KOA Campground Maps
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Use the map below to quickly locate a KOA campground in Idaho or Utah, or identify where you will be traveling to, and choose a nearby KOA campground. Popular places in Utah to camp include many National Parks, such as Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. Search directly for Utah KOA campgrounds here.
While in Idaho, be sure to check out the Snake River and Shoshone Falls. Learn more about Idaho KOA campgrounds.
Park your RV or pitch your tent, then head for nearby Bear Lake and prepare for a stunning view. This deep, 20-mile-long natural lake straddling the Utah/Idaho border is nicknamed the "Caribbean of the Rockies" because of its turquoise water and white sand beaches.
Fish, sail, Jet Ski and soak up the northeast Utah sun. If you're towing a boat, the marina is a mile north of KOA. Drive along Bear Lake Road, which rings the lake, or explore the many hiking, biking and four-wheeling trails. The campground also rents bicycles.
KOA offers a heated pool and a wading pool for kids, as well as Ping-Pong, a pool table and a playground. On summer weekends, hosts serve up the Hungry Bear pancake breakfast. Shop for fresh fixin's at the KOA grocery store.
Bear Lake KOA is only 20 minutes to Beaver Mountain ski area. During the summer months, there is nearby boat, jet ski rentals, lake beach, boat ramp, fishing, and horseback riding, as well as two golf courses within 10 minutes.
On US 89 1 mile north Garden City.
Beaver is located in Southern Utah in a valley surrounded by mountains to the east and the west. The valley is mostly flat ranch land with grazing cattle and horses and with the beautiful Beaver River flowing through it. Our park is consistant with the rest of the area - level RV sites and lots of shading elm trees. The only thing that breaks the quiet of the park is the abundance of songbirds.
Conveniently located 200 miles in both directions between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, Beaver KOA is the only campground in the area that provides direct access via your ATV to 270 miles of the Paiute Trail. It's also a beautiful short drive to Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Alpine lakes fed by trout streams, great hiking and backpacking are also close by.
We promise you friendly service, clean sites and restrooms, a well-supplied store, heated pool and a perfect place to get away and enjoy the rural beauty of Southern Utah.
Other great features in the area include Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Beaver Canyon, Minersville Reservoir, Cove Fort, and there is golfing only 2 miles away at Canyon Breeze.
Southbound I-15 Exit 112 turn left go 1 mile left on Manderfield Road.
Northbound I-15 Exit 112 turn right go 1 mile left Manderfield Road.
Nestled at the base of 9,763-foot Willard Peak and framed by the shimmering waters of Willard Bay with fruit orchards all around, the views from this KOA are stunning. In early spring, bald eagles roost in the large shade trees.
This quiet country KOA founded in 1964 is an oasis for nature-lovers. Young and old enjoy the refreshing pool, rec room, horseshoes, bonfires, ice cream and wagon rides.
On Sundays, join other campers for a potluck barbecue. Be sure to ask about the homemade dinners and breakfasts. Great hiking, fishing, skiing, hunting and golfing is all around. Visit the many historical sites or buy fruit along the famous fruitway. Salt Lake City is only 45 minutes away.
Special activities and features at Brigham City KOA include hiking and great fishing at Willard Bay, Ogden River, and Logan River. A galactic bowling alley is nearby, as well as Lagoon Amusement Park, Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge , and Golden Spike National Historic Site.
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Swimming pool (5/15-9/15)
Scenic hay rides that will take you past orchards, bird sanctuary, fields, farms, and give you a beautiful view of the mountains that you won't get anywhere else.
Bonfires that involve roasting marshmallows and on occasion, we will bring out the old guitar and sing your favorite campfire songs.
Horseshoes, volleyball, croquet and a gameroom.
Family planned activities and entertainment. This is the time that you can challenge your family in a huge tournament of badminton, volleyball, horseshoes, and croquet.
On Hwy 89, 4 miles south of Brigham City. Southbound on I-15 (I-84) Exit 362, turn left then right at second light.
Northbound on I-15 (I-84) Exit 357, turn right then left on Highway 89.
Camp at this spectacular and peacefully remote spot about 12 miles from the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park, which features giant amphitheaters bristling with pink rock "hoodoo" pinnacles that seem to glow at sunrise and sunset.
Drive through the red-rock wonders on National Scenic Byway 12-designated an All American Road-and explore along hundreds of back roads, hiking and biking trails and on guided horseback rides. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Kodachrome Basin State Park are nearby. While you're off exploring, board your horse or dog at local stables and kennels. Then return to your comfy site nestled in the colorful hills of Bryce Valley.
