Salina, Utah, Campgrounds

Salina, Utah, Campgrounds
Campers seeking a campsite while passing through the Salina, Utah, area will find a variety of options. Once the tent is spiked, explore area trails that include mountain biking through the foothills on the 14-mile Glenwood Getaway trail and quad racing along Paiute ATV Trail. Or go fly fishing for largemouth bass at Redmond Lake.

Maple Grove Campground

Maple Grove Campground is 30 minutes from Salina. Campers will discover 27 camp sites to choose from. Two sites are available for pull-through RVs. The campground has vault toilets and drinking water. No showers or dump station are offered. The grounds sit inside Fishlake National Forest. Anglers can cast out for rainbow and brook trout in Ivie Creek, which runs through the site.

Maple Grove Campground
Fillmore Ranger District
Fishlake National Forest
Fillmore, UT 84631
(435) 743-5721

Butch Cassidy RV Park & Campground

The Butch Cassidy RV Park & Campground is three minutes from the center of town. Campers will find 40 camp sites for both tents and RVs. Full hookups are available. The campground also has a pool, store, restrooms, showers, playground and recreation room. Would-be ornithologists can enhance their knowledge while spending time at the on-site aviary.

Butch Cassidy RV Park & Campground
1050 S. State
Salina, UT 84654
(800) 551-6842
butchcassidycampground.com

Richfield KOA

The Richfield KOA is 26 minutes south of Salina. Campers choose between 81 tent and RV sites. Full hookups are available. Campers spending the night in a tent will find five tenting areas. The KOA also has restrooms, showers, laundry room, playground, pool and basketball court. Road bikers can test their endurance by pedaling up nearby Civilian Conservation Road, which winds up through Fishlake National Forest.

Richfield KOA
600 W. 600 South
Richfield, UT 84701
(435) 896-6674
koa.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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