Utah, Stawberry Reservoir Dry Campsite

Utah, Stawberry Reservoir Dry Campsite

Utah is a big place.

Road trips travel great distances through scenic regions creating cinematic mental pictures of landscapes in motion. Base camps establish deeper relationships with a place and enduring memories. First-time visitors can see it all in sweeping and adventurous vacations through Utah’s most popular places or by taking time in and around any of the top parks in Southern Utah — each of The Mighty national parks and its surrounding lands offer abundant options to stop and stay awhile. And Northern Utah offers a whole other level of outdoor recreation and urban experience.

Some of the attractions close to my campsite.

Hole ‘N’ The Rock

Strawberry Reservoir, Utah

High Uintas Wilderness

Mirror Lake

Kings Peak

Bald Mountain

Starvation State Park

Moon Lake

Starvation Reservoir

Grandaddy Lake

Naturalist Basin

Bald Mountain Pass

Chepeta Lake

Gilbert Peak

Morat Lakes

Zion National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Arches National Park

Canyonlands National Park

Capitol Reef National Park

The Narrows

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Sundance Resort

Delicate Arch

BLM Kanab Visitor Center

Natural Bridges National Monument

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

Mesa Arch

Balanced Rock

What is Dry Camping?
Dry camping, also known as boondocking, independent parking or wild camping, is the practice of going off the grid in an RV, car, van or truck to camp. There are no bathhouses, electrical hookups, campground stores or piped-in water in dry camping.