Other local attractions include Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument , Kodachrome Basin State Park (10 minutes from campground) , Capitol Reed National Park , Zion Canyon National Park (Day Trip. 2 hours from the campground.), and Red Canyon.
On Highway 12 in Bryce Valley.
Welcome to Festival City, USA! Cedar City is home to three world-class theaters and hosts the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival summer through fall.
The closest mountain getaway from Las Vegas, Cedar City is 20 degrees cooler than Zion. It’s 20 minutes from the Kolob entrance into Zion National Park, 30 to Cedar Breaks National Monument and 90 to Bryce Canyon National Park. World-class skiing at Brian’s Head is 30 miles away.
Nearby, enjoy mountain biking, ATV trails, trout fishing and an 18-hole golf course across the street. On-site amenities include a big-screen theater, fudge, ice cream and espresso at Sassy's Treats and a laundry and dry-cleaning facility. Our staff can tell you about area attractions. A college town with metropolitan appeal in a gorgeous mountain setting, Cedar City equals year-round FUN!
Nearby attractions include Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Kolob Canyons. Cedar Ridge Golf Course is just across the street, and Navajo Lake is only a 20 minute drive away
I-15 northbound Exit 57, then 3 miles north. I-15 southbound Exit 62, then 1.8 miles south.
The Craters of the Moon/Arco KOA is 18 miles from the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. The area is a vast ocean of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush. The ancient landscape was created by huge volcanic events that seem like they could have happened yesterday. Arco is famous as the first city in the world to be lit with electricity generated from atomic energy. At the campground, there is plenty of shade for hot summer days. Your kids will enjoy the playground and our new pool! Don't forget to ask for a fresh baked cookie at check-in. Also, please join us for our daily ice cream social.
Find a peaceful country setting at this KOA. During the day, watch birds make their home here. At night, enjoy stargazing under the high desert skies of the Great Basin.
Utah's Territorial Statehouse Museum chronicles the brief period in the 1850s when Fillmore was the territorial capital. About 30 miles away, the stone walls of historic Cove Fort began providing a safe haven for travelers in 1867.
To the east, trout streams and trails trace the Pahvant Range of the Rocky Mountains. ATVers can access the Paiute Trail as it loops across the mountains and desert. Cool down in KOA's heated pool. On summer nights, stay for the ice cream social. Campers also enjoy the volleyball court, horseshoes and playground. A golf course is only 3 miles away.
The Fillmore KOA boasts long, wide, grassy sites with trees and ice cream socials seasonally. Kids age 5 and under free.
Nearby attractions include the Paiute ATV Trail, Cove Fort, Great Basin Museum, Territorial Statehouse State Park, and Fremont Indian State Park.
From I-15 take Exit 163. East 0.1 mile to sign, turn right.
This small, off-the-beaten-path campground shaded by giant cottonwoods offers striking views of Lake Flaming Gorge 5 miles away and of the surrounding mountains and bluffs.
KOA's campsites spread out among flower gardens and lush lawns, an oasis in a high desert setting. Anglers hook mackinaw, smallmouth bass, kokanee salmon and trout from the waters of the 91-mile lake. Fly-fish the Green River or take a family-friendly float trip.
The Flaming Gorge KOA hosts many fun family activities. Show off your hidden skills in the cow-pie-tossing contest, Western line dancing (with lessons!), pie- and bean-eating contests and karaoke. Please ask us for the activities schedule.
The Flaming Gorge KOA offers convenient access to Flaming Gorge and Green River, as well as lots of grass and shade trees for safe, quiet family camping.
Nearby attractions include Lake Flaming Gorge & Dam, Red Canyon for great horseback riding, Green River, and Dinosaur National Monument and the Quarry.
In Manila on Highway 43. From I-80 east take Fort Bridger Exit 34. From I-80 west take Green River Highway 530 (Not Highway 191).
You've got a hard decision to make after settling in here. Which natural wonder to visit first? This mountain valley campground is 30 miles northeast of Zion National Park, about 35 miles east of Cedar Breaks National Monument, 46 miles west of Bryce Canyon National Park and about 94 miles north of the Grand Canyon.
While you're making up your mind, take a dip in the swimming pool or sit back and enjoy this KOA's miniature Bryce Canyon. One of Utah's lesser-known wonders, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is south of the campground near the Arizona border.
Enjoy old fashioned camping fun. Stay an extra day to take a trail ride in our own scenic canyon or relax in our pool.
Nearby attractions include Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park -- North Rim, Lake Powell/Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Also, be sure to visit Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Pipe Springs National Monument, Kodachrome Basin State Park, or Paria Canyon.
Easy to find, just 15 miles north of Highway 9 and 89 and 10 miles south of Highway 14 and 89.
