Campgrounds and RV Parks in Utah (UT)
The following is a list of all the campgrounds or RV parks in Utah (UT).
The following is a list of all the campgrounds or RV parks in Utah (UT).
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
13 Family style restrooms, all with showers and toilets including handicap accessible
Playground for the children
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.
$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
Aspen Grove RV Park in Tremonton Utah provides full hookup RV sites with paved roads and concrete pads convenient to both Interstate 15 and Interstate 84. Rates very based upon length of stay. Backin and pull thru sites are available. The park provides storage and a clubhouse. Guests have access to restrooms with showers, a laundry and gym area. Situated in an urban area the park is close to shopping, restaurants and fuel.
Located north of Salt Lake City.
Hite Campground and Marina at Lake Powell in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Utah provides primitive Rv and tent camping adjacent to a boat launch at the northern end of the man-made lake. This region is very remote with a seasonal ranger station and self service kiosk. Vault toilets available the camping area is very rustic and we recommend being fully prepared when you arrive. There is a gas station but the store associated with it is rarely open; when open there are supplies available.
The bathrooms near the boat launch have flush toilets. There is water available in the water fountains. Picnic tables and fire rings available.
There is also a nearby “RV park” but services are degraded and the location is very expensive. We are only listing the primitive camping areas for now until a new concessionaire improves the facilities. Operated by Aramark their website, https://www.lakepowell.com/, does not provide any information on this area.
NOTE: There is no cell service in this area.
Coral Sands RV Park in Bluff Utah provides full hookup RV sites on packed gravel pads in a scenic location. Options are available for backins, pull thrus and large pull thru RV sites. Under new ownership/ management the park has rapidly improved their amenities to provide a solid level of service.
Accessible for any sized RV sites are available under shade trees or out in the open. Bluff Utah is located in one of the more scenic areas of the country with many unique historical and geological points of interest nearby. Close to Monument Valley. Mesa Verde, and Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.
The park is adding bathrooms and showers with scheduled opening for these in the summer of 2018.
Located off of a secondary street the park is easily accessed from the highway but far enough away to minimize road noise. A restaurant and shopping are within walking distance of the park.
Vorwaller Homestead & RV Park in Toelle Utah provides full hookup RV camping for short and long term stays within a converted mobile home community (a mobile home community is also part of the park). Mostly catering to long term tenants the park provides inexpensive short and long term rates with large backin sites on concrete parking pads. Paved roads and city maintained streets the park has a mix of older run down units and newer well kept units. Call ahead for availability advanced reservations are available. It must be noted that there is no onsite office or management upon arrival guests are required to call in to a number; it is reported that sometimes it can take a while to get a response back.
Located in town there is an Albertson’s grocery store across the main highway, restaurants fuel and other shopping all around. the park is for self contained units only with no, as of now, restrooms or showers (reportedly as of 2018 they are being built).
Oquirrh Mountain Inn RV Sites in Lake Point Utah provides 10 pull thru full hookup RV camping sites adjacent to the small interstate roadside motel. Situated at exit 99 from Interstate 80 the small RV area is set on packed gravel in an open setting. bordered by a TA Fuel station on one side and a Flying J on the other the spot is valued for its easy access, cheap rates and proximity to the highway. Nothing fancy guests do have views of the mountains to the east. Open April 1 thru October 30 the Inn charges very reasonable rates but does not accept reservations instead operating on a first come first served basis. A no thrills location guests do have access to a laundry and ice machine at the Inn.
Rvs pull nose away from the Inn and are tightly spaced on the limited room. A mix of long term and short term guests the location is noted for friendly staff. If the RV sites are full there is a large dirt area out back that may be available for boon-docking.
Monument Valley KOA Journey in Monument Valley UT is a brand new KOA location (opened in March 2018) located in one of the most scenic and iconic locales in the world. As of March 2018 the park is still under construction but open for business. Full hookup RV sites are set in a gravel lot. Restrooms and showers along with playgrounds being built. Even under construction the park is charging premium KOA prices.
Restaurants, fuel and groceries are available about 1 mile south near Gouldings Lodge. For travelers new to this region do plan ahead and be prepared this is remote desert with not much around. Cell service is spotty in this region.
Located ta mile marker 2 on US 163 the RV park is convenient to the Indian Nation Tribal Parks protecting the famous monument valley iconic rock structures. Additional fees and rules apply when visiting the monument, and no your National Park pass does not work. Plan ahead and know their rules.
Lake Point Mobile Home and RV Park in Tooele Utah offers full hookup RV sites in a mobile home community adjacent to the Interstate. The park is easily accessed for any sized RV on packed gravel. Mostly long term tenants.
