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The Bureau of Land Management in Utah has an abundance and diversity of recreational opportunities and stunning landscapes that attract visitors from across the state, region, country and world. From mountain biking Moab to canyoneering in the San Rafael Swell; river running the Dirty Devil to OHV riding Little Sahara; driving Nine Mile Canyon to hunting in the Henry Mountains, BLM-Utah provides countless opportunities to explore 23 million acres.  


Camping

BLM Utah offers outstanding camping experiences throughout the state.



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Mc Mullian Springs Campground, Henry Mountains Big Bend Campground Birch Creek

Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument
Camping is one of the many ways people enjoy the beauty and solitude of the Monument's backcountry.

Kanab
There are currently two campgrounds that are managed by the Kanab Field Office.

Salt Lake
The Salt Lake Field Office provides camping opportunities at developed sites and in primitive, dispersed settings in the Great Basin desert west of Interstate 15 and in the northeast corner of Utah near Bear Lake.

St. George
The St. George Field Office maintains two campgrounds.

Moab
The Moab Field Office maintains 25 campgrounds for your enjoyment.

Monticello
The Monticello Field Office maintains 2 developed campgrounds.

Vernal
The Vernal Field Office offers a variety of camping experiences in areas like Book Cliffs and Green River.