San Rafael Swell Country - Emery County, Utah

San Rafael Swell Campgrounds

Commercial Campgrounds

A-OK RV Park

A-OK RV Park30 AMP and 50 AMP sites only, laundry, shady spots

Across from the State Park.  Near Moki Mac River Expeditions

570 North Green River blvd, Green River, Utah
(435) 564-8372

 


Shady Acres - Green River

Shady Acres - Green RiverShady Acres RV Park & Campground is your perfect home base for exploring the natural wonders of Southeastern Utah .At Shady Acres you'll relax in the shade of soaring cottonwood trees. Enjoy spectacular mountain views from your campsite. See the local wildlife as you stroll our lovely 16-acre park. Summer evenings bring many grazing deer to the farming fields, golf course and state park that surround our campground. Take advantage of our year-round service and excellent amenities . Pull your RV into one of our 97 paved sites. Many 100+ foot pull-thru sites are available for you "Big Rig" drivers. Enjoy your choice of hookups, including 30 & 50 AMP electric, cable TV and telephone connections. Rental Cabins available.

360 East Main, Green River, UT 84525
shadya@etv.net
TOLL FREE: (800) 537-8674
PHONE: (435) 564-8290
FAX: (435) 564-8838


Green River KOA

KOA Green RiverGreat Hosts. Accommodates all classes of RV's, group sites, laundry, showers, picnic tables, handicap facilities, outdoor pool. dog friendly. Cable free and WIFI. Beautiful shady spots, located across from John Wesley Powell Museum and close to a fine restaurant.

235 S. 1780 East, Green River, Utah
(435)564-3651

 

 


Shady Acre - Huntington

RV Parking with Full Hook-ups

4th North 200 West, Huntington, Utah

Phone: 435-687-9261


Esquire Estates also called Castle Ridge Community

425 North 120 West Esquire Parkway
Castle Dale, UT. 84513
Phone: 435-381-5167 or 801-360-0849
30 amps or 50 amps available
Daily, Weekly, or Monthly stays
Water, Power, Sewer, and Garbage included


State Park Campgrounds

Goblin Valley State Park

Goblin Valley State Park CampingScores of intricately eroded hoodoos greet visitors to Goblin Valley, enjoy a hike among haunting rocks and coves. Goblin Valley is between Green River and Hanksville, off State Route 24. The park is a great base camp to explore and hike in the adjacent San Rafael Swell. Facilities include a 21-unit campground with picnic table, parking pad and barbecue grill culinary water, modern rest rooms with hot showers, dump station and observation overlook.

 


Phone (435) 564-3633
Reservations: 1 (800) 322-3770


Green River State Park

Green River State Park CampingAn oasis on the west bank of the Green River where tall cottonwood trees shade beautiful lawns. The park is a favorite point to embark on river trips. Also, it is a great base camp for seeing scenic Southeastern Utah. The park sports a nine-hole golf course, meandering fairways, lakes, and sand traps makes this course a favorite for golfers of all ages. State Park facilities include: 42-unit camp-ground with picnic tables, parking pads, barbecue grills, group use pavilion, amphitheater, modern rest rooms with hot showers, day use area, dump station, and boat launching ramp.

Phone: (453) 564-3633
Reservations: 1 (800) 322-3770


Millsite State Park

Millsite State Park CampingA secluded 435-acre lake at the mouth of scenic Ferron Canyon awaits visitors who love water-oriented activities including year round fishing. A beautiful 9-hole golf course is adjacent to the park. The park also offers access to excellent off-highway vehicle and mountain bike riding areas. Millsite is located 4 miles west of Highway 10 near Ferron. The facilities include, 20 shoreline campgrounds, picnic tables, fire pits, restrooms, hot showers, dump Station, lawn areas for tents, boat ramp, docks, and a sandy beach.


Phone: (435) 687-2491
Reservations: 1 (800) 322-3770


Huntington State Park

Huntington State Park CampingThis beautifully landscaped park is 237 acres of boating, swimming and fishing fun. It is located just outside Huntington on State Route 10. Sandstone cliffs and chiseled peaks are a spectacular backdrop. Facilities include 22 unit campground, picnic sites, group pavilion with picnic tables, rest rooms, hot showers, dump stations, boat ramp, docks, and beautiful swimming beaches.

