Very nice park, level, full hookup, easy in and out. Clean shower/restroom, which were set up individually, laundry facilities were nice. Had a gas station, propane station, and convenience store on site. Even though a little ways from town it was not that far and it was very quite and peaceful. Would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
WORST campground of trip by far! Reason 1. The bathrooms. They only clean them once a week!!! You can imagine how disgusting they got before they got to them! By then of course there was no toilet paper nor paper towel. I think they also try to cut down on usage by only having hot water available for showers in the morning. If you want to have a shower in the afternoon or the evening you will have to deal with cold water. I also don’t mean luke warm water because the heater can’t keep up. It’s completely cold. Reason 2. The site itself. You might as well be camping in a gravel pit. The entire place is full of dusty gravel with a few plants and trees around. Every time someone drives past you have to cover your dinner or your drink. It does have a nice view of a couple arches (as the name suggests) and the mountains are there too, but you would get the same view camping in the ditch. Reason 3. The septic system. I’m not sure what is going on, but every so often a smell of raw sewage wafts though the camp. We checked all our connections and none of them were loose so I don’t know where it is coming from, but it is brutal. Reason 4. We left our pets in our RV as we went for a morning hike. We were then given a note by the old guy with the white beard when we got back to report to the office. They then told us that we could not leave our pets in the RV by themselves and said we didn’t have any air conditioning for them. Untrue as we do. Couldn’t leave them in that heat without. When I told them that, they said they were also barking. Well I don’t know of too many dogs that won’t bark at strangers looking in the windows of your RV. As they should! They didn’t even suggest the dog daycare available in town. They were perfectly ok with someone having to miss out on trips away from camp to stay with the pets. Advice. Spend the few extra dollars and go into the town of Moab and get a decent camping site that won’t complicate your trip and make you miss out on the beauty of Moab and Arches National Park! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a perfect campground for our purposes. We went there to ride the trails in our ATV and had access to most of the trails we wanted from the campground. It was windy and dusty but that is Moab. I thought for the price it was fine. Lots of friends recommended it and we will camp there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The pool is a bit of a challenge. Despite being in the middle of a desert, the pool water was too cold to allow full submersion. WIFI pretty much worked (a pleasant change from a lot of sites which claim the feature). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice campground with a distant view of Arches NP. The spots are close together with small trees in between most sites. There was a small unheated pool. Toilet/shower combo were individual rooms but older. The park was close to the national parks but further away from the center of Moab. Price reflects 2 adults and 2 teens with a Good Sam or AAA 10% discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was very friendly, and they have very fast Wi-Fi Internet (the fastest of any park I've every stayed at (6 down, 1 up)). It's convenient to Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. The rates were fair, but get your diesel in town -- they gouge you here. Like nearly every other RV park in Moab, it's packed as tight as sardines. It's very hard to maneuver through the rows as it is, and it's made worse due to all of the ATVs parked everywhere. If you have an ATV, this is the park for you. If you don't, you might want to avoid it. We will not be staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not a resort. It is a dirt gravel hilltop, windy, dusty, closely laid out sites with very small trees by each site, but certainly can not be called shaded at this size. Many of the water taps are inches above the loose dirt surface. The bathhouse is good and clean with 6 individual rooms with shower, sink and toilet with bench and hooks. Fuel is there; the diesel was $4.56 a gallon; about $4.08 in Moab. The view of Arches is way on the far horizon. Many dirt bikers and 4 wheel desert carts there camping. The $40 a night is the with tax cost. The campground is about 6 miles north of Moab proper. OK for an overnight in a big tourist area expensive destination. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little RV Park, 10 miles from Moab, across the street from the Canyonlands National Park entrance road, and right around the corner from the Arches National Park entrance. With a gas/diesel station, propane, RV pull-thrus, and cabins. It’s right off the main highway, so its access to everything is very convenient. Moab is the place to be for all outdoor enthusiasts and the town really caters to everyone from white water rafting, jeeping, ATVing, mountain biking, to running. They've built a very nice bicycle/running trail that runs from town all the way out to Arches National Park and beyond. With so much to offer, the lodging options are plentiful but also comparably expensive. When we arrived at Archview RV Park, we were a little uncomfortable parking to check-in because we felt like we were blocking the main access. I went inside the shop and waiting in line for about 20 minutes before checking-in. There were only two people in front of me, but the staff seemed a bit overwhelmed and had to fix a lot of mistakes. The same thing happened with me. My hubby had been waiting outside for about 45 minutes for me to get us checked-in. When we made our way to our site, the access roads were pretty narrow and RVers had parked their vehicles along both sides, making it increasingly difficult to maneuver into our tight spot. Once there, we were fine and didn't experience any problems with the RV Park. Our rate reflects a military discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If your a jeep or ATV person this is your place. 10 miles out of town, Extremely dusty. Nothing anywhere near to stop the wind. Our group who consisted of a few rock crawler and ourselves who just went to see the parks. All agreed we not stay here again. Just to out of the way and dirty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is 10 miles from town. It is a great spot if you have and ATV. There is a trail right next to the campground. We do not own an ATV. Lots of noise and dust from the riders around all day. We would have liked to be closer into town. Car show weekend. Busy, no Good Sam discount. We did the zip line tour. Well worth the money. Car show is fantastic, if you are into old cars. Restrooms are old but clean. We will not camp here again. Only because of the ATV's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good overnight stop for us. Gravel and dirt, but it was adequate. Would have liked to have stayed hooked to the truck but, the 30 amp site was too short. No matter, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has great access to Dead Horse SP, Arches, and Canyonlands NP, along with the general Moab area. It is used heavily by the off-road crowd, which the Park does not allow to "ride around" in the park. The "view" sites offer more of a peek-a-boo binocular view of Spectacles Arches and Arches NP in general. It may be the best place to stay in the area. Rate includes discounts We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, no noise. Sites are gravel and level with paved interior roads. Electric pole was next to drivers door so if your rig is very long, you better have a very long power cable. Water was also next to the power pole. Sewer connection was in the middle of the site on driver side. Wi-Fi worked well at site. There is a Shell station at the campground which is convenient, but I understand from other reviews it is expensive, no price posted. Very convenient to Canyonlands (north side) and Arches NP's. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park about 10 minutes north of Moab. We had one of the sites that had a view of Arches Nat'l Park. You have to look far out in the distance, but you can just make out the Windows Arch, which was pretty neat. Entire property is gravel, so even with heavy rains the sites stayed clean; no muddy mess. Little general store carried some essentials, groceries and gift shop type items. They also have a Shell gas station; about 50 cents more than in town, but convenient if you need it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was clean, but noisy due to many people with ATVs revving their engines. Also there was a lot of traffic noise from the highway, and occasional trains nearby. The laundry has 3 washers and 3 dryers. The restrooms are a little strange -- in one building there are 3 rooms each with a toilet, sink and shower -- not very efficient. In another building there are women's and men's rooms, each with 2 toilets and 2 showers. We didn't use the pool, but it is tiny. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park was clean and hosts were very nice. Store was well stocked. Spaces were a little narrow and those with trees were hard to manipulate around the trees, if you had pull outs. All dirt sites. There is no cable TV. We were never able to get the Internet to work at all even though they indicated they had just put in a new system. Gave 10% discount for AAA. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campsite is conveniently located near Moab and a few state and national parks. The staff is friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. The sites are relatively tight, but the views are fantastic. The sites do not have grass and are mostly gravel. It can get quite dusty, but this is offset by the frequent rabbit sightings. The internet service is free, but slow and inconsistent while the cable TV selections were sufficient. We have stayed here before and will stay again. One necessary but unusual annoyance, is a drop of water pressure for a couple of hours 2-3 times per week as the irrigate the trees. I would encourage them to install timers and irrigate at 2 am to offset the evaporation, improve root growth and not disturb the campers. The pool was great, but it becomes crowded quite quickly. The recreation room is in need of some modernization as some video games are damaged. The laundry room has a fair number of washers and dryers, but some are out of order. It is rumored that new units will be installed next year. As mentioned earlier, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had to leave a day early due to illness and they gave NO refund. Their comment was, "Once we get your money it is ours." However, the staff was friendly and helpful. Campground was all dirt, nothing green in sight. Horrid with dogs. No dog area. They could go anywhere in the gravel so long as you cleaned up after them. Due to high temps it was very hot on my Pet's feet. Showers were clean but you had to be a midget to use them. W-Fi did not work at all. Sites were very close together but not too much different from most around the area. I'm not sure I would recommend this park. Guess I would check around first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We expected hot, dry, and windy and weren't disappointed, but the so called "swimming pool" was really a small kiddie pool. I believe the deep end was 4-ft. Had to climb up a ramp to dump garbage in the lone dumpster. Showers were okay, if you are 4-foot tall (seems to be a theme here). Also toilets were very low. Location away from the crowds in Moab was the best feature. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at Arch View for 3 nights. Chose the location as it was out of town with direct access to OHV trails. The staff was pleasant and the park was nice, but the sites are very close together which I guess is not bad when the wind is blowing. The sites are of decent size, but we had to unhook our 21' truck from our 34' trailer to fit in the site. A big reason we decided to stay at Arch View was to get internet access, but they system was down most of the time we were at the sites. Fortunately, we were able to get 3G access on our phone hot spot for some work critical connections. The WIFI looks to be supplied by Hughes Satellite, and the best I could tell the problem was Hughes problem not an Arch View. Arch View is located about 10 miles north of Moab but only a couple miles from entrances to both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Staff very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a happening place which seems to be a central location for ATV/OHV and bicycle enthusiasts. That did not cause any problems though, ie noise. Our site was dirt but no problem leveling our rig. Sites are also fairly close but no more than any other campground in the area. It is located 10 miles north of town but close to entrances to both national parks. Staff friendly and helpful. Would recommend if visiting national parks. We stayed here 3 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 5 nights. It is very close to OHV trails, and has several that connect to the property. As a result, there are many off road vehicles here. The park does a good job of enforcing noise and speed rules so the OHV are not annoying. They have some shrubbery between the sites, but this is a desert like area so it's a work in progress. Friendly, helpful staff with good attitudes. You can see some Arches National Park from you camper. It is a roomy well run campground. I would stay here again. Make a reservation as early as possible-it's a busy campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects Good Sam Discount. I chose "no internet" as the whole time we were there, it did not work. We asked the office twice and they just were nonchalant saying they were working on it. We called them from our site and I even emailed them and they never returned our call or email. One of the reasons we stayed here is that we needed internet as we had some business to attend to and we could not do it resulting from a late payment on a bill we had to pay. Rest of the park was OK. You could see the windows arches at Windows view in Arches National Park but it was very very far way. There were 3 or 4 dog areas which had baggies and trash cans to dispose of dog waste, but none were enclosed. That was OK. My dogs liked it! I think I would chose another RV Park closer to town next time we go through Moab however! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground with fabulous view of Arches National park at sunrise. Best Campground in the area! Pool on site. Fuel station also on site. Can walk/ride to Arches from campground. Awesome!, We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unless you own an ATV, UTV, or dirt bike, I strongly recommend you find another park. This park is a large, wide open gravel area that caters to folks riding the aforementioned toys. As such, it's loud, and very, very dusty. Staff isn't the friendliest, and at times seem far more interested in the attached gas station and convenience store. But the biggest turn-off is the noise and the dust. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was about 7 miles out of Moab. You can see some distant arches. Sites were gravel. We stayed in a premium site facing the arches. Area is dusty and a little noisy because there are plenty of ATVs running around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are into OHV's this is the place for you. If not find another park. Basically a gravel parking lot with 4 wheelers everywhere. The one plus is that it was right across from the road into Canyonland NP. In my opinion it was way overpriced for what it offered. Would avoid if I had other choices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very busy most of the year. It is about 10 miles north of Moab off a busy highway. The price reflects their "premium" view sites. We did have a nice view of some of the arches in Arches National Park and could see the La Sal Mountains. However, the "premium" sites are in a new area so essentially it is like camping in a gravel parking lot. But if you have a bigger rig, say 40' plus a toad, they will tell you you can't fit anywhere else which isn't true. The park attracts many people who mountain bike, ATV, and dirt motorcycle. The staff isn't very friendly and is very busy with the store/gas station so don't have much time to help if you need something. There is no cable, but we had no problem getting our satellite since there weren't any big trees nearby. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the previous reviewer stated the wi-fi was so slow it was useless. If you're into ATV's it's a perfect camp ground since it's close to many off road trails. It has gasoline, diesel, and propane on site but be willing to pay a premium for them. The grounds staff was not very friendly, but the overall grounds conditions were very good. We stayed here in one of the premium sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night because we arrived too late to get a walk-on site in a nearby State Park CG (most Utah State Park CG's are nearly empty in mid-October, but the Moab-Arches-Canyonlands area is still in high season). Our Archview experience was a series of bad occurrences from the get-go: we called ahead but no one answered the phone; when we got there the office was in chaos; we were assigned a place which turned out to be tiny; our picnic table was practically on top of the neighboring site's black water hose; we had no view of anything; the bathroom facilities were older than most, marginally clean, and there weren't enough private shower stalls; at 10:00 PM 6 or 8 testosterone-powered pickups towing trailers with ATV's rolled in; their occupants proceeded to talk loudly and party until well after midnight. That wasn't all ... We got up at dawn to get in line for a walk-on site at the state park. My wife tripped over an exposed, upright, unprotected PVC pipe, fell and landed hard in the dirt on her face and entire left side, getting a black eye and a badly bruised hand. Now, a week later she's still got a Technicolor face; we had to have her wedding ring cut off. If we were litigious people I think we'd probably have a winnable case against the management for negligence. Campgrounds in this area have tourists at their mercy. The management at Archview could have done many things to make our stay a safer and more enjoyable one, but why should they? They've still got plenty of business even though they disappoint regularly. Overall, this was the worst experience we've had at any campground, public or private. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was beautiful, on the edges of canyons with great desert landscaping. The store held many gift opportunities. They said on their website they had high speed internet. They did not. They had slow speed internet. We work from the road and this is very important for us. We look for places with good internet. Theirs was creepy-slow. If internet is not important to you, this is a great campground! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice park, located just north of Moab. The site was level. Gravel site and gravel roads. Sites were a little close together. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We had FHU 50 amp. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here after problems at a different campground. The people here were extremely friendly and gave us a site with a great view of some of the arches. The site was very level. Bathrooms were kept clean. Our rate reflects a retired military discount. We would stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Proximity to Arches is why we chose this park and it was great for that reason. We wanted to get to arches for the sunrise and because it was so close we were able to do that. Nice, clean park with easy access to highway. Nice gift shop/store and helpful staff. Pool is small, but lovely to swim in. Don't let the size fool you - it was a great pool. We had a pull-through spot - desert area, so dusty and ants, but perfect place for our one night needed. Gas station at camp ground so we could fill up before heading out. Also filled up propane. Would recommend this if you are headed to Arches. Horses and a cool barn on property. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not pet friendly (as is Moab, UT, frankly). Not one blade of grass in the whole park; staff moves at a snail pace, groundskeepers spend a good deal of time hiding under trees in their golf carts. Bad experience for us, will never be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We chose this campground based on its location and a recommendation from the visitor center in Green River. The campground is very conveniently located for visiting Canyon lands, Island In The Sky, and Arches Natl Park. We were there on a holiday weekend and the park was full of campers with ATV's, dirt bikes and Jeeps which seems to be the major attraction for that area. Although we were a little put off when we first entered the park, they were a very well-mannered group, and the park has strictly enforced rules regarding noise etc. So it was not a big issue. The spaces were pretty tight. It fit into the space, but we had to squeeze our truck in alongside the rig; barely had room to walk between the trailer and truck. Also the Wi-Fi in our row (the back 'F' row) was so weak as to be unusable. When we called to make the reservation we were quoted a $32.95 rate per night, but when we extended by an additional day, the rate went up to $35.95. They explained that this was because we had a 50 amp space. After the weekend, most of the dirt biker / ATV crowd left and it became more like a normal RV park. Not sure if I would choose this park again if visiting the area. I would probably choose one of the state parks or BLM campgrounds for a little more quiet and room. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is more of a big unpaved parking lot with hookups. Not clearly marked from the highway where the turn off is, and people just seem to park willy nilly, making it hard for big rigs to get in and get parked. Spaces are TIGHT! It's ridiculous when you look at all the wide open land around you. The nearest town (Moab) is a tourist trap. The scenery is beautiful, but it's clear this place is just looking for the tourist buck. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is well maintained. The restrooms and showers were clean and taken care of. We were on an end spot, so we had more room. The spots are very close together if you are in a pull through. The roads and sites are dirt, so a good bit of dust is stirred up. Also, the trees are immature, so shade is at a minimum. This makes it very warm in the middle of the day. The premium spots do have a nice view of Arches. If you are not on that end, you don't get that view. The pool is small. It is also at least 10 minutes north of town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. This park, while dusty and of gravel is what you can expect in the arid southwest. We were able to visit (do not miss) Canyon Lands, Arches and a very pleasant drive up the Colorado River on Utah 128. Moab is a tourist trap. We were here 3 days. Gas here was outrageous @$3.49 We camped here in a Motorhome.
If dirt and dust, rude hosts and poor customer service are your preference, then this is your park. During our stay, the Wi-Fi was very unreliable and slow. We initially wanted to stay 5 days, but our plans changed and the manager refused to refund our money, with two days notice. To sum it up best, as I was in the office/store, one elderly gentlemen came in and said "This place is a dump" We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I don't know why I reserved this place. Perhaps because it says it has a view of arches. Yes, it has a view of the prairie of arches park. You do have a view of the canyon down to Moab. It's a dusty place. No grass anywhere. A full page of rules: one of which says no ATV's ridden in park. They are all over, kicking up dust and clogging the roadways!! No Cable TV or TV available which compared to the rest of the parks in the area, is unacceptable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid for a premium site for the view. The view was obstructed by 5th wheels and trailers not to mention the "storage" area for trailers. The washers in the laundry were not very clean and I chose not to use the showers. The campground has no grass but most sites are wide enough to accommodate a big rig. For the price, there are better options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They will not get another dime from me. The management is about as snotty as I have seen anywhere. For crying out loud we are paying to stay here and support it, I don't have to take that attitude. The tent area: you might as well camp in the driveway. We stayed at Riverside Oasis, it was awesome the tent area was grass not rocks. Cabins were clean and well maintained. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We stayed here for a week. It is right on the main highway to Moab, and there is traffic noise during the day, but it is quiet at night. I would have preferred a campground in the town of Moab because it would have been more convenient. We are about 10 miles north of Moab. Also, I prefer sites with some grass, but there is none here. It seems to be very popular with people using ATV's. The name of the park is Arch View, and you can see the Windows. The Premium Sites were all booked so we could not see the arches from our site. It is still miles away. No TV (cable or antenna) and cell service was fair. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a clean, well managed park. The driveways are wide and the sites big enough to put all four of our slides out. We were expecting it to be some what noisy because of all the off-road-vehicles, but were pleasantly surprised when all was quiet at night. It would be better if there was grass or a paved pad for the picnic table and bbq. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park convenient to Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Our site did not have sewer hookup but was at the East side of the park with a spectacular view of the Arches. The sunrise was awesome. Would have given them a 10 but they did not have hand soap in the bathrooms. They have a gas station but gas was 30 cents higher than in Moab 10 miles away. They also have propane but I did not check the price. Our space was very wide and long. Plenty of room for our motorcycle trailer and car. We look forward to staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Truly a desert campground: but a good location for what we wanted and the price was cheaper than any of the parks in Moab. The bath house was close by but crowded. Toilet/shower/sink combos and they were clean. We visited Arches and Canyonlands, shopped for groceries in Moab and ate at Wendy's. Drove up the road along the Colorado River for a way. Did not go to the Bar M Chuckwagon Show because it cost more than we wanted to spend. The sunset was gorgeous and our grandson got some lovely pictures of the old building against a beautiful sky. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My husband and I rented a small cabin well ahead of our destined date of arrival. When we checked in we got our key for cabin 5 d I believe the d stood for deluxe. We had to park our car on the opposite side of our cabin as a huge trailer was parked where we were supposed to park our car. We informed management immediatly as It was difficult for us to bring our belongings inside. We left for three hours thinking the trailer would be gone when we got back. It was still there and it was left there in our way the whole time even though we were angry and upset about it. It is my belief the owners knew the people and were also making money off them, as I'm sure the trailer was loaded with bikes. They were probably entered in a competition close by and were rented this space too. I think the owners here have an ethical problem when it comes to making money and do not mind inconveniencing their guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 1 / 10 ]
We made late reservations and got two nights with hookups and 2 nights dry camping. The first night some one stole parts off my Jeep. Not the fault of the campground but just the beginning of my frustration with the whole weekend. When we moved out of the hookups to the dry camping my wife asked about dumping and was told to find an open site before we left and dump there.The last night that we were there I asked about hooking up my trailer to my RV and parking both in the dry area. I was told that "we are completely full" although most of the dry camping area was open. The next morning the area was unchanged, so obviously they were not as full as they said. When I went to dump the tanks some jerk on a golf cart came up screaming about having to pay even though we had been told to go ahead and dump the day before. They don't know what each other is telling customers and I will never stay there again and recommend that others don't either. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
We parked here in our 40' motorhome, 4 slides and tow vehicle. Good place to tourist from. The spaces are tight and some aren't very level. Swimming pool was closed. Staff friendly and helpful. The rate is high but this is a high recreation area. Yes, we will probably stay here again after trying some of the other campgrounds in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park to spend time exploring the area. We stayed 8 nights, but had to move once, since we had no reservations. Park staff was friendly and helpful. Pull-through sites are a bit tight, especially since everyone seems to have at least one ATV. Park has a reasonably stocked store and a small laundry. We felt bad when we checked out, since some large dog did his business in our site, and our neighbor left trash under our picnic table. Not our problem, but why can't all campers be more responsible? We wish he park was more proactive. Wi-Fi was slow, but our Verizon Aircard was full strength. Groceries, restaurants and shops in Moab, good burgers at Moab Brewery! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Ten miles from the city of Moab, so it's very quiet and removed. Situated next to the open desert, where you can take your ATVs, motorcycles or just hike with your pets. The only RV park that offers a view of the North and South Window arches at Arches National Park, and is located very close to the park entrance. Just across the highway is the entrance to Dead Horse Point, with Canyonlands down from there. The store keeps good hours and sells all the necessities (including cigarettes and alcohol), so you don't need to go into Moab for it. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have propane and air on site. Sites are relatively level with good hookups. Some cool and eclectic features include the large lighted tipis at the front of the park and the old mission church. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff friendly and helpful. WiFi which they say they have is bad, bad, bad. I even tried it at 3AM and I still could connect for a moment and then it boots you off. No gravel, sites are dirt and it is dusty. Also, highway is right near and it is noisy, noisy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was clean. They placed us in a very large space. We were very pleased with the space. Personnel very friendly and helpfull, willing to give information and make suggestions on where and what to do. We made reservatons based on the park having a pool, since it was very hot. The park is deceiving on a pool information. They should advertise, an oversized hot tub. It is the smallest pool we have ever seen in a park. When we owned our house, our in-ground pool was three times bigger than this one. We went to the pool one time and it was over 100 degrees the three days we were there. The park was a great diappointment to us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you have a small trailer or very short motor home, it's easy to get around. Otherwise, navigating into and out of the sites is very difficult. The sites are extremely narrow. The water hookups are almost at ground level and very inconvenient. The WiFi is very weak and slow and not very reliable. There were also lots of ants around. It is conveniently located between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, but for us, that was the only plus. It's woefully overpriced for the quality of the facilities. I would definitely NOT stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in overflow parking in '07, not '08. We didn't realize it was Jeep Jamboree weekend, but we didn't mind since we were there for ATVing. Our camp was 15 feet from the trail head and I could see Arches from the window. General store was nice as was the employees. No problems running of the generator. Not sure what the actual sites were like, but they kept one pull thru site open for the overflow to use to dump and refill tanks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were looking forward to staying here, but we were quite disappointed. The sites were very close together, and we were far away from the better bathrooms (the smaller bathrooms had no soap for hand washing). The place is a haven for ATVs, and although the rules said no riding ATVs before or after a certain time, those rules were not followed. We were glad they could not accommodate our second night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for five nights using it as a base camp for hiking and mountain biking. Have stayed here several times before. For the second year in a row they made a mess of my reservations but figured out how to make things work. This is a busy campground. Lots of ATVs etc. coming and going. WiFi doesn't have enough bandwidth for user base and is not stable. Not a pretty place to camp but good location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean campground. Gravel roads. We were parked in the east side of the park and could see some of the arches at Arches NP on the horizon. It was beautiful. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. If you are going to Arches and Canyonlands NP or Dead Horse Point SP, this is the campground to stay in - very convenient to both. My only criticism is that the WiFi was terrible - very slow (when it worked) and the latency was measured in thousands of ms. It was 9 miles to drive in to Moab but since we were going to the national parks, we found this campground to be excellent for our needs. Would stay here again if in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Let me explain that I am not a picky person. We are in a site that is too small for our rig let along our rig and a tow. They advertise large shady sites. Ha! We asked if they had a pullthru where we would not have to unhook since this is a touch and go for us and I explained we have a 37' motor home towing a jeep. They gave us this site that barely fits the motorhome. Had to unhook and park the tow car elsewhere. Gravel and dust, mostly dust. WIFI at all sites a joke. We can get it but the data flow is so slow it is almost unusable. No tv of any kind. The "shade" is small trees about the height of the motorhome. The word "resort" should not be used in this park's name. No way we are coming back here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Great location for Arches and Canyonlands Nat'l Parks. Small but nice pool. No TV unless you have a dish. Wifi works, but is sometimes slow. We stayed a month and now were back again. Great park if you have ATV's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We chose this park based on previous ratings and its proximity to Arches and Canyonlands and it served as a very convenient base camp. Yes, it is a glorified gravel parking lot, but I guess I expected that in the desert. The pool is small, but enough for the kids to get wet in after a long day of hiking. The WiFi was intermittent, especially in the morning. The staff were friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped 3 nights. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Caution!! this seems to be the overflow campground when all the ones in town are full. Kelly in the office checked us in and was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area, but quite naive about the campground. Assuring us that the 5 mph speed limit was enforced and if we saw anyone going over just let the office know. Didn't see her again til the end of our week there. So, 1)kids running amuck 2)the help as well as others going well over the 5 mph kicking up big clouds of dust 3)the rule about no riding of ATV's in the "resort" HA 4) pets leashed HA 5) pool rules HA and when things were brought to the attention of the office it was said that they really didn't want to ruin anyone's weekend! The wi-fi was hit or miss mostly miss. How this place can call itself a "Resort" is beyond me. My advice:Keep Driving! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice campground and the scenery was magnificent! the sites are rather short (even for a tent trailer) but worked out ok. The place was clean and the staff was very pleasant. Although small, the pool (the only one in the area) does offer a refreshing break after a hot dusty drive in the desert. I will come back to the area again to explore Canyonlands and use this park as a base to operate from. the light from the sunsets and sun rises that dance off the rocks was a sight to see. For the price, this place is a good deal. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Stayed 3 nights. No grass anywhere. Close to attractions. Would not stay here again. As usual pet owners do not pick up after their pets. The pet area was not clean. I would think they would at least clean it every now and then. Stayed here in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Not a bad park for a short stay. The "G" row pull-thru sites gave a view of the mountains & a hint of the Arches (Arches Natl Park is a Must-See). When we checked in no one told us they now have (free) WiFi - I discovered the signal was strong when I turned on my computer. Called the Office for the "code" but, for security reasons, had to go back into the Office and have them give me the access code. The Park does not seem to have the usual requirement to use a boot/coupler on the sewer hose so clueless campers next to us must have threaded about three feet of their sewer hose down. The next morning they reported their sewer backed up & didn't seem to believe the camp host when he pointed out the proper way to avoid problems when campers uphill empty their black tanks prior to departure. We probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to this park based on everyone's previous ratings. Either they're all blind, camping in tents, or they don't know what a park worthy of a 8-9 rating is truly like. This is a big gravel parking lot with small trees seperating each site. There is no cable TV, no wi-fi and the ONLY real benefit is the close proximity to the National Parks. Our 42' motorhome extends into the road in both the front AND the back and it's so dusty you can't open a window. Although the views are great we will never return. Drive further into Moab for a park, you wont be sorry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a gorgeous site for our 40' motorhome. Not all the sites are spacious. The park is very well kept. There is a laundry, well-stocked store and Shell fuel. There are nice views from all sites. The owners and workers were very friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The views are fantastic. There is a movie prop church on site. Very close to all the attractions. The check in also serves as the gift shop/convenience store/gas station and gets a lot of business. When the staff is busy, it is difficult to ask questions. There was no escort to the site, but they are well marked. Sites are level, gravel, no grass. But there are small trees between each site. The sites are narrow for slide outs. Picnic table and BBQ grill at each site. No fire pits but there is a large, community fire pit near the pool. There is a dog walk. Adequate garbage facilities but they do not offer recycling containers. The price on their website was $23.95. Add another $3 for 50 amp, which was not advertised. Plenty of camping cabins, all with a good view. The modem hook up is attached to a payphone and is posted for "Email download only". Even though it is off the road, you do hear some road noise. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very close to the main highway to the Islands in the Sky section of Canyonlands and about five miles or so from the south entrance of Arches. Also, about a mile north of the park is the west entrance into Arches which requires 4x4. For the area, the park was not bad. The sewer hookups required a very long hose as they were at the front of the space instead of the back of the space. I don't recommend that you buy gas at the gas station they have. We put some in our Jeep and it made the engine ping like crazy until I ran it out. The bathrooms are very nice (individual units) with toilet, sink and shower. I would probably stay there again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pool is very small, but most campgrounds in the area have no pool. Arch View has
sites that are further from the highway than other local campgrounds and the view is great. We could see the Arches National park from our campsite. There is a trail (Bike, ATV , Walking, 4 wheel drive) that starts right at the park. It is dusty, but so is the entire area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Easy access from highway and close to Arches NP, Dead Horse Point SP and Canyonlands NP. Does have trees but don't count on a lot of shade. Views of surrounding rock formations. Shell station,camp store, helpful staff. Just a few miles north of
Moab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little park centrally located with lots of shade. We were in the back to get off and away from main street. The shade was great, and all was well until 0700 when the marching band hit the field at the high school next door. Oh well, I probably only would've slept to 0745 anyway. The Teng Internet was having issues, and I was awfully glad my wife's Verizon MiFi was available. Check -n girl at the office very friendly and helpful. But for the doggone band, I'd be pretty happy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Every time we are in Moab with our travel trailer we stay at this campground. We choose this place mainly because of it's location. Market City (grocery store) is about 5 minutes walk. It is also easy to walk to the part of Moab's Main St. where most of the restaurants and shops are. At many RV oriented campgrounds, especially when located in a urban area, the sites are not large and quite close to one another. But the sites at Canyonlands Campground are long, paved, clean and well maintained. We didn't use the pool, but a lot of people did. It is a small pool not very well situated near the highway and gas station. But people seemed to be enjoying the fresh water on very hot afternoons. I guess if your goal for staying there is only to swim, this is probably not the best choice for you. :) This is not a quiet campground in the woods. During this year's 14 days stay, at day time, there were some tree cutting, high school band playing on the football field at the back of the campground and some other noise from campground maintenance. But we will come again because it is well maintained, people working there are nice and, well, it is an excellent location when visiting Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The sites are shaded but a little short. Located in Moab and in walking distance of the 'downtown' area. Voltage was a little low at the bottom of the OK zone (115). The WiFi had multiple routers but half the time I wasn't able to connect to any. The pool was small, clean, a good temperature, and always busy. The people in the office were nice and friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Centrally located for the central business district, access through a gas station. Very tight space booking in Very limited space within the park, with several vehicles making access and egress difficult. We had to drive 2 miles down the road to find sufficient space to hook up the toad. Friendly staff. I would think twice before staying here again due to space restrictions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was very nice. The staff was friendly and helpful. The site was very well maintained, bathrooms, showers and pool were all in excellent condition and were very clean. Right near downtown Moab, so everything was within walking distances. Our only problem with the campground is that it was very cramped. We had to change sites as there were vehicles parked in the road and there was not enough room to maneuver into our site. It was easy enough to grab another, but the roadway and sites were a bit too cramped for a larger RV (our is 35') and that made negotiating the campsite driveways a bit scary. We camped here in a Motorhome.
