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Most Recent Canyonlands National Park Camping Reviews
Right off the Road

It’s a bit more primitive compared to Jaycee Park campground further north, but it was all but deserted and I could park my motorcycle next to the tent. Nice view across the river. Composting toilets and water.

just do it

words can not describe the beauty of fisher towers campground if you are looking for somewhere different and off the beaten path then this is it.

Nice place to stay.

This campground is not bad. Right next to the highway so there's pretty constant dull noise. But great showers, kitchens, outdoor grill and fire pits. Great views of the Moab valley. And close to everything Moab has to offer.

Wonderful quite place

I stayed here in May and enjoyed it very much. Each campsite has fire pits and cooking grates. The pit toilets were very clean and well kept. The campground does fill up on busy weekends but there are lots of other dispersed camping areas around.

On a side note the location that shows up on the map isn’t correct. The campground is actually on the south side of the main road. Not every site will fit the large trailers or rv’s but most will.

Best Dirtbag Camping in Moab

This is one of the best dispersed camping areas around Moab.  The location is north of Moab by 25 minutes or so.  Right on two mountain bike trails - Sovereign Single track (great for intermediate and advanced riders) and the Klonzo trial system (great for beginners).

There are great moto options all around too.  The road can be a little rough getting back to these sites so lower clearance vehicles may have some trouble.

Great location, great riding, and free.

Good Option for Large Groups

This is a great option for large groups particularly if Willow Springs area is full.  It is not the most scenic area, but it is a great staging area for large groups.  This was also a great flat safe area for the kids to play on the motos while we prepared dinners and relaxed.

Good place to stay but not camping

I have stayed here several times in a tent and a trailer. It stays pretty noisy until about 10pm mostly because of the hwy. But the grounds and restrooms are always kept clean and is dog friendly.

Wonderful place

This is a great place to stay with access to the river. The only disappointing thing is that there are limited sites and they fill up quickly most weekends. And if you have a camper that is larger than 25 foot the dispersed camping areas are very limited. I really hope the BLM has plans to expand this campground by at least 5 sites in the near future as I think they would still be full often.

Wonderful place

I have camped here several times and really enjoyed it. It has great access to the river and 4x4 trails all around. The only disappointing thing about the campground is that it only has about 10 sites and fills up quickly most weekends. There are other areas around you can diapered camp but not many that are accessible with trailers bigger than 25 feet.

Free and toilets

Good spot, Porto potties are placed along the trail. It was busier than I expected it to be in December, about a dozen campers; 2 others drove into the area I parked in. Plenty of spots though