Southern Utah Campgrounds

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Full Service Campgrounds

Cedar City KOA

1121 N. Main St
Cedar City, Utah 84720
435-586-9872
http://cedarcitycampgrounds.com/

Location: North end of Cedar City, west of Cedar Ridge Golf Course

Description: Boasting all the amenities you would ever want in a campground, the Cedar City KOA includes a swimming pool, laundry services, a 61-inch screen movie theater, fool hook-up RV sites, and a shaded tent area. It also features family reunion cottages and small "Kamping Kabins," which include a porch swing.

Season: Year round

Country Aire RV Park

1700 N Main St
Cedar City, UT 84720
435-586-2550

Location: North end of Cedar City, north of Cedar Ridge Golf Course

Description: This RV park offers 48 full hook-up RV sites and 18 tent sites. It includes restrooms with flush toilets and showers.

Season: Year round

Forest Service/National Park Campgrounds

Cedar Canyon Campground

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Location: 13 miles east of Cedar City on UT 14
Description: This U.S. Forest Service campground among aspens, spruce and fir offers 17 campsites and one group site. It features culinary water and two vault toilets. It can accommodate RVs that are 24 feet long or less but does not offer full hook-ups. It lies near Woods Ranch, which boasts a children-only fishing pond.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Duck Creek Campground

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Location: 30 miles east of Cedar City on UT 14, adjacent to Duck Creek Pond
Description: Beneath a canopy of aspens and ponderosa pines, this U.S. Forest Service campground offers 93 campsites and four group sites. It can accommodate RVs up to 24 feet long but does not offer full hook-ups. It sits next to the Duck Creek Visitor Center, which features exhibits and provides valuable information so that visitors can make the most of their stay. The campground also includes flush toilets, culinary water, and an amphitheater for interpretive programs.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Navajo Lake Campground

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Location: 25 miles east of Cedar City on UT 14 to the Navajo Lake turnoff, then south and west on the Navajo Lake Road approximately 2.5 miles
Description: Located on the shores of Navajo Lake, this U.S. Forest Service campground provides a scenic setting for fishing. The campground lies adjacent to Navajo Lake Lodge, which offers boat rental and groceries. The campground itself offers 27 total campsites, culinary water, three flush toilets, and a public boat ramp. It can accommodate RVs up to 24 feet long but does not offer full hook-ups. A dump station is located two miles up the road. A trail from the campground connects to the Virgin River Rim Trail.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Panguitch Lake North Campground

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Location:. 16 miles southwest of Panguitch on UT 143 (50 miles northeast of Cedar City)
Description: Only ½ mile from the shores of Panguitch Lake, the campground offers 47 campsites and three group sites. It can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long but does not offer full hook-ups. A dump station is nearby. The campground includes culinary water, three flush toilets, and an amphitheater. Panguitch Lake is a prime fishing spot for brown, brook and rainbow trout. The surrounding area includes gas stations, grocery stores, and boat launch and rental facilities.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Panguitch Lake South Campground

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Location: 16 miles southwest of Panguitch on UT 143 (50 miles northeast of Cedar City)
Description: Located only a half mile from the shores of Panguitch Lake, an ideal spot for landing rainbow, brown and brook trout, the campground offers 17 campsites. It includes culinary water and two flush toilets. The Forest Service does not recommend RVs enter this campground. The surrounding area includes gas stations, grocery stores, and boat launch and rental facilities.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Point Supreme Campground

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Location: 23 miles east of Cedar City on UT 143 and UT 148
Description: Located just east of the Cedar Breaks National Monument Visitor Center, this campground is set amid meadows and spruce and fir forests. Offering 28 campsites on a first-come, first-served basis, it features running water and flush toilets. Though no RV hook-ups are available, the campground can accommodate larger, self-contained motor homes.
Season: Mid-June – September