 

 

Phone (435) 687-2491
Reservations: 1 (800) 322-3770


Maintained Campgrounds

Joe's Valley Campground & Boat Ramp

7000 foot elevation. 46 sites, including 15 double sites for up to 12 people each, in an open valley with little shade but great scenic views of the lake and surrounding mountains. One large group site can accomodate up to 100 people/40 vehicles and is shaded by a large pavilion. 1,170 acre reservoir provides fishing, motor boating, watersports, and canoeing. Camping year round. Fish species include splake, rainbow, and cutthroat trout. The boat ramp area has a large parking lot for day-use and overflow parking. Day use picnic area near the boat ramp. Across the lake, the Sportsmans Lodge has full resort facilities. Staging areas for the Arapeen ATV trail are near the north and west sides of the lake used by hikers, horse riders, mountain bikers, and ATV/OHV riders.


San Rafael Bridge Campground

The San Rafael Bridge is one of the first cable supported bridges to span the San Rafael River. It is locally referred to as the Swinging Bridge. A newer has been constructed for vehicular traffic, but the old Swinging Bridge can still be walked across.Camping facilities are provided at the San Rafael Bridge Recreation Site adjacent to the San Rafael River. The recreation site is bordered by the lofty escarpment to the north and large buttes to the east and west. Camping facilities at San Rafael Bridge include tent pads, picnic tables, toilets, and fire rings. No drinking water is available. When camping at other areas, please use existing undeveloped campsites to avoid impacting new areas. No reservations are taken for this campground.


Swasey's Beach

Twelve miles north of Interstate 70, a developed BLM campground at Swasey boat ramp includes vault restrooms, trash disposal and fire rings. The white sand beach spans a long bend in the river and is shaded by cottonwood trees. Shallow water gives children plenty of opportunity to frolic in the river, and bighorn sheep frequent the water’s edge. Rapids upstream from the campground provide a kayaking playground. Designated as recreational access with no permits or fees for camping or boating, Swasey’s Beach provides barrier-free access for those with disabilities. Access to Swasey’s Beach and campground begins from the Green River Visitor Center in downtown Green River. You then progress east along Main Street to the intersection with Hastings Road. Turn left (north) and follow the relatively flat road for 6.3 miles to the intersection with a dirt road just before a ranch entrance. Turn right onto this road and follow it for 3.8 miles to Swasey Beach and the river rapid of the same name just upstream. No reservations are taken for this campground.


Old Folks Flat Campground

8600 foot elevation. 4 single sites, and 5 group areas,one for up to 20 people, 3 of which accomodate up to 50 campers, and one for up to 60 campers. The campground is situated in a timbered setting. Wheelchair fishing access to Huntington Creek. Trailheads are about a mile away in either direction. Popular activities include fishing, hiking, horse riding, mountain biking,hunting in season, and scenic driving the canyon road.


Indian Creek Campground

8000-foot elevation. The 7 group sites are located in a high mountain valley with views of surrounding mountains. The campground can be reserved for groups of between 30-70 campers with 8-25 vehicles maximum. Sites can be used by individuals as single sites when not reserved by groups. Fishing in Indian Creek or at nearby Potter Ponds. Canoeing at the ponds, or access the Arapeen ATV Trail System for ATV's or OHV's. Hiking, horse riding and mountain biking are also popular in this area.


Little Bear Group Campground - Forest Service

The campground is located in Huntington Canyon along Utah Highway 31. Activities in the area include, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and viewing native wildlife and beautiful scenery. To reserve entire site both Group Sites A and B must be reserved.


Bear Creek Campground - Emery County Recreation

Emery County Recreation boasts one of the finest campground facilities in the state. Nestled approximately eight miles up Huntington Canyon, Bear Creek Campground offers guests easy access from Huntington Canyon Road and nearness to Huntington City, while still preserving the outdoor experience. Campground Facilities include: Large Pavilion - with electricity, Small Pavilion - with electricity, 29 Campsites - each includes: Culinary Water Hook-up/Faucet, Fire Pit, Picnic Table, Restroom Facilities, Horseshoe Pits, Volleyball Court, Handicap Parking.


Cedar Mountain Overlook & Campground

Cedar Mountain towers over the northern San Rafael Swell and is ideal for getting a 'bird's eye" view. An exhibit at this cliff-top overlook summarizes area geology. Picnic tables and toilets are available. Cedar Mountain is southeast of the town of Cleveland. There are 10 camp sites.

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