Clover Spring Campground

Rush Valley, Utah

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The Goshute tribe named it Shambip, early settlers regarded it as their lifeblood, and members of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) once called it home. Although now it’s just known as Clover Spring Campground, it’s still relatively unknown, and a neat little place to spend the night in your tent. Because it’s just 60 miles from Salt Lake City, you’d expect this 11-site campground to fill up every night with urbanites looking for a quick overnight getaway. On the contrary, that demographic seems to congregate in the canyons of the Wasatch Front, leaving Clover Spring to the locals and the lucky few who have discovered its location.
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by (Menasha Ridge Press)

The Goshute tribe named it Shambip, early settlers regarded it as their lifeblood, and members of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) once called it home. Although now it’s just known as Clover Spring Campground, it’s still relatively unknown, and a neat little place to spend the night in your tent.

Because it’s just 60 miles from Salt Lake City, you’d expect this 11-site campground to fill up every night with urbanites looking for a quick overnight getaway. On the contrary, that demographic seems to congregate in the canyons of the Wasatch Front, leaving Clover Spring to the locals and the lucky few who have discovered its location.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Rush Valley
Campsites: 11
Season: May–November (depending on weather)
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: 801-977-4300, blm.gov/utah
Fees per Night: $12/night (single), $45/night (group)
Facilities: Vault toilets
Driving Directions: Directions to Clover Spring Campground

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