RV Parks, Tent Camping ...
Wayne County has many campgrounds, both public-run and privately owned, for the use of both casual RVers and experienced tent campers. Capitol Reef and the Dixie and Fishlake National Forests both have many sites. Privately owned campgrounds and RV parks are also readily found, sometimes with television and a wide variety of rentals provided.
Our detailed listings below, complete with photos and rates, will help you pick out the RV park or campground best for your stay in Wayne County. Click any name for more information.
Primitive (no water, pit toilets) 6 tent sites, picnic tables, fire pits. No charge, first come, first served. Access via high clearance dirt road.
Primitive (no water, pit toilets) 5 tent sites, picnic tables, fire pits, no charge. First come, first served. Access via dirt road.
20 miles NE off Hwy. 72. 7 RV & tent sites, picnic tables, water, restrooms, group sites.
71 sites with 7 tent-only sites, picnic tables, toilets, dump site, fee charged, handicapped facilities, group site.
RV spaces with full hook-ups, spacious grassy campsites with windbreaks for tenters, firepits, picnic tables, clean well-lit showers & restrooms, laundry facility, gift shop, espresso bar. Eight-bed hostel and cabins.
Hwy. 12 - 17 miles south of Torrey. 26 Single family sites, 5 multiple family sites with tables, grills, and fire rings. 2 reservable group sites, 3 accessible flush toilets and 1 RV dump station. Concessionaire operated.
Bicknell, 1 mile east off of Hwy. 24. 9 RV & tent sites, picnic tables, water, restrooms, group site, fee charged.
22-acre park - trees & grass. Pool, pavilion, full hook-up pull thru's Western Dinners, 4WD rentals, cabins, Mini-mart, salon, laundromat, Good SAM, AAA, ADAC, dumping facility.