Junction RV Park

We do not have an on-line reservation system,
please call the on-site camp host at
435-577-2744 for reservations.
For additional information call 800-576-9980
email: rfarrar@1horizon.net

Click here to see the current weather in Junction, Utah: 
We are located at 6,000 feet elevation in Piute County, Utah

We are a small, quiet RV park in rural Junction, Utah.
10 Full Hookups (water, sewer & electric: 7 with 50 amp, 3 with 30 amp).
We have several pull through spaces.  Some of our spaces will
accommodate up to 40 foot RV's or trailers. 
For self contained only, (we do not have restrooms or showers).
Junction RV Park is seasonal, we open in mid-May
each year and close in mid-October.
See park map at this link:

We are closed for the 2023 season.
It's been a great summer here in Junction, Utah. 
We want to thank everyone that stayed with us this season!
And a special 'thank you' to Dwain and Jan, our camp hosts,
for taking great care of the RV park and our guests.
See you next season when we open in May of 2024!

Please check our rate page for our current rates.

Note: Zelle is a recent addition for us.  If your bank allows Zelle transactions,
you can pay using that method.  See the Camp Host for additional information
or contact your bank or Zelle at the link provided (click here)
**(free winter 'in space' storage, see below)**

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145 W. Center Street, Junction, Utah,   84740
Highway 89 to Junction, Utah, west one block on Center Street (Utah Highway 153)
Junction is the County seat of Piute County, Utah

            page         Piute County Video         

JUNCTION RV PARK:  Is a small facility intended for self contained RV's.  We do not have restrooms or shower facilities. There is a gas station/convenience store one block away on Highway 89 (they also have diesel fuel) and a well stocked small grocery and general store across the street from the gas station.  The nearest restaurants are in Circleville about six miles south on 89.  More restaurants and services are located in Marysvale about 15 miles north on 89.  You can also purchase propane at the RV park in Marysvale.    Shopping is available in Richfield about  45 miles north on Highway 89 and Interstate 70  (Home Depot, Wall Mart, Ace Hardware, Tractor Supply, IFA, etc.).   There is a another local hardware / grocery store in Circleville.  There is a grocery store (with meat market) and more restaurants  located in Panguitch (about 35 miles south on Hwy 89) as well as other shops and stores.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES:   We have a small laundry (one washer and one dryer).  These are not coin operated machines.  We charge $1.00 per load for either the washer or dryer and you will need to see the Camp Host for access.  There is a new public laundry in Circleville, six miles south on US Hwy 89.  They have two coin operated commercial washers and two dryers.  You can call Stan's Merc at 435-577-2888 for the laundromat's hours and prices.  There are also laundry facilities at Lizzie and Charlie's, the RV park in Marysvale (15 miles north on US Hwy 89).  They allow our guests to use either of their two facilities.   Both of their laundry facilities are open 24/7 and the machines  take quarters. 

FOOD:  There is prepared food available at the gas station one block east of the RV park.  They have a few small tables but no table service.  Here is their menu:  (click here).  (The prices shown are not current).  There is a restaurant in Circleville, six miles south on US 89.  You can visit the web page of the Butch Cassidy's Hideout Cafe at the link provided to determine their days of operation and hours.  There are two restaurants in Marysvale, 15 miles north on US 89 as well as Hoover's and Big Rock Grill five miles north of Marysvale.

INTERNET ACCESS:  Junction RV Park has Fiber Optics Internet service (upgraded this year from DSL) provided through our WiFi network.  There is no charge for this service, however, our ability to provide  technical support is limited.  You can obtain the network name and password from the camp host. The wifi antenna is located in the window next to the back door of the old cafe building.  There is also a wifi extender antenna for the back row located on the laundry room.  You will see several Junction RV Park wifi networks, just select the one that gives you the strongest signal.

CELL PHONE SERVICE:  Cell phone coverage has been a problem in Junction and the surrounding areas.  VERIZON WIRELESS now owns and operates the local cell phone system.  If you use Verizon as your cell phone provider, or your cell phone provider has roaming agreements with Verizon, you should now have phone coverage in Junction.  AT&T has had and continues to have poor coverage in Junction and the surrounding area.

