East canyon camping features, wagons, RV trailers, yurts, cabins, and hammock camping
Experience the old west and stay at the best! Feel how pioneers camped as they trekked across the mountains at East Canyon State Park. With our full size wagons they can accommodate up to 4 people. These wagons are furnished with a king size bed, and twin bunk beds. A small kitchenette table and stools are perfect for that late night board game. A small fridge and microwave are available for your camping snacks. The wagon sites have a picnic table, propane gas grill, and fire pits for your cooking needs. Additional parking in each site is available upon request at the park. $100.00 Mon-Thurs. $130.00 Fri, Sat, Sun, and holidays. A $200.00 refundable security deposit is required. Sorry no pets allowed in the wagons.
Come stay in our RV trailer all set up for your camping experience. The trailer is fully functional with power, water and a restroom. With a quad bunk bed set up 4 members of your family can stay in their own fun room. The couch will convert into a double bed, and the master room will accommodate 2 people. The site has a covered pavilion, picnic table and fire pit. Don’t miss your chance to have your family stay in the newest addition to our camping options. $100.00 Mon-Thurs. $130.00 Fri, Sat, Sun, and holidays. A $200.00 refundable security deposit is required. Sorry no pets allowed in the RV.
East Canyon Yurt
Yurts Get out of the dirt and into a yurt! $70 Mon-Thurs (excluding holidays) $100 Fri, Sat, Sun ($200 security deposit required- collected at the park).
Can sleep up to 8 people. Bunk bed, small table, chairs, and a futon. Power also in the yurts. Cooking can be done on the gas grill on the yurt decks. Fire pits are now available at each yurt. Sorry no pets in or around yurts. Heat is turned off May 15 – Oct 15, or as temperatures dictates. Restrooms near the yurts. No pets allowed in the yurts.
East Canyon Cabin
Cabins: $70 Mon-Thurs (excluding holidays) $100 Fri, Sat, Sun ($200 security deposit required- collected at the park). Can accommodate up to six people and have ADA accessibility.
Each cabin has bunk beds, table and chairs, lights and power, Heat/AC, small microwave and refrigerator, water in the site (in summer, not in the cabin) The restrooms are located near the cabins, restrooms with showers(summer) and vault restrooms (winter). No pets in/around cabins.
East Canyon Hammock Campground
$20.00 a night for the entire site. Bring your family and friends out and come hang with us. The hammock structure can accommodate up to 8 people. It’s great for scout groups and folks who just don’t want to tent up.
Don’t have a hammock? No problem! We have hammock rentals for you. The rental fee is $10.00 per-hammock + straps for your entire stay, plus a refundable fee (depending on the condition of the hammock when returned) of $60.00 Bring your sleeping bag and your set.
The hammock site is located in the Big Rock campground – Site 25. Reserve your spot today
Close to Favis and Weber counties, this is a great place for 1 or 2 night stays. We usually stay here every spring. The campground is a short walk to the "beach." There is a great picnic area between the boat ramp and campground. In the spring the water is right up near it. Later in the summer, the water goes down and there is a real nice beach for kids to play. Not many trees but pretty good campground.
Great family place , large tent sites , bathroom , beautiful views, and clean water .
The state park is on the northeast shore of the lake and features lots of good fishing as well as picnic areas and some exposed hot hiking trails. Water level has been steadily dropping here as with most waterbodies in the state this year but good sized smallmouth bass can be caught. Landed a few little ones that we ended up cooking whole. A great place to spend a really hot day if you have a boat to take out on the water
There are not any trees in this camp site, so it is really hot. The cows and lambs are all around. There is a little store at the East Canyon resort, that is just up the road. The water access isn’t super easy, the campground is a little higher than the beach
It was hard to keep warm but it was beautiful fall
We stayed in a yurt and it was an amazing experience! The yurt had a cozy gas powered fireplace. It got down to about 30 degrees but we were actually too hot. Beautiful views of the lake and mountains. Woke up to deer outside our yurt. Great experience!
Beautiful. We stayed at the resort about a mile from the lake it was very nice.
Stayed at Mormon Flat campground. It's a little hard to find, but we did drive in at night so that was half the problem. The group site was really nice because you can set up tents wherever so it doesn't limit your tent size! Overall a great spot and really pretty!
Great stay at the group site during Questival. Bathroom close and fire pit was large enough to get 15+ people around.