Hipcamp host Sally K.
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Walk in and pitch your tent among our pinon pines and cedar trees next to Dixie National Forest, BLM and Forest Service, in the Southern Utah area, for great sunrise and sunset views near several National and State Parks.  There is much to do in the area so come prepared to do it all and stay a day or two.  The sites are private and most are raw at this time.  Please arrive


Walk in and pitch your tent among our pinon pines and cedar trees next to Dixie National Forest, BLM and Forest Service, in the Southern Utah area, for great sunrise and sunset views near several National and State Parks.  There is much to do in the area so come prepared to do it all and stay a day or two.  The sites are private and most are raw at this time.  Please arrive before dark, as we do a Meet and Great, and have no lighting.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
5 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Short walk
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
No potable water
No kitchen
No showers
No picnic table
No wifi
Pack it out
Have a question? Send Sally a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.


If you bring your bike, there are many trails to ride, some are rocky.


Panguitch lake has boat rentals there and fishing.


There is fishing at Panguitch Lake.


There are many hiking trails around Ravens Nest.


At Panguitch Lake

Off-roading (OHV)

If you have an OTV you can use it there or there are many trails to ride. There are rentals in town 10 miles away.


There are places to climb onsite or in the National parks also.

Snow sports

There is skiing just west of Panguitch at Brian Head Ski Resort, in winter.

Wildlife watching

We have Elk, White Tail deer, Antelope, Jack Rabbits, Cotton Tail, Chipmunks, Squirrels, Many birds are in the area, Golden or ...Read more


Natural features you'll find at Ravens Nest Utah in Utah.


Lots of Sage Brush and Pine and Pinon Trees


We have 93 Acres with BLM on 2 sides N. and W. private on S. side and to the East Forest Service.


Panguitch Lake used for boating and fishing.

River, stream, or creek

Yes some good for fishing, need to obtain a license.


The vibe at Ravens Nest Utah

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Hipcamper Dan

Expensive land, great for solitude.

Dan F.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
April 16th, 2019

When we arrived at Raven's Nest the first thing we noticed was how expensive it is! As a field scout, I've seen a few sites - this may be the biggest I've ever seen. They have a large amount of land, but it's also surrounded by undeveloped land for many miles!
The provided firewood was a great bonus, privacy was exceptional. We arrived in a blizzard, but despite that you could tell that the valley and surrounding mountains were very scenic.
All around, if you're looking to be alone and a fan of mostly primitive camping, I highly recommend!

Several fire pits available, to keep things safe.Front entrance to the nest.Picnic tables! Very useful for making dinner/sitting.If you see this sign, you're on the right path.
Hipcamper Cyrus

Great private camp

Cyrus T.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 25th, 2020

We totally enjoyed this campground. There was a storm last week that knocked the bathroom and water out of use but Sally was a great host! She went out of here way to accommodate us with fresh water jugs and a makeshift bathroom. There was plenty of firewood and some more for later. The campground was clean and we felt so welcome. The path getting up to the camp was decent enough to get our BMW up. The thing to watch out for would just be for some cactus's. Overall loved the campground!

Hipcamper Connar
Connar J.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 19th, 2018

William and Sally were kind and helpful! They met us and showed us right up to the site and explained their rules and gave us some tips for where we could go and what fun things we could do. The site was very isolated and easy to get to, beautiful (especially at sunset) and comfortable.

Hipcamper Sarah
Sarah D.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 2nd, 2019

Great private hideaway! Surrounded by beautiful landscape. Sally and William greeted us when we arrived and showed us the layout making sure we were set. If you enjoy a remote stay I highly recommend this.

Hipcamper Dillon
Dillon M.
recommends this listing.
July 8th, 2019

Ravens nest was beautiful and a fun place to hike around. The only negative was the amount of flies(soooo many flies).

Hipcamper Sebastian

Perfect for bryce canyon

Sebastian M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 15th, 2019

Beautiful, quiet, secluded campsite. Only a 20 minute, scenic drive from Bryce Canyon.

Beautiful up among the pinyon and juniper.
Hipcamper MIKALE

Perfect for our little family

Mikale W.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 31st, 2020

We absolutely loved this site! We were looking for something more private near Bryce Canyon as we have 3 kids who love to runs and explore, and sometimes camping really close to several other sites at once is difficult. This site was clean, safe, plenty big for us, and just beautiful. We were able to see a lot of wildlife but always felt safe. Sally came and met us when we arrived and answered questions. It took about 45 minutes to drive to Bryce. Great location, great host, we would definitely come camp here again!

Hipcamper Alex
Alex W.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
June 1st, 2020

Ravens Nest was incredible! It is so private, you can’t hear anything when you’re out there, and the stars are beautiful. We were accommodated despite there being a storm the week prior which knocked out the bathroom and water; Sally made sure we were provided a toilet to use and potable water as well. We felt very safe knowing William and Sally were just a few miles down the road, a text message away. This camp is very easy to get to and each site has a place for a fire with a grill on top.

Hipcamper Jeff

Clean & quiet, with valley views

Jeff W.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
June 1st, 2020

Basic camping experience, at higher than expected pricing. Hosts were great communicators; before and during trip. Unfortunately the outhouse was broken (blown over in windstorm) and there was no fresh water fill, as advertised. Hosts provided free firewood, but unfortunately it was too windy to make a fire. Two sites, close to one another. Would have been nice if there was a picnic table; even one to share with the other campsite. For us, we liked that the hosts had a little shooting range just 100 [safe] yards away from the campsites, but some campers may not want to camp where they might hear the sound of gunfire at the range. No one was shooting when we were there.

Ravens Nest Utah
United States
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