Shade (10/01/2006) Shade is a precious commodity in the deserts of Southern Utah.
Campsite 12 (10/01/2006) This picture shows Campsite 12 at Honeycomb Rocks.
Volcanic Tuff (10/01/2006) There are exposed sections of Volcanic tuff outside the campground.
Honeycomb Rocks Campground
The Honeycomb Rocks Campground is to the Southeast of the Enterprise Reservoir in Southern Utah. The campground is situated in an eroded layer of volcanic tuff. The campground has convenient access to both the upper and lower reservoir along with a fun selection of dirt roads for Mountain biking.
The campsites are dispersed through the rock formation. So you can camp in the shade of alcoves and crannies. This is a popular site for kids who love to scramble on rocks. It is not a good place for parents who have heart attacks when they see their kids scrambling on rocks.
The campground has 21 sites which are currently assigned on a first come first serve basis. The campground is administered by the Dixie National Forest.