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To experience the west like never before, camping in Utah should be on the top of your list. With five of the most beautiful national parks and many other outdoor experiences, it’s no wonder over 20 million people visit the state each year.
Plan your camping trip to Utah between spring and fall for the best experience. Utah winters are bitter cold, and many campgrounds close for the season.
Go hiking, biking, or climbing in many of Utah’s parks. If you’re winter camping, check out the ski slopes in Park City or Ogden. For a relaxed pop culture moment, check out Forrest Gump Point.
If you’re visiting Utah in the fall, you don’t want to miss Snowbird’s Oktoberfest and the Sundance Film Festival, if you can score a ticket!
The ‘mighty 5’ national parks that should be a must-see on any camper's list are Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands National Parks.
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