King Creek Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 37
About: King Creek Campground is situated in a ponderosa pine, adjacent to Tropic Reservoir and the East Fork of the Sevier River. It is about 9 west of Bryce Canyon National Park. Access is provided by an improved gravel road. This campground have flush restrooms, new fire rings and grills, new gravelled spurs, and paved sidewalks at some sites to provide improved access for people with disabilities. OHVs are allowed for ingress and egress to campsites. There are many recreational opportunities near this campground including hiking, OHV riding, sightseeing, fishing, wildlife viewing, and boating. Tropic Reservoir is open year-round , but the snow can become waist high during the winter months. As the temperatures drop in the fall, the water will be turned off but dry camping is available.
King Creek and Chimney Rock Trail are accessible from inside campground. They both have great views of Hoodoos from the bottom and the top. They also have beautiful overviews of Tropic Reservoir.
There are six OHV loop trails that are accessible right out of the campground. These loops are a part of the Paunsaugunt OHV loop trail system.
Fees: $12 (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Flush and Vault Toilets
Closest Town: Bryce Canyon City, UT
Currently there are no reviews of this campground.
the Next EXIT (2010 edition) (Next Exit: The Most Complete Interstate Highway Guide Ever Printed)