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Cedar Canyon Campground
Cedar Canyon Campground Overview
Cedar Canyon Campground has 1 group campsite, 5 double campsites, and 13 single websites.
There are not too many campgrounds that I would not camp at again, and unfortunately, the Cedar Canyon Campground is one that I will not go back to.
When we arrived we were very excited about our heavily treed lot with Crow Creek flowing alongside the campground.
We set up our tent and started unpacking the Jeep.
Ahhh… now time to relax. Then we heard it. The non-stop traffic from the road that runs parallel to the Cedar Canyon Campground. And… it… never… stops.
Next time, we will use dispersed camping and avoid the noise.
Cedar Canyon Campground Fees
The current fees are $17 per single campsite and $34 per double campsite per night. The group fee is $55 per night.
You can reserve your spot online or try your luck as a walk-in. If you do a walk-in, I recommend someone stay behind once you find a spot that hasn’t been reserved while someone else goes to the self-pay station and grabs your ticket for the campground rental stand that is at each campsite.
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Cedar Canyon Campground Location
Cedar Canyon Campground is located conveniently close to Cedar City, Utah, only 11 miles east. Visitors enjoy hiking, biking and day-tripping to nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Cedar Canyon is close to many areas with excellent recreational opportunities. Navajo Lake and Duck Lake are both within 25 minutes, offering boating, canoeing, and fishing. The Duck Creek/Markagunt ATV Trail System begins nearby.
From Cedar City, Utah, take Highway 14 east for 11 miles. The campground is located just below the S turn on your left.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
- 37.59194, -112.90333
- 37°35’31″N, 112°54’12″W
Cedar Canyon Campground Amenities
The campground offers one group site and several family sites. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided but no showers are available. Roads and spurs are paved.
- Accessible Flush Toilets
- Accessible Sites
- Campfire Rings
- Drinking Water
- Entrance Station
- Flush Toilets
- Group Camping
- Paved Roads
- Picnic Area
- Self Pay Station
- Trash Collection
- Vault Toilets
- No electric, water or sewer hookups
- A fee will be charged at the campground for extra vehicles
- ATVs must be moved by trailer in and out of the campground and cannot be unloaded or ridden within the site
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Cedar Canyon Campground Photos
Cedar Canyon Campground References
- Make reservations for the Cedar Canyon Campground in Cedar City, Utah on Recreation.gov website
Cedar Canyon Campground
I am an outdoor enthusiast who would rather be on a backcountry backpacking trip than a stroll on the beach (although I do love the beach!).
Living in Las Vegas has afforded me the opportunity to easily explore the Southwest region of the United States.
A nature lover, I am often found at the end of the pack taking photos and videos of the wildlife found on the trails. Colorful flowers, desert animals, and unusual geological rock formations are often the majority of my photos.