Blanding, Utah
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Welcome to Blue Mountain RV and Trading

Blanding, Utah's Premier Campground

Welcome to Blue Mountain RV and Trading in Blanding, Utah. We're conveniently located just off Highway 191 (U.S. Route 191) close to Southern Utah's most interesting attractions.

At Blue Mountain RV and Trading, we offer back-in RV sites, pull-through RV sites, and tent sites for you to choose from. Our RV sites have full-hookups, with 30 amp, 50 amp, or 30/50 sites available. Our tent sites are spacious and secluded in a separate area of the park.

On-site amenities include laundry facilities, shower facilities, free WiFi, and, of course, fantastic views of our Southern Utah surroundings.

For more information about our sites and trading post, take a look at our About Us and Gallery pages. You can also give us a call at your convenience. We look forward to meeting you!


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Back-In Sites

We offer standard and deluxe back-in sites. All back-in sties have full-hookups, free WiFi, and access to our picnic tables and barbeque grills.

Standard back-in sites can accommodate large rigs and have 30/50 amp electrical service.

Deluxe back-in sites can accommodate 25-foot RVs and have 30 amp electrical service.
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Pull-Through Sites

We have standard pull-through sites, as well as two types of deluxe pull-through sites. All have full-hookups, free WiFi, and access to our picnic tables and barbeque grills.

Standard pull-through sites can accommodate big rigs and have 50 amp electrical service.

Deluxe pull-through sites with 30 amp electrical service can accommodate 25-foot RVs. Deluxe pull-through sites with 30/50 amp electrical service can handle large rigs and have privacy fencing and outdoor furnishings.

Tent Sites

Our tent sites are located in a quiet, secluded area at the back of Blue Mountain RV and Trading. Choose from eight spacious tent sites.

You'll enjoy pitching your tent on a comfortable bed of sand. Tent sites have access to a grass-covered community area, plenty of shade trees, picnic tables and barbeque grills, and a fire pit.

Blue Mountain Trading

When you're in the Blanding, Utah area, set aside some time to visit Blue Mountain Trading, our unique gift shop that's part of Blue Mountain RV and Trading.

At Blue Mountain Trading, you find beautiful handmade jewelry from Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni Native American tribes. We also have a wide selection of other gifts, including various books, wood carvings, pottery, folk art souvenir memorabilia.

Sales at Blue Mountain Trading help support Native American Tribal members.

About Blanding

Located in the southeastern corner of Utah, Blanding is right next to the Blue Mountains (Abajo Mountains). In Blanding, you'll discover some of Utah's most unique and interesting attractions.

Take, for example, the Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum. It's actually three separate attractions in one location. It's a museum, and archaeological repository, and an Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) archaeological site.

Another Blanding attraction you'll want to make sure to visit is the Dinosaur Museum. The museum has an extensive collection of dinosaur-related artifacts, including dinosaur eggs, dinosaur bones, and fossilized skin.

Restaurants in Blanding

Blanding, Utah has a number of excellent restaurants, close to Blue Mountain RV and Trading. Homestead Steak House, one of Blanding's most popular restaurants, is four-minute drive from the park. And, the Patio Dine, a fixture in Blanding from many e, is just a couple of miles from us.

Attractions near Blanding

Blanding, Utah is surrounded by some of Southern Utah's most fascinating parks, monuments, and museums. Most are less then an hour away.

  • For instance, about an hour southwest of Blanding, you find Valley of the Gods. This sandstone valley has many amazing geologic formations, including buttes, pinnacles, and soaring mesa walls.

  • To the west of Blanding, you'll find Bears Ears National Monument, a mostly undeveloped monument, with over 100,000 protected archaeological sites.

  • About 50 minutes southeast of Blanding is Goosenecks State Park, a primitive, largely undeveloped, state park. Due to the park's lack of night pollution, it's a greag place to for night photography in general and astrophotography in particular.

  • Hovenweep National Monument is also about 50 miles southeast of Blanding. The monument consists of the remnants of six ancient Anasazi Indian communities.

  • About an hour west of Blanding you'll find Natural Bridges National Monument, which has one of the largest natural bridges in the world. Overall, the monument has three natural bridges situated between two adjacent canyons.
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"Most Highly Recommended"

The knowledge of the staff alone is worth the price of admission! The people in the gift shop were super helpful in showing us where to find interesting sites for our days' outings. We will go back here every time we are anywhere close by. The campground itself is clean, and although the sites are close together, many have a view of Bears Ears out the back window. Most highly recommended.
R Mo, Google Reviews

"Great Park"

Great Park located in SE Utah adjacent to endless things to do. The owners are in process of turning this park into a little oasis. Ours was a premium site setup like no other park we have been in. Didn't use the bathrooms or laundry but they were very clean. Wifi extenders were on either side of our site and and had great service which allowed us to get some things accomplished. Easy access, easy to move our 42' rig around in the park. Great water pressure as well. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. Looking forward to see their progress in a year or two.
Vicki Schmidt, Google Reviews

"One of the Best Campsites"

One of the best campsites we had during our trip out west! Very clean and well maintained. We were greeted by the owner during our late check in and were impressed with the campsite, bathroom and shower facilities. The gift shop was also very interesting to all of us, and started our curiosity with crystals and rocks. We went from a terrible campsite in Moab, to this oasis in Blanding, Utah, and wished we could have stayed a little while longer.
kcon976, Google Reviews