Utah RV Camping
Utah RV Camping and Campgrounds
Utah RV camping offer great locations from private RV resorts located along the Colorado River, to primitive boondocking campsites at Goosenecks state park. Several national parks, numerous state parks, 5 national forests, and BLM administered lands are great Utah RV camping destinations.
Utah RV Parks and Campgrounds
Federal RV Camping Information
State RV Camping Information
Utah RV Dump Stations
Utah Free RV Camping And Boondocking
Free Utah RV camping is available at National Forest and BLM administered lands and dispersed RV camping (boondocking) is encouraged. The following list is only an example of free Utah RV camping locations.
East of Kanab is the beautiful Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. This National Monument has provided a great list of free camping sites around the Monument. This is remote country, so be prepared with plenty of water, food, and fuel. The rewards are great for those seeking the best RV camping sites.
Just 10 miles north of Mexican Hat is Goosenecks State Park. This primitive desert park has spectacular views. Picnic tables are scattered around the campground as there are no designated campsites, and only a vault toilet is provided. Hot temperatures in camping location.
Public lands surround Moab. Moab BLM (Bureau of Land Management) dispersed camping opportunities abound. North of Moab on the road to Dead Horse Point for example are several designated free RV and tent camping locations. There is a kiosk shortly after you start up the Dead Horse Point road with information about locations of the camping areas. BLM official Moab area Camping Page has additional information about campgrounds and dispersed camping locations.
Hamburger Rock Campground is Located north off highway 211, approximately 3 miles west of Canyonlands National Park. There are 8 campsites and $6 fee. No facilities other than picnic tables and fire pits. Check with th Monticello BLM Field Office for other dispersed camping opportunities.
Yuba State Park is administered closely with BLM (Bureau of Land Management). There is Dispersed Camping available for both RV's and "boat in" if you are prepared.
Public Utah RV Camping
Public campgrounds in Utah are located in beautiful and historic areas. State and federal campgrounds offer facilities from primitive to full RV hookup sites. The following list is only and example of the available public campgrounds available in Utah.
Our August 2007 – Campsite of the Month is located just outside Bluff. This BLM campground is an oasis for RV travelers. Any size RV campsites, vault toilets, water, trash and more.
Remotely located Natural Bridges National Monument offers first come first serve RV camping at it's 13 site campground. 26 foot maximum length limit, but we've heard larger rigs up to 33 feet will fit.
RV camping is available at Bryce Canyon National Park. The beautiful scenery, hiking and mule trails, and comfortable summer weather makes Bryce Canyon well worth the visit.
Primitive campsites and developed campgrounds are available for RV camping in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Administered by the BLM, these campgrounds are well off the beaten path, and well worth the visit.
LOGAN RANGER DISTRICT
The USDA Wasatch-Cache National Forrest offers great camping locations. The Logan Ranger District for example has 16 developed campgrounds. The Box Elder Campground is one example. From Highway 89/91 travel 4.5 miles east of Brigham City, Utah. Look for highway signing at town of Mantua.
The Little Creek Recreation Area is administered as a motorized recreation area and is a fun RV camping destination, even if you only watch the ATV, 4×4, and motorcycle riders. Over 250 designated campsites.
One of Utah's natural gems is Zion National Park. Spectacular scenery, hiking, biking, camping and more await you. Reservations recommended.
Public lands offer great Utah RV camping destinations. State, Federal, and private campgrounds have basic service campsites with picnic tables and fire rings, to full hookup RV resorts. Use the links to the public lands websites above for specific information about camping and public lands access. Research and explore, and you should have no trouble finding the best campsites.