VERY crowded and congested campground. We had people walking through our site almost all night, tripping over our power cord. Restrooms and showers were clean and this is right in the middle of the downtown area with tons of stuff to do in the area. Because of the crowd factor, we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Upside: Very clean, good location, pool, walk to restaurants. Downside: very tight sites, very busy, high school band practices every week day at 7AM. "Upsides" outweigh the "Downs." Would go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Of all the choices for RV parks in Moab, this one is just the best choice. We have come to Moab many times and stayed at other parks but just continue to come back to Canyonlands. Being in the center of town, it is a very close walk to shopping, restaurants, hardware stores, etc. Like all campgrounds here, the internal roads are gravel and during dry weather it is very dusty. Thus the reason for the 5mph speed limit and the speed bumps. If you are popping open your cabinets and hopping your towed vehicle on the speed bumps, you are the reason the bumps were installed! You are driving too fast! To the management's credit they are very serious about this, and we have seen more than one group tossed out without refund for not complying with this rule! This is a big reason we come back; the staff cares and takes care of this place. Most all sites have paved parking pads with a paved patio area and picnic tables. Contrary to other reviews this is big rig friendly as we routinely see rigs in the 40-45' range in the park. I'm not saying it isn't tight, but if you can't get a 40 footer in here you don't know how to drive your rig. We make reservations at least 6 months in advance and have found the 50amp power more than capable meeting all our needs, and water pressure is also very good. Despite the fact that this park has some of the best shade trees in town, you can still manage to get a good satellite lock in most all sites. Be warned that the park shares a fence line with the high school so the marching band will be your alarm almost every morning around 7:15 with their practice and Friday night is football night (unless there is an away game), but it usually quiets down by 10pm. Because it is in the middle of town, the occasional dust storms that can pop up do not effect this park like it does the ones on the south end of town. This is a great park with great management. Price reflects the monthly rate. Rated an 8 out of 10 because there aren't enough speed bumps! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Packed gravel sites but not big rig friendly. Not much room to maneuver. The park was not near full but on a hot day, the 30 amp breaker kept tripping with just the AC on. There is some shade at most sites The speed bumps they have are outrageous. I drive slow and had cupboards popping open and tow car bouncing. The owner said he has complaints of speeding but instead of dealing with the speeders, he keeps up those awful bumps to make it hard on everyone. I wouldn't recommend staying there to anyone and won't ever stay again myself. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really enjoyed it here. The rest rooms were very clean and modern. The grounds were well maintained. The pool while small, had clean water and was very refreshing. Liked being a 10 minute walk from center downtown. The back of the grounds had a heavily wooded retreat with a small stream which was great for picnics or gatherings. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We will stay here again if passing through Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would not advise you to attempt to get a big rig into this park; it was probably built when rigs were smaller. I would estimate that 36ft can be accommodated well, but our 40ft rig was not, and there was no good parking for our toad. It's packed dirt for roads and sites; maneuvering room is not enough. It's a little like day care with associated melee during the waking hours. Its central location isn't enough to make up for the defects. We won't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great, convenient campground right in the middle of town within walking distance of stores, restaurants, etc., yet surprisingly quiet. Even when full (which is most of the time) it is a great place to stay with clean bathrooms and laundry. Most sites are shaded. Definitely will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very tight sites and short. We're a 30' travel trailer and it just barely worked; it was a challenge to my parking skills. Narrow and tough for slides but it worked. This is a very well maintained campground very popular with the Jeep crowd. Utilities all fine except for Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi system totally inadequate for the number of users. In 3 days only got 5 minutes of very slow access . Sites are very close. It is an intimate relationship with your neighbors, but in general the people attracted to Moab are outgoing and interesting so that was no problem. Much coming and going all the time, but quiet at night. Showers, restrooms, laundry and dish washing facilities were exceptional. Park is 1 block from large excellent grocery store, and 2 blocks from Moab Brewery and Restaurant. Full range of micro brews with no driving if you have a large rig, you need to be comfortable manuevering in tight quarters. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for several days. Excellent access to the two nearby national parks, and right in the center of Moab. We have a 41 foot coach and were kind of crowded on the site. After the first night, we found that we couldn't get satellite even though they told us this was their best reception site. I did some looking around through the trees and found that instead of 55, 27 would be ideal. The management was very accommodating and let us move to 27 after the first night. Satellite reception was excellent there. The laundry facility was clean and had adequate machines which were in great condition. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a number of days in August. Compared to many of the campgrounds in the area, this one had plenty of shade trees. In fact, we didn't bother to put out our awning, and didn't miss it. The sites are on the small side, but the campground is within easy walking distance to the town center of Moab. The only downside of this campground was the road noise from highway that runs through town. The bathrooms were clean, and the laundry facility was well appointed. We'd consider staying here again next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We asked for a space for a 45ft motor home. The pad was too small to get even four tires on. No room for tow vehicle. Cars and trucks parked all over the main roads. Only gravel, no grass. Dog runs are only dirt and are tiny. Sites are much too small and too close together. Office staff very nice. They refunded my second night's stay. This is definitely not a place for big rigs even though they claim it is. Would not stay there again. Overrated and overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$40 is the weekday rate; it's $43 on weekends. If you want a very shady park in town, this is the one. It was very hot, but the canopy of shade trees kept us cool. We had a problem with the electric hookup but they had that fixed in 30 minutes. The park was 90% full and was very crowded, with lots of vehicles parked in the (thankfully) wide streets. All sites had good, level concrete pads and tables. Next time we'll go when it's not so hot and stay in one of the parks south of town with tremendous views. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location in the town of Moab. One block to multiple good restaurants and an excellent grocery store (City Market). Sites have concrete pads which require no leveling. Very shaded campground which is desperately needed in the summer as it gets very hot in Moab! Pool is nice, as are the restrooms, showers, and laundry. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved it here. After we left for more adventures in other parts of Utah, we returned to Moab and easily chose this campground again. The one thing to watch for: do not take a site close to the entrance, lots of traffic at all hours of the day. Row 1 is where we stayed the second time, and it was perfect. Very nice staff. They also waived the fee for children because our kids were just over the cutoff. Nice location; we walked to dinner nearly every night. Nice laundry facility, but the washers don't do a good job of getting that red Moab dirt out of clothes. The kids loved the pool. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very crowded park. Units are packed in close together with little room for parking vehicles. As a result, many vehicles are parked in the roadways, making it tight for maneuvering around the park. Other than that, it was quiet and bathrooms were nice. No discounts are offered. We would probably not stay here again given a choice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I gave it a five because of the space sizes. It was way too close to enjoy the stay. You could almost reach out and touch the RV's / tents next to you. Park was centrally located in the town so you could easily walk to local stores. Swimming pool and other facilities were too small to accommodate the number of units/tents/cabins that were packed into the site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We ended up here because it was a weekend, and all the state/national parks were booked. Loved the location--easy walk to town, to the nearby off-leash dog park, the Moab Brewery just down the street--but did not love the park itself. Very, very tight front, sides, and back due to all the Jeeps, ATVs, tow cars, etc. Crowded pool and other facilities, too. And rocky and dusty. Our poor German shepherd had to be dragged along to get out of the RV park to visit the dog park. Not sure I'd stay again, unless I wanted the town experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good little campground for location. The rate reflects add-on taxes at more than 10%. The sites are very close and can be dusty. There are big nice trees. It is right in town and walking distance to many restaurants and shopping. Although the park is busy, it is very quiet at night. If you are in a big rig entering from the south, when McDonald's is on your left, give yourself plenty of room to make your turn on the right at the Texaco Station. The driveway is sudden and tight. We advised two staff members to eliminate two parking places in the Texaco/Canyonlands Store to facilitate big rig entry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great base from which to explore Moab area. Stayed four days but wish we could have stayed more. Within walking distance to restaurants, fast food, movie theater, and grocery store. The Blu Pig has great barbeque! It can be a bit windy, but that's the area you're in. It's all about the environment! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tight, close-together sites, but we did have just enough room for trailer, truck and picnic table. Otherwise a fine park. Right off the main street in the center of Moab. Crowded but not noisy. Convenient to Arches and Canyonlands NPs. Neat and well-kept. Very clean restrooms/showers. (Try Buck's BBQ while in Moab!) We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Don't let the entrance of the park fool you. This is a beautiful setting once you get past the long unkempt driveway which is shared with an adventure company. Lots of equipment and dirt piled up. The camp is behind their office complex. It backs up to beautiful red rocks. They are tight spaces, but there is a guide to help you in. We had everything we needed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked the location of the park - we could walk downtown for dinner and shopping. Very dusty, narrow spaces, and dirty pool made me give it a 6. The staff was efficient but not friendly. We will probably look elsewhere next time we are in Moab. With 3 kids, sales tax and hotel tax our rate was $60.67 per night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A really nice clean park with lots of tree and a bit of lawn by each site. Very friendly and helpful staff. Our site was right by the river and a back in, but there were lots of pull through sites too. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park needs help! When we checked in it was utter mayhem in the store/office. Once we were assigned a site we were on the end of the row and consequently had to put up with the dust from the dirt road(s). The sites are extremely tight and not well defined. The sewer hookup is in close proximity of the table of the neighbor site. We have AT&T cell service - forget it. The Wi-Fi is a total disaster. It takes an awful long time to access the net. At night there is road noise. There is no TV reception or cable hookup, only satellite if your lucky. The store seems to be adequately supplied and propane is on site. The park also hosts a major brand service station. I am really reluctant to say I would stay here again, probably not. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Conveniently, right in town. If you are driving in from I-70, stay in the left lane once you get into Moab. The RV park is on the east side of the road, "sort of hidden" behind a Texaco gas station. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I thought I had reviewed this park but do not see it on the website so I will give my two cents worth again. We liked the trees and the closeness to a good restaurant. The day we arrived was the last day of the season so we had to move for the next night. We arrived on Sunday so we didn't have any problems with the school. We would probably stay here again because of the location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are relatively new to RV parks and this one was really busy. The sites are small which required almost everyone to park in the areas usually reserved for those coming and going. A few folks had a hard time getting out of the park when they were ready to check out. But, the location was incredible for those of us who liked being in the heart of Moab. You can walk a few blocks to the grocery store, restaurants, etc. Everyone seemed friendly and the office was very helpful and efficient when we needed help (friends came to spend a couple of nights and we had to pay 5 dollars each per night for that to happen - very reasonable). We saw reviews of the high gas prices in Moab. Moab had the cheapest gas we purchased on our entire trip from Salem, Oregon. We also heard about the fact that the high school football stadium borders the back of the park. If you don't appreciate marching band practice at 7:30 AM, you'll be upset. We thought it was an extra perk to staying in the park. We were here a week and wish we could have stayed longer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you get nervous moving your rig in congested parks, you might want to go elsewhere. This one is extremely tight. The spaces are crowded to the point that you may have to move the picnic table to find a place to park your toad. Definitely unhook the toad before moving into the park as parked vehicles reduce clearance even more but is mostly unavoidable given the tight spaces, trees, etc. Not satellite friendly due to trees everywhere, but they provide excellent shade. Once you are in your site, no problem. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. You can walk to shops and restaurants from the park located in the center of town. Not a park to go for outdoor relaxation next to your rig; too crowded, no grass areas. Amazingly quiet given the crowded conditions as the park was full. We would look for a more roomy park if we stayed here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, but we probably won't go back. We checked in on a Thursday night and asked for a site away from the road for quiet. We feel the person that helped should have mentioned that in back of the park is the high school football stadium. Instead of quiet, we had to listen to the Thursday night band and team practice, the Friday night varsity game, and the Saturday morning junior varsity game. Very noisy and raucous until about 10:00 PM each night. So much for a quiet spot away from the road. The campground is well-located in town and has a gas station/store in front which was handy. Trash is located at the front of the park, and they do offer recycling so separate it before you walk up there. The 6 rating is due to the noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tried to get into Dead Horse State Park, but they were full. We called Riverside Oasis but they were not very friendly on the phone and wanted to charge the full cost of a second site for our small tent. Canyonlands represented a good compromise between the two. LOADS of shade (thankfully), and wonderfully clean restrooms. We didn't spend any time here during the day as we were out four wheeling and seeing the National Parks. The staff was very helpful. The only downside to this campground is like so many other privately run campgrounds, the sites are one on top of the other. For the money, we got wonderful staff, clean bathrooms, electricity, water and great shade. The proximity of the sites keeps me from giving it more stars. For what we needed (a home base), Canyonlands served the purpose. I don't think I would have been happy sitting by my camper in this campground though. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
It is a nice shady park with large trees - a must in the summer. A great in-town location. It is easy to walk to shopping and restaurants, handy attached gas station selling propane and espresso, nice management. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with good access to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Pull through sites although could be a bit longer as you will have to remove your tow vehicle. Nice shaded sites. The only complaint is there are no garbage cans close by; you have to drive to the dumpster at the front of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose the park because of the pool and walking distance to restaurants and grocery stores. The pool was so small and crowded my kids did not want to use it. My teenage sons refused to use the bathrooms because they were "disgusting." I found the ladies room to be acceptable. The trash was overflowing and smelly. I would not stay at this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has great level, shaded sites. There is a nice grocery store 1/2 block away. Can walk anywhere in town on sidewalks. Has a nice pool and laundry room. Everything was convenient. Has good internet reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to stay right in downtown Moab. It is within walking distance of many fine restaurants, and only 2 blocks from the Moab Brewing Company. The spaces are level and shady, and it is very quiet considering you are right on the main street. The bathrooms and showers are very clean, as is the laundry room. Although when we were here, not all the washers and dryers were in working order. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sardine park. Last year they had a Good Sam price of $33. Now there is no more Good Sam and it's $43! It is so cramped we can barely open our front door (literally). It's located in town. Management is superb. Owners are greedy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The honest truth; Crazy small sights, if you don't think so wait for the season. Might win award for the snuggest RV park. Over priced. Small pool for the amount of people accessing it. BUT the new management is more then super great, the park is right in town (ONLY PARK RIGHT IN TOWN), great view of Moab point & great shade trees. We'll stay here every chance we can. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very tight quarters, but quiet nonetheless. Clean. Staff not near as friendly as several years ago and the rates have skyrocketed - about average for Moab, which is overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sardines don't have anything on this park! It has short, narrow lots that are right on top of each other. It is definitely not big rig friendly, although we made it in with our 40' Fifth-Wheel... barely! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Another lesson learned; don't assume anything. We checked in for one night and instead of a full-hookup, went with W/E only. The sites were all-dirt and very tight versus concrete pads for the W/E/S sites. No mention of this when checking-in. Rate was pretty expensive even with Good Sam discount, but, it is a tourist stop. W-Fi and cable worked fine. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a fairly nice campground close to town. It is a little bit noisy from the road, but not bad. The spots are a decent size, but I think the rate was a little excessive due to what you got. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great destination RV Park. Located in the center of town, but very quiet at night. Gravel roads, with level concrete pads on each site, most have good shade trees. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Swimming pool, showers and bath rooms were clean. Odd entrance, in that it is also the exit, sort of a one-in one-out and take turns. If you can't see their street sign look for the Texaco Gas Station as they are right behind it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 2 days here to visit both Arches and Canyonlands National Park. The park is heavily treed and the sites are probably a bit tight for big rigs but all the facilities (FHU, cable TV and Wi-Fi) worked well. There is also a small pool. There is a large grocery and several other stores and restaurants within blocks and the center of this tourist town is only a mile away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is all gravel. Our dog could not find a blade of grass. The sites are very, very close. The night before we were going to leave we had to ask our neighbor to move his truck because it was parked in front of our RV. It is located on the main street, so there is a lot of road noise. Because it is on the main street it is convenient for shopping, etc. We would not stay here again because of the poor conditions for pets. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As mentioned, this is right in the heart of Moab and near Arches National Park. The road noise is considerable, however in the evening it quieted down. We turned on our air conditioner for the white noise. The wireless internet didn't reach all areas of the campground and it was an issue for us. There is no grass on the campground. Gravel and trees is all that will greet you. However it is not loose gravel and the sites were level. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Rate is with GS discount. As noted in earlier reviews, in the middle of town and good if you are walking or riding a bike. If you have a toad, would stay somewhere else. There is road noise from the main street thru town. Interior roads are gravel, and nary a blade of grass anywhere so it makes it dusty. Not to mention that the family dog prefers some grass, somewhere.. Does have mature shade trees. Sites are close, but not cramped. Utilities and cable are OK. Verizon cell and air card signal is very good. 15 years ago, the last time we were in Moab, it was a very small and laid back town. It has grown a great deal and is pretty busy. As indicated earlier, would stay at Sliprock or Oasis, based on a drive by, because they have shade and grass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very convenient location in the heart of Moab! Convenient to both Arches and Canyonlands National parks. Nice bathrooms and laundry. Sites are pull-thrus, but are pretty tight and not much room to park once you are unhooked. But the location is worth the inconvenience! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Right in town. We don't tow a car, so very convenient for us. Can walk to many restaurants and shops, and Canyonlands Tours will pick you up at the park. Tight sites, but enough space for a picnic table and room to sit under a tree. Nicely maintained. Several used bookstores in town. Good food and beer at the microbrewery. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After reading the recommendations of this web site we decided to stay here when visiting Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. I'm amazed no one mentioned that this park backs up to a school (middle or high school - not sure which). We pulled in to the sound of Tiny Tim's "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" blaring over the PA system from the school. The school was having some sort of event (summer camp?) and the kids were all out playing on a slip-n-slide and various other games/sports. Lots of loud music followed for the rest of the afternoon. That night there was a baseball game (bright lights and a big crowd). The next day we did not hear music, but periodic calls over the PA system, such as "Miss Adams, please report to the office", etc. This place is clean and well-run by a professional, friendly staff. Like others have said, the spaces are very close together. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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As noted, this campground can be a tight fit for larger rigs, but there were plenty of big rigs around our Envoy/hybrid travel trailer. The spaces are fairly narrow and close together, but shady. The upside is it is right in the middle of Moab and within walking distance of much of the central town area. It was plenty quiet, even for close quarters. Internet worked okay, tho' on Saturday night when the park was packed, it was slow. Showers/bath house were fine, although the men's room could use more than two toilets as there are plenty of tenters in the park. The dog walk area is small but adequate for most purposes except exercising a lively dog. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If not careful could miss the entrance to the campground as quite a small entrance off main street. Limited area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads gravel and a little narrow particularly on corners. Sites are well treed, gravel/concrete and flat. Services in right location for easy hook-up. Pull-thru sites are a little short to have car on back. Excellent Wi-Fi and good cable TV. Two dog walks at corner of campground. The campground is well maintained. Some road noise. Within walking distance of shops. Good location to visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location to historic downtown Moab within 3-4 blocks walking distance of grocery store, restaurants, and shops. Pull-through sites are gravel, narrow, concrete curbing,and in close proximity; however, plenty of trees for shade. The small gravel pet run is located in the back next to the fence for the city park and high school stadium. The pool located in front on main street. It is In the heart of Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed the large shade trees and the pull-thru concrete pads. You pull in and you are level! They are in a great location in town and you can walk to restaurants, etc. They have a small pool to enjoy. The staff was very friendly There are two dog runs. We were surprised how quiet it was considering it is in town. We will stay there again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is the only campground you can walk to town from, sites are tight as previously mentioned. Some sites appeared to have 8 or more people occupying them. Bathrooms were clean. It was not a very relaxing place to stay, felt crowded and busy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park inside the town of Moab. Sites were on the closer side, but the location was superb. We enjoyed walking downtown to the different shops and places to eat. This was a nice park and we will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As previously stated this is a very tight campground for a 40' motorhome. Entrance and turns in the campground are extremely tight. Other than that, the restrooms are clean, good power and cable and free WiFi. Some long term occupants have spread out of there assigned spots and make the rows almost impassable at times. For a big rig I would consider the KOA up the road. We will not return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites at this park are tight, tight, tight. You'll need a shoehorn to get both your camper and your tow vehicle into the space they allow. Having said that, it is right downtown and within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Moab. The WiFi connection was good. This would have been a 8, but I give it a 6 because of the tight sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park in the Moab area, the biggest plus is its location close to the "downtown strip" and proximity to restaurants and shops. There were only a couple others I would consider staying at, but a lot more I would not visit. Wi-Fi was a little slow, pool was drained and refilled when we got there so it was clean, but cold. Restrooms were only cleaned once a day, but with a park this size they should have been given more attention. Concrete pads were nice, but gravel interior roads were dusty. Owners and staff were helpful and courteous. A nice touch is after a customer leaves, the staff comes to each site to clean it and wash down the pad and immediate surrounding gravel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were very pleased to have a site here in the middle of town. Yes,the sites are a bit short and a bit close together,but the trees are wonderful for their shade. It was 107 one of the days we were there, and w/o the trees we would have roasted.The restrooms were clean, and the people in the front office were very helpful. We went to the brew-pub, and it was great. We also went up-river to the Red Cliffs Lodge for lunch; some excellent wine and the local film museum is a lot more than you'd expect. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had stayed at this campground 25 years ago and remembered how welcome the trees were. And they still are, a real plus in this hot location. Close to town, Arches, and Canyonlands. Staff very helpful. Park well-kept. Would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The best attributes of this park is that it is somewhat protected from Moab's winds, and that it is walking distance to shops and restaurants. The negatives are that the sites are too close together and short; Rvers are allowed to hang clothes lines; the handles on the dryers were broken and the dog area is awful. Think I'll try another RV Park next time I'm in Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here with our 4 year old son and we really enjoyed it. It is a very well maintained campground. The park and the restrooms were clean. The owners and staff were very friendly and helpful. All the sites have trees at them which makes it very nice. Our son enjoyed the playground. We also like that we could walk to town. Since it is in town we did not have any highway noise which is nice. We found the RV sites very accommodating for our 38' ft motorhome and car. We are definitely going to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All the hookups and the Wifi worked well. We were not bothered by street noise and actually found it convenient to groceries, gas, beer, etc. The site sizes are adequate but not roomy. Many sites are in shade, its hot in Moab. The pet area isn't fit for a dog. Go down by the creek, you won't bother anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We moved here from Slickrock campground because it was too dirty and noisy. We were very satisfied with Canyonlands. Everything was spotless, campers were polite/quiet, staff was good and it is right in town (I didn't notice road noise). The cabins were typical KOA style and very clean with air conditioning and a screened front porch under a shade tree. It had 'big rigs' in it but the spaces were very tight. I noticed the tent area was set up like the RV area so not much privacy but the tent area wasn't full and it was away from the RV traffic which helped. There was a 'private' tent area but it had road noise and noise from a loudspeaker and very far from the bathrooms, all tenters were up in the upper tent area. We will stay here again, it was very pleasant and relaxing after a long day of hiking/biking. I highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This place is smack in the middle of town, but the highway noise isn't too bad if you get a spot toward the rear. Dust wasn't too bad because they had gravel down. Staff was cordial. We really liked how you could walk across the street to the brewery, one block from an RV wash location, and the grocery store was bikeable too. Super convenient location to stay overnight, get some business done, swim in their pool, and split. Nothing fancy but it's location can't be beat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a last minute stay. Minus - Spots tight, be careful leaving park you can scrap bottom really easy. Dog walk area sad but if you go down where they have tents and flood area it is nice for dogs. Pluses - Staff friendly, close to town and food. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tight is the operative word at this downtown campground. Neither we nor our neighbor could put out our awnings and our 4 slides barely made it. We saw quite a few big rigs and our 37" fifth wheel is not small, but we were able to place ourselves on our small pad with one pull through and one backing adjustment. Now parking our truck was another matter, we had to back it in under the hitch parallel to the front road. Moab is the Mecca of off-roading and the campground was full of barely street legal Jeeps with questionable mufflers. Quiet time seemed to be well respected, but after biking or 4 wheeling all day who wants to party all night and if you do there are places within walking distance for that kind of fun. We were there during part of Utah's Spring Break but the kids were quiet and respectful. This is a great place for pop-ups and tenter's, they have a very nice area for them to camp. Dish washing sinks are located just outside each restroom and in the laundry. WiFi was great but then we were only 20' from the antenna. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My husband and I stayed here for six nights the beginning of October. It's a very busy place but for the most part everyone was respectful of the 10pm quiet time. This is not a sleepy little town so if thats what your looking for, you probably wouldn't want to stay anywhere here. We came to explore Moab in our jeep with some friends. It's an incredible place. Many 4x4's, ATV's, and motorcycles cruising the area. A tourist town for sure! We loved our stay and we will definitely be back here to Canyonlands RV Park. We did not use the showers or restrooms. There were two sets of dumpsters on either ends of the park. I wanted to use the pool but we were too busy jeeping everyday. There is a store/gas station/espresso stand as you enter the park. The park is located within walking distance to many restaurants and cool shops. We will be back here for sure! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is right in town so is convenient to shopping and restaurants etc. The sites are small and stacked together like cordwood. The wifi is free but somewhat slow so can't complain too much there because it is free. Lots of older mature trees. Back row backs up to a high school with batting cages along he fence so all you hear is the thump, thump of the balls being hit. Moab is a very busy little town with lots of bicyclists, atvs and 4wd vehicles. Pretty expensive for what you get. The so-called concrete pads are barely large enough for a pop-up trailer let alone any normal size rv. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The sites in this campground are a little tight. It is right in the middle of town, but the outside road noise isn't bad. We did hear the high school football game whose field is at the back of the park. It is a very busy park, with lots of in and out traffic at all hours (lots of loud jeeps going to play in the canyons). We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a tourist town like Moab, a very good campground. The WiFi was better than any other campground so far. Stayed three nights because we loved this place. Will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was clean, shady and conveniently located. We had reserved a site for the night before we actually arrived and they let us check in that morning without charging for the missed night. The dog area was shady and easy to get to. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location, walking distance to shopping, grocery, restaurants. Shady, clean, c-store, gas station on site. Mild road noise. No grass, two small pet areas (dirt). Gravel/concrete sites, level sites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is great. The service at check-in was very professional and friendly. We arrived with multiple rigs and special needs (OHV trailers). We were quickly on our way to our sites and directed to where to park our OHV trailers. The sites are level and the mature trees are a must. The sites can be close for the largest of rigs but our gasers w/slides on both sides fit fine. The pool was refreshing and always clean. The restrooms were clean even with the many tenters utilizing them. The WiFi worked at our sites. The onsite store, gas station and laundry mat were very convenient. The location is a plus for us, in the middle of town, but no road noise. We have stayed here for multiple years and will continue to when visiting Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this park due to it being close to the grocery and other town amenities (walking distance) and the groups of people from foreign countries who use this wonderful campground. The owners are very nice/friendly. We will always return here when we visit Moab. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
I checked no pull throughs and not big rig accessible because this older park simply is too tight and close for big rigs and pull throughs although they advertise that they offer these features. Trees, branches, poorly placed rocks, etc., make navigating this park very difficult for a bigger rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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If you have a choice between camping on the median strip of the interstate highway and
this campground, take the median strip. You'll be happier! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This campground is a classic case of where, once it was nice, but the trees have now matured
and have closed in and this, along with huge boulders being placed everywhere, makes it a nightmare to navigate. Very tight turns and difficult parking. Their definition of a "paved" space is one where several pourings of concrete have been connected together, and they are all horifically cracked and unlevel. Not a nice place at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is one of the worst campgrounds in America. If your rig is over 30 feet in length, you're going to have trouble here. The owners have placed rocks in unbelievable places. If you get out of here without scratching your rig, you're lucky indeed. Avoid it unless you want a stressful situation. There are lots of other great campgrounds in the area without problems such as this one has. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Immaculate restrooms. Sites lovely. Covered picnic tables and very clean. They are power washed daily. Beautiful views. Close walk to visitor center and nice coffee shop. Paved parking pads. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Visit this park for the views looking out over Canyonlands National Park, 2000 feet below, or sunsets that look like paintings. Many have compared the views with that of the Grand Canyon, high praise indeed. The campground is very popular and a prospective camper will want to make reservations well in advance of arrival, although there are just a few drive up sites available. Generally speaking, the campground is full night after night spring, summer, and fall. There are only 25 sites and only around a third of them will accommodate a larger camper. Also, the sites aren’t especially level. Most of them lean to the front or to the back but are okay side to side. Our 35’ 5th wheel pretty much used all the room available in our pull-through site. My Verizon phone worked, but data was intermittent and at times neither 3G nor 4G worked, even using a signal booster. At other times, I had a fairly decent data flow. The sites all have 50 amp power, a nice shelter with picnic table, no water, and no sewer. Also, there is no water for an RV's fresh water tanks in the campground. The nearest camper water tank fill up is available at the Shell station/RV park 20 miles away at the intersection of Highways 191 and 313. There are modern, flush toilets in the campground. Also, there’s a sink with running water where dishes can be washed and drinking water containers can be filled. There’s also a dump station with a water faucet that can be used to rinse hoses, etc. If you can get a spot that you can fit in, Dead Horse Point State Park is a terrific base of operations for visits to Canyonlands and Arches National Parks and the Moab area in general. It’s not only handy for touring the area, but it’s a destination in its own right. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful scenery! You might be able to get a big rig in here but it would be tight! I have 30' RV and felt that was pretty much Max for site entry back-in with small road access. Even the few pull-throughs' are very small. Electricity is good (no water/sewer). Bring leveling pads. No WiFi and only 2 antenna TV stations. Canyonlands NP is right there but 40 min. and 2000' down [and back up] to Moab. Rate reflects the online "Reservation Fee". Come for hiking and adventure and don't forget your camera. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a beautiful, small park with 21 sites. Because there is only power available, bring lots of water for the time of your stay. You would have to go to Moab for additional water which is about 30 miles away. There is a dump station at the park entrance. Staff at the visitor center was friendly and helpful. The assigned site was long enough for our 5th-wheel and truck. However, all sites are narrow and you might need all the asphalt there is for the width of your RV. I needed 2 boards on 1 side to level and the site was sloping forward. But there is enough space left and right for slide outs and awnings. A covered picnic table on a concrete slab is nice in the hot summer and is nice to have in winter, too. Power was reliable, Verizon has a cell signal here but Virgin mobile doesn't. The restrooms provide flush toilets and a basin to wash your hands, nothing else, fairly clean. It is really a beautiful park and you have hiking trails right from the park. In high season, make sure you have your site as it would be a long way back if it was full. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for 6 nights while visiting Canyonlands and Arches before they closed. Campground was tight, and the space we had was narrow. Nice covered patio area at each site, but we didn't use it much. No water so we had to pack it in. Brought water containers which we filled in Moab whenever we left the campground. Nice visitor center, great hiking, and the views are incredible. So much to do around here so the comforts, etc of the campground didn't seem important. Reservations are a must, especially in the spring and fall. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have thoroughly enjoyed this nice small state park several times. Evening can bring a real understanding of what quiet is and how the sky can look away from multiple light sources. The sites are nicely spaced, paved and have a shade shelter over the picnic table. If you need it there is a very open view of the sky for satellite reception. Electrical power seemed quite reliable despite numerous severe storms. Some of the views are as good as you will find anywhere in the southwest. It is a high desert environment with very little ground cover and no large trees. However, I would not say it is big rig friendly, some of the sites are small and would offer some real leveling and backing in challenges. There is limited to no cell phone service. Restrooms were clean but there are no showers. There is No water available for 30+ miles but there is a dump site w/o flushing capabilities. Do not go out without reservations because if they are full it is a long way to any optional parks and during certain times of the year they are full. Note Utah uses Reserve America for reservations and they will add a charge for making the reservation We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Reservations are a must here as there are only 21 sites and not all of them are RV friendly. This is a beautiful campground with flush toilets and no showers. You need to bring in your own water. There are many trails to hike from the campground. Each site has a covered picnic table on a cement slab which is very nice. The sites are paved for the vehicle/trailer and the electric hook-ups are good. Cell phone service is non-existent except for limited calling from the visitor's center which is .3 miles from the campground. It is beautiful and quiet, but very dusty & sandy when the wind blows. The views from the visitor center and from a further drive into the park are amazing! We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wednesday/Thursday – May 8,9 – Kayenta Campground, Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah This campground is off the road that heads to Canyonlands National Park, Island of the Sky district. It is in a beautiful area of Utah and there is a Visitor Center, hikes such as the East Rim and West Rim and then the Dead Horse Point Lookout that overlooks the Colorado River which is stunning. The history behind the point where cowboys used to drive Wild Mustangs to a hidden coral and then leave the ones they didn’t want to die without water within the fence is troubling. The campground has 21 sites all with electricity but no water, no showers and no fill ups for RV’s. There are no water spigots anywhere in the park. Our site 1 had a nice view and we were able to get level but most sites are not level. Reservations are a must for this time of year. The bathhouse was clean and did have flush toilets. Interesting and beautiful place to camp. The costs was $20 a night !and one can walk to the Visitor Center We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for quiet, scenery, hiking/biking trails this is the place for you. Do bring plenty of your own water as all water for the park has to be trucked in from Moab, 30 miles away. Fabulous views of the Canyonlands from the point overlook. Close to the entrance of Canyonlands National Park, and about 25 miles from the entrance to Arches National Park. Staff and campground hosts very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a great find on our trip across country. The sign said the campground was full but we drove up by chance someone canceled their reservation. We got lucky. The park has a few pull through sites and only a few looked level (we had to use two levelers on our site). The site had plenty of space to spread out and the tables are sheltered with a night light. The best thing we liked was viewing the milky way at night, it was so clear. I have never camped at a campground a quite as this one was (very refreshing after a few nights in rest areas and parking lots). You will need to bring your own water. All campsites have electric. There is a dump station. For $20 a night this was a great campground.. We would camp here again, We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason this park did not get a perfect score was the absence of water hook ups and showers. The sites are large; they have wonderful pavilions that shade large picnic tables on slabs with solar lighting and storage. A grill is also provided. The park is conveniently located between two National Parks, Canyonlands and Arches. The park has wonderful attributes of it's own and should not be missed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spectacular campground on the edge of a mesa above the Colorado River Canyon in the state park. Price includes reservation fee and reservations a must. The stars at night were unbelievable. Desert environment with covered cabanas at each site. It's just a beautiful place. Definitely recommend, although it might be tight for big rigs. No showers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you have a big rig, please look elsewhere. We were in site #2. Fairly easy to back in, but due to the red dirt that is more like sand and the bugs we could not sit outside. The rest of the sites are highly questionable for big rigs. For class C's it will work fine. Some of the sites have the electric on the passenger side, or way at the rear of the site. Real shame since the view (from some sites) of Canyonland is great. Nearest shopping is 30+ miles away in Moab. We would not stay here again, even in site #2. Staying in Moab would be far better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was a good one for smaller vehicles. Class C motorhomes and tents would be fine. We managed with a 40' class A. If you really want to camp here you can make it work fine. We were in site KA-18 which is one of the more level sites for a big motorhome. Restrooms were very clean. Campsites were well maintained. Best thing about the campground is the proximity to two great parks. The Dead Horse Point State park has a lot of fantastic vistas and scenic views we would have otherwise missed. It is very close to Canyonlands National Park and made it easy to drive over their to see it. The big disadvantage is that it is 30 miles from Moab and 21 miles from Arches National Park so it is a tradeoff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground in a nice park. Visitor's center was really cool with lots of exhibits. Hiked the trail to Deadhorse Point: great view of the canyons. Close to Canyonlands National Park. Great sunset! We were in site #2, which wasn't the most level site but I think most of them had problems. There's a BLM campground just up the road as well that looked pretty nice if this one if full. No showers but a nice park overall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another Natural wonder. This is a great park and a good place to visit Canyon Land National Park as well. There is not water available so you have to conserve that resource. There is a dump station, but no rinse water for post dumping. You have go to into Moab to find water and that is a 22 mile drive. There are some great picnic spots at the point. I'd recommend that people go out to the point for their meal and the sunset view and then move back to the campground for sleeping. The park host was busy power washing the tables at the sites. They were immaculate. I don't think this is normal practice, but he certainly wanted the park to be at it's best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the most spectacular views ever seen. So quiet you can hear a bee buzz from a distance! Early morning and later evening very few people around. Nice park ranger entertained the kids with story about animals in the park. She was very sweet. We camped here and it was very hot but electricity and A/C saved the day. Do not miss this park and plan two hours to drive in and visit when you go to arches or canyon lands. We did not make reservations and arrived before noon with plenty sites available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Note that rate of $20 includes a daily use fee of $6. If you have a state park pass, the nightly rate then is only $14. A GREAT price for a wonderful campground. Minor leveling even for a big rig. Solid, 50 amp electric. Limited water, bring plenty with you. Dump station on site: no rinse water. Bathrooms were clean. Dishwashing sink with running water outside the bathroom building. Portable jug filling only. No showers. Exceptional location for visiting Moab area, Arches NP, Canyonlands NP, etc. Remarkable views of Colorado River basin and Colorado Plateau just one mile down the road from campground. Ranger program in the evening. Nice presentations. Ranger came around and invited us personally to evening programs! As most visitors just blow right on by. Camp fills late in day. Marginal AT&T cell, zero to one bar if lucky. Verizon Air card worked (two bars) with an exterior antenna/booster. Satellite TV was no problem as all trees/shrubs etc., are below trailer height. All sites have 'cabana' over picnic table with overhead 110 volt light, a nice touch. Very dark and quiet, IMO a stunning place to stay at a great price. If they'd let us, we'd stay for weeks. We'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was one of our favorite parks. We camped in site #1, which was a very secluded pull-thru. All the sites had a shelter with a picnic table. The park has a great visitor center, museum, and art gallery, as well as a well-maintained mountain bike trail. It was a great alternative to dry camping in the national parks because of the electric hookups. Keep in mind that you must bring your own water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The camping fee includes access to the state park, which has spectacular views, and is well worth the trip. You have to take your own water, since they have to truck in water from Moab, but the dump station has a water hose available. I hope to be able to stay here again for a longer period of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed three nights. Nice park, but it has no water. We filled our tanks at a prior campground. Campground is small loop, a little tight with our toad, as we had a back-in spot. 1 mile up the road is the most awe-inspiring view of canyonlands. Nice location to visit Moab, Arches, and Island in the Sky. Nearest supplies are 20 minutes away. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay in this park. The campground is small and quiet. It is a little tight, but big rig friendly for the skilled. Lots to do and see. We liked the hiking and felt that the views in this park, are the best we have seen. It is a small campground so reserve if you are going to visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is daily rate. Paved roads and sites. A truly amazing place to park your RV. The campground may not have the views, but a few minutes drive provided awe inspiring vistas. Good sized, reasonably level sites with picnic table and cover, though they can be tight if you have slides on both sides. At least half of the sites would have accommodated our 38' motorhome. We were there in the off season and had no trouble getting a good site. Be aware that there are no water hook ups. We will definitely be back to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If there's a nicer state park campground, I'd love to see it. The sites are well located, clean and well equipped. The setting is awe inspiring with stunning views of Canyonlands. While we were here, the sites were all full but the park was QUIET. There is no water available in the park but a dump is available. The restrooms do not have showers but were clean and in good working order. We look forward to returning to this outstanding park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This has to be one of the most beautiful sites in the country. There are nice sized, reasonably level sites. Each has a covered concrete pad with a pantry, picnic table and lights. The restrooms have running water but no showers. Flush toilets available to help extend your storage. A dump site is available. There are some first come, first served sites that are available daily, the others must be reserved well in the future as there is a limited number of sites and the park is quite popular with people who appreciate natural beauty and silence. Although there are no conventional amenities offered, the beauty and serenity of the area makes it a park we'll gladly return to anytime, hopefully we can stay longer in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoy this park and campground so much that it has become a yearly trip for us. The campground is small and remote but that is why we love it. Peace and quiet is undisturbed here. If you are here on a clear, moonless night the nighttime skies are amazing. It is literally a 5 minute drive to the Point and not much farther to Canyonlands. Arches is less than an hour away. Do yourself a favor and spend an hour at night out on the Point. It's almost a spiritual experience. The park rangers are friendly and love to talk about the area. Nightly talks at the visitor's center are worth your time. Campground and restrooms are kept spotless. Water conservation is a concern here since it has to be trucked in from Moab. Fill up your tanks before you arrive. Absolutely wonderful experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed 7 days at this wonderful park in the desert. While staying here we visited Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park. Great vistas at Dead Horse Point and a nice place to watch the sunset. The only negative is the lack of water hook ups but we had a full tank when we arrived and 10 gallons in containers. We filled our containers in Moab while on our day trips. Also, there is water available at the restroom. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great tent camping site. Covered ramadas on cement slab with cabinets and electric light make for easy meal prep. Raised and framed tent sites also a nice feature. This remote location is an awesome place for viewing stars. Shade a little hard to come by, be prepared for bugs or "no-see-ums" as the rangers call them. Rangers were extremely helpful and easy to see that they take great care of this site. Last time I stayed there was over 30 years ago, and it was just as I rememberd it. We camped here in a Tent.
Dead Horse Point matches the Grand Canyon. We stayed there for a week. The only water in the park is "trucked" in daily from Moab so they ask that you fill your fresh water tank before arriving. They do have a place at the bathroom (no showers) where you can fill a jug. We loved it there- Canyon Lands is close by and Arches is about 30 miles toward Moab. Wonderful hiking both at Dead Horse Point and at the National Parks. Our only complaint was the gnats- or what's called no- seeums. Could not find anything to repel them. Supposedly just a problem late spring and early summer. We would love to go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 5 nights while visiting Canyonlands and this park. This place is absolutely beautiful, with views and hiking trails from anywhere in camp. It is also one of the quietest campgrounds we have stayed in. We had space 19, a slight up hill back in space 55 feet long. I had no trouble backing in or leveling. Space 11 also looks very nice. I don't know if a 40 foot triple slide would fit either space but I would bet they would. We had a great time here and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paid an extra $8.00 to make a reservation. Sight was up hill and hard to back into. The sight had a great covered picnic table with an over heard light and a cabinet for storage. There was electric but no water and none at the dump sight to refill with. Lots of privacy. Great proximity to trails and sights. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A real out-of-the-way Utah state park. Extremely quiet area with outstanding views. Roads and pads paved but may require some effort to get level. Most sites fairly well separated. New electrical service to sites, no water or sewer at sites, dump station available but no water there. Lack of water a major detraction but if you can work your way around that a wonderful place. I would strongly suggest that you have a reservation. If you get there and they are full it is a long way to anywhere else. Take some time and explore the park. Numerous deer in the Campground. If you want to see some real stars get there on a moonless night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This small campground is in great proximity to one of the West's most awesome views. The view from Dead Horse Point is unbelievably beautiful both at sunset and sunrise. The campground has a few big sites. I like site #1 for size and privacy. Campfires were not allowed when we were there. Nice roof covering the picnic table. Outside storage provided. Must bring in drinking water. No water available. Dump station avail but no water to rinse hose. Despite the negatives, this campground is a gem. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are not many spaces a 40' motorhome will fit. I was in space #1 a pull through long enough for the largest RV. I would also recommend space # 11 for big rigs. The new 50A service makes this a pleasure for keeping cool without the sound of generators. Some sites are secluded some are not. Overall a great place to stay for Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands Island in the Sky. There are restrooms, but no showers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for 3 nights with two other families. The campsites have great views, and we saw mule deer two of the three evenings here. No problem with privacy (try for an outer loop site if you are concerned). The picnic tables are covered and have 2 of 4 sides covered to protect from the sun. There is an fun short hike from the campground to the cliff edge for a beautiful sunset view, and you can walk or bike to Dead Horse Point from the campground. This is a MUCH better choice for camping than any of the RV parks in Moab. Conserve your water, there is only one place to get drinking water in the campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Many of the sites are not very large or level and none were private or secluded in my opinion but the views and the park itself more than make up for it. Sites have 20 amp electric which is unusual for state parks in this area and very welcome but there is no potable water for filling your water tank. There is no shade to speak of but some nice greenery. There are flush toilets with water but no showers. We were in site #14 and had a lot of rain during our stay but the parking pad itself is paved and the area drained fine for us, we liked the site because it sits up on the hill a bit and had a nice view of the canyon beyond but our neighbors were fairly close on both sides. We have a 30 ft class A. The dump station is well situated for easy in and out but also has no water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park. Fantastic view of canyon. Sites have privacy from other campers. Pad size varies from 40 ft to 105 ft. Roads and pads are blacktop paved. A mixture of back in and pull through sites. Each site has a coverd picnic table with electric light and storage box. Electrical service is only 20 amp. Campers are advised to bring full water tanks. However there is limited potable water in the park. The park has a dump station also. Park is 23 miles from highway 191 on road 313. Is located 33 miles from Moab, Ut. Adjacent to the park is a Ranger operated visitor center. We camped in June. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Beautiful campground in the desert. Sites are secluded so you see the scenery instead of your neighbors. Very clean campground. We camped here in a camper.
We stopped here one night, late on a Friday. Although all the regular sites were taken, another camper let us know that the camp host told them, if the group sites are not taken, they could occupy any group sites available. Check calender on website to verify the group site has not been reserved. Although the website says it will accomodate small campers, I saw one large u-shaped pull through, and the group sites can accomodate very large rigs. Very nice, clean campground next to the river with picnic tables and fire rings. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a BLM campground along the Colorado river on highway 128 and about 1.5 miles off highway 191. There are several more along this same highway but this is one of two that will accommodate larger rigs. It's all gravel, pit toilets, no water or electric, and the camp host is on the grounds if you need help. The view is unbelievable! It's about 2 miles from Moab and 4 miles from Arches park. If you can dry camp you'll love this. Only Uncle Sam can offer real estate this nice and its only $12 a night. More info can be found searching Google for Moab camping. Its first come, first serve so get there early. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my kind of campground--large private sites great views and out in the country. But it is very convenient to Arches, Dead Horse, and I-70. It is on the same road as Dead Horse State Park but half the distance from the main highway. Most sites are back ins but they are large enough for big rigs with lots of wiggle room for those who are backing impaired. Hookups are way down on my list of amenities. If they is important to you then opt for one of the many private parks in Moab. We camped here in a Tent.
