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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Southern Utah

Many campers and adventurers opt for Southern Utah because of its five beloved national parks: Arches National Park in Moab, Bryce Canyon National Park in Bryce, Canyonlands National Park in Moab, Capitol Reef National Park in Torrey, and Zion National Park in Springdale.

If camping, exploring, glamping, and outdoor activities are what you want the most, the beautiful bright red landscape of Southern Utah is where you need to go.

Sand Hollow State Park is located near Zion National Park and is a great spot for camping as close to the red rock as possible. This newer part of the state park system is great for campers who love hiking angling, biking, and horseback riding. Red Cliffs Campground at the Red Cliffs Conservation area is another great place to camp on the cheap with running water available. Zion Backcountry Glamping and Zion Glamping Adventures are a couple of popular destinations for glamping.

Different campgrounds among all of Utah’s state parks vary significantly For example, Sand Hollow State Park’s western campground costs $38 for hookups and $28 for non-hookup sites. It depends on where you go, but for the most part, the campgrounds in Utah’s state parks are quite affordable.

In general, southern Utah is great for camping all year round. However, it is worth noting that temperatures get a bit uncomfortable in the summertime and are perfect in the wintertime.

Things to Do in Southern Utah

There are many things to do in southern Utah. Kolob Canyon is a fun place to drive through for some seriously scenic views. Gunlock Falls is a popular spot to visit to enjoy beautiful waterfalls. Mystic Hot Springs is a great place to soak and unwind after a long day of hiking and general outdoors-ing.

In addition to these great spots, there are activities abound in virtually every corner of southern Utah. You can enjoy everything from geological attractions to museum tours to art galleries. Southern Utah is a hotspot for hiking, both on-trail and off-trail, especially in Zion National Park. Horseback riding, boating, fishing, golfing, and biking are a few other popular activities available.

Places to Visit in Southern Utah

We also recommend visiting a few places that share both Southern and Central Utah, including Cedar Breaks National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Lake Powell, and Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.

In general, southern Utah has such gorgeous biological natural diversity that simply driving around the canyons and state parks is more than worth doing in lieu of visiting a tourist trap. This geological area boasts large washes, deep canyons, stretching arches, various types of cacti, unique rivers, and so much more.

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