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Richfield KOA HolidayDiscover Utah's best-kept secret! Richfield KOA is in Sevier County - home of the Paiute ATV Trail - Utah's Trail Country. This extensive trail system in central Utah covers more than 2,800 miles and connects three mountain ranges and various towns. This quiet, secluded KOA is tucked inside the town of Richfield, just off I-70. It's surrounded by Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Canyonlands and Arches national parks.Drive your ATV/UTV/jeep/motorcycle right from the campground and be on the trail in minutes. Rental UTV's are available onsite through Ride Elevated. Check out the new Pahvant mountain bike trail system that you can ride to from the campground. Visit Fremont Indian State Park and Museum, or take a drive to beautiful Fish Lake to fish or bike.This big-rig friendly KOA has long, level Pull-Thru RV Sites. Ten large Pull-Thru RV Sites open all year with self serve cash payment. Pool: Memorial Day - Labor Day max pull thru: 95 feet.
Fremont River RV ParkThe Fremont River RV Park sits on a single acre's worth of land in the small town of Loa, which is in southern Utah. It has fences that surround three sides of the property, with the only side that isn't fenced being the one that faces the road. This allows for the positioning of the entrance and subsequent exit of the campground. The roads on the property are comprised entirely of dirt and gravel. However, they are maintained by the staff of the park to the degree that most vehicles would be safe to drive on them. Just as southern Utah is known for its red rock, the Fremont River RV Park shares this same trait, with an abundance of the signature red rock making up the campground's composition.Currently, there are 18 RV sites on the property that guests can reserve to stay at. Of the eighteen, ten of them are back-in sites, while the remaining eight are pull-through sites. This gives guests the choice of which site would be optimal for them, their vehicle, and their RV. The park offers a variety of amenities and features at each of the eighteen sites, which includes a 30/50 AMP electricity hookup, water hookup, and sewage hookups.Other features and amenities available to guests staying at the Fremont River RV Park are picnic tables, a laundromat, showers, restrooms, and a dog park. One guest's comment regarding the bathrooms and the park reads, "This is a brand new RV park. On Google maps, it's still just an empty field. So, with it being brand new, the bathrooms are very clean." The park plans to expand this list of features to eventually include a canopy to provide a shady place its guests may use on a hot or rainy day, as well as fire pits where guests may enjoy each other's company by the warmth of a fire. To cater to those who may not have an RV that requires an RV site and hookups, the park is also planning to add six tent sites to the property in the near future.
Spring City, UT
Wind Walker HomesteadKick back, relax, and take in the beauty of Utah’s unique landscape on our 170-acre mountain valley ranch. Whether you’re looking to hit the Skyline Drive and Arapeen trails in the Manti-La Sal National Forest, hike, bike, or climb in Maple Canyon you’ll feel right at home with us. Or… do nothing at all for a day or two but enjoy the peace and quiet here at Wind Walker Homestead. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Canyons of Escalante RV ParkCanyons of Escalante RV Park is a family-owned business offering, unique cabins, full hook-up RV sites, and spacious tent sites. Located in Escalante, Utah on Main Street, just off of Scenic Byway 12, and surrounded by the pristine Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. We have all the amenities you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay, including private showers / laundromat (for use by registered guests only), and onsite dining at Georgie's Outdoor Mexican Cafe. Escalante's most popular adventures are only moments away.Welcome to the friendliest, most established RV campground in Escalante! We are a family owned and operated RV Park that knows what it takes to create a great RV experience because we are RVers. Come enjoy our clean facilities while you explore our extraordinary deserts and canyonlands. We are conveniently located on Main Street, allowing ease of access to shopping, dining, and the visitor center nearby.
Page Lake Powell CampgroundWelcome to Page Lake Powell Campground, in the heart of the Grand Circle among some of the most spectacular national parks in the American West. Our campground is located in Page, Arizona, just minutes away from world-famous Lake Powell, surrounded by Arizona's scenic desert landscape.
