I’ve stayed at this campground many times while visiting Moab and love this spot! It’s about 15 minutes from downtown Moab on Potash Rd, so the drive is always beautiful and convenient. There are so many campgrounds to choose from on this road but this is one of my favorites. Right next to the road so it’s a little noisy at times, but being right on the river with the Corona Arch hike right across the street is amazing. One pit toilet. Spots are pretty large and spread out with some near the river and others closer to the road. Awesome campground!
I’ve stayed at this campground a handful of times while visiting Moab and it’s never disappointed. Even in the busy summer months, this place has always seemed to have availability when I needed a spot. The spots are pretty small and tightly packed, but if you don’t mind that it’s a fine campground. They do have a nice pool which is a nice amenity for an affordable and convenient place. Bathrooms and showers centrally located and clean. I would definitely recommend for a night!
This RV park is by far the nicest park I’ve ever stayed at. I’ve had the unique experience of living at this RV park for the last 6 months and my opinion of this place has only gotten better over time. The facilities are very new and always clean, nice big private restrooms with showers, two laundry facilities, two hot tubs and two pools, basketball and other gaming courts, BBQs and fire pits, a small gym and pool hall, and very attentive helpful staff. Huge RV park with a separate 21+ area. If you’re in the area you should definitely come support this place, they really do care about their customers!
This was our first time camping here despite going to Moab on a pretty regular basis. We wanted to camp close to Fisher Towers and get away from the camping chaos of Potash Rd on Jeeper Weekend. This was a bit off the beaten path and was about 45 mins from the center of Moab. The location was amazing with stunning views of Fisher Towers, practically no car/traffic noise since it’s a long dirt road leading up to the campground, and provided an authentic desert experience. One pit toilet and no running water/hookups/amenities here, very primitive. One loop with probably 20 spots; surprisingly it filled up by early evening but it was Jeeper Weekend. Definitely recommend if you want to try another Moab campground away from the popular spots!