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Utah has more than 300 public campgrounds for you to choose from

A number of agencies manage Utah's campgrounds. Of the 300+ campgrounds, the USDA Forest Service manages 190 and Utah State Parks manage 44; the Bureau of Land Management cares for another 46.

In addition, there are 40 national park, national monument, and national recreation area campgrounds, as well as 9 county and city campgrounds. Each offers a different take on camping in Utah and no two experiences will ever be the same, ensuring that every night spent outside is as thrilling as the last.

Since Utah is the thirteenth-largest state by area and covered in diverse and endless public lands, we've divided the state into several camping regions to help you locate and select a campground in the area of your choice. View the map and read the descriptions below to plan a weekend or week-long adventure.

For federal and state campgrounds or RV parks explore available sites and dates at:

Northern Utah


Highlights: Bear Lake State Park and the Logan ranger district of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

Golden Spike Empire

Highlights: Wasatch Front near Ogden and Brigham City and the Great Salt Lake (Antelope Island State Park)

Great Salt Lake Country

Highlights: Wasatch Front and West Desert


Highlights: Extensive campground options of the Wasatch Back and Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

Eastern and Central Utah


Highlights: Dinosaur National Monument, the Ashley National Forest and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area


Highlights: Fishlake National Forest and Capitol Reef National Park

Castle Country

Highlights: Manti-La Sal National Forest and San Rafael Swell

Southern Utah

Color Country

Highlights: Capitol Reef backcountry, Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks


Highlights: Canyonlands and Arches national parks, and multiple national monuments (Natural Bridges, Cedar Breaks), state parks (Snow Canyon, Kodachrome Basin and Dead Horse Point), and millions of acres of national forest land and BLM land.

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