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Bear Lake / Garden City KOA
485 North Bear Lake Road  Garden City, Utah
800-5623442
18 CampedThere Reviews

Park your RV or pitch your tent, then head for nearby Bear Lake and prepare for a stunning view. This deep, 20-mile-long natural lake straddling the Utah/Idaho border is nicknamed the "Caribbean of the Rockies" because of its turquoise water and white sand beaches. Fish, sail, Jet Ski and soak up the northeast Utah sun. If you're towing a boat, the marina is a mile north of KOA. Drive along Bear Lake Road, which rings the lake, or explore the many hiking, biking and four-wheeling trails. The campground also rents bicycles. KOA offers a heated pool and a wading pool for kids, as well as Ping-Pong, a pool table and a playground. On summer weekends, hosts serve up the Hungry Bear pancake breakfast. Shop for fresh fixin's at the KOA grocery store.

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Beaver KOA
1428 Manderfield Road  Beaver, Utah
800-5622912
13 CampedThere Reviews

Greetings from the new owners at the Beaver KOA! We look forward to having you as our guest in one of the most beautiful areas in the West. Beaver is located in Southern Utah in a valley surrounded by mountains to the east and the west. The valley is mostly flat ranch land with grazing cattle and horses and with the beautiful Beaver River flowing through it. Our park is consistent with the rest of the area - level RV sites and lots of shading elm trees. The only thing that breaks the quiet of the park is the abundance of songbirds.

Conveniently located 200 miles in both directions between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, Beaver KOA is the only campground in the area that provides direct access via your ATV to 270 miles of the Paiute Trail. It's also a beautiful short drive to Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Alpine lakes fed by trout streams, great hiking and backpacking are also close by.

We promise you friendly service, clean sites and restrooms, a well-supplied store, heated pool and a perfect place to get away and enjoy the rural beauty of Southern Utah.

Brigham City / Perry South KOA
1040 West 3600 South  Brigham City, Utah
800-5620903
11 CampedThere Reviews

Nestled at the base of 9,763-foot Willard Peak and framed by the shimmering waters of The Great Salt Lake with fruit orchards all around, the views from this KOA are stunning. This quiet country KOA founded in 1964 is an oasis for nature-lovers, in the early spring bald eagles roost in the large shad trees. Young and old enjoy the refreshing pool, rec- room, horseshoes, bonfires, ice cream, etc. You can buy fruit along Utah famous fruit-way or Visit Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, considered to be one of the best birding areas in the world or stop by Antelope Island State Park and see the buffalo. Explore one of the breathtaking canyons in the area or take advantage of great hiking, fishing,hunting, skiing and golfing. The Shoshone and Manttua ATV trail systems are nearby. Many historical sites are near by such as; The Golden Spike National Historic Site, down town Ogden home of Union Station and the Browning Museum are 15 minutes away and Salt Lake City is just 45 minutes away. This is an amazing area with lots to see and do-or just sit back and relax in the refreshing pool or under one of our many shad trees and enjoy the breathtaking view.

Cannonville / Bryce Valley KOA
250 No. Red Rock Dr.  Cannonville, Utah
888-5624710
8 CampedThere Reviews

Camp in spectacular and peaceful Bryce Valley, 12 miles from the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park. After settling in, pull out the chairs and watch the sunset light up the plateaus of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Our park has everything you need to make your Bryce Canyon camping trip memorable. Plan to stay at least 3 days so you'll have enough time to explore all the unforgettable places nearby, including Kodachrome Basin, Red Canyon, Scenic Highway 12 and hundreds of miles of quiet back roads. As long-time residents of Bryce Valley, we can show you the best places to go hiking, canyoneering, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding or where to take a leisurely drive. Since Bryce Valley is 1,500 feet lower in elevation than Bryce Canyon, when Bryce is dusted with snow, you can sleep comfortably warm with us. No RV? No problem! We have 6 different cabin configurations to choose from. Give us a call or come in today!

Cedar City KOA
1121 North Main  Cedar City, Utah
800-5629873
13 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to Festival City, USA! Cedar City is home to three world-class theaters and hosts the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival summer through fall. The closest mountain getaway from Las Vegas, Cedar City is 20 degrees cooler than Zion. It’s 20 minutes from the Kolob entrance into Zion National Park, 30 to Cedar Breaks National Monument and 90 to Bryce Canyon National Park. World-class skiing at Brian’s Head is 30 miles away. Nearby, enjoy mountain biking, ATV trails, trout fishing and an 18-hole golf course across the street. On-site amenities include a big-screen theater, ice cream and a laundry facility. Our staff can tell you about area attractions. A college town with metropolitan appeal in a gorgeous mountain setting, Cedar City equals year-round FUN!

