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Campsite as advertised (five sites, no water, fire rings and toilet) was adequate, nice view and good tent sites.

However, at the time of our stay (June 29,2011) the gnats made staying outside of the tent intolerable!! Out of five campsites, four were initially occupied but, by morning two sites were abandoned due to the gnat problem.

Cutter bug spray did not help to alleviate the problem. Says Mike Martens (Mon, 4 Jul 2011)

    the great outdoors in Utah at its finest at a primitive campground like Cedar Mesa Campground. When you arrive at a primitive campground like Cedar Mesa Campground you'll realize it was well worth the effort getting here. Natural
 prettiness surrounds this primitive campground, and Cedar Mesa Campground is a primitive camp ground which unsurprisingly means that there are quite few amenities. Among the things you can do next to Cedar Mesa Campground are whitewater paddling, and hiking, so you won’t get bored.
Camping out positively is a great thing to do; Cedar Mesa Campground in Utah is a good pick. The splendid selection of local attractions, and the nearby outdoors recreation will unquestionably
    have you coming back again and again.
At Cedar Mesa Campground exciting stuff to do is abundant; you always have a good time when you're here. In Utah you never run out of outdoors entertaining stuff.

If the weather is
  lovely, you acquire a good sight of Cedar Mesa from Cedar Mesa Campground. Natural Bridges National Monument is one of the destinations close to Cedar Mesa Campground that are tremendous to go to, and close by you stumble on Red Canyon which is a great spot to visit. This is such a charming campground. The Blind Trail is a good hiking trail near Cedar Mesa Campground; Capitol Reef National Park is a very delightful place to stop by.  

Rodeway Inn Capitol Reef, Farmington

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Red Sands Hotel, Torrey

27 miles away
Affordable Inn Of Capitol Reef, Torrey

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Other campgrounds near Cedar Mesa Campground, Utah:

   Capitol Reef Campground, Wayne County, 13 miles away
   Lower Bown Campground, Garfield County, 14 miles away
   McMillan Springs Campground, Garfield County, 17 miles away
   Pine Creek Campground, Garfield County, 18 miles away
   Pleasant Creek Campground, Garfield County, 18 miles away
   Oak Creek Campground, Garfield County, 18 miles away
   Fruita Campground, Wayne County, 19 miles away
   Singletree Campground, Cedar City, 19 miles away

Paddling Rivers Near Cedar Mesa Campground, Utah:

   Escalante River, Garfield / Wayne/ Kane County, 26 miles away
      Class I-II - 70 miles long (Calf Creek to Coyote Gulch)

   Fremont River, Wayne County, 27 miles away
      Class III-V+ - 16 miles long (Torrey to Waterfall)

Public Lands near Cedar Mesa Campground, Utah:

   Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey - UT, 26 miles away
   Natural Bridges National Monument, Lake Powell - UT, 32 miles away
   Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Page - AZ, 65 miles away
   Escalante State Park, Utah, 38 miles away

   Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, 40 miles away

Trails near Cedar Mesa Campground, Utah:

   Blind Trail, Garfield County, 6 miles away

   Indian Trail, Garfield County, 15 miles away

Current weather conditions at Cedar Mesa Campground, Utah

Local climate location: CAPITOL REEF NATL PK 10 miles away

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