19 Parks near Moab, Utah
Oct 2015 - $20.00
I normally stay at another park when visiting Moab however I contacted this new park and got a nice discount with my Passport America so decided to check it out and it is wonderful.
It is brand new so lacking in vegitation but the sites are level and the hookups are great - they have a common kitchen to use and laundry and the showers are large and clean. Cable TV has a zillion channels and works great. WiFi is OK - but my Verizon hotspot has 4G so I prefer that.
Great checkin and hospitality. Will stay here again for sure. - Capt Jim 2
Oct 2015 - $37.00
Good location for touring the national and state parks around Moab. The rv park is a relatively new one; all sites have full hookups and a picnic table. No trees which makes getting a signal nice however it also means no shade in the heat. Sites are somewhat level, the campground is built on a hill side so they can require extra work to get fully level. Campground is located next to Highway 191 so will get some road noise; especially sites B3-B9. - ParksFam
Sep 2015 - $39.00
I'm baffled by the high 9.5 rating for this campground (although it's new and there were only 3 reviews when I came). If you're interested in the central facilities (or maybe one of the hotel-like rooms or tent sites), then your experience may be different. But for an RV'r, this was just a mediocre park. It was a disappointment relative to the high rating.
On the plus side, it is new, has some nice central facilities, and the hosts were friendly. On the downside, the RV park portion was a blazing hot gravel parking lot with no shade at all, about 50 yards from a highway with moderate road noise, and crowded with very tight/small sites on hilly terrain. I only have a 19' trailer, but still had a tough time squeezing in my 4Runner without sticking out on the narrow gravel road (and had to drag a picnic table out of the way even to do that); other campers were also squeezing their cars and trucks into odd and tight spots. For a brand new RV park to be this cramped is puzzling.
Laundry had 3 top-loaders and 1 front-loader (unusual, but nice, for an RV park). Although ACT's WiFi transmitter is reasonably good, the bandwidth they get varies from painfully slow (early mornings before 6 am) to non-existent the rest of the time (can't even load simple web page). I asked a guy working there - he said due to Moab tourist volume, it's often unusable. I called two days before arriving and asked about WiFi, they said it was very good (in hind sight, they're weren't being totally honest). As a backup, Verizon had a moderately good signal; using my mobile hotspot, I got 6.7 Mbps down, 0.8 Mbps up. - FrankTX
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
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
Aug 2015 - $43.00
This is our second stay at this park since April, 2015. They had made quite a bit of improvements and we appreciate it. The spaces are wide enough and the cable worked well. We enjoyed our stay here. - Marilynintexas
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
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Great little park with tons of room and lots of adventure right outside your door. We were the only rig here during our stay (they also have rentable trailers that were full the entire stay), so it was incredibly quiet and spacious. The management here is friendly, helpful and passionate about their park. Park is located in a 'ghost town', although I don't think Thompson (location) is ready to admit that. That being said, it is at least a 40 minute drive to civilization (we loved that). There is a gas-station/convenience store right down the road for emergencies! Great hook-ups, no issues there. There are ancient pictographs and petroglyphs as well as an 'admitted' ghost town right down the road (we rode our bikes there and back, ~10mile round trip.) There are train tracks nearby, so the occasional train whistle can be heard but it was not distracting- more charming than anything. Overall, great little RV park that'll have you star gazing at night and relaxing in a zen life quiet during the day. - Liz Chafik
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Tight spaces as it is in town. But that also means with-in walking distance of shops and restaurants. Woke up to drums in the adjacent arena, and there was some road noise. But otherwise no issues. - RetiredUSN
Aug 2015 - $42.00
You begin to wonder when the check in person has you sign a form saying you were told to lock up everything on your rig when off sightseeing. But, no problems, except a little people noise mostly because the sites are so very tight. Navigating a 41" motorhome in this park is challenging, so be careful. - alanez
