Red Cliffs Campground
|Facilities within the Red Cliffs Recreation Area (including the Red Cliffs Campground) will be temporarily closed beginning August 4, 2014, and are expected to remain closed until late November. Please see the News Release for more detailed information.|
The campground is in the Red Cliffs Recreation Area and is located just off Interstate 15, 14 miles northeast of St. George, Utah, and 35 miles south of Cedar City, Utah. It is nestled into a shaded nook of riparian vegetation just minutes from the freeway. Directly adjacent to, and accessible from the campground, are a series of trails, and interpreted archaeological and paleontological sites. The campground and surrounding areas are all within the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, which has been set aside to conserve, protect, and enhance ecological, scenic, wildlife, recreational, cultural, historical, natural, educational, and scientific resources. Due north of the campground are the steep and beautiful red rocks of the Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness.
Note: Campsites can NOT be reserved; they are first come first serve. Access to the campground is through tunnels that restrict vehicle size to less than 12 feet in height or width.
- The following are available to all Recreation Area visitors:
- Paved Access Road
- Potable Water
- Two Vault Toilets (ADA Compliant)
- Self-Pay Register Boxes
There are 11 campsites, each with the following:
- Shade Shelter
- Picnic Table
- Fire Pit with Grill
- RV and/or Vehicle Parking
- Tent Pat
Electrical hookups are not available.
Take Interstate 15 north from St. George, Utah, to Exit 22*. At the end of the freeway off-ramp, turn right onto Old Highway 91 (frontage road). Travel south 2 miles and turn right after passing the sign for the Red Cliffs Recreation Area. Continue under two freeway tunnels and follow the paved road for 1.3 miles into the campground.
*If heading south from Cedar City, Utah, take Exit 23. Turn left on Silver Reef Road, then turn right onto Main Street. Travel south for 3.5 miles on Main Street (which turns into Old Highway 91). Continue the directions above.