Great location in Moab. Clean park. Good roads. Clean restrooms and showers. They have a great swimming pond that gets its water from the overflow of the local municipal water supply. Water is cool, swimming dock has ladder. It was a welcome relief from the 105 degree plus temperature. A couple odd things. Flies. Lots of house flies and the strong smell of manure from the field next door. Maybe all of Moab has them, but we had a lot of flies at the picnic table and in our camper. No mosquitos, but lots of flies. Office hours were limited due to a "shortage of workers" as a note explained on the office door. It looked like other campgrounds in the area had more trees but also were way more packed in. Without the flies and with more shade, this place would be a 10.
We overnighted here without reservations. It is a beautiful, quiet, simple park. Lots of trees and several small ponds. Absolutly the cleanest bathrooms/showers ever. They are pay showers, but I think you get 5 minutes for $1.00. Very peaceful. The $18 fee included a $3 Nebraska vehicle tag. Nice park hosts. Great spot for our road weary family.
We overnighted here and found it to be a great spot. We called ahead with reservations and arrived after office hours. We were greated by security and escourted to our site. They even shined flashlights on the site to help us back in. Restrooms are dated but clean. Sites are spaced nicely. We didn't stay to play at the park, but found it to be a very nice stop over.
Stunning scenery. Professional, courtious staff. Wide, private sites. This is a great campground. There are no showers, and as new campers, this was a challenge for us, but we survived. The river sites are nice, but don't sweat it if you're not on the river. We were next to the restrooms and the dumpster and it was still a great camping experience.
This campground is in a great location. Close to Rocky Mountain National Park, close to Estes Park for shopping. The staff is so helpful and professional. Pool, bathrooms, showers, grounds are all spotless and well maintained. From our experience, you can disregard the previous review regarding the bad roads. Yes, they are gravel. Yes, the facility is designed into a hill. We experienced a moderate rain one night while we were there and it was evident that the rain did create some small ruts and erosion in the roads. Within hours the next morning a park staff person had regraded all of the roads with a small tractor and the roads were in great shape by noon. I was impressed. We camped here as a family and loved it. Except for spoty wifi(which they are working to improve) you can't go wrong here.
This park is situated on the Colorado river in a beautiful canyon. The location is breathtaking. We swam in the river and enjoyed the scenery. The park has two main areas, and upper, easily accessable area with a great view of the mountains, near restrooms and the office/store. The lower area, near the river, where we camped, has a great view of the river, but, the sites are very, very close together and squeezing into them is a challenge. From the lower camping area, the restroom/bathhouse requires a climb of about 50 stairs. One warning, the new laundry room has only one stacked washer/dryer combo in it, and it is a combined $5.00 to do one load, wash and dry. The registration material states that the campground is undergoing many upgrades and the owners thank everyone for their patience. This campground is on it's way to being something really nice, but it's not quite there yet.
This is a beautiful park. Nicely landscaped. Clean. Nice indoor pool. It is very much an upscale resort park and camping in our 25 foot hybrid trailer, it made us actually a little uptight and not relaxed, but this is probably more our problem than their's. Lovely area. You can't go wrong here.