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If you're heading to the great outdoors of southwest Utah, there’s no better way to experience all the region has to offer than RV camping at Panguitch KOA. The RV park is just a short distance from several natural wonders, including Bryce Canyon, Zion, and Capitol Reef National Parks. It’s also within walking distance to shops and restaurants in downtown Panguitch. Have pets? Bring them to this dog-friendly campground, and let them roam free in Kamp K-9, the fenced-in, off-leash area.
RV rentals up to 65 feet long are welcome at Panguitch KOA, and sites have full hookups with 50 amp maximum electrical service. Upgraded RV sites with a patio are also available. Although you’ll be close to some of nature’s finest creations when you camp here, if you don’t want to unplug entirely, don’t worry. Panguitch KOA offers its campers free Wi-Fi. There’s also free “over the air" TV, giving visitors more than 30 clear TV channels.
And after a long day of exploring, the fun doesn’t end when you return to the campground. You can catch a break from the Utah heat in the swimming pool, or challenge your friends to a game of horseshoes or volleyball. There’s also a playground right next to the pool in case the kids want to play and then take a dip.
Bryce Canyon National Park is a massive reserve in southern Utah known for its crimson-colored hoodoos (irregular columns of rock). Though these unique formations are found on every continent, the largest concentration on Earth is at Bryce Canyon National Park. Take a hike on over 61 miles of marked trails that range from easy to strenuous. Deepen your knowledge of the park by attending a ranger program, or soak in the glorious night sky with one of the astronomy programs or full moon hikes. If you want more than a day trip and don’t feel like heading back to your rental motorhome at Panguitch KOA, there are two campgrounds at the national park that can accommodate your stay.
Zion National Park near Springdale is Utah’s first national park and is known for its towering cliffs and small, narrow, and colorful canyons. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs of red, pink, and cream that rise into the bright blue sky. Get lost in the other-worldly slot canyons, and experience the unique plants and animals that call this amazing place home. Bicycling, climbing, horseback riding, hiking, canyoneering, and camping are just a few of the ways to explore Zion National Park. A truly incredible gem in southwest Utah, Zion National Park is a must-visit when you rent a camper near Panguitch KOA.
Brian Head Resort is surrounded by evergreen aspen and spruce and is the only resort in Utah that showcases snow-covered red rock hoodoos during the winter. In the summertime, the ski resort transforms into a mountain biking haven and also boasts exceptional hiking trails, a range of outdoor activities, and several spa amenities. There’s tubing, zip lines, archery range, disc golf, climbing walls, and a bungee trampoline, among other attractions. Whether you want to spend time outdoors or relax in world-class accommodations, Brian Head Resort in Iron County is sure to please when renting an RV near Panguitch KOA.
When you book an RV in Garfield County, there will be plenty of outdoorsy things to do, but even if you’re not much into nature, there’s still something you can enjoy here. On the Southern Utah University campus, the Southern Utah Museum of Art is filled with works by local artists. There are also prints from world-renowned artists, including Salvador Dalí and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. With over 2,000 objects in the museum’s permanent collection and diverse exhibitions, art enthusiasts should definitely check out the museum when you camp in an RV near Panguitch.
During prehistoric times, the Parowan Gap was used as an accessible route through the Red Hills. The ancient people who resided in this area would walk through the Parowan Valley on their way west to harvest resources from the desert. Petroglyphs were discovered in the area in 1849. Although scientists don’t agree on the age of these petroglyphs, they are thought to be the work of several Native cultures. Their meaning is also uncertain. Some experts believe the markings are a numerical calendar while others think they are a map. Either way, it’s extraordinary to see these ancient carvings when you visit the Parowan Gap Petroglyph Site.
Looking to enjoy a concert, show, or play? Then head to the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in St. George. The scenic amphitheater is a popular place for plays and concerts and highlights incredible views of the canyon. The venue has a pre-show dinner, shopping opportunities, and even costume rentals from classic productions. And if your babysitter is unavailable for your date night, don’t worry. The venue even offers childcare services for infants and children up to seven years old.