Nephi and Richfield Area Campgrounds

Richfield, Utah

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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 human-made lake or two. Located in central Utah in the geologic regions known as the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain Province, this is the second largest of Utah’s nine travel regions. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Little Sahara Recreation Area (White Sands & Oasis), Oak Grove, Maple Grove, Adelaide, Castle Rock - Fremont Indian State Park, City Creek, Piute, Otter Creek State Park, Singletree, Capitol Reef National Park (Fruita & Cathedral Valley) Sunglow, Elkhorn, Gooseberry (Salina), Twelve Mile Flat, Ferron Reservoir, Palisade State Park, Manti Community, Lake Hill, Yuba State Park (Painted Rocks & Oasis), Chicken Creek, Maple Canyon, Ponderosa, Bear Canyon, Gooseberry Reservoir, and Flat Canyon.

Nephi and Richfield Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"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 human-made lake or two. Located in central Utah in the geologic regions known as the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain Province, this is the second largest of Utah’s nine travel regions.

Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Little Sahara Recreation Area (White Sands & Oasis), Oak Grove, Maple Grove, Adelaide, Castle Rock - Fremont Indian State Park, City Creek, Piute, Otter Creek State Park, Singletree, Capitol Reef National Park (Fruita & Cathedral Valley) Sunglow, Elkhorn, Gooseberry (Salina), Twelve Mile Flat, Ferron Reservoir, Palisade State Park, Manti Community, Lake Hill, Yuba State Park (Painted Rocks & Oasis), Chicken Creek, Maple Canyon, Ponderosa, Bear Canyon, Gooseberry Reservoir, and Flat Canyon."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Richfield
Additional Use: Boat Launch/Ramp, Swimming, Ice Skating, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Birding, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, ATV/OHV, Rock Climbing
Local Contacts: BLM; Fillmore Ranger District; Capitol Reef National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Nephi and Richfield Area Campgrounds

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