Description

Are you looking for a solid base camp for exploring the area in and around Bryce Canyon National Park? King Creek is the spot for you, then! It’s an easy nine miles west of the park, so you and your crew can adventure close to “home" or set out further afield for the day. To get a taste of the gorgeous hoodoo rock formations this area is so well known for, check out King Creek Continue reading...
Are you looking for a solid base camp for exploring the area in and around Bryce Canyon National Park? King Creek is the spot for you, then! It’s an easy nine miles west of the park, so you and your crew can adventure close to “home" or set out further afield for the day. To get a taste of the gorgeous hoodoo rock formations this area is so well known for, check out King Creek Trail and Chimney Rock Trail. Hop on the trails from inside the campground and take in the awesome landscape, which includes those hoodoos we keep mentioning as well as the lovely Tropic Reservoir. Speaking of the reservoir, the campground is right next to the water, and it’s also adjacent to the East Fork of the Sevier River. Don't forget your swimsuit!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
37
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
RV sanitation available
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Wildlife watching
Paddling
Wind sports
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling

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We loved our time at King Creek Campground in Dixie National Forest! The campground is a short drive from Bryce Canyon National Park without any of the crowds. It was the perfect base camp for all of our adventures.

We stayed at King Creek for 3 days (Tuesday - Thursday) in early June. The campground is first come, first serve and we had plenty of campsites to choose from. Our campsite was spacious and included a water spigot, picnic table, and fire ring. There are communal bathrooms that are minimal, but clean.

The campground has easy access to trails and dirt roads within Dixie National Forest. There's also access to Tropic Reservoir, which is a small lake. You can go hiking, mountain biking, ATV riding, fishing, swimming and boating.

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Park
Dixie National Forest
State
Utah
Phone Number
435-865-3700
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
37.611° N, 112.264° W
$12/night
Tent / RV / Trailer: 37 Sites
(Up to people per site)