Welcome to the new Green River KOA, located on Business Loop 70 just across from the John Wesley Powell River History Museum. Fine dining is available at the Tamarisk Restaurant, across from the campground office.
Take a day trip to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks or take a river trip with Holiday Expeditions, located just outside the campground entrance. Enjoy 80-foot pull thru sites with large, grassy areas. Some sites come with 50-amp service and cable TV.
All sites have access to free Wi-Fi. Enjoy the 22x50-foot pool, complete with a slide. The Green River KOA is your home away from home. Limited service is available from October 15 to March 1. There are no additional fees for children 6 and under.
Join us for our Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 11th. A gift will be awarded for every egg found and a KOA Rewards Card will be awarded for the Golden Egg. Make your reservations early!
Reserve now for Moab's Jeep Safari held April 4th - 12th.
From I-70 take Exit 164, 1.75 miles on Business I-70. Campground is on the left.
Check into this high desert campground in the red-rock wilderness of southern Utah, and you will soon discover that Moab lives up to its billing as the state's "Adventure Capital."
Hundreds of miles of hiking, biking and four-wheel-drive trails fan out from this Colorado River community across bluffs and mesas and into spectacular badlands. Sign up for a guided rafting tour or set out on your own for a day's drive among the dramatic rock formations and sweeping desert vistas of Arches and Canyonlands national parks. (Many tours will pick you up-and drop you off-right at the campground.)
Big shade trees mark the Moab KOA. The heated pool means the water is just right on cool desert evenings. Campers appreciate the private family-style bathroom and shower facilities.
Scenic, quiet location with shaded pull throughs, private family bathrooms and 24-hour laundry.
Nearby attractions include the Moab Golf Course and Slick Rock Bike Trail. Don't forget to visit the La Sal Mountain Range, only 15 minutes from the campground, or Arches National Park, only 10 minutes from KOA. Also nearby are Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse State Park, and the Dinosaur Museum.
On Highway 191, 4 miles south of Moab.
This award-winning, peaceful KOA lies along the Oregon Trail, halfway between Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park. Settle back in a tree-shaded site, lulled by the trickle of the stream that runs right through the campground. Drop a lure into the water (fishing license required) or relax in the heated pool. Either is sure to ease any road-weariness out of your bones. The National Oregon/California Trail Center provides an eye-opening look at the pioneer experience, including a computer-simulated covered-wagon ride. Adventure today leans toward ATV trails, boating in Bear Lake and hiking along the Highline Trail or Limber Pine Trail (which leads to a 2,000-year-old limber pine). Also nearby, scour the skies for white-faced ibis and redhead ducks at Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge or head underground to marvel at the nine rooms of Minnetonka Cave.
Panguitch is the Paiute word for "big fish," and plenty of lunker trout prowl Panguitch Lake 16 miles south of this high desert campground in the state's southwest corner. Natural wonders abound in this region, including Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks and, a few hours south, the north rim of the Grand Canyon.
To the east, the Kodachrome Basin State Park earned its name from the photogenic rock spires and formations that seem to glow at sunrise and sunset. The Panguitch KOA puts you close to it all. ATV, hiking and bike trails fan out from near the campground.
Cool off in the pool, play horseshoes or volleyball and catch up on email outdoors thanks to KOA's Wi-Fi connection. Campsites are within easy walking distance of the restaurants and shops of downtown Panguitch.
Lots of ATV and bike trails from camp. Just minutes from Bryce and Red Canyon. Great fishing nearby.
Nearby attractions include Panguitch Lake, Bryce Canyon National Park , Zion National Park, and Capitol Reef National Park. Take a day trip to Grand Canyon North Rim National Park, or check out Cedar Breaks National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, or beautiful Lake Powell.
Some lesser known, but no less beautiful parks nearby include Red Canyon, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, and Anasazi Indian Village State Park.
On Highway 143, 5 blocks south of town.
What a setting! Campsites here dot a shady meadow along the Provo River a few minutes west of downtown. The Wasatch Mountains rise to the east, and 151-square-mile Utah Lake borders the city on the west.
Right from the campground, stroll, bike and exercise pets on the 14-mile paved Provo River Parkway Trail. If the kids get their fill of the pool and game room, you'll discover plenty of room for outdoor activities at a neighboring park.
Also nearby is Utah's largest water park, Seven Peaks, and Robert Redford's Sundance, a mountain resort hidden away in the folds of the Wasatch that offers hiking, horseback riding and great dining.
Four miles up Provo Canyon, Bridal Veil Falls plummets 607 feet to the Provo River.
Enjoy shady sites on banks of Provo River. 95 restful sites, grassy tenting, playground, heated pool and jogging trails.
