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About Provo

Provo RV parks and campgrounds run the gamut from urban resorts in town, to waterside campsites along Utah Lake. There are a couple in Springville on the outskirts of town in the morning shadow of Spanish Fork Peak.

To the northeast is Nunn’s Park, sandwiched between the Provo River and Provo Canyon Road, about 15 minutes from downtown. Nunn’s Park is popular for day trippers and RV campers, but the majority of visitors are there for picnics, hiking, wading, or to learn about the historical importance of Provo Canyon and the Provo River Trail.

Keep driving up the mountains to arrive at trendy resort destinations like Sundance and Park City. If you’re interested in spending time in the area, check out the Wasatch Mountain State Park and some of the RV parks around Heber City and the City of Deer Park. Much of the area is protected or within state and national park boundaries, making this short drive from the Salt Lake City metro a kind of outdoors paradise. There are actually towns in the area called Eden and Paradise, so the area’s majesty is generally agreed upon as being divine. These towns and valleys just east of the Great Salt Lake are active and popular all year long, as some of the best ski and snow sport resorts in the nation are here: Alta, Snowbird, Solitude, Deer Valley, and of course, Park City. As you might remember, Utah hosted the Winter Olympics back in 2002, so there’s no shortage of wintertime infrastructure and entertainment still going strong today.

For those looking to spend a day or three in the Provo and Orem metro areas, there is plenty to see and do. Check out Provo Pioneer Village at North Park, where visitors can learn about the way things were during the time the area was first settled by Anglo pioneers. Whether trappers looking to harvest the area’s fur or those seeking their religious providence, the area’s history is captivating when related by actors in period clothes and an authentic old-timey setting.

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