This camp ground site was well used but we came in late and were able to grab a spot. Luckily we visited off season. I bet this campground is very popular in the summer time. Highly recommend. We camped at 301 and there were vaulted toilets by the site.
This camp ground offered their loop B open to first come, first serve. There were a ton of spots as we rolled in around 11pm on April 12th. There were vaulted bathrooms and an inexpensive $20 fee to camp. I highly recommend if you need a spot to stay before hiking Rocky Mountain National. There were some elk visitors too!
So many camp sites. First come first serve. We camped on a Friday night there seemed to be tons to choose from. Views for miles. Mountain biking for miles. Must camp if you’re in Moab area. You need a 4x4 vehicle to access. ATV Trails too! This does cost but it’s worth every cent. Bathrooms were decent condition. Highly recommended.
Wow, this was better then expected. Free camping. We rolled in around sundown and did some slow careful driving in our outback till we found a site on the 2nd loop. I wouldn’t recommend camping in the rain but dry the roads in we’re doable for a variety of vehicles. Tons of mountain biking too!