There are many great camping areas throughout the western state of Utah, catering to a wide range of camping styles, whether campers prefer a remote campsite in the middle of wilderness with no amenities and hardly any other campers or a developed campground with flush toilets, showers, running water, or even full RV hookups. No matter what the preference of camping experience, Utah boasts a broad array of campgrounds, camp resorts, state and national parks, and RV parks to choose room. Most of these camping destinations also offer several other outdoor recreation opportunities as well.

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1.Aspen Grove Rv Park

Aspen Grove Rv Park
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The Aspen Grove RV Park in Tremonton, Utah is one of the area’s newer RV parks, opening in May of 2019 at the junction of Interstate 84 and Interstate 15. The owners of the park built it from the ground up and strive to provide the best in customer service to everyone who stays at their property and boasts that the happiness and comfort of guests are their priority. Amenities at the Aspen Grove RV Park include wireless internet, laundry facilities, shower facilities, restroom facilities, morning coffee, a clubhouse, a dog run, sports courts, a zen garden, and much more.

700 W Main St, Tremonton, UT 84337, Phone: 435-339-6003

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2.Bear Valley RV & Camping Resort

Bear Valley RV & Camping Resort
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The Bear Valley RV and Camping Resort is situated just outside of Panguitch, in the middle of the Hoodoo Formations and Bryce Canyon. The campground resort offers a wide range of camping options, including tent camping, travel trailers, and RV camping. Teepee tents and wagon-cabins are available for rent as well for more rustic campers, and every campsite include a picnic table and some provide a fire pit. Other amenities at Bear Valley consist of clean restroom and shower facilities, complimentary wireless internet, a country store, a game room, coin-operated laundry facilities, access to ATV trails, and a playground.

900 e. SR20, Panguitch, UT 84759, Phone: 435-676-2500

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3.Blue Mountain RV & Trading

Blue Mountain RV & Trading
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Blue Mountain RV & Trading is located in Blanding, conveniently situated right off of HIghway 191 and boasts excellent sunset views. The RV park offers a central destination for campers with either a tent or an RV who want to explore everything the region has to offer, ideally located between Moab and Monument Valley. Blue Mountain RV & Trading provides sites with full hookups and 30/50-amp electric service. As for campground amenities, the property includes clean shower and restroom facilities, an RV store, 24/7 laundry facilities, free wireless internet, picnic areas, fire pits, and barbeque grills. There are also grassy tent group campsites.

1930 S Main St, Blanding, UT 84511, Phone: 866-437-9904

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4.Cadillac Ranch RV Park

Cadillac Ranch RV Park
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Conveniently located between Moab, Utah and Monument Valley, the Cadillac Ranch RV Park is situated on Bluff’s Main Street and is one of the premier camping destinations in this part of the American Southwest, a place designed for people to relax and recharge. The RV park features fourteen RV campsites with full hookups, including 30 and 50 amp electrical service, as well as both individual and group tent campsites. The Cadillac Ranch RV Park also offers shower facilities with an individual shower suite, liquid propane available for sale, and a pond with surrounding walking trail.

630 E Main St, Bluff, UT 84512, Phone: 435-672-2262

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5.Canyons of Escalante RV Park

Canyons of Escalante RV Park
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The Canyons of Escalante RV Park is known for being a friendly campground with clean facilities that provides an ideal home base for exploring the canyonlands and deserts in the area around Escalante, Utah. The owners treat guests like family, sharing hiking maps and local knowledge, as well as suggesting daily itineraries. A jeep shuttle is offered to nearby hiking destinations and direct access to ATV trails can be found at the campground. Along with maps, postcards, firewood, and basic RV supplies are also available at the Canyons of Escalante RV Park. Amenities include complimentary wireless internet, showers, and laundry facilities.

495 W Main ST, Escalante, UT 84726, Phone: 435-826-4959

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6.Capitol Reef National Park

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Situated within south-central Utah, Capitol Reef National Park offers several campgrounds within the state’s red rock country. This hidden gem is full of bridges, domes, canyons, and cliffs in the Waterpocket Fold, which is a “a wrinkle on the earth” known as a “geologic monocline” that extends nearly one hundred miles. There are three campgrounds available to overnight visitors in the national park. The Fruita Campground is the more developed of the three, surrounded by orchards and adjacent to a river. Each campsite includes a fire pit and picnic table. While RV camping is possible, there are no individual hookups.

