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Posted: 09/27/09 09:32am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

mike-uswest wrote:

Boondocking is what I like best. How do you know when you are on BLM land, is there a map that you can get of the state with NFS and BLM lands marked? We often go where there are no fences, find a nice area off the highway, and stop.

Mike


We were in the Capitol Reef, Escalante National Monument, Bryce Canyon and Zion area for the past three weeks. There are considerably more RVers than the past two years. Many of the public and private campgrounds were full or nearly full every night. Some are scheduled to close September 30. Some of the National Forest campgrounds in the Dixie National Forest are already closed. We were able to get a spot every night by planning a day or two ahead.

These websites may help you find campgrounds on BLM and National Forest lands.
BLM Utah Campgrounds
Dixie National Forest Campgrounds
Escalante NM Camping

If you go to the home pages, there should be info on dispersed camping. More and more areas in the heavily visited areas are being restricted to camping in developed sites only. Restrictions may or may not be posted so you really need to check with the websites or local ranger stations.

There are also dry campgrounds at Escalante State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Kodachrome Basin State Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument which may not be as crowded as the more popular and well known National Parks.

Hope you have a Great Trip!!


Safe travels!
Trailertraveler


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Posted: 09/27/09 11:55am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

All good information. Thanks.

Mike


2003 Dodge 2500 CTD, 4X4,
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