The rate is the senior discounted rate. This BLM Campground is on the road to Canyonlands National Park and near Dead Horse Point State Park. It has large, level sites and a very nice view of the distant snow-capped Henry Mountains. There are over 50 sites that filled to capacity three of the four nights we were there. This is dry camping with no utilities of any kind. You can get water in Moab or at the Shell Station near the intersection of 191 and 313, about 20 miles distant from the campground. This is a great campground for people who don’t mind being off the grid, who want a very quiet campground, who enjoy beautiful sunsets and star lit nights. My Verizon phone managed to get a few bars of cell service but data limped along with an occasional 1X connect. The roads and sites are all good gravel and the pit toilets are clean and have no “outhouse” odor. The entrance to the Island in the Sky portion of Canyonlands is nearby as is Dead Horse Point State Park with views you don't want to miss. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great campground. Plenty of room and level sites. We were here during one of Moab's busiest weekends of the spring and the campground was completely full. But it was still quiet overnight and we never felt crowded as there's lot's of room between spaces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground in my opinion, one of the best that BLM offers in this area. Spacious sites for different lengths, lots of restrooms, and great views. It is a dry camping area with no water, dumping, or electric. With a rate of $6 for seniors with Golden Age Pass, it's hard to beat the price. It's a short distance to Dead Horse Point State Park where the rates are 3-5x higher. This makes a good day trip by bicycle or car from here (seven miles away). Bravo to the BLM for providing such campgrounds in an area where commercial campgrounds in Moab are expensive ($35 on average). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location, beautiful setting, quiet spot. No hookups and no water to be found. This is definitely the definition of a primitive site. Our water tank is small, so even without showering, we were out on our third day. Bear that in mind if traveling with a smaller trailer, especially as the closest town Moab, is about an half an hour's drive. There are vault toilets, though, and a dumpster for trash. Location wise, Horse thief has great access to Canyonlands and Dead Horse. We didn't see a ranger the entire time we were here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground host was very helpful and runs a very tight ship here; he even suggested Jeep trails we could try with our stock Liberty. He patrols the park numerous times a day to make sure things are fine for all of the guests. He will give anyone the boot if they are clearly breaking the rules. This is dry camping at its finest: come to the park with your water tank full and your other tanks empty if you plan to stay for a while. We stayed in our 38 ft motorhome with our Jeep towed and had plenty of room in one of the larger sites. We definitely would stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here over the Memorial Day weekend because everything else was full. This campground filled up also. It had about 60 to 70 sites. It is located on Rt 313 before you get to Dead Horse Point State Park. The park had lots of ATVs but they were respectful and drove very slowly through the park. The park was very dusty and the wind blew all the time we were here. The camp host is very helpful and actually does his job. He is a very nice fellow. He also maintains a hiking trail adjacent to the campground. It is a beautiful walk. I would stay here again in a pinch but it wouldn't be my first choice because it is completely dry. There is no water, dump or showers. It has pit toilets. Well maintained, however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects us of a Senior Pass and is half of the regular nightly rate. Ken's Lake is a beautiful campground south of Moab. There are views of the red cliffs and a babbling waterfall within the park. This campground is boondocking only, but, for a few days, it is the best value for a visit to Moab. The camp host is friendly and helpful. There is no water or dump at this campground. Locations of dumps and available water and showers are available from the visitors center in Moab. The park is separated into two sections. Motor homes are better suited for the first section as the road to the second section contains a deep "V" shaped dip that may cause damage to the front cap on most Class A motor homes. Sites are of differing sizes, but all include a picnic table and fire ring with grill. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We liked this campground. There are 2 sections...and upper and a lower section. To get to the lower section you pass thru a dry wash. The spaces were large and for the most part, pretty level. Unfortunately, the government shut down and we had to leave early --- even though the cg doesn't receive any federal money. The camp host was apologetic. We didn't have a chance to hike up to the water falls.....but will next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful!! BUT no dump station anywhere near. Primitive (no HUs), mostly huge sites; mostly level; mostly private, quiet; oh, the views! $7.50 w/Sr. pass. Hwy 191 ~3 miles, ~1/2 mile of gravel makes it great for overnight or whole week. Restrictive quiet hrs 8pm-8am (but more peaceful) plan accordingly. CG was full by 4pm Friday (weekend bike race in Moab). As camp got full, two big rigs even fit themselves into 1 site, side-by-side, [nose to tail, like horses swatting flies] they both paid. Faux Falls is worth a look as is 'Steel Bender' jeep trail. Kayakers/fishermen having fun on lake, we had a peek of lakeview from our site. We prefer SP, BLM, FS, COE, etc., to the 'pack' RV parks, so my ratings reflect the amenities we value: space, privacy, serenity, views, $value, vs playgrounds, golf, pool-spa, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful BLM campground. There is are no hook-ups (electric, water, sewer) and there is no water or dump station. There are clean pit toilets. Nevertheless this is a pleasant place with level, gravel campsites for boon docking. The view of the valley and the red rock cliffs is outstanding. There are several hiking trails of a mile or so leading from the campground. This is a very nice BLM campground in a beautiful rural setting. There is a nearby lake that offers fishing. The $6 rate reflects the rate charged for holders of the Golden Age pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Filthy The bathrooms were in need of repair, dirty walls, broken drains, water on floor and also filthy. The laundry room even dirtier with sand in dryers and $6 to dry a load of laundry. The desk staff was rude.,sites too narrow for both an awning and slide. Sites dirty with cigarette butts and cans, paper etc. playground had slide and swings with peeling paint, squeezed and rusty. Fences in need of repair. no doggy bags for scouting. Didn't appear to have a dog run. Pool too small for the number of sites. If you arrive before check in they want to charge $10 for 30 minutes. ( we arrived 20 minutes before check in). Even if site vacant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground was almost to capacity while we were there. The red rock views from the campground were fabulous. The sites were mostly gravel and not much in the way of grass, which is understandable being in the desert. A picnic tables was provided at our site. The pool area was clean even though it was heavily used. The bathhouse we used had individual combined bathroom and shower but it was not very clean. This probably had something to do with the volume of use. We visited both Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park while staying at this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was the site of our 2014 family campout. The reservation staff here was great to get 2 RVs close to one of their cabins so we could all be close together. The location is good and well situated for touring Canyonlands and Arches Nat. Rec. Areas. The park has a nice layout and a fun rustic feel. The pool is small, the playground is only a couple swings & a small metal slide that was unusable in the 100+ degree heat. They did have a miniature golf course and a rather pricey laundry. Cable service and Wi-Fi were great. Our biggest complaint was the campers who continued to drive through the park at unreasonably high speeds. It is rather typical KOA in a resort area: rather pricey but always a good safe area to camp, especially with children. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A place to park the trailer and sleep between forays into Arches and Canyonland National Parks. Entire site is gravel and dusty; including the site access roads. Really tough to keep your unit clean inside or out with all the traffic. Showers, for all my visits seemed to be just barely acceptable. Stalls are individual and small, but most importantly regardless of when I went there the water could not even be considered tepid. Washrooms are okay. Campground hosts are friendly and helpful and it's store is one of the best stocked I have ever seen; and the prices seem to be fair. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located just outside Moab, half hour drive from Arches. Small sites, but facilities OK including swimming pool and mini golf. Almost useless WiFi and price is too high for that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The bad: We don't like staying at KOA's because we feel they are overpriced but due to a car show the other RV parks were full. They need to trim the branches on the trees, I saw one RV get hung up on a branch. Sites are dirt; roads are dirt, very narrow, and difficult to navigate. The good: Since it does sit back off of the highway we did not hear any road noise at night. It is a good location for visiting the National Parks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 4 nights. We have never really liked KOA’s but there wasn’t much else available. A lot of the other parks in the area didn’t have clear view of the southern sky for satellite reception – mainly due to trees. Guess they are trying to beat the summer heat. But it doesn’t work well when the temperatures cool off. The park is right along the main highway several miles south of town. The park is built on a slope so a lot of the sites are not flat or level. They charged different rates depending on the day of the week. They provided an escort to the site. The interior roads are narrow, windy and gravel. There were just a few pull through sites that offer a view of the southern sky to get good satellite reception. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer. The sites had an outside table. The sites are sand – no gravel or concrete. Pretty much Zero privacy between the sites. Our site (#63) had a power pole with a junction box attached on the passenger side and overhead wires running over it. The pole was located so that we almost ran into it when we stepped out of our coach. The outside table was right next to the power pole. The park’s WiFi was good. There wasn’t a fenced pet area. There was a designated pet area but it was a field next to the park. Other pet owners didn’t clean up after their pets in this area. There were sufficient gravel roads to walk the dogs but a lot of the other guests didn’t follow the leash requirement. There were no bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste. We didn’t use the restrooms/showers, laundry room or game room. The pool was closed for the season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I really have mixed emotions on this one. On the positive side: Good location, friendly staff, nice size space with picnic table and shade trees. The NEGATIVE: 1. We picked this park because it had cable TV - the lower channels (the network channels) did not work! They sold me an unneeded new coax cable that did not help - from other reviewers this is a known problem and should be fixed. 2. The wi-fi was poor and unavailable most of the stay. 3. The water system was also unreliable. They need to hire a good maintenance man and spend some money fixing these problems as they spoiled the whole stay. If these problems were resolved we would highly recommend this park. We stayed 3 nights to explore the national parks in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It says that there are shade trees, but that depends on your idea of shade. Most of the sites had one tree which would not provide shade all day or even part of the day. Would not stay here again, too expensive for what one gets. Not all the cable channels worked; we reported this the first day there and it was never fixed. Stayed for two weeks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is based on 10% off with KOA membership card. The campground is very nice. The staff is beyond friendly and we are VERY happy here. Staying four days and would come back again. The campsites are not huge, but cozy and nice. Bathrooms are VERY clean and the store is stocked. The only thing I didn't like: there is no grass and it is a bit dusty, but that is to be expected in the desert. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Narrow dirt roads throughout the park and dirt rv sites. Be careful of huge rocks placed along roadways. The staff was friendly and helpful.Free wi-fi worked well. Our site was a pull-through, but difficult to pull through because of ill-placed trees. Probably would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Check in was quick. Once at the site I had to return to the office and request another site that would be long enough for my trailer and truck. My requests was quickly remedied and I relocated. The sites are gravel and red sand and it is amazing, there was no dust when the wind blew. The washroom/toilets were in the same individual rooms. Therefore, if the rooms were full with folks washing, there was no chance to use a toilet. Showers did not have any ventilation. By the time I dressed I was just as wet from sweating as before I showered. The front desk gave some good tour suggestions. After viewing some of the other parks in the area, I would probably stay elsewhere. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price reflects 10% military discount. We stayed here for 2 days while visiting Arches NP. Its about 5 miles south of town but not too far away from the local businesses. Its pretty quiet at night with nice views of the stars and mountains. The spots aren't that crowded as some of the other reviews would lead you to believe. We had plenty of room for our slide and awning. Internet was ok and the facilities were nice and clean. Its can get dusty with the gravel and dirt, but what else would you expect for a desert? The pool was small, but nice and was filled with European visitors. My kids were surprised to see men in speedos, but everyone was nice and eager to talk. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our first trip to the Moab area and we stayed here for 11 days. The park was great. The view is spectacular in practically every direction. The park is about 5 miles south of town but not at all inconvenient. it is down hill and away from the highway a little so traffic noise was not bad at all. All the facilities were in good working order. Nice pool. Well stocked store. Friendly helpful staff. There were trees between the sites that helped with shade, but made it tight for our awning. The sites were typical size of any commercial campground. Gravel pad was very level and we didn't need to block up at all. We had plenty of time to explore the area and we would stay here over any of the other choices we saw. Most others were right on the highway and looked more like a parking lot. We would definitely stay here again. The WiFi worked good, and the cable was good. Nothing bad to say about this place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great stay. Nice pull through sites with Palo Verde trees. Lots of great views. Mini golf was lots of fun. Then lets talk about the shuttle to the Colorado river tours, they were great. We also took a bus tour of the Arches. Great, great, great. Nice KOA. A little noisy at times but all around fun. Thanks again, will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sights are tight. Not a bad place otherwise but I would look else where at this price. Small sight for this price does not make sense to me. Moab is a great place to visit IMO. Other CG's in the area seem OK as well We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great KOA just south of Moab. If you want to see the Moab sights and also have peace and quiet, this is the place for you! No road noise, no trains! The KOA is spread out and unlike other campgrounds in town, our site was not on top of our neighbor. The sunsets are beautiful here too. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were pretty disappointed in this park. Sites in the electric and water only were very narrow. I had to pull the trailer so far the side of the site or my slide out would not have been usable. Very cramped. Bathrooms were a bit on the messy side. Some highway noise. The Wi-Fi was fair at best. Very slow. There are a lot of choices in Moab and next time we will look around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older KOA park, most of the sites narrow and could use a lot more gravel, convenient location to Canyon lane and Arches N/P. The staff very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night after visiting Arches National Park. We utilized a pull-through site, near a bathroom. There were lots of site for RVs and tents. Bathrooms were community facilities with separate toilets/sinks and showers stalls. All of the rooms had locking devices for adequate security. This location was reasonably priced compared to the other RV parks near the National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in a nice area with a good view. Service is great and the facilities are pretty good. The playground for kids was a little disappointing. So were the washing machines that were expensive and did not do the job of cleaning. Also the prices at the shop were substantially higher. The pool area was very good and crowded. There are BBQ´s on the site, so we enjoyed it very much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pricey-the highest of any KOA we've seen. Dysfunctional because of the Wi-Fi, cable and site width. I guess they meet most of KOA's standards, but could the site width possibly be acceptable when you can't even open your awning without coming uncomfortably close to your neighbor? They throttle the internet to the point where it is almost unusable. If you do online backups forget about it. Basic, mostly text-based web pages will only load very slowly. Anything else and you'll be wondering if your computer is frozen. When asked if there was a problem: "NO! that's just the way it is!" The cable has only analog and barely viewable stations. The park is a gravel parking lot with practically no landscaping. Would definitely NOT stay here again. Also, it is 4-5 miles south of town. Arches NP and Dead Horse Point State Park are awesome! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed three nights over Memorial Day weekend, so it was pretty crowded. While I had concerns when viewed from the road, the place turned out to be one of our favorites on our trip. Our kids loved the pool and the morning pancake breakfast was great. The laundry facilities were nice and much needed in the middle of our two-week trip. While the sites were pretty close, ours was on the outer edge so we had a nice view. It's a few miles from the heart of Moab on the south end of town and there's no shuttle, so be prepared to drive to everything (including a 20 minute drive to Arches and a 40 minute drive to Canyonland / Deadhorse Point). The staff was great and the restrooms were the nicest of our trip and very clean. Good balance to the "dry camping" at Deadhorse and the national parks in Utah. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I've stayed at many KOA Kampgrounds. This was ok. We stayed in a Kamping Kabin, which are all pretty much standard. This one had an "air conditioner" (that's what the lady said when we checked in). It's really a swamp cooler. Luckily it wasn't so warm that we needed it because I can't use a swamp cooler because of allergies to mold/mildew. The main thing that I didn't enjoy, were the showers/bathrooms. Instead of a separate male/female, they have individual showers and individual toilet/sink bathrooms housed within the same building. There are several problems. At high peak times, there is a line outside for many people just needing to use the toilet. Since the toilet and sink are together, someone could be getting ready for the day, i.e. brushing their teeth, doing their hair or makeup, washing their face, while the rest of us have to wait to actually just use a toilet. This is a poor design. At other KOAs I've never had to stand in a line just to use the toilet (or shower or sink for that matter). The other problem is that they've lined these with unfinished press wood (not certain if that's the correct term) and I noticed that in the showers, it was moldy on the ceiling and upper walls because there are no windows and the moisture just soaks into the unfinished wood. YUK! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Nice three night stay while visiting Arches and Canyonland. All the staff we met were very friendly. They lead you to your site which is nice. Has a common area for separate bathroom/sink rooms and shower rooms. WiFi was ok, ATT was good. Would stop here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Typical KOA. Some sites seem to have terrific views, while others have, well -- we looked at a dumpster for 3 days. But we had a shade tree. Site wasn't especially level. Tight grounds. Pet area is poor. Wi-fi erratic, OK during day, sometimes not usable in evening (common problem with many campgrounds, we switched to our Sprint aircards). Campground located 4 miles south of Moab, but every major park/attraction we visited was several miles north of town. From drive-by viewing of other campgrounds (all closer to town), KOA might be better in some ways but price seemed high. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has many shade trees and is set away from the highway and is 8 miles away from the hustle and bustle of Moab. The bathrooms are clean and there are a lot of them! The pool was not open. We used the laundry facilities and were very disappointed. The water levels in the machines were set very low. Our clothes came out soapy. Next time we will take our laundry to the new laundromat across from City Market. This is a very busy and crowded campground, popular with extended families. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our favorite campground in Utah. The operators treated us like old friends upon arrival and remembered us each time we stopped in the camp store. The bathrooms are awesome: shower, toilet, and sink in each (not shared) and are large and clean. Views to the east are fantastic. Location is south of Moab and about 20 minutes to Arches. We'll stay here again and again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The scenery was spectacular! The showers and toilets were clean. There was some highway noise but not dreadful. The sites were a little on the small side but the campground was very neat and tidy and looked well cared for. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Chipmunks, birds, bunnies, OH MY!! Everything was so amazing and cute. The breakfast is well worth it. The only thing I didn't like was that the showers are unisex. 9-11 is the cleaning time so go early. It was only awkward because a man was cleaning while I was showering. You have you're own little stalls, don't worry. They were still REALLY NICE though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As far as KOA 's go this one goes is not bad. There are multiple amenities, pool, and breakfast. It is close to Moab and the different parks. The reason for the average score is mainly two things: sites are unusually unlevel which made it somewhat tricky to set up. Second, an employee came by to tell me that the manager had seen our dog tied to a tree next to our camper, and apparently we needed to be outside if the dog was outside. The only problem is I was working with the RV tanks so I WAS OUTSIDE, and the tree seemed to be a very benign, normal place to let our dog hang out without bothering anyone or being in the kennel. I have been to many KOA's; they are easy and convenient on your way to your destination. This trip alone we stayed in 6 of them. This is the only one that has mentioned something of this matter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived about 4pm and were told all the electric water sites were already taken which we doubted, however were tired and decided to pay the $45 for a full service site. They put us in E loop and we may as well have camped on the highway as the truck noise was incessant. Site was uneven and the unisex shower cubicles are like saunas with no natural light. The best thing about this park was checking out in the morning. We went elsewhere and the rest of our stay in Moab was a breeze. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a "cram in all the sites you can" park. Tight roads, tight sites, overgrown trees that will scrape the sides of your RV. Weak Wi-Fi signal if you are in the rear of the park. The pet walk was okay, not great. Park was clean and it would be a nicer place if they would widen the roads, trim the trees and increase the site size. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice place with friendly staff. Nice to have working WiFi. Away from town so it was quiet and there was wildlife around. Stayed here to see Arches and Canyonlands. Only strange thing was that the showers are not separated out: men/women, so the guys have to wait for all the girls to get finished primping. Good thing we had a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK for a one night stand. Has narrow interior roads. Roads and campsites are dirt. At sign in, you will be asked to sign a legal document, 8.5 by 11, single spaced, regarding your liability for your dog. When asked about the purpose of said document, the person at the desk took umbrage to the question. Verizon air/cell signal is very good. Will not stay here again, in part due to the lack of grass and the poor attitude of the single individual. Others in the office were very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price was a little less with the KOA Kard. The entrance is well marked and the staff very friendly. We had a pull-through site #63 with an unobstructed view of the desert and La Sal Mountains. The roads are dusty, but it is the desert. The WiFi was very good as was the Verizon signal for phone and data. Arches NP is just a 15 minutes drive. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in a water/electric site. It has nice views and is a well maintained park. The staff was friendly. Large bathrooms and showers are available, as were dump services, all included in the rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was an okay park. We had the deluxe site which comes with a fire pit, patio, table and a wooden swing. These spots back up to the busy road so it was quite noisy. Also, the dust in this area is terrible. Next time we will stay in a park with more grass and less dust/dirt. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really enjoyed our stay here. The staff were SUPER friendly - all older folks that run a very tight ship. Our kids enjoyed all the fun activities here. It was very hot, so they didn't get to play outside too much - other than swimming in the pool! It's always very windy here, so be warned. We enjoyed the pancake breakfast and ice-cream social each day. Our site was right beside the playground and we really liked it. Wi-Fi was strong. The camp store had a big variety. It was about a 5 minute drive to Moab and 10 minutes to Arches, so fairly convenient. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First, I have to qualify this review. We stayed in one of their 2 premium sites and they are very nice, pavers, propane grill, propane fire pit and patio furniture, so that is worth a few points. If we stayed in one of the normal sites this CG would be no more than a 5. It is dusty, there is NO grass and it is filled with rental units with campers who have little regard for speed limits which makes it even worse. Also, the park is on the other side of Moab from all of the National Parks so you have to go through town to get anywhere. Not a big deal but worth noting. For the most part the staff is friendly except for one rude individual who didn't want any suggestions. I agree with other reviewers. There are much nicer parks on the north side of town and, if we come back we would stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This KOA is NOT worth $50 per night. It is very dusty, has small sites, and a long way from the main attractions (Arches and Canyonlands). There is a very nice campground on the north side of Moab, right on the Colorado River and just a few minutes from Arches and Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The price is the average. One night was 41.50 the other was 39.50. The higher was because it was a holiday. This is the first time in all our travels I have experienced a increase in price because of a holiday. Across the field was a cow pen/feed lot. At times we could smell them. The whole park was gravel/dirt. This park is the first one you come to coming from the south, please keep driving a little further north and you will find nicer parks for just as much money. Wish we had. We did not want to drive any further north than we had to in our motorhome to save the diesel. Wish we had. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Certainly a good KOA. Routing is a little difficult at times, but otherwise ok. Trees on route around CG could stand trimming so be careful when going to your site with a big rig. Great wifi and satellite coverage. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely would stay here again. Problem: only 2 washers and dryers, so we had to go to town to do wash. We would definitely stay here again. We used this as our base camp to explore Arches and Canyonlands NPs. The best sites are 40 thru 45 as they are wide and you have have a view of Moab Fault. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were misled by this park and therefore were unable to stay there. I spoke to a very nice lady on the phone a few days before we were thinking about staying there. She said to just call when we knew for sure and that they would fit us in for sure. I called a day or two later and was told by the man who answered the phone that there was a 5 day minimum that week due to the Jeep Safari...absolutely no exceptions. We had already changed our travel arrangements to include Moab and were now left without a place to stay. Fortunately, Moab Valley RV had a spot, although we would have much rather stayed at the KOA. I give them a 1 because one hand apparently doesn't know what the other one is doing, which left us scrambling. To the nice lady I spoke to initially (who left a very good impression), I am so sorry we didn't get to meet or stay at your park. "We did not stay in this park". We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
These are the rudest people I have ever met in my life. They have no customer service skill what so ever. They were very short and intolerant of people. I would not recommend this campground to anyone! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice KOA. Friendly and courteous staff. Restrooms and showers were immaculate. Sites were nice size. Good wifi strength. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our visit to Moab despite the oppressive heat (over 102 every day of our visit!). This campground had plenty of shade and very friendly and helpful hosts. The bath houses were private and very clean. The pool was always crowded. We felt like a visitor to another country here, everywhere we went we heard a different language being spoken. My wife had $60 in cash stolen out of her purse which she had forgotten in a bathroom for five or ten minutes. That, and the heat, were the two lowlights of the visit. The good things really outweighed the bad though. The campground hosts will make reservations for you at many of the area attractions. We chose "Canyonlands by Night" dinner and light show which we highly recommend. The Canyonlands bus picked us up at the campground and dropped us off right at our camper after the show. Outstanding service, and many of the attractions will pick you up at the campground. The campground offered a pancake breakfast which we did not try. They also have several apricot trees around and invited my daughter to pick as many as she wanted as long as they were soft and orange. The general store was well-stocked for last minute items and our Wi-Fi connection was always strong. Our site had cable TV connection but we don't have a TV with our camper so we didn't try it. We will definitely stay here again, just not in July or August! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Most sites have some shade and seemed to be fairly level with all gravel. Wi-Fi good. Many sites are satellite friendly. Cable TV has all major networks but otherwise is somewhat limited. A large area is available as a pet walk but if your pet has to have grass you are in trouble as there is none anywhere and the Moab public areas are decidedly dog un-friendly. NO DOGS ALLOWED. We would most likely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most campsites are shaded by medium size trees but the roads and sites are a dusty sand and gravel mixture making for a dusty situation. Staff were friendly and helpful and there are many amenities for children. However, compared to what we could see of other parks closer to the National Parks, it wasn't worth the 5 mile drive south of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was clean with an interesting layout -- staff was very friendly. Sewer hookup on our site was awkward and not convenient, but water and electric was fine. Sandy site was very unlevel, so we had to extend our jacks as high as they could go. There are 2 Wi-Fi access points installed here, so coverage was above average. Compared to other RV Parks in Moab, we're glad we stayed here and would definitely visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older KOA. The internal roads are dirt and gravel. The sites are dirt with gravel pads. The internal roads and site are narrow. The water pressure goes from bad to non-existent. Very few sites for big rigs or long 5th wheels. Some sites are pull through others are backins. This KOA has the most tent sites and KOA cabins I have ever seen. Like all of the campgrounds in Moab it is right on highway 191. The wifi is very weak away from the camp store. Air card and Sat/TV worked fine. We will look for another campground on our next visit to Moab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We couldn't have had a nicer time. Park was about 1/2 full. The camp staff was very nice. Gravel spots were well maintained. I saw park staff drag the gravel spaces after each camper vacated. All amenities were in working order. Free WiFi a little spotty, but ok. Mountain and red-rock scenery from the park was gorgeous. Kids enjoyed the ice-cream social nightly. (Ok, I enjoyed it too!) Park staff very helpful in arranging tours. Park is about 5 miles south of town but is still convenient for exploring Arches and Canyonlands. Pool area was nice but pool was COLD! If my kids said it was cold, believe me, it was cold. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean restrooms and showers. Staff extremely friendly. Park is a bit dusty and quite a way out of town, so you must have a car or use a cab if you want to go into town without un-hooking your RV. First time we've experienced the KOA "Kitchen" where they cook you breakfast (for a fee). Good park for kids; as they have video games (for a fee), miniature golf and pedal carts available for rent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great bathroom set up! Pool was nice and very clean. Sites were dusty - typical for southern Utah, but could be occasionally watered down. Staff were temperamental, and not very helpful when it came to town information. They did accommodate our early arrival though. Decent place for a one night stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our biggest disappointment on our two month trip. The sites were very tight and there were too many bushes and poorly placed trees around the site. Despite our best efforts, we scratched our trailer on a tree on the corner of the site. After setting up we found out that there was no TV reception and no cable on our site. We were told that we did not have full hookups (we had agreed to go without sewer) so we did not have cable. We cancelled our remaining four nights as we found much better accommodations elsewhere in Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most beautiful view you have ever seen. At night when the sun would set the towering rocks would glow and the mountains would appear purple. There is a nice pool at this campground. The sites are 100% dirt and close together, but what do you expect in the desert? There is Cable TV with 18 stations. One of the stations is The Weather Channel, so you can check the local Moab forecast before you go to the local national parks. We were only able to spend three nights, but wished we could stay longer. Moab is a neat little town. Arches Nat'l Park is a must see. We didn't make it to Canyonlands but heard it was nice to. The staff in the office is very helpful and spend a lot of time while checking in to tell you the must sees in Moab. The reason I didn't give this campground a 10 was because the sites weren't fantastic and the campground could use some minor improvements. I would recommend this campground for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older KOA that shows its age. The office staff was helpful enough but the park just doesn't have much to offer. A jury-rigged irrigation system is plugged directly into the potable water system and drops pressure to almost zero when in use. All the dirt/gravel sites are narrow, closely spaced, and require much leveling. There are a lot better options in the Moab area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 1 / 10 ]
I have always liked KOAs but not this one. The management was not very friendly and kept
emphasizing "the rules", yet we were two older, well traveled couples, one set retired with no kids or pets. However, the BAD problem was sanitation. Water hookups were within six inches of the sewage hookup and at ground level ... there was no way to keep the potable water hose from getting sewage soaked dirt on it as you connected it. Thank God for bleach. I checked several nearby sites, and all but one were the same way. Moreover, trickle water-hose was attached to the second hose bib ... I wonder if there was even a back-siphon valve. Anyway, management did not care. I have sent photos to KOA headquarters. Such unsanitary conditions are NOT ACCEPTABLE! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Nice KOA. Not much grass, even for tent sites. But what do you want for being in the desert? Good size pool finally gets some shade late in the afternoon. Average gift and grocery
stores. We camped here in a camper.
