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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

There aren't scores of amenities at Star Springs Campground since it is a primitive campground. At Star Springs Campground you can get a lovelier wilderness experience than you would
 
    get at a more civilized campground. The natural prettiness at this primitive campground is glorious; after you arrive at this primitive campground you'll realize it was well worth the effort getting here. As if Star Springs Campground
 wasn't enough, you can also go relaxing, and whitewater paddling, so you wonít get bored.
You need to get out of the house, and Star Springs Campground, Utah is a great place for getting out.
It's just not possible to get bored in Utah if you fancy the outdoors.
It's just not possible to run out of entertaining things to do in close proximity to Star Springs Campground; to be here is always fun.
Several folks opt for Star Springs Campground
 
    when they come to visit Natural Bridges National Monument. From Star Springs Campground you acquire a great sight of Juds Knoll. The gorgeous marina of Hite Marina Campground is a good scene to leave dry land behind. Goblin Valley
  State Park is a nice place; stopping by Natural Bridges National Monument is just something you need to do if you haven't yet. This is such a striking campground. At Star Springs Campground all through the warm days of summer highs are in the 90's. Once the sun is down it sinks down to the 60's. Daytime highs throughout the wintertime are in the 40's with temperatures at Star Springs Campground dipping down into the 10's during winter nights.  


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Other campgrounds near Star Springs Campground, Utah:

   Hog Springs Campground, Garfield County, 10 miles away
      
   Lonesome Beaver Campground, Garfield County, 16 miles away
      
   McMillan Springs Campground, Garfield County, 18 miles away
      
   Jurassic RV Park, Hanksville, 18 miles away
      
   Bullfrog Basin Campground, Kane County, 18 miles away
      
   Hite Marina Campground, San Juan 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, GrandCounty, 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
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Local climate location: HANKSVILLE 25 miles away

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