8 Parks near Bluff, Utah
Apr 2016 - $8.00
Excellent for what it is: no sewer, no electric, carry your water from a spigot. No highway noise, some large Cottonwoods, plenty of ground cover (sagebrush). Lots of coyote poop, so keep your pets safe. A popular campground; it typically fills up on Thursday in the spring. Site 9 is the nicest if you can get it. No grocery stores, pharmacies, etc. nearby; you have to go to Cortez, Colorado (1.5 hours away) for supplies. - Old Mountain Man
Apr 2014 - $5.00
Beautiful spot. Cottonwoods were just leafing out so we had shade and privacy. Sites are large and mostly level. Loop road could use some work but it is not really a problem. A bit of noise from the road but the traffic diminished to almost nothing during the night. Lots of geological features to explore nearby, including Comb Ridge which is quite impressive. - oldmac
May 2013 - $8.00
Rate reflects senior discount. Dry camping, but with water spigots scattered throughout campground. Sites are nicely spaced and with good foliage in between. Pit toilets were clean. Interesting petroglyphs can be seen on a nearby rock wall. - HercMaster
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This park has nice wide pull-throughs. Good service from host. Great WiFi, water, electricity, and sewage. This is a good place for a motor home, 5th wheeler or trailer. No showers or restroom. From Bluff it is easy to go to Valley of the Gods, Moki Dugway, Natural Bridges, Hovenweep, Recapture Pocket and Fort Bluff. We spent four days exploring in this area. Would stop here again. - MB-JD1
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Basic RV park. Long spaces. The lady in the office was very nice. Good 50 amp power. Just as good as the KOA we stayed at the night before and paid $50. - yumsbpa
May 2016 - $25.00
This is an RV park 'in progress' as they will build new bathrooms, showers, office bldg. sometime in future. There are 15 pull through sites full-hookup. Spacing for a commercial RV park is better than most, and some of the trees actually provide shade. At the time of our stay there was only one picnic table, but since only one 5th wheel was here besides us, that one table became ours. The sites are gravel and are level. - Timeking
Apr 2016 - $30.00
In our opinion the nicest one in town as the entry & RV parking area are gravel and is easy in and out. Sites are large enough for larger RVs with space to park beside. Stayed just a couple nights so didn't use any of their facilities. Staff was friendly and helpful. This is not a big park so I'd call ahead - they were full the two nights we were there. The WiFi did not work. The cell reception was poor. Verizon cell and data was bad. AT&T had good phone but only dial up speed data. Yes I would stay again if I just needed an overnight spot. - Francie L
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Lots of hot water and good pressure in the showers, the proprietors are very nice and knowledgeable of the area. They have 5 shade tree's 2 of which are dead or near death. The WiFi is free but doesn't work At All! It's a gravel parking lot and not worth $30 a night I wouldn't stay again. No Idea how they got a good rating? The money collection is flawless, shower floors are a little spongy only ran out of hot water once though! Things are clean but circa 1950/60? - Uncle Billy
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Central location with a nice view of the Bluffs. The place is for sale it was built by current owners grandparents and after 6 years of running it they want to do something else. The place could use a lot of upkeep and repairs but that said it was a great place to stay. Everything was kept clean if not in the best shape. Flat pull thought spots 50 amps except for one 30 amp spot that is closest to the front we chose that one because it was Oct and was not going to be hot and it was close to the big boys and girls facilities. We would stay here again if I ever come back. - Gilbert & Gail
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Nice small park, roomy, roads and sites are mostly hard packed dirt/sand. Beautiful views. Very hospitable owner. Bluff is tiny, pop. app. 300. Seems very quiet, but we had AC running all night - HOT here in July! - Dennis M
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We had a wonderful stay here. The owner was very accommodating. It is a small park, so we weren't packed in like sardines. We had a pull-through space that was easy to get into. The park was clean. We enjoyed the surroundings. We went on a walk through the area. - lougreene67
May 2016 - $35.00
We were pleasantly surprised at what a nice little park this is. Very nice and accommodating owner. Small park with easy in and out of sites. Quiet. AT&T, Wi-Fi and satellite cube worked well. Would definitely stay again. - J&C
May 2014 - $29.00
The manager was friendly and helpful at first but turned sullen later over a safety issue. He told us about Muley point which turned out to be a panoramic vista of Monument Valley and the San Juan river. He also told us about other sites (Valley of the Gods). restaurants (mostly cafe types) and groceries some 24 miles away. The park is definitely bare bones; it is all gravel with bush-type trees. It is bounded by a single wide trailer on one side, a run down trailer court in the back, and a dirt parking lot for river rafters on the other side. If you walk toward the river you may find some small oil wells and some roaming neighborhood dogs. I think it is overpriced for what you get. The manager has a dingo type dog that he lets loose in the morning and it charged at me both mornings we were there growling and snarling! The manager made excuses, minimized the incident, never apologized, and never leashed it! - mountainmanmike
Apr 2014 - $29.00
Not much more than a stopping off point for Monument Valley and Goosenecks. Good antenna TV reception. Stayed one night and that was enough to do the Valley visit and State Park, then moved on. First place on the north side of town next to a small church - park is out back of an old convenience store. - SailorGolf
Sep 2012 - $25.00
We thought this was a really weird place. Mexican Hat is a community of approximately 85 people. The fellow running the park seemed a bit off and strange. He told us right off jump that he made no money off the park, only off the beer he sold tons of to the locals. Later, we noticed several quite young teen-aged girls getting off the school bus and trekking upstairs to the living quarters above the store/office and leaving after about an hour (??) We only stayed one night here--we were too creeper out. Just a place to stop and catch some sleep if you really have to. - Rizzles LaRue
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is a very remote park. It is all about the views here. No power, water, or amenities (there is a bathroom).
