Point Supreme Campground
Come camp at 10,000 feet elevation! Camping is available from mid-June to mid-September. Note that the campground opening and closing dates may be slightly earlier or later and is subject to favorable weather. Call (435) 586-9451 or (435) 586-0787 for more details and to confirm opening and closing dates.
$14 Per Night.
$7 Per Night with a Senior Pass or Access Pass.
This fee is paid at the self-pay station at the entrance to the campground or when reserving a site at www.recreation.gov.
Capacity and Reservations
Point Supreme Campground has 25 campsites and accommodates both tents and RVs. Ten sites are available for reservations on www.recreation.gov: eight RV/tent sites and two tent only sites. The remaining 15 campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sites best for RVs include sites 6, 7, 9, 15, 26, and 29. For most large motor homes sites 7, 89, 26, and 29 are preferred. Camping is NOT permitted in parking lots or at overlooks.
Ranger-led evening programs are offered Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from late June to late September. On Fridays and Sundays, a ranger will conduct an evening program at 9:00 pm at the campground amphitheater. Programs cover a wide range of topics from wildlife to astronomy.
On Saturdays through Labor Day weekend, Star Parties will be held at Point Supreme Overlook beginning at 9:30 pm in July and 9:00 pm in August and September. Check at the Visitor Center or fee station for a current schedule.
There is not a dump station located within the campground. Nearby dump stations are located at Duck Creek on Highway 14 ($5 fee) and a free dump station at Panguitch on Highway 143. The nearest local store is located in Brian Head (eight miles north of the campground). Brian Head also has WiFi access, several small restaurants, and a gas pump (credit card only).
Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Generators and audio devices are not permitted during these times.
Camp sites are limited to eight people and limited to two camping units, such as two tents or a tent with a trailer. A vehicle is considered a car, truck, R.V., or trailer. Vehicles must be parked on established parking pads and not parked on the soil. Tents must be erected within the confines of designated sites. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire pit. There are also restrooms with showers, chopped firewood, and water spigots.
Waste water (grey water) must not be drained on the ground. Collect waste water and dump it in the camper's sink located on the west side of the restroom building. Grey water from RV waste tanks is not permitted.
Pets must be kept on leash not to exceed six feet in length at all times. Pets are not allowed on trails except for the Campground trail that leads to the Visitor Center. Click here for more information concerning the pet policy at Cedar Breaks.
Fires are permitted only in the fire grates when there are no fire restrictions within the area. Firewood collecting is not permitted.
Did You Know?
The oldest trees in Cedar Breaks National Monument are the Bristlecone Pine. One Bristlecone is over 1,600 years old. You can view this tree on the Spectra Point Trail.