Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Toquerville Falls Primitive
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
No ADA Access
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
No Phone Service
No Picnic Table
Not Reservable
No Showers
No Toilets
No Trash
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
Toquerville Falls Primitive is located in Utah
37.2988 N
-113.2471 W
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3 Reviews of Toquerville Falls Primitive
Rough roads but rewarding

Talk about nail biting, butt squeezing ride to this magical, majestic, wonderful waterfalls. We don’t have a 4x4 as you know.. but we push our Burban to the limits!!! Super dope place to camp, be prepared because you have no resources, pack in and make sure you pack out. Don’t forget to pull your truck on the waterfall and take a picture!! We came when it’s chilly so the water was ice cold, I do think summer would be amazing for sure!!!! It started to get super windy and dark clouds so we could not stay the night, I seen someone post about flash floods… LISTEN don’t take the chance because you will get your self stuck in flash floods, mud, and potential rocks falling… don’t even get your self into that situation. Pay attention to the weather and don’t risk it! Besides that super neat and happy we got to experience it.

Awesome spot.

The only way you can get to this spot is bu hiking or 4X4. No other vehicle can make it. If you do decide to hike, it would be at least an hour and a half hike. But when you finally get here you will see that it was worth it. Beautiful waterfalls that fall into a crater like pool. The water continues to flow down for miles. It is very peaceful at night especially hearing the water fall flow. You can sleep anywhere just be curious. Highly recommended.

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Off grid camping and scenery too!

Roughly 10 mi out of Toquerville on Spring drive is The Falls. A really sweet place to stop, cool off, I saw some people swimming during the day, and just relax and take in the gorgeous canyon. Dotted with pinion pines this is a stark desert landscape that is freeing just to drive through, let alone set up and camp and drink in its essence. Road in varies in difficulty, if it is even hinting of rain I personally would find another place to go. Not just for the unpredictable road conditions, but flash flooding is a real danger. Watch the weather reports and take then into consideration when setting up camp. Ok, the fun stuff. Trailers would not be advised unless specifically made to handle the road in, so tent camping is the most prevalent, I have a rooftop tent, so it is perfect for this. Days are hot in late spring and summer, nights can get cold especially in the early spring. Be prepared for both. This is no potable water source, nor provisions to be had so go in with all you will need. Dark nights mean amazing stars an I mean amazing, bring some lounging chairs and a good wine and just lay back. Our site had a pre made rock ring and plenty of wood around to burn. It gets really dry, so be extra careful with the fire. Pack in pack out all garbage. Enjoy