These 16 Camping Spots In Utah Are An Absolute Must See Camping season is here! It really is…at least in the southern part of the state. In fact, you should head down there right now, before the weather gets too hot. Some of these camping spots are in the northern part of the state, so you’ll want to wait for the snow to melt first…but make your reservations now – some of the more popular campgrounds fill up months in advance.
Sometimes Mother Nature creates beautiful things, and sometimes humans do it themselves. Case in point: Lake Powell, an impressive man-made reservoir in Utah and Arizona. Powell attracts millions of tourists every year, thanks in large part to its convenient proximity to natural bridges, dams, and Grand-ish canyons. If that's not enough to impress you, consider the fact that the lake served as a filming location for such films as Planet of the Apes (1968) and Gravity (2013).
The Roof Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah. A dinner buffet featuring excellent food and uncompromised views. All made up for the fact that I could not order a glass of wine. My fault, I should have known given the address of Temple Square.