From a writer at RV Life Magazine.
As most RVers know, Utah has many beautiful destinations. Not only does the state have five national parks and six national monuments worthy of a visit, but also 43 excellent state parks.
In 1999, while working on my book, Camping Utah, my husband, Mike, and I traveled more than 8,000 miles in Utah checking out all of its 300-plus public campgrounds, including all of the state parks.
During our most recent visit, I found that more than a dozen Utah state parks now offer full-hookup campground sites. I have chosen five of them to highlight here—Bear Lake, Palisade, Red Fleet, Sand Hollow and Wasatch Mountain. However, the remaining full-hookup state parks—Deer Creek, East Canyon, Huntington, Jordanelle, Kodachrome, Starvation, Steinaker and Williard Bay—are no less worthy of a visit.
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