Developed public and private campgrounds are available in Sanpete. Primitive backcountry camping is also allowed in the Manti La-Sal National Forest.
The Sanpete area offers some of Utah’s best opportunities for outdoor recreation, including fishing, hunting, camping hiking, and riding ATVs . Skyline Drive provides access to miles of forest trails, small lakes and streams.
Camping is very popular in the Sanpete, Utah area and many excellent campgrounds can be found in our canyons and mountains. Developed public and private campgrounds exist in Sanpete.
In addition, primitive backcountry camping is allowed in the Manti La-Sal National Forest. So find a nice location in a grove of trees and set up camp.
Photo Locations: Mayfield, Ephraim, & Fariveiw Canyons
A. Vehicles may be no more than 150 feet off the road for picnicking and camping unless otherwise posted.
B. Camping time limit is 14 days. You must move your camp at least 10 miles after 14 days.
C. Camping equipment may not be left unattended for longer than 72 hours.
D. “Pack It In, Pack It Out” is Forest policy. Dumpsters are not available for public use.
E. Weed-free hay or pellets are required for livestock.
F. Shooting is not allowed within 150 yards of campsites, roads, or lakes.\
G. Campers in developed sites must use the toilet facilities, trailer holding tanks, or porta potties.
H. Campers must abide by current fire restrictions.
Manti-LaSal National Forest Paper Map
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