Everything You Need to Know About Camping at Zion National Park 

Utah has five amazing national parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches.

Zion National Park is the most popular and provides developed campgrounds for RVers who prefer camping in less primitive locations. 

Zion, Utah’s most-visited national park, lies in the southwestern part of the state. More than five million people visited in 2021, putting Zion at number 10 for the most visited parks in the country.

Zion is most known for its 2,000-foot cliffs. The Virgin River meanders through narrow, deep sandstone canyons.

What Is Zion National Park Known For?

All three campgrounds have reservation systems, so if you hope to enjoy Zion National Park camping, plan ahead.

Is It Hard to Get a Campsite in Zion?

Total Sites: Watchman Campground has 176 sites, 65 RV-only, and 69  tent-only options. RV Max Length: These sites can only accommodate RVs less than 40 feet long.

Watchman Campground

Total Sites: South Campground has 117 sites. RV Max Length: You can’t bring an RV over 40 feet.

South Campground

Total Sites: Lava Point only has six campsites. RV Max Length: This  tent-only campground doesn’t allow any RVs. 

Lava Point Campground

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