Pitch a tent in our classic-style campground. Canyon, mountains, shady trees and seasonal lake/springs create an idyllic camping experience. Come enjoy our little emerald, conveniently close to civilization while feeling blissfully remote.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Currently not available at camp. Lakes in Payson Canyon area is generally canoes.
Not at campground, but yes at Payson Lake and Maple Lake with a license.
Both on the campground and in the area.
Horse trails around the outside of the campground area.
Snow-mobiling in winter
Excellent area for deer, wild turkeys, ducks, raccoons, smaller birds, etc. Larger animals in the area and spotted from time to...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Camp Maple Dell - Payson Canyon, UT in Utah.
The vibe at Camp Maple Dell - Payson Canyon, UT
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If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
I love that the BSA has opened this up for families. It was great having a pavilion and running water. All of the campsites are quite large and all are near porta potties. We never saw a camp host, which is a little unfortunate because there was a group of teenagers that showed up late and had a party and then left quite late.
Campsite #29 "pueblo" was perfect!
My family and I really enjoyed our camping experience there and would recommend it to anyone for sure! It has fresh water at each site, large covered pavilion was very nice to have to get out of the sun and I'm sure it would come in handy when a storm comes through. Sites are very large and can accommodate a pretty large size family reunion. I hope we will be able to make it down there for another weekend before it gets too cold!
When you get there take a left passed the parking lot and the first snall snall on the right below the lake has a map of the entire area. Each site has a sign with the name and not a number, so It was helpful finding our site #29 which was called "Pueblo"
Didn’t get to stay
We didn’t get to complete our stay. Upon arrival we discovered our site to be more than a 1/4 mile hike, UP hill (not just a little hill) in 18-30 inch snow. We were staying for 2 nights and had our heavy Kodiak tents and had grills to haul up to the site. The bathrooms were already quite messy and the camp seemed very over crowded. I was told by my scoutmaster that he was informed the camps capacity is around 300 and they had 475 campers this particular weekend. We ended up calling it, packing up and headed home.