This campground is the largest campground in the area and has some sites that accommodate large RVs. There is a lot of open space. Located in a scenic ponderosa pine and aspen area. Fall colors are beautiful. Views include an open vista of Capital Reef. Roads and spurs are paved. Nearby attractions include Capital Reef National Park. Dump station is provided for RV use.
At a Glance
Water and flush toilet available.
Quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
Reservations must be made at least 4 days in advance at www.Recreation.gov or by calling 1.877.444.6777
Single sites $10.00 per night. Each additional vehicle per campsite is charged at $5.00 per night. Multiple Family sites (1-4 and 6) are $24.00 per night. Group sites are $40.00 per night for up to 60 persons. A per-person charge for groups exceeding 60 persons is 50 cents per person. Firewood is available for $6.00 bundle. Wi-FI is available for a fee of $5 per day
Pets must be on a leash. Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am Mountain Time. Fires in the fire circles only. ATV and OHVs are not allowed in the campgrounds.
Loa, Utah; Torrey, Utah; Teasdale, Utah
Flush and vault toilets
High Country Recreation Campground Host in camp
Located on Utah State Highway 12. Highway 12 can be accessed off of Utah State Highway 24 at Torrey or State Highway 89 at Bryce Canyon National Park.
Reservable sites are sites 1-4 and 22-31. Single sites are $10.00 with $5.00 for each additional vehicle. Universally accessible sites are numbers 12 and 31.
No. of Accessible sites
31 camp units
Reservations are required 4 days in advance. Sites 1-4 and 22-31 require reservations. Make reservations online, or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
Fire in rings only
Hookup - Water
Large RVs may be accommodated at some sites.
No. of Sites
No. of Accessible sites
Hookups - Electric
Hookup - Sewer
Pavement Type for Parking
National Scenic Byway 12 "A Journey Through Time" All-American Road: Explore some of the most diverse, remote and ruggedly beautiful landscapes in the country. Travel through the remains of ancient sea beds and across Boulder Mountain, one of the largest high-elevation plateaus in the United States. Because of the high terrain and winding road, the speed limit across Boulder Mountain is 50 mph in the lower elevations and 40 mph in higher elevations. Be sure to plan enough time to view all of the sites at pullouts provided along the way. Most of all - slow down - enjoy the scenery - and have a safe journey!
Flush toilets available end of May through August - Pit toilets available September and October