Monument Valley Tipi Village in Monument Valley Utah provides primitive tent and small RV camping. Close to Gouldings Lodge the location charges reasonable rates.

    TENT SITES

    SUMMER $50.00 WINTER $25.00

    1 or 2 people

    Our standard tent sites are far away from crowded campgrounds and are suitable for one large or two small tents. No bedding or towels are included. Maximum 6 people per site, maximum 2 tents, 25′ x 10′ tent space and 8′ x 10′ shade ramada.

    Cost per additional person: $5
    (Children 7 & under stay for free)

    Navajo Tax Rate: Included in Price

    PRIMITIVE TENT SITES

    $35.00

    1 or 2 people

    Our primitive tent sites consist of one (1) tent site with dimensions 24′ X 10′ and five (5) tent sites with dimensions 8′ X 12′. Includes one (1) central water faucet, shade arbor and outside no-flush toilet.

    Cost per additional person: $5
    (Children 7 & under stay for free)

    Navajo Tax Rate: Included in Price

    TIPI VILLAGE GUIDELINES

    1. A 100% deposit, payable by credit or debit card, will be taken upon confirmation of your stay at the Tipi Village. Please note that there are no refunds given within 30 days of your arrival date.
    2. Last check in is at 8:30 p.m. unless arrangements are made to be late, which will incur a $30 late charge to be added to bill.
    3. If customer shows up after 9:00 p.m., their reservation is automatically canceled and there will be no refund. NO EXCEPTIONS!
    4. Summer Season runs from the first weekend in April to the first weekend in November
    5. No gas generators or boom boxes
    6. Quiet Hours: 11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.

    Castle Gate RV Park & Campground in Helper Utah is located halfway between downtown Salt Lake City and Moab, and only about an hour from the Provo area. We are located a few blocks from Historic Helper’s Main Street, with restaurants, coffee shop, bowling alley, museum, art galleries, grocery store, gift shops, business center and shared work space, liquor store, post office, bar with pool and darts, and many photo opportunities.

    Directly from Castle Gate RV Park, you can easily access hundreds of miles of ATV trails, hiking and mountain bike trails, rock climbing, kayaking, fly-fishing, country club golfing, sport and target shooting, motorcycle rides, horseback riding, and more. Within 45 minutes are a dinosaur museum and dinosaur quarry, petroglyphs in 9-Mile Canyon, two state parks with reservoirs (Scofield and Huntington), Manti-La Sal National Forest, and much more.

    Six deluxe full service camping cabins
    Camp Store with gifts, souvenirs and necessities
    Splash pad
    Laundry facilities
    13 Family style restrooms, all with showers and toilets including handicap accessible
    Dog run
    River walk
    Playground for the children
    Horseshoe pit
    Covered Picnic Pavilion with BBQ and dish washing station

    Point Supreme Campground in Cedar Breaks National Monument provides primitive RV and tent camping at over 10,000 ft of elevation. Open in summer months.

    Camp at 10,000 feet elevation! Camping is available approximately from mid-June to mid-September. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit or grill. There are also restrooms with showers, chopped firewood, and water spigots. Note that the campground opening and closing dates may be slightly earlier or later and is subject to favorable weather. Check out our Current Conditions Page for details on the campground status.

    * Campsite availability can only be determined by visiting Recreation.gov or by visiting the campground in person to view remaining first-come-first-serve sites. Park staff do not have the capacity to check campsite availibity over the phone and/or online. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Fees

    $24 Per Night.
    $12 Per Night with a Senior Pass or Access Pass.

    This fee is paid at the self-pay station at the entrance to the campground or when reserving a site at www.recreation.gov.

    Capacity and Reservations

    • Point Supreme Campground has 25 campsites and accommodates both tents and RVs.
    • Ten sites are available for reservations on www.recreation.gov: eight RV/tent sites and two tent only sites.
    • The remaining 15 campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop in campground reservations MUST be paid via credit or debit card only.
    • Sites best for RVs include sites 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16 and 21.
    • For most large motor homes sites 1, 8 and 21 are preferred.
    • There is no slideout on the driver side at sites 8, 15 and 21.
    • Tent only sites are 9 and 13. Campsite 12 would be best for tent camping but could accomedate a camper van or truck.
    • Camping is NOT permitted in parking lots or at overlooks.

    Albion Basin Campground near Salt Lake City Utah (closer to Sandy) is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 19 primitive tent and small RV camping sites at over 9,000′ elevation in an area renowned for its late summer wildflowers. The campground usually does not open until early July due to deep snow pack. Numerous hiking and mountain biking trails in the area along with cool mountain air and amazing scenery make this a prime camping destination for folks looking to get away.

    Picnic tables, fire rings, and vault toilets (no running water). Moose and deer frequent the basin and mountain goats can often be seen on the precipitous face of Devils Castle, just south of the campground. A small stream runs through the basin.

    Little Cottonwood Canyon is a beautiful area known for its soaring peaks, unique geology, pristine hidden lakes and cascading streams. Numerous additional hiking and mountain biking trails are found throughout the canyon. Rock climbing and fly-fishing are popular activities as well.

    Snowbird Resort is just a few miles down-canyon, offering scenic tram rides, hiking, mountain biking, restaurants, groceries, an Alpine Slide, zip line rides, concerts and various festivals.