Aug 2015 - $41.00
We liked this park. Centrally located in Moab, attractions were readily accessible. Our site was easily accessible and level with full hookups. Pool and restrooms were spotless. WiFi was ok. Laundry was a bit pricey. Staff was friendly and accommodating. - Russ60
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
May 2015 - $28.00
Dead Horse Point is an absolutely spectacular place to stay in the Moab area. The views from the point (just a mile from the campground) are some of the best in the world. Having electric hookups is nice and since the campground in Canyonlands is first-come, first-served, getting a reservation at Dead Horse is a way to guarantee a campsite. The hiking in the park is wonderful and there are canyon overlooks just a short hike from the park. There are several pretty large sites and many small ones. Early reservations are a must as this is a very popular park. - MrSunshine
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Best state park we ever camped in. Friendly park rangers, beautiful sites and awesome trails, both hiking and mountain biking. You have to bring water. - dpudim
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 - $7.00
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 - $7.00
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
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
Oct 2015 - $49.00
There is no security, and there is no one on duty after 9 PM. There was a drinking party next to us involving 6 adults, until 2:15 AM. They parked one of their vehicles in our pull-through space, behind our unit and were honking horns and blinking headlights. The unisex restrooms/showers were unmarked and confusing. I had to clean the filthy sink before using it. No one responded to our issues the next morning. The owners were not coming in that day. This is a desert area, and there is no shade or grass. Dust flies around when vehicles drive by. - Sue S
Sep 2015 - $59.00
While the park grounds and campsites were great and the people running the park were helpful and friendly, their bathrooms needed some attention. They could definitely be cleaned more thoroughly. We did like the fact that the toilet/sinks were individual bathrooms and the showers each had a door for privacy. We loved the views and had a shaded site. Our price is an estimate as we can't put our hands on the receipt. We also had 3 adults. - Roaming Casita
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
Sep 2014 - $22.00
This is a nice park the utilities were good, the WiFi was good and we had great cable TV. The location is great just south of town in Moab. Still very close to everything you want to go see. The sites were nice enough and level and big enough. The down side for us was , no pool or hot tub. This is a very family friendly park they have a play ground and they have tent camping. The rate we put down was for a monthly stay. and we would go back again, we would just rather go to a place with a pool and hot tub. We travel and live full-time in our RV. - Mike and Darcy
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
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We traveled with another couple, so we found the way they set trailers so the awning side is the same as your neighbor very nice. The sites were compact but manageable. Internet was a little slow. Nice pool and hot tub. The grass on the awning side has automatic sprinklers so you need to put stuff away at night. - Gtwood65
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Large quiet treed sites with full hookup, free WiFi, clean, clean well-run place! Out of town but not too far to still enjoy it all. Beautiful views and recycling program-kudos! - The Ballantynes
Oct 2015 - $20.00
What a great value! We hesitated to book a site because it's the farthest from Arches but when we arrived we LOVED it.
The main road in Moab is extremely noise and all the other campgrounds are on the main road, this one is just a bit off and super quiet.
It looks very clean and well maintained, each site has some trees and grass, some more mature than others.
Their back-ins are quite difficult to get into but so worth the effort since they are more specious and has bigger grass area.
Their WiFi is just OK, sometimes worked well and sometimes was slow.
They have very basic things and that's what we prefer.
The price reflects Passport America, and they take it on weekends as well. We stayed for only 2 nights but plan on coming back to Moab and definitely stay here.
