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Dutch John, Utah Campgrounds and RV Parks

There are dozens of RV parks in Dutch John, Utah, and hundreds of RV resorts in Utah itself, as it’s one of the most popular destinations for folks looking for a good mixture of desert and mountain forest climates.

RV parks in Dutch John, Utah are spread around the town, with many scattered on either side of the Flaming Gorge and Green River. Campgrounds around Dutch John Mountain are plentiful, and represent some of the finest RV parks in Utah. The Flaming Gorge Dam Visitor Center acts as a kind of focal point between Red River and Dutch John, and most RV resorts can be found within several miles of either.

Folks from all over the world find themselves here, but the area is only a relatively short drive from Salt Lake City and the Yellowstone National Park area, so there is a lot of traffic moving through the area. It’d be a mistake to just spend a night in this area without exploring some of the natural elements that have made so much of the land in this part of Utah protected. The Ashley National Forest and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area meet at the intersection of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado; and the nearby Dinosaur Quarry Visitor Center and Exhibit Hall at the edge of Dinosaur National Monument act as a kind of gateway to the western slope of the Rocky Mountains as the rise out of the Colorado Plateau.

Looking for a good time around town? Check out Camperworld - Pine Forest Park, the scenic and historic Cart Creek Bridge, or do some world-class Fly Fishing, River Rafting, Canoeing or Kayaking. Got your ponies in tow? Horse trail riding is extremely popular in this part of the country, and some of America’s finest horseback riding trails can be found in these parts, where the high desert meets the forest.

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