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One of the many benefits of an RV camping vacation is that the units are almost completely self-contained and provide everything you need; all that's left is to find the RV campground of your choice. If you're heading to southern Utah, point your vehicle towards Beaver Canyon Campground; this friendly mid-size park is close to the city of Beaver and most of the major outdoor attractions that are waiting for you. Upon your arrival, you can make use of the laundry facilities if needed and refresh yourself with a warm shower in the restrooms. The park has a playground for your kids, a doggie park for your pets, and picnic tables so you can enjoy your meals outside along with the scenery.
All of the RV sites have pull-through access and full hookups, along with fire rings to enjoy a late-night campfire. You can enjoy mountain biking and fishing, and if you don't feel like cooking after driving to get here, the campground has an on-site Mexican restaurant so you won't have to. The sites are rented on a first-come-first-serve basis (no reservations). Some of the sites are designated for tent camping.
Outside of the RV park, you are not far from golf courses and several urban parks where you can enjoy a leisurely walk, cafes and restaurants, and other attractions. There is a National Forest Ranger office in Beaver that will gladly supply you with information and answer any questions you have or make suggestions if you can't decide. South of town and off of the highway, you'll find a historical landmark, Lee's Ranch Indian Raid, signified by a stone marker that is engraved with a short description of the event. Park your RV rental next to it, and you can take a photo to show everyone back home.
Search for an RV in Beaver County, and you can find the RV make and model that perfectly suits your vacation needs. Begin your trip by aiming your Beaver RV rental south towards Dixie National Forest, near Cedar City. The forest has an impressive variety of vegetation and habitats and reaches a height of more than 11,000 feet at the peak of Boulder Mountain. The mountain is dotted with numerous small lakes and has stands of aspen, pine, spruce, and fir trees. Here you'll enjoy hiking and nature/wildlife observation, mountain biking, and other activities; in the winter, you can go downhill and cross-country skiing.
Fishlake National Forest is to the east of Beaver and where you'll find Pando clone, unique vegetation that consists of aspen trees all interconnected from a single root system. The trees are believed to number more than 40,000, and some of them are believed to be more than 130 years old. If you're looking for something a little different to do, you can try prospecting and rock hounding while you hike the area. Fishing and hunting are allowed; if you're looking for something easier and more relaxing, you can take a self-guided rental motorhome tour of the park; there are several highways that intersect the area and provide a breathtaking view of the park and photo opportunities almost every step of the way.
Slightly farther away, you'll find Zion National Park, a narrow slot canyon consisting of pink, red, and cream sandstone cliffs and a uniquely varied collection of plants and wildlife. Near the town of Springdale, you can take a shuttle bus into the park and leave the driving to someone else if you wish. The park has a visitor's center with exhibits and ranger presentations explaining the history and geography of the area, as well as maps and literature which can further add to your experience. As this is approximately a two-hour trip each way, you may want to leave early or consider making it an overnight trip.
Junction is a small town on the eastern edge of Fishlake National Forest that has wonderful architecture and several buildings that have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (no small feat for such a small town). When you've had your fill of nature or just need to relax for an afternoon or evening, a walking tour of this historic destination could be just what you need. Feeling hungry? Satisfy your cravings in nearby Circleville or Marysville, just a few miles farther down the road. There are a pizzeria and several good cafes offering breakfast or your favorite comfort food, depending on the time of day.
Milford is another small town with some interesting places to eat. One of the local cafes is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and also has takeout available. It's a '50's-style diner with the usual furnishings such as booths and '50's memorabilia. The prices are reasonable, and the menu is an ode to whatever comfort-style food you love.
Whatever type of experience you're looking for in Utah, whether it's outdoor, historical, cultural, or something else, you're sure to find it, and Beaver Canyon Campground is there to help you.