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Utah State Park Campsites

Camping in Utah means a chance to sleep outdoors in what is inarguably one of the most beautiful places on earth. Dramatic canyons, alpine meadows and scenic lakes are just some of the few things to keep you coming back.

Utah State Parks have partnered with Tentrr to let visitors camp in style with fully-equipped, safari-style wall tents. Whether you're after camping with a backdrop of blazing red rocks or never ending lake views, have a secluded spot all set up and ready for you.

All State Park sites include our full Signature kit and are set apart from other sites, so no noisy neighbors. The added bonus – all State Park facilities such as showers, flush toilets, and water are available on-site.

Highlights:

  • All set up and ready-to-camp
    (including canvas tent, pop-up tent, queen size bed, camp table & benches, Adirondack chairs, fire pit & grill, and more)
  • Access to on-site State Park facilities
    (showers, flush toilets, and more)
  • Sites have parking nearby
  • Most locations are pet friendly

Utah is a state unlike any other. Go to the south and you’ll experience grand red rock cliffs and coral pink sand dunes, but travel four hours north and you’ll be in lush pine forests with some of the best skiing, snowshoeing, and backpacking anywhere.

And there is history to be found everywhere you look, and while we do mean that there’s historic pioneer buildings and Pony Express stops, there’s also ancient rock art and ruins everywhere you look. Find the right park and the right guide book, and you’ll be transported two thousand years back in time to a place where massive stone towers were built (as in Hovenweep) or magnificent rock art panels are on display (such as Nine Mile Canyon or Newspaper Rock).

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Or if you want to get wet, there’s the mighty Green River for rafting, and the Colorado which leads into Lake Powell--a must see stop for boaters and fishing.

Boasting the most National Parks of any state in America, with one visit you’ll see why we can’t get enough of Utah’s outdoors.

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