If you're tent camping this a great campground and easy to find a site, but with a trailer it's a challenge. The sites are small and not intended for trailers, but there are quite a few sites you can fit into. If you're coming for the first come...
Great quiet location in Escalante with nice bathrooms with showers and laundry. The sites are cramped like pretty much all RV parks so I don't see that as a negative, everyone that stayed here was quiet and respectful. It gets busy on the weekends...
Hole in the rock road is where most adventures jump off from in Grand-Staircase, so this is a great place to base out of. The campsites are 2 minutes from the main highway so you do not have to take your rig down miles of dirt road, and Escalante...
If you need some peace and quiet away from the state parks this is the place to go. The other reviewer made it sound like you have to stay at least a week which is not true, it is cheaper to, but you can stay as little as one night which you can...
The sites here are very small and some extremely unlevel, stay far away from site 33, I had to use a hi-lift jack to get more blocks under the jack to even get level front to back. Most of the other sites were relatively level, but very small. I...
Like everyone else has said, between the trains, the kids, the tourists, it's what I would normally call a nightmare, but there's something about being camped right there next to the beach that sort of makes it okay. We came in on a Sunday during...
I didn't stay here, but I drove through and thought it should be added to the site. In the summer this could be a very good option if you don't have reservations in the park or don't want to take the risk of not getting one in Many Glacier or St....
There is plenty of boondocking in the snowy range area, and the views can't be beat. This site is the best in the area, although a little difficult to reach if you have a big rig.
There are 4-5 sites big enough for a decent size trailer, but...
Everyone else has said how great this place is, and I agree, so I will give some tips on how to get a site in the busy summer months.
In the summer this campground typically fills by 8am, which you can check here...
If St. Marys is full and you want to camp on the east side, this may be your best bet. This campground doesn't fill as early as the other big ones. We arrived at 7am to be safe and there were a few sites open already, and many more cleared out in...
"Hard to find a spot last minute"
"Quiet and clean fast wifi"
"Best location for boondocking in Escalante"
"Can't beat the price and quiet here"
"Not suited medium or large RV's"
"Seriously noisy but killer location"
"Best view in Snowy Range"
"Incredible area of Glacier"
"Great central location for Glacier"
"Only option in the area!"
"Sandy beach, watch out for the wind!"
"Best free boondocking in Moab"
"Cool location but the camping is tight"
"The best boondocking site near the Tetons"
"Hasn't been updated since the 70's, but a good location"
"Quiet and clean but not much to do"
"Straight up backwoods weirdness. "
"Beautiful location in the Redwoods"
"When you're in the middle of nowhere Nevada..."
"One of the most beautiful campgrounds around"
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