Utah Fall Camping: Uinta and Wasatch-Cache National Forests
Utah Fall camping is filled with gorgeous colors as the local aspen trees change from their vibrant green colors to brilliant gold and red. Hot summer temperatures drop to a more moderate climate, and the crisp mountain air makes for perfect hiking conditions.
Utah is home to 7 National Forests, all of which house various free and fee camping sites for your Utah Fall camping adventures. Lost Campers has the perfect Campervan rental at unreal prices for you to enjoy these breathtaking pockets of nature!
Uinta National Forest Fall Camping
Uinta National Forest is home to the beautiful Timpanogos Wilderness. A truly breathtaking sight is the Timpanogos Caves National Monument. The caves are only open until October, so be sure to visit them soon! Despite being so close to nearby cities, campers can enjoy a real separation from the busy world outside with a true ability to get back to nature while exploring the Timpanogos Wilderness. Renting a Lost Campers Campervan gives you the freedom to get away from the city, while still maintaining mobility for easy travel between campsite destinations.
Wasatch-Cache National Forest – Great for Fall Camping
Want to head farther north? The Wasatch-Cache National Forest is about two hours north of Salt Lake City. This beautiful stretch of National Forest reaches all the way up to Idaho. Bear Lake is a popular camping destination that spans the border between the two states. Take a few days by the lakeside to enjoy all kinds of watersports and fresh mountain air. Our vans are perfect for Fall Utah Camping, choose from several types of vans to meet any needs you may have.
The Best Campervan Rental Prices with Utah Fall Camping
Get a quick quote today! Our already affordable prices drop for the Fall season. With our 5-Star rating and over 5,500 “Happy Campers” we book up fast. So call and book at least 6 – 12 weeks in advance to get your campervan rental. We look forward to getting you on the road for a beautiful Utah Fall Camping adventure.
Submitted by Aspen Read in Salt Lake City.