Pam’s RV Park north of Helper Utah offers 11 RV sites catering to mostly long term guests. Located adjacent to US 6/191 all the sites are backins tucked under good shade trees. Dirt roads and parking pads with concrete patios. A few sites may be available for short term guests but require calling ahead for availability.
Chris’ RV Park near Huntsville Utah provides full hookup backin RV sites behind the jet ski rental/ store/ gas station on UT 39. Catering to long term guests advanced reservations are recommended. Some of the sites are a bit close but the area is very pretty and the green grass is mowed regularly. A restaurant is also located on site.
Willard Peak Campground in Willard Utah offers full hookup RV sites with daily, weekly, and monthly stays (long term stays limited to 6 month max stay). An onsite laundry and bathroom the all backin sites are on dirt with dirt roads close to US 89 and a busy cross street. 1 mile from the Willard State Park North area and Interstate 15.
Willard Bay State Park South Campground in Willard Utah provides full hookup backin RV sites and partial hookup tent sites in a smaller area adjacent a large boat ramp. This area is removed by several miles from the North section and offers a reduced rate for both full hookup RV sites and the tent sites. Multiple bathhouses are available these campsites can handle large RVs. An open setting with dispersed shaded trees the area is in a rural agricultural area and offers quiet camping away from heavy noise. About 1 mile from this campground is a rail trail heading south.
Paved parking area with mowed grass camping pads. Picnic tables and fire rings available along with an onsite camp host. RVs could just as easily pull in to the sites too.
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Tanners Flat Campground near Sandy Utah is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 34 primitive tent and RV camping sites (note sites are small limiting access for RVs and trailers) in Little Cottonwood Canyon. A beautiful area known for its soaring peaks, unique geology, pristine hidden lakes and cascading streams. Numerous hiking and mountain biking trails are in the area. Rock climbing is a popular activity as well. Snowbird Resort is a few miles up-canyon, offering scenic tram rides, hiking, mountain biking, restaurants, groceries, an Alpine Slide, zip line rides, concerts and various festivals.
Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Flush and vault toilets along with fresh water are available. NO PETS ALLOWED.
Fishing, mountain biking, hiking and nature enjoyment await guests.
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.
Redman Campground near Salt Lake City Utah is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering almost 40 primitive (no hookup) tent and RV camping sites in a popular area. Fishing, hiking and mountain biking along with cool mountain area and a peaceful getaway make it so that this campground requires advanced reservations in season. Just down the road from Solitude Mountain Resort and Silver Lake.
Sites have a picnic table, fire ring and fresh water is available. Restrooms with running water also available. NOTE that NO PETS are allowed.
Bountiful Peak Campground above Farmington/ Layton Utah on Farmington Rd is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 43 primitive tent and small RV camping sites at 7500′. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Vault toilets. No water and no reservations (first come first served). There is a 7 day stay limit.
This area has well traveled graded dirt roads popular with cyclists and other trail users; use caution. The Forest Service recommends no trailers longer than 24′ due to the narrow winding road. Note: we would not recommend taking a trailer or RV you like top to this location. The road is very rough and dusty.
Sunset Campground above Farmington/ Layton Utah on Skyline Rd is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 9 primitive tent and small RV camping sites in an Aspen grove. Only 6 miles away from civilization the campground offers a quick getaway from urban living. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Vault toilets. Water spigots are available. First come first served).
Skyline is a well traveled graded dirt road popular with cyclists and off-road vehicles; use caution. The climb is quite steep and the drop offs can be scary for folks afraid of heights, plan accordingly.
The campground is very tight and steep with heavy shrubbery and trees. A full size pickup truck or van is about as big as you want to go.
Box Elder Campground in Mantua Utah is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 25 primitive hookup RV and tent camping sites in a shaded setting. Close to Box Elder Creek. Flush toilets and drinking water available. Advanced reservations available. Next to the town of Mantua and Mantua Reservoir in a pretty mountain valley just 5 miles from Brigham City, Utah. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing and exploring area trails. Two camping Loops (A&B) plus a group area. Loop B is limited to vehicles under 22′ due to tight access and an old bridge crossing. Loop A can accommodate larger RVs.
Monte Cristo Campground 30 miles from Huntsville Utah is a US Forest Service campground (Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest) offering 47 primitive hookup RV and tent camping sites at 9,000 feet elevation. Usually open by the first week of July the campground is convenient to multiple trails for hiking, biking, ATV and equestrian use (note horses are not allowed in the campground; in addition ATV users are forced to trailer 1 mile away from campground). Fresh water and vault toilets. The campsites have a picnic table and fire ring.
This campground also serves as a base camp for hunters during deer and elk season. Advance reservations can be made via Recreation.gov.