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Camp at Diamond Fork Campground

Utah County, Utah

Description

Added by Will Yeomans

Great camping not far from the city. It is a nice way to spend a weekend.

Drive 11 miles up Spanish Fork Canyon. Turn left at mile marker 184 onto Diamond Fork Road. From here you keep driving down Diamond Fork Canyon for a little ways. You will see a sign that says Diamond Campground and this is where you turn. You can drive down the different loops and look for and open spot or you can reserve a spot here. Once you find your spot you can set up and explore. There is a cost to stay at these sites. It is $21 per night and if you get a double site then the price is double(see picture for more details on cost). There are bathrooms and water near the campsites and there is a fire ring in every campsite. On the way up the canyon we saw a few deer and we saw two snakes at our campsite so be on the lookout for wildlife. There are a few other adventures near here, check out Fifth Water Hot Springs. Make sure to practice Leave-No-Trace and hope you have a good time camping!

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Features

Camping
Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Groups
Picnic Area
River
Wildlife

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