19 Parks near Moab, Utah
May 2016 - $44.00
I also do not understand the good reviews for this park. It is so uneven, you slip trying to move around outside the rig. The sites are very built up, slope severely on three sides, and are sand. One of my jacks sunk into the ground so much it would not retract. There is no place to put chairs out to sit. There is not enough gravel or wood chips and everything is very dusty. The dog area is a hole in the fence to an unimproved area full of stickers. I removed at least 30 the only time I used it. There is nowhere else to walk your dogs and I drove them to find a place. The sites are so small everyone ends up parking in the road and you have to move when people are coming and going. Road noise is very bad. The owners are very nice and want you to be happy. That just isn't possible with the current state of the park. Cable is good. WiFi not great. - Mom and me
May 2016 - $50.00
Unless you are desperate and have to stay here, don't. Frankly, we have NO idea how it has gotten the good ratings that it has. This is a tiny park by the side of the highway; it is nothing but gravel (and very uneven at that) for the sites and the park. There is NOWHERE to walk your dog, so unless your animal is comfortable doing its business in the rocks or the dirt, good luck!
Our site was so unlevel, we were off the ground with our jacks. Our site was so sloped that you couldn't even sit on the picnic bench provided without sliding off. With the wind that we experienced, not only was our rig coated with dust inside and out, but you could barely walk around without getting dust and dirt in your eyes, your lungs, and all over your clothes.
The only bright spot here was the staff. They were wonderful. Everyone we met could not have been more helpful or friendly. Unfortunately, they have not been given much to work with as regards this park. Our advice - find somewhere else if you can! - Tee Gysin
May 2016 - $34.00
This was our second week-long stay here at ACT; we really like this place! As others have noted, it's not the best for big rigs due to the rise and gentle slope of the property, but for our 30-footer we have no problems--we found level on our own, but they have lots of wood planks around if you need them. The CG is just a year old and the owner/managers who created it smartly worked with the contours of the land. The place is natural and they leave it that way--gravel for the sites/loop road and wood chips (not grass; this is a desert!) in between to tamp down the natural sandiness of the area. They've left much of the natural habitat which is very nice to see, then planted more colorful drought-resistant desert plants. The trees they've planted need a few years before they'll provide adequate shade, but most CG's in this area don't have much shade either. Road noise: depending on your site, there's a bit until ~11p when it settles down, but honestly this is not a problem. [Keep in mind this is a highly-used recreational area; jeeps, 4WDs, bikes, etc.--lots of people come here because of the beauty of the place--there are going to be vehicles on the roads.] There's a nice shared kitchen space--very Euro/Aussie. The bathrooms are new and cool and well-appointed. Everything about this CG speaks to environmental consciousness and resource/land stewardship--energy-efficient buildings, recycling, Moab-cool-vibe-attitude--we're all for it and will keep coming back here!! Rate reflects pay for 6 nights; 7th night is free plus 10% G.S.; a very good deal! - Jolly Out There
Oct 2015 - $44.00
Good Sam discount for five nights for a pull-thru, FHU, 50 amp, gravel site. 50 amp did not pass SurgGuard test. Many sites are not level and may require blocks under the tires. The sites are too short to easily park towed vehicles. The park was quiet at night. Good Verizon cell and MiFi reception. Good Satellite reception. Archview is 10+ miles from the Moab shopping district. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Sep 2015 - $52.00
Great Wifi, beautiful views. Only down was low water pressure. Nice people at check in. Would come back again. - ga475555
Aug 2015 - $39.00
Very convenient to National Parks. Not directly in Moab, but still convenient. Clean restrooms with enough hot water. Laundry clean with adequate number of machines. Rather sparse landscaping. Windy due to lack of mature trees. Level site. - Ann_Dave
May 2016 - $27.00
This is a no-frills, gravel park of good value that offers level sites, good hookups, and easy access to the freeway. The owner is very pleasant and helpful. Pull-through sites were wide enough and easy to set up. There are no picnic tables, no fire rings, and no camping ambiance. The laundry has one washer and one dryer. This camp is a good option for an overnight stay, or as an inexpensive option if you don't mind driving 50 miles or so to visit Moab, Arches NP, or Canyonlands NP. It is adjacent to Sego Canyon, which is on BLM public property, and is somewhat interesting to explore. Lots of ATV options nearby. We stayed for one week at Ballard in a 40' rig, and from there we explored the aforementioned parks. - OH2SD
