By price of entry I mean you gotta get up at 8am 4 months before your arrival to reserve your spot online. I got very lucky and reserved the last spot- Site 9 which is an ADA accessible site in June which is apparently a verifiable camping...
We got lost on the way to this park despite a very large sign telling us where to turn off from highway 191 but it's very easy to reach from Watch for Cottontail Rabbits on the road- they seem suicidal especially at twilight.
The park is nestled...
Sunrise is 10 minutes up the mountain from Bear Lake so it's fairly popular and books early. Logan Canyon is one of the most scenic mountain passes in Utah and deserves it's own day of exploration. There are many campgrounds on the way through the...
There are 2 campgrounds directly across each other in this area. Panguitch Lake South is walk-in only.
Panguitch Lake North can be reserved via Recreation.org. Most sites in the North campground are billed as double so you pay 34 a night plus a...
This campground is so beautiful!
The high fee and 2 night minimum is totally worth it. We stayed in site number 2 which has a trail leading right up to a winding brook that was a roaring cascade due to snow melt. Everywhere you look there is...
We camped over Fathers Day weekend so maybe that explained all the large happy multi generational groups sharing sites. This campground has the largest sites in a string of National Forest campgrounds. The rates for the different campgrounds vary...
I love this place!!! Gorgeous forested canyons, plenty to see, lots of walking and ATV trails. A great Museum to duck into when it rains. This is the perfect place for families.
Last year we stayed in Teepee spot 30. That teepee was damaged and...
Sandcreek RV Park is a small independent business with no frills other than good service, perfectly clean bathrooms, hot water and heated cabins.
The cabins are 35 a night, small and fit 1 chair, 1 small table and 1 double sized bed.
"Incredible spot totally worth the price of entry"
"Beautiful park with water access and dinosaur footprint trail"
"Very close to Bear Lake.Great rates for area."
"Terrible site with no privacy and expensive for no amenities"
"Incredibly gorgeous and easy to get to"
"Beautiful, next to river and family oriented"
"AMAZING State Park. Castle Rock Campground is a Utah favorite"
"simple, warm and functional"
"Not for the faint of heart"
"Ladyfinger Tent only Campsite- beautiful in it's austerity"
"Run down, noisy but great for ATV enthusiasts"
"Dusty but beautiful campground inside Great Basin National Park"
"Ugly, noisy and staff can be rude"
"We had a great time but that was due to company not the area"
"Tent Village has great service and plenty of wildlife to see"
"AMAZING!!!! Beautiful, comfortable. Near Zion NP"
"stunning views, great staff, funky shop and restaurant"
"noisy and very hot during the daytime"
"Too pricy but good for families. Park is fantastic."
"Gorgeous location. Bit of a drive from main park entrance"
"Disaster! Noisy and buggy"
"Fantastic family camping- safe, beautiful and plenty to do"
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