TELEVISION:  Junction has great OTA (over the air) TV reception.  There are over 25 channels of high definition TV stations to choose from.  If you don't have a roof top antenna and are staying in one of the spaces in the back row, we have a TV connection on the fence.  See the camp host for more information. 

SURROUNDING AREA:  The town of Junction, Utah is the County seat of Piute County and is located on scenic, historic Highway 89 in Central Utah at 6,000 feet elevation.   Highway 89 is the gateway to many Utah National Parks and Monuments including Bryce ( 57 miles), Capital Reef (70 miles), Cedar Breaks (85 miles),  Zion (100 miles) the North Rim of the Grand Canyon (183 miles), Arches National Park (210 miles), and Canyonlands National Park (225 miles).  All these National Parks and Monuments are part of the Grand Circle of National Parks.  Junction is in the heart of this great area.

IF YOU ARE TRAVELING NEAR JUNCTION:  Click on this link to find Utah Department of Transportation Road Condition Cameras to see current road conditions.  Move the map with your mouse and click on the camera icon on the route you wish to travel.  The camera view will appear on the right side of the map and will 'toggle' through several views.
Map of the Grand Circle of National Parks
       utah parks                        Grand Circle Oarks      
                                           Arches National Park                                                                                    Grand Circle Association              

RECREATION ACTIVITIES:  Junction is surrounded by the Fishlake National Forest and other recreational
lands.   Activities in the area include  Hiking, Fishing (Fly fishing guide), Canoeing, Skiing (Eagle Point ski facility), Hunting, ATV Trail riding and bicycling (there are bicycle trails along the Sevier River at Big Rock Candy Mountain).   All these recreational activities are  local and all are nearby.   Junction is a stop on the famous Paiute ATV trail and is centrally located to all riding areas (15 miles south of Marysvale,  40 miles south of Richfield).  In addition to the activities in Piute County, to the south of us, Garfield County also has as many recreational opportunities.   Follow the link to Garfield County hiking, biking, ATV and horse trails.  To the north, Sevier County also has many recreational activities:  click here for: information and events,  click here for: car shows, click here for the annual  hot air balloon Festival, and the annual County Fair.    There are other off road trail system in Utah like the central Utah Arapeen Trail.

FISHING:  There are a number of lakes and reservoirs near Junction that are stocked for fishing including Otter Creek Reservior, Piute Reservior, and Fish Lake.  You can obtain a Utah fishing license, either a Utah Resident or non resident, at the Junction General Store one block east at 70 S Main Street, Junction, Utah.
Beginning in January of 2020, Utah no longer honors off highway vehicle registration from other states.  If you are visiting Utah with your off-highway vehicle and want to obtain a permit to operate the vehicle in Utah, the permit costs $30 for each vehicle and is good for 12 months from the date of purchase.  You can obtain information about this requirement at this link: (click here).

OFF HIGHWAY SAFETY COURSE CERTIFICATE: (New in 2023).  Utah now requires all operators of off highway vehicles
(both resident and non resident) to complete a FREE online safety course.  You can obtain information about this requirement and take the course at this link: (CLICK HERE).

BUS FOR SENIORS AND THOSE WITH A DISABILITY:  (NOTE: THIS SERVICE MAY NOT BE OPERATIONAL AT THIS TIME).  Piute County has a bus that will take you to medical appointments, shopping and other local events.  Click on this link (bus information) to see the schedule, cost and places the bus goes.  The bus will pick you up and drop you off right here at the Junction RV Park.  You can also visit the Piute County Public Transit Bus Facebook Page at this link (click here) for current information.

CITY PARK:  There is a City park one block west of us on the other side of Center Street.  The park has a playground for children as well as  a tennis court, basket ball court, sand volleyball court and a baseball field.  You'll need your own equipment (tennis rackets, balls, etc.) but the  facilities are available and close by.

