6 of the Best Places to Pick Up Your RV in Utah

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There’s no place like home, but when you own an Ember RV, home can literally be anywhere – even some of the most beautiful and remote places on earth. So if you’re ready to hit the road home and experience the most rugged, spectacular and exciting places in the Beehive State, be sure to have these RV hotspots on your list. .


Surrounded by natural wonders on all sides – literally – Panguitch is one of those places where you could stay forever and never get bored. It is that Panguitch and the region which surrounds it offer leisure activities and landscapes of all kinds.

Spend a day leisurely fishing on Panguitch Lake or take a day trip to attractions such as Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Cedar Breaks National Monument and Zion National Park .

Located in the desert of southwestern Utah, the area is perfect for hikers, rafters, horseback riders, sightseers – or humans of all kinds. And with readily available RV parks – like Panguitch KOA Holiday, for example – you can log in and make a base with all the comforts of home.

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If you love alpine vistas, there’s no point leaving the Wasatch Front in your rearview mirror. In fact, you can dive headfirst into Utah’s most spectacular mountain range in a modern yet rugged motorhome.

Wasatch Mountain State Park offers 23,000 acres of unspoiled natural scenery, as well as year-round recreation including camping, hiking, off-roading, mountain biking, horseback riding and more. Check out Pine Creek Campground in Cottonwood Loop for RV hookups in a scenic location.

6 of the Best Places to Pick Up Your RV in Utah
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Despite the name, you’ll likely find good weather in Hurricane. And that’s a good thing considering the outdoor adventures available just around the corner from the small town. Log on to Sand Hollow RV Resort and enjoy proximity to Sand Hollow Reservoir and Sand Hollow State Park.

Of course, Hurricane is also a home base for many travelers to Zion National Park, so you’ll want to bring your hiking boots for the park’s most notable trails, like Angel’s Landing, Emerald Pools, and The Narrows.

bear lake

While fair-weather travelers can head south, there’s no reason not to point your RV north. In fact, Bear Lake State Park is the perfect destination for RV enthusiasts due to its many recreational opportunities, numerous RV hookup sites, and proximity to the Wasatch Front.

Whether you are fishing, boating, or just relaxing on the shore, you are sure to find recreation and relaxation at Bear Lake. Check out Utah State Parks to reserve an RV site in the state park, or opt for a number of RV parks near the lake.

National Dinosaur Monument

Paleontologists and regulars will find plenty to see and do in and around Dinosaur National Monument near Jensen. The monument is a blast from the past – literally – with an exhibit hall that houses over 1,500 dinosaur fossils.

Aside from the dinosaurs, the monument is located on the northern edge of the Colorado Plateau, which offers spectacular scenery and countless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Hitch your RV to the KOA Dinosaur Monument or any number of nearby campgrounds for an exciting and educational experience.


Canyonlands National Park is one of Utah’s greatest offerings in the world. With (you guessed it) beautiful canyons, as well as mesas, pinnacles, and countless other formations, Canyonlands is packed with spectacular hikes, incredible mountain biking trails, and star-filled skies.

And when cruising through the park in a motorhome, you can enjoy the clear night sky without jostling it at all. Check out Utah.com for a list of RV options in and around Canyonlands National Park.

6 of the Best Places to Pick Up Your RV in Utah
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This RV lifestyle

No matter where you live, the state of the hive is entirely within your reach when you own an RV, especially when it’s an Ember RV. Compact yet resolutely modern, Ember is a woman-owned company reinventing recreational vehicles.

The Ember RV Trailblazer chassis is built for all-terrain performance and durability, bringing many new adventures to the list of possibilities. Not only is this new design great for off-road adventures, it’s also engineered for a quieter, smoother ride. The shock absorbers and damping springs included in this new design make every road feel like freshly paved.

Ember RV offers options for a smaller unit perfect for couples, or a larger one for the whole family. And rest assured that no matter the size of your group, they’ll be safe in an Ember RV. They fit every vehicle with high-quality Goodyear Wrangler Workhorse tires, plus a tire pressure monitoring system.

With a trailer designed to go off-road and off-grid, Ember RVs will help you enjoy Utah the way it was meant to be.

Be sure to visit Salt Lake City’s Bish Motorhome to see Ember’s impressive line of compact motorhomes in person.

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