May 2016 - $22.00
Rate reflects the weekly rate for a 30 amp unit. This is a very bare-bones park, which is totally fine with us, but if you're looking for amenities and entertainment in your RV park, look elsewhere. A great value compared to the grossly overpriced parks 30 minutes away in Moab. The bathroooms are in a double-wide travel trailer that is also the campground office. The laundry consists of one washer and dryer also in the doublewide. We didn't use either so I can't say how they are. What makes this a fun place to stay is the Thompson Springs ghost town that's only been a ghost town for a decade or two and the Sego Canyon ghost town that's been a ghost town for a very long time (150 years maybe???). Make sure you explore Sego Canyon. I think we had more fun there than at Arches Nat'l Park. We would definitely stay here again. Nice folks, decent quiet park, reasonable rate. If only there were a grocery store closer than 30 minutes away. - JPen365
Oct 2015 - $23.00
I don't usually give a park 2 thumbs up, but the park is clean, quiet (there is an occasional train) and the site spaces are 100' long and wide enough to handle huge rigs like my 65' train. Parks that can't handle us are still out there & since there are more & more of us who are full timers, and have larger rigs because this is our home. They allow campfires in their rings which is nice.
The cost per day here is also reasonable. $30 for 30 amp & $32 for 50 amp full hookups. Sites are gravel and fairly level. They also have a weekly rate of $160, which is 5 days paid & 2 free. $23 a day is a really good deal, especially in this area. The park is fairly close to I-70 but far enough away you don't hear the traffic. - Larry_P
May 2016 - $55.00
Check-in was fast and very friendly staff. Getting to our site was an adventure as this park is tight to maneuver. Had to ask 2 different campers to move trucks so I could make turns (34' TT). Site was adequate and utilities were good. Wi-Fi worked surprisingly well. Worried the whole week we were there on how/if I would be able to exit my site. Had to again ask the camper in the site in front of us to move their truck, then make a very tight turn and back-up about 100' to make the exit. Whew! If you have a "big rig" expect tight maneuvering. This park is very busy, lots of loud off-road vehicles starting up and leaving early in the A.M. Several groups of campers near us played music and were very vocal well into the evening, every evening. There's a high school sports stadium at the rear of the campground that was quite "loud" several days were were there. If; like us, you like a little peace and quite while in a park - Canyonlands might not fit the bill. If you like noise and action, a perfect campground. Location of the park is great and easy walking distance to "downtown" Moab. Wife and I enjoyed walking every evening. Laundry was busy, but clean and machines worked well. Restrooms were extremely busy so we didn't use. (Not sure how we feel about a park that let's anyone use their restrooms for a fee.) Pool looked very nice but couldn't use as the weather didn't cooperate during our visit. Please don't think this is a bad review. Moab is a very happening place and Canyonlands fits right in that attitude. For us older folks, may be just a bit too "busy". We'll definitely be back to Moab but will stay in a more peaceful park. - CU-RVers
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Nice enough in-town park. Can handle big rigs but it can be tight maneuvering. Was packed with motorcycle/ATV/outdoor enthusiasts who were louder than what we are used to. Also seemed to be many unsupervised children wandering around. Being in-town I suppose there was nothing else for them to do while in camp. This may just have been bad timing on our part, but will probably look for something a bit quieter outside of town the next time in area. - TravelinTail
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Have stayed many times before, things are a bit upgraded, restrooms are cleaner, brighter. Crowded at all times with rigs, difficult for any big rig to get into (do not recommend). mostly come here due to being close to grocery, visitor center and stores. love the area, so much to see. will return. - saturn7
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Have stayed here a couple times. Most sites are well spaced. There is no shade but sites come with a covered picnic table. There is even an electric outlet by the table. Leveling will be needed at almost all sites. Its about 30 miles to nearest gas/food, so come prepared. Also, the only water in the park is a single faucet outside the bathroom. Bathroom is modern and was always clean. Not that big a park and being so far out, advance reservations are recommended (about half the sites can be reserved). Park was extremely quiet, both during the day and at night. Dump is at front of campground and has easy in/out access.
