Standard (tent/RV)
Dispersed
Group
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Kolob Terrace Road Dispersed
Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
No WiFi
Location
Kolob Terrace Road Dispersed is located in Utah
Latitude
37.2124 N
Longitude
-113.1692 W
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11 Reviews of Kolob Terrace Road Dispersed
Great dispersed camping

It’s easy to miss the turn onto the dirt road, so definitely scout it out on Google maps ahead of time. The road can be muddy and rutted after a rain, so take weather into account. That said, we got our 30 year old 30 foot motorhome in and out multiple times.

All around a great spot. Right next to the creek, generally quiet with few other campers. Nice and dark at night for star gazing, and shade trees for during the day. Tons of hiking in every direction, and Zion is close by.

Pretty good

The area was beautiful, but the campsites don't have tables or firepits. There was also a huge cattle ranch near where we camped, and the noise made it hard to sleep.

Quiet and beautiful with dark starry nights

We love camping here and come often. We would usually visit between the months of March-Early November. Spring and fall bring sunny days and cool evenings and mornings. During the warmer summer months we take to the water. The temperature is always a bit cooler than in town.  There are no fees but also no amenities. So please, if you pack it in then you need to pack it out. Bring plenty of water for drinking and cleaning. Make sure to plan ahead for bathroom/ shower needs as those are not available. If you follow the river you can find some spots with good shade. We usually find a spot near to the river in lower sunset, some spots around the bends are deep enough to swim. There is a lot of hiking nearby as well as horse trails. The kids really enjoyed hunting for crawdads, watching the tadpoles/frogs, and the cows as they would cross through for water. The nights are dark and allows for an awesome night of stargazing.

Free find

Great spot to get you near the park

Quiet and comfortable

This area is amazing. I would say medium in ways of getting to the back campsite. You would need some clearance to get across the creek.

Basic spot with fire pits

Unmarked sites next to a creek. The area is on the right side of the road.

Unreal Utah BLM

We were here for a long weekend & it was unreal. There’s a TON of space and it was great for mountain biking. Highly recommend.

We did bonfires & outdoor stoves and had no issue with “dry heat”. There were tons of baby cactus everywhere, which made it all feel extra desert-y.

Oregon Trail BS

Not paying for a camp site was nice however, good spots were taken very VERY early, and absolutely zero shade in the hot sun. Had to leave camp site early because of heat and couldn’t come back until sun was down. There is a small stream right up the road. Video shows part of drive to Zion and only short drive to Zion from campsite. This place offered a quiet secluded camping spot which would’ve been enjoyable not in summer months

Oregon Trail BS

Not paying for a camp site was nice however, good spots were taken very VERY early, and absolutely zero shade in the hot sun. Had to leave camp site early because of heat and couldn’t come back until sun was down. There is a small stream right up the road. Video shows part of drive to Zion and only short drive to Zion from campsite. This place offered a quiet secluded camping spot which would’ve been enjoyable not in summer months

Pretty hot but free!

Very hot in the summer and busy during the fall as well although it is a bit more pleasant. It lies close to the creek at the very beginning of Kolob Terrace Rd. on the right hand side. There are many places to park a small RV or trailer but there are also spots to pitch a tent! These are completely primitive sites and do not have fire rings or bathrooms at the sites. They are free however and offer great access to Zion NP and easy access to the Subway if you're going to the route from the bottom.