Great campsite in the middle of the valley. Great location, close to the shuttle, walking distance to hikes. Short drive to the main stores/restaurants.
Even though just adjacent to the main attractions of the park, the campground is nestled between the mountains. The range towers over you as we cooked, slept, and star gazed. The bathrooms were clean with fresh drinking water. Restaurants were a walking distance away. The park shuttle is super close. Pure convenience after a hard hike.
Great location, easy access to the park, finely kept sites/bathrooms. An obvious choice for a great NP.
A privately run campground seemingly in the middle of no where. Run by an older gentleman who lives across the street. We arrived late night, called him on the house phone from the main building on the rotary phone, # listed when you arrive. He came right over even though it was in the middle of the night on his four wheeler. Checked us in, and let us be. The morning revealed a beautiful, wide open sparse of land he owns, undisturbed by anything but the elements. If you seek quiet, this is the perfect place to go.
We showed up to this site not knowing exactly what it was. It was partly under construction for expansion when we arrived. But the site was still perfect for what we needed. It was probably the most modern placed we stayed. We parked our campervan for a view nights, but the place accommodates RV's, tents, vans, and even hotel like rooms. The main building has laundry, showers, bathrooms, and a beautiful kitchen with dining room. The host was super nice and informative. The NP was but a 5 minute drive away. I always recommend this place when friends go to Moab
The camp is located just across the street from MV. There are numerous clean showers for a charge with flush toilets just located beyond the main store/check in center. We had our pick of the litter as we arrived in early march and were but few people staying the night. The site had your typical picnic bench/fire pit, but we didn't use as it was a bit chilly. We drove across the street to see the sunset over the range from the parking lot. A beautiful use of free time on a clear night. The site was nice a quiet, bathrooms nice and close for a mid-night bio-break. We would definitely come back for the convenience and beauty of this campsite.
We arrived to the beach after dark in our campervan in March. There was no tenant to collect payment, but rather a payment box which we used. The beach itself was empty and but three RV's parked back on land. The location of where to park for the night was difficult to figure out as there are minimal signs, poor night lighting, and no one to ask. If it were busier I'm sure we would've been able to figure it out a bit easier. We finally decided to park near the RV's as I didn't want to get stuck on the beach in the van. I woke up the next morning before dawn and the sunrise over Lake Powell was beautiful. There were no cars on the beach, nothing to distract from my desolation. The only draw back were the bathrooms. At that time of year there are about 10 or so non-flush toilets along the beach, but the majority were locked, so I had to walk the length of the beach to locate one that was open. It was fine, for a toilet. I've heard it's super crowded in the warmer months, but I'd highly recommend going here for an early spring night to bask in the quiet. And for 10$, what a steal.
This campground has everything you'd need for your typical camping trip. We rented a campervan in March and it was perfect. The location itself lends to easy access to the entire park with use of the park shuttle. The bathrooms were clean and at that time of year, never crowded. The campsite itself was not over crowded, we felt like we had our privacy even with full vacancy. I'd definitely come back.