RV Sites
Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Drinking Water
About Castle Rock Campground

Campground. Located in Clear Creek Canyon and very easily accessed from Exit 17 on I-70. A small creek runs through the campground, there are no fish. This campground is operated under permit by the nearby Fremont Indian State Park. There are trails for hiking and access to ATV trails. Common vegetation in the area includes cottonwood, pinion, juniper and Ponderosa pine trees. This campground is open to ATV use. On the northwest corner of the campground is an ATV trail that will take you around the hill to access the Pauite ATV 01 trail. This trail leaves directly from the campground to the Main Paiute ATV trail in Dry Canyon, then south to Big Johns Flat and ultimately to Circleville. Big Johns Flat and Circleville are only accessible from this area from late July to the first of October due to snow drifts in the upper elevations. Another trail goes north to the Pahvant Range and Fillmore.

Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
Castle Rock Campground is located in Utah
38.5545 N
-112.3554 W
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The Castle Rock Campground is approximately 24.1 miles from Richfield, Utah. In Richfield from the Junction of  300 N and Main Street, travel south on main street approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right onto 1300 S and go west for approximately 1.1 miles. Turn left onto I-70 southbound and travel for approximately 20 miles. Take exit 17  and turn left  passing over I-70 onto FR478. Continue on FR478 for 1.5 miles to the campground.
1 Review of Castle Rock Campground
First to Review
Right off I-70, GORGEOUS and SPACIOUS campsites

It's first come first serve. We called Fremont Indian State Park rangers to see if there were any open spots. They were very helpful and friendly. We stopped here on our way from Denver to LA, so it worked out perfect for us that it was located right off I-70, less than a mile off the freeway. But since it's right off the freeway, it's remote from everything like stores, gas stations, or restaurants.

The campsites were very clean and the toilets were well maintained as well. A lot of the sites were very close to the toilet. Each site was huge and had tons of shades. Also, each site is very far from one another, so you have plenty of privacy. Fifteen dollars for a site. A lot of the sites were for double RV occupancy.

There are lots of cool trails leading up to the castle rock perfect for a little hiking as well as water streams, all over the site. There's also the Fremont Indian State Park or Museum near the site to check out. Teepees were also available for thirty bucks for those who want some cool experience.