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Smithfield, Utah is a small town, located in the far northern portion of the state, less than 15 miles from the Idaho border. Situated off of US 91, the next largest town is Logan, seven miles to the south. The town is around 90 miles, north, of Salt Lake City and the Great Salt Lake. As it's located within the Rocky Mountains, outdoor recreation opportunities are abundant near Smithfield.

Closer to town, museums, historical churches, malls, theaters, antique shops, clubs and a slew of restaurants are available. There are also several parks spread throughout the area with activities such as hiking, skiing, picnicking and fishing available, among others.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Smithfield, you will have access to several unique recreational locales, including the Hardware Ranch in nearby Logan. The attraction features wildlife common to the local area, including moose, elk and mountain lions. The attraction is open year-round, but be aware, much of it is outdoors, so dress accordingly. Guided wagon rides through some of the animal herds are available. Please call for current hours.

The Logan River Trail, also in nearby Logan, offers recreational opportunities throughout the year. The trail parallel's the Logan River and is available for walking and biking. The trail is mostly shaded so it remains comfortable, even in the peak of summer, with the bubbling river as a backdrop.

The Wind Caves Hike features caves that make unique sounds when the wind blows through them (hence their name). Be prepared, as there's a fairly lengthy hike to reach the caves, and much of it isn't shaded. Horseback riding is available in this area as well. This locale also provides wildlife viewing opportunities and chances to see fall colors.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Smithfield, UT, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. With so many local tourist destinations, the Smithfield area caters to out-of-town visitors.

Western Park Campground, in Logan, is situated in a scenic area on the west side of the town, near several parks and a golf course. Full-hookup sites are available and the nearby parks provide plenty of recreational opportunities. The park is open year-round and can accommodate short and long-term stays.

Traveland RV Park, another Logan option, is also open year-round. Short and long-term stays are welcome at this site as well. This park is conveniently located directly off the main highway southwest of town, so you should have no issues reaching it. The site features pool access, full hookups, bathrooms, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, cable and is pet-friendly.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, you could consider Walmart, gas stations, or larger grocery stores. Because the area is fairly rural, there are only two Walmarts located within 30 miles of Smithfield, both in Logan. Camping may be allowed at these locations, just check with the manager to get permission. The city also features several grocery stores and local gas stations that might meet your needs, and where you can refresh your supplies. Please check with the managers of these locales as well regarding overnight camping options. Being located near so many recreation opportunities, RV rental near Smithfield is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

There’s a multitude of attractions near Smithfield that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. Mack Park is located on the banks of Summit Creek. Activities available at the park include: sand volleyball and horseshoe pits, playgrounds for the kids and various walking paths. Bring a picnic lunch, as shelters are available. Your luxury RV rental from Smithfield, Utah will also give you the opportunity to head outside of the city.

Zootah At Willow Park, in Logan, features wildlife from the local area as well as some exotic animals, not native to North America. A petting zoo area is also available. Please note, this attraction is not open during the winter months. Please call for current hours.

If you're seeking an interesting drive, check out the Logan Canyon Scenic Drive (US 89), which takes you from Logan, through the canyon, out to Bear Lake. The canyon was formed by the Logan River which parallel's the road. Hiking and picnic opportunities, waterfalls and picturesque overlooks are featured throughout the drive. This is a prime area for viewing fall colors.

If it’s a relaxing vacation and quiet mountains that you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Smithfield. Enjoy the history of the local area, visit Providence, go for a hike, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Smithfield, UT, and explore the Beehive state!

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