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Cottonwood Campground

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.

6,080 FT.
6,080 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)

Location

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.

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

Pricing & Reservations

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. No reservations. First come, first serve basis.

Things to Know

Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood..

DIRECTIONS: 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.