The Red Cliffs Campground has 10 campsites within reddish-orange canyon walls. Quail Creek, a seasonal stream, emerges from a canyon and flows through the middle of the campground.
This was a nice little place. Less than a dozen sites, only some with water, none with power. All site have covered picnic tables. Accepts interagency passes for 50% off camping.
The proximity to St. George and the easy and scenic trails, mean that it was very busy during the day with day use hikers.
There are a number of things that make this site stand out. There is a Native American archeological site, a few different spots with dinosaur tracks, horse and bike trails, and a creekside trail through a slot canyon with a number of pools deep enough for swimming.
This a cool spot that seems to be off the radar a little bit. I use this spot when I want to go to zion which is only a 30 min drive from red cliffs. Zions camp spots are alway reserved in advance. I've personally never had to do deal with not finding an open spot at this camp ground. Theirs also a lake and hiking trails super close by. And if you forget something or need something theirs a walmart and gas station 10 mins away. They only down side is I wouldn't camp here mid summer when its 90+ at night, it's super hot almost unbearable to sleep in.
This is such a beautiful campground! There are so many hiking and biking trails right around the campsite with the trailheads in the campground! Beautiful desert scenery and so many nice people! Super clean and easy one night access and even a day use picnic area.
Made several trips through this camping ground to hike through the red rock canyons behind. Super fun and great when the snow melts! The campgrounds were all pretty open but seemed pretty clean with easy access.
Red Cliffs is a popular location for locals out of St George for day hikes and school outings because of its geological significance and fossilized dinosaurs prints. There are 11 camping sites that have shade structures, picnic benches, and fire rings. Water faucets are located convenient to each site and bathrooms are vaulted. There is lots of traffic throughout the day with day visitors but evenings are peaceful. Not conducive to large RV’S. The campground fills up regularly so plan for an alternate. KOA is just down the road.
Really love this campground! It's small but nice. Good distant between sites and it's a really beautiful place with great hiking.
This quite frankly, was a shock. You would never expect this campground to be so cool if you just looked in its direction.
This was our first stop in our camping journey. The space is fairly small but a beautiful area. Hiking trails lead to some dinosaur tracks! There is access to water at the sites. No showers.
Not a lot of people camp here which is great. I've never had a hard time finding a camping spot here. The few times I have, I will just go a few miles north to silver reef where camping is free.
It's a beautiful campground and a short distance from Zion National Park. Unfortunately when I went, I believe the water was being redirected for agricultural use because the water was fairly stagnant, being that the stream was essentially dried up. The campsites are fairly spacious though, accessible by paved roads. Each site also comes with a fire pit, in addition to having a covered "dining" area as well. Biggest downfall for me was no available showered, although each site does have access to running water.