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I was at Star Springs Camground around April 24-26. I left my tent poles (2.5ft long in a grey bag) I canít find any contact info to ask the ranger if someone turned them in. Does anyone know how to get in touch with the Ranger? almaphil67@gmail.com Says Phil Wlliams

Unsurprisingly there are restrooms here, and there aren't scores of conveniences at Star Springs Campground as it is a primitive campground. Lots of folks stay here when they come to pop by Natural Bridges National Monument. Utah is a great outdoors state. There is so much enjoyable stuff in close proximity to Star Springs Campground, and it's always fun being here.
    Getting to this primitive campground can be fairly demanding, but it's well worth it.
Can't wait to raise that tent; Star Springs Campground in Utah is such a great place.
This primitive campground is to be found in an unbelievably
 delightful spot, and primitive campgrounds like Star Springs Campground is a tremendous way to get out in the fresh air.
Natural Bridges National Monument is one of the destinations near Star Springs Campground that are great to go to. The top of Juds Knoll is easily seen from Star Springs Campground. If by chance you have a boat, Hite Marina Campground is a nice marina. For the period of the summertime months here at Star Springs Campground, high temperatures generally get into the 90's. For the period of the dark hours of summer temperatures drop down into the 60's. The cold days of the winter come with highs in the 40's while the cold winter nights at Star Springs Campground are in the
10's. Star Springs Campground is pretty dried out typically. For the duration of September this area sees the most rain, and the driest of the months is February.  

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Other campgrounds near Star Springs Campground, Utah:

   Duke's SlickRock Campground / RV Park, Hanksville, 9 miles away
   Red Rock, Hanksville, 9 miles away
   Hog Springs Campground, Garfield County, 10 miles away
   Lonesome Beaver Campground, Garfield County, 16 miles away
   Glen Canyon National Recreation Area - Blue Notch Canyon, Lake Powell, 17 miles away
   McMillan Springs Campground, Garfield County, 18 miles away
   Jurassic RV Park, Hanksville, 18 miles away
   Glen Canyon National Recreation Area - Dirty Devil, Lake Powell, 18 miles away
   Glen Canyon National Recreation Area - Dispersed, Lake Powell, 18 miles away
   Bullfrog Basin Campground, Kane County, 18 miles away

Marinas near Star Springs Campground, Utah:

   Hite Marina Campground, San Juan County, 18 miles away

Paddling Rivers Near Star Springs Campground, Utah:

   Colorado River, Grand County, 21 miles away
      Class I-IV - 112 miles long (Moab to Powell Reservoir)

Public Lands near Star Springs Campground, Utah:

   Natural Bridges National Monument, Lake Powell - UT, 10 miles away
   Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey - UT, 55 miles away
   Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, 39 miles away

Current weather conditions at Star Springs Campground, Utah

Local climate location: HANKSVILLE 25 miles away

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