Zion National Park Camping

There are two developed campgrounds within Zion National Park. They offer drinking water, grills, flushing toilets and dump stations. There is one primitive campground located in the park, off the Kolob Terrace Road. Read more...






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Watchman Campground

Open year around. Reservations can be made for camping between March and October. The campground includes 63 RV electrical sites, $18/ night; 16 riverside sites, $20/night; 66 tent sites, $16/night, and 7 group sites, $3 person/night. Call 877-444-6777 to make your reservations.

South Campground

Open March through October. Sites are available on a first-come/first-serve basis. There are no hookups or showers on any of the 127 sites. There is a $16.00 fee per night.

Lava Point Campground

Open June through October. Sites are available on a first come/first serve basis. It is a primitive campground with 6 sites and limited facilities (no water). Lava point is located off the Kolob Terrace Road, about a 1-hour drive from Zion Canyon Visitors Center. No reservations, no fee.

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