You have plenty of options in Utah when it comes to a staycation – you’ll find hotels for every budget, cozy log cabins, and tons of campgrounds if you want to get out into the great outdoors. Add one more thing to your list, though! There’s a unique camping experience that’s right on the doorstep of one of Utah’s most underrated national parks, and you’ll want to check it out. Tucked away on the edge of the park you’ll find a fantastic teepee campground near Torrey, Utah. Take a look!

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Have you ever stayed at Capitol Reef Resort? Do you find yourself searching for sleep in a teepee near me in Utah? Teepee camping in Utah is such a fun and unique way to experience our state’s gorgeous scenery!

To book your stay at this teepee campground, visit the Capitol Reef Resort website and follow the Capitol Reef Resort Facebook page.

While you’re in Capitol Reef National Park, you’ll also want to check out the apple orchards at the Gifford Homestead. And if your stay is part of a road trip, make sure to check out our ultimate road trip packing list, and don’t forget the car-friendly snacks for your journey!

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How many state parks does Utah have?

Utah has 46 state parks and five national parks, each boasting otherworldly natural beauty and sights unlike anywhere else in the country.

What are the best places to visit in Utah?

The Beehive State is renowned for its larger-than-life geological wonders and diverse scenery, so it's fitting that many of the best places to visit in Utah can be found within the state's most iconic landscapes. Of course, such beauty can be found in every corner of the state, but Utah is most notably said to be home to the "Mighty Five" National Parks:

  • Zion National Park
  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Canyonlands National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Capitol Reef National Park

 

Beyond Utah's stunning national parks, however, there are a multitude of other natural wonders, lakes, byways, and monuments to see throughout the state, as well as man-made attractions and under-the-radar destinations. Here are just a few beautiful places to see  and explore in Utah:

 

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