RV Parks in Manti, Utah

RV Parks in Manti, Utah
Manti, Utah sits in the midst of the Wasatch Mountains with much national forest land close by. A handful of RV parks in the area make the town an ideal base to explore the surrounding area. Nature lovers can snowshoe, ski cross-country or mountain bike through Manti-La Sal National Forest, enjoy rock climbing, fishing or sailing in Yuba State Park or trek through the thick Aspen forests of Fishlake National Forest.

Palisade State Park

Palisade State Park is located three miles south of the Manti town center. The park offers 53 sites for RV campers. Hook-ups include electric, water and sewer. The park has hiking trails, swimming areas, motorized and non-motorized boat rentals, a golf course, picnic areas, pavilion, bathrooms, showers, drinking water and tent sites. Pets are welcome but must be tethered to a 6-foot maximum length leash.

Palisade State Park
2200 Palisade Road
P.O. Box 650070
Manti, UT 84665
(435) 835-7275
Utah.com/stateparks

Temple Hill Resort

The Temple Hill Resort offers 54 sites for RVs. Hook-ups include electric, water and sewer. The resort features hay wagon rides, horseback riding, a pool, recreation hall, sand volleyball, pavilion, lounge, playground, horseshoe pits, yurt tent, bathrooms, showers, laundry room, fire pits and a convenience store.

Temple Hill Resort
296 E. Johnson Road
Manti, UT 84642
(435) 835-2267
Templehillrv.com

Manti Motel

The Manti Motel offers five RV sites in addition to its standard hotel rooms. Other than 30-amp electric, no other connections are offered. Campers must arrive with their own water and haul their own sewage on departure. The Manti Motel has outdoor bathrooms, cold showers and a gift shop. Pets are welcome but must be leashed.

Manti Motel
445 N. Main Street
Manti, UT 84642
(435) 835-8533
Mantimotel.com

Article Written By Mike Biscoe

Mike Biscoe has been writing since 2009. Focusing on travel, sports and entertainment topics, he has credits in various online publications including LIVESTRONG.COM and Trails. He often writes articles covering uncommon travel destinations from firsthand experience. Biscoe holds a Certificate of Completion in acting from the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts.

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