The five group sites at Lone Mesa are ideal for large gatherings such as weddings, large school groups or family reunions. The sites are isolated from other campsites to allow for privacy. Within close proximity to national parks and open space, outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, and four-wheel drive tours in the surrounding area. Lone Mesa is 1,000 feet higher in elevation than Moab, which sometimes means cooler temperatures. The town of Moab is approximately 30 minutes away and has dining, shopping, sports rentals, tour companies and museums. Natural Features: The views from Lone Mesa will set you on the path to explore the nearby canyons and mesas. You are close to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, Gemini Bridges, the White Rim trail and the Green River. Recreation: From Lone Mesa there are multiple options for mountain biking, hiking, scenic tours, backcountry off-highway vehicle driving and photography. The area has many four-wheel drive roads leading to canyons and vistas. Nearby Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point State Park have many trails for hiking, biking and OHV driving. Facilities: The group areas have fire grates, picnic tables, vault toilets and shade shelters. The group sites do not have water, dump stations or electric hook ups. Larger vehicles fit well at this site. Nearby Attractions: Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as well as Dead Horse Point State Park are very close to this group site. Groups heading into Canyonlands to ride the White Rim trail often use this site for camping before and after their trip. Lone Mesa is also near Gemini Bridges and Mineral Bottom. ACTIVITIES Biking: Mountain Biking
Great Campground for groups or solo sites. Beautiful scenery and you will catch a great sunset. A little bit off the beaten path from city center in Moab but worth the drive.
We stayed at the BLM outside of Zion National Park. It was absolutely STUNNING. There were signs that made finding this spot super simple. We stayed Saturday night of Labor Day weekend and found that we had MILES of BLM land to ourselves until well after dark. The ground was a mix of gravel/dirt and was totally find for sleeping on. Where we setup camp, there was someone's old campfire spot, which made things easier.