This park is a great example to what an RV park should look like and cost. - MikeMayNaama
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We came in late our first night and got put out in their "overflow" spot. Please just take one of their no hook-up spots instead of the one spot that is tucked up next to the building. The rest of the park, however, was very nice. The amenities worked great. The wifi was strong outside of peak times and the Verizon signal was usable as well. We fell in love with Moab and the peace and quiet of this park was very nice. The length of the site was probably the downfall of the park. We only have a 27ft camper but had to park the truck in sideways in order to fit. We would certainly return to this campground if we came through Moab again. - Living Our Dash
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
May 2015 - $28.00
If you want a quiet, cheap park in Moab as a base to see and use the nearby national parks and outdoor recreation, this is it. But you have to put up with some reduced amenities. Roads and sites are gravel/sand that are fine when the wind is calm. When windy, the blowing sand coats everything outside, and creates inside grit. The park website claims "each site has a picnic table and fire pit" not disclosing these facilities must be shared with your adjoining pull-thru neighbor. Although large enough for three slide-outs, useable common area between sites is limited. Wi-fi exists, although virtually unusable because it is slow with many disconnects. No cable. No TV antenna reception since broadcasters are in Salt Lake City. About 1/3 of the pull-thrus are full-timers with much unsightly "outside storage" if that is an issue for you. Many tent campers, so bathroom/shower facilities are overwhelmed, but acceptable when cleaned. The paint on concrete shower walls and floors has unsightly scrape marks making them uninviting. On the plus side, all hook ups (30 amp) worked well, there is plenty of dog walking areas, playground for kids, decent laundry. We would stay again only if windy conditions were not forecast. - LoneWolf
Oct 2014 - $15.00
I think this may be one of Moab's undiscovered gems. We spent a week there in our Motorhome. Power was clean and steady, with no sags or brownouts. Only 30-amp, but it was plenty for our rig. The sites were compacted gravel, hard and level, but not pavement. Sites are too close together for our liking. The free WiFi was sketchy because of frequent router crashes, but I think the owner is addressing this issue. The big plus for us was the peace and quiet. This campground is well off the main highway so there was absolutely NO highway noise, everyone was well behaved, and it was perfect for getting a good nights rest. We were in a semi-off season time period so we were able to obtain a great rate for the entire week. Camp personnel were friendly and responsive. Showers are very large and were clean. I didn't have occasion to use the bathrooms. We are going to be staying here again for sure! - John & Aleda
Oct 2015 - $43.00
This park has both owned/leased spaces and just rentals. Some of the owned/leased spaces seemed worth the extra charge but others were definitely not so ask questions if this matters to you. This seems to be one of the nicer parks in Moab but do not expect lots of wiggle room. Roads are asphalt and sites are gravel. We had room for our 38 foot fifth wheel and big truck with the jeep along side.
The park is full of bicyclers and jeepers and can be a bit noisy in the evenings but just adults having fun and quiet well before bedtime. Lots of high end jeeps which never see trails or dirt (our does, maybe not so high end) so entertainment while at home.
I was less than impressed with the laundry room but found a great laundramat in town on the same street as the post office.
If I return to Moab I will stay here again. Verizon worked well. - PBuds
Oct 2015 - $42.00
Stayed 2 nights. Arrival was handled nicely by friendly staff. No guide service to the site was offered or requested, but it was easy to find. Sites were a little short, making parking the towed vehicle behind the coach challenging. Sites were sufficiently wide, however a bit snug. due to tree branches bumping into the slides. We'd stay again. - pagosajoe
Oct 2015 - $55.00
This comment refers to the resort portion of the park. Portal is actually has two distinct sections; an ownership higher end resort and a more standard section. The resort section is exceptional. Very large paved sites, many with a patio or pergola and additional concrete parking. There is a nice pool and the landscaping is very nice. Distance between sites is also excellent. There is a nice dog run area that is green and well maintained. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The Wifi is the only negative as its prone to quit or slow down but when it's on it's very good. AT&T provided a good back up. Great place. Highly recommended. - jeffnbarb
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
Jun 2015 - $35.00
As others have said, this park may not be open too much longer. As long as it is, it is ideally located to access the main entrance to Arches National Park and Moab. Most sites are shaded by big trees, which is nice in the summer. The park is well maintained and quiet even though it is right off the main highway into Moab. It is adjacent to the river and a canal. - SideBySiders
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
Jun 2015 - $34.00