Pull through sites are narrow causing a lot of maneuvering to accommodate our deep slide. Dirty gravel roads and sites with a tiny nice grass spot at some sites. After taxes, site was in excess of $42.50 per night, which is very high for the accommodations. WIFI did not work the entire time we were there and nobody seemed to care. Would not stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is OK. I relied on the previous posts when I made my reservations in January. I was told they honor Good Sam. The lady who checked me in was friendly, but refused to honor my Good Sam. Said the campground fills in part of March and all of April and May, due to ATV rallies, so she doesn't need to discount anything. She argued about my reservation, and told me I would have to park at the very end of the spot, with my back end nearly in the road to get Wi-Fi. Of course, that made an issue for my hookups. WiFi was iffy. Full of off road vehicles, which were being repaired and prepped all over the park. Gasoline smell was strong. Sites were uneven. This park really needs some TLC. It is older and needs some maintenance and repairs as well as some upgrades. It is not real big rig friendly, as the sites are close. Often cars are parked in others vacant areas until they are asked to move, or they are parked in the road, making it difficult to use the park roads. If you are an off-roader, this park is fine. Otherwise, stay clear. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is difficult to rate this place, but I am giving the review I wish I had read. Yes, the bathrooms are clean, but careworn. Yes, there is internet, but it was iffy at times. Yes, the people running it were very friendly, but I wish they had more of a presence around the actual park. It is near a busy road. Now here is what I wish I had known when I booked: This is a great park if you are into jeeps or dirt bikes. You will be welcome and among friends. If you are not a OHV person, this place will be hell. While management does not allow OHVs to drive around the park, they certainly will be coming and going. The entire park is dirt and rocks, and with all the OHVs and big trucks that means dust. I could not cook outside of my rig, because the air was so dirty. There does not seem to be any limit to how many vehicles someone can have at their site. My last night I got a neighbor with a truck camper pulling a long trailer carrying two jeeps. Both jeeps were taken out and one of them actually ended up on my site. The other one was parked sideways, so also partially on my site. I did not say anything because I was leaving the next morning, but why was no one from the office telling them not to do that? The sites are pretty small, but so over parked they can be claustrophobic. I would never go back there. I think this is the worst place I have ever been to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
(Note rate reflects Good Sam discount) Level gravel pull-through sites. Clean restrooms & showers. Stayed here instead of National Parks due to government shutdown. Staff checked us in and provided alternatives to see other than the National Parks. Corona and Bowtie Arches, Indian Petroglyphs, Red Cliff Lodge movie museum, the Shafer Trail. (Bring your four-wheel drive or stay on the pavement for this trip!!) Only drawback for us was the park is located 2+ miles south of Moab on US-191 so traffic noise was more than anticipated. (We country boys aren't used to too much traffic.) Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess access. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lots of choices in Moab. All the others are more expensive. This is a great no-frills campground. It's taken care of and the bathrooms are clean. The sites are level, gravel. The utilities all worked fine. If you're just looking for a place to sleep without a lot of bells and whistles, this is it. The owner is very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects 7 day stay (pay for 6 nites-7th free). Nice park south of Moab. Friendly, helpful staff recommended things to do in the area-good stuff. Grounds were clean and everything worked properly. Some traffic noise, but not bothersome. Beautiful view of the Moab rim and Lasal mountains. Moab Brewery has a great burger, as well as some excellent locally brewed beers. We really enjoyed Arches and Canyonlands NP and this is a good base to explore the area. A one day trip to Gateway CO to see the auto museum and the Dolores River canyon was well worth the time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground scored well with me because it had all the basics I look for-- reliable Wi-Fi, level site, good hookups and an unobstructed sky for satellite reception. Staff was friendly, restrooms were very clean an of adequate size for the park. A bonus was the cable TV service (more channels than I've ever encountered at an RV park.) Only negative was noise from the main highway into Moab. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is right off the highway just south of Moab, and a good base camp for visiting the area. The hookups are good, cable TV is available, but the WIFI is very iffy. The restroom was cleaned regularly throughout the day. Efforts toward landscaping appear on-going and it was nice to have grass and a taller tree at our site. Sites have a picnic table on a concrete pad. The road and RV space are gravel/sand. No laundry room is available. The campground is at the base of Moab Rim and the La Sal mountains can be seen in the distance across the road. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our second time here and just as pleasant as the first. RV sites are wide and long. Great for big rigs. Awesome location to be at for vista views of Moab Rim and site seeing. The owners are very accommodating and friendly, making adjustments for requests of longer stays and knowledge of the area. Tent sites have grass and are roomy. Bathrooms are very clean. Plan on returning next year on our way to Yellowstone. You will not be disappointed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 6 / 10 ]
People were pleasant at check in and suggested place for hikes. Our spot on the row closest to the highway was so noisy we found it unpleasant to sit out side. The distant view of the cliffs and mountains is ruined by all the commercial junk located across the highway and around the campground. The sites and interior road are a very dusty gravel. The camper next to us had 2 large dogs he let loose and did not pick up after them, we didn't see management people speak to them about this. We will not come back to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park and the staff was excellent. Large sites with easy access for large rigs. We had a space overlooking the highway so has a fair amount of road noise. Views of the Moab Rim were amazing. Only a few sites had shade. Lots of sheltered tent spaces available as well as the RV sites. Onsite cabins are also there. Some trees and grass but not at our site in the "front" row. Great electric and water. Owner provides Jeep tours for a fee - was a wonderful experience and very well done. We would stay here again even with the road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate based on weekly. This was our 6th year coming here, and we definitely find it to be the best choice in Moab. We've always found the owners and managers to be exceptionally courteous, helpful and friendly. It's about 2 miles south of town, and slightly higher up, so the views are exquisite. Watching the surrounding mountains and amazing rock formations change colors as the sun sets is truly a memorable experience. Hubby loves that he can hit a few awesome mountain biking trails directly from our site. (I prefer to hike them). Sites are nicely spaced, but I must say that if the manager actually did instruct the previous reviewer to move his rig so that it was not partially in another persons spot, I would certainly appreciate it if I were the person in the spot they were encroaching upon. Bathrooms were spotless. Would have given it a 10 if they had laundry facilities. Highly recommended, not only for RV's but they also have some very well-designed tent sites, which are a rare find these days. PS: if you have the option, spring or fall is the best time to come, unless you can really take the heat! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is located right off the highway and is a bit noisy. The sites are gravel with all services, and some have 50 amps, which is needed in July with a large motorhome. The sites are a bit tight. There is only a little shade. The playground is pitiful! There is no pool or recreation area for kids. There is no dog park. Actually, we were charged extra for our grandchildren and our dogs. Although my husband talked to the owner's wife twice while making reservations, and asked for a 50 amp site, we were directed to a 30 amp site, and than had to move. This was inconvenient for us as we had been traveling for hours with children, one of whom was sick, and were hot and tired. However, we were polite and did not complain. We just moved our rig to a 50 amp site as we know that we would be more comfortable for our stay. However, when we moved to the second site, the owner came out and gave my husband a long speech about how he needed to park our RV in the site in the exact middle, and how he needed to be considerate and "do it right." He stated that he was "in the business," and he knew how "these things" should be done. He was very agitated, and became quite rude when my husband tried to talk to him, and explain that he had just barely pulled into the second site, and had not begun to set up our rig. The owner became more agitated, and my husband tried to appease him by saying that he would "do it right." This was very upsetting to us, and it upset my grandchildren also, especially the youngest who had been feeling well, and started to cry. We briefly considered leaving and going to another campground, but as the children were hot tired and hungry, and we did not know how the owner would respond to our request for a refund of our payment, we decided to stay. We had a very uncomfortable visit here, wondering if the owner would find some other reasons to chastise us, and we left as soon as our granddaughter felt well enough to travel again! I would not recommend this place to anyone! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our third visit to this campground in 6 years. (40' coach with slides.) Nice clean RV park. Gravel roads and sites with concrete pad and sidewalk to your unit. Also, satellite friendly. Owners friendly and helpful. Did not agree with the other reviewer who said it was noisy! Overlooks the highway into Moab, but far enough away not to be of any concern. Hope to stay here again in future visits to the fantastic area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd time at this park. Staff in office is very helpful. They have recycling for your plastics! Sites are level and long enough so that you don't have to unhitch. Some road noise. Great views!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are tight, but doable. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Stayed 3 nights, but needed to stay longer to enjoy all that is available in the area. Price is AARP. Would stay at the campground again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only good things I can say about this park are that, with Camp Club discount, it's cheap, the water pressure is good and the owners and/or managers are friendly. Otherwise, most of the RV sites (as opposed to tents or truck-campers) are in a gravel parking lot. It's dusty and not appealing; we had a picnic table at our site on a concrete pad, but it was inconveniently located for a fifth wheel (it was toward the front of the rig, would be fine for a motorhome). The noise from the highway is very loud, even with AC running nearly non-stop. Our voltage meter showed wide variation in power, from a low of 109 to a high of 118: very dangerous for computers; it never did get to 120, which is normal for 50 amp power. The owner's (or manager's) dogs were running around without a leash, as were some others, despite a rule against it. On the other hand, it was cheap. But I don't think we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Office staff very friendly and helpful. Sites seem mostly level and are all gravel. Plenty of space between sites and each has a concrete patio/pad and picnic table. W-iFi and cable TV are excellent. Compared to the other parks in the area, this one has the best price for the facilities offered. Park has no laundry but several are available within a mile, including one where you can have a beer and nachos while using the washing facilities next door. We would definitely stay here again. Arches National park is amazing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed in 4 different camps in Moab and this is my favorite. Big fairly level sites, great views, friendly owners, good free internet. Nice tables and concrete pads to walk on. But you are right on Hwy 191 and there is lots of road noise as trucks are still going fast before they hit town. Sometimes hard to even get on the highway due to the fast traffic. And you are up on a hill and get LOTS of high winds and dust. But still better than most in Moab. There is also lots of free dry camping all around the area in the back country, a good deal of it accessible by larger rigs. Cheap scenic camping all along the river. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is FHU 50 amp daily rate, with Camp Club USA discount. They told us they stopped their affiliation with Passport America. Gravel roads and pads. Pull through sites are wide open with no shade. Satellite reception excellent for both DirecTV and the Internet. Park Wi-Fi was generally good, but if you need 100% connectivity, use your own. Showers and restrooms exceptionally clean. We would stay here again. This was our third time staying at this park in three years. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a better than average Passport America Discount Park. Cash or check only for the PPA rate. Most of the big rig sites are pull-thrus in the open with no shade. The smaller back in and pull-thru water and electric sites are well shaded. The Wifi works well. Cable TV is included with the full hookup sites. The bathrooms and showers are well maintained and clean. There is no laundry facility, but there are two large laundromats downtown. The campground sits above the level of the highway so the traffic noise is not as noticeable as at street level. This was our second stay at this park and we will stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small campground on south side of town next to the highway. Road noise is obvious. RV sites are gravel, level, with a small concrete patio and picnic table. Voltage was a bit low at the time of my stay. Water pressure was good. Lots of cable channels and satellite signals are easily received. Wi-Fi is free, fast, and reception was good. Playground equipment is available. The majority of sites are big enough for most rigs, but the longer ones will have to unhook tow or towed. The staff has excellent knowledge of the local Nat’l Parks, facilities in town, and provides excellent customer service. This is not a picturesque, destination campground so it is not fair to rate it the same as one that is. But all the necessities are available and I would not hesitate to stay here again. Rate reflects a PPA discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to Moab, Utah with no idea which campground would be best but had read reviews on-line and found this one to have one of the best reviews. We stayed 10 nights in August (hot) but we were delighted to find electricity for tents thus a fan. The great hosts very helpful and friendly. We had an oversized tent and they worked with us on setting it to benefit us and not harm their grassy area which needed water every few days: we were there so many days. Every place that they suggested visiting turned out to be fun and very scenic. Their bathroom and showers were extremely clean. The separate room to wash dishes was great. Had some shade but the trees are not yet mature: they are being watered daily so are getting the help they need. A pavilion over the picnic table provided shade at certain times of day. Overall I would definitely stay here again. Rate included fee for electric. We camped here in a Tent.
What a fabulous little campground. I came for 1 night and stayed much longer. Located just south of town, high on the rim overlooking the area, the sites are gravel, very level pull-thrus. I had a great site under a large, shady tree. I read several reviews that said there was no grass or trees here. Not true, especially if you are a tenter. But folks tend to forget this is high desert and the owners have planted lots of tree and grass and constantly water these areas - it will take time and hard work for these to mature and grow. The owners went out of their way to make sure I felt at home, answering questions, assisting with day-trips, etc. The bathrooms and showers actually 'sparkled!' I would return and stay here anytime I am in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is a Passport rate and makes this a great place to stay. The sites are gravel as well are the roads. Our site was pretty level and long enough for our big rig. The free Wi-Fi was not as strong as I had hoped but it worked fine from our location in the park. The free cable TV had plenty of channels and worked well. The office lady was really helpful in describing the goings on in and around town. The main road goes by the park and during the day you do hear the cars and trucks. At night it was not an issue for us, but maybe some others it would bother. The views are beautiful and you're close to the major National Parks. We would return should we be in this area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy in-and-out campground just south of town. Road noise was not a problem. However, there is not a lick of shade and in the 100+ heat, this mattered. But the PA rate makes it a good deal. If I was paying full price I'd stay at Spanish Trails a little south of here. Great Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is close to hiwy with lots of noise: seems that this is a major north-south route for big trucks! Not very much shade here. In the heat of the day, the voltage dropped to 105 volts and we ran the AC as little as possible and minimized the rest of our electric use. But with the Camp Club USA rate of $17 per night, it was OK for 3 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an all gravel park. The price stated is a Passport America rate. The staff was very helpful. There are many other nicer parks in Moab, but for the PA rate this is an OK place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid the Passport America rate for full hookups. The park is two miles South of town. The campground has gravel at the larger sites, with grass and some shade trees at the smaller ones. There are no laundry facilities in the park. Staff are pleasant, and exceptionally helpful with advice regarding attractions and scenic drives in the area This is a basic campground, but is a bargain when it comes to features per dollar. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This little park was just fine for an overnight stay. Cable TV, 50 amp and Wi-Fi, and a nice view of the mountains across the highway. Great shaded tent camping area. Even on the lookout for the park, we drove right past it because the sign was not readily visible until it was too late to turn left. Had to go into town and turn around and come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great value at Passport America rate. $17 includes 50 amps and tax. Cable is no charge with 70 channels. Friendly clerk. The business next door is not an issue with me, it's far enough away. Pull through sites have concrete patio but most have no grass or shade. The tent sites are very nice with covered picnic table. Park is well kept. Cabins appear to be fairly new. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We didn't plan ahead where we were spending the night and called ahead from Salt Lake City. We got one of the last back-in sites, and this was leading into Memorial weekend. When we expressed interest in staying 6 nights, we were moved to a pull-through. Staff seemed a bit harried, but that was expected as the campground was full and lots of people had questions. We found them very friendly and helpful. Our neighbors had children and a dog - all very well behaved. The kids were kids, but in bed and quiet by 9:30pm no problems. Easy access to downtown. Wi-fi was a bit slow, so we used our Verizon aircard. Nice site, we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This campground seems to attract the noisier crowd. Last night we had the worst neighbors that we have ever had in any campground in 30 years. We won't camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
The rate is with Passport America discount which is good Sunday through Thursday. This is a nice park with full hookup sites both pull through, pull in and back in. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. They have wi-fi which we did not use since our verizon air-card worked well here. As other reviewers have indicated the area across from and to the south of this campground is pretty crummy with lots of junk - the park itself is very clean and well maintained. The park is one of two (the other is Spanish Trail) which are located south of Moab which adds a little to the distance needed to drive to Arches, Canyonland, Dead Horse and the La Sal loop road. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was clean and well maintained. It is evident the managers are working hard to improve the park. We had a space in the front row with a spectacular view of the mountains, and no trees blocking satellite reception. The campgrond wi-fi was very fast. The sites are level and the highway noise was minimal. We had no problem getting in and out with our 40' motorhome. This is one of the best Passport America parks. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a difficult CG for us to review. It has a great location with just terrific views. It's in a solid location to see the area, the sites are level, a tad tight but not bad. The downside is the area it's in. A truck/equipment junkyard next door and kids on motor bikes are annoying. The trees are not yet mature, but this place has potential. Not sure if we'd stay again, but not all bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean well kept and quiet, surprisingly because it's right on the highway.There are very level pull thru's. We had an electrical brown out, but I really don't think it was the park's fault as electrical looks new and well kept. Lady manager is a bit testy, but loosened up after chatting a bit more with her. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a group rally here and the weather was terribly (unusually) cold for this time of the year. The campgrounds did not have a building available for group meetings, however. We were offered a 'shed' but it was too cold and windy. The campgrounds are clean; staff was very nice. They were in the process of rearranging some of the sites and had poured new concrete sidewalks and picnic table areas in the front row by the highway. Highway noise was minimal, especially at night. Great view of the La Sal Mountains (covered with snow). WiFi was terribly slow. No other amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here because it was a Passport America campground, but only one night was eligible. Weekend nights are regular rates only. Basic campground with all the usual hookups. Staff are very friendly and the campground is clean. The sites are of ample width with gravel for the site slots and the roads. Some road noise, especially on the front row. Nice views of the surrounding hills. WiFi was good and included in price. 2 miles out of town, but more affordable than the RV parks in Moab. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is Moab's newest campground featuring lovely grass tent sites and RV spaces located two miles South of town on the West side of Hwy 191. While it is sited near a busy roadway, heavy truck noise was moderate. The rate listed reflects the Passport America discount valid only Sunday through Thursday nights. The desirable park was nearly full in the Fall season, so advance reservations are advised, but not required. Only cash or checks are accepted with any discounted rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good location with beautiful scenery. Good power and good water pressure. When we arrived we had paid for one day in advance for a premium site. The rate shown is with a Good Sam discount. They had the charge correct for a premium site for the second day but it called for a standard site on the description. The young gal knew we had a 42 foot RV but she assigned us a standard site anyway. I didn't know this as I didn't look at the stack of paperwork that we got until later. I tried to get into the assigned site with a shoehorn but it didn't work. My wife went back to the office to see if a mistake had been made. There were 3 people in the office and they told her that as soon as they saw our rig they knew that it was the wrong site. They did not come out and stop us from going to the site. Now that is strange. They assigned us a new premium site that fit. The layout of the sites is great for cutting costs for construction but bad for the RVer. They have alternating front to back sites so that the sever, water and power are on the same side as your neighbor. This means that you have a good bit of room on the non-facilities side but on the facilities side the slideouts are about two feet from your neighbor. Just not up to par for such a great location of the park. When you sign in you have to sign the paper that states that you have read and understood the rules. I hate that. People that break the rules will break them no matter what they sign. Moab is a fantastic place. A trip to the arches is a must. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spaces are very close to each other. I had to plug in my sewer a few inches away from the other guy's patio chair. Great base camp to enjoy Moab, Arches and Canyonlands. Situated right between Moab and Arches. Pool was well maintained and the park was clean. Wi-Fi was only usable early in the morning or very late at night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here two nights and will stay here again. Park was conveniently located. People were very friendly and helpful. Service was great. I stayed in a pull thru, and have a 30ft mobile home with a toad. I had full hookups with cable. Everything worked fine. Restrooms and showers were nice. I like to stay in RV parks that are rated 8 or higher. This met my expectations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 4 nights. The park was really convenient to everything in the area. Arches NP is 4 miles away. Short trip to Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point state park. Good utilities, Wi-Fi and cable. The park is a little odd in that rigs are parked front to rear so the small common areas are between the doors of the two rigs. As long as you like your neighbor...no problem! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while attending Easter Jeep Safari; which is why the nightly rate is so high. Reservations for this week were made at least 6 months out. The sites that are back-to-back are narrow. It would have been tight for our 40' RV with four slides if the RV next to us had slides as well. Office staff seemed pretty frazzled and were having trouble with their check in system which was down for most of a day. Rather than back-to-back, they would not make the change to allow us to move over one site so we could be face-to-face with family members, We probably won't stay here again. As others have mentioned, the sites are gravel and dusty with only a little wind. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On north end of town, out of the bustle. New owners just trying to open & get up to speed for the spring rush. Gated. Surrounded by tall red cliffs and far enough from town that the stars are quite bright. It is Moab. I is sandy desert. The fenced dog walk is sand, and had a scoop and waste can. Full hookups sites have postage stamp size grass lawns and shade trees. The nice-sized tent and water electric only sites are level sand pads enclosed in railroad ties, with picnic table, and some small shade trees. There is a row of picnic tables with sun shades. There was some noise from the main highway running through Moab; it was mostly noticeable before dawn. The staff was very friendly, and somewhat harried as they tried to get everything organized and running. We did not try the WiFi, but it apparently is Tengonet, so ‘nuff said. The restrooms are one really nice thing about this campground. Having stayed in some campgrounds that had mens restrooms with two stalls, two showers and a urinal to service 200 spaces, I was very impressed with the ample facilities here. Moab gets crazy busy about mid-March, and the party continues all summer. Wwaiting in line for a shower, or worse, is not something I enjoy. The mens’ restroom I used, associated with the cabins and tent/electric only sites, was very clean and neat, well-lit, and had six sinks, six stalls, three urinals, and five showers! The only thing I thought was a little strange was that the shower I used had no ledge for soap. Hotels and RV parks are the growth industry in Moab, New ones are going in all the time. From what I’ve seen, the better parks currently are at the north end of town, out of the crazy traffic and near the Colorado River. I’d be tempted to stay in this one again, just for the restrooms. We stayed with electric only . We paid $31 with a Good Sam card. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very expensive...long sites, but narrow and back to back parking with small grass strip for the 2 sites and that was watered every evening therefore nothing could be left out......gated for security...male check in staff member not friendly or particularly helpful but female staff member in office very helpful and friendly. Excellent Wi-Fi, but we were right by a tower and excellent cable the best we have had, good picture and big choice of stations.....also very very convenient for Arches National Park and other walks, also for Canyonlands Northern Entrance. We did enjoy Moab and our stay, but it was very, very overpriced. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park has many nice trees and areas that separate tents from RVs. Did not use bathrooms or laundry. Some road noise. Had to rig platform to drain waste water because their sewer was too high for proper drainage. Wi-Fi was mostly not working and dog run was small, fenced in litter box. We had several folks around us who let their dogs run loose and use our grass patch as their potty station. We mentioned it to the front desk but we found dog-doo in front of our trailer just about everyday. The park is in a great location and is well cared for. Be mindful of their pricing schedule and they have "holiday" pricing that occurs during local events. We ended up paying $53 for a Sunday night because a marathon race had been run earlier that day. Would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is conveniently located for the Arches NP and other outdoor activities we did. The grounds are attractive and well maintained. Sites were long enough for our RV and toad to stay connected if we wanted to. The Wi-Fi by Tengo is terrible with many disconnects. Reconnecting was a challenge. My Kindle paperwhite reader could not connect at all. We will try another place next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well manicured park that is clean and pleasant. The hot tub was the most popular place during these October evenings. Sites are gravel and mostly level, but really close together. The entire park is right on the main highway and close to a major intersection with a stoplight. You hear highway traffic all night long and in the early morning hours the local diesels all use their jake brakes for the stoplight, so it is really super loud. TV signal is occasionally flaky and the internet totally sux. Internet is one of those syndicated park services that limit your usage. It was amazingly slow and I kept getting disconnected even though we were not doing any streaming or heavy traffic. The front office was very pleasant and helpful. They hooked us up with tours and such that we later figured out were indeed the best of the lot. Sadly, we would not stay here again - mostly due to the high traffic noise, but also because of the crappy Internet service. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is near all of the attractions pertaining to Arches, Canyonlands, and Dead Horse State Park, but has head to head hook-ups and very close to each other. The sites were gravel and level. The laundry was in the back of the office, but there is no parking nearby and a long walk to it from the sites. The campground is near the main highway, so it is noisy most of the time. The park has good security. We would stay here again if we had to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you just been a place to park your trailer while you explore the Moab area and come back to the trailer only to eat and sleep, and you don't mind very close proximity to other trailers and RVs then this is the place for you. The park is very close to the highway; it doesn't matter where you are in the park there is highway noise. They choose sites for you base on the length of the trailer, not the truck and trailer. If the truck does not fit on the site you have to park elsewhere or let it hang out in the driving area (which they don't seem to care much about). Because we leave very early in the morning we prefer to hook up the night before. We could not do that here. All of this said there are some nice pluses to this place. Very nice staff, very clean, nice trees in half the park, and there is a nice pool. We did not use the pool but it was used regularly by others who seemed to be enjoying it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for one night. The park is easy to get to, just off the highway with lots of amenities. We had reserved the spot ahead of time and it cost more because we had six altogether in our trailer. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would have given it a 10 except the gravel pad was in need of freshening. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is close to area attractions such as arches and Canyonlands National Parks. It is also close to town. Our site had a small patch of grass which was nice at night, especially for our dog since the temperatures were in the 90's to 100's during the day (July is beastly!) the pool and hot tub were nice to use. There is a gated entrance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pleasant experience and beautiful views, some traffic noise. Sites were close together as typical for this area, but well planned. Nice laundry facility and pool, convenient to the town of Moab. Friendly staff. Would gladly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 4 nights while visiting the National and State parks in Moab. The RV park was clean and staff was friendly. We would stay here again. Only thing we didn't like was our space was pretty tight to get into. We were pulling a 31 foot trailer and took us a while to pull into the pull-through site because we couldn't get the truck over far enough to get the trailer in straight. But once in, all was good. Also, you share the grassy area between sites with the space next to you, and there's not much room between. But, all in all it was a nice stay and we would stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in Cabin 5 It was fairly close to restrooms washrooms. I showered in the washroom every morning and it looked clean. Water settings in the shower where sometimes tricky to set. The washroom in the cabin had a toilet, shower. The sink being like a kitchen sink settings. We had a single bed and a double bed. Matteress wasn't very new on the double bad. Wife and I rolled to the center of the bed. They have a small oil filled electric heater for the cabin. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Drive right by this place. The "premium" site was a joke. Narrow, no shade, and so much road noise that it was impossible to have a conversation outside the motorhome. I went back to the office and asked for a refund, they refused but moved us to spot near the back of the park. It was more quiet, however my slide out went over my neighbors pad and picnic table. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Upon check in park staff were more interested in their computer screens than making you feel welcome. Nice pet walk area. Nice trails very close by and close to Arches Nat Park. Not close enough to town. Staff should warn RVers of large amounts of sap falling from trees. A real bear to get off vehicles. Security seemed lax. Mariachi music with real hootin and hollerin, was playing to well after midnight, until RVer threatened to call police. Several jumped into cars and fled out of the park. Someone must have used their security card to let them in. Where was the staff? Must be a better park in Moab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The good: close to Arches National Park. Clean pool. 15 minutes from big grocery store. Decent sized slots for awning, barbecue, chairs. The bad: power cut out right after we left early in the day for hiking, and in the heat of Moab we were never able to cool the trailer down once we got back that afternoon. Had problems with power cutting out for our entire stay (site 49). Also no shade along that whole run of slots. In this climate you need shade, or you'll have a hard time cooling the rig down. Road noise is an issue; being so close to the freeway you get diesel jake-brakes all night long. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in a cabin that had air conditioning which was great in the heat. It's right on the highway but not noisy. It has a pool and a small store with most of what we needed. My complaint is that the showers were either broken or exceptionally difficult to adjust off the very hot setting. There were a lot of sinks for washing but quite often the towels were broken and the garbage cans were full. The bathrooms need to be cleaned more than once a day to keep up with the demand. However, because it is so convenient to Arches, Canyonlands, and Moab, I would stay here again. It also has a secured entry system which worked well and increased the security within the camp. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
