All five of Utah’s national parks have campgrounds. For campgrounds that accept reservations, call 877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov.
Zion National Park has three campgrounds, Watchman, South, and Lava Point. The latter is a primitive site with no hookups. Visitors driving an RV should also be aware of restrictions at the Mount Carmel Tunnel.
Bryce Canyon National Park has two campgrounds, North and Sunset. Neither sites have hookups.
Capitol Reef National Park has one developed campground, Fruita, and two primitive campgrounds with pit toilets, Cathedral and Cedar Mesa.
Arches National Park has one campground, Devils Garden with 50 sites and two group sites.
And lastly, Canyonlands National Park has two campgrounds, Willow Flat with 12 sites and Squaw Flat with 26 sites and three group sites.