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Exactly what it is. Off main road camping. Be careful some access roads are rough but depending on Rv very cool views and places to boondock
So much to explore and there are some great camping areas. Both day trips and camping stays are an excellent experience!
WENT LOOKING FOR THIS ON AND PER RANGER THIS IS CLOSED AND NO DATE TO REOPEN TO PUBLIC. IT WAS CLOSED DUE TO BEING MISUSED, TRASHED, AND PEOPLE DUMPING THIER TANKS ON THE GROUND.
10 min drive to Arches. Very close to Canyonlands. Spent two nights here. Great views, we were there Memorial day weekend so it was really full. Easy to find a spot when we pulled in around 6pm but many people were still pulling in after 9 so we had some new neighbors. Great for a free spot.…
we showed up after dark with no reservation. it’s pretty much a giant gravel parking lot with designated camping spots (that you can’t see in the dark and i think i ended up camping rogue style). great views though. millions of stars at night and mountains to look at in the morning. courthouse rock…
we arrived late so not many spots left but camped off a road a couple miles east
Dispersed camping just off the road. Room for 5 or more tents. 38.48069 -109.68732.
This is near potash mine/processing. The mine property has no trespassing signs. Many dispersed camp sight near this one, but I think this one has the best views.
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Stayed here for two nights in May on our travels to the east coast. Great Bathrooms....wonderful showers and clean! Sites are pretty level and nice electric, water and sewer hook ups. Very nice young lady who checked us in. Eat at The Granary if you have a chance. Pub in an old grain…
Very accessible for 40+ ft. Class A. Paved entry from the main road. Large, flat lot. Great views. Dinosaur prints! Easy access to Moab, Arches, and Canyonlands.
We stayed here two nights while visiting Moab. Not a bad spot but it gets PACKED which is kind of annoying.
Awesome views and so many options for campers! We saw RVs and camper and and cats and vans and ATVs. There’s paths for everyone and lots of availability
Many campsite have amazing views of the valley or the monument. Many sites had really unlevel spaces. Creative leveling required. Not designed for big rigs or 5th wheels. Nice canyon rim hikes right from the campsite.
Close to arches, canyonlands and dead horse. Nice for a free campground to have portapotties spread out along the road. People tended to share camp spots when I was there. Perfect for car camping but you may have some loud neighbors. Great place to stay near Moab with pretty views as well. Cant get…
Anywhere on potash road is the perfect free camping. Very close to amazing climbing. Hot during the summer like everywhere in southern Utah. No signs that day free camping but, it is fact free. Dispersed great for big groups or all alone. Dogs allowed. Bring lots of water. Don’t forget to look at…
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In-town camping well done. Tight, but shaded and quaint camping on level gravel and sand pads and roads; larger RV sites have paved pads; many tent only sites have solid shade structures). Quick access to Arches and Canyonlands (north), Dead Horse Point SP, Sand Flats/Slickrock/Porcupine Rim, and…