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Parks Utah Parowan Gap Petroglyh Area - Quail Creek SP

 
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 Parowan Gap Petroglyph Area   Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-865-3053

  Cedar City Field Office

  176 East D.L. Sargent Drive

  Cedar City  UT  84720

     Elevation 5600 feet. Superb display of Anasazi rock art. This a popular destination for those traveling from Parowan or Cedar City.

    Recreation.gov

 

  Pelican Lake Recreation Area    Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-781-4400

  Vernal Field Office

  170 South 500 East

  Vernal   UT  84078

    Elevation 4800 feet. 13 campsites. Pelican Lake is well known for  the outstanding bluegill and bass fishing. Bird watching is a popular pastime in the spring, when the waterfowl come to live and love and rear their downy young.

    Recreation.gov

 

  Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness           Wilderness.net  WILD

  http://www.wilderness.net/index.cfm?fuse=NWPS&sec=wildView&WID

  e-mail  info@wilderness.net 

  College of Forestry and Conservation, Wilderness Institute

    The Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness now contains a total of 50,232 acres and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. All of the wilderness is in the state of Utah.

    Recreation.gov

 

  Pineview Reservoir        Bureau of Reclamation   BOR

  http://www.fs.fed.us/wcnf  801-379-1071

  Jim Jensen

  Provo Area Office 
 
302 East 1860 South

  Provo UT  84606-7317

   Pineview Dam and Reservoir, Ogden River Project, on the Ogden River east of Ogden, Utah

    Recreation.gov


  Piute SUP  State  Park                   UT SP&R
 
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park_pages/parkpage.php?id=psp
 
e-mail   mailto:parkcomment@utah.gov  435 624-3268
 
PO Box 43
 
Antimony    UT     84712
Piute State Park is open year-round for trophy fishing. Popular
 activities include camping, boating, waterfowl hunting in season and rock hounding. Piute Reservoir is a 3,360-acre mountain lake 12 miles south of Marysvale just off U.S. Highway 89.
 
  Recreation.gov
    
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/camping.htm

  Ponderosa Grove Campground   Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.ut.blm.gov/kanab_fo/Kanab%20Ponderosa%20Grove%20Ca

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-644-2672

  Kanab Field Office

  318 North First East

  Kanab  UT  84741

    Elevation 6300 feet. 9 campsites in a spectacularly colorful setting, just north of the Coral Pink Sand Dunes. The campground itself is in a ponderosa forest which borders the unique Coral Pink Sand Dunes.

    Recreation.gov
 

  Pony Express NHT       National Historic Trail           NPS
 
http://www.nps.gov/poex/index.htm
 
e-mail   mailto:LODT_Interpretation@nps.gov     801 539-4095
 
324 South State St
 
Suite 200, Box 45155
 
Salt Lake City  UT     84145
The Pony Express National Historic Trail was used by young men
 on fast paced horses to carry the nation's mail across the country, from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California, in the unprecedented time of only ten days.   Recreation.gov

  Pony Express Trail       Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.ut.blm.gov/recsite/pony.html

  e-mail  mharriso@ut.blm.gov  801-977-4300

  2370 South 2300 W.

  Salt Lake City  UT  84119

    Relive a dramatic part of the West's history as you travel the same trail that Pony Express Riders covered over 100 years ago. You can stop at stations and modern interpretive sites along the Backcountry Byway where exhausted riders once rested

    Recreation.gov
 

  Price Canyon Recreation Area   Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-636-3600

  Price Field Office

  125 South 600 West

  Price  UT  84501

    Elevation 8000 ft. 18 campsites. 3 large group, day-use sites available through reservations. There is a self-guided nature walk through the forest of oak, pines, and mountain mahogany to the ridgetop. Fantastic overlooks from the canyon.

    Recreation.gov

  Quail Creek SP  State  Park                    UT SP&R
 
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park_pages/parkpage.php?id=qcsp
 
e-mail   mailto:parkcomment@utah.gov  435 879-2378
 
vi I-15, exit 16, SR 9, SR 316
 
PO Box 1943
 
St George  UT     84770
   
Quail Creek State Park provides excellent year-round camping, picnicking, boating, and trout and bass fishing in sunny southwest Utah. The park is three miles east of the Interstate 15 Hurricane exit on State Route 9. Facilities include 23 campsites
 
  Recreation.gov
    
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/camping.htm

 

 


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Reserve Your Camping Place in Utah Now:

  OLD FOLKS FLAT
  Otter Creek State Park
  Palisade Group Areas
  Palisade State Park
  PANGUITCH LAKE
  PAYSON LAKES
  PERCEPTION PARK
  PINE LAKE
  PINE VALLEY EQUESTRIAN CAMP
  PINE VALLEY GROUP/DIXIE NAT'L

  PINE VALLEY NORTH/WASATCH/CACH
  POLE CREEK
  PONDEROSA (UTAH)
  POSY LAKE CAMPGROUND
  POTTER'S PONDS
  Quail Creek State Park
 

 

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