Camping & RV Parks

Southern Utah has many camping opportunities from primitive camps to RV Parks. High Mountain camping generally is open June through September. Public campgrounds include Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar Canyon, Duck Creek, Navajo Lake and Panguitch Lake.

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Cedar City Area

Best Western Plus Cedar City and RV Parks
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50 W. 200 N., Cedar City
(435)586-1234

10 RV hookups all pull through, dump station, laundry, pool, and restaurants nearby. Points of interest include the historic Union Pacific Railroad Station now converted into a restaurant. The RV Park is located across from the City Park. Closest RV Park to Southern Utah University.

BNB Swiss & RV Park
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436 South Cross Hollow Rd, Cedar City
(251)404-7184
www.bnbswiss.com

A Swiss Bed & Breakfast and RV Park in the heart of southern Utah featuring Swiss Breakfast with homemade bread, sausage, Muesli, real Swiss cheese, bacon, and eggs prepared fresh on demand.

Cedar Break RV Park
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1700 N. Main, Cedar City
(435)586-2550
www.cedarbreaksrv.com

This commercial campground features 48 RV hookups with 40 pull through, water, toilets, showers, grills, laundry and dump station. Easy access to Cedar Ridge Golf Course and I-15.

KOA Campground
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1121 N. Main, Cedar City
(435)586-9872 or 800-562-9873

105 RV hookups with 62 pull through, tenting, water, toilets, showers, grills and dump station. Easy access to Cedar Ridge Golf Course and I-15. The campground also has three warm cottages (one pet friendly), complete with cable TV, fully furnished kitchens, bedrooms, & private bathrooms. Also includes microwaves, swamp coolers, heat, pool (open Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day weekend), Free Wi-Fi, Data-Port available, full service laundry available, theatre, horseshoes, large tent available for re-unions/large groups, pavilion, fire-pit/fire ring available, fax available, convenience store, nearby restaurants & family re-union planning available.

Red Ledge
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15 N Main, Kanarraville (12 miles south of Cedar City)
(435)586-9150

22 RV hookups with 6 pull through, tenting, water, toilets, showers, grills, laundry, dump station, hot tub, small country store and Wi-Fi.

Three Peaks Recreation Area
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10 miles west of Cedar City
(435)865-5325

17 individual camping sites with shaded picnic table, trash bin and fire ring. A restroom facility is located in the campground with water. Overnight camping is only permitted in the designated campground area. All picnic and campground sites are on a first come-first served basis.

Cedar Canyon / Cedar Breaks

Cedar Breaks National Monument Campground
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Open mid June to late September
25 miles SE. of Cedar City on Scenic Byway Hwy U-148
(435)586-9451

25 tenting sites. Ten sites can be reserved online six months in advance at www.recreation.gov. The remaining 15 sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A small number of campsites can accommodate RVs; however, there are no water or electric hookup. Flush toilets, showers, and firewood (donations appreciated) are available to all campers. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Cedar Canyon
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Open May to September
11 miles S.E. of Cedar City off Scenic Byway Hwy U-14
(435)865-3200

17 tenting sites, water, toilets, grills and central dumpster bins. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. For reservations call 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov. The campground provides scenic views. Nearby Woods Ranch features a fishing pond for the kids and is the start of the Virgin River Rim Hiking and Mountain Biking Trail. The campground is at an elevation of 8,100 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Deer Haven
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Open June to September
15 miles S.E. of Cedar City off Scenic Byway Hwy U-14

Tenting, water, grills, amphitheater and large group fire ring. This campground is a group area only, call for reservations at 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov. The area provides scenic views and excellent hiking and biking opportunities. Deer Haven is at an elevation of 8,900 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Parowan Area

Red Creek – Paragonah Reservoir
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Open June to October
5 miles North of Paragonah.

Turn east on Center Street in Paragonah and follow road up canyon. Site amenities include restroom, primitive camping and launch area for small boats. Great fishing, boating, scenery. Elevation 7,971 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Sportsmen’s Country
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492 N. Main, Parowan
(435)477-3714

36 RV hookups with 18 pull through, tenting, water, toilets, showers, phones, dump station, family restaurant, RV storage. Visit nearby Parowan Gap Petroglyphs, Brian Head Ski and Summer Area, Cedar Breaks National Monument and the area’s many historical Sites.

