Moon Utah Camping: The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping

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PublicAffairs, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 348 pages
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Outdoor photographer Mike Matson uses his experience as a Salt Lake City local to capture the adventures of camping in Utah, from remote sites where dinosaur bones lie half-unearthed to the "promised land" of Zion National Park. Matson is a relentless tour guide, covering every known campsite in Utah with itineraries such as Best Alpine Camping, Best Desert Camping, Best Off-Season Camping, and Best Romantic Camping. Moon Utah Camping is packed with information on national forests and parks, recreation areas, Native American land and backcountry sites. Complete with details on what to pack, what to wear, reservations and fees, and the best camping facilities, Moon Utah Camping gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable camping experience.
  

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Contents

Best Campgrounds
41
Chapter 4
58
Best for Rock art and Ruins
97
Best escapes from salt lake city
107
smith and Morehouse Wasatch Range and Central Utah page
120
Best for Wildflowers
130
granite Flat Wasatch Range and Central Utah page
133
Ferron Reservoir Wasatch Range and Central Utah page
164
Browne lake Dinosaurland and Northeastern Utah page
214
canyon Rim Dinosaurland and Northeastern Utah page
216
Red Rocks and Eastern Utah
231
Best for Mountain Biking
244
portal RV Resort Red Rocks and Eastern Utah page
252
Chapter 6
258
Willow Flat Red Rocks and Eastern Utah page
267
Canyon Country and Southern Utah
273

Best Free camping
171
Dinosaurland and Northeastern Utah
179
anderson Meadow Great Basin and Western Utah page 102
189
Best for hiking
192
Chapter 5
212
teah Canyon Country and Southern Utah page
309
Blue spruce Canyon Country and Southern Utah page
317
Index
344
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