List Of Places For Camping Near Kanab Utah
Camping and RV use are an American Past Time. Living in Kanab will allow you to get out and do some camping or RV camping in some of the most incredible places in the southwest. We think that you will have a hard time finding a better place to live than here. Camping near Kanab Utah is just a short drive away and you will love being able to take your family on trips with little effort to get there. We have a pretty good list here for you to get started on where to go to take the family camping. Make sure that when you are planning your camping trip, you use our site as a guide for information about the area and to see what else there is to do in the area.
Ashley National Forest Camping
Visitors will find campgrounds located throughout the Forest. Many of the campsites can be reserved prior to arrival by calling the US Forest Service National Reservation Center. There are also sites available first come first served in many of the campgrounds.
National Recreation Reservation Service
*Reservation Center address and phone numbers are subject to change over a period of years; please check with any Forest Service office if telephone or other communication contacts can not be made.
Dixie National Forest Camping
Extend your stay on the Dixie National Forest by camping at one of the campgrounds, dispersed camping, or staying in a historic guard station. Several campgrounds are located near lakes and reservoirs and have boating and fishing opportunities. Many recreation opportunities are available near campgrounds such as trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. There are also trails and primitive roads that are open to ATV and motorcycle riding. Many campgrounds are located on or near designated scenic byways, and several are within short drives of Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument. If you are looking for great camping near Kanab Utah, this is certainly a great place to head to.
Fishlake National Forest Camping
The Forest has 29 developed campgrounds and nine undeveloped campgrounds. Camping is allowed throughout the Forest, unless otherwise noted by Special Order.
In addition to our campgrounds, cabin rentals are available at Fish Lake, Gooseberry Administrative Site, and Aquarius Ranger Station.
Arches National Park Camping
Visit Arches and discover a landscape of contrasting colors, landforms and textures unlike any other in the world. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This red rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you with its trails, and inspire you with its sunsets.
Plan on spending at least a few hours in the park, exploring the scenic drive and several of the viewpoints and short trails. View the Traffic & Travel Tips page for advice on making the most of your time. While you are here, check out the now operating giant rope swing at the arch. This and all the other outdoor activities make Arches National Park one of the hottest spots for camping near Kanab Utah.
Bryce Canyon National Park Camping
Bryce Canyon National Park has two campgrounds, North and Sunset, located in close proximity to the visitor center, Bryce Canyon Lodge and the geologic wonder that is the Bryce Amphitheater. Both have restrooms with flush toilets, and drinking water. During the summer months coin-operated laundry and shower facilities are available at the general store nearby. There are no hook-ups in the campgrounds, but a fee-for-use dump station is available for RV users at the south end of North Campground.
Canyonlands National Park Hiking
Most visits to Canyonlands involve hiking, biking, boating or four-wheel driving in the park's backcountry. Overnight trips are common. For day trips, the Island in the Sky is the most accessible district, offering expansive views from many overlooks along the paved scenic drive, as well as several short hiking trails.
Follow the links below to read more about each activity and start planning your visit today.
Zion National Park Camping
Zion National Park has three campgrounds. South and Watchman Campgrounds are in Zion Canyon. The Lava Point Campground is about a 1-hour drive from Zion Canyon on the Kolob Terrace Road. There are no campgrounds in Kolob Canyons. Camping is permitted in designated campsites, but not in pullouts or parking lots. Camping is popular; all campgrounds are often full by early afternoon on weekends and holidays. During June, July, and August, the campgrounds are full every night. Reservations at Watchman Campground (see below) are recommended if you would like to guarantee a camping spot. If you are unable to make a reservation, the earlier in the day you arrive, the better your chance of getting a campsite.