Torrey, UT 84775, Phone: 435-425-3791

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7.Escalante Cabins & RV Park

Escalante Cabins & RV Park
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The Escalante Cabins and RV Park offers both tent and RV camping, as well as cabins, in the town of Escalante. Open from the beginning of March to the end of November, the campground is centrally located to the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, as well as within walking distance of the National Monument Visitor Center, shops, and restaurants. Being situated on the outskirts of town, however, offers campers a chance of spotting the local deer population, along with being able to experience nature a little more. The spacious RV sites can accommodate RVs both small and large, including big rigs.

680 W Main, Escalante, UT 84726, Phone: 435-826-4433

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8.Fossil Valley RV Park

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The Fossil Valley RV Park is located in the heart of Dinosaurland in Utah and is a destination where campers can relax beneath the shade provided by soaring trees while still being within close proximity to in-town conveniences. Open year-round, amenities at the Fossil Valley RV Park include wireless internet, picnic tables, laundry facilities, clean and spacious bath house facilities with showers, 22 antenna television channels, and self-storage rentals. Campsites include pull-through RV sites, including full hookups and extra long sites, as well as grassy and shaded tent sites. Bank ATMs, shops, and restaurants are within walking distance.

999 West Highway 40, Vernal, UT 84078, Phone: 435-789-6450

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9.J&J RV Park

J&J RV Park
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The J&J RV Park in the town of Kanab, Utah boasts that it offers everything campers need to have as comfortable of a stay at the park as possible. The campground provides clean on-site restroom and shower facilities, as well as complimentary wireless internet throughout the property. The extra-large RV sites are able to accommodate nearly any size of RV and include full hookups for sewer, water, and electricity. Grocery stores, a laundromat, a number of restaurants, and more are conveniently a short walk away from the park, as well as stunning natural scenery just a short drive away.

584 E 300 S, Kanab, UT 84741, Phone: 435-899-1956

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10.Koosharem RV Park

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The Koosharem RV Park in Koosharem, Utah offers numerous campsites for both RV camping and tent camping. RV sites include full hookups and the park offers RV rentals as well. Amenities offered at the RV park include showers, restrooms, laundry facilities, a dump station, and access to the Paiute Trail. Along with the campsites and other amenities, the Koosharem RV Park also has an on-site antique store and a small cafe, which is rather unique for a campground. The park is also located near several natural attractions, including Bryce Canyon National Park, Red Canyon, and Otter Creek State Park.

135 UT-62, Koosharem, UT 84744, Phone: 435-638-7508

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11.Leeds RV Park & Motel

Leeds RV Park & Motel
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The Leeds RV Park and Motel is situated in the middle of “Dixie’s Color Country,” located near the base of the Pine Valley Mountain. With its location in southern Utah, the RV park is only a short drive away from Hurricane and St. George, as well as Sand Hollow State Park, Red Cliff’s State Park, Quail Creek State Park, and most importantly, Zion National Park. The Leeds RV Park is open throughout the entire year and offers a friendly and quiet campground with spacious pull-through RV sites. The park also provide tent campsites with fire pits and motel rooms featuring kitchenettes.

97 South Valley Rd, Leeds, UT 84746, Phone: 435-879-2450

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12.Lizzie and Charlie’s RV and ATV Park

Lizzie and Charlie’s RV and ATV Park
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Set in the heart of one of the country’s largest ATV trail systems, Lizzie and Charlie’s RV and ATV Park offers the perfect location for anyone wanting to experience Utah’s Paiute ATV Trail. ATV enthusiasts can head out on the trail directly from their campsite. Accommodations at the park range from RV sites and tent campsites to The Cottage, Miner’s Cabins, and Camping Cabins. For RV owners and campers who don’t have their own ATV, on-site ATV rentals are available. Lizzie and Charlie’s RV Park also offers on-site laundry facilities, as well as restroom and shower facilities.

