Dixie National Forest

Dispersed Camping Rules:

  • Dispersed Camping is allowed within 150 feet of the centerline of an allowed road or trail.
  • Special road restrictions apply to vehicles wider than 62″ (5’2″). Check the MVUMs.
  • In some popular areas, dispersed camping is limited to designated sites only. See the Designated Dispersed Camping Areas below.
  • Time limit: 16 days, after which you must move 10 miles.
  • Dispersed Camping Guidelines

Campgrounds:

  • Cedar Canyon $17-34, creekside
  • Duck Creek $17-34, near a lake, toilets, water, garbage
  • Navajo Lake $17-34, lakeside, toilets, water, garbage, views
  • Panguitch Lake North $17-34, water, toilets, garbage, dump station, near a lake and a general store
  • Panguitch Lake South $14, water, toilets, garbage. ATVs cannot be trailered in. Across the street from North campground. Near a lake and general store.
  • Spruces $17-34, lakeside, water, toilets, garbage
  • Te-Ah $17, water, toilets, garbage, dump station
  • Barker Recreation Area $11+, water, toilets, bear boxes
  • Blue Spruce $9+, creekside, water, toilet
  • Posey Lake $11+, lakeside, water, toilets
  • Honeycomb Rocks $13+, water, toilet, garbage, near 2 lakes
  • Crackfoot $17-34, water, toilet, riverside, paved
  • Dean Gardner $17-34+, water, toilet, lakeside, paved
  • Mitt Moody $17-34+, water, toilets
  • King Creek $15+, lakeside, water, toilets. Open year round but snow can be waist high in winter.
  • Red Canyon $18+, water, toilets, showers, dump station, garbage, paved, right next to a highway

Designated Dispersed Camping Areas:

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