The park visitor center is walkable from the campground. A great base camp if you want to see Canyonlands NP. We most likely will come back here again. - TravelinTail
Apr 2016 - $30.00
I love this place and will be coming back for more times next year. They have to truck in water, so make sure you fill your fresh water tanks before you arrive, but that was the only real negative. Sites are adequately large and paved, and electric worked well. Sites on the north and east sides are a little high so they have a slight view. And the view less than I mile down the road were incredibly spectacular--actually much better in my opinion than the views in the next door Canyonlands National Park. You can see several oxbow bends of the Colorado River and the cars and boats on the river 2,000 feet down the canyon. Also, I was able to get just a tiny bit of Verizon, so I was able to make calls and use my jetpack for internet. Extremely quiet because it is so far from highways. - judy_online
Jun 2015 - $28.00
Dead Horse Point Campground is close to Canyonlands NP and 35-45 min from Arches NP and Moab and about 5-10 degrees cooler than. This is a very nice small (21 sites and narrow road) campground with electrical hook-up. The paved areas can be rather small and steep, but the sites are generally large with a covered picnic table and a separate tent camping pad area. The restrooms were very clean individual toilet and sinks (no showers). The facility had a dump site but no potable water. Views from most campsites are very nice since the campground is tiered. There is no shade since the area only has Juniper bushes. The campground is generally full, but we got a canceled 33 ft campsite at noon on a Friday after we called ahead to check availability. They do have a few first come first serve sites and if someone is checking out they will let you know the day prior so you can be at the visitor center at 8:00 to get the site if you so desire. - rockwood tt family
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Nice campground with a boat ramp along the Colorado River on Hwy 128 about 15 miles north of Moab. Popular place so it pays to arrive early. Some sites large enough for big rigs and all sites have plenty of room. Not fancy but a great location. - oldmac
Mar 2013 - $12.00
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. - Fitzjohnfan
Oct 2014 - $8.00
Of the several BLM campgrounds strung out along highway 128 this one is the first you come to if traveling from the west and the closest to Moab. Because of its proximity to town and fairly large sites it also is the first to fill up. We arrived about 11:00 AM and got the last available site. The campground is long and narrow and lies between the highway and the river. If you manage to get a river view site you're in luck. The other sites have views of the cliffs on the opposite side of the river, but no actual views of the river itself. We found this to be a noisy campground with lots of traffic noise from the busy highway and also from all the generators in use. Campground seems to be a favorite with the ATV and dirt bike crowd. We would probably not use this campground again. - BruceandKathyWA
May 2012 - $12.00
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. - User2528
Oct 2015 - $8.00
This is a basic BLM campground with good, wide roads and many large sites. The campground is well-located to visit Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands (about 15-minute drive to either) and not far from Moab (25 minutes). It is an hour to the far end of Arches, so probably better to stay in the very nice Devils Garden campground in the park.
The scenery is wide open and beautiful; it is very quiet and peaceful. Generator hours are 8 AM to 8 PM and we had minimal cell reception and 1X data, even with an outside antenna. Decent cell service just a few miles back up the road toward Moab or Canyonlands. There are several new mountain bike trails from the campground which connect to a larger network of trails in the surrounding desert. One hiking trail nearby, but Dead Horse and Canyonlands have more and better.