Up The Creek CampgroundYour quest to find a tent only Moab Campground can stop. Base all of your adventures and exploring in Arches & Canyonlands National Parks from Moab's best, Up the Creek Campground.Just two blocks from Main Street, Up The Creek is a cozy, urban campground - an oasis of peace and relaxation in the heart of Moab. Our 15 site, tent-only, park & walk to your site campground is nestled within a grove of large shade trees next to a cooling perennial stream.We are located off the beaten path, yet a just a short walk to Moab's many restaurants and shops. Our close proximity to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as well as the World Famous Slick Rock Bike Trail gives you easy access to any adventure you choose!Up the Creek Campground was established in 1989 and has served multitudes of happy campers since then. In 2022 we sustained a 500 year flood which damaged and altered the property significantly, forcing the campground to close for the remainder of the season. As we rebuild, we are taking the opportunity of a clean slate to make the campground more sustainable and environmentally friendly to our desert surroundings. Up the Creek will have a different look and feel yet will still serve as an oasis in the high desert as well as the perfect base camp for your adventures.
HTR MoabHTR Moab Lodge & Cottages (formerly ACT Campground) offers luxury deluxe vacation rental cottages, rustic rooms, lodge residence, and tent sites all just a short drive to downtown Moab, Utah, and multiple national parks. Guests are encouraged to explore the desert and return to base camp at HTR Moab. One of the highlights of our location is our unique community kitchen on the property that allows you to meet a community of one-of-a-kind adventurers just like you.
Vernal / Dinosaurland KOA HolidayEnjoy a perfect getaway with the family and explore one of the state's most beautiful and undiscovered regions.This region is nicknamed "Dinosaurland" due to the wide range of fossils discovered in the area. You can learn more about the ancient history of these fossils by visiting museums and exhibits, but the fun does not stop there. Explore the beautiful natural landscapes with slot canyons, arches and more.If you are looking for Vernal, Utah, campgrounds, Vernal / Dinosaurland KOA Holiday is the perfect spot for you and your family. It is the ideal location for exploring the local area, and there is plenty to do right on the premises.
Flying U Country Store & RV ParkThe only thing better than camping under the beautiful Utah sky is staying on a property that has delicious food daily! From breakfast sandwiches to Hamburgers, there is yummy food to snack on or take with you on your adventures exploring Utah. Let Flying U be the place for you!
Sevier River RV ParkWelcome to Utah's newest park—Sevier River RV Park! Camp along the Sevier River and fall asleep to the sounds of nature. Enjoy miles of trail riding with gorgeous views of Fishlake National Forest with their half-day ATV/UTV rentals. Other fun activities include horseback riding, white water rafting, fishing, hiking, and more. Only 1.5 hours from Capitol Reef National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park! Sevier River RV Park provides everything you need for your outdoor Utah adventure!
Mystic Hot SpringsProducer/Director/Artist Mike Ginsburg was traveling in his bus back to Denver from the last Vegas Dead shows in 1995 when he stumbled into Mystic Hot Springs. He instantly realized that everything he was looking for was right there. Miraculously, he was able to purchase the resort. He’s been working there since 1996! He has used his artistic talent to add new soaking areas, restore pioneer cabins, promote many wonderful concerts, produce DVDs, create stunning lampwork glass jewelry, and bring a special energy to this wonderful place.
Big Rock Candy Mountain RVWhen you are looking for an RV Park near Marysvale, UT, look no further than Big Rock Candy Mountain. Located near the border between Piute and Sevier Counties, on Historic Heritage Highway 89, just 5 miles north of Marysvale, UT and 7 miles south of Interstate 70. The RV Park features mature trees, fire pits at each site, FREE Laundry and Showers. You can literally step out the front door of your cabin, hop on your ATV or UTV, and you’re on the world famous Paiute ATV Trail in seconds.The Paiute ATV Trail contains hundreds of miles of trails and side trails, crossing through towns and counties, over mountain ranges and streams. This well marked Trail has been featured in several national magazines, and is a favorite of both locals and visitors. Ample parking for trucks and trailers is available at Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort. In order to hold reunions at the Large Grass Area at the RV Park, guests must now reserve RV parking spaces 25-28.
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