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.

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#1. Uinta Mountains - North Campgrounds


The Uinta Mountains - North area is, well, chock-full of mountains. Of course, if you spend time in the place, you’ll find that the region is more than just mountains. It’s an area of unique diversity…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Kamas, UT - Campgrounds
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#2. Provo Area Campgrounds


Located south of Heber City, the Provo area is chock-full of mountains, the Wasatch Mountains. Of course, if you spend time in the place, you’ll find that the region is more than just mountains. It’s…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Provo, UT - Campgrounds
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#3. Salt Lake City Area Campgrounds


Great Salt Lake Country is just what its name implies—great. The place is also big, and it’s remote: No doubt, it can feel mighty lonely out in its western realms. And while much of the place is acces…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Salt Lake City, UT - Campgrounds
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#4. Zion National Park Area Campgrounds


Zion National Park is probably the most visited place in this area, and while it’s definitely worth a visit, it isn’t the only place worthy of your time. Perhaps it’s just the place everyone thinks th…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Kanab, UT - Campgrounds
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#5. Bryce Canyon National Park Area Campgrounds


Bryce Canyon is certainly one of Utah's finest national parks. Here you’ll find a fairyland of fun, a potpourri offering a remarkable display of fascinating orange, red, and pink hoodoos, and a whole…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Cannonville, UT - Campgrounds
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#6. Southwest Utah and Escalante Area Campgrounds


Southwest Utah and the Escalante area (often referred to as "Color Country") is, well, full of color! It’s a vast and varied place, where rainbow hues tend to be commonplace, and campers come to share…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Cedar City, UT - Campgrounds
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#7. Canyonlands and Arches National Parks Area Campgrounds


In Canyonlands and Arches National Parks near Moab in southeast Utah, visitors find it all. The countryside offers up everything from desert to mountains, narrow slot canyons, wide vistas, and all thi…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Moab, UT - Campgrounds
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#8. Pine Valley Recreation Area Campgrounds


Located north of St. George, the Pine Valley Recreation Area is set among pines and firs and offers a nice place for just relaxing and enjoying the cool realms of the forest. In addition, there’s the…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Saint George, UT - Campgrounds
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#9. Fish Lake Recreation Area Campgrounds


An assortment of forest campgrounds make this a fun place to visit. Look for an abundance of sites along the shores of Fish Lake, where anglers fish to their hearts’ content, photographers while away…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Loa, UT - Campgrounds
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#10. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area Campgrounds


Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is a popular place with boaters and anglers and for those who want nothing more to do than relax and enjoy the stunning scenes found there. Anglers are attracted…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Manila, UT - Campgrounds
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#11. Southeast Utah Campgrounds


Utah is an outdoor kind of place, and the southeast section of the state is no exception when it comes to enjoying the great out-of-doors. Photographers will find a multitude of scenes worthy of their…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Blanding, UT - Campgrounds
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#12. Ogden Area Campgrounds


The Ogden area is a vast and varied place located in the northwest corner of Utah. One of nine state travel regions, it is comprised of 7,129 square miles and includes part of the Utah geologic region…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Ogden, UT - Campgrounds
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#13. Nephi and Richfield Area Campgrounds


The Nephi and Richfield area is a vast and varied place, with everything from barren deserts to towering forested mountains, high alpine tundra, an array of rock monoliths, wide valleys, and perhaps a…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Richfield, UT - Campgrounds
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#14. Uinta Mountains - South Campgrounds


The High Uintas, the highest mountain range in Utah, stand guard over the area, with Kings Peak, the highest point in Utah, a favorite goal for many backpackers. For the most part the national forest…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Duchesne, UT - Campgrounds
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#15. Logan Area Campgrounds


Located in Utah’s Rocky Mountain Province, the Logan area (aka Bridgerland) is situated smack dab in the north-central part of the state. Bordered on the north and east by the neighboring states of Id…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Logan, UT - Campgrounds
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#16. Bear Lake State Park Campgrounds


At Bear Lake State Park, campgrounds on the west, south, and east sides of the natural lake make sailing, swimming, and scuba diving easily accessible. And in winter, ice fishing for the unique Bonnev…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Garden City, UT - Campgrounds
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#17. East Canyon State Park


Located east of Salt Lake City, three campgrounds at East Canyon State Park offer fishing opportunities for anglers and water-skiing for those who enjoy the sport. Campgrounds included in this eTrail…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Salt Lake City, UT - Campgrounds
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#18. Great Salt Lake Campgrounds


Camping areas on Great Salt Lake offer much in the way of water-related activities. Two campgrounds are located along Willard Bay, where water sports and bird-watching are the main activities. The…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Brigham City, UT - Campgrounds
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#19. Dinosaur National Monument Area Campgrounds


Dinosaurs once roamed Utah. Today visitors roam as well, seeing evidence of that time and more, for this region is enhanced by more than just bones and fossils. Dinosaurland is a land of high mountain…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Vernal, UT - Campgrounds
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#20. Price Area Campgrounds


Barren, bleak, and unoccupied are probably the words most often used to describe the Price area, but the place is much more than that to those who spend time exploring its lovely realms. Travel around…
From the guidebook "Camping Utah"
Price, UT - Campgrounds
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