Yankee Meadow
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Open May to September
17.5 miles S.E. of Parowan of National Scenic Byway Hwy U-143
(435)865-3200

30 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings, 1 double site with picnic tables and fire rings, ATV corral for all OHV parking, drinking water, and vault toilets. No garbage disposal, please pack it out. Reservations are first come, first served. Fees are $12 for campsite and $24 for double site. Open season is Memorial Day – Labor Day. Restrictions: Quite hours between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., campfires in developed fire pits only, fireworks are prohibited, dogs must be on leash, OHV/ATV use prohibited in the campground (ATV parking available), and maximum length of stay: 14 days. Elevation is 8,500 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Duck Creek & Navajo Lake

Duck Creek Campground
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Open May to September
30 miles east of Cedar City along Scenic Byway Hwy U-14
(435)865-3200 or 877-444-6777

94 Sites. Tenting, water, toilets, grills, and picnic tables. Great fishing. Convenience store and gas station at Duck Creek Village (many movies were shot in this area, including How the West Was Won and My Friend Flicka). For reservations call 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov. At an elevation of 8,600 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Navajo Lake Campground
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Open June to September
25 miles East of Cedar City off Scenic Byway Hwy U-14
(435)865-3200 or 877-444-6777

28 Sites. Tenting, picnic tables, water, toilets, dump station, convenience store, gas station, and lodge. The campground is handicap accessible. Navajo Lake provides fishing, boating, and boat launch. Elevation 9,200 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Te-Ah Campground
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Open June to September
27 miles east of Cedar City off Scenic Byway Hwy U-14
(435)865-3200 or 877-444-6777

42 RV and tenting sites with picnic tables, water, toilets, and dump station. Boating and fishing available at nearby Navajo Lake. For reservations call 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov. Te-Ah is at an elevation of 9,200 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.

Zion National Park

South Campground
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Open March to late November
South entrance to the Park
(435)772-3256 or 877-444-6777

121 campsites (including three wheelchairs accessible) available first-come, first-served. There are no hook-up. Campsites are $20 per night. Picnic tables, water, toilets, dump station, and handicap accessible. Elevation 4,000 feet. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions. (The number of available campsites may vary throughout the year.)

Watchman Campground
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South entrance to the Park
(435)772-3256 or 877-444-6777

There are 178 sites, including 2 wheelchair accessible sites and 7 group sites. Picnic table, water, toilets, and dump station. Elevation 4,000 feet, open year round. For reservations call 1-877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov; available up to six months in advance. *Late November to late February sites are first come, first served. (The number of available campsites may vary throughout the year.)

Lava Point
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Open May to September
About a 1-hour drive from Zion Canyon on the Kolob Terrace Road
(435)772-3256 or 877-444-6777

There are 6 primitive campsites available first come, first served; includes pit toilets and trash cans, but no water. Vehicles longer than 19 feet are not permittede on the road to the campground. There is no charge for camping. Situated at 7890 feet above sea level, it is off the Kolob Terrace Road, 25 miles (45 minutes) north of the town of Virgin. It takes approximately one hour and 20 minutes to drive to the campground from the South Entrance of Zion Canyon. In the Spring and Fall, weather conditions can change rapidly along the Kolob Terrace Road that leads to the Lava Point Campground. Check here for Road Conditions. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions. (The number of available campsites may vary throughout the year.)

Bryce Canyon National Park

North Campground
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East of Park Entrance Center
(435)834-5322 or 877-444-6777
www.nps.gov/brca

99 sites in 4 loops; A, B, C, D. All sites are limited to ten people with no more than six adults (adults = ages 16 and up), three tents and two vehicles. Cost is $20 per tent site/per night & $30 per RV site/per night. 13 RV sites are available for reservation during certain times of the year in Loop A. All other sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Loops A & B are for RV campers. Loops C & D are for tent campers. There is no sewer, water or electrical hook-ups available. A dump station is available in summer months at the south end of the campground for a $5 use fee. Potable water is available near the dump station. Picnic tables, grills, water, toilets, showers, laundry, and convenience store. The campground is at an elevation of 8,000 feet and is open year-round. To make reservations, call (877) 444-6777 or click www.recreation.gov. Reservations for these sites can be made from 6 months to 2 days in advance (minimum advance reservation is two days).

Sunset Campground
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Open late Spring to late September
2 miles south of Park Entrance
(435)834-5322 or 877-444-6777
www.nps.gov/brca

100 sites in 3 loops; A, B, & C. Loops A is for RV campers. Loops B & C are for tent campers. 20 tent sites in Loop B are available for reservation during certain times of the year. All sites are limited to ten people with no more than six adults (adults = ages 16 and up), three tents and two vehicles. Cost is $20 per tent site/per night and $30 per RV site/per night. All other sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Picnic tables, grills, water, toilets, and group sites. RV and trailer combinations over 45 feet are discouraged, but not prohibited. At an elevation of 8,000 feet. To make reservations, call (877) 444-6777 or click www.recreation.gov. *Opening and closing months may vary due to snow conditions.