ANNUAL EVENTS:  There are a number of annual events in Piute County that may interest you.  If your travels bring you here during the summer,  you might like to visit: Mother's Day Mama Bear RunButch Cassidy Days (and rodeo) in Junction, the Circleville 4th of July Parade and Fire Works display, the Marysvale Rodeo.  the Annual Piute County UTV/ATV Jamboree, and the Annual Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally in Panguitch (about 35 miles south on US 89).   DRAG RACING: There are several drag race events each year at the Junction Airport (yes, we have an airport),  It's great fun for spectators and if you have a car you would like to run, you can.  Here is a link to their Facebook page with more information  (click here).

             Marysvale Rodeo rodeo                                               Paiute ATV / UTV Jamboree YouTube:

MEDICAL SERVICES:  There is a hospital and pharmacy in Panguitch, Utah,  approximately 34 miles south on Highway 89 with 24 hour emergency care.   You can visit the Garfield Memorial Hospital web page at this link or call them at 435-676-8811.   There is another hospital with 24 hour emergency care  located in Richfield, Utah about 45 miles north on Highway 89.  You can visit the Sevier Valley Medical Center at this link or call them at 435-893-4100.   There is also a small medical facility in Circleville, Utah, about six miles south on Highway 89.  You can call them for their hours and services:   Circleville Clinic (click here), 110  S  100  E, Circleville, Utah, 435-577-2958.   

t would be best to have the camp host call 9-1-1 from our land line.  That way the Piute County emergency team will be notified sooner and an emergency team will respond (there is a medical emergency office with an ambulance located in Junction).  Calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone will require a dispatcher to locate you so they can send the appropriate response team.

THE NEAREST AIRPORT:  is in Cedar City, Utah, about 80 miles from Junction.  They have daily commuter flights to  Salt Lake City and beyond. CLICK AT THIS LINK to obtain information about the airport and AT THIS LINK for info on the commuter flights.

JUNCTION AIRPORT:  Did you know the town of Junction has it's own airport?  For those of you that fly private planes, you have a local option for landings and takeoff's.  You can find information about the Junction Airport at the link provided.

**FREE WINTER 'IN SPACE' STORAGE:  If you rent from us during our summer season (from about mid May to about Mid October) at our normal monthly rate, and plan to do so again the following season, you can leave your trailer or RV parked in your space during the winter for free.  The park will be closed during the winter and all utilities disconnected, but you'll have a place to keep your rig and it will be ready for use when we open.

The Piute County Chamber of Commerce has a lot of good information about Piute County including links to the many business that operate in  Piute County and links to recreation opportunities.  (NOTE: The Chamber has temporarily closed, hopefully they will be up and running again soon).

We have some simple rules that we hope will allow every guest to enjoy themselves,  click at this link to view them.   

To view our rates:
Click here to view our rates.  (our rates increased at the beginning of the 2021 season).
**We do not take credit cards, cash, checks or Zelle only please.

Click on this link to see milage to and from Junction to various National Parks and other destinations.

GPS coordinates
Latitude  38  degrees 14', 11.61" N, 112 degrees  13', 20.67" W    map    Click on map for Mapquest Link

Click here to view or download a brochure for Junction RV Park (.pdf format)        flyer

Click here to see a Web camera for conditions in the mountains above Junction:  
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links    Otter Creek     Courthouse     Big Rock
          Candy Mountain      

Junction Town Web Page                     Piute County Web Page              Big Rock Candy Mountain:                           

                     Old Piute County Court House
               Piute Reservoir State Park:            Butch Cassidy's boyhood home:                    

Otter Creek Reservoir State Park 
                  Junction Airport                     Fishing and Hunting License Information                     
                                                     Garfield County Trails           Central Utah destinations                     Eagle Point ski facility (Bever Utah)

           Piute ATV Trail
                       Utah Scenic Byways

                    ATV repair: "On the trail ATV repairs" 435-633-5700  email them at:  onthetrailatv@yahoo.com

            Fly Fishing in Utah:  (Complete guide to fly fishing in Utah).


The on site camp host can be reached at 435-577-2744 during the summer season.  Call direct for reservations.

Or, you can contact the RV park operator, Randy Farrar or Debbie, (Horizon Realty) at 800-576-9980 for additional information or to make a reservation.

or, you can send an email message to Randy Farrar, by clicking here.