It is hardly surprising that Utah is a magnetic attraction for vacationers. With scenery that takes your breath away and the chance to enjoy a campfire experience under a glorious starry sky it’s no wonder that Utah will be high on your list when planning your next camping adventure.

If you are heading to the area with everything loaded in one of the hugely popular Rockwood Geo Pro travel trailers you are all set for a great adventure. Where should that adventure be?

Here are some amazing places in Utah to make your next camping destination.

Moab is a fantastic destination for adventure

You will find Moab on the perimeter of the Arches National Park. It has quickly established a reputation as being the go-to destination for anyone wanting some adventure.

It perfectly caters for anyone looking to do some mountain biking, hiking, or even some off-roading. There is a choice of 26 campground destinations all within easy reach of Moab, but you need to know that many of these operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you decide to head to Moab, make sure you arrive in plenty of time to find the perfect spot to pitch up for the night.

Glen Canyon offers a wealth of recreational opportunities

The fact that the Glen Canyon National Park spans across an incredible 1.2 million acres will tell you that you are unlikely to struggle to find somewhere to enjoy an adventure.

In fact you are spoiled for choice, as Glen Canyon offers a plethora of activities over both land and water. It is rated as one of the premier boating destinations across the globe. That makes it a must-visit venue if you enjoy water-based recreational action.

The San Rafael Swell is a truly unique destination

You can say without fear of contradiction that the San Rafael Swell is a one-off. This dome-shaped mass is iconic and memorable in equal measure. Be sure to pay a visit to the Wedge Overlook when you come to the San Rafael Swell as it delivers one of most outstanding vista’s you are likely to see.

Put the Grand Staircase on your list

When you are headed to Utah for a camping adventure you need to include the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument.

This area encapsulates the spirit and image of the wild west. You will even find some abandoned Western movie sets on your travels, set amongst the backdrop of some unmistakable slot canyons that are the DNA of this location.

Red Cliffs offers a wealth of experiences

Red Cliffs National Recreation Area is another top destination to consider. It offers easy access to Zion National Park and the attractive town of St. George is also well worth a visit while you are in the area.

There are plenty of campling slots to access close to St George, and it serves as an ideal base for exploring the wider area.

As you can see, Utah offers plenty of compelling reasons to make it your next intended camping vacation destination.