RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Lower Pines Campground

Located in beautiful Pine Valley, the group campground consists of 9 sites, 2 doubles and 7 singles. Each single site has a picnic table, fire ring, utility table and 12'x 12' tent pad. Each double site has two picnic tables, fire ring, two utility tables and 12' x 20' tent pad. This area has a covered group picnic area, vault toilet, and water hydrants.

USDA Forest Service
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Lower Pines Campground is located in Utah
37.3778 N
-113.4661 W
Get Directions
From St. George, Utah, go north on Highway 18 to Central. Go right on Forest Highway 35 to Pine Valley. Go left on Main Street 3 miles to the Pine Valley Recreation Area.  
2 Reviews of Lower Pines Campground
Dixie National Forest Utah

Elevation 6800 ft Was 90s during day ( a lot cooler in shade) 60s at night, so quite a drop in temp. No wifi. No cell reception. Clean bathrooms. Hosts were keeping up with sites all day. No showers. Dump station is a few miles down. Some sites are available to reserve online. Others are walk up. Rv and tents. Absolutely beautiful. A few other campgrounds on the way to Crackfoot. Entrance fee was $5 but waived because we were camping. Fees are $17 per night. Take cash or checks. Half price for senior or handicapped passes. Cows came in to feed before sunset. Deer too. Coyotes could be heard at night. And something stole my bananas HA! A steak restaraunt down the hill about 5 miles away. Sells ice and stuff too. Hosts sell firewood bundles for $6 each.The sunset was amazing!! Red!! All of my photos are right from our campsite! There was an all day concert one day. The echo of the music through the mountains was awesome!! This place filled up fast. We stayed from Sunday to Tuesday. Check in is 2 but they allow earlier if no one is at site. Check out is noon or 11 . We arrived around noon.

First to Review

This tent only portion of Pine Valley was great. A small stream close by. Fully shaded and cool compared to St George.