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Old 03-30-2016, 07:14 PM   #11
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We will be heading to Utah to check out some of the national parks in Utah mid June, would like to find a couple campgrounds somewhere in between the parks so we could make day trips from one or two locations. Any of you have some recommendations?
We did all the Utah parks in 2015 and I wrote review for each over on RVparkreviews.com. Here's a link to my reviews...just sort thru them and click on anything that sounds good to you and you will be taken to a full description of the place, links and other reviews.
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I'll put in a plug for everyone to try to use this site wherever you camp. It is an incredibly helpful tool when you can get a LOT of feedback on the places you are considering.
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Old 03-30-2016, 07:14 PM   #12
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Mt wife and I simply love visiting Utah, and the five great National Parks. Zion River RV Park just outside Zion NP is a first-class RV park with full hookups, nice level sites, mostly pull-throughs, and extremely helpful staff. From there you can tour Zion easily. It is also an easy day-trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and, on another day, you can visit Bryce and Cedar Breaks.

In central Utah we have stayed at Shady Acres RV Park in Green River. Just off the I-70, it is quiet, family friendly, and within an easy drive to both Arches and Canyonlands. On the day we trekked to Arches, we headed East on I-70 to S.R. 128, then SW along the Colorado River into Moab. One of the most spectacular drives ever!! Especially in the morning with the sun behind us lighting up the red rock canyons!! Plan to spend a couple of days at Zion, and at least a full day at each of Arches and Canyonlands.
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Old 03-30-2016, 07:47 PM   #13
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willowinds rv park in hurricane,ut nice quiet and shady park with lots of amenities close to Zion the hitch n post in panguich,ut not fancy butn great people clean restrooms and showers and laundry nice small town not too far far from Bryce canyon have fun!
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Old 03-30-2016, 08:25 PM   #14
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On the day we trekked to Arches, we headed East on I-70 to S.R. 128, then SW along the Colorado River into Moab. One of the most spectacular drives ever!! Especially in the morning with the sun behind us lighting up the red rock canyons!!
We also took SR 128 off of I-70 when we came from Colorado. That is certainly a beautiful drive down the canyon along the Colorado River. I didn't have an RV back then and we went to Arches (in late September) but DW can't walk very far and I couldn't find a handicap parking spot or any other place to park that day. The number of people there was unbelievable. In order to see the Arches up close you have to get out and walk a short distance from the road so we missed a lot of scenery.
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Hot in Utah in June

We went in June a few years ago. Be aware that it can get pretty hot in southern Utah in June. We tried to go to the parks early and then headed up to the mountains and camped in the cool.
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Well if you make it to Moab, I'd say for sure you don't want to miss seeing Dead Horse State Park! It's our favorite State Park in Utah! We generally stay in the Portal RV Park on the Northern end of town. Archview is used pretty heavily by OHV's and can get a tad dusty. Temperature wise, Bryce Canyon would be perfect in June! Utah is the most beautiful place I've ever lived in!
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