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Spring Utah Camping is just around the corner! If you couldn’t get away for a small vacation over winter, or just prefer the more mild temperatures, we’ve got you covered. Here are 4 Great Spring Utah Camping spots for you to check out on your next adventure.

 

#1: Mirror Lake, a Beautiful Mountain Destination

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Mirror Lake, photo courtesy of americansouthwest.net

Spring Camping in Utah is the perfect time to get out and see what Utah’s great outdoors have to offer before the parks start filling up. Start off at our Salt Lake City depot, we’re perfectly located to get you close to any park you’d want to visit without having to spend forever driving. Our first camping spot is Mirror Lake. Located only an hour and a half outside of the city, this camping spot is popular all year round – and for good reason! Mirror Lake offers an assortment of things to do for campers of all ages. Fish, boat, and hike around the lake’s gorgeous waters. Mirror Lake is inside of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, so be sure to take a gander at what else there is to do while you’re there!

 

#2: Capitol Reef National Park, Full of Spring Blossoms!

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Capitol Reef National Park, photo courtesy of wikimedia.org

Spring Utah Camping can still be a little on the nippy side, so our next destination is down south. Capitol Reef National Park is an often forgotten stop in Utah’s Big 5- but spring is definitely the season you don’t want to skip it! Pioneers once stayed in Capitol Reef, and some of the orchards they planted in the 1800s are still there today. In spring, they bloom into life. It’s a sight you’ll definitely want to see. While you’re in the area, check out Goblin Valley! The difference in scenery is astounding, but you’ll be glad you took the time to check it out.

 

#3: Sand Hollow State Park, Relax by the Shore!

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Sand Hollow State Park, photo courtesy of utah.gov

Utah’s newest State Park is also a wonderful destination for some Spring getaways. Sand Hollow State Park is quickly becoming one of Utah’s most visited State Parks, and for good reason! The reservoir set against the red sand dune environment is striking- and sure to be memorable to all visitors. Campers can enjoy an array of activities from hiking to boating, you’re sure to have a fun time at Sand Hollow! One of our Lost Campers campervans can get you there in no time. Sand Hollow is a 30 minute drive from the city of St. George.

 

#4: Snow Canyon State Park, Get Lost in Nature’s Wonder

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Snow Canyon State Park, photo courtesy of visitsaltlake.com

Last, but not least on our list for great Spring Utah Camping is Snow Canyon State Park. It’s only a 4 and a half hour drive away from our Salt Lake depot! Located in Southern Utah, Snow Canyon is home to a collection of unique geology and wildlife. Several endangered or threatened species live within the park- many of them cannot be found anywhere else in the state! With almost 40 miles of hiking trails at your disposal, you’ll definitely have plenty of exploring to do. If you feel like you need a little more adventure, be sure to stop in to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, it’s only about a 2 hour drive!

Our rates are at our lowest until March, 2017! Get your reservation squared away soon, we’re booking up fast!

 

Utah Spring Camping Map