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8 Most Scenic Places to Go Camping in Utah

Super-abundant in nature's exquisite occurrences, the red and sandy state of Utah truly is a camper's paradise.
Akshay Kulkarni Jul 23, 2019

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Arches National Park

This beautiful national park in north of Moab has one massive campground: Devil's Garden, which is open year-round and boasts 51 campsites.

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Monument Valley

Laced with couple of extensive campgrounds, this majestic red desert region makes for an incomparable camping experience. A permit for camping is a must.

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Zion National Park

Loaded with three campgrounds, the park also provides awesome trails and impressive canyoneering experiences. Reservations are necessary in the busy season (April to September).

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Canyonlands National Park

Three campgrounds with campsites available on the banks of the Colorado River, this park offers one of the best camping experiences in Utah.

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Camping besides the famous crimson-colored hoodoos in this park makes for one of a kind experience.

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Capitol Reef National Park

The park has three major campgrounds and numerous dispersed campsites spread across, the Fruita campground is the only fully developed one.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

The picturesque monument boasts two developed campgrounds which offers RV camping with electrical hookups.

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Dead Horse Point State Park

This park is famous among campers for its two comprehensive campgrounds, one of which even offers yurts.