There were plenty of sites available when we were there (late October), but the camp host said they had been generally full every night since Labor Day, so a good idea to arrive early. - MrSunshine
Apr 2015 - $15.00
There are 56 sites with tables, flat tent area, table and fire pit. A place to leave your trash. No water or dump. Campsites are well laid out with lots of bushes to give privacy. There is a camp host but we never met him. The only place near the Island in the Sky that allows RV's larger than 28'. We stayed in a 35' fifth wheel. Campground is ½ mile off the main road down a corrugated dirt road. - Pilbara
Oct 2014 - $15.00
We used this BLM campground as a base for Arches NP, Dead Horse SP and the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands. It is very handy for all those areas. If you want to explore the Needles district, stay somewhere else. It is a 200 mile roundtrip from Horse Thief. Level gravel pads and easy to get to. Bring your own water and come early. Fills up even in October. - G&S Smith
Sep 2014 - $8.00
Large sites that can fit just about any size rig. Very quiet while we were there and lots of open sites. Could use some shade trees, however. We would camp here again. Rate reflects our Senior Pass discount. - Bobbi1948
Apr 2014 - $7.00
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. - 15243
Oct 2013 - $8.00
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. - BDShultz
Apr 2016 - $44.00
Not Class A friendly. Sites are very close together with narrow roads and tight turns. Large ATV crowd that have extra jeeps and trailers making passage difficult. Getting in and out of park is extremely difficult due to narrow entrance and heavy traffic. - Edward972
Apr 2016 - $40.00
First off, friendly people and good power and cable. Otherwise, no level sites. There are motorhomes jacked up in all ways here. 5th Wheels are okay and VERY short class B and C's can KIND OF get level. I do not understand how this place can maintain its KOA affiliation. The roads are also tight on entry and exit. The WIFI is non existent and there is consistent highway noise. Stay somewhere else. - teepee51
Oct 2015 - $50.00
Check-in stand-offish. One staff member was very friendly, the other staff members couldn't produce a smile at all. Probably (and hopefully) end-of-season-illness.
Unfortunately this was the only campground with space available for us during our stay in this area. If you are a light sleeper and don't switch on your air-conditioning at night, bring ear plugs ! The road noise is very irritating. The noise of the tires on the road is enormous.
If you have to stay overnight, ask for a spot as far away as possible from the road. As for the rest the campground is pretty standard KOA. Expensive shady spots and somewhat cheaper spots without shade (and closer to the road). The unisex restrooms and showers are old, but clean. Pool was closed. Wi-Fi connection was unpredictable. Sometimes an acceptable connection, other times not able to even log-in.
We surely will stay at another campground in this nice busy town next time. - Bluesbirdy
Mar 2016 - $39.00
The park was easy to locate on Hwy 191; sites were close together, but easy in and out. Our site was gravel and dirt with a paved patio and picnic table. There is road noise since it is right on Hwy 191 and they are in the process of reconstructing their RV sites, sodding grass and planting trees that eventually will be nice. During our stay, it was very dusty and noisy. Management will not honor discounts during their "busy" season, nor will they honor them unless you ask for them--so if you visit this park, ask when you make the reservations and ask again when you arrive. We were in the area to visit national parks so we did not spent much time in the campground during the day. If we visit the area again, we will stay in one of the many other parks in Moab. - Happy Journeys
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Stayed a total of 5 nights and Passport America applied for 3 nights. Park is hub for off road enthusiasts and had a great deal of atv rig trailers scattered about. Good people doing what they wanted. Large tent camping area contributed to the restroom and shower cleanliness issues. Management did their best to keep up but a lot of folks used them, including young people. A bit south of town but worth having larger sights and not being so tight as the others in town. Management was great. New owners were working very hard to make this a top tier park. - Vault
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Spent 2 nights here, the staff was very friendly and helpful, bath facilities were clean, gravel site was fairly level and utilities were good. Moab is a off road vehicle destination and quite a few people in C.G. had variouse types and sizes of off road vehicles. A number of them were working on them during the day and revving up the engines with the resulting noise. A couple of them returned to camp at about midnight. The campground is also located close enough to the road to hear road noise most of the night. Due to noise I would probably try another C.G my next visit. - trav
May 2016 - $47.00
Great location if visiting the National Parks in the area. Outside of Moab which can get very busy. Had an outside spot which gave and open feeling but was by the road. Noise wasn't that bad. WIFI was just ok. Used laundry and showers which were clean. Had pool but did not use. Would stay again. - schemmy
Oct 2015 - $52.00
Spaces are tight, very tight. Shared the grass with new friends, we were that close. We at one end, they at the other. Nice concrete walkway so when we stepped out it was to concrete then grass. Pool area very nice as is office. Staff friendly. Roads are tight but still room to negotiate turns. Very dusty, though.
