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Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Singletree

Singletree Campground is located on the east side of Boulder Mountain in central Utah. Visitors enjoy hiking and sightseeing in this beautiful area.


A one-mile hiking trail begins within the campground, leading to Singletree Falls. The trail follows Singletree Creek and offers sweeping views of the red rock desert landscape below.

Horseshoe pits and a volleyball court are located near the group sites, offering additional activities.


This campground contains several single-family sites and two group sites. Flush toilets, drinking water and a dump station are provided. Roads and parking spurs are paved. Wireless internet is available for $5.

Natural Features

The campground is situated at an elevation of 8,200 feet in a scenic ponderosa pine and aspen forest. Summer wildflowers are abundant and autumn leaves put on a spectacular show. Beautiful open vistas of Capitol Reef National Park and the Henry Mountains can be viewed from within the campground.

Nearby Attractions

Capitol Reef National Park is approximately 20 miles from Singletree. This unique park offers excellent hiking trails, historic sites, scenic driving and breathtaking scenery.

Sightseeing along Utah Highway 12, a National Scenic Byway, is very popular. Visitors enjoy the stunning red rock canyons and desert landscapes.

ADA Access: N

$12.00 - $50.00
National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Singletree is located in Utah
38.1628 N
-111.3297 W
Get Directions
From Torrey, Utah, drive approximately one mile east on Highway 24 to junction of Highway 12. Turn right onto Highway 12 and continue for 12 miles to the campground.
7 Reviews of Singletree
Nice & Quiet Campground

We stopped at Single Tree Campground on our way to Capitol Reef from Bryce Canyon and it was a fantastic stay. We stayed at site 16 and our closest neighbor was probably 100ft away. Very quiet and spacious; the grounds had flushable toilets which were very clean as well as drinking water spigots and trash dumpster. The price was right at $12 for tenting, $6 for a bundle of wood. It’s a cash only but the campground host, where you pay, was able to break a $20; so exact dollars wasn’t needed. Didn’t see full RV power and water hook ups but many people had their own generators. Our stay was during the first week of August and campground wasn’t even half full. With only a handle full of sites that can be reserved, the majority of the people just drove up and easily found a spot like we did. Would definitely stay here again!

Beautiful Campground

This campground sits above CR and is beautiful! It is super quite, has wonderful views, and is a bit cooler due to the elevation climb from CR. Stayed for only one night but will definitely come back for a longer visit.

Fantastic campground

This is a shaded campground with a beautiful stream that goes through the sites. Highly recommended

This was our favorite campground in utah

This was a great campground. We had one of the group sites and there was plenty of room to spread out. There are flush toilets but no showers. They did not have internet as advertised but other than that we love this site. It came complete with amazing views and a great fire pit and picnic area we even had a volleyball court in our site!

Great campground if you get the right site

Some campsites are great, with shade and a creek that travels next to the tents. Others, particularly in the center of the loop, are not as glamorous. There is a short trail that leads to a beautiful waterfall if you follow along the creek. This campsite was pretty high in elevation, so expect colder nights.

A mini California in deserted Utah!

This is an amazing place, with flush toilets, stream running near by and a weather so good that you wouldn't want to leave.

First to Review
High Elevation, Wooded Campdround Near Capitol Reef

We were happy we stayed here over the Fruita Campground in Capitol Reef. It was cooler being at a high elevation, and way less crowded.

Sites were in good shape and flush toilets were clean.