Camp at Hamburger Rock

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Added by Jason Hatfield

If southern Canyonlands NP is booked up, Hamburger Rock is a great no-frills option only 3 miles from the entrance.

Hamburger Rock is a small BLM campground with 10 sites based around an interesting rock outcropping. Each site can accommodate around 6 campers, 2 tents, and 2 cars. The bathrooms here are very basic, open-top pits, and no other services are offered. Camping fees are only $6/night.

Pack List

  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bag & Pad
  • Food & Water (there is no water at this campground)
  • Campstove, cookware, plates, utensils
  • Portable Table
  • Trash Bag (all trash must be packed out)
  • Camera
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Activities:

Camping, Chillin, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

Features:

Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Scenic

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Added by Jason Hatfield

Adventure and travel photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. I teach photography workshops and offer private guiding around the west. More at jasonjhatfield.com

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