5 Best RV Camping Zion National Park And Why To Visit

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RV Camping Zion National Park is a great choice especially if you love the breathtaking views with more than 90 miles of trails and even various camping sites. The unmatched view in this location makes it as one of the best places you must visit in Utah, especially for the Kolob Arch in Arches National Park. We need to say that Zion National Park has warm temperature with many of the sites are available for all year round. Please keep in mind the campgrounds mostly do not provide shower or laundry facilities. Therefore, you should accept this one if you want to enjoy your RV camping experience there. Have you visited Rocky Mountains National Park? I think it is a good place to spend your RV camping too.

The best time to visit this spot is from April to October. At that time, summer is the hottest so that it is the peak season in Zion. Camping in Zion in spring or late fall will be the best way to beat the crowds or the summer heat.

RV Camping Zion National Park, Ferber Resorts

RV Camping Zion National Park, Ferber Resorts

Perhaps you have visited Grand Teton National Park. So, you need to go to other places for example, Zion National Park. The Ferber family has been operating this spacious RV Camping Zion National Park since 1973. The staff has explored the areas, including the canyons to they can help you and to suggest you what to wear. Once you go back to the site, you can enjoy the fresh diner with local culinary, not far from the camping site. What you must do here is to watch the sunset in The Watchman.

Also, talking about the amenities, here are the following things to enjoy:

RV supplies, shared pavilion, BBQ Grills, Firepits, picnic tables, wireless internet, coin laundry, heated pool, restrooms, showers, digital cable TV, playground

For more information:

Ferber Resorts

479 Zion Park Blvd

Springdale

Contact: (435) 772-3237

South Campground, RV Camping Zion National Park

South Campground, RV Camping Zion National Park

If you want to make a reservation in this campsite, you should make it in advance, for at least two weeks before the arrival date. It is because the campground is always full, especially in the reservation reason. If you are from the South Entrance, it only takes 1/2 mile to go to this campground. Also, there are about 117 campsites available. It is also wonderful if you make a schedule to visit Redwoods National Park, too.

Besides, there are some amenities below:

Three flat sites, no restrooms (go to the Watchman to find restrooms), no trails

Zion National Park

1 Zion Park Blvd.

State Route 9

Springdale, UT 84767

Contact: (435) 772-3256

Lava Point Campground

RV Camping in Zion National Park, Lava Point Campground

Commonly, this campground is available from May to September if the weather is good. It is about 7890 feet above the sea level. So, if you are at the Kolob Terrace Road, it means you need about 25 miles or around 45 minutes to go to the north of the town. Also, if you want to go to the campground from the South Entrance of the Zion Canyon, then it needs about 1 hour and 20 minutes.

In this campground, you can find six primitive campsites. Please keep in mind that the campground is only for first-come, first served basis. There are some amenities like trash cans, pit toilets, but no water available. For vehicles that are over 19-length, they cannot allow it. No fees to pay for camping here.

For more information:

Zion National Park

1 Zion Park Blvd.

State Route 9

Springdale, UT 84767

Contact: (435) 772-3256

The Watchman Campground

The Watchman Campground

If you are from the South Entrance, you can go this campground after taking 1/4 mile. There are tent and electric campsites available for all-year round. Eventually, the campground provides group campsites you can do for reservation from March to October. Besides, there are about 176 regular sites with the 2 wheelchairs for sites and six group sites.

Additionally, it is nice to know about the amenities. There are two sites to access with other flat sites available. Even better, the campground provides six restrooms to access. Since there are only about 6 group campsites available, then you only can stay for seven days as the limit. Also, the group campsites are only for tent campers. RV and trailers cannot go there. So, if you want to do RV, then you should go to the B loop only. They do not provide full hookups, and there is a dump station for the campers.

For more information:

Zion National Park

1 Zion Park Blvd.

State Route 9

Springdale, UT 84767

Contact:  (435) 772-3256

Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground

Zion River Resort RV Park & Campground

What can you do if you want to travel to enjoy RV Camping Zion National Park but both of you do not have an RV? Well, you two can still enjoy the days by staying at the camper cabins in this resort. There are comfortable cabins with two options, single room or four-person cabin.

But, if you love RV, you should go to this campground since they provide RV sites, as well. Enjoy a comfortable RV camping with full hookups for each site, a shady tree, and a fire ring. If you want the impressive tree, you should go to Joshua Tree. Other than that, you can enjoy the picnic table, cable television, and free Wi-Fi. There is a concrete pad for about 60-70 feet so you can relax on the lounge chair. Other htan that, there are 30 amp electric, for smaller RVs with concrete pad.

For more information:

zionrv@zrr.com

888-822-8594

551 E State Route 9

Virgin, UT, 84779, U.S.A

https://www.zionriverresort.com

Need more tips? We recommend you reading our post about the best national parks in the USA, the top 10 list.

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