There are not very many campsites, so they are roomy, and there are times when you may have most of the park to yourself.
You can choose to park/camp right on the edge of the canyon.
This is a true treasure - and if you are a sucker for canyon views, this is a great place to spend a few days just taking them in. Also - there are some other interesting geological features nearby. - AngelaS
Nov 2014 - $10.00
Sadly, Goosenecks is no longer free. It is now $2 entry fee and $10 to camp. The "park" is basically a scenic overlook. There are vault toilets. Closer in sites have fire rings and picnic tables. You can follow the road out further on the point and access other sites with no amenities but the road has big rocks and is rough. I gave 7 stars for the amazing view. I camped 10' from the edge on a full moon night and it was magical. However, I think $10 is a bit much as I've stayed at BLM CGs with similar amenities, and more things to do like hiking etc., and they were free. Like I said, this is a scenic overlook, there's nothing to do but look over the edge and go Wow! I guess the fee sure has thinned the herd, though, as there were only 2 other RVs. Oh, surprisingly good AT&T 3G data here. That was unexpected. - Gail K
Mar 2014 - $0.00
Rated for the views and the ambiance of a great boondocking location. Very quiet, remote. Parking 20 yards from the rim of the canyon afforded a great "from porch" view of sunsets. Bathroom cleanliness was OK; a typical park outhouse kind of toilet. Did have a Navajo teenager trying to sell handmade jewelry in the park several hours a day. Try to pick a visit period when not too windy. That could un-nerve some. A drive in your toad on the Moki-Dugway drive up to the mesa top to the North is well worth the trip but a little scary. Not for motorized campers or coaches. - OSUCowboy
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Beautiful grass between the sites. - TweenerLJ
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Clean campground with manicured green lawn between the pull throuough sites. In a part of the country where trees and lawns are rare, I walked barefoot in the grass just for fun and lounged under the shade tree. The RV Park included a unique Trading Post with Indian art, jewelry, custom knifes and flutes. Several items made from petrified dinosaur bone really caught my eye. The pull through site included full hookup, picnic table, grill, cement walkway patio and beautiful sunsets. Verizon 4G LTE was good and park WIFI was strong. - MIL-SAT
May 2016 - $40.00
Should accommodate about any size rig. Sites aren't real wide but are long and roads/turns have lots of room. Both gravel. Side by side hookups so real close to the next site but in our section there was good separation on the door side. Our section was closer to the road but had grass in addition to a concrete patio about sidewalk width. Utilities fine, WiFi acceptable. Great people running the place. - fulltimer121
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This is a no-frills park. Some of the sites, including the one we were in are very nice; other sites -- not so nice. Our site was level and wide with room for our toad to park side by side with the RV. Nor all sites have shade and a picnic table, but some do and these are nice sites indeed. When make reservations, request the nicest sites and a pull-through site. - hoppytoad
Sep 2015 - $33.00
This is the least expensive campground within the Blanding area. It is basically a flat piece of property with a few trees between sites. Side to side leveling was not bad, front to back needed some adjustments. The width and length of the sites were a mixed bag. Some of the sites can accommodate a large rig with a tow.
Check in at the Shell (7-11) store.
Choose your site carefully. Some sites have 50 amp service, some 30 amp, some have both. One electrical box had a 15 amp plug shoved into a 30 amp outlet. This 15 amp plug had a 30 amp breaker switch. Some boxes had the old fashion screw in circuit breakers. Some boxes did not have any circuit breakers. Another box had a 30 amp plug replaced but installed incorrectly (the negative plug was on top instead of on the bottom).
Most of the water spigots were OK but some were too low into the ground. One was actually buried in the dirt. The sewer connections within most sites were too close to the water spigot.
Surprisingly, the voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. WiFi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good at this location.
The bathroom and showers were clean but we did not use them. It was quiet at night.
We would come back to this campground but we would be very careful in selecting a camp site. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Oct 2014 - $30.00
We stayed here three nights while exploring the surrounding area. The pull-through sites near the grass area were huge. Our site needed a small amount of leveling. Very quiet park with very few people camping. Huge amount of digital over the air TV channels. A basic park but we would stay here again. All hookups at the site worked perfect. Staff at the store was friendly. Mexican fast food was a good cheap lunch. - hilgrant