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11 Of America’s Most Idyllic Camping Sites

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Watchman Campground, Zion National Park, Utah

Watchman Campground is located a quarter-mile from the south entrance of Zion National Park in Utah. It is surrounded by massive sandstone cliffs, piñon pine, tall rocky peaks, woodlands of juniper, and sagebrush. Near the campgrounds runs the mighty Virgin River, giving campers access to bike trails along the riverbank and hiking to a nearby archaeological site.

Camping in Zion, Utah’s first National Park, offers a full range of fascinating geological history and extraordinary sunsets that turn the peaks bright orange and red. You may be interested in knowing that you have just a short walk across the river into the incredibly touristy town of Springdale with its many restaurants, shops, and bars.

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