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Kanarraville, Utah Campgrounds and RV Parks

Located in Iron County, Utah, adjacent to the southwest terminus of Cedar Valley, the Kanarraville RV parks and campgrounds are among the most popular in the southern half of the state.

Frontier Homestead State Historic Park is located north of Kanarraville in Cedar City, Utah and Kanarra Creek Trail is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. There is also the Cedar Breaks National Monument that provides many outdoor activities. All three are sites you cannot miss. The Homestead museum was opened to the public in 1980, when the area still had its original name, Iron Mission State Park, because of the attempts of Mormon settlers to create an iron industry here. The park offers activities such as boating, water sports, mountain biking, hiking, OHV riding, fishing, golf and camping. Kanarra Creek Trail and Kanarraville Falls is a very rewarding hike that takes you up a canyon just east of the town. This is a water hike and cannot be completed without getting wet. The trail crosses Kanarra Creek many times and eventually enters a slot canyon where you have no choice but to enter the 3-8 inches of water so you can see the falls. (It’s worth getting wet.)

Three Peaks Recreation Area is located about 10 miles northwest of Cedar City. The area’s rolling hills and volcanic rock formations provide fantastic terrain for picnicking, camping, bike riding and off-road vehicle use. Three Peaks is a great place with outdoor activities to enjoy for every age group. Three Peaks also provides vacation home rentals, cabins, and camping at the top of Zion National Park at Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort as well as other locations. RV campgrounds are also located at Zion Ranch and provide camping amenities such as roomy back-in sites with room for multiple slides.

Nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument provides many activities for its guests such as hiking on Campground Trail, Alpine Pond Nature Trail, Spectra Point and Ramparts Overlook Trail and Rattlesnake Creek Trail. Cedar Breaks offers Point Supreme Campground, which is a camp at 10,000 feet elevation! Each campsite has a picnic table and fire pit with restroom showers, chopped firewood, and water spigots. It has 25 campgrounds and accommodates tents and RVs.

Dixie National Forest is located off to the far east of Kanarraville and occupies almost two million acres, extending 170 miles across southern Utah. There are many recreational opportunities like hunting, fishing, camping and winter sports. There are developed facilities for campers including 26 campgrounds and 5 picnic sites on the Forest. The Forest also has several group camping areas and group picnic areas available for those who are traveling together and would like to camp or picnic as a group.

Zion National Park is the oldest national park in Utah. It was the state’s first federally designated park, and it shows off the oldest geologic layers. It is also Utah’s most visited national park, drawing more than 3 million visitors annually. Angel’s Landing, located in Zion National Park, is one of the most famous and thrilling hikes in the national park system. Climbers scale its big wall; hikers pull themselves up by chains and sightseers stand in awe at its stunning nobility. The Narrows is the narrowest section of Zion Canyon. With walls a thousand feet tall and the river sometimes just twenty to thirty feet wide, is one of the most popular areas in Zion National Park.

Updated November 7, 2016