It was a very nice clean, safe, and friendly. It had a clean pool and hot tub. The staff was excellent. The laundry was clean and spacious. It is a very secured campground. You can stay here with no worries. We spent 5 days here and enjoyed 3 Nat. parks from here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites were tight here and the road noise was so loud at times it was laughable. The bathrooms were fine. It was certainly adequate, but nothing special. When visiting Moab again, we will check out one of the other parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Find the most dusty field you can find and park in the middle. At least you will not have the dust from vehicles driving around in this campground. Pet area too small for a mouse. We booked this "Resort" based on reviews. We are moving tomorrow and I will have to wash my 40' RV to get it as clean as it was when we arrived at this stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well run campground. Clean bathrooms. We stayed in a premium site. Shade on most sites. I think it is the nicest campground in Moab. No bugs to speak of. We had a leak in the interior water line that has since gone away. I think it may have been caused by a high water pressure there. Good location to visit Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. Plenty to see and do in the Moab area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in a Premium Site for 3 nights. The staff was great, and the facilities were very nice. We're used to camping in public campgrounds, but in Moab, those are limited, and having the full hook-ups (can you say Air Conditioning!) and pool is great to have. We had an end site which had plenty of room. The spaces are a bit tight, and many of the sites are set up so they face each other, something we consider "less than ideal" (ours did not, hence the "premium" designation and pricing). Having a trailer, we had to squeeze the tow vehicle into the spot with some creative parking. We noticed others did not do that, and had their vehicles in the roadways, which made it even more challenging to maneuver. There were a lot of rental motorhomes, and I felt bad for them having to squeeze into their spots. I felt the staff should have enforced the parking rules, which stated that there was no parking in the roadways. They did have overflow parking which people could have used. The "per person" charges were typical of an RV park, and pushed the price up to about $60 per night, pretty pricey for camping! There were 5 of us. The cable TV was good, some channels were a bit snowy, but we weren't there to watch TV. A TV channel listing on the map/rules page they gave us at check-in would have been nice. The Wi-Fi worked pretty darn well! Good security, clean restrooms, all in all a great place to stay and a good home base for exploring the Moab area. We would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park. Sites very close together although we had enough room to put our two opposing slides out (14 feet in the back). Staff was good. Had a lot of rules and regulations. Security was high. Very controlled access. Cable TV quality was very good. Verizon Broadband and Cell coverage very available and good quality. Close to the Arches park entrance. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 2 nights here and found the staff friendly and helpful. The sites are very close together but you are able to park to maximize your privacy. Nice pool, reasonably close to town. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here because it is so close to Arches NPark. Big rigs would have a problem here starting with the abrupt entrance and continuing with the tight turns and crowded spaces. High level of security requiring card entry after check-in, that was nice. Tight corners everywhere, we have a 22' conversion van and it took expert maneuvering to get into our space. The great news is it was level, something hard to come by in our 6 week trip. Showers were clean and hot but I suggest campground owners have their wife or daughter shower there to find out what is missing. #1-no place to put soap or shampoo, #2-a shelf 8' high is stupid and useless. Internet went from OK to useless in one hours time, typical for most campgrounds but there were very few campers on site so plan on no Wi-Fi if there are more than a few people staying. The price was fine for the amenities given but with a little thought could be much better (except for the too tight spacing). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is actually renamed to Moab Valley RV Resort. In my opinion, it is far from a "resort". The sites are shared, meaning that you face your neighbor with a small strip of grass between you (about 2 feet wide). Unfortunately we had a neighbor who was extremely friendly and always wanted to chat, meaning that we couldn't sit outside in peace unless he was away. The "resort" is immediately next to the main highway which is busy all day and all night, a very noisy place to stay. That being said, all of the places we looked at in Moab are fairly dumpy and most are near the same highway. Unfortunately the selection in town is very limited. Rate is for 3 people; they charged an extra $5 per day for my 14-year old. That's a big rip off for such a dumpy place. We won't be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We originally paid for 2 days but changed to 4 after realizing how much there is to do in Moab. The campground is in a fantastic location - near to Arches, and the town. Has a security gate and key so you don't feel like someone will come in the night and steal your bikes/ATV's. There is a pool, huge chess/checkers board. The only downside is this place is super crowded and the dog walk needs to be much bigger for how many dogs are visiting here. There are all kinds of kids running around having a great vacation - don't expect a quiet laid back resort. It's a family vacation type of place. Wi-Fi worked great We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rather than paved interior roads roads and parking sites are of gravel, though level and well maintained. It is configured so that vehicles have to park nose to nose in most spaces, making things very close when slides go out. To the right is an island with concrete curbs and a concrete walk the entire length on both sides. There is a huge tree in each island though barren of leaves at this time and the island is of lawn. There is a picnic table and barbecue. This island is shared with the vehicle on the other side of the island, again making things very neighborly. Few people while there so no problem. Office personnel answered my email inquiry and the woman at the desk was pleasant and helpful. Cable TV and free Wi-Fi though Wi-Fi will not allow sending out mail with any attachments apparently as my computer crashed each try after several minutes. Because of the Wi-Fi not doing what I wanted it to do I will rate this park a 6 at best. The cover to the electrical box was broken, with the brads that holds covers on missing. Thus, when attempting to get to the electrical outlet the entire cover fell out. This is not a park I would stay at again considering what is provided for the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Asked for a pull-through site for a one night stay and was assigned one that required me to unhook the tow vehicle, otherwise I'd be blocking the through-way. The office staff exhibited a somewhat arrogant and imperious attitude when I questioned them about longer, open spaces (that went unoccupied throughout the night). Couple this with discovering the following morning at departure, a broken rear tail lamp cover. Just a very disconcerting experience. Coincidentally, I noticed a motorhome adjacent to me with a broken driver's side glass window broken. Coincidence? Perhaps, but I don't believe I'll be staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is nice and clean, the people were helpful and pleasant. We stayed here just for one night to see two national parks. We drove through the Arches National Park the day we arrived and the next day when we checked out we drove through the Canyonlands National Park. It was so convenient to both parks and the parks are really nice, so would definitely recommend if passing this way you take the time to view the parks and this RV spot is a great place for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a "standard" site - with a 25' motorhome and a small car, we were hanging out into the road a bit. A big rig would need to get a deluxe or premium site for the length. Water pressure is a little high. Few sites have a private grassy area, most share with another rig on the other side of the grassy strip. The odd side-by-side parking configuration put rigs within inches of each other. We looked around at a distance at other campgrounds, and Riverside Oasis seems to have more trees, but we were unable to determine if they have more space per rig. Moab Valley does have some trees (one per grassy strip) and they are welcome in the hot sun (90+ during our stay). The restrooms and showers are clean and fine, and the pool looked nice. The available Wi-Fi is Tengo, but our Verizon broadband service worked great. The office will make arrangements for excursions like rafting, but we didn't avail ourselves of this service. If we come to Moab again, we'll probably consider other options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was offered the Passport America rate for the entire length of my stay: not just the normal 2 nights. The owners went out of their way to be of assistance. I had a lovely campsite under a big shade tree, green grass outside my door and a nice, big picnic table. The showers and restrooms were spotless and the view of the towering red rocks is just beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have given this campground a much higher score, however it has a terrible flaw: RV's are crammed in side-by-side. We literally had a foot between our motorhome and the neighbor's slideout. The place is very clean, and there are beautiful shade trees, however that made it difficult for satellite reception. Seems the pool closes too soon at 9 pm: would have enjoyed relaxing after the day's activities. Will try a different campground, with larger sites, the next time we're in Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this park. We choose a "premium" site, which was spacious, but we had to share the lawn and picnic tables with our neighbors because of the side by side configuration of these spaces. We were lucky and had great neighbors for the two nights we stayed, but that could be the luck of the draw. The grounds were well taken care of and the park is clean. The staff is awesome and gave us some valuable information regarding renting a car for the day and other useful info. The pool and hottub were great, but very busy all of the time. We will certainly come back to this RV Park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While this campground's brochure advertises "Large, pull-thru RV sites", the sites are anything but large. The distance between extended slides on the adjacent motorhome and mine measured 22 inches. The park staff seemed more interested in emphasizing the penalty for loss of a gate card than in attending to problems with Internet access which was poor or non-existent for 3 of the 4 nights I stayed at the park. The next time I'm in the area, I plan on visiting one of the nearby parks which advertises 40' x 80' sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well laid out park - best of our trip. Plenty of room to maneuver motorhome & towed vehicle. We were very disappointed with 30A power supply, however. We were reading 104V. The low voltage blew out my motorhome's EMS board when the second A/C tried to come online. Bummer in 104 degree heat when only one A/C would work. The 50A side of the box had 115V so we used that but the damage was done. Pool was pure chlorine but a welcome break from the heat. Trees over each site do well to provide shade, but poured sap on our awning over just two short nights. What a mess to clean up. All in all, a good, 'premium' campground with good security but boring location that doesn't do much for ambiance. Next time will try something different. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi excellent. Pool excellent but too much chlorine and pool closes when office closes at 9pm, which is a bummer for adults who would like to use the hot tub later in the evening. Was told this was because tent campers complain. laundry closes at 730pm with last access at 9pm. Gated access technically meant no visitors. Cable was acceptable and office staff very nice. Showers are not co-ed but very clean. Very clean park. Has putting green but not miniature golf. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very beautiful park just down the road from the Arches National Park. Very level, shaded sites. Unique activities, like life-size chess and checkers. It is gated. The pool and spa is located just outside the door to the office. Free wifi. No discounts given. The staff was not very friendly, all business. They gave the impression that they didn't care if you stayed there or not. What a shame. Could have been a 10! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and secure park, not noisy like a lot of parks in Moab. The staff is super nice and helpful. Restrooms and showers are spotless and maintained. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed the month of May in this park at a cost of $640 for the month. Gated resort area and very secure and maintained. The pull throughs could be tight if you are longer then 40' Close to Arches National Park and the Colorado River. The only down was the cotton wood trees are a little messy during the spring time. We will return to this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park and I was here for 2 weeks over the Memorial Day weekend so it was busy and everything in town was sold out. It's a very nice park and the staff were excellent. Wi-Fi worked very well but I was 60 feet from the Pavilion. However Verizon 3G cards work at full speed here so Wi-Fi was redundant for me. I thought the place was well kept and the 360 degrees canyon views are awesome. You probably can't find a better base camp for access to town, Canyon lands National Park and Arches National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location to downtown Moab. We have a 31ft travel trailer and requested a pull through. The site was tight making it hard to park our TV near the trailer. There are larger pull throughs but they apparently don't offer those unless requested. Great pool & jacuzzi. Management can be a bit anal with rules and reg's but all in all it is well run and a nice park. Stayed a week. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We would never have stayed here had we known what it was like, however, we were very grateful to get a spot (KOA misinformed us on their availability and turned out there was a 5 day minimum due to Jeep Safari). The spots were very tiny and we couldn't even fit our truck in the spot (we have a 26' travel trailer). Our neighbor campers had left their bikes and a big crate in our space. That neighbor also had a clothes line set up right where our window faced. We moved into the only other available spot instead, which was on the other side of that same unkempt neighbor. Having said this, this was a full hook-up, pull-through, level site. As long as we stayed in our trailer, it was fine. The WIFI didn't work consistently. I probably would have given this place a 5, but bumped them up due to getting us in at the last minute. Arches National Park was very close and amazing, so we still had a great time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground was clean and relatively quiet. However, the staff was not very helpful and sometimes seemed "clueless". The wi-fi did not work for 7 of the 8 days we stayed, and the young lady at the desk said it was no big deal because it was free to us. We will probably stay at a different campground next October. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground has security gates and is located about 3 miles from downtown Moab on Hwy 191 with little highway noise. Pull-through, full hook-up RV sites are wide and gravel with grassy area dividers; and are located separate from cabins/tents. It is an excellent location for Arches Nat Park and Hwy 128 canyon drive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I checked in and everything went well, went away for a bit came back and went to relax at the pool. While I was there we noticed a Class C pull in and check in. At this time there were almost three empty rows of spots for RV's where did this Class C have to go why right next to us. When front desk was queried as to why it was only cause she lacked the imagination and initiative to look at the whole park and say lets put you here as there is no one else there. Her solution was to have me unhook and rehook up at another sight? So an hour of work cause of the neglect by the front desk staff to ensure that well the campground is empty you could simply space out the guests. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our second stay (we were here in September, 2007), and the park is as we described then – sites close together, often not level, and pull-throughs barely long enough to accommodate our 25-ft trailer and crew cab tow vehicle. The park still is basically dirty gravel – it certainly wouldn't take that much money for proper gravel to keep down the dust and dirt, but unfortunately that did not happen in the year since we've been here. Its location is excellent, staff is friendly, the shade trees are lovely in the heat, cable TV reception is average (but selection is good), and the wi-fi is excellent with no access problems. The water pressure is about 85 psi, so a reducer is important. We camped 2 nights with no pets. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easiy accessible from the 191 just north of Moab. WIFI very good. Pool and hot tub good. Pull through sites fairly spacious and shaded. Recommend the 'end cap' sites for a little more space and privacy. Nice activities for kids - 'horseshoe chucking', giant chess and checkers boards. Price, a little on the higher side but facilities are pretty good. Warning - mosquitoes are everywhere due to the proximity of the river so bug spray is essential. Immediate sites of interest - Arches Park, Canyonlands (and for a quick taste of Canyonlands spectacular views - DeadHorse Point State Park) For access back to the I-70, highly recommend the 128 Scenic Byway instead of 191 (better suited to smaller rigs although doable in a 45fter!) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground for children with a nice pool and other activities like a life sized chess and checker board. It is a couple of miles outside of town and there is no trolley service from the campground to town so if you are not pulling a car you have to unhook frequently. (we were spoiled in Durango) We rented a Jeep for a few days to make it easy to get around to both NP's and town without unhooking frequently. The site is very level and really beautiful but one major problem is mosquitos. The town has been taken over this year due to the high water according to many towns people we talked to. The campground is near the Colorado River making the mosquito issue worse. We can not eat outside if the RV for dinner or breakfast without bug spray or long pants and long sleeves. On a brighter note the area is amazing. I highly recommend hiking the Fiery Furnace hike in Arches NP if you are physically able. It is a very challenging hike with lots of rock scrambling. Great fun for the kids. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very well maintained and beautiful. We loved all the activities that they have for kids. They have a giant chess and checkers boards, putting green, playground and pool. The sites were nice and level and fit our motorhome and car. The employees were very friendly and also helped us book tours in the area. We would recommend this campground to our friends and family. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from the highway and staff very friendly. They have gates with security card access to keep unauthorized people out of the park. We had an end pull through so no neighbor on our door side. Nice grass area with tree, BBQ and table. However, your neighbor is close. If you don't get an end space, you share the grass space with your neighbor. It was a very clean park, Wi-Fi with no problems, and was close to Arches National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are not long enough, you cannot park your truck on your site. We also had a little trouble getting into the site, we noticed others had problems too. It says big rig friendly, NOT SO. We like more space!!! Also the Hwy is very loud, all day and early AM. Would stay at a different park next time. They do have nice restrooms and the laundry room has lots of washers and dryers, commercial size. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Choose your site carefully for this park. The site I selected was ample for my 40' motorhome, 2 slides, and Honda CRV behind it. I had one of the Premium sites. My site was not side by side, but many were. While I had no trouble pulling into my site, it can be an issue when two large rigs share a site. If you want spacious, try another park. Cable was excellent, WiFi worked well, I was at the furthest part of the park. While the travel surface was gravel, I stepped out onto a cement walkway with grass and a picnic table, under a large shade tree. I had a site that did not affect satellite reception, but I can see where it could be a problem. On the other hand the cable has so many channels, I used it a lot. Nice big Spa to relax in, didn't use the pool. Water pressure was very high, a regulator should be used to prevent damage to plumbing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The advertisement of “large, pull-through sites” is a bit misleading. Our 25-foot travel trailer, with the three-quarter ton crew-cab tow vehicle parked behind it, barely fit into the pull-through. The sites are dirty gravel – basically, dirt with sparse gravel and not level. Sites are also very close together with the grassy area (complete with two picnic tables) shared with your neighbor, since the pull-throughs are entered in an alternating fashion (ie, not lined up in the same direction). There are nice, mature shade trees throughout most of the park, at least for our area. Security seems a little overboard (gate card to enter, and automatic gate to leave), but we really can’t fault it. It’s not clear how visitors would be handled (for example, if one had relatives in town), so this should be clarified with management before reserving a site if this is important. The location is good, as it is close to town and the two national parks (Arches and Canyonlands). The park is close to the highway and there is some noise, but not bad. Cable TV was excellent – probably the largest selection of channels we’ve encountered. WiFi is good when you can log in (the authentication process limits the number of users). Showers and restrooms were clean, but nothing special. We camped 3 nights in a 25-foot travel trailer with no pets. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park, but the security is a little over the top. Feels like you are in a high crime area with the fences and security system to get in and out of the park. I didn't like that they wrote down my credit card number to keep, in case you didn't turn back in your security access card. The charge for not returning the access card is $20. Sites were shaded but not large enough to park your tow vehicle so you had to park it away from your site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Big Rig Owners Beware! When we made reservations for 2 nights we indicated that we wanted a site, without trees (Sat dish) for a 45' motorhome. The site that was assigned to us was treeless but because of the rocks and site angle we were unable to swing into the site. After further inspection of all of the sites without trees we realized that the only way for a large motorhome to get into these sites was to back in, if possible. Because there was a road opposite our site we were able to back into the site. Afterwards I tried to explain to the owner that we should have been told that our assigned site was not a pull through for a motorhome of our size. After a long, hot day of travel it would be nice to be told exactly how to approach your site to make entry easy and without mishap. We spent the rest of the afternoon watching other large rigs encounter similar problems. Big Rig sites is not true for this campground. The advertised Wifi was unavailable and the owners not the least bit friendly or helpful. I definitely would not return to this park and I would not recommend it to anyone especially big rig owners. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very disappointed in the campground. One directory said mostly paved. Well the only paved area is the entry way by the office. The rest of the campground is very, very dusty gravel. Came in with a nice clean motorhome and left with my coach and motorcycle covered with dust. My reservation said I would have a 60 ft pull through full hookup so I could bring my 40'DP in with motorcycle trailer on back. Pull throughs are side by side hookups. The RV next to me was a 43'DP with car in front and in the rear. No way to turn RV into space much less RV and trailer. I have more turning radius at my house for a car than they do for a 40'DP into their pull throughs. Called office and requested one of the other many sites open that I could pull into with ease. No, they were reserved for other guest. They said they would come down to site and see what was going on. They left me in 108 degree heat waiting and had to call back. A non-friendly gentleman showed up to see what was going on. No one was home in adjacent RV to move the car parked in way. I was told if you can't get the motorhome in there some way, we will give you a refund and you can leave, that's your only option. I was wondering why I wanted to pay extra money for a pull through when I can't pull through. So I dropped the motorcycle trailer. Had to go around to other side of park and back into the campsite, then pull my trailer up to motorhome and rehook. I had decided to stay the night since it was too much hassle to hunt up another campground that late. So I went to the office immediately after getting setup, and requested a refund for the remaining days I had paid for since there was no way I wanted to stay at this dust pit with such unfriendly staff. They told me that they did not give refunds on unused days. After much hassle, he finally decided to give me a refund on unused days but then he said he would have to charge me a $10 fee for making a credit card refund. I just about lost it at that point. I will never come back to this campground again. If I knew any of my employees were so rude and so unhelpful to my customers as the staff here was to me, I would fire them on the spot. This is not just my opinion. I had 3 other guest come up to me and tell me how rude and unhelpful they were to them also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you want security, this is the park for you. It was clean and shady, but still enough room for a taller rig. Sites are small and side by side. There are a lot of signs and rules, but so-many people still need to be reminded about campground etiquette. Roads get narrow to sites when fifth wheel pickups overhang and crowd the road, it does take finesse to maneuver a 45' coach around them. If you desire quiet, forget it...this is a jeep and quad park, expect work on vehicles for play the next day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pleasant front desk and clean, gated park. Sites very close to each other. Only real issue was the incredibly busy highway literally on-top of this RV park; noisy and a challenge for larger rigs to ease into and out-of traffic to enter campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our family of 4 LOVED this campground. There are tons of activities for the kids. (Putting green, giant chess and checkers, horseshoes, tetherball and a pool) The campground was not crowded, and all the campers were spaced apart which allowed for privacy instead of packing us all together in one area. It may not be that nice when it is full. We enjoyed being so close to Arches National Park. (Go in the spring instead of the heat of summer!)The restrooms/showers were spotless every day of our stay. This will be our campground of choice whenever we are in Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for 3 days and thought it was a very nice campground. It was clean and safe and gated for added safety. Arches National Park and Canyonlands were nearby. If we ever get back to Moab, this is the RV park for us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This wasn't our first visit and we returned after being unimpressed with two other RV parks in the area. This park is well-organized, maintained, and kept up. Although the current WiFi signal did not reach my RV parked in the last row (next to a vacant lot giving an unobstructed view of the mountains), they have plans to improve that situation. The pull thru sites have side-by-side hook-ups so you may have a very close neighbor if/when slides are out. The Management staff's willingness to enforce park rules can be a good thing if your neighbor has failed to use a rubber doughnut on his sewer. We won't return to one of the other competitors park's because we were next to a camper who threaded his sewer hose down the pipe and blocked up the system. Luckily we were just leaving as the mess was being assessed by the unhappy camphost and camper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a wonderful time at this campground, the kids loved the pool,chess and all the activities. We did a lot of ATV riding and loved that the trails were not to far from this campground. Its a good basecamp to visit all the National Parks in the area. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Did not notice too many rules. Lots of trees, very nice and friendly staff. One of the best parks we have ever stayed at. We were on a motorcycle pulling a popup camper, a friend met us here in his van and parked in our site. They only charged him $5.00. Definitely will stay again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
As others have reported, there are many many signs. Do this. Don't do that. But the staff was pleasant and the campground is run with precision. Automatic gates control vehicle traffic, which is good for security, but return your access card or they charge $20 to replace it. All that not withstanding, it is a wondeful park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean Park, but management was rude and too many rules!! All we saw were signs telling you what not to do and not one saying have a nice stay!! Dogs are not really welcome, no matter what they say! We drove in and caught the manager standing
on his golf cart trying to see into our MH!!! Granted, it is clean and looks nice, but the overbearing rules rude managment make your stay less than pleasant. We would never stay there again for any reason. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
I agree with most of what has been said above. The campground is one of the best
maintained and has one of the best on-site recreational packages that I have come across (the giant chess and checkers are a hoot). That said, bring bug spray. Being right on the Colorado River (and its adjacent marsh) results in lots of big, hungry skeeters on warm summer evenings. Also, don't break (or even think of bending) any of the rules that the owner lays out in excruciating detail at check-in. I guess that it takes a certain mindset to build and maintain a facility that is this nice. Unfortunately, that mindset also thinks customers are potential vandals that need to be carefully monitored. This got more than a little intrusive and we (2 adults and a 9 yo girl) where very well behaved. Were it not for this attitude, I would have rated this facility a 9. Lose the bugs and it would be a 10. 5th wheel - June 2004 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice campground, friendly staff, bathrooms were immaculate, secure campground. Kids had fun at pool and with games. Small dog run area. Nice open area around campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well cared for park. It's 3 minutes from town and very near the Colorado river. The staff is friendly & helpful. They have a great spa & pool (not many parks in Moab even have a pool). Overall a very
positive experience. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is a must when staying in the area. The owners are friendly and helpful. We were given brochures, maps and even menus from the area when we checked in. There is a small giftshop with good pricing. The entire campground was immaculately maintained especially the restrooms. The sites are close together but level and shaded. I loved this park! We camped here in a camper.
[ 9 / 10 ]
The nicest one in Moab. Everything is new, nice grass. They don't seem to allow large dogs, little ones are OK. Don't like the side by side hookups but they're large, plenty of room for slideouts. Nice pool. We camped here in a camper.
