Bountiful Peak Campground
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest \ Salt Lake Ranger District
Bountiful Peak Campground has overnight camping for small families as well as a group site that can accommodate up to 100 people. 43 family sites are first-come-first-served. Reservations for the group site can be made for your family reunion, church, or any group, up to a year in advance through Recreation.gov. Vault toilets, drinking water, picnic tables and group fire rings are provided.
The campground is perched at 7500 feet elevation among a mixed conifer and aspen forest. Campers enjoy watching the wildlife and biking and hiking through abundant wildflowers. The campground is generally open from late June through Labor Day.
Access to Bountiful Peak is via Farmington Canyon Road. It is a windy gravel road and is not recommended for pulling a trailer longer than 24 feet. Skyline Drive and several local trails provide incredible views of the Great Salt Lake and the back of the Wasatch Mountains.
Enjoy our virtual tour of Bountiful Peak Campground and read about more camping in the mountains surrounding the Salt Lake Valley: Salt Lake Ranger District