99 South Main St, Marysvale, UT 84750, Phone: 435-326-4213

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13.Mountain Meadows at Flaming Gorge Resort

Mountain Meadows at Flaming Gorge Resort
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The Flaming Gorge Resort provides some of the best camping accommodations in the Flaming Gorge Reservoir area, as well as numerous activities, such as river rafting, fly fishing guides, fly fishing on the Green River, and many other activities during both the summer and winter. The resort operates two RV park, with both offering peace and quiet, plenty of wildlife, and amazing views. The Mountain Meadows RV Park at the Flaming Gorge Resort consists of all back-in RV sites featuring hookups for electric, sewer, and water, and includes several amenities like bathhouses, laundry facilities, and complimentary wireless internet.

1100 E Flaming Gorge Resort, Dutch John, UT 84023, Phone: 435-889-3773

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14.Mountain Valley RV Resort

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The Mountain Valley RV Resort is situated in the beautiful town of Heber City and is one of the highest rated RV parks in the state of Utah. The family-friendly RV resort in northern Utah is only about twenty minutes from Park City and forty-five minutes from Salt Lake City. Open year-round, the property offers nearly one hundred RV sites with full hookups, over eighty pull-through RV sites, and eleven back-in sites. Amenities at the Mountain Valley RV Resort include laundry facilities, heated pool, spa, private showers and bathrooms, a playground, exercise room, Wi-Fi, cable television, and much more.

2120 S U.S. 40, Heber City, UT 84032, Phone: 435-657-6100

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15.OK RV Park

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The OK RV Park in Moab, Utah is a full-amenity, quiet RV park with a bit of a unique feature compared to other RV parks. In addition to great RV sites with full hookups, the park also features “glamping options” for guests who don’t care for tent or RV camping or don’t want the hassle. Amenities at the OK RV Park include on-site coin-operated laundry facilities, complimentary cable television, complimentary wireless internet, access to world-renowned ATV trails, and a clean, wheelchair-accessible bathhouse with sinks, flush toilets, and showers. Swimming can be found nearby at the Power Dam and Ken’s Lake.

3310 Spanish Valley Dr, Moab, UT 84532, Phone: 435-259-1400

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16.Pine Forest RV Park

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The Pine Forest RV Park is one of two beautiful RV parks owned and operated by the Flaming Gorge Resort, one of the leading places for accommodations by the Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Dutch John, Utah. The resort offers a wide variety of activities year-round, including river rafting, fly fishing guides, and Green River Fly Fishing among many others. The Pine Forest RV Park is made up of forty-five spacious RV sites with full hookups, as well as several amenities, such as laundry facilities, bathroom and shower facilities, horseshoe pit, basketball court, volleyball pit, complimentary wireless internet, fire pit, and picnic tables.

Dutch John, UT 84023, Phone: 435-889-3773

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17.Pony Express RV Resort

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The Pony Express RV Resort is just minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City and the Great Salt Lake. Guests can choose from one of the numerous RV sites, cabin rentals, or Airstream trailer rentals. In addition to the accommodation options, the Pony Express RV Resorts offers a wide variety of great amenities, including a swimming pool, general store, laundry facilities, life-sized board games, Surrey bike rentals, bicycle rentals, a playground, a dog park, foosball tables, picnic tables, community barbeque grill, DVD library, shower facilities, restroom facilities, a clubhouse, a game room, wireless internet, and access to cable television.

1012 Recreation Way, North Salt Lake, UT 84054, Phone: 801-355-1550

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18.Red Ledge RV Park & Campground

Red Ledge RV Park & Campground
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The Red Ledge RV Park and Campground is a great camping destination for RV owners near Kanarraville, Utah for an easy-going and fun vacation. The campground includes twenty-two big rig-friendly RV sites with full hookups, six of which are pull-through sites. In addition to the campsites, the pet-friendly Red Ledge RV Park and Campground also offers complimentary wireless internet, grills, fire rings, picnic tables, a playground, laundry facilities, restroom facilities with hot showers, and a dump station. Guests can also find several outdoor activities in and around the park, such as wildlife viewing, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking.

