There are several places in southern Utah where RVing is permitted. Out of the area’s ten national parks, nine have campgrounds compatible with RVs: Arches, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Glen Canyon, Canyonlands, Capital Reef, Natural Bridges, Cedar Breaks, and Hovenweep. The accommodations at each campground vary from primitive to water and electric hookups.

Moab, in the eastern corner of the state, is also a popular destination for RVing, as it is adjacent to Arches National Park and has many opportunities for off-roading, river rafting, and rock climbing adventures. Additionally, Lake Powell has four separate RV campgrounds: two at the Bullfrog Ferry Dock and two at Hall’s Crossing. Of the 203 campsites maintained by park services, 57 have full hookups. One campground at each ferry dock remains open year round.

The temperate climate of St. George makes it possible to camp year round.  All of these sites have fantastic views and are clean areas. They are more affordable than most campsites and well worth the trip. If you are looking to camp or to hook up your RV there are many options all over Southern Utah.

Gunlock Reservoir has tent, RV, and Group Sites and is located 15 miles Northwest of St. George on old Highway 91, just past Ivins and Kayenta. There is kind of a limited amount of beach space but there are picnic tables on the shores of a nice little lake. This spot is usually less crowded because it is not as popular as Sand Hollow State Park.

Snow Canyon State Park is probably one of the more attractive campground sites. There is a variety of color to see in the mountains and vegetation that adds to the enjoyment of all who stay there.  Amenities include tent sites, RV sites, group sites, drinking water, flushing toilets, and even showers. There are picnic tables and outdoor grills as well. This is a must see Park, even if you cannot stay the night. It is 5 miles Northwest off of Highway 18.

St. George Campground, RV is found right off of I-15 on 2100 E Middleton Dr. It has tent sites, RV sites with hookups, drinking water, flushing toilets, and showers. There is also a pool and hot tub that might be available according to the season. It’s a convenient location close to town but not as pretty as some of the others.

Sand Hollow State Park is in Hurricane, and has quite a bit to offer. Not only can you camp and have picnics but there is also a lake and sand dunes that are also a must see. There are tent sites, RV sites with hookups, group sites, drinking water, flush toilets, and showers. Whether you are a local or from out of town it is always a nice spot to go and play for the day and even camp overnight. There is plenty of space for parking and camping, but if you bring a boat just be aware that the lake can get crowded pretty quick because a lot of locals love Sand Hollow.

Leeds RV Park and Motel is about ten miles Northeast of St. George right off I-15. It has plenty of RV sites with hookups, tent sites, drinking water, flushing toilets, and showers. There are also 3 Motel rooms and laundry available on site. This is a nice place because it also has free cable and internet. There are also large grassy areas and shade trees that are great for kids to play, and even the game of horseshoes if you’re interested. It’s only 32 miles from Zion National Park, so if you stayed a couple days you could spend time in St. George and Zion to get the best of Southern Utah.
St. George RV Resort is found close to Quail Lake with tent sites, RV sites with hookups, group sites, drinking water, flushing toilets, and showers. It is another beautiful location with a great view of Pine Valley Mountain. There is a clubhouse that has live shows for fun entertainment at night.

Temple View RV Resort is located right in the middle of St. George on 975 South Main Street. Amenities include a year round heated pool and Jacuzzi, laundry room, bathrooms and showers, large activity room with kitchen, WI-FI hookup, fitness center, lounge with cable TV and internet kiosk. Other awesome attractions are billiard tables, a putting green, shuffleboard, horse shoes, RV storage and moving service, and large spaces to pull through. The campground portion includes tent sites, RV sites with hookups, drinking water, flush toilets, showers, a swimming pool and hot tub. This is a very popular place and very welcoming because the staff here is wonderful. It is a fantastic location because you can have the campground/RV experience and also have the option to eat at a restaurant just down the street.