With more than 43 state parks in Utah, there is never a shortage of places to see and things to do. While some state parks are quite busy and constantly draw a crowd, there are others that are lesser-known and tend to be a more quiet and relaxing place to visit. Scofield State Park is one lesser-known state park in Utah that is perfect for a day trip or even a multi-day vacation. In fact, you’ll never be bored when you visit this Utah State Park.
For more information on this state park, including the two campgrounds, visit the Utah State Parks website.
Have you spent time at Scofield State Park in Utah? What were some of the activities you enjoyed during your visit? What is your favorite state park in Utah? Let us know in the comments!
Do you want to visit even more lesser-known state parks in Utah? Take this road trip to five of these must-visit parks. You will start at Camp Floyd State Park in Fairfield and end at the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum in Cedar City.