Free Camping In The Wood | Wild Camping

United States

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

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Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 37.664050, -112.166210
Altitude: 2342.2 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes

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iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

MODERATOR NOTE: No overnight camping allowed, please respect the wishes of the locals. Due to campsite abuse, trash being dumped and the place being trashed this location has been closed by local officials.

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This is permanently closed. Signs everywhere. All these camping in this area has been closed due to abuse.

Road can get a little bumpy if you go further away from the main road. Some spots have no camping signs. We stayed at one without a sign and noone bothered us. We stayed 2 nights. Some ATV traffic.

Permanently closed due to camper abuse.

Called National Forest Service and they directed us out towards Tropic Reservoir and King's Creek Campground. We found an amazing spot at 37.672456, -112.207333

Nice place. We camped here with snow with a Rooftent and was very good.
Search for higher places that remain dry.
Lots fo campgrounds. Quiet and safe.
Just 1 mile from the Park entrance.

Good spot for visiting bryce canyon, very quiet, just a perfect place for few nights

Superbe emplacement dans la forêt à l’entrée du parc de Bryce, au calme, site avec nombreux emplacements, feux de camp, nombreux voyageurs avec nous

Lots of different spots to camp. With or without tent. There are fire pits and the night sky is indeed absolutely amazing.

Nice quiet area right next to the NP . Road is a little bit bumpy . Lots of spaces with fire pit . Night sky is amazing . A bit chilly . Enjoy !

We spend 2 nights here while visiting Bryce. Very nice lots of spots. Shady under the pine trees. Very close to the visitor center.

Nice and free, between pine trees. Some fire pits around and lots of space. WiFi reception only in the front spots.

Perfect spot to visit Bryce Canyon.
Free, quiet, under the woods.
Fire rings.
Easy gravel road to access.

One of the many places to park in the forest just near Bryce NP entrance. Very quiet and convenient, free.

Great spot nearby park entrance. Quit and Safe with lot of other campers. We put the RV just outsite the camping and walked in for a free shower!

laundry can be done at RVpark next to these spots. 2,50 a load. E
Dryer 1,50. Showers 5 dollar per person. Clean!

as descriped beautiful spots in here. some with firepits. nice bush and deer around.

Great spot, easy to access

Quiet forest with coverage.

We spent two nights here, really close to Bryce Canyon, quiet at night. perfect !

perfect with our 24 feet rv ;)

perfect place ever !!!

perfect free spot to visit Bryce Canyon. Even had pronghorns around at dusk

Great place with many site. we saw lots of animals.

tout est dit, endroit super avec possibilite de feu de camps. gratuit, proche du parc, calme et wifi par intermitence. nous sommes restes 2 nuits pour profiter de la beaute de bryce canyon

There was still snow but we dared to drive in there because there were already a couple of other cars. unfortunately we got a bit too far in the deep snow and got stuck. we walked to the nearby Hotel/Inn and spoke to the Maintenance guys. They helped us out and organized a tow. we still stayed at the place and had a good and quiet night. the other day the way back out was without hassle.

Didn't go.Road blocked by snow when we try to go there.

Tons of free camping just out of Bryce Canyon NP. Just head down any of the Forest Service roads outside the entrance. Lots of established places with fire rings. No need to fight the crowds or spend the money in the RV parks nearby. Just pull off the road into quiet, beautiful solitude.

Large backwoods camping just off the main road into the state park, nice dispersed site, some with rock fire rings.

Excellent spot. We've already seen a lot of deers. The WiFi is difficult to capture.

Great spot right outside of the park. Lots of options with stone fire rings and maybe wifi from the nearby RV park. (Didn't work for us)

we saw a lot of deer. Wlan was no so good. Thanks for this place.

Nice and quiet place, close to entrance Bryce Canyon NP.

Very conveniently located just outside Bryce Canyon NP. Thanks

National forest camping. Lots of room, a few spots with fire pits. Very quiet spot!

Super nice camping spot in the forest, just 3 miles from the park entrance. The dirt road is not bad, you've got shade, a lot of flat spots, fire pits, and you even get a pretty good wifi from next super expensive camping (username: bryce , password: canyon). People say they have seen a lot of deers around, but we haven't. Perfect place to visit Bryce Canyon NP!