Passport America made this an affordable stay. However, they fail to mention, until you are getting rung up, that there is a $5 AC fee, per night. Also, insist upon choosing your own site, as the place was 3/4 empty and we were placed RIGHT next to another big rig, then they wanted to place us next to another one, until we insisted on a site in the back that had plenty of space for us and our dogs. Verizon signal strong. OK, with the negatives out of the way, this was a pretty nice place, especially the sites in the back, that had a little more grass and privacy. It is about a 10 minute drive to town, but that was not a big deal. For those with pets, the fairgrounds are right behind the park, so lots of room for your pooches to run, just not alot of grass out here in the desert. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a hidden gem. Going into an out of Moab, I saw several RV parks and they were all with very tight spots and on the highway. This one is off the highway but only a mile's drive off US191 about 5 miles from downtown. Staff is knowledgeable and helpful. Sites are wide, with 15' of green space between them and level to 1/2 bubble. WiFi worked fine at site 12, no slower than all other parks. There is some shaded spots and they have planted more trees. It's handy to everywhere so I don't know why anyone would accept a jammed in, tight spot when this place tops them all. I am here for a week in a motorhome on the PPA rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. Shaded pull-throughs. Not too close to your neighbor. Off the main drag and a little ways out of Moab, but not too far. Hosts were very helpful. Would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose a back-in site in the back of the park. It had lots of space, a tree for much needed shade, and picnic table. It was good to be able to walk our dogs out the back gate through the fairgrounds and stables. The park is a bit south of town so everything is a short drive. It was very quiet, beautiful views, and dog friendly. The staff was very nice and helpful with local recommendations. WiFi was acceptable most of the time. Price reflects Escapees discount on the daily rate (pennies cheaper than the weekly rate). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate cited is the Passport America rate. Clean, large pull-throughs. Grass area and table at each site. Good cable and satellite friendly. Near Moab Golf and great views of towering red rocks from your site. MiFi was iffy at the site but great at the office area. Great deal for the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is based on monthly stay. I had a nice site but some sites are very small with not much room between sites. Staff is friendly and they are working hard to maintain green areas--always watering them. Laundry facility was clean and had 2 washers and dryers. The park was very quiet. It is about 10 miles to downtown Moab but that was not an issue for me. WiFi was not very good so I used my own hotspot. No trouble getting a signal at the location. Cable had lots of channels. Not many extra amenities but a nice basic campground. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stay at this park every time we visit Moab. The rate of $37 reflects the weekly rate. A monthly stay cost $595 which is about $20 a night, an economical rate for an extended stay at Moab. This is well-run park, that is well-maintained. The sites are adequately spaced together with some trees. The park is 3-4 miles out of town, so it is fairly quiet. Many of the patrons of this park are there for traveling the trails on Jeeps and ATV's. However, there is no problem with vehicles going through camp at excessive speeds or making a lot of noise. We like this park and will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rate the owner a 10; however, the campground is old and worn, as are the showers and bathrooms. The sites can be a little crowded, but the owner does the best she can to fit the site to the length of your rig. She also offers a breakfast and packed lunch if you want to purchase them. Good idea, when hiking. Cable is very good as is the internet even when the park was full. (not perfect, not fast...but good) We will certainly return. We have stayed in 3 other RV parks in Moab and we like this one the best. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff. I can not say enough about the location. Close to town, but with an out in the country feel. We would stay there again next time in the area. Rate was with Passport America We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park off the busy road so quiet. Nice helpful owners/managers. Good utilities. One big ding is that they say they have WiFi. It only works at snail speed. Plus Verizon is very limited here with slow service. I do not have a cell phone antenna though so that would help if you have something like a Wilson. This park is about 5 miles south of Moab. But very convenient to fuel, markets, and restaurants. Even with good WiFi this park is not developed enough to rate a ten. When we were here in April it was packed to overflowing. This is a hopping area in April. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We decided to try this park because the one we've stayed at here in Moab wasn't open yet. It's an easy access from highway 191, but far enough off the road that there was little to no road noise from the highway. Spaces are very level. Spaces have a small grassed area with a picnic table and some have tree shade. There is a laundry with $1.50 per load washers and dryers. Showers and restrooms are clean, but showers could use some maintenance for beginning mold issues. Owners were very helpful with any questions about local activities and events. Cable TV signal was excellent, with over 60 channels available. WiFi network was very good also. Nightly rate, $35.10, was with 10% Good Sam discount, before taxes added. We would stay here again when we return to Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park for the money. Accepts Passport America. I have no complaints. You would not be disappointed if you stayed here. It is a little south of the town, but worth the extra few miles. Away from traffic and the perfect place to stay if you are visiting the National Parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is better than OK. The setting is very pretty, especially if the horses are out. The office staff is great, very pleasant and helpful. The location is isolated away from all the traffic, but a VERY short drive to everything. Turn into it at the Shell Gas Station road. We hope to return someday and enjoy it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here to visit the national parks near Moab. We received the Passport America rate of 21.49 (tax included; add $3.50 a day for AC) by asking for it. Our first site was a short pull-through but we could fit our towed on the site by parking on the grass. The neighbors were reasonably close, but not so close that their picnic table was near our sewer connection. For nights four and five, we moved to a longer site, fully shaded. The park is next to a horse stables that appeared to be used more for four-wheelers to run around the race track. The noise was not objectionable. The park was full during our visit in late September as were most other area parks, it appeared. The staff was helpful. Before we could see all the national park areas, the government closed down and the parks were closed. We recommend Dead Horse Point State Park for a day visit, for sure, as well as a drive to Potash alongside the Colorado River. The whole area near Moab is gorgeous. We'd stay at this campground again on a future visit, for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were put in a section of the park next to a permanent trailer that was not being kept up very well. The WiFi is terrible so don't count on using it. We notified them 4 days in advance that we had to leave a day early and were told no refunds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Weekly rate with Passport America. If it had been double that, this evaluation would be lower! That being said, it was a very nice rustic campground -- quiet, nice view, and the horse facility right next door. We had one of the best sites; about half of them are really nice. Everything worked well. It gave us an opportunity to take advantage of the spectacle that is Moab; two of the country's most beautiful national parks plus much more. There was a reasonably priced grocery store in town (Kroger subsidiary), and though it was after Labor Day, the "tourist trap" outlets were in full bloom! The local Music Festival provided beautiful concerts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park off the main highway through Moab. Long pull through sites with full hookups. No road noise. The drive way is dirt and dusty at times., but otherwise a nice park. The rate is Passport America with air conditioning use. Much cheaper than some of the other parks in town. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. Helpful staff. Small, but spotless laundry. Close to town and to Arches National Park. Best value in area. Wi-Fi has been upgraded and it worked fine the week we were there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sam rate. We stayed 3 nights. We were here when it was really hot (103 plus) and no issues with our 50amp service. Cable TV and Wi-Fi was decent. Sites, although gravel, were level and no problems getting around with our 35 ft RV. Staff was friendly and helpful. Beautiful view of the mountains. Close to town. If passing through I wouldn't have a problem staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this RV park for 3 nights. Good location. No road or train noise. Used the laundry facilities, and they were clean and reasonable. We are only giving it a 5 because their wi-fi never worked and they seemed to not be too concerned to get it fixed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older well kept park in decent condition. Camp hosts were great in every aspect. Located approx 3 miles S of town on a quiet street. Very few shaded sites, excellent cable TV, utilities were good, good water pressure. Gravel roads and sites that can be dusty. FYI we stayed here for 3 weeks and the WIFI worked about 25% of the time, so don't count on it. Passport America rates come out to be about $23/nite with all the extra fees for A/C and 50 amp. Would have rated higher but the WiFi was lacking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several times, the most recent was May, 2013. This time we had a spot along the back fence, not a pull through site. It was wonderful. Large, plenty of grass and parking. The utilities worked perfectly. The WiFi was slow but then the park was full that week. It is located adjacent to a livestock facility but this week that was not an issue. Sometimes it is aromatic. We'd definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The water & sewer hookups were good and the small restroom was dated, but clean. Some grass was planted at our site, which was shaded, and we had a picnic table, making a nice environment. Small laundry area was clean. This park is next door to a rodeo arena/stables area, so when the wind blows (& it does often) you get a lot of red sand into everything. We were told Good Sam & Passport America were not honored in May. First time we ever had Good Sam turned down. Wifi did not work for us at all. We appreciated that we were allowed to fill with water, as we were going next to a campground without water. Landscape work is being done to improve the park. We would try another park next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is like most in the Moab area. Looks like the owner is working on making it nice with small trees and grass between sites. Next to a rodeo arena so you do get a whiff of livestock now and then. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really liked this park. Sites are level and gravel with grass in between. Plenty of maneuver room for my 40' FWTH. Some trees. This is an older park but grounds are clean and well kept. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Price reflects PA. WiFi is fair, cable TV is good. Park is three miles south of town and about a half mile off the main road - so very quiet. PRCA rodeo in progress and we could walk to the rodeo right from the park, very close by. There are newer, fancier parks in Moab, with several closer to, or actually in town but they are all much higher price. Arches NP is twenty minutes north. Canyon Lands NP is forty minutes south. Arches NP is a must-see. Take your time. Some moderately easy hiking involved to the best arches. City Market is best place to shop for groceries in town. Moab Brewery is another place to hit if you've never been there before. Tons of recreation here. Only reason I knocked it down one is it's three mile distance from town, but if that's not an issue for you, I recommend this park and we will come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here a week. This campground is OK, and we would stay here again if we couldn't find anything else better. The sites are too short for the big rigs. There was a lot of dust from the sandy soil and the equestrian center next door. The camp workers were all friendly. There was new sod on our site, and they let us water as much as we wanted to. The campground is pet friendly, and you can walk your pet in the equestrian center next door. There are many good restaurants close by including our favorite Susie's Branding Iron which was within a mile of the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at OK RV Park for three nights. Checking in was a bit of a pain. The parking area for new arrivals is marked but it is not near the registration office so we had to walk around a bit to find the office. The park map we were given to find our site was cryptic and un-readable. There were two washers & two dryers in the laundry building. The showers looked clean. The passworded WiFi was slow to useless - good thing we had our Verizon Jetpack. Roads are dirt and dusty. Sites are fairly level dirt with grass and a picnic bench between many sites. Don't leave your 'stuff' outside as the maintenance folks turn on water sprinklers wetting the grass and your stuff at their leisure. Our sewer pipe was a bit higher than it should be and it was a bit difficult dumping our tanks. A large grocery store and restaurants are located about four miles North of this RV park. Add 10.2% tax to the above nightly rate. We might use this park again in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really did not like this RV park. The office staff was very helpful but the spaces are tight and some are not long enough or wide enough to accommodate both the RV and vehicle. We stayed here during an off-road rally and there were extra 4-wheel drive vehicles parked everywhere. The internet connection was slow to non-existent. I was also told they would not allow the Good Sam discount until June 1st. (the start of their slow season). This is the first time I have not received the Good Sam discount from a Good Sam park. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed last minute at our third choice campground. Staff was extremely helpful in getting us in although our site was not really big rig friendly. Gravel roads and sites with picnic tables and most sites also had new sod. Evergreens are inconveniently placed at the end making a right turn difficult. Campers are allowed to park along the peripheral roads making for difficult turns. Appeared to be lots of long term folks. Nice mountain views. We would stay again if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
About 5 miles from the center of Moab. Quiet, clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. It was high-season in Moab so every site was full. People were friendly. Only complaint is WiFi was weak at night but fine during day. Very clean. We will be coming back next year when we return to Moab We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I had a friend recommend this park. I was very impressed. Glad we were with friends. We had camp spots 48 and 49. Would have been disappointed had we been there by ourselves. 49 does not have a yard. Right by an access road. 48 is very nice! The golf course is 2 miles away. Great course. We were there for the car show they have at the end of April every year. If you are in to old cars, there were over 400 vehicles to look at. Very nice and helpful office workers. Checked us in quickly. Lots of brochures to help plan your days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff, clean restrooms and showers. It is close to Arches National Park so we used it as a home base to hike. The lots are level and easy to get in and out of. We camped here in a 38 foot fifth wheel, so we can not say that about all parks. We will stay here again. This rate is the Passport America rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For us, a really nice staff is always a welcome part of any campground as well as clean laundry and restroom facilities. This park does not email you a reservation conformation and is a bit old school in their set up, but we were greeted and assisted with a friendly smile each day of our visit. A majority of the sites have green grass- at least enough to take the dogs out to and still have enough room to set up your chairs and enjoy the outdoors at your own site. This campground backs up to the stables where there are no horses, but daily stall and corral rentals are available for use. In addition to a track, a large round pen and two outdoor areans with good footing, the indoor area is a bonus, in case you are traveling with horses and they need a safe, dry turn out area. The OK RV Park would be a perfect full hookup place to be next door to if you also needed livestock lodging. The back of the stable area also has a large ATV area where the dogs can run off leash- a big bonus for us and will also be a reason we return to this campground next time we are in Moab. This park is south of town about 4 miles and is nothing fancy. The sites are all gravel, but level. There are some back-in sites located on the back row that are larger and a bit more lush. We liked how close by the Slick rock and Mill Creek trails were to the OK RV Campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice little park just south of Moab (about 5 miles), and it honors the Passport America 50% rate reduction. Our rate was $17.50 plus tax, for a total of $19.06...well worth the money! The best part were the showers; very clean and very homey. My shower head was on a 6' hose which could be hand-held or wall mounted (I love those!), and the spray could be adjusted in several different streams. Plenty of hot water, too. The nicest touch was a thick, cotton bath mat placed just outside the stall so that you could step onto a clean, soft, dry area. Our site was pretty level, but we did have to raise the front wheels a bit. Excellent water, electric, and a proper sewer outlet. They even feed the stray and abandoned kitties that show up or are left behind (sigh). We will definitely come back here in warmer weather to explore the amazing parks in this area. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Rate reflects Passport America. Nicest park host ever -- no exaggeration. He went out of his way to direct us in (we arrived late one night) and made sure we were situated before heading on his way. Site was level and all amenities worked as stated. No issues maneuvering in or out in our 40' coach. Laundry clean and well maintained. We were here in off-season so the park was rather vacant and quiet. This location is far enough off of the road that you hear very little traffic noise. We did hear a pack of coyotes one night. And I should mention the STARS - nothing but stars at night, which is great. I would highly recommend anyone to stay here if you get the chance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used Passport America and paid $19/night. Nice park/friendly office. Only major issue was the end site that we were parked in left little room for larger rigs (aka motorhomes) enough room to negotiate the turn. Signage would have been helpful to direct those rigs in opposite direction. Wi-Fi signal was iffy while we were there, although they have a 'mid-park' antenna the signal was still iffy when it did work. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean, quiet park. Sites have a thin layer of gravel over dirt; they are near level, in various lengths. Sites are separated by strips of grass. Most grass strips have a tree, but there is little shade. Roads are wide gravel and dirt, in good condition. Hosts are friendly and try to be accommodating. Wi-Fi is usually good, at least near the office. Verizon data service works well. Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($1.50), 2 dryers ($1.50 for 60 minutes). Rate is total with Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park with wide spaces, great Wi-Fi and really good Verizon cell service. The park has gravel roads and pads with grass and some trees. The price was Passport for $20.50 and was close to Moab, Arches National park and Canyon Lands National Park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level sites with lots of shade. The staff is very friendly. The site is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. Your dog must be on a leash at all times. Sites are very spacious and a lot of room between sites. It's a nice quiet park. There is horse storage for folks staying there with horses. The horse stables are very far from the rv parking area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level gravel sites, many with shade and some grass. Our site was not in the shade, but was just fine. Very clean bathrooms and laundry, but it could use more than 2 washers and dryers. Very friendly staff. Far enough from the main road that it is quiet. Rate was Passport America. About 5 miles south of town. You can wash camper for a small fee. Ok WIFI. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is 5 miles South of Moab. It's located far enough off Hwy 191 so road noise is not an issue. It's well kept and our site (#6) was shady. Check-in was easy and fast. The rate reflects the PPUSA rate for full hookups with A/C. The view from the campground is really nice. We'd definitely stay again if visiting Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park on South side of Moab, quiet. Small shade trees and some grass between sites. Sites are pretty much level gravel. Easy to get in and out of with big rig and toad. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for two night while visiting the area. The sites are very close together and not very long. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Very quiet, but very dark at night. We were satisfied with our stay and would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park particularly for the pricey area of Moab. Excellent Wi-Fi, great cable selection and a nice quiet park well off the main road but easily accessible. Staff very friendly and helpful, we would definitely stay here again upon return to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good spot just east of Moab; close to Slick Rock trails. Located just off 191 in a quiet neighborhood. Nice folks running the place. Good facility; laundry, Wi-Fi, clean restrooms, hot showers. On my return list. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Nice, quiet park well off the highway so no road noise. Friendly staff, very "homey" atmosphere. Adequate showers & restrooms. Many shaded sites. Close to town of Moab without being in town. We spent two nights and would have no problems staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very pleased with out stay here. The staff and long-term residents were extremely friendly and helpful. The location is good for many of the local sights and the Wi-Fi and cable were great. The GPS directions to this park were not accurate for us: once on Spanish Valley is said the drive was 32 yards and that was way off. Keep going, it's worth it! The only negative for us was the older, somewhat junky, area with storage that you drive through to get to the park. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location, quiet away from busy highway. Dog friendly. Less than a mile from Moab Golf Club. VERY beautiful course and reasonable. Ask for shady spots. Cable TV had HD, Internet was iffy, Verizon data service strong. Very friendly staff showed you to site. Office can set up "CanyonLand by Night" dinner cruise. A MUST. Great food and Sound/Light show. Close to Arches and Canyonland NP We will stay again. Thanks for the fun. We stayed a week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a nice campground in a quiet area at the south end of town. Hookups all worked fine and Wi-Fi was fast. Park staff were all friendly and helpful and the spots were clean and roomy with small shade trees at most sites. This is a good base to visit the many sights in the area. We enjoyed our time there and will stay there again when in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice campground to stay and visit Arches and Moab. Just a few miles out of town and of the main road. Quiet during day and nigh and we found the sites not narrow at all. Fair space with a table, trees and grass! Friendly staff, good Wi-Fi and we will come back here for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The front of this campground is just pull throughs and are close together. The back of the park has more space, trees and grass. We planned to leave before the May long weekend, but were caught by a windstorm. The campground staff bent over backwards to find us and many others space on this busy long weekend, so we could ride out the storm for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good campground on the south side of Moab with a friendly staff and adequate facilities. The rate reflects the weekly rate, given to an FMCA 4-wheelers rally. This is also a Passport America Park,with special rates given off-season and sometimes can be negotiated for a night or two in the middle of the busy season. The spacing between the RV's is adequate. Wi-Fi and cable TV are available at no extra cost. Although the roads are gravel, this did not seem to be any problem and there was not an annoying level of dust. We would stay here again and indeed are planning come for a month next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were narrow, but fairly level. There is a lot of “red” dust everywhere but the sites do have a gravel base with a grassy picnic area. There are picnic tables. While they do not have a fenced dog area, you can take your dog into the open area just to the end of the park for good runs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground. Friendly staff of workampers who knew their park and the surrounding area. Clean sites, restrooms, and laundry facilities. Reasonable rates for the area. Located off the main highway = less road noise from a major truck route. Sites were nicely sized and no problem fitting out 40' 5er with a crew cab long bed tow vehicle. One thing about sites, GRASS! Roads were gravel, but no issues with dust during our stay. We will be back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff, lots of good advice re local attractions, tidy and clean. Good laundry facilities, handy location just a few miles south of Moab. After first night we parked on grass for $10 per night (no hookups) for six nights. Wonderful attractions nearby, good book exchange. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is an OK spot for overnight. Sites are all dirt and gravel and the cars going through here raise a LOT of dust. The price is our Passport rate and it is worth that only for us. OK spot for seeing the Moab area. They do have very good Wi-Fi (free). Our Verizon only got a 2 bar without using the amp. OK spot if passing through. Plenty of other spots locally so check around. Would look elsewhere when passing back through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Spaces are a little tight, but got our 38 ft 5th wheel parked with no problems. Nothing extra, but nice and quiet and away from road noise. Excellent customer service. Would stay here again. Used PA discount for 6 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park works, but is a bit eclectic. Many of the RV sites are rather haphazardly positioned and roadways vary from too-narrow to comfortably-wide. Most of the sites get little shade, and the park roads are all dirt and dust. I pitied the motorhomes on sites adjacent to the park entrance road. This time of year the park was infested with sand burrs that got onto our clothing and dog. The hook-ups did work well, and the staff was friendly, fun, and helpful. We wouldn’t stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park just a couple of miles south of Moab. Sites have grass and most with trees and all very level. Wi-Fi worked well. Host and owners are very friendly and helpful. They also allow you to wash your vehicles for an additional $5 to help pay for the water usage. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very scenic park with gravel roads and gravel pads. There was a tree on the side of our lot that was trimmed but not enough so we scraped the side and dinged a decal. Good hookups and a great line of sight for our satellite dish on the roof. We would stay here again the next time in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Use campground instructions for finding it, GPS thinks there's a road directly in from US-191 which doesn't go through. Rate is Passport America at $17.50+$1(A/C)+tax. For the Moab area, the PA rate makes this a great place to stay if you have toad or an RV you use for transportation (eg. Class B or small Class C). It's a bit dusty but if your site is on east side of front section you'll be off the main road coming in and have less dust plus probably have some morning shade. Good southern sky for DirecTV in most sites. Pleasant and helpful staff. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects PA weekly rate of $157. Gravel sites so can be dusty, especially if you are on the road leading into the park (and people driving too fast kicking up the dust). There are both pull thru & back in sites along that road but can definitely accommodate big rigs. We were not on that road but still had 'some' dust in another part of the park. Friendly staff, average size sites & we had some shade (enough that we couldn't put our awning all the way down) but the shade would be nice in the summer. A ways south of town but not a problem & nice to be away where it is quiet at night with nice views. Would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America discount (is unlimited). VERY nice park. Sites in the center are a bit tight so I rec asking for sites along fenceline (can access map online). Is south of Moab and thus very quiet; being in a residential neighborhood made me much more comfortable than being along the main street, as many of the parks are. Also limits road noise. Owners very friendly; front desk rep Tasha outstanding! Park very pet friendly- area to walk dogs augmented by being able to walk at the adjacent county horse stables next door. Park provides extensive cable coverage. Would have stayed longer but for time- my husband and I have already talked of going back to Moab to do more hiking -would definitely stay at O.K. again. Arches Nat'l Park is not to be missed. Also- MUST have carnita (pork) tacos at Wake and Bake downtown. Only reason I gave a 9/10 is that sites in the center are a bit tight and there are only 2 washing machines availble. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park. Rate is PPA. Would be about a 7 or 8 if we paid standard Moab rates but PPA makes it an incredible value. As indicated quiet, some or even in a few cases a lot of shade possible depending on site. Good electric and water. Sites can be pretty tight for big rigs - again depends on what you get. Ours was level - didn't see any noticeably out of kilter. Very clean if limited bath and laundry facilities. Nice helpful folks running it. Directional signage on the way in leaves something to be desired (there isn't any) so note directions given - you'll get there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Other ratings are accurate. Nice park, albeit it a little dusty. Beautiful views and friendly staff. We came in from the north, and a tree limb on Spanish Valley Dr. took out our skylight just before we turned into the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The OK RV Park is located away from the main highway going through Moab and is very quiet as a result. It is in a very picturesque site with palisades to the West. Our site, number 23 was level, although there was no shade to speak of. Other sites had shade. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet campground. Price reflects ClubUSA discount. Small grass lots between campers that they constantly water to try to keep alive here in the desert. Very hot in August. Nice staff. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a delightful oasis in the middle of rocks and sand. It is well maintained, beautifully landscaped and the sites were ideal. The owner is on site and always willing to offer travel advice. We would certainly come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On the south end of town, this park is aptly named OK, since its just OK, which makes it fine for a couple of nights while visiting Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Sites and road are dusty gravel, campground is older and in need of some sprucing up. Spaces are tight, very close together. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Their name says it all: this is an OK CG. Shade trees are of little help when they are on the north or south side of the site. LOTS of dust. Owners helpful, but somewhat rigid. When I asked for a different site, they said no because a rally was coming in in a couple of days. Laundry had only two washers and dryers: for 81 sites? We will not go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second year that we have stayed here and again found it to be a nice well managed park. The restrooms and showers were cleaned daily. The staff were very professional and helpful. Utilities all worked properly including a strong Wi-Fi. The cable TV hookup included 70+ channels. The park is about 4 miles south of town off Hwy 191. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very small sites, close together and over priced for what you get unless Passport America discount is available. PA is available most of the time but not always depending on local events and the local high season. Management was pleasant. Would definitely stay again with PA discount and probably even without the discount as many area parks are very expensive. All utilities worked well. Dusty. It was over crowded with ATVs while we were there this time. Some sites have good views. This was our 2nd stay at this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small, unlevel sites. Too many extra vehicles. Most rigs were towing ATVs Jeeps, etc. Sewer hookup was difficult as it was not in the right place for our rig. It was difficult to park our truck as other vehicles were blocking access. In order to leave after 4 days, we had to wait until a couple of our neighbors moved. Leveling of sites and a few less spaces would make this park much better. We don't understand how Woodalls gave it 4 stars. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a reasonably priced park in an area where many of the campgrounds are quite expensive. Most of the sites are well spaced and level. The hookups all work well, and the WiFi works well most of the time, but can be a little tricky at the busy times of day. Cable TV works well too. I was particularly impressed that the staff tries to be accommodating, finding us a spot, when the campground was almost full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The $10 rate was for overnight dry camping on their front lawn. There apparently were several rallies in town, which was packed with people, and the park was full. I had a nice quiet level grassy spot away from the main park for overnight so everything worked out well. I am giving them an 8 for being accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed at this park for four nights while visiting Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Although a few miles south of Moab, the campground is still conveniently located to visit the town and the parks. We had a large back-in site (#41) along the rear fence, which had beautiful views and plenty of room for our trailer and tow vehicle. Roads and sites were gravel and sand. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. The campground is adjacent to a horse racetrack, which was not in operation during our visit. We were happy with this campground and would visit again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most utilities at this park were good; Wi-Fi was fast when working but stopped frequently. AT&T phone and data service were strong and reliable. The gravel sites were easily navigable with care even though the park was very full of big rigs. Most sites had some grass and a picnic table. Shower and laundry facilities were clean. Maintenance was not meticulous but did not interfere with function. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid the Passport America price for 50 Amp service of $19.50 plus tax. The electricity was right on and the pull-through site was large enough for our 38 ft. motorhome plus our Jeep toad. The road coming in and the park itself are dusty so you may want to disconnect your toad before entering the facility. We would stay here again for a few days to prepare for BLM dry camping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Once paid and hooked up in site, the office staff became very unfriendly. We felt as though they now had our money they didn't need to help with questions asked. Bathrooms and showers not cleaned every day, ran out of paper towels and TP. I will never stay here again. Prepaid and stayed 4 nights. Would have moved but was refused refund. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park with a helpful and friendly staff. I just can't rate this as high as the other reviewers for the following reasons. The pull-through site was long enough for my 32 foot motorhome, but that didn't leave much room for my toad. Had to park it sideways behind the motorhome. The whole thing, including the access road, was gravel except for a small patch of grass between sites. I guess gravel is the norm for Moab. The other campgrounds didn't look much better. I guess I am just spoiled by state parks and Corps of Engineers parks where you have some space and privacy between sites. On the positive side, the Wi-Fi worked very well and the cable had lots of channels. All in all, compared to the other campgrounds in Moab, it was a good place to stay for a few days and explore the Canyon-lands. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects our Passport America discount. The view out our camper window was great, the campground quiet, and the staff friendly and helpful. The site was plenty long for our class C motor home and trailer. The showers were clean and had plenty of hot water. The cable worked well and Wi-Fi had reasonable speed and signal strength. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great little park in the Moab area. The simple fact that there is actually some grass in a Western RV Park is a huge plus for our dog. The site we were given was long enough for our coach and left enough room for us to park our dingy across the back. The water pressure is fine and the sewer hook-up is conveniently located. The 50 amp electrical service is stable and is at 124 volts. Verizon cell phone service is fine. The free park WiFi is one of the best we have used in a long time and the free cable service included 67 channels. The park does have some trees but none of them would interfere with your satellite if you want to use it. The park is a few blocks off of the main highway, but is very quiet. It is located at the southern edge of town but that only means that it would take you 10 minutes to drive to the northern edge of this small town. There are several other RV parks in the Moab area, and we drove to each of them, before we chose this gem. The others may be a little newer or have a few more amenities, but the downside would be that they are right on the main highway. This park does not have a pool, but since we travel in the Winter, that did not affect our decision. When you drive up to this park, do not be fooled by what you see at the entrance. The park is very deep and opens up as you drive past the office. The staff was very friendly and helpful and we will definitely stay here again when in the Moab area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great park. Sites were reasonably spaced with a little grass between each site and trees. View of the red rocks were beautiful. Our rate reflects a Passport America discount. There was no limit on number of nights you could stay with the discount. We had a FHU 50 amp site which was pretty level. The park was well maintained and clean. They had free Wi-Fi and cable, but the Wi-Fi was slow at times; I'm sure due to heavy use. Staff was very friendly and helpful. This park is close to Arches National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has a variety of types of sites, a lot of them looked spacious, nice, had some shade, and a picnic table. We got one of the last available sites, after making reservations a week ahead of time. (Early October is a very popular time in Moab). It was a short pull-through, which we had to angle almost parallel to the road to make our 30-foot travel trailer fit, no shade, no picnic table, but it was level. We could not put our awning out, and no room to sit outside. When the Wi-Fi worked, it was good, but they kept having to reset it, again, in another site it may be better. Our Verizon cell signal was good and our air card worked fine. Good cable TV. Restrooms and showers are nice, and the laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers, I did not use them. The staff was helpful and pleasant. If I would have paid full price I would have been disappointed, but the Passport America price was a bargain. I would stay here again, but next time get a reservation earlier, and get a better site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I've stayed at this park several times, but only this last time in a TT, always a van before. It seems to have a lot of long-term occupants, so it's really a very quiet, peaceful park. We arrived late in the afternoon after making a last minute reservation on the road. We got one night with the possibility of more if there was a cancellation. The next day, we were told we could stay bit would have to move to accommodate a reservation. We were moved to a site in a back corner that was a little tight to get into because of the curves in the "street", but it was my choice to stay and they were trying to be very accommodating. This is a family owned park, run by a little grandmotherly type lady who is a real sweetheart. It's away from town and off the highway. Shower and laundry facilities have been very clean on every visit. I don't remember what we paid, but it was in the $20s and cheaper than the tourist places in town and really a good value. It would have been less with Good Sam or Passport. This park is my choice foe every trip I make to Moab, and I make it at least every couple of years. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Really liked this little campground. Although the sites were a little tight for big rigs, they are still manageable. Passport park, so with tax it added up to $19 per night. Real convenient to Moab and The Arches. Office staff was very helpful. If we were in this area again, we wouldn't hesitate to stay again. Very well maintained park and you better have reservations because they are really full here most of the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with helpful office staff and management. Good WiFi and loads of cable TV channels. Each site has a grassy spot with a picnic table. Most also have trees, which, in September in Utah, is a helpful amenity. The sites were level and pull-through. We could park our car in front of our RV. Well off 191 so traffic noise was not a problem. They had just picked the peaches and they were out for campers to take. It is 5 miles south of Moab but the drive is easy. Would I camp here again? You bet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a bargain! Nice people. Nice sites. WiFi that works and cable TV with a bunch of channels. The only negative is that it is about 5 miles from downtown. It is also next to a horse show arena and might be loud if a show was going on. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground south of Moab. Sites are a bit small, but we managed. The back-in sites seem to be larger than the pull-throughs. Staff is friendly and helpful. There weren't enough picnic tables for all the sites, and as soon as someone left a site someone else was moving it to their site. All in all, though, we would not hesitate to come back if in the area. Rate was Passport America. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The back-in sites are very big with lots of grass and shade trees. Definitely not walking distance from downtown Moab, but that makes it a quiet park. About 6 miles from Ken's Lake, which my dog loved. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate shown is the Passport America rate. The sites are level, gravel with grass in between sites. The park is well maintained and management was very accommodating to my satellite needs. The views here are spectacular. The park is one block off the highway, but there was very little noise. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleased with this park. Great site (#1) a back-in, a bit of shade, end site, great view of the sandstone mountains in front of us. Location was great being off US 191, south of town, near all the attractions (went to National Bridge, Needles at Canyonlands, Needles Overlook, Arches, Island in the Sky at Canyonlands and even drove over to see Goblin Valley State Park). Would definitely stay here again if we came back to this area. Office personnel was extremely friendly, helpful and very nice. Good grassy sites and well maintained park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spent one night passing through Utah after seeing Arches NP, which is a short drive away fro this CG. Staff friendly, and gave us booklets of info on things to do locally. Sites were level, satellite and Wi-Fi were acceptable. Could have stayed at a number of other CGs closer to Arches, but would not have driven through the town, which was lovely. Price is after Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is four miles from the center of town and far enough from the highway that you don't hear much sound from hwy traffic. It is one block off the main hwy. The owners offer discounts (10%) for most anything. We are veterans and they gave us a discount even thought this is not a normal thing for them. The park is very nice and the price is right. We choose full hookup's but they do offer a lower price for only water and electric. Most sights have a shade trees and all have a grass area where the picnic table are situated. Owners offer many tips regarding things to see and do in the town. Arches National Park is six miles from the campgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground just south of Moab with friendly helpful staff. We stayed under Passport America rate with 50 amp FHU, an excellent price for the area. Clean well kept park, good free Wi-Fi, good water pressure, good Verizon signal. We really liked this park and would stay here again if we return to the area. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I choose this campground based on other reviews and was not disappointed. We stayed at O.K. on our way to the Grand Canyon and liked it so much that we stayed there again on our return trip. The hosts were flexible - we wanted to spend more time at Arches NP and the lady in the office made arrangements for a later check out time for us so that we could keep our pets cool without an extra charge. Very clean showers and restrooms. Shade is hit and miss ranging from good to none. A great view of the red cliffs and the La Sal Mountains. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I don't know anything bad I can say about this park. Passport America makes it a tremendous value in the middle of many other area parks charging much more. When I rate a park, I look at all the services that could be available and deduct for those not available. This park gets no deductions. It's a great park at any price. I agree with all that has been said about it. We would/will stay here again and look forward to it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Oasis in the desert. Nice grass patio at each site. Long, and I mean long pull-through sites. Friendly and helpful management. Convenient to Moab. We will stay here again. Rate was Passport, excellent value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a wonderful experience! The staff (owners?) were friendly and very helpful. The park was clean and well maintained. Laundry room was very clean. And the Wi-Fi worked better than our house! I would go back any time. They take Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park located 4-5 miles south of town. Well kept with good WiFi and excellent cable TV. Mostly shaded sites of good size. 50 amp service. Quiet park off any loud highways. Owner and staff are very professional and helpful. AT&T and Verizon worked here fine. Clean showers and rest rooms. The $15 rate was with Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camped here for 2 weeks plus. Did not plan on staying that long, but it is convenient to all the sights, inexpensive with Passport America, and everyone is so friendly. Big spaces with a bit of grass, not too crowded and very quiet. Heard mostly crickets at night. Loved the shady areas. We camped here in a class A 40 ft. with tow and there was plenty of room. There is a wonderful mix of campers--tents, campers, trailers, million dollar rigs, etc. We loved it here and probably will return in the future. Highly recommend to all staying in the Moab area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our family of 8 stayed here for 3 nights. We enjoyed the convenience of Arches National Park as well as the many trails in Moab. We really enjoyed the Negro Bill trail, which is between Moab and Arches. We used Passport America. The campground's website says that children stay free in an RV, but I did not see evidence of this. After our P.A. discount, the children were added. This was still a nice place for a good price. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good park for the money. Rate reflects Passport America discount (50 amp). Short distance from town and off the main highway so no noise. Our site had enough room for our 4 slides plus some grass for sitting outside. Site has picnic table. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if in Moab. Wi-Fi was very good and we weren't near the office. DirecTV satellite worked well as did AT&T and Verizon. Some areas of the park need cleaned up: too messy. Park is across from an arena: could become very dusty if activities going on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with friendly help. Sites have a grass strip which is unusual for the area. It is a little off the beaten path so i is nice and quiet. The only negative is the lane coming in is pretty dusty. The rate reflects the weekly rate. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Utah is such a beautiful state and this RV park is close to several state parks and other activities. We picked it so we could do several outings with our dogs. Our site was in the back of the park nicely secluded. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a discount. I would advise anyone coming to Moab to look online to determine what events are going on during their stay. We arrived on a Thursday and unknown to us the Indy 500 of ATV racing was going on. Place was buzzing with every type of ATV made. The racing oval is next to this RV park. Sites are close and the park tends to be dusty. We travel with our dogs and best place to walk them was in back of the park near the racing oval, but you need to be aware of the nasty burrs that stick in pets paws . The 2 washers and dryers worked well, but there is not enough machines for the number of sites. The cable TV and WiFi worked well. If we were to return to Moab we would select a park closer to town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here. It's close enough to town and far enough from the highway. The WiFi was good and cable was good. It was dusty and our site had no shade, but we've been used to this while at several parks in the desert. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are not sure why, or how the previous 3 people rated this RV Park at an 8. The park is very dusty and the overall appearance leaves a lot to be desired. The laundry facility is totally inadequate as it only has 2 washers and dryers: we had to take our laundry to a local Laundromat. We would not recommend this park nor will we stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I can't give this park an objective review because we made the mistake of hitting town during a windstorm smack in the middle of the Easter Jeep Safari! What I do want to say here is that I was VERY impressed when the staff let us have a spot that was too small for our motorhome and didn't gripe one bit about what we had to do to make it fit. It was literally the last spot in town, and believe me we were grateful that they let us have it. Even though they were completely full, the staff was relaxed, friendly and not showing any sign of stress. Plus, they are walking distance from the horse arena so if you're there for an event (horse or Jeep) it's very convenient. Can't comment on the Wi-Fi because the wind storm had knocked it out and it was too dangerous for anyone to climb up there to fix it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We think this is one of the better parks in the area. It is about 4 miles to town and friendly owners with lots to do in the area. We planned on spending 1 week, and stayed 3 weeks. The just under $18 a night price was using a Passport discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
We enjoyed our stay. The staff friendly and helpful. The sites are a reasonable size. There was very good WIFI. We used our Passport America membership. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Initial impression of this park is that it's just good for a one night stay, but the owner and hosts work hard to ensure your stay is pleasant. Our first night was in overflow ( we came in early ) and there are lots of cockleburrs to annoy the dogs. We we moved up to a pull through site and the burrs mostly disappeared. Strong recommendation: make sure you have a reservation, or plan on being turned away. All these area parks are very popular at this time of year. This park doesn't appear to be as noisy as other parks as they're off the highway and well hidden. It's near the Moab Golf Course ( $29.00 to walk and play, $42.00 to ride ). They do need speed bumps to slow down some of the people that don't understand the posted 5MPH. They serve free coffee in the AM and ours was a Passport America price. It's about 4 miles from downtown Moab: very convenient. We would stay here again if passing through the area as we had a nice pull-through for our 41-footer with real grass ( free of burrs ) and patio table. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great views with spectacular sunsets over the mountains. Nice campground, tucked away from the main highway. Campsites were a little close together and are probably a bit cramped for the larger rigs. Each site had a picnic table and grassy area next to the site, and some sites had good shade. Easy access to the town of Moab and The Arches National Park and other surrounding National Parks. We walked our dogs in the stable area behind the park, which didn't seem to be a problem with anyone. Wi-fi and cable TV worked well. Beautiful scenery and inexpensive campsite. We would definitely stay here again when visiting Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older campground that you need to pick your site (walk around) before you park. Some site are NOT big rig friendly, others are great. Nice park, however, for the price and good place to see the 2 National Parks from. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very basic park without a lot of extra amenities. The rate is based on Camp Club USA discount. The office staff are very nice. The sites are mostly pull-throughs, but they are pretty short, so you would need to park your tow sideways. The included cable TV is nice, as there is not much to do after dark. During the day, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are close by. There are also several petroglyphs and other attractions, but most of them are not well marked. If you are willing to drive a couple of hours, Hovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monuments are somewhat nearby. The campground is off the main highway, so it is very peaceful and quiet. I would stay here again if I were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. We stayed a week. Clean, well kept. Good shade with room for satellite reception. Gave them a 9 based on the PPA rate of $16/night. Others in Moab are twice the cost and not much better. We will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The office staff were nice. The laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers so if you have a lot of laundry wait for another campground. Spaces are tight. We were woke up at 6:30 in the morning by our next door neighbors cranking up their diesels and 4 wheelers getting ready to leave. There were alot of open spaces where the campers could have been spread out instead of bunched together. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here with passport and if you want 30 amp it is 2.00 cheaper. It was 17.00 and change, but I put 18. as the cost. They have an older section which has smaller sites but more trees so you can get a little shade. The newer section is better for larger rigs. This is the second time we have camped here and both times we have found everyone who works in the office to be super nice and helpful. The restrooms and laundry are very clean. I would recommend this to anyone coming to Moab. It is a little out of town, but that did not bother us. If you have been to Utah, you know that most sites are just gravel and it is windy and dry out here. I give it a 9 because I like it. Someone who wants a lot of concrete and grass and trees may not agree...but this is Utah. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park gets a 10 for scenery and views. Location is away from the major highways so it is quiet. The sites are gravel and some are level and some are not (ours was) but I saw many rigs with leveling equipment...some class A's had the front wheels off the ground to get their rigs level. Sites are fairly short and roads are gravel and narrow. However, there were quite a few very large rigs there. Cable TV has 70 channels, however the Wifi is rather slow...but it is free. Our rate is based on a 50% discount through Camp Club America plus $1.00 surcharge to use our air conditioning. This park has the basics and is a good place to use as a base to see Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. Given the low price we paid, we are satisfied with this park and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park for base camp as we did to visit Arches and Canyonlands NP. Golf course is only a short drive away. Only draw back was only 2 washers and dryers so had to o to town to do wash. Dusty, but so is the rest of Moab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park, sandy but all parks are this way in Moab. Used Camp Club USA and paid halve price. 50 amp service available and can accommodate big rigs. People are very nice and hope to stay here again as we used this as our base for 4 wheel Jeeping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is dusty, but so are most of the parks in this area. Rate is for Passport plus $2 per night for 50amp. This is by far the quietest spot in Moab. Off the highway so very little road noise. Power and water good. Staff friendly. Not easy to manouver with big rig but can be done. WiFi worked ok for us but we were close to office. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park suffers from massive deferred maintenance. Remnants of landscaping and patches of grass remain but are being replaced by weeds (with stickers) and dirt. A few sites have some shade. Roads and pads are deep sand and dirt and heavily rutted, and there can be a lot of dust in the air. Amenities are: bathrooms with showers (which need to be razed and rebuilt), a laundry, a small book exchange, a shaded common picnic area, cable TV, and free wi-fi. The staff was always friendly and helpful. Sites don't have picnic tables, grills, or fire pits. That said, we stayed here a month because it met our minimal needs and the price is right for we Passport America members ($15.50 tax included for 30-amp). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. If you're not into the extra amenities (pool, store, putt-putt, play area), but just a very good place to park and camp then this is the place to go. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Power is good, water is good and spaces are not overly crowded. There were trees between spaces, along with picnic tables. There is also grass between most spaces, which is kind of rare in this part of the country. You're parking on sand & rock, but it's hard pack desert floor and even when it rains, it drains fast and isn't much of a problem. Far enough off of the highway to miss all of the noise that some of the other RV parks have. Bathrooms and laundry were very clean and they also have a book exchange. Very quiet and comfortable park while visiting all of the sights around Moab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 5 days. The lady who runs the park was very nice. The park is misleading when you first drive up to the entrance. But inside the park is very nice. We had such a view of the La Sal Mountains that we didn't even notice the drilling trucks in the next lot from us. We spent most of our time at the Canyonlands & Arches. We used our passport america discount. At the stables we didn't see one horse the whole time we came in and out of the park. The park is out of the downtown busyness. Golf course near by. It is consider in the Industrial park of town, but there are restaurants and gas stations close by. It's between the Aches and Canyonland entrances. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice and clean park. Every space has lawn, a tree and a picnic table. The managers are eager to please. We are Passport America members so got 50% off their regular rates. We will return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here last summer with a Happy Camper discount rate. This year we no longer had that membership so paid the regular rate less Good Sam Discount. The owner/manager is very nice. The sites are tight for our 40 ft. motor home. We are near the Arena where a rodeo is to take place the next three days so there is some livestock corralled but flies aren't a problem for us. We might try another RV park in town because some look more inviting and their rates are about the same as here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had to move to a non-sewer site over the Memorial holiday weekend but that was OK. Nice place, beautiful area but illness took some of the fun away. We have been here before and would gladly come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a good value since it accepts Passport America with no restrictions. The other park in the area that accepts Passport America will not accept it on the weekends, and quite frankly, didn’t look too much better than this park for double the price. We stayed here for one week. As others have mentioned, the site and parking are very tight. The owner tries to accommodate everyone and as a result, often puts RVs in spots that are way too small making maneuvering around the parking lot difficult. However, despite being sandwiched together, the park was very quiet. No noise from other travelers or from the highway. There are a couple of long-term residents but that is not an issue for me. There are two washers and two dryers onsite but if you don’t like them, you can head downtown to the laundromat. Dust and windstorms seem to be a problem in this area and you should expect your rig will get dusty and dirty since the park is gravel and dirt and is next to a stable. We did not experience any odors from the stable next door since it is still cool outside. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park only has about 3 things going for it. 1) The staff is friendly, 2) Water pressure was phenomenal, 3)With the Camp Club USA membership the fee was truly half price, $14.50/night. From there it is all down hill. The biggest problem is that the sites are much too small for most rigs over 30'. We saw rigs with their rear ends extending into the aisles behind them to the extent that it made the aisle useless for anything to get through but an ATV. Most rigs had to back out of their spots, down the aisle and around a corner to get out. A harrowing maneuver if you are driving a long rig or worse a 5er or trailer! There is just no excuse for this. The laundry consisted of 2 washers and 2 dryers, no where near enough for a park this big. If the winds are blowing this park is out in the open with no real protection from blowing dust, provided by the adjacent horse arena and stables. We had to rush to close the windows as we were enveloped by a dust storm on one evening and spent hours cleaning up our motorhome afterwards. Forget using an awning the winds make it prohibitive. If the wind isn't blowing then the flys are horrible. I don't know their origin but we spent too much time trying to rid our rig of the flys and left us praying for more wind or rain! There are "permanent" RVs in the park, a condition I really don't like but most of the residents kept their "yards" organized and clean. One such resident was too eager to remove our laundry from the washer even though we were only about 2 minutes behind it's shutoff time. I really don't like people handling our laundry, thank you very much!!! Unlike an earlier reviewer we found the wireless internet to work well even in the outer row however with low signal strength. If it isn't working well it is either because of too many users at any given time or the equipment of the individual, a condition we had ourselves in other parks until we upgraded to better equipment. We chose this park only because of the 1/2 price for the Campclub USA membership but the small sites, wind and flys will keep us from coming back. We will be more than happy to pay full price for a more comfortable site in town on our next visit to Moab. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America park and is a good value for the price. Off the highway & quiet, you have to drive on dirt roads through a stable area to get to the RV area. All dirt road/sites, fairly level with a grass island. Good 50A power was a plus since it was 102 degrees. Sites are a tad short for a 40' and tow but the egress is all in the same direction so it doesn't pose much of a problem. Some permanent campers but is was quiet and the lady in the office was very friendly and helpful. A good, inexpensive place to spend the night or base your visit to the Moab area. Nothing to do for kids - too hot outside, anyway. We'd stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is convenient to Moab and Arches National Park and inexpensive. It has the necessities but was nothing special. The sites are short as mentioned. The WiFi worked at our site but I saw several people carrying their laptops up to the office to use. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place to stop and see Moab! Beautiful view of terrain and mountains. Mostly pull through spaces with pretty good room although not real long. We did get our 40 foot 5er and dually long bed truck in. Friendly on-site owners. Horses nearby, so occasional horse smells, but not bad. No pool, but nice quiet park far away from highway noise. We'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very courteous and knowledgeable staff, level but unpaved site. Wifi worked well at our location which was a pull-through. Some horses nearby, as expected from park name, although no problem or smell noted. Nice view of Moab terrain and reasonably close to town on back street that parallels main route through area. Will definitely stay there again when we can as we believe it to be an excellent value with Passport America discount. Recommend reservations as can be full during off-road season! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We orginally wanted a 7 night reservation, but the could only give us 5 nights due to a big event. After a couple nights they had a cancelation and gave us 3 more nights. This was great as we were using Passport America discount and it was good for all 8 nights during the high season and during a huge event in Moab. The full price ($29) was a bit high for what you get, but since the city was sold out I'm not complaining at all. Not every big rig will fit every site. We had to park our 34' 5th wheel at an angle to fit into our space. The bathrooms are small so take your shower in your RV. The Wi-Fi worked well from our space. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Okay as an overnight stop. I think if we had horses this would be a great place to stop. All we wanted was electric and a safe place to stop overnight. Did go into town to the Moab Brewery, great fish and chips and $2 pints. Pretty nice beer too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought this was quite a bargain using Passport America. It was $13.08/night with tax. The shower/restroom was dated but clean. The laundry was also clean. Our site, 22, was an end site about 30' wide and 35' long. It has trees and grass on both sides and a picnic table. I noticed some sites did not have a table. We hit level spots so no boards were required. The 8 big rig sites are just limestone with hook ups. Not as nice as the main area. We were originally suppose to go into site 20. But the nice lady at the desk said we couldn't get WiFi from there. When I said I liked WiFi at the rig, she changed our site. The place wasn't full so that was no problem. But keep in mind WiFi can't be gotten at all sites. Some sites are also much shorter than ours. The views to the southwest, out our back window, were of the red cliffs. To the east we could see the snow covered La Sal mountains. Great views. There were trees scattered around the property. We initially signed up for 5 days but ended up adding 2 more. We like this place and would certainly stay there again. This is an RV park, not a resort. But we certainly liked it. We would definitely stay here again. I suggest reservations during high season. The lady said they were turning people away up until early October. There is a restaurant and fuel within a mile on Rt 191. I didn't see any signs that one could rent a horse. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a no frills campground with dirt roads and dirt sites. There is very little grass and no good place to walk a dog. The pull-through sites at the front are next to the stables so there is some odor at times. There are no trees at these sites, but there is plenty of room for big rigs and toads. Because of the Passport America price we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here while touring the Moab area. The Passport America/weekly rate of $14 (including taxes) per night makes this an outstanding value. It is a "no frills" campground, but that is exactly what we look for--we tour during the day and just want a campground that is clean, secure and has good hookups. The owner was also very helpful and friendly. Would not hesitate to stay here again--just don't look for swimming pools, recreation areas, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived quite late, and office was still open awaiting late arriving reservations! Despite the fact she had no space available the first night, she went out of her way to accommodate us, placing us in a "dry camp" area, but allowed us to hook into 50 amp service at an adjoining site (still only charged us $6 "dry camp" fee the first night. ) Rules are pretty "laid-back", but we found it to be quiet despite most of the residents were "off-road" enthusiasts. Primarily a Passport America campground, dirt roads and sites, but we had plenty of room for slides and toad. Beautiful views of mountains (snow capped and rock), and well off road with large horse arena next door. We will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park with tight spaces and dirt roads and sites. It also has a great staff who keep it clean both inside the buildings and outside as well. Wifi worked great for us. A great deal in this area. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed at first. We had reservations that we made in February for 16 days and when we got here they told us that our reservation was inadvertently canceled in March by a trainee that's no longer there. The owners were as upset as we were and wanted to make things right. They put us up in their dry camping area for a couple of days, at no charge, until a long term person moved out early and they put us there. The camp sites are tight, were built years before slideouts existed and have shared hookups. The entire park is dirt with some gravel and can be a bit dusty when the wind blows. Weak Wi-Fi if you are not close to the bathroom/laundry building. Nice views and an overall pleasant atmosphere with a creek running next to it. Lots of shade trees. If you don't mind close quarters you won't find a better deal in town and this is a good place to stay. The park name has changed and it is now Pack Creek Campground and RV Park. The new owners are spending a lot of time and money making improvements to all of the facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a rustic older campground. The sites are very close together. We are 40 ft and we fit. The wi-fi works. Verizon works well here. Our satellite TV worked well here. No local TV. There are trees. Lots of red sand. There is a creek. There is a play area for children. There is a laundry room. There is a very large area for dry camping. Lots of room for ATV's. Personnel were very friendly and helpful. Lots of sites for tents and small campers. They offer up to 3 nights free for military active duty or retired. We would stay here again. We spent most days sightseeing so didn't need a resort setting. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second visit here. I was hoping the new owners had made some significant improvements. While they have added some signs and fences, it is still rather poor. On the good side, the internet is still fast. On the bad side, low hanging trees, dogs running loose, very tight spaces and endless blowing dust and sand. The first half of the park is full timers and is very run down. If your a family, tenting, then this may be the place for you.Its not for larger RVs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This cg is a treat. Due to the government shut down, we were required to relocate and grabbed this cg early. The owners are new....they just bought the park in June of 2013. There is evidence they are working hard to improve the park. Not a day went by that we didn't see them working. They are building a fence to block the view of the trailer park.....but wood is expensive there so they're doing it as fast as they can afford. Because we have a screen room for our cats, we needed a site wide enough to put the awning out. The owner came by after we pulled in and we mentioned the limbs in the tree were a problem.....we got a chain saw and cut the tree back. :) We'd planned on 3 nights but stayed 4. The campground is away from the highway traffic noise and the train noise that we had at another rv park. The laundry has 3 washers and dryers. They cleaned our clothes with no problems. We would go back any time we come thru the area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice place away from the highway. Secluded and quiet. Very good rates. I have a class C with a trailer combo. I believe you could get a 40 footer in a pull-through site here. Sites with sewer are all pull-through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to camp. The new very friendly owners are really cleaning up the place. We camped in trailer, but this place has some very nice tent camping spots. Some very private by a small creek. The whole place is red sand, but this is the desert. The Wi-Fi worked great, fast and always on. The restrooms were very clean. We had full hookups for only $25 a night. By far the best deal in Moab. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
If you are in a small RV or tent, this park is great. At first arrival, it looks a little "rough," but once you drive into the park and pass the mobile home park, it's nice. The showers were clean and spacious. Sites were a little tight, but they were shaded and had a fire pit and picnic table. The lady at check in was very friendly and helpful with nearby attractions. She even allowed us to check out a little later than normal. Great place, as long as you aren't looking for luxury camping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by no means a place I would recommend. There are absolutely NO 50Amp sites in this campground. The owners claim to be the only campground in Moab that subscribes to Wind Farm generated electrical power, from somewhere in Oregon State. We found the 30Amp source unreliable. To avoid tripping the breaker had to turn off the air-conditioner before turning on the microwave. There is no TV reception here and no cable TV available. If first impressions are important, this place starts out bad and only gets worse. This campground is in a really lousy neighborhood: you feel like you’re driving through a community dump. The campground is behind and accessed through a ratty, run-down and junky mobile home park. There are equally junky permanent resident sites in the campground. You have to drive through or past those sites to get to one you may, or may not want to use. I had to get out my shovel to unearth the caps for the sewer system at my site, as they had been long covered by dirt and sand. The roads are sand and gravel, the sites are sand and gravel, the whole campground is sand and gravel. There are some trees scattered that do offer some shade but not much. The trees do interfere with access to some of the sites because of overhanging branches scraping and scratching the sides of the RV. The sites are narrow; not enough room to open the triple slides on the fifth wheel without hanging into the neighboring site. Fortunately, no one else with a big rig came in while we were here. Nothing over 35 feet will fit into the sites and there is no place to park a toad or tow vehicle near your site. We just parked in the road, like those who live here full time. Often there isn’t anyone at the “office” to check campers in, probably because they don’t get many folks coming here to begin with. During our stay, there were a few other campers who came, stayed the night, and left again early the next morning. Permanent residents have dogs, in both parts of the campground, which are not well behaved and run loose to do their business where ever they please. Barking dogs which were allowed to continue, sometimes for hours, made it difficult to sleep. The owners are friendly enough, they just don’t seem to care much about the condition of the campground, or the mobile home park. They do live on site in one of the older mobile homes. In order to use the laundry, my wife had to clean the washers to use them. There is playground equipment for kids and it isn’t in bad condition. The restrooms and showers are kind of, sort of clean. We didn’t see anyone from the campground cleaning, except on the second day we were here. Wi-Fi is free. Next to the Laundry building antenna there was a good signal, but the access speed was really bad and the connection wasn’t consistent. We had better access with our Clear devices. Moab is close to Canyon Lands and Arches National Parks, as well as Dead Horse Point State Park, and worth the visit. We spent nearly the entire week touring and hiking in the Parks and still didn’t see all there is to see. Most of the time this campground was empty, even at the weekend, and it isn’t difficult to see why. We will not return to this campground and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone else who wants to visit Moab for any length of time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent three nights here. It is dirt and gravel with lots of trees. The restrooms and showers are clean and well maintained but not new. There is no TV, period, so bring a good book. We parked in our spot and were kicking back when there was a knock at our door. It appears our spot was previously given to someone in a motorhome who had gone sightseeing during the day. When they returned, there we were. They were given a different spot which solved the crisis but it seems management tends to be a little sloppy. Very kid friendly with a nice playground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for two months. The campground is rustic and has quite a few year round residents. Don't let this deter you, as it is a pleasant place to stay. Great monthly rate and nice owners. The only big, big drawback is the dust. When the wind blows (and it does frequently in Moab), the campground is a dust bowl. The entire place is sand, with little vegetation, and a fine red dust gets into every crack and crevice and coats the inside of your rig and vehicle. Ron has a great piece of land here and could make this a beautiful park, but the dust and sand need to go. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great value for the money and the owners were terrific. As their website states, it is family managed and it feels that way, friendly and personal. They don't give the Good Sam discount but they let all active military persons stay for free and I'll gladly give up my Good Sam discount for those serving our country. There are a lot of full timers living there but unlike some full timer communities, they are very friendly people. We became friends in just a few days with several of our neighbors. Some of the nicest people around seem to live at Ron's! When we started on our way to Moab, we started looking for an RV campground on the internet. Pretty much everywhere else was in the $40 range and a bunch were already booked up. We tried calling but there was no answer (one thing is because it's just the husband and wife, they seem to not always be able to cover the phones and man the office and attend to all the other things they need to do, it seems) so we decided to drive up and hope we'd get lucky. They weren't in the office but there was a sign on the registration door that said "Find a spot without a yellow tag and come settle up later." We got lucky and found a spot with full hookups and ended up staying a few extra nights because it was such a good price and let us hike more days in Arches and Canyonlands. In terms of amenities, the sites are close together but level. The showers and bathrooms are clean and the laundry was a good price. The WiFi was pretty reliable. There were lots of families and tent campers on the weekend. It is off the beaten path of main street Moab but the neighborhood was fine. Someone else said it wasn't a great neighborhood, I disagree. I walked my dogs around the neighborhood and it's not wealthy but it's not a bad part of town or anything like that. For us, this was a great place. Inexpensive, nice owners, nice neighbors, onsite laundry and near some amazing national parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best value in area. Sites are close together. Many monthly folks so if you're light sleeper this will work as alarm clock. Water pressure was good and plenty of hot water.Could be very muddy if rainy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We limped into Ron's Pack Creek Campground with a busted landing gear on our fifth wheel while awaiting parts. We found the campground, while not in the best part of town to be clean, quiet, and well maintained. Unable to drop the trailer because of the bad landing gear, I asked if there was bus service to town. Owner casually removed his truck key from his key ring and let me use his truck while we stayed there! I highly recommend this campground as a great base while enjoying Moab! Thank you owner, and thank you for your generosity to all the Vets! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very reasonable park with excellent wi-fi. Showers were a bit older but clean. Quiet and well monitored. Not in the heart of downtown but a 10 minute drive. We stayed for 4 days and left for two weeks and stayed another 3 days. I do not hesitate recommending it among the choices in Moab and would certainly stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Cost for 1 nite $20 + tax, with electric & water, sewer $5 more. Active military are free. Assigned to a pull-through site of about 25 sites, separated from the full-time RVers, and a mobile home area. Convenient so we could leave TV connected to TT for a 1 nite stay. Very quiet. Clean bathroom has sinks, toilets & showers w/ good pressure, and laundry room. Sites have water, electric, picnic table, fire ring, & free Wi-Fi. Elevation 4025'. A few pull throughs. Sites are close together. Cell phone coverage (Verizon) excellent. Landscape mostly loose dirt, no grass, some gravel in drives, some short trees. Our site was fairly level. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very well maintained, quiet place which is along a creek. The bathrooms are very clean. There is not much grass, so it is a bit dusty, but well worth the price (only $20 if not hooked to septic). It is about 3 miles to town. It is a great to base out of to tour Arches National Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
To start this off I just want to thank the Owners/Managers of Pack Creek Campground! They offered us a Free Site for being military! We got there they showed us to our site and made sure we had everything that we needed. The spots were a little tight but nothing to really complain about. Since there was a spring storm that had rolled thru and we were not going to be able to get back into Colorado easily I asked the Manager if it would be alright if we stayed an extra night or 2 I offered to pay, but my money wasn't good. So we spent 4 nights for free. It is attached to a mobile home park but we spent more time away than actually there at the park. Even if they start charging for military I would stay again! Had to put a $1.00 in the nightly rate, but it was free for military and I believe $25 a night otherwise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.