We took our 40 ft with tow car and had zero problems driving in the park. End of roads all have a loop turn around and pull outs are one way circles. Easy in-out. - Bobcat1
Sep 2015 - $60.00
This is a tight campground where rigs are parked head to tail, sharing a small grassy area with picnic table and barbecue. (Smaller rigs have no grass and are parked conventionally.) Slides on drivers sides of neighboring coaches almost touch one another. There are a few gravel dog parks. - Dreaming
May 2016 - $40.00
This park is a solid 7. A bit south of town which keeps it quiet. Slow wifi but ok cable. Some sites are short which requires parking your rig at an angle to make it fit. Helpful and friendly office staff. Rest rooms were clean but somewhat dated and only 2 stalls and 2 showers in each for the entire campground. Good reasonably priced laundry facilities. Would stay there again. A bit pricey but so are all the campgrounds in Moab. - AZJC
May 2016 - $40.00
We like this park being somewhat removed from the activity in town generally and the highway specifically. We got a nice spacious, shaded lot this time but were lucky because those are in very short supply - typically sites are very cozy with an attempt at greenery. Sites and roads are gravel with enough room for big rigs but it can get pretty tight in some places. Friendly, helpful staff. WiFi is pretty sad and Verizon 4g just OK. - fulltimer121
May 2016 - $37.00
I wouldn't say this is a nice RV park because the sites are really close together and most sites don't have much of a view, other than a view of the neighbor's RV. But, we didn't come to Moab for the RV park we came to enjoy Arches and Canyonlands. In that respect it was a good, quiet location. Next time we are in Moab though, we would probably try to stay closer to Arches. But most RV parks in the area seemed to pack in the RVs so tightly. It would be nice if RV Park owners would give us some space instead of cramming us in like sardines. Verizon and AT&T both worked well here, and the park WiFi worked well most of the time too. - Love2Camp777
Apr 2016 - $22.00
This campground is quite crowded but there's a beautiful path along the creek that offers an opportunity to get away from it all. Dogs are welcome and there apparently aren't any leash rules and there is no specific dog area, so campers have to be very aware if they let their dogs off-leash to clean up. That said, I saw no problems. I kept my dogs on leash the entire time, and there is a nice off-leash park in downtown Moab. Lot spacing was very close with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was sand, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - OmakMary
Apr 2016 - $28.00
We got here at ten after noon, so had to wait until one o'clock to check in. We just waited at the entrance with no problem. Some of the staff were very friendly, some not. One fellow gave us lots of ideas on trails to hike, where to drive and so on. Sites were adequate to park our 32' motorhome and the Subaru behind it. Sandy, yes, but this is Moab. Clean enough for us. We'd come back. Laundromat is only two washer with four dryers, so we went into town and did our laundry. - Red Wolf Deux
Sep 2015 - $23.00
Out of downtown south on a creek with lots of shade. Had a water & electric back in it was tight @ 24ft. Some full timers but no problems , no parties or Atv action like some of the others.
If you want it all go pay $50 plus a night somewhere else .
Good Verizon cell serivce no antenna channels at all.
