Primitive campsites were secluded and surrounded by the trees. The trees were needed as there was a ton of wind that day. We were close to some of the horse corrals which was an added bonus as we don’t typically see that sort of things. Clean toilet/shower facilities.
Just reinforcing the last guys’ review and I don’t have much to add. Met one of the caretakers and he was super friendly and helpful. We also had to contact them two days before arriving and they provided great customer service. Facilities are well kept and there is laundry and a sink outside the shower house to wash dishes. Also tent sites have potable water spigots. I like the tent set up where you can camp up top or down below. We tent in the bed of our truck and were able to park and have a picnic table and fire ring right next to us.
Covid precautions taken seriously here and in all of Moab which makes us feel more comfortable.
We sleep in a tent and you can park your car and pitch at a lower section. We camp in a tent in the bed of our truck and this didn’t work for us but the owner allowed us to switch to an available RV site. The grounds are well maintained and the bathroom and shower is really nice—like new build home nice. Super spacious bathroom and shower but there’s only one. There would be two but one was out of commission. Mostly RV spots but about 5 tent spots. Bring ear plugs as it’s right off a state route that makes a lot of noise. Great customer service and we liked the proximity to Zion and Cedar Breaks.
Stayed last night and I get it was a Saturday but the campers had no respect for quiet hours. There was a large party going until about 1130. The party was further up the campground but a group of three or for came and hung out right next to my tent waking up my wife and I. After 20 minutes I asked them if “they were done” because it was loud and disturbing. A male in the group tried to get me to come outside and fight him. I of course did not but his attempts continued on for sometime. My wife noticed there were multiple loud conversations going on across the campground. I see a previous post about camp hosts. I can only assume they were a part of that party or just failed to keep the peace and quiet I search for when camping.
Very helpful staff. Driving through and tried to book online day of but you’re not able to. Called in and employee told me there was plenty of camping if we showed up late. Told me the park gate closes at 9 but it wasn’t locked and the sign said campers may enter until 10, just open and close the gate yourself. Quite hours start at 10 and it was silent.
Parked and rented in the RV area. S’mores loop is on a slant so I wouldn’t say they are the best campsites but the others were flat. Very clean facilities. Showers and flushing toilets. Great access to the lake and some good trees to hang a hammock. Some parks seem like RVs are on top of each other but not here. They are spread a decent distance. Spoke with an employee in the morning and they just seem to excel in customer service. The lake was gorgeous.