Best Places to Camp in Utah Including Surrounding Attractions

Best Places to Camp in Utah

One of the best places to camp in Utah is the Moab area, but did you know there is so much more to see? The Mighty 5 National Parks, Valley of the Gods, and more. Utah is one of those states a person can visit over and over and never get tired of the scenery. My favorite seasons for visiting Utah are spring and fall. I find it too hot in the summer months. I’m a weather weenie though.

best places to camp in utah

North Utah RVing And Camping

North Utah isn’t just where Salt Lake City is located but also includes several National Monuments and Recreation Areas and The Great Salt Lake perfect for RVing and camping.

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Things to do In North Utah

Best Places to Camp in Utah – North

South Utah RVing and Camping

Southern Utah is home to five National Parks also referred to as the Mighty 5. Each of these parks is more than worth a multi-day visit. The scenery and camping alone are over the top fantastic. After researching things to do in Utah, I’m feeling the need to go back and do all the things I found.

I can’t begin to tell you how magical South Utah is. Around every corner is an amazing rock formation, spectacular canyon, or an incredible sunset. Boondocking locations are numerous and secluded sites can be found if you’re willing to venture off the beaten path.

I’d particularly suggest you visit Valley of the Gods. Located in Southeast Utah and very remote and out of the way, it’s such a worthwhile place to see. Below, I have linked my post from several days of boondocking in Valley of the Gods. While you’re there, don’t miss Monument Valley and take a photo of your rig where Forest Gump stopped running.

Things to do In South Utah

Best Places to Camp in Utah – South

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2 thoughts on “Best Places to Camp in Utah Including Surrounding Attractions”

  1. I am totally in love with Utah, especially Bryce Canyon and would love to go back in a different season. I have been there twice and both times in February. I will be back someday, and will use your guide if I go back to camp. Thanks so much for all of the details!

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