Circleville, Utah Butch Cassidy's Cabin
The Northern Gateway to the National Parks


There’s nothing quite like sleeping under Utah’s stars.

Circleville’s Birch Creek Campground is the only public campground located directly on the Paiute ATV Trail and one of the best kept secrets. Pitch your tent at one of the many camp sites, or park your camper at Big Mike's Campground. The Park features primitive camp sites and bathrooms, fire pits and a large pavilion great for large groups, as well as creek side camping in a wooded setting within the beautiful Fishlake National Forest.

If a more refined camping is your style, Circleville RV Park offers a safe clean family oriented campground in a tree lined park with RV hook-ups to support even the Mega RV Mansions. For further information go to Circleville RV Park.

When the temperature starts to climb and the dry winds blow, there is an option that combines adventure with cool, refreshing breezes - head to the high country were the mountains are magical. With their snow-capped peaks, sheer rock faces, and dramatic ridgelines, mountains call us in, begging to be explored. Mountains offer much more than pretty scenery. They have a spiritual quality that is undeniable, bringing people closer to the heavens and lifting their spirits. This year, why not head to where the wild things are and spend some time camping in the mountains and try something new -- horseback riding, fishing, hiking, ATV riding, mountain biking, and rock climbing. Some of the most fascinating animals makes their homes in the mountains - watch for foxes, deer, elk, bears, owls, eagles, mountain goats and mountain lions, to name a few.

This season, why not take a camping trip to the top of the world? From hillsides full of wildflowers to amazing views of peaks and ridgelines, mountains truly have it all. So warm up your sense of adventure and see what mountain camping is all about. There are plenty of activities for the whole family. It is a great opportunity to get back in touch with nature and each other.

Article contributed by Circle Valley Anglers