I'd stay here again liked the manager too. - packardrob
Apr 2016 - $45.00
gravel sites, wifi worked very well as did cable tv. in effort to provide shade trees have been planted that can cause issues trying to exit site. probably would try different park if in area again. - rockhill
Apr 2016 - $59.00
This is our 4th time staying at Portal and we love it here. Portal is close to town but away from highway noise. Our pull-through site was large, with a shaded pergola where we could hang our hammocks and hang out in the afternoons. There were two dog runs and even a lake where we could take our puppy swimming! The pool and hot tub were clean and the place was really quiet in the evenings; we never heard much noise. The other guests and owners were friendly and we made several friends that we went mountain biking with. There was a place to park our trailer, and a nice view of the slick rock on both sides of town. - DawnW
Nov 2015 - $59.00
Very nice RV park. Clean, level sites, smart layout, easy to navigate with larger RVs. Nice amenities to include bathrooms/laundry, wading pond for kids, volleyball court, dog run. Short drive to Arches and into town. Have only stayed at campgrounds in the past - this was our first time at an official RV park. They set the bar high! Would definitely stay at this resort again! - Team Lobster
Nov 2015 - $1.00
The web site for this campground states that it is closed as of November 2015. - jdew
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Lots of shade trees and room for larger rigs. Sites are a bit close but not a problem. Friendly, helpful staff. Would recommend this park, and would stay here again. - Cindy47
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Check-in was quick, professional and friendly. Were led to our site and assistance was offered to help us set-up. Site was level and hook-ups were properly located. Had mature trees providing shade and grass strips on both sides of site. Overall a very nice RV park. WIFI was adequate and utilities were good. We liked this park so well we came back after spending the day in Arches National Park. The park entrance was only about a mile from the RV park. Sorry to hear that the park is being replaced by a hotel according to another reviewer. - Army
May 2016 - $43.00
Pull through sites are dirt/ground with little space. The bathrooms were dirty with mold on the wooden doors and walls. No soap of any type was available for washing hands after bathroom use. The office staff was helpful in
collecting 2nd night's fee immediately but that was the extent of the help. There is no management available to maintain Quiet/Sleeping or the open flame near propane tanks after 8PM. This campground is a disaster waiting to happen. Management wants campers to call Moab Police to maintain the park's policies on quiet times.Asked for a refund of 2nd night due to noise till3am. I was told since "I" called the office instead of calling the police I could not have a refund. Stay here if you like to party....if you like to sleep at night go elsewhere. - Anne K
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Stayed here 5 nights during Easter Jeep Safari. If you're looking for a resort, this is not your place. However, if all you want is a base camp for exploring Arches or the other parks around Moab, Slickrock works just fine. Unlike most of the campgrounds in Moab, which are basically parking lots with hookups, this camp has plenty of trees for shade. The sites are a bit tight, but roomy enough. All RV sites are just dirt, so if it's rainy expect a lot of mud. There was only one toilet and one shower in the restroom, which necessitates several trips in the morning to find it not in use. Other than that, we had no issues and will return for Jeep week next year. There's a restaurant on the property, which is handy. - ajmurray
Sep 2015 - $37.00
We used this CG as a base when visiting the Moab area. Stayed 3 nights. The RR were NOT as clean as they could be and some of the showers did not work, were under repair, had bad fixtures, didn't drain, and were not the cleanest. As with most RR there were not enough hooks for towels, clothes, etc.
This is basically a ATV CG. But the noise was held to a minimum. - Dennis D
May 2016 - $40.00
A nice park south of the city of Moab. Each site has a lawn area, picnic table and cement pad. The pads for parking are on gravel. The WiFi is decent, which was a nice change from the nonexistent or super-slow service in other parks.
The showers and bathroom areas were clean, the space between sites was adequate and there was a dog walk around the perimeter of the park. Though we had sort of gotten used to the red rock views of all the parks, the scene right across the street would have been spectacular if anywhere else, with red rock cliffs and snow-covered mountains in the distance.
Staff was friendly and very helpful. After some other parks in Moab, this was an oasis of decency. - Tee Gysin
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Crowded and busy RV park. Lots of 4-wheelers, who left just after sunrise. Very tight spaces. - Dave and Linda
Apr 2016 - $56.00
Spanish Trails is definitely one of the nicer RV facilities in Moab, Utah. It has views of red rocks on the back row and it is very clean and well run. Our only issue is that you still get a lot of traffic noise from state Hwy 191. We did pay extra to stay in the back row and that helped some but I still had to use earplugs at night to not hear the truck traffic. Nice set of trees there also. Much nicer grounds than most other RV parks that we saw in Moab. - K C
Aug 2013 - $15.00
This is a National Forest Service Campground in Minti-Lasal NF. It is 20 miles of gravel road to get there, but it is secluded, peaceful, quiet and there are deer walking through campsites. Shady and hiking/lake nearby. Camped in 24' van. Wouldn't recommend trying to take any larger than a 28 to 30' RV in there. Several hard sided camping trailers and vehicles were there. - TexasLuv2Golf