Spruces Campground

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Location: 25 miles east of Cedar City on UT 14 to the Navajo Lake turnoff, then south and west on the Navajo Lake Road for approximately 2.5 miles
Description: Located near the shores of Navajo Lake, this U.S. Forest Service campground offers 31 total campsites complete with culinary water and flush toilets. It can accommodate RVs up to 24 feet long or less but does not offer full hook-ups. A dump station is located two miles up the road. The lake is an excellent spot for landing brook trout or rainbow trout. Nearby Navajo Lake Lodge offers boat rentals.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Te-Ah Campground

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Location: 25 miles east of Cedar City on UT 14 to the Navajo Lake turnoff, then south and west on the Navajo Lake Road for approximately 4.5 miles
Description: Located on the west end of Navajo Lake, Te-Ah Campground is set among a large stand of quaking aspens. It offers 41 single units and one group unit, designated for bike tour groups. It boasts running water, flush toilets, and an adjacent dump station. It can accommodate RVs up to 24 feet long. The campground is located near the 11.5-mileNavajo Lake Loop mountain bike trail and near the shores of the lake, a prime spot for landing brook or rainbow trout.
Season: Mid-June – Labor Day Weekend

Yankee Meadows Campground

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Location: Located 34 miles from Cedar City; drive up northbound Interstate 15 for 19 miles until you reach Parowan. Take exit 78 into Parowan and connect to UT 143 south, drive up the canyon approximately three miles then turn left at Five Mile and follow the signs to the lake, approximately six miles from the turnoff from UT 143.
Description: This picturesque campground, located one mile away from a small lake, offers 29 total campsites. It features culinary water and vault restrooms. Two of its campsites can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long, while the rest of its units can comfortably fit RVs 24 feet and shorter. No hookups are available. The lake is an excellent spot to fish for brook and rainbow trout.
Season: Memorial Day Weekend – Labor Day Weekend

Bryce Canyon Area Campgrounds Full Service

Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground

1280 S. Highway 63
Bryce Canyon, UT
435-834-5301
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Location: One mile north of the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park on UT 63
Description: Nestled amid ponderosa pines, Ruby's Inn boasts 200 campsites with full hook-ups, shaded tent sites and large group sites, as well as cabins and tipis. Cabins include log furniture and electric lighting. Campground amenities include a swimming pool, a hot tub, a laundromat, a camper store, and restrooms with showers.
Season: Year round

Forest Service/National Park

King Creek Campground

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Location: Adjacent to Tropic Reservoir, approximately seven miles south of UT 12; turn right on E. Fork Road, an improved gravel road, right before the turnoff to UT 63.
Description: This U.S. Forest Service campground includes 37 units that will accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length. It offers drinking water, flush toilets, a group fire circle, and fishing for rainbow, brook and brown trout on Tropic Reservoir.
Season: Mid-May – Labor Day Weekend

North Campground (Bryce Canyon National Park)

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Location: Opposite the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center
Description: Set in the midst of a ponderosa pine forest, the North Campground boasts 107 total sites in four loops, two of which are specifically for RVs. There are no hookups, but a dump station is nearby. The campground is close to Sunrise Point and a general store. It includes restrooms and running water. Laundry and shower facilities are available at the nearby general store.
Season: May 15 – September 30

Red Canyon Campground

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Location: In Red Canyon, along UT 12, within walking distance of the Red Canyon Visitor Center
Description: Surrounded by ponderosa pines and red hoodoos similar to those in Bryce Canyon National Park, this U.S. Forest Service campground includes 37 units. It can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet long. Its amenities include culinary water, flush toilets, shower facilities, and a dump station. The campground also boasts a volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and an extensive trail system, which provides a closer view of nearby colorful rock formations.
Season: Mid-May – end of September

Sunset Campground (Bryce Canyon National Park)

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Location: Opposite Sunset Point, approximately 1.5 miles south of the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center
Description: Set in the midst of ponderosa pines, this campground offers 101 total sites along three loops. One loop is specifically for RVs less than 45 feet long. The campground includes running water and restrooms. Laundry and shower facilities are available at the nearby general store. Its location near Sunset Point makes it close to popular trailheads, such as the Navajo Trail.
Season: May 15 – September 30


 




 

 

 

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