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Smyths, Utah

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42 Reviews of 8 Smyths, Utah Campgrounds

Kimberly  N.
Reviewed May. 22, 2021

Small and Quite

We have a cabin at the top that we can't get too from October - July(ish) so we stay at Little Cottonwood when can't get to the top.  We love staying here!  The campground is small, only 14 sites but the best part is the creek that runs down the entire mountain and right through the campsite.  The…

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Month of VisitOctober
Lise F.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 30, 2021

One of the best!

We pitched our tent right near the creek. Beautiful spot with some seclusion.We only stayed one night but it was awesome.  Would definitely come back. Sad I don't have any photos, but it was beautiful & peaceful!

Month of VisitJuly
Lauren E.
Reviewed Apr. 14, 2021

Beautiful getaway

Stayed here Monday 4/12 and we had the place to ourselves. Still some snow patches but the daytime temp was very pleasant! The water was shut off which was a bummer, but the campground is so beautiful! It’s pack in pack out, so take your trash with you.

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CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 12, 2021

A nice, comfortable stop

We stayed here overnight on our trip and were very happy with the campground. Everything is very clean and well maintained. Most of the campground looks new or at least newly renovated. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. There is also a game room with foos ball and air hockey.

It’s an easy…

KThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 4, 2021

Great location for overnighting along Interstate 15 or if you love ATVing

Great location if you ATV or just need a night along Interstate 15.  We were just traveling through but had some truck trouble.  The owners were so great and flexible as we were changing our nights daily.  I can't say enough about how kind and accommodating they were.   Showers, bathrooms, laundry…

Victoria C.
Reviewed Feb. 28, 2021

Perfect spot for an overnight stop

Really quiet, convenient and quite pretty place to stop overnight. We stayed in site 33 which was great because we didn't have to unhook our tow vehicle and you have no one looking in your front windshield. Sites are reasonably spaced and the host was nice and helpful. Will definitely stop here…

  • View out of front windshield.
  • Picnic table
  • Only some sites have fire pits right now.
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Judy T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 26, 2020

One of our favorite discoveries

This was one of the prettiest campgrounds we stayed at during a 7 week camping trip. It is located within the boundaries of Fremont Indian State Park near I-70 up a graded gravel road north of I-70. This is not to be confused with the one for RVs on the north side of I-70.

We were treated to…

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Mikki S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 26, 2020

Great Campground right of I70

We stayed at site CA23, a dispersed site. There were plenty of water taps around the campground to fill up jugs if need be, along with a bucket and shovel at each spigot to use for your fire pit. Lots of neat trails and hikes, Petroglyphs too. Visitor center has an education center that looked…

cThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 5, 2020

Lots to do here

The campground is very nice.  It is gravel with fire pits and tables.  There are also tipis that can be rented.  You are close to the Fremont Indian exhibit and trails.  There is also a nice trail that leads up into the Fishlake National Forest.

Lots to see!  There are red rock pillars, yellow…

Month of VisitOctober
Dave S.
Reviewed Oct. 3, 2020

Wonderful place but please leave no trace

We stayed here for a week while waiting for a package to arrive in Cedar City. The gap is a beautiful place and the petroglyphs would be as well were it not for the vandalism on them. On some camping apps people are saying just camp anywhere out here. I wanted to clarify that. While there are lots…

Mariah G.
Reviewed Oct. 3, 2020

Most Inexpensive Tipi I've Seen

Got to stay in a rad tipi site for only $30! They had firewood available by the bundle for $5/armload. Tent sites are $15 and extra cars are $10. It's about a mile from the Fremont Indian State Park and the surrounding area is pure magic.

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Emily L.
Reviewed Sep. 17, 2020

Quiet and Calm

My husband and I camped at this campground September 3rd to September 8th of 2020. We are tent campers and really enjoyed this campground.

All of the campsites seem to great for tent or trailer but there are specific sites that have tent pads. We were in spot 11 and it did not have a tent pad but…

Brittney  B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 15, 2020

Super cute and spacious

Plenty of room for multiple tent In a few different spaces and it’s first come first serve, they also have day use for 5 dollars! Envelopes are located once you pull into campground. Nice fishing hole and chipmunks and cows are every where so make sure you keep your food protected because trust me…

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Brittney  B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 7, 2020

Breath taking views

Wow! Talk about about incredible... first of all there is not a camp host so make sure to reserve ahead of time or cross your fingers and hope it’s not a busy weekend. However they have so many different dispersed camping all around so not to fret you will find a place. The bathroom is spotless!!!…

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Reviewed Aug. 31, 2020

Great Overnight stop car camping

Checked in at 8:30pm on a Monday during a cross country drive.  Host was gracious and suggested spot 12.  There  was plenty of availability even late eve (weekday).  All were good, quiet spots.  Spot 12 was across from wheelchair path to creek (Beaver River).  There was a nice bench where path met…

Month of VisitSeptember

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