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The Best Camping in Sevier

Looking for the best camping in Sevier? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Sevier. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top camping spots in and near Sevier

  • Sevier, Utah

    Camp at Castle Rock Campground

    Castle Rock Campground is located within Utah's Fremont Indian State Park just off Interstate 70, which according to the camp host, is a favorite place to camp for people traveling between California and Colorado.  At 6,200 feet in elevation, the temps are manageable in the summer, and the large ...
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  • Millard County, Utah

    Take a Dip in the Meadow Hot Springs

    3.8
    These hot springs are located on private property but the owner allows anyone to come and take a dip. You can camp overnight and also have fires in the several pits near the pools. He just asks all the visitors to keep it cleaner than they found it and Leave No Trace of course. There are 3 differ...
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  • Fillmore, Utah

    Meadow Lava Tubes Trail

    4.0
    0.85 mi / 72 ft gain
    Meadow Lava Tubes Trail is a loop trail that takes you a cave and located near Oasis, Utah.
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  • Fillmore, Utah

    Camp and Explore at Meadow Lava Tubes

    4.4
    1 mi
    EXPLORE THE AREAThe entrance to the Lava Tubes is located in a rock pit near the NW base of Tabernacle Hill. The trail is not marked very well, so you'll have to use your best exploring skills to find your way. Once you have entered the first cave follow it underground for about 100 ft until it l...
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  • Teasdale, Utah

    Blind Lake Trail

    6.95 mi / 1644 ft gain
    Blind Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Torrey, Utah.
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  • Wayne County, Utah

    Drive the Cathedral Valley Loop

    60 mi
    These set of roads are classified as 4x4 high clearance vehical roads. Not to mention this part of the park is remote and only about 10% of visitors access it. To get to Cathedral Valley, we were recommended to drive a “loop” by the park ranger, that entailed about 60 miles of high clearance dirt...
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