Nearby attractions include Provo Town Center Mall, Utah Lake (only 3 miles to the west), Bridalveil Falls , Seven Peaks water resort and ice arena, and Brigham Young University. Additionally, local attractions include Pioneer Museum, Provo Temple, Thanksgiving Point, Timpanogos Cave, and Alpine Loop.
Be sure and check out Sundance Ski Resort and Summer Theater, Salt Lake City, Bingham Canyon Mine, and Cascade Springs.
I-15 southbound Exit 268 Route. Northbound 268 B. West ¼ mile, to 2050 West. Turn right go north 2 blocks.
From this shady, quiet campground in the heart of Utah, head along old U.S. 89 to explore small towns along the state's Heritage Highway. See the towering, ornate Manti Temple and Big Rock Candy Mountain that inspired Burl Ives to write a song.
Fish in clear, cold Fish Lake, then drive through Capitol Reef National Park. Enjoy history? Don't miss Fremont Indian State Park, where a prehistoric village was unearthed in 1983.
Continue on to Cove Fort Historic Site, a way station for travelers in 1867, now restored to its original quality. The campground is close to it all-and a short drive to restaurants and grocery stores. Rent bikes, swim in the pool, shoot pool in the game room or play mini golf, horseshoes or basketball.
This peaceful, shady retreat features a heated pool, long grassy pull throughs, as well as nearby golf and restaurants
Nearby attractions include Paiute ATV Trail, Fish Lake, Big Rock Candy Mountain, and Fremonth Indian State Park.
Off I-70, take Exit 37 or 40. Turn west at Quality Inn from Main Street and 600 South, 6 blocks to KOA.
This campground is all about easy access-to freeways, downtown Salt Lake City and KOA's full-hookup pull thru sites with free Wi-Fi and cable TV at RV sites.
A guest computer and concierge are at the office. This KOA is the closest full-service RV park to downtown and Temple Square. Trace your family tree at the world's largest genealogy library, visit the world's largest open pit mine, hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir or float in the Great Salt Lake.
KOA staff can book you on a city tour or a free shuttle to see Temple Square. A state park behind the campground has miles of riverside trails for biking or walking. After a long day, relax in the hot tub or pool.
Only two miles to LDS Temple Square, Genealogy Library and Mormon Choir. Tours from park.
Featured amenities include a Snack Bar (available with charge), swimming pool during summer months, a Hot Tub/Sauna (no charge), as well as a newly renovated playground.
I-15 Northbound and Southbound and I-80 Westbound take Exit 308 (Airport), 1.5 miles on I-80 west to Exit 118 (Redwood), right on Redwood go 0.25 mile, right on North Temple Street. Go 0.25 mile, KOA is on left side of road.
On I-80 Eastbound take Exit 115 (North Temple) stay on North Temple Street 3.5 miles. KOA is on left side of road.
Near the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA flows the spectacular Snake River, ideal for fishing, boating and mild-to-wild whitewater rafting. Want to relax? Try the paddleboats.
Explore Snake River Canyon, site of Evel Knievel's legendary motorcycle jump. Witness the 212-foot Shoshone Falls, higher than Niagara. Climb at the City of Rocks National Reserve, soak in a nearby hot springs or head for Vegas style casinos in Jackpot, Nevada.
The Outback Cafe serves breakfast and dinner from June through August and offers free dinner deliveries to your site. Take advantage of this campground's style of "room service."
Visit the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve, Shoshone Indian Ice Caves and Sun Valley. Nightly summertime ice cream socials and free movies enhance the family atmosphere. Maybe that's what attracts the mallard duck families-they come back every year too!
From I-84 Exit 173 go 1 mile north on US 93 or 5 miles north of Twin Falls on US 93.
This campground makes a perfect base for dinosaur tracking in northeastern Utah. Visit Dinosaur National Monument where more than 1,600 bones are embedded in a rock wall.
Check with the KOA staff for locations where you can dig for fossils. Take a day to view the world's longest corridor of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs in Nine Mile Canyon. If ancient history isn't your passion, you can hike or bike. Choose mountain meadows, desert canyons or cool alpine forests.
Raft the Green or Yampa rivers for a thrill you'll never forget. After an adventure-filled day, head back to KOA for a relaxing dip in the pool. Kids can enjoy mini golf and ride banana bikes. Visit with campers at an ice cream social or a mouthwatering barbecue.
Relax under a shade tree and enjoy true Western hospitality. Remember Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid gazed upon the same stars.
Nearby attractions include Flaming Gorge and Dinosaur National Monument.
1 mile north of 191 / 40 Junction on Highway 191.