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I loved this campground. I actually stayed at the lower big bend camp. Its right next to the upper big bend camp. I payed $20 a night for 5 nights. Bargain! I have a small teardrop trailer and it was perfect. No shore power or water hook ups but who needs that anyway lol. Zero cell service for…
Big rig friendly. Full hook ups, laundry, bathrooms. Clean, friendly. We were in spot 3 so was very close to road. Owner puts on a quick draw show for the guests twice a week and was fun. Discount for cash
Great location. Beautiful scenery. Amazing sun sets. There are plenty of sites to pitch a tent/park and rv at. I spent a night in a tent. There was one rv a few sites down from me and another tent across the park. Extremely quiet spot. Highly reccomend.
I was a little disappointed by how low the reservoir was, compared to the photos when I made the reservation, but considering how dry things have been, I can't really get mad. The campground itself is huge, and absolutely gorgeous. I rented a group site and was happy to see how clean it was, and…
We came off the Rimrocker trail and spent a night here. The river was high and fast, but we still managed to enjoy ourselves in it, with caution! This campground is amazing! They're slowly working on making it a spot that is comfortable and welcoming. New shade trees have been planted, tons of…
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Campground was beautiful! Large sites, beautiful views, clean, awesome camp hosts. Trail from campground to beautiful overlook. Close to Moab, Arches, Canyonlands.
Campground is clean, has great views, and easy access. Sites are close together but that didn’t matter.
We were fortunate enough to book this campground for one night on July 4th. There are great views of the mountains and arches that you can walk to from your campsite. The amphitheater where they hold events is right in front of a large arch. The bathrooms are clean and well placed so it isn't too…
Was hotter than Hell on arrival, but thankfully cooled down enough to need a light blanket in my tent. Pitched my tent closer to the river, stars were amazing. Traffic very minimal, but starts early in the morning. Beautiful views & nice to hear the water (Colorado River).
The views were nice and our site had good shade. The pool was also nice, we visited in early June and it was already triple digits. The only con for us was the unleveled gravel pads. Our pad took a pretty big dip towards the front which was not fun to set up.
We camped at the Bobcat campground in Sand Flats recreation area. The sites are roomy and site 1 is fairly level. They all have beautiful views of red rock walls. There is no shade as you would expect for this area. They have pit toilets and hand sanitizer but the flies in the bathroom were…
We spent two nights at this campground and found good spots both nights, the road goes on for a while and there are plenty of spots. If you want a good spot/spot closer to the entrance definitely try to arrive a bit before sunset. This spot is very close to Arches National Park and the Canyonlands…
Free campsite, about 45 min or so from Moab. We needed a 4 wheel drive to reach it. The map took us through this park for a while and we were skeptical, but the views were incredible and SO worth it!
So much to explore and there are some great camping areas. Both day trips and camping stays are an excellent experience!
Lots of places to camp, not too secluded however great energy and free area on camp outside of Moab!