Best Campgrounds in Utah

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in Utah. Use this list to plan your next Utah campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Goblin Valley excites the mind and enlivens the imagination with images of oddly shaped ...
The basin calls to mind images of terraced rice paddies in Asia.
Sneak down to Glen Canyon NRA during the day for some of its overlooked hikes.
This high-mountain campground is the perfect place to make your home base.
Although the sites at Dry Canyon aren’t numbered, I’ve put numbers on the map as an aid ...
You could spend a week at Redman and do something different every day.
It’s almost hypnotic to stand near the bubbling water.
Something magical happens when people have to park and walk into a campsite.
Albion Basin is a typical single-loop campground, but that's the only typical thing about ...
Oak Grove moves at a slower pace than the other Pine Valley campgrounds.
One big reason for Monte Cristo’s popularity is its location—not just where it sits in ...
The Abajo Mountains have their own first to claim: first mountains to become snow-free ...
Solitude is the main attraction at Elkhorn, and Thousand Lake Mountain offers it in s ...
Solitude comes in spades in this cozy little campground.
One of the best features at Monte Cristo is the symphony of scents in the air at any given ...
If this giant sandstone rock is a hamburger, you’ll be sleeping with the pickles and ...
Maple Canyon makes rock climbers feel like kids in a candy store.
However you enjoy Lonesome Beaver, you’ll be one of the few who has.
This campground is functional and friendly to campers of all levels of ability.
What Hobble Creek Canyon does offer is a tranquil and serene setting for campers who love ...
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