There’s no greater way of spending quality time with the family than going on a road trip – RV style. And one of the best places for a road trip is the State of Utah with its amazing scenery and diversity of activities for every member of the family. And don’t worry, finding some of the best RV parks in Utah (state parks) is as easy as reading this article.
Ready to take a drive down to the Beehive State? Don’t worry if you don’t have your own RV, RV rentals are becoming more affordable as each day passes – cheaper than the combined expenses of booking a flight and hotel rooms.
The Top 4 RV Parks in Utah (State Parks)
If you want to enjoy the best that the State of Utah has to offer, here are the top 5 RV parks you definitely should put on your itinerary.
1. Sand Creek RV Park and Campground
If you are looking to have a picture perfect vacation, then you need to head over to Sand Creek RV Park and Campground. Nestled in the scenic heartland of Utah’s Capitol Reef country and being the closest RV Park to the Capitol Reef National Park, your family is bound to have a great time in this spectacular RV Park that has amazing rock formations for a backdrop and beautiful vegetation for a backyard garden.
Besides enjoying long scenic hikes in the National Park, Sand Creek RV Park is a hub for activities as diverse as the landscape itself. Activities such as snowmobiling, hunting, rock climbing, fishing, and many more too numerous to mention in one breath. And if physical activities are not your cup of tea, you can enjoy a trip to the amusement park, the museum, Temple Square and many other attractions in the vicinity of Sand Creek RV Park.
2. Thousand Lakes RV Park and Campground
Another picturesque place you can park your RV and enjoy what nature has to offer is at the Thousand Lakes RV Park and Campground. This is one place to go to if you don’t want to be in a crowded RV Park as it located in a quiet corner of the State, but fortunately, only 6 miles from the Capitol Reef National Park.
You will find here a full -service RV park with 65-foot pull-thru spaces, meaning you won’t have to worry about where to park your super long RV. Activities are the order of the day for those who love spending time outdoors, and you will enjoy among other things: scenic drives through the National Park, 4×4 and ATV drives, world class trout fishing and a whole lot more.
3. Moab Valley RV Park and Campground
This pet-friendly campground is the perfect place to unwind as an individual or as a family. Not only are the surroundings breathtaking but they are also nature’s best therapy if you need a break from the rat race. With on-site amenities that include a swimming pool and life-size checkers among other things, and off-site activities that include a trip to the Canyonlands and Arches National Parks for some kayaking, off-road adventures, and many other delightful activities, Moab Valley definitely has to find space in your itinerary.
The campgrounds are well kept and offer 36 fully serviced pull through sites that differ in size (from 20-feet to 45-feet) and price as well. This is the best place to set up base if you want to explore the Island in the Sky, ancient Native American rock paintings, white water rapids, and a whole lot more this unique place has to offer.
4. Bryce Canyon Pines RV Park
Throw a bit of aromatherapy into the mix on your trip to Utah by spending a couple of days in this canyon filled with pine trees. Bryce Canyon Pines RV Park is one place that will cater to all your senses as there are many sights to see, pleasant relaxing smells, rock features to touch, and not to mention the delicious food, some of which is unique to this corner of the planet.
To keep yourself busy, there are various activities such as hiking the breathtaking trails, horse riding, and a whole lot more. The RV sites provide full hookup services, hot showers, and guest laundry rooms. A fire pit and picnic tables are also available for those delicious fire cooked meals that complete the camping experience.
Your Utah RV Trip Awaits
Majestic Utah awaits your visit, you best heed its call. You definitely won’t be disappointed by the Beehive State and all it has to offer. This is one place everyone has to visit at least once in their lifetime. And the RV Parks in Utah are definitely worth all the rave ratings they get as they are truly well maintained and offer more than just a place to sleep.
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