15 N Main St, Kanarraville, UT 84742, Phone: 435-586-9150

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19.Sandcreek RV Park

Sandcreek RV Park
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The Sandcreek RV Park is situated within Utah’s Red Rock Country, only five miles away from Capitol Reef National Park, surrounded by expanding horizons and majestic cliffs. Visitors can stay in their RV at one of the great RV campsites, or guests can stay a night or two in one of the shaded tent campsites or a cabin. The husband and wife-owned and operated RV park and campground features pull-through RV sites that include full hookups and 30/50-amp service, complimentary wireless internet, very clean shower and restroom facilities, picnic tables, fire pits, and a laundry room.

540 UT-24, Torrey, UT 84775, Phone: 435-425-3577

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20.Thousand Lakes RV Park

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The Thousand Lakes RV Park boasts views of sagebrush-covered plateaus and red rock mountains from nearly every site throughout the property. Situated approximately six miles away from Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park, conveniently located to Bryce Canyon, Goblin Valley, the National Scenic Byway 12, and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Open from mid-April through the end of October, the Thousand Lakes RV Park provides deluxe cabins, shaded tent campsites, and a full-service RV park featuring a total of sixty-five pull-through RV spaces. Amenities at the park include a basketball court, playground, swimming pool, and fresh muffins in the morning.

1110 UT-24, Torrey, UT 84775, Phone: 435-425-3500

21.Westerner RV Park

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Located in Monticello, Utah, the Westerner RV Park strives to provide RV owners and renters with a “home-away-from-home,” from its laundry and clean shower facilities to its full-hookup RV campsites. The property offers many RV sites with full hookups for sewer, water, and electric, as well as shaded, grassy spaces for tent camping. There are also open grassy areas with picnic tables and shade provided by large trees. Amenities at the Westerner RV Park include laundry facilities, restroom facilities with hot shower, complimentary cable television, and complimentary high-speed wireless internet. The Hideout Golf Course, stores, and restaurants are a short walk away.

532 South Main St, Monticello, UT 84535, Phone: 435-587-2762

22.WillowWind RV Park

WillowWind RV Park
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WillowWind RV Park is set within quiet Hurricane, Utah and offers the convenience of several modern amenities combined with exciting and fun outdoor activities. The gorgeous red rocks southern Utah has become known for surround the property, which is located just a short drive away from the stunning Zion National Park and the Sand Hollow Reservoir. The pet-friendly WillowWind RV Park provides a number of amenities, such as wireless internet and cable television access, big rig-friendly pull-through RV sites, tent campsites, satellite-friendly and shaded sites, laundry facilities, restroom and shower facilities, and 20/30/50 amp electric service.

80 South 1150 West, Hurricane, UT 84737, Phone: 435-635-4154

23.Wonderland RV Park

Wonderland RV Park
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The Wonderland RV Park is another wonderful spot to use as a home base to explore the scenic Capitol Reef National Park, as well as several other spectacular sites in Southern Utah. In addition to full-hookup RV sites with 30/50-amp electric service, there are many great amenities are offered at the Wonderland RV Park to provide guests with a more convenient and comfortable stay, such as complimentary wireless internet and cable television, picnic tables, lawn games, a basketball court, laundry facilities, clean shower and restroom facilities, and more. There are also tent campsites and log cabins available.

44 South Highway 12, Torrey UT, 84775, Phone: 435-425-3665

24.Zion River Resort

Zion River Resort
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The Zion River Resort is a green valley oasis in Virgin, Utah, situated on the banks of the peaceful Virgin River, surrounded by scenic painted mountains. This RV resort was designed to be able to accommodate a wide range of recreational vehicles, from the smallest RV to one of the most sophisticated today. In addition to RV sites, the Zion River Resorts also offers other camping options, such as the Camper Cabins and the 2-Bedroom Suite. Resort amenities include a Camper Kitchen, cellular service, a convenience store, dog areas, laundry facilities, a playground, mining sluice, restroom facilities, shuttle bus, and a swimming pool.