Stayed here because had no other choice for two nights (all the campgrounds in Moab were walk-ins and full) when visiting Canyonlands and Arches in June 2015. Had a small tent and all we needed was to get some sleep and definitely shower off the dust and sand from Arches. This was the worst place I have ever stayed at in my entire life! Ironically there was a sign in front of the showers "If this facility is not stocked or needs cleaning please let us know at the office". The showers were disgusting. It was not yesterday's dirt, but probably all the filth from the previous season. There were no paper towels and few toilet paper rolls in some stalls. Unwillingly paid $34 for our tent site for one night - what a rip off. Spoke up about the nasty showers and was told that their housekeeper was going to clean them. The other night at midnight after one hour hunt of a campsite we could not find a place to stay so we ended up at Slickrock again. I wondered if they cleaned the showers. I found out the next morning that they had not. Women in the office started arguing and yelling with me that the showers were cleaned yesterday morning. Poor management, absolutely no customer service skills, lying and charging high fees for sleeping on the ground. Plus health risk facility. My advice: sleep in your car for free if Slickrock is the only choice you have left. - Lucie Jiraskova
May 2015 - $38.00
This was our first stay at Slickrock Campground. We'll cover the positives first, then the negatives. The park has nice pull-thru sites and back-ins. We used a pull-thru. The park is further away from US 191 than other parks in the area and the road noise was lessened by the distance and the more mature trees in the front of the park near the highway. The mature trees create plenty of shade in many of the sites. The pool area is fairly clean and we used it during our stay. The cable TV was excellent in our site. The WiFi was fairly good with a pretty good signal depending on the time of day and number of users. There is a nice playground area in the back of the park, although we don't have children. Park is on the North end of Moab, so it is convenient to the town or Arches and Canyonlands Nat'l Parks. Now the negatives; as with other reviews, the park is mostly dirt, so the sites are dusty when the wind blows or vehicles are moving over interior roads or sites. The pull-thru sites are pretty close together on the utility hookup side. The other side has a concrete pad with picnic table for each of the opposing sites and does have adequate separation. The campground has three bathrooms. We used the middle one and it was always dirty. We notified the check-in desk daily and saw very little improvement during our six (6) night stay. The laundry had old and some broken machines. Wash and dry prices were $1.75 per load for each. We didn't use the laundry while we were there. They do have tent sites in the park, but allowed tent campers to use any site they wanted. The park was never full during our stay, but allowing tent campers in RV sites could have limited RV's in site selection. Overall, the park is pretty good for a park in a desert environment. With a few management changes and more attention to the restroom maintenance, we would rate it higher. We may stay here again when we come to Moab. There is a 13.6% tax on the site fee, total $42.94/day. - MikeandDixie
Oct 2015 - $44.00
Turned out to be the only campground in Moab to have a space left for us for a couple of days.
It wasn't at the top of our list, but next time it will be. What a nice and quit (favorable wind direction?) campground.
We camped also for a couple of days at the campground just across the street, but there the road noise was much louder.
The large pull-through site (not level) was wide enough for parking the pickup besides our 5th-wheel. Our space was on the last row, farthest away from highway 191 in the 'old' part of the campground with large trees providing shade.
The new part is open also with no shade at all.
Restrooms and showers were very clean and laundry (expensive $ 2 for a wash) is open 24 hrs.
Wi-Fi was good during our stay and cable a little distorted. - Bluesbirdy
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Nice place to stay. 6 washers and 6 dryers. 1 of the washers was not working when we were there and they were pricey but worked well. There is only 2 commercial trash cans up at the top of the hill, a real pain to charge up the hill to take your poopy bags to every time you have them but gross to leave them at the bottom of your steps. Wind blew so hard one night that it blew 1 bag under the RV. - TravelingMimi579
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We did not have a good experience here at all.
First of all the WiFi. We have been to 178 different RV parks over 17 years part time RV'ing & probably have had WiFi at 150 of them. This was the worst of all. IF you got on, which was maybe 1-2% of the time you could be dumped of without notice. I just need it for short- but important -personal /business things.
They water at night. Fine. But to the point the water runs under the RV - where we had put things so as not to get wet. Soaked them and the whole picnic table top, etc. Basically the whole site. So much water it never dried up under the fifth wheel.
Six washing machines; three out of order.
Road noise is horrific and intensified by entry of the side road across the highway with loud vehicles / motorcycles accelerating.
Two trash barrels on the property - both way in the back on the property line.
We will not come back here and do not recommend it.....lots of choices in Moab. But they are nearly all very expensive. - AZSwede
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