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When you think of camping in Utah, you may imagine skiing on fluffy powder or visiting downtown Salt Lake City or setting a world speed record on the Bonneville Salt Flats or photographing the amazing rock formations in Monument Valley. All of these can be accessed while visiting RV parks in Utah.
In Utah's northern region, you're in the most populated section of the state, which is a plus for those who enjoy shopping in beautiful metropolitan areas such as Salt Lake City, Provo or Ogden. While staying at one of the many RV Parks in Utah, visit the LDS Family History Library in
In Utah's northern region, you're in the most populated section of the state, which is a plus for those who enjoy shopping in beautiful metropolitan areas such as Salt Lake City, Provo or Ogden. While staying at one of the many RV Parks in Utah, visit the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City and learn more about your family's history. Enjoy sports competitions, take in a symphony, or visit a world class museum. Nearby Park City is one of the world's premier skiing venues. RV parks in Utah are often open year-round to take advantage of fabulous winter sports: cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowboarding. Camping in Utah gives you access to all this.
Because Utah has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, the state has dozens of National Scenic Byways designated throughout the state. Interested in Dinosaurs? While camping in Utah along the 480-mile Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway, visit the many museums and numerous sites where bones and tracks are still visible in the ground. Explore where Native American peoples lived in the vivid deserts of southeastern Utah while driving the Trail of the Ancients. The San Juan River, Pueblo Indian ruins and the vast Monument Valley are on the route.
Utah is filled with opportunities for water-oriented outdoor adventures for anyone camping in Utah. These include whitewater rafting on world-class rivers, fishing on blue-ribbon streams, and swimming in large reservoirs and lakes.
If you're not interested in working up a sweat while staying at RV parks in Utah, there are other pursuits. Bring along your binoculars and check out the more than 430 bird species, which have been identified in the state's array of habitats. Grab your fishing pole and try your skill at more than 1,000 fishable lakes and numerous streams. Catch rainbow and cutthroat trout, mackinaw and brown trout, striped bass, walleye, bluegill and whitefish.