About Dewey Bridge Campground
Campsites are located along the banks of the Colorado River looking across to the scenic sandstone "Entrada Bluffs" area. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Two group sites, Dewey Bridge Group Sites B and C, are available for reservation through Recreation.gov. The campground accommodates tents and small RVs and offers quiet and shady sites. The site provides river access for small boats and the remains of the historic Dewey Bridge is nearby. It is also located near Kokopelli's Trail, a multiple-use trail from Loma, CO to Moab. (Do not enter the river without wearing life jackets; it has dangerous undercurrents.) Individual Sites: 7 (limited to 10 people & two vehicles per site) Group Sites: 2 (reservable) Water: No Toilets: YesHook-ups: No ACTIVITIES Boating Camping Fishing Picnicking
$15/night (Pay at campground, cash or check only)
Bureau of Land Management
Dewey Bridge Campground is located in Utah
From the junction of Hwy. 191 & Hwy 128, drive east 29 miles along the Colorado River on Highway 128. The campground is on the left.
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We were in the last site in the campground, all the way at the end. It was nestled in the trees towards the back. The kids were able to toss a football with ease. We brought our smoker and smoked pork butt. We had three cars along and there was ample space. The campground was clean and well cared for. It filled up with in a half hour of us arriving. It's kind of far from Moab. Right on the river though. There is a boat ramp. The kokapelli trail goes right by. The Dewey bridge that burnt up is still there and worth looking at some history. Loved this place. Super quiet too. There is no running water at this campground, much like all of them along this stretch but there was a single vault toilet. There are also a couple group sites here and I imagine those might get a little louder but when we were there around memorial day weekend it was pretty quiet.