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Red Cliffs Recreation Area

#1 of 3 things to do in Leeds Features Animals
Leeds, UT
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Quick weekend campout

We decided kind of last minute to take the kids down to SG to get out of the weather up North and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Ben K
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Sandy, Utah
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Don't miss it!!!

This park is much less crowded than Zion and Bryce but just as beautiful and it's only $5 to enter... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
amsaysam
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Brooklyn, New York
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We decided kind of last minute to take the kids down to SG to get out of the weather up North and go for a camping adventure. We read other reviews about Red Cliffs RA and decided to give it a go. Luckily we had...More

Thank Ben K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This park is much less crowded than Zion and Bryce but just as beautiful and it's only $5 to enter! Take the short but beautiful Red Reef trail to the waterfall and (carefully!) climb up and around the waterfall to see the canyon beyond. Should...More

Thank amsaysam
Reviewed 7 April 2017

When I say "giant family" I am not referring to the acreage or diversity of the area, but the observation that every family we saw or met at this destination seemed to consist of a minimum 10 persons, pets not included. Must be a Utah...More

Thank franneb2015
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

I hiked part of the Red Cliffs trail which is really more for bikes, but that led me to the City Creek trail which I loved. Amazing panoramic views and branch points to other trails including the Pioneer Hills trail. Miles and miles ...

Thank Deanne A
Reviewed 21 March 2017

This area has an extensive trail system. I recently hiked the Babylon area, that leads you down to the Virgin river winding through a beautiful canyon and natural arch. On the way down we bouldered through the canyon ravine with three five year olds, (the...More

Thank mel6202016
Reviewed 14 March 2017

If you love slot canyons, great photo ops, water, and fun you might like this place! Camping is available. Day use too! I live 10 miles from here and always bring out of town guests. They are always amazed.

Thank ilovemonkey
Reviewed 26 October 2016

After years of visiting St. George, I found this beautiful recreation area right off the freeway near Leeds. It's a recreation area with picnicking, short hikes, red rock climbing, and local history with easier access than most. This scenic playground could accommodate all levels of...More

1  Thank Carolineolync
Reviewed 9 October 2016

We took the short drive north to park and it was a delight. Most can be seen from car on drive up and best view on drive down. The side trails easy and marked. The canyon walk to a narrow passage nice and easy to...More

2  Thank Richard C
Reviewed 8 July 2016

We arrived in the evening at this remote campground at the end of a dirt road surrounded by beautiful red desert cliffs. It was our first camping night on a 9 night trip (that included both camping and hotels/motels), and we were happy we found...More

2  Thank Zvi C
Reviewed 29 June 2016

I took my two boys on a few close hikes which were easy to handle, but with out plenty of water could not have been done. Campsite was great and well maintained.

Thank dteeples
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Becca L
What is the nightly fee? And is it open now?
8 March 2017|
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al542016
Could a bus make it to the parking area where the hiking trail begins? We will be in the area on March 6th.
8 February 2016|
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Response from Ellen H | Reviewed this property |
It depends on the size of the bus. You will need to pay for a pass if you do not have a state park pass. You shouldn't have trouble with a bus though.
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Jane K
With no reservations at the Red Cliffs Campground, what is the likelihood of getting a campsite in mid April to early May? Do people tend to camp and then stay for the allowed 14 days (so not much turnover) ? Many flies, ticks, gnats etc that time of year? Can you do several of the hikes right from campground? Reliable potable water spigots?
31 January 2016|
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