National Park Service
Canyonlands National Park
You must have an overnight permit for all overnight trips along the White Rim. Obtain permits here: https://www.recreation.gov/permits/4675315
Labyrinth has two designated campsites: Labyrinth A This small, very scenic site is composed mostly of packed, gravel dirt. The area is wide open and…
You must have an overnight permit for all overnight trips along the White Rim.
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
NOT for RVs. The road is 4x4 only with very low clearance. Stop and read every sign. You go through BLM land then on to Canyon Lands Property, which if you camp on that land with out a permit is heavy fines. Do not go here without talking to a local ranger / visitor center. It is BEAUTIFUL and the…
The Labyrinth A & B sites are about 100 yards from one another but elevation differences mean that you really don’t see the other unless you want to. Between the sites is a primitive toilet.
The site itself is easy to reach (about 1-1.5 hour drive off the paved road via Mineral Road and…
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went during spring break, late March. the view is so chill. next to the river, and high up away feom the mosquitoes. waking up to this campground was soooooooooo refreshing! the views oh, and the night sky. yeas! temperature was cold. mid 30’s to high 40’s
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Labyrinth: Backcountry Campsites is located in Utah