The 10 Best RV Campgrounds in Utah

Some may claim that Utah is monochrome, but those who’ve camped within the state’s borders know the astounding beauty of the sparse landscape.

The 10 Best RV Campgrounds in Utah

With overarching blue skies, brilliant red hoodoos and goblins, and the shifting hues of the desert create a palette that’s unique to this rocky, sun-scorched state. No matter which campground you head to, picking up your RV at the Cruise America location in Salt Lake City is just a short drive away.

Here are 10 of the best RV campgrounds in Utah.

1. Goblin Valley


Goblins are rock and sand formations shaped by centuries of erosion and wind. The goblins at Goblin Valley are simply breathtaking, and you feel as if you’re in the middle of nowhere when you’re camping in Goblin Valley. No hookups, basic showers, and dump stations round out the amenities.
 
A good plan for all ages and truly beautiful!” – Brittley A.

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites:  23
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 50’
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

2. Aspen Grove RV Park



A brand new RV park and resort close to the highways in Northern Utah, Aspen Grove RV Park has all the hookups, clean facilities, and the gorgeous mountain backdrops you expect in Utah. Perfect for those visiting Golden Spike National Park.

 
Conveniently close to Freeway (but not too close) and brand new!” – James K.

  • Price: $48-55
  • Number of sites: 54
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 80’
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: Yes

3. Devils Garden Campground

 
If Arches National Park in Utah is on your bucket list, this is a perfect way to experience the area’s geological wonders. Devils Garden Campground is situated amongst piñon pines and juniper in a mix of sun and shade. There are no hookups, dump stations, or showers at this campground, but the views are unbeatable.  Click here for more camping options at Arches! 

 
This place is like a fantasy land from the moment you drive through the park entrance.” – Jason H.

  • Price: $25
  • Number of sites: 51
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 40’
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

4. Red Ledge RV Park



Close to Kanarraville, Utah, Red Ledge RV Park is near Kanarraville and Kalob Canyons, Navajo Lake, and Zion National Park. This campground is laid-back and cozy. 6 out of the 22 RV campsites are pull-through, and there are water and electrical hookups but no sewer.
 
Extremely close to the Kanarraville waterfall hike and close to Cedar City.” – Alexis P.
 

  • Price: $30-34
  • Number of sites: 22
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 40’
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

5. Dead Horse Point


 
This campground is smack in the middle of the most show-stopping scenery in Utah. The Colorado River Canyon is one of the most photographed places in the state. The sunset scene over the painted desert is something you’ll never forget when you visit Dead Horse Point.
 
The water table is too low in this area to fill up your RV, so you have to do it in Moab. There are also no sewer hookups, but there are 30- and 50- amp electrical hookups.
 
My favorite camping trip ever!” – Hudson P.

  • Price: $40-50
  • Number of sites: 44
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 65’
  • Hookups: Partial
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes 

6. Zion Canyon Campground

 
There are two spots in which to camp within Zion Canyon – South and Watchman Campgrounds. All RV sites have full hookups, except there are no sewer hookups at the riverside sites. There are shuttles to every spot around the canyon or for a quick visit to the many restaurants of Springdale, Utah.  Check out our full Zion National Park guide here.
 
Short walk to amazing Zion. Would definitely stay here again.” – David H.

  • Price: $69-109
  • Number of sites: 185
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 62’
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

7. North Campground


 
North Campground is right across the street from Bryce Canyon Visitor Center in southern Utah. A great jumping-off point to explore the box canyons and tors of this fantastic geological area, North Campground has no hookups, but it does have potable water and a dump station.  Check out our Bryce RV Camping Guide here.
 
If you have not seen those rock hoodoos in person, they seem to emit their own glow.” – Shay F.

  • Price: $20-30
  • Number of sites: 99
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 35’
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes 

8. Antelope Island State Park


 
This campground is the perfect place to appreciate the beauty of the Great Salt Lake in the Great Basin. Antelope Island State Park is a unique land formation right on the shore of the Great Salt Lake. Amenities don’t include hookups, but there are dump stations and showers at the beach.
 
There are bison, antelope, deer, and many other animals that call this island home.” – Alan B.

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites: 26
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 65’
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes 

9. Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area


 
In the middle of Lake Powell is the namesake of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area, an ancient rock monolith stretching out of the water. This is one of the only spots that you can camp directly on the shore of Lake Powell. There are no hookups and a mix of vault and flush toilets, but only a cold outdoor shower. The sunset views are unparalleled. 
 
Be careful of where you drive/park if you are not used to sand.” – Lynsey F.

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites: 75
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 50’
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: No

10. Kodachrome Basin


 
This extraordinary location is a geological wonder. Sedimentary pipes, which are long stone spires, jut out from the dirt floor, and the layers of sandstone reveal gradients of color and 180 million years of geological history.
 
There are three different campgrounds at Kodachrome Basin – Arch has partial hookups, Bryce View has no hookups, and Basin Campground has full hookups for RVs. 
 
This place is truly a Kodak moment. The rock structures throughout the park are incredible.” – Steve & Ashley G.

  • Price: $21-40
  • Number of sites: 48
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 60’
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Utah truly has something to offer to everyone. With hiking, biking, water sports, and more, these parks and campgrounds only scratch the surface of what you can find in this Western state.  So if you’re ready to head off to Utah, rent an RV with Cruise America and get started today!

For tons more, check out The Dyrt’s complete list of the best camping in Utah.

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