551 E State Route 9, Virgin, UT, 84779, Phone: 888-822-8594

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Attraction Spotlight: Monument Valley

Southeast Utah offers numerous natural attractions such as Monument Valley, Utah’s Canyon County, and the famous Four Corners Area. Visitors flock to this well-preserved corner of the world to catch a glimpse of the immense rock formations and splendid blue skies, where they can experience the last untouched stretches of this quintessentially American landscape. With a variety of activities on offer, Monument Valley and its surrounding attractions are sure to inspire all who cross it.


The megaliths of Monument Valley were formed over 250 million years ago. The area’s first human inhabitants were the Anasazi, also known as Ancestral Puebloans, who settled the land by 1200 BCE. Their ingenuity forged a great connection with the land, allowing them to survive and thrive amid the arid Utah desert. In the 16th century, the first Europeans from Spain arrived. At this point, it was the Navajo Nation that lived in Monument Valley. The Navajo land was traditionally demarcated by Mt. Blanca in the east, San Francisco Peaks in the west, Mt. Taylor in the south, and Mt. Hesperus in the north. Known for their exquisite art and enduring spirituality as well as their pivotal role as code talkers during WWII, the Navajo culture has a lot to offer for those getting acquainted with Monument Valley.

Attractions and Activities:


There are a variety of tours that visitors can select to fully explore the pristine landscape of Monument Valley. The Four Corners Adventure Tour offers unparalleled views of the Utah wilderness. Led by local outdoorsmen, visitors can choose their preferred viewing modality as these trained guides offer bike tours, Hummer expeditions, or plain old-fashioned walking and hiking trips. The tours offer access to rarely seen local gems such as the Anasazi ruins and excursions through the Valley of the Gods. In addition, adventurers can find guides willing to tailor custom expeditions into the area surrounding Boulder and Escalante. With their help, visitors can explore the slickrock, domes, and buttes that jut out of the serene Utah landscape.


On the main road into Monument Valley, visitors can find the Navajo Tribal Park, a campground complete several great amenities such as flush toilets, showers, and drinking water. This campground has sites reserved for tents as well as RVs, making it a great choice for first-time visitors. Located a bit deeper in Monument Valley, the Goulding’s Good Sam Park offers a more comfortable camping experience. In addition to tent and RV sites, there are cabins available for rent as well as pool access for those needing a respite from the dry desert climate. Added to that, this site also has a restaurant and trading post within walking distance.


Contrary to popular belief, the Utah landscape offers more than just desert views. In fact, in addition to the sandy desert for which it is known, there are forested mountains and deep canyons, which can be viewed by way of the many hiking trails available to guests. A great beginner’s level trail is the Natural Bridges Owachomo Trail. This scenic path allows hikers to view and pass over the Natural Bridges Monument. This natural stone bridge offers great views of the canyon below and provides a starting point where hikers can loop around to view other natural bridges in the area.

Horseback Riding

The Utah landscape was first popularized during the iconic Westerns of the 1930s. Gun slinging cowboys on horseback captured the American imagination, becoming almost synonymous with the Utah desert. Now visitors can see these landscapes for themselves and even create their own cowboy and cowgirl memories by going on guided and unguided horseback rides through the very trails that put Utah of the map. Visitors can find many Navajo wranglers who offer horses ready to escort them on exciting adventures through Monument Valley.

Cities Near Monument Valley

The cities of Bluff, Blanding, and Monticello offer convenient access to Monument Valley and its many attractions. Offering a choice of lodging and dining options, Bluff can be an excellent base camp for those hoping to explore Monument Valley. Monticello, a city located in the Southeast corner of Utah, is home to the Four Corners School's Canyon Country Discovery Center. This popular tourist attraction blends the scientific principles of botany and geology while allowing visitors to apply their learning to the natural landscape within which the facility is located. Lastly, Blanding, though often seen as a gateway to The Arches, Goosenecks, and Trail of the Ancients attractions, has many of its own sites of interest, including the Hovenweep National Monument and the Dinosaur Museum.

55 N 300 W Suite 400, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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