Me and my family decided to take a spontaneous weekend trip up to Wyoming. We were there the 26th & 27th of September, it was so awesome! Colter bay is a very popular camping spot and we didn’t reserve ahead of time, so we went to the campsite with the knowledge that we possibly might not get a spot and would have to camp outside the park. Well, things ended up working out really well for us and not only did we get a spot, but we were able to get in Grand Teton national Park because the 26th happened to be national public lands day! The camp hosts were absolutely charming and helpful, and the campsite itself was beautiful! I don’t think they typically have random campsite openings, but since the 27th was the last day of the season, and since it was quite cold, I think most people don’t pick that time to go. Nevertheless, it was absolutely exceptional and I would recommend this campsite to those of all different kinds of groups, small or large!
We’ve been coming here for several years now, and it hasn’t disappointed! It is a simple yet adventurous place to hang out and stay a few nights at! We really love the lake and all the little trails we could mountain bike on! Good place for families or big groups to come to!
Due to Covid-19 everything was pretty much shut down for 4th of July celebrations. We decided to take a family trip down south to Parowan. Due to some minor inconveniences with finding a camping spot we ended up driving for several hours trying to figure out where to camp. We ended up camping at the Navajo Lake campground with our trailer. It was absolutely stunning, and I completely forgot I was actually in Utah! 🤣 it was so fun!! We got to go fishing and swimming and kayaking, and the sunsets did not disappoint! Overall very happy with our trip and would 110% go back and comp there again!
I went here with my family a few years ago and we all had such a good time! It was so fun to explore Goblin Valley and get a little dirty! A good plan for all ages and truly beautiful!
Me and my family live right outside the canyon where little mill is located! We absolutely love camping here! It is such a nice place to just go up for a weekend and just relax. About 10-15 minutes further up the canyon there is a reservoir where you can swim kayak/canoe fish and hike around. It is such a nice place to relax and enjoy nature!