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Surrounded by rugged peaks, East Canyon State Park immerses you in the natural beauty of Utah. The park is anchored by an enormous reservoir and is a popular destination for boating, fishing, and water sports. Spend the day relaxing on the beach or rent a kayak and enjoy a scenic paddle. For high-octane thrills, hit the water on a speed boat, jet ski, or wave runner. Scenic picnic sites dot the shoreline and promise lunch with a view.

History buffs will love exploring the nearby Mormon Pioneer Trail, which recalls the journey of pioneers who traveled more than 1,300 miles from Illinois to Utah. Planning a motorhome camping getaway to Utah? Book an RV in Morgan County and you can swap traditional accommodation for a home on wheels. You'll love the freedom of camping at East Canyon State Park and visiting nearby gems like Francis Peak. At just 45 minutes from the state capital, East Canyon is popular with city dwellers looking to camp in an RV near Salt Lake City.

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Getting Outdoors

The 684-acre reservoir is the star attraction at East Canyon State Park. On the east side of the lake, you can rent water sports equipment from the park's rental service, from high-powered ski boats, jet skis, and wave runners to family-friendly pontoons and fishing boats. Things don't slow down in the winter, when East Canyon State Park transforms into a snow-dusted outdoor playground. Hit the scenic cross-country ski trails or try your luck at ice fishing. Pick up a special permit and you can even ride a snowmobile on the reservoir.

Stretching from Illinois to Utah, the Mormon Pioneer Trail driving route offers a glimpse of the region's rich pioneer history. In 1846, a group of farmers known as the Donner Party traveled west in search of fertile land, passing through East Canyon along the way. The next year, more pioneers followed in their footsteps and eventually reached the Salt Lake valley. Today, you can cruise along the Utah Highway 65, which follows the historic route. If you feel like stretching your legs, the four-mile hiking trail from Mormon Flat to the summit of Big Mountain rewards you with sweeping views over the region.

East Canyon State Park is a haven for local wildlife, with the chance to spot elk, deer, and moose grazing on the mountain slopes. You can also keep an eye out for smaller animals like coyotes, bobcats, and beavers. Cast a line and you could reel in trout, crappie, crawfish, and smallmouth bass – perfect for a fish fry back at your campsite.

Camping at East Canyon State Park

RV camping at East Canyon State Park makes it easy to spend the day relaxing by the reservoir. The Dixie Creek Campground offers 33 sites and easy access to the beach and boat launch ramp. Some sites feature electric hookups only, while others include water and sewer connections. Picnic tables and fire pits make it easy to eat your meals outdoors. Enjoy all the services and amenities you'd expect when state park RV camping, including modern bathroom facilities with toilets and showers. There's also a dump station for RVs. The largest site at Dixie Creek can accommodate RVs up to 42 feet long.

A four-mile drive from the main day-use area, Big Rock Campground offers primitive sites. The secluded setting and laid-back atmosphere make it a great option if you're craving R&R. The largest site at Big Rock can accommodate RV rentals of up to 50 feet in length, making it a good option for larger rigs. Pets are welcome at both campgrounds; just be sure to keep your pal leashed.

Exploring the Area

If you're planning an extended stay in the Beehive State, don't miss iconic national parks like Bryce Canyon, Arches, Zion, and Canyonlands. Gear up for spectacular Wild West terrain, including red-rock towers, sun-dappled slot canyons, and otherworldly hoodoos. The mountain town of Morgan is a 30-minute drive north and a great place to stock up on gas, groceries, s'mores supplies, and other motorhome camping essentials. You'll also find a bevy of outdoor adventures on offer, including tubing down the Weber River, horseback riding in the mountains, and teeing off at the local golf course.

At just 45 minutes from Salt Lake City, RV camping at East Canyon State Park is a great opportunity to explore the state capital. Discover ancient dinosaur fossils at the Natural History Museum of Utah, stroll around Temple Square plaza, and bite into the flourishing food scene. On the outskirts of the city, Red Butte Garden is crisscrossed with scenic trails and moonlights as a venue for outdoor summer concerts. For more choice when renting an RV near East Canyon State Park, consider satellite cities like Provo or Ogden.

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