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San Rafael National Park, woman admiring Las Cascadas waterfall

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park - Castle Dale, Utah

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale, Utah, is an ideal location for parking your RV and exploring some of the most beautiful terrain in the nation – or anywhere. Whether you are here to relax, have adventures with your family, stroll, hike, kayak, or test your bouldering skills, Castle Dale has it all, and our park has the amenities, spacious spots, and hospitality to help make your stay the best it can be.

We Are the RV Park for You

At Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale, Utah, we pride ourselves on offering the kind of RV spaces that allow our guests to really settle in and make themselves at home – whether they’re just staying for a night or two or are ready to put down roots. You cannot beat the greater Castle Dale area when it comes to enticements, and we are confident that everyone in your group will find the adventure they’re looking for – whatever that may be.

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(435) 749-4920

The San Rafael Swell

Utah’s San Rafael Swell is in Castle Dale’s backyard, and this national treasure never disappoints. In fact, the Swell can keep you knee-deep in unforgettable adventures for days or even weeks on end.

Arches National Park

They don’t throw around the term iconic loosely, but Arches National Park easily qualifies with its2,000 breathtaking sandstone arches – sculpted entirely by nature. The Arches are a geological wonder whose painterly brilliance lures millions of visitors each year. With views this stunning, including a night sky that is difficult to tear yourself away from, the Arches is an excellent spot to engage in all the following:

  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Picnicking
  • Off-roading in style
  • Next-level stargazing
  • Kayaking and canoeing
Arches national Park
Joe’s Valley

Joe’s Valley

Thinking about bouldering – or maybe you’re already a pro – Joe’s Valley has some of the best bouldering anywhere. Joe’s Valley has the kind of stable, grippy sandstone and excellent landings that attract bouldering enthusiasts from far and wide, and the Joe’s Valley Bouldering Festival is like the cherry on top.

Black Dragon Pictograph

The Black Dragon Pictograph adorns the Swell’s eastern cliff line in a landscape so rough and tumble that it’s often referred to as the San Rafael Reef. Visitors delight at the namesake rock art panel, which boasts a massive flying dragon. This part of the Swell offers great hiking, biking, and off-roading.

Chimney Rock

Chimney Rock towers beautifully over its grassland home and is crisscrossed by the area’s most challenging dirt bike trails. You don’t, however, have to be an adrenaline junkie with a dirt bike to enjoy Chimney Rock – the spectacular sunsets do not disappoint, and the wildlife viewing is some of the best around.

Little Wild Horse Canyon

If you are looking for a scenic hike that twists and turns through a slot canyon that was formed by the immense power of rushing water, Little Wild Horse Canyon is calling your name.

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser is a rare, cold-water geyser whose spectacular eruptions happen every 12 to 14 hours.

Eye of Sinbad

The Eye of Sinbad hike is for everyone in the family, with a hankering for a low-key, three-mile round-trip journey that offers up a bird’s eye view of a hollowed slickrock chamber whose natural oculus frames the breathtaking sky.

Dead Horse Point

While the name may not sound especially inviting, Dead Horse Point happens to be a great place to get down to the serious business of picnicking. This gorgeous vista is perched high above the Colorado River – where it skirts the Canyonlands National Park – and the mesmerizing night skies are like catnip to avid stargazers.

Ding and Dang Canyon

Ding and Dang Canyon offers dueling slot canyons that sport a hiking loop for more experienced hikers who don’t shy away from some semi-technical scrambling. When you’re in Ding Dang Canyon, you can expect natural beauty at its most spectacular – along with a degree of solitude and reflection that is difficult to duplicate.

Dead Horse Point
Nefertiti Rapids

The Chute

The Chute is a jewel in the Swell’s hiking crown, and it’s earned the byline of likeZion without the crowds. From Tomsich Butte, you’ll follow a gorgeous 15-mile hike along an ancient river course that redefines getting back to nature – landing you at Hidden Splendor Mine.

Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry

The densest concentration of Jurassic-era dinosaur bones ever found is located in the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. This site boasts hands-on exploring and an excavation pit where preserved dinosaur bones remain in the mudstone. This quarry has something for the whole family, including a Rock Walk interpretive path and awe-inspiring views of the quarry from Raptor Point Trail.

Nefertiti Rapids

Nefertiti Rapids is a kayaking landmark in the area – marking the spot on the Green River where kayakers are most likely to put in. The massive rock structure marking the area conjures the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti’s striking silhouette and is difficult to miss. The nine-mile kayaking route affords a beautiful trip through Gray Canyon that culminates at Swasey Beach.

Don’t Forget Golf

The Swell offers one of the most uniquely beautiful golfing experiences in the country and shouldn’t be missed if golf is your thing. A gorgeous 18-hole course that is dotted with waterfalls and surrounded by showstopping desert views, the Millsite Golf Course is located in the mountain area of Castle Valley and does not disappoint.

Golf Course

Book Your Stay Today

Castle Dale offers the ideal location to park your RV and do some exploring – whether that means strolling in gorgeous locations, taking leisurely picnics, heading out on adventurous hikes, engaging in adrenaline-driven pursuits, or making your own kind of adventure. At Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale, UT, we are under new management and are committed to offering you some of the finest RVing in the nation. If you’re ready to book or have questions about our Castle Dale park, please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact or call us at (435) 749-4920 for more information today.