drive to Park City. We offer an immersive outdoors experience while including a few more amenities than traditional camping while still operating off-grid. If you're looking for a place to stay that provides the sights and sounds of nature, with a few comforts from home, book now! We offer different arrangements to fit your personal needs in our large bell tents. Choose from 1 queen sized bed, a queen and a single or queen with 2 single beds. All of Park City's Gypsy Glampsites offer beds that come with memory foam mattresses. The floors are covered with Moroccan style rugs and lit with soothing Edison light bulbs. There is a fire pit in each camp site as well as drinkable water spigots nearby. There are also two hammocks set up for you at the campsite :) All the sites we work with are a short walk to showers and bathrooms. Each site also has a fire pit, picnic table and dogs are welcome. OUR TENTS Each of our large, waterproof canvas bell tents - 256 sq. feet, 16 feet in diameter and height - include low profile windows that can be opened and are netted and also a large netted door with double zippers for privacy. Inside you'll see they come furnished with not only the necessary camping furniture, but luxury beds with high thread count sheets, plush down comforters, pillows and blankets. Soft rugs, side tables and leather wingback chairs give it that touch of home. We do operate completely off-grid which means no electricity is provided at camp. We provide solar string lights in each tent for lighting, as well as solar lighted area by the tent. OUR BATHROOMS Our camp has COMMUNAL bathroom facilities which are shared with all guests across camp. The bathrooms and are within walking proximity of your camp site. Bathrooms include flush toilets, running sink, and warm shower. Only toilet paper, hand soap and paper towels are provided in the bathrooms. Guest access Parking is available onsite in a designated area. ARE ADDITIONAL ITEMS AVAILABLE TO MAKE MY STAY MORE COMFORTABLE OR MORE ADVENTUROUS? The following items are available at an additional cost for all confirmed guests PLEASE NOTE: all add-ons must be purchased at least 48-hours prior to your arrival date and are by request only with the potential to sell out, if you're interested, we highly recommend booking these NOW. - Propane Generated Heater - $40 for each 20lb. propane tank. Lasts approximately 48 hours continuous use on medium setting. Let us know how many tanks you'd like. - Wood bundles for fire pit - $8 each
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Little Cottonwood driveway camp

1 site · RV1 acre · Sandy, UT
Learn more about this land:We are 2 minutes from the base of Little Cottonwood canyon. World famous climbing, skiing hiking and biking. RV clean out is 2 miles away. Grocery and restaurants and 1 mile away. We are tucked off Little Cottonwood Rd
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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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$40
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1959 Airstream Tiny Home- Hot Tub!

1 site · Lodging1 acre · South Salt Lake, UT
Hot Tub, Hot Tub, Hot Tub This 1959 Airstream is sure to provide a romantic & uniquely unforgettable experience. See what tiny-home living is all about! Private Deck Hot Tub Hot Water Ac/Heat year round comfort -Nostalgic mostly original/updates where it matters. -Propane fire-pit off-street gated, driveway parking -Two single beds -Fast WiFi -Streaming TV with Netflix Fully fenced yard with driveway gate. Chad, the owner lives on-site, yet provides privacy. This is located in a urban/suburban area, and Chad owns the little oasis and lives in the front home. You will likely see him and he will say hello but allows you privacy and to enjoy your alone time. If you are the kind of person who would like to connect, Chad loves meeting guests, sharing a meal or a drink, and get to know his guests. You get to the set the tone on that! With 6000+ reviews on another major platform, Chad is a professional host and has made Real Estate, STR's, experiences and hospitality his profession. As a Top 500 RE agent in Utah, out of nearly 20,000 agents, Chad is knowledgable in the Real Estate space and can talk your ear off on that, but also enjoys YOGA, Breathwork, plant medicines, and exercise.
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$89
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Provo River Property

4 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Provo, UT
This is a beautiful area! We plan to build our dream home on this lot but in the meantime, we want to share the amazingness with campers! Learn more about this land: ***Please read this entire listing!  We want you to have a great time and for this to be a great fit for you!*** DO NOT BOOK UNTIL YOU'VE READ EVERYTHING!  It serves no one if you don't have a great stay.  
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$25
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The best camping near Wasatch Mountain State Park guide

Overview

About

Wintertime? Ski down the mountain that hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics—or enjoy snowmobiling through the Alpine meadows, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, plus tubing and a biathlon course.

Summertime? Reserve a tee time at one of the four Soldier Hollow golf courses at Wasatch Mountain (fans prefer the Mountain Course). Or opt for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, or visiting historical sites. Try Little Deer Creek if you're lookin' to blaze your ATV down the trail.

Campsites are closed during the winter (hint: there's lots of snow). During the summer, you've got 122 tent and RV sites to choose from. Amenities include hot showers, hookups, and picnic areas.

Four group sites (+ 1 primitive group site) let you hang with all your friends, or check out The Chalet (a lodge with a real kitchen!) for your group as well.

Notable campgrounds

  • Pine Creek Campground: A tranquil retreat surrounded by lush forestry, ideal for reconnecting with nature.
  • Chalet Campground: Near the park's Chalet, this site offers convenience and stunning greenery.
  • New Campground: Currently under construction, this campground promises modern facilities amid the park's beauty.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your spot, as campgrounds fill up quickly during peak seasons.
  • Consider visiting during the weekdays for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Keep an eye on the park's website for updates on the new campground's opening and reservation details.
  • Explore nearby camping options if your preferred site is booked, ensuring you don't miss out on the Wasatch experience.

When to go

The best time to visit Wasatch Mountain State Park is during the summer and fall when the weather is warm and the landscape is vibrant. Winter offers a snowy wonderland for cold-weather activities, though some facilities may be limited. Spring can be unpredictable with rain and snowmelt.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast and prepare for changing conditions, especially if you're venturing into higher elevations.
  • Some areas may be subject to closures for maintenance or wildlife protection; always respect signage and barriers.
  • Accessibility varies across the park; inquire ahead for specific needs or accommodations.
  • Remember to pack out all trash and leave no trace to preserve the park's natural beauty.
  • For any concerns or questions during your visit, reach out to a park ranger or staff member for assistance.

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