Huntington State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located 2 miles northeast of downtown Huntington and 12 miles from Castle Dale, Huntington State Park is a warm-water reservoir that outdoor enthusiasts tend to love. The town of Price is about 20 miles from the state park, making it convenient for shopping, entertaining, dining, and so much more. Many migratory birds, specifically the waterfowl, are commonly sighted in this area. Anglers enjoy catching bluegill, largemouth bass, and other warm-water fish. When you visit, you'll surely appreciate how most of the seasons have mild temperatures, although you'll definitely want to pack warm for the winters.

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Spring 23-72 F
Summer 46-89 F
Fall 20-78 F
Winter 8-44 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Huntington State Park

You'll encounter plenty of camping opportunities at Huntington State Park or nearby, both for tents and RVs. If you're looking to have an RV camping experience but you don't own a vehicle, consider renting one from RVshare.com where you can select from many different sizes and styles. 

Huntington State Park Campground is equipped with electric, water, and sewer hookups. Each campsite is located near showers and restrooms, and all sites have a fire ring for controlled campfires and a picnic table. The campground fills up quickly, so be sure to reserve early. Below are a few other RV parks you can check out if the one at Huntington is full.

Blue Cut RV Park

Located just off Highway 6 and about a 25-minute drive from the state park, Blue Cut RV Park has 30 camping sites for short-term or long-term stays. The campground can park large 65-foot-long RVs in their pull-through spaces. You'll love the picturesque mountains, cliffs, trees, and the flow of the Price River. 

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: No

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Restroom, shower, laundromat, picnic table

Castle Gate RV Park

Nestled along the Price River is Castle Gate RV Park with 13 acres to explore. They have back-in sites that can handle RVs up to 60 feet long. The pull-through sites can house larger RVs up to 100 feet long. They're located just a few blocks from restaurants, a bowling alley, art galleries, grocery stores, museums, and so much more. There's also a playground for children with a sprinkler to cool them down on hot summer days.

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Dog run, restrooms, laundry facility, horseshoe pit, cable TV

Legacy RV Park

The Legacy RV Park is on the same property as the Legacy Inn, which is run by the same company. This way, you'll always have customer service when you need it. They have both back-in and pull-through sites with quick check-in service.

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: No

• Other amenities: Showers, dump station, laundry facility, restrooms

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What to Do at
Huntington State Park

Inside Huntington State Park

Huntington State Park is ideal for water skiing, fishing, and crawdad catching. The quietness of this desert oasis is the perfect picnic spot to eat and relax. You can also go hiking, swimming, and boating. A favorite of many visitors is the wildlife around them and the variety of bird species that live in this state park.

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How to Get to
Huntington State Park

Huntington State Park is located 2 miles northeast of the town of Huntington on Highway 10. Head northeast on Highway 10 toward the Green River Cutoff Road, turn left onto Mohrland Road, and follow it to your destination.

Entering Huntington State Park

Huntington State Park operates from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. during the summer and 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the winter.

Huntington State Park Per vehicle (1-4 adults) : $10.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Huntington State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Huntington State Park?

Don't miss out on Huntington State Park's hiking, camping, and water skiing opportunities in the summer! During the warmer months, Huntington Reservoir offers a wide range of recreational activities, including boating, fishing, and crawdad catching.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Huntington State Park?

As you hike around Huntington State Park, watch for bullfrogs, rabbits, mule deer, foxes, badgers, and flying squirrels. Sandhill cranes, ospreys, and egrets can often be found nesting near the water or searching for fish.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Huntington State Park?

Huntington State Park has 25 campsites open to both tents and RVs. All sites feature electrical and water hookups. This campground also has several day-use picnic areas and a dump station.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Huntington State Park and what is the cost?

Reservations aren't required, but they are strongly recommended. There are a limited number of campsites here, and only three have full hookups. The reservation fee is an additional $8 on top of the site fee.

Are pets allowed at Huntington State Park?

You are welcome to bring your pets to Huntington State Park when you visit. They must be leashed at all times and never left unattended. Pets are not allowed in any of the buildings or on developed beaches.