Camping in Utah is a great way to get away from it all. The state park that you choose to camp at will offer many things to do, ranging from Para-sailing and biking, to horseback riding and hiking. But perhaps it's the miles of outdoor trails that will make your camping trip truly memorable. There's so much to do in Utah, it's no wonder there are so many RV camping destinations.
If you are looking for a truly out-of-the-way camping spot, camping in Utah means hiking along old wagon roads, through deep canyons, over rugged ridge tops, or up wind across rocky cliffs. There's a wilderness adventure for every traveler. In addition to hiking and camping, you can also enjoy the sights and sounds of the Wasatch Mountains. At night, Utah offers magnificent views of the Salt Lake Valley and the juniper forests of the North Fork Mountains.
Many campgrounds in Utah have amenities such as drinking water. But even if you don't drink the water, you'll still need to bring your own drinking water. To avoid this, look for a campground that offers a septic system, so your family doesn't need to lug buckets with you everywhere. Another great thing about a campground that offers drinking water is that they generally have hook ups for toilets, showers, and bathrooms. If the campground you choose does not offer these facilities, look for a place that does; you'll be glad you did.