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Starr Spring Campground

About

Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Land Management

Starr Springs Campground sits on the southeast end of Mount Hillers. It is a favorite among geology enthusiasts, rock hounds, and late season hunters. Starr Springs offers twelve individual camp sites and one large group site. The campground also has picnic tables, benches, fire rings, grills, a nature trail, restrooms, and potable water.

Fee Info

$10 / site / night. $20 / night for the group site. Fee is paid on-site.

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Location

Starr Spring Campground is located in Utah

Detail location of campground

Directions

7 miles west of State Route 276 at milepost 17

Address

380 South 100 West
Hanksville, UT 84734

Coordinates

37.849015 N
110.663443 W

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Access

  • Drive-In
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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)

Features

For Campers

  • Trash
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets

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2 Reviews

Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 13, 2020

Best Kept Secret

This BLM campground is head and shoulders above your typical boondock campsite, of which there are plenty in Utah. Better yet, it was empty when we arrived on a Sunday afternoon in mid July. It comes complete with 12 sites and a group area, picnic tables, fire rings and grill stands in every site, clean vault toilets, water standpipes and one heck of a view once you get out from under the luxuriant, shading scrub oaks. We heard about it from family members who are into rockhounding, and it does not disappoint. Definitely for the tent/small RV boondock crowd. There are no electric hookups or dump stations, but if you’re set up to go off the grid you might be able to fit a small RV or trailer in a couple of these sites. There is actually a spring nearby, so there’s a very small gurgling brook running through the campground. You’re a little higher up, so it’s a few degrees cooler than below, where you’re awed by the vast expanses of mesas and red-rock monuments you pass through to get here on SR 95 from Hanksville to the north or Blanding to the south. You’ll see the sign just past the 17-mile marker as you come south on the northern leg of 276. Fee is $10 per night. Half that if you have America the Beautiful senior pass.

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Reviewed Oct. 18, 2019

Excellent BLM campground

Been staying here since the 1970’s. Great place. Very remote.