About Zion NP Views ECO-CAMPSITES
Wonderful open land on our eco camping areas overlooking Zion National Park! Bring your gear and set up to see the best views ever. 5 minutes from Zion National park back country trails in the Kolob Region or 10 minutes to Virgin Utah, 20 minutes to Springdale and main gate of Zion NP. Paid showers available in Springdale as no area campgrounds have any showers.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 20
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
- Check in after: 6AM
- Check out before: 8PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Weeknight discount: 20% off
The vibe at Zion NP Views ECO-CAMPSITES
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Wow, this place is just incredible it was by far one of the most beautiful campsite sites we stayed at throughout our journey through Utah. This location is only about 20-30 minutes from the main entrance to Zion National Park. These are primitive campsites that are scattered throughout the property and are not marked. We choose an amazing site that had one of the most compelling backdrops of the red mountains. The air was so fresh and sitting here in San Jose CA I miss this location already. The night sky here is incredible there are so many stars to see and it was romantic to sit by the fire and star gaze. In the middle of the night, you can hear the wildlife which made us feel we were in the backcountry. We heard coyotes howling at the moon and even a horse that was galloping throughout the property in the middle of the night. This location was by far one of the coolest we will definitely be back here when we come to Zion.
Beautiful and peaceful. We arrived on the Friday of a holiday weekend and found the place empty. The gate is easy to find and once through there are ports-a-potties and fire pits scattered throughout, although you can set up camp anywhere.
We didn’t see any other tent campers and only a few cars passing through during our stay. Plenty of cows and deer though (it is a working ranch so the cows might wander close by).
The daytime backdrop was the beautiful rocks of Zion, and at night the stars were bright and clear. The owner, Bill, stopped by on his horse to say hello as we were packing up to head out.
Overall a great place to stay if you’d like to be close to Zion but avoid the fees, crowds, and noise.
This place was a nightmare to find, at first, but once I found it I was so happy. This is about a 40 min drive to the front entrance of Zion. Once you get on the dirt road it’s about a 1.5-2 mile drive. I was looking for an open gate with an attendant at it to welcome me which is why I got so lost. I finally got in contact with the person in charge and she told me that the gate is closed and to just open it and shut it behind me. Once inside, you follow a long dirt road around the perimeter of the field. You’ll see cows, deer, horses, and then eventually some TP looking tents with fire pits. It was just me and one other couple there. Beautiful views and totally secluded. Nobody checked on me or gave me problems, I got to wake up to a beautiful landscape and just watch the deer prance around. You’ll have to bring everything you need: firewood, water, etc. but if you’re looking to stay away from people, I recommend this place 100%. I wouldn’t even be posting this if I knew I could come here regularly because I would hate to see it become a crowded place. If you’re going to Zion, do yourself a favor and don’t bother with the two campgrounds in the Park crowded with people, enjoy the beautiful landscape at this “campsite” and you won’t regret it.