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Goosenecks State Park
Blanding, Utah


Cost: $10.00
Description
25 miles west of Bluff on US 163; W on SR 261, then SW on SR 316. $10 primitive camping. Vault toilets, no hookups or drkg water. All year; 14-day limit. Picnicking, photography, nature viewing, sightseeing. Primitive park provides views of rare geologic formation known as an entrenched meander. -Sara Bell
Devils Canyon
Blanding, Utah
U.S. Forest Service

Cost: $10.00
Description
Devils Canyon Campground is located 13 miles south of Monticello on US Highway 191 approximately 1/4 mile off the highway at an elevation of 7,400 feet. Ponderosa pines, pinyon pines, and junipers cover the area, offering limited shade. Summer temperatures are warm in the day and cool in the evening. The campground contains 42 single-family sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Restrooms and drinking water are provided. Parking spurs are paved. Open May to October.
Gas-N-Go Conoco
Green River, Utah


Cost: $0.00
Description
Stay overnight for free in the huge parking lot at this truck stop which is right off I-70 at exit 160 on the west end of town. You'll typically find a lot of trucks, but the lot is enormous, so you should find a place, perhaps toward the back where you might find a little peace and quiet from truck and train noise. FreeCampground.com readers report the WiFi is excellent. The address is 970 West Main Street.
Gunlock State Park
Gunlock, Utah


Cost: $13.00
Description
15 miles northwest of St. George off I-91. $13. 5 sites. No hookups or drkg water, pit toilets, tbls. Boating, kayaking, sailing, canning, fishing, swimming water boarding, paddle boating.
Echo Canyon Rest Area
Henefer, Utah


Cost: $0.00
Description
The Echo Canyon rest area is located on I-80 in the westbound lanes just east of the junction of I-80 with I-84 near Echo Reservoir. The Echo Canyon Welcome Center is accessible via eastbound lanes. No “camping” (as in tents) is permitted but sleeping in RVs is okay as long as they are in travel-ready mode (no slide outs or levelers extended).
Quail Creek State Park
Hurricane, Utah


Cost: $15.00
Description
From I-15 exit 16 about 10 mi W of Hurricane, three miles E on SR 9; left (N) on N5300W Rd to park entrance at W shore of Quail Creek Lake. $15. 23 sites. No hookups. 14-day limit. 45' RV max. Water, modern restrooms, boat ramp, grills, fire pits, picnic tables, swimming, fishing, kayaking, water skiing. -Sara Bell
Piute State Park
Junction, Utah


Cost: $10.00
Description
From I-70 W, take exit 23 to US 89 S about 20 mi, then left at the park sign to N shore of Piute Reservoir. $10. No hookups. Vault toilet, tbls. Boating(l), fishing, waterskiing. -Sara Bell
Levan Town Park
Levan, Utah


Cost: $0.00
Description
Dry camping here is free but a donation is requested. Park in a paved, pullout area right by the park alongside state route 28. The park itself is pretty with lots of grass and shade trees plus restrooms and a playground. No hookups. Levan is about eight miles south of I-15 off exit 222.
Goose Island Campground
Moab, Utah
BLM

Cost: $15.00
Description
Goose Island Campground is located 1.4 miles from Highway 191 on Highway 128 very close to Moab. The campsites offer spectacular views of the Colorado River and massive red rock cliffs of Arches National Park. Both RV and tent camping are available. The campground is popular due to its proximity to town, its shade during the summer, and the beautiful scenery. Campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis.
Big Rock Campground
Morgan, Utah
East Canyon State Park

Cost: $15.00
Description
Approximately 28 miles NE of Salt Lake City; 12 mi S of Morgan along SR 66. $15. 20 sites. 45-ft RV limit. No hookups. Vault restrooms, tables, grills, fire pits. Boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, snowmobiling, skiing. -Sara Bell
Red Canyon Campground
Panguitch, Utah
Dixie National Forest

Cost: $15.00
Description
10 mi SE of Panguitch on Hwy 12. $15. 5/15-10/1; 14-day limit. 37 sites; 45-ft RV limit. Tbls, flush & pit toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg water, coin showers, dump. Hiking trails, ATV activity, horseshoes, volleyball. Visitor center. Non-campers pay $4 day use fee. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Cottonwood Campground
Peoa, Utah
Rockport State Park

Cost: $12.00
Description
Approximately 45 miles east of Salt Lake City. Take exit 155 from I-80 and travel five miles southeast on SR 32. $12. 20 sites. No hookups. 14-day limit. 45' RV limit. Vault toilets, drinking water, fire pits, grills, picnic tables. Boating, fishing, hiking, swimming. Close to marina. -Sara Bell
Crandall Cove Campground
Peoa, Utah
Rockport State Park

Cost: $12.00
Description
Approximately 45 miles east of Salt Lake City. Take exit 155 from I-80 and travel five miles southeast on SR 32 to Cottonwood Campground, then 2 mi N on SR 302; at SE shore of Rockport Reservoir. $12. 45' RV max. 10 sites. No hookups. Restrooms, water faucet, pavilion, grills, picnic tables, fire pits. Swimming, boating, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling.
Red Cliffs Recreation Area
Red Cliffs Campground, Utah
Bureau of Land Management

Cost: $15.00
Description
15 mi NE of St. George (4.5 mi SW of Leeds) on I-15; 1.5 mi W on Frontage Rd & BLM rd. $15 ($7.50 with federal senior pass). All year; 14-day limit. 11 sites (25-ft RV limit). Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Clover Spring Campground
Rush Valley, Utah
Bureau of Land Management

Cost: $6.00
Description
Clover Spring Campground is a cool escape from the desert heat. The clear, bubbling waters of a natural spring gave this site its name. Cottonwoods trees frame the campground that has 10 individual units. There are picnic tables and fire pits; vault toilets; and equestrian sites. It’s typically open May to October depending on snowfall. Just off state route 199 west of Rush Valley.
Baker Reservoir Dam
St. George, Utah
Bureau of Land Management

Cost: $12.00
Description
24 mi N of St. George on Hwy 18; right on Baker Dam Reservoir Rd for half mi. $6 single sites, $12 at four double sites. 16 sites, some for big rigs. All year; 14-day limit. 10 sites; 24-ft RV limit. Tbls, toilets, cfga, no drkg wtr. Fishing, hiking. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Bridger Bay Campground
Syracuse, Utah
Antelope Island State Park

Cost: $15.00
Description
From I-15, take exit #332 (Antelope Drive exit), head west seven miles to the park entrance station. The only entrance to the park is the causeway on the northern end of the island. Narrow 2-lane road spanning from the mainland to island. $15 base, $12 each additional night. No hook ups. Showers, restrooms, dump, water. Boating, biking, swimming, picnicking. -Sara Bell
Steinaker State Park
Vernal, Utah


Cost: $15.00
Description
Located seven miles north of the city of Vernal on US 191; follow directions W on SR 301 to campground at W shore of Steinaker Reservoir. $15 for basic sites, $23-28 with hookups. 29 total sites. 45' RV max. 14-day limit. Restrooms, dump, drinking water, boat ramp, picnic tables, grills, fire pits, sailing, canoeing, fishing, swimming. -Sara Bell
 
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