Tooele County has both developed and undeveloped/primitive campsites, most of which are managed by the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and Tooele County. The camping/RV locations listed below are not all inclusive. Please see the Tooele County map page for specific locations.

Cottonwood Campground

Location: One mile from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 6,080 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Two campsites with tables and fire ring. Each site can accommodate eight people and one vehicle. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 4.2 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/

Intake Campground

Location: 1.5 miles from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 6,320 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Four campsites with tables and fire rings. Each site can accommodate eight people and one vehicle. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 4.7 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/

Boy Scout Campground

Location: 1.7 miles from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 6,320 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Five campsites with tables and fire rings. Each site can accommodate eight people and one vehicle. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 4.7 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/

Lower Narrows Campground

Location: 2.2 miles from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 6,840 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Five campsites with tables and fire rings. Each site can accommodate eight people and one vehicle. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 5.4 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/
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