Fillmore KOA
410 West 900 South  Fillmore, Utah
800-5621516
20 CampedThere Reviews

New Pool and Spa, Soak in the Spa after a long day of scenic ATV trail riding, rock hounding, hiking, fishing, golfing, and historical site seeing, or just relaxing at the Fillmore KOA. We offer Big Rig friendly RV sites, beautiful secluded Tent sites and Rustic Cabin’s. Easy access from I-15, however we are far enough away for a noise-free relaxing stay. All of our sites offer picnic tables, grass and beautiful trees. Our onsite amenities include: excellent WI Fi, large fenced Dog Park that features grass and trees, direct access to ATV trails from the park, playground, volleyball, horseshoes, and fire rings at some sites. We also offer planned activities on the weekends. There are plenty of local attractions to keep you busy; in the quaint city of Fillmore we have the Territorial State House Museum. Fillmore is part of the Paiute Trail system which is located to the East of our park and there are desert ATV trails to the West of the park. There are volcano lava tubes to explore, natural hot springs and petroglyphs. For more information about things to do in our area visit Millard County tourism at: http://millardcounty.com/

Flaming Gorge / Manila KOA
320 West Highway 43  Manila, Utah
800-5623254
4 CampedThere Reviews

This small, off-the-beaten-path campground shaded by giant cottonwoods offers striking views of Lake Flaming Gorge 6 miles away and of the surrounding mountains and bluffs. KOA's campsites spread out among flower gardens and lush lawns, an oasis in a high desert setting. Anglers hook mackinaw, smallmouth bass, kokanee salmon and trout from the waters of the 91-mile lake. Fly-fish the Green River or take a family-friendly float trip. The Flaming Gorge KOA hosts many fun family activities. Show off your hidden skills in the cow-pie-tossing contest, Western line dancing (with lessons!), pie- and bean-eating contests and karaoke. Please ask us for the activities schedule.

Green River KOA
235 South 1780 East  Green River, Utah
800-5625734
13 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to the Green River KOA, located on the I-70 Business Loop just across from the John Wesley Powell River History Museum. The Green River KOA is a great home base for rockhounders searching for geodes, jasper and other popular rocks, gems, and minerals in the area. Casual dining is available at the Tamarisk Restaurant, within walking distance from the campground office. Take a day trip to Arches or Canyonlands National Parks, Goblin Valley, Little Wild Horse Slot Canyon or take a river trip with Moki Mac River Expeditions. This KOA features 80-foot pull thru sites with large, grassy areas. Cable TV and 50-amp service is available at some sites and all sites have access to free Wi-Fi. Enjoy the 22x50-foot pool, complete with the Turbo Twister Slide! Join us for our Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 7th. A gift will be awarded for every egg found and a KOA Rewards Card will be awarded for the Golden Egg. Also, don't miss the Green River Melon Days Festival held the 3rd Friday and Saturday in September. Service is limited between October 15th and March 1st. There are no additional fees for children 6 and under. Stop at our office to pick up your listing of popular rockhounding locations. Make your reservations early at your home away from home . . . The Green River KOA.

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Moab KOA
3225 South Highway 191  Moab, Utah
800-5620372
41 CampedThere Reviews

Take a guided jet boat tour down the Colorado River where your guide will tell you entertaining stories about the area. Jeep tours will pick you up at the KOA and give you such a thrill; you will be smiling for hours. What about rafting or renting a canoe or you can hire bicycles and go on ATV tours. Go on a hiking adventure there are such great rewards for any age group. Then you can take a tour bus around Arches National park, or you can drive yourself. After your day of fun and adventure outdoors take a dip in our sparkling pool or play mini golf to get even more quality family time. Then make S’Mores after dinner and just relax together with friends for family. Located in the high desert.

Panguitch KOA
555 South Main Street  Panguitch, Utah
800-5621625
10 CampedThere Reviews

Panguitch is the Paiute word for "big fish," and plenty of lunker trout prowl Panguitch Lake 16 miles south of this high desert campground in the state's southwest corner. Natural wonders abound in this region, including Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park and, just a few hours south, the north rim of the Grand Canyon. To the east, the Kodachrome Basin State Park earned its name from the photogenic rock spires and formations that seem to glow at sunrise and sunset. The Panguitch KOA puts you close to it all. ATV, hiking and bike trails fan out from near the campground. Cool off in the pool, play horseshoes or volleyball and catch up on email outdoors thanks to KOA's Wi-Fi connection. Campsites are within easy walking distance of the restaurants and shops of downtown Panguitch.

