Calf Creek Campground

  • Address: Boulder, UT 84716, USA, Escalante, United States
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  • Phone: +1-4358265600
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Camp, Family And Kids

Nestled within the Grand Staircase of Escalante National Monument, the Calf Creek Campground is a desert oasis that provides thirteen campsites, RV Trails, a nature trail and day-use picnic shelter along the Calf Creek on a first-come first-serve basis. Apart from the picturesque sandstone cliffs, the highlight of this rustic campground is the six mile Calf Creek Falls trail leading to a 126 feet cascading waterfall. Along your 2.75 mile hike, you will come across Anasazi Petroglyphs and ancient storage rooms. The campsites are rustic with limited amenities and will provide you a perfect experience in wilderness. A number of activities are provided in this campground, for example, biking, fishing, boating, whitewater paddling, swimming, horseback riding, rock climbing, wildlife watching and so on.

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  • Calf Creek Campground Address: Boulder, UT 84716, USA, Escalante, United States
  • Calf Creek Campground Contact Number: +1-4358265600
  • Calf Creek Campground Price: Free
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  • Amazing campground with all the amenities you could ever ask for. Amazing campsites with picnic tables and burn pits with optional grill tops. Freshwater and nice bathroom facilities. Direct access to a great waterfall Trail in southern Utah. All of these are perfect for calf creek campground!

  • Great little campground. Half is on the far side of the creek and you have to drive through the creek. If it high water you probably can’t go through. Pit toilet.

  • Great experience. Well worth the trip.

  • Didnt camp here but used this as the entrance to the Calf creek waterfall hike. Amazing views

  • We went on the hike, but have stayed overnight in the past. It was dun to hike this trail in the fall and see the changing leaves. Take the trail guide so you don't miss seeing the highlights along the way, like the ancient paintings on the far canyon wall...they must be huge to see them from so far away.

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