Utah State Park Campgrounds
The largest island in the Great Salt Lake is reached via a narrow road spanning seven miles from mainland to island. A visitor center orients guests with the biology, geology, history, and backcountry trail system. The Historic Fielding Garr Ranch, located at the southeast end of the island is open year-round. Antelope Island is home to a herd of 600 American bison. Island rangelands and shorelines are also home to antelope, deer, coyotes, bighorn sheep, shorebirds, and waterfowl. This park is an ideal spot for viewing sunsets over the Great Salt Lake. The campgrounds are primitive with pit toilets and no shower facilities. (Modern facilities, including hot showers and drinking water are located at the day-use area, approximately one-half mile away). More Information!
Bear Lake State Park - Rendezvous Beach is located on the south shore near Laketown on State Route 30. Rendezvous Beach includes the Willow (3), Cottonwood (1), and Big Creek (1) group-use campsites, and the Cottonwood (32), Birch(60) and Big Creek (49) campgrounds. All campgrounds provide restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers. The Birch and Big Creek campgrounds offer the utility hookups of power, water, and sewer. A wide, long sandy beach makes this a popular place. The park's Eastside areas provide four primitive campgrounds at South Eden (20), Cisco Beach (56), Rainbow Cove (13), and North Eden (10), along with boat ramps at First Point, Cisco Beach, and Rainbow Cove. In addition, South Eden has two group campsites. Activities include scuba diving, boating, and fishing. Drinking water is available at the South Eden Campground. The South Eden campsites can be reserved. All other Eastside campsites are first-come, first-served. More Information!
Reservations for the day-use pavilion at Camp Floyd State Park can be made by contacting the park at 801-768-8932. Fees for the pavilion are $40 per day. Large covered day use pavilion for groups of up to 100 people. PAVILION RENTAL FEES DO NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION TO MUSEUM OR INN. More Information!
Rippling arcs of rust-colored sand welcome you as you enter Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Contrasted by blue skies, juniper and pinion pines, and steep red cliffs, the park is a wonderful place for camping, photography, off-highway vehicle riding, and playing in the sand. The 22 site campground rests in a beautiful desert environment filled with juniper trees surrounded by coral pink sands. More Information!
Towering 2,000 feet directly above the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point State Park provides a breathtaking panorama of the sculptured pinnacles and buttes of Canyonlands National Park. A visitor center offers information on the history, geology, and biology of the area. The small and remote, but very popular, campground rests in a beautiful red rock desert environment. More Information!
Deer Creek State Park is easily accessible from the Wasatch Front; within one-half hour from Provo and an hour from Salt Lake City. The reservoir and park are extremely popular for recreation and camping. Major park activities are water-based, including boating, water skiing, sailing, windsurfing, swimming, and fishing. This park offers campgrounds for individual and group camping and Group day-use facilities are available at Sailboat Beach, Petersen, Island, and Rainbow Bay Walsburg Bay, located at the southwest end of the reservoir, and is available for group use camping from July 1st- October 31st (water may not be available after October 15th) and is open for day use only from November 1st to June 30th.. More Information!
Visitors to this park, enjoy boating, paddling, fishing, ice fishing in winter, water skiing, swimming, water sports, X-country skiing. Dixie Creek is a 33 site campground with full and partial RV hookups near the marina. Big Rock is located 4 miles from the main park, and while this area is primitive it offers seclusion from the busy main park activities.Relax in luxury in one of the 4 Yurts in the park or visit one of this parks two new cabin facilities to be completed spring of 2011.More Information!
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park features colorful deposits of mineralized wood. Visitors will enjoy hiking through the petrified forest. The nearby 130-acre Wide Hollow Reservoir provides water recreation and fishing. Off-highway vehicle riding areas are also nearby. The park is an ideal base for trips within the area, including Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. visitor center was built in 1991, and features petrified wood, petrified dinosaur bones, ammonite, and shell fossils More Information!
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum was established to preserve a treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. The museum visitor center offers a video program introducing visitors to the Fremont Indians. The museum is open daily and offers an up close look at the artifacts collected from the area. The Sam Stowe Campground offers 7 full hook-up sites with water ,power 30/50, and sewer. The area also has a large over night Group Site that will accommodate groups with a pavilion and RV power hook ups. The Castle Rock campground is nestled in a canyon approximately One-half mile from the visitor center. It offers a flush toilet and fresh running, drinking water at various locations in the campground.More Information!
This strange and colorful landscape is filled with bizarre sandstone rock formations called goblins. Visitors can wander off-trail to explore the geology and hike among the nooks and gnomes. This remote but very popular campground is a great base for exploring the goblins and the nearby San Rafael Swell. 24 site campground, group site, and 2 yurts with centrally located restroom and shower facilities. More Information!