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About Moab Koa

Make Moab KOA your headquarters as you plan a trip of a lifetime to Moab, The adventure Capital of the West. Only 15 minutes to Arches National Park, and convenient to Dead Horse State Park & Canyonlands National Park. Pull-thru big rig sites, deluxe cabins with bathrooms, camping cabins and tent sites. Swimming Pool, WIFI, 24 Hour laundry, General Store, propane. Enjoy magnificent views of the red rocks and La Sal Mountains.

Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 5-17, Free 0-4
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Moab Koa is located in Utah
Latitude
38.5239 N
Longitude
-109.4987 W
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Directions
On Hwy 191: 4 miles south of Moab Visitor Center at mile marker 121.
15 Reviews of Moab Koa
Great location

Very nice KOA, great pool area, sites are well maintained, great landscaping, clean shower, friendly staff

Ranger Review: Moab KOA

Plenty of tent sites were available during our stay. There was not a lot of shade and the sites were very sandy. We loved having the pool and hot tub available to us after long days hiking/exploring the National Parks. The sunsets were gorgeous. The bummer was that they were working on the plumbing to the pools during our stay so we had to endure some loud construction noise. Convenient to town and the parks. Shower houses were clean. We’d stay there again if visiting the area.

Great Experiance

Excellent campground. Lots of amenities. Allowed you to rent a campfire since the spots only have a grill. Incredibly close to lots of wonderful hikes and downtown.

Favorite Campground

We visit every September for a week. Always something to do in Moab. The campground is always clean. The staff is very accommodating and so nice. Busy during the day but thats because there's so much to do. At night it's beautiful with the minimal lights and the starry sky. If you have a problem with winds, then don't tent camp there because it is a canyon and it does get windy. Will continue visiting this KOA every year. Never camping anywhere else in Moab.

Sunny days, windy nights.

Like most KOA's, the campground is basic but convenient. The campground is open with a few trees, but they do provide a wooden overhang for shade. It gets hot, so shade is welcomed. There was plenty of space for 2 tents. At night, there were terrible wind storms that filled our tent with blowing sand. (It came up and under the rain fly.) It was a convenient location for Canyonlands, but nothing was overly great about it.

Basic cabin

We had a tent but so happy we got the cabin. It was clean, comfortable and kept us out of the wind and rain. Bathrooms were clean and well stocked.

Moab

great camping sites pull over spots available but if you do want to camp near the river you do have to travel atleast 35 mins down towards the end and you do have to have a pass so make sure before you make that drive you get yourself a pass at the parks center located in the city of Moab

Get ready for the stars

Zero grass.

Awesome!!!

We pulled in and wondered why there was no lights anywhere, and the sky is so beautiful at night and they kept the lights to a minimal! The bathhouse is unisex, just lock the door! we used the laundromat and that was nice also!

Clean and Quiet

A few trees here and there. There are covers for shade this helps a lot. The bathrooms are clean. They have cabins that looked new as well. Close to both Canyonlands and Arches.