The campground offers both vehicle-based and walk-in sites located in a spectacular canyon setting. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The narrow canyons offer shade much of the day. The Hunter Canyon Hiking Trail is in a beautiful canyon setting with large cottonwood trees, steep canyon walls, a natural arch and a free-flowing stream in the spring.
Individual Sites: 7 (limited to 10 people & two vehicles per site); Water: No; Toilets: Yes;Hook-ups: No.
This Bureau of Land Management Campground was pretty affordable (first come first serve in the area we were, however there are reservable sites along the canyon as well) while I visited Arches and Canyonlands. Beautiful red rock everywhere and pretty exciting driving through the canyon to the tent site. Double Triple quadruple check your tent is staked into the ground firmly, Moab winds and that canyon will blow it away! Hammer those stakes in and roast some marshmallows 🔥
Middle of no where, perfect. No one really comes out here even thought there’s plenty of sites. The downside is finding a spot with some shade. We usually try and leave before sunrise and and get there around sunset spending most of the days hiking around the amazing places!!