Camping in Utah

Full of colorful landscapes, a bustling city and gorgeous mountains, Utah offers something for every camper. 

Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum
The purpose of the Life Science Museum is to document biological natural history. The Museum provides an opportunity to see nature from areas of the world that the average person cannot see. The three-story museum hosts more than 100,000 visitors each year and houses over two million specimens.

Moab Music Festival
Music in Concert with the Landscape. A unique series of chamber music concerts amidst the striking natural beauty of the red rock canyon country in Southeastern Utah, featuring internationally acclaimed artists.

The Dinosaur Museum of Blanding
At The Dinosaur Museum, the complete history of the world of the dinosaurs is presented.  Skeletons, fossilized skin, eggs, footprints, state-of-the-art graphics, and beautifully realistic sculptures present the dinosaurs from the Four Corners region and throughout the globe

Manti-LaSal National Forest
The forest contains over a million acres in three mountain blocks providing islands of green rising above the desert.  Enjoy biking, fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, hunting and amazing scenery.

Arches National Park
Arches National Park features the world's largest concentration of natural stone arches.  The park covers over 73,000 acres and is one of Utah's premier travel destinations.  Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, camping, picnic areas and unforgettable scenery.

Peery's Egyptian Theatre
Peery's Egyptian Theater is designed to accommodate live theater, dance, music, symphonic and multimedia performances as well as film.

Gardner Village
Gardner Village contains the outlines of the once bustling early Utah mill industry and history. What remains today is a cluster of specialty shops located in restored cabins, houses and buildings.  Vintage pioneer architecture, antique fixtures, red brick paths and bridges over a pond.