Do not go with the “rugged tent spots”- dustiest and right backed up to the road and uneven parking. Wifi doesn’t reach and there are porta potties that were not useable. People at front were rude and the whole experience was just bad. The rv area was okay but jammed packed, no space.
This was a great find for us. We were planning on doing BLm camping while in moab but after a 90 degree hike with our dogs we thought it better to be plugged into AC for them and we were able to just walk to downtown. They also have a pool and the staff was super friendly. Totally recommend!!!
The pool was really nice to be able to cool off in 110 degree weather. Centrally located and free showers!!
I tent camped here for a few days with my young children while we explored the local National Parks. There were ample convinces, including running water and a pinick table at each tent site, two separate bathrooms/showers locations within the park, sinks for dishes, laundromat, an outdoor pool (kids loved the pool), and a gas station/convenience store. The basic campsite was decent, although small and hard to drive tent stakes into the hard sand ground. There were shade trees thoughout the park. Also, there's a playground and grassy areas for group gatherings. Nice location in the heart of Moab. Only downsides are it being a busy, noisy, dusty, non-remote RV park. Definitely a good value for the price.
Not good camping. If you can, avoid campsites T1-4. You literally have a parking lot next to your tent and even the street lights shining on you. It is INREDIBLY loud. The bathrooms by the site are portable. The showers are way far from campsites, but very nice. The pool and location is fantastic! It’s the reason why I have stayed here so many times. There is also a cool playground for the kids. Maybe it’s just me getting older, but I probably won’t stay here again. We even left a day early because we didn’t want to endure another crappy night of sleep.
Great facilities, able to walk around town from camp, upkept, clean and seemed safe.
Downfalls would be our ability to hear traffic from our tent camp. And the small area designated for each tent site.
We used it as a restarting point to regroup, do laundry, shower, repack and move onto the next portion of our trip. Also came back for showers on our way through town.
This little hidden gem in the middle of Moab is great. It's clean, quaint and right in the center of town. We can't wait to get back there.
Very, very tight RV spaces. Had to park truck perpendicular to trailer. At times we were blocked by neighbors vehicles, but they had nowhere else to park. Had to wait to leave because exiting from our site was blocked anytime someone used the dump station. Would be horrible for a one night stay. They have a “dog park” that is tiny. Pretty useless except for very small dogs. It is very obvious they tried to maximize the number of sites at the expense of ease of access.
The good things are the rest rooms were clean, the sites did have some shade, concrete pads for parking RV, and (depending on if this matters to you) it is right in town in Moab with easy walk to numerous restaurants, shops, and stores.
While it's "nice" it is in a terrible location, it's hard to get on and off the street, it's hard to get around in with anything of size, only the tent spots have fire rings, and the high school band is across the fence every morning at 0600! But, at least it's really expensive.
This picture is the only one I could bring myself to take.
Easy to get too, next door to a store, pool, sells firewood and near two national parks