Fisher Towers Campground and National Scenic Trail


The Fisher Towers Campground offers some of the most expansive views in the area. the campground offers views of the Colorado River and its canyons. The campground is adjacent to the Fisher Towers National Recreation Trail. This hiking trail offers a 2.2 mile walk of national significance. In addition, spectacular rock climbing areas are next to the hiking trail. Fisher Towers Recreation Site, located 22 miles from the junction of U.S. Highway 191 and Utah Highway 128, has a small 5 site campground suitable only for tent camping. The Recreation Site features a nationally-renowned hiking trail which winds around the base of Fisher Towers. Climbers also find challenge in ascending the towers. The views of the Colorado River Basin, including Castle Rock, are stunning. Nightime brings excellent star viewing opportunities. Campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis. There is no water available. Please pack out all trash you bring and any you find along the way! Thanks! Fee: $15.00 per siteNumber of campsites: 5Toilets: Yes


To get to Fisher Towers Campground and National Recreation Trail, turn east on Utah Highway 128 from Moab. Continue 22 miles and look for the signs on the north side of the road. The access road to the campground and trail is a graded dirt road. Help us keep the road in good shape by driving slowly.


(435) 259-2100



Moab Field Office 82 East Dogwood Moab, UT 84532


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