Narrow dirt access road, hard to enter, go to restaurant to register. This is an older campground, the sites are not level, access for larger vehicles is tricky with tight turns. The bathrooms are a disgrace, standing water on floors, dirty, dark. Although it is in a rural area, there is a steep grade on the highway and truck noise was considerable. Nice mountain views and shade, but I would not stay here again.
As this is at a fairgrounds, you may want to check their website before staying here to see if the fair is in progress. No reservations, but lots of sites, all gravel back in, no shade. Some are not very level. When you get there, you must go to the Caretaker's house to register, be sure you don't take a site that isn't in service. There is an inconvenient fence protecting the hookups, I used a step stool to get over it. I would stay here again.
Not the fanciest campground in Moab, but far enough away from town to be very quiet at night, plenty of shade, nice bathrooms and showers. This is part of a big trailer park, but the area for visitors is pleasant, sites are a little tight if you and your neighbor have slides. Not the easiest place to find in the dark. I would stay here again and recommend it.
Except for traffic noise, this is a good stopover. sites are paved, some with shade. Very helpful management, including a vast outdoor miniature train layout and other miniature displays. Well priced location for exploring local sights. I stay here often when in the area, and would recommend it.
At the northern end of the San Luis Valley, the views of the Sangre de Christo mountains are amazing. This campground has been here, with the same owners for 29 years, the sites are ample and trees screen between. The road in and the campground roads are all well maintained gravel. The bathhouse/lounge/laundry are older and charming and spotless. The people here are very nice and helpful. This is not a resort, nor is it fancy. My idea of heaven. They often have off road events and serve hunters in the fall.
This city park is outside of town beside a sizable fishing lake, and has picnic facilities, a pavilion, boat launch, and a playground. The buildings have seen better days, and the roads are all gravel. Some of the pads have concrete slabs, but even in the rain, it wasn't too muddy. Most sites have trees, fire pits, and metal barbecues. The people are very friendly, and it's quiet at night. On a weekend, it might fill up, but while we were there, plenty of room. I don't think you can get a better water view anywhere for $12. This is "just camping", not a resort.