Provo KOA
320 North Geneva Road  Provo, Utah
800-5621894
0 CampedThere Reviews

"We visit KOAs frequently and the hosts at the Provo KOA were the friendliest we have met."

Welcome to the Provo KOA! This comment is our goal for each and every camper that comes to stay with us.

Please be aware that we are in a 3-5 year process of modernizing the entire campground. We have many wonderful changes coming and are working diligently on that. We do hope that you will come back and see our progress!

We are conveniently located just off I-15. Our Campground is secluded beside the Provo River and provides lavish shady trees to make it feel like a mountain campground haven right in the city. We have resident ducks who enjoy playing in the south side canal and love to keep our Campers company. We are also Neighboring the Fort Utah Park which provides ample room for your four legged friends, picnic areas, a skate park and playground.

Richfield KOA
590 West 600 South  Richfield, Utah
888-5624703
11 CampedThere Reviews

From this shady, quiet campground in the heart of Utah, head along old U.S. 89 to explore small towns along the state's Heritage Highway. See the towering, ornate Manti Temple and Big Rock Candy Mountain that inspired Burl Ives to write a song. Fish in clear, cold Fish Lake, then drive through Capitol Reef National Park. Enjoy history? Don't miss Fremont Indian State Park, where a prehistoric village was unearthed in 1983. Continue on to Cove Fort Historic Site, a way station for travelers in 1867, now restored to its original quality. The campground is close to it all-and a short drive to restaurants and grocery stores. Rent bikes, swim in the pool, shoot pool in the game room or play mini golf, horseshoes or basketball.

Salt Lake City KOA
1400 West North Temple  Salt Lake City, Utah
800-5629510
24 CampedThere Reviews

This campground is all about easy access-to freeways, downtown Salt Lake City and KOA's full-hookup pull thru sites with free Wi-Fi and cable TV at RV sites. A guest computer and concierge are at the office. This KOA is the closest full-service RV Park to downtown and Temple Square. Trace your family tree at the world's largest genealogy library, visit the world's largest open pit mine, hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir or float in the Great Salt Lake. KOA staff can book you on a city tour or a free shuttle to see Temple Square. A state park behind the campground has miles of riverside trails for biking or walking. After a long day, relax in the hot tub or pool. GPS N40 46.327' W111 55.940'

Vernal / Dinosaurland KOA
930 North Vernal Avenue  Vernal, Utah
800-5627574
10 CampedThere Reviews

Get back to family fun at Dinosaurland KOA. You'll have a hard time deciding what to do in one of Utah's premier outdoor recreational areas. Take the kids and journey back to the age of prehistoric beasts at the Dinosaur National Monument. The state-of-the-art Exhibition Hall, featuring the world-famous fossil wall, is officially open for visitors as well as the new visitor center. The park offers hiking trails, Ranger's programs and other informational talks. See who can spot the most fossils as you travel the discovery trail. Get directions for a short drive to McKonkie's ranch for an easy hike to view petroglyphs and beautiful canyon vistas. We'll even suggest some great picnicking spots to enjoy an afternoon lunch. If you want to get wet, arrange a raft trip down the Green River. Or maybe try fishing in one of our many nearby lakes. If relaxing is on your agenda, head back to the KOA for a dip in our heated pool. Challenge friends to a mini-golf game or toss some horseshoes. Kids can work off their extra energy on banana bikes or pedal carts. Join our other campers at an ice-cream social or marshmallow roast. Remember why camping is the best memory you can make with your family.

American Campground
418 E 620 S  American Fork, Utah
801-7565502
0 CampedThere Reviews

American Land & Leisure
747 E 1000 S  Orem, Utah
801-2263564
0 CampedThere Reviews

Anderson Cove Campground
6702 Highway 39  Huntsville, Utah
801-7453215
0 CampedThere Reviews

AOK Rv Park
610 S Green River Blvd  Green River, Utah
435-5648372
0 CampedThere Reviews

Arches National Park
N Highway 191  Moab, Utah
435-7192299
0 CampedThere Reviews

Archview RV Campground & Rsrt
N Highway 191 & Highway 313  Moab, Utah
435-2597854
0 CampedThere Reviews

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