August 14, 2023 - reviewed by Ron
This is the second time at this KOA. Both times the sites where very uneven and the front wheels of our motorhome where off the ground. Not recommended for a stay.
October 17, 2022 - reviewed by Blair
Nice Place To Relax
October is busy in Moab. Most RV campgrounds are full.
We liked this spot, though the sites were close together. Restrooms were nice. We used the pool and the laundry. We would stay again.
December 15, 2021 - reviewed by Nolsgrad82
Base Camp for Arches and Canyonlands
Expensive but that is the going rate for the Moab area. I just booked it again for next Spring. Nice spots for all sized rigs. Has a pool and a hot tub and a store with snacks and ice cream. Dog friendly with 2 dog parks. (One for small dogs and one for bigger dogs). Looking forward to this Spring. Great access to Island in the Sky region of Canyonlands. A little further to the Canyonlands Needles district. However, it is a long ways from the Maze district of Canyonlands. I used to hang out here a lot when I was younger but it has become so much more popular with the tourist since then. Despite this I still love this area. It is a magical place.
October 12, 2021 - reviewed by Seattle Dave
Overpriced And Crowded
For $80 plus per night, I would have thought the site would be at least level. Very tight spots, poor WiFi, some cell coverage but not great. The area has a bit of gravel, but mostly dirt. So when anyone drives by it’s quite dusty. At checkin they emphasized 5 mph for safety and dust control, but even their employees in golf carts didn’t obey the speed limit. There are many camps at Moab, so choose another.
May 11, 2021 - reviewed by JerryR
We stayed here to visit Arches, Canyonlands, and Dead Horse Point Our site 69 was relatively level with good access to the utilities. Unfortunately we could not connect to campground WiFi. We were in a dead spot. The WiFi throughout the campground appeared to be above average. However we had none
The restroom/ shower is very nice. The laundry is nice and clean. The $89/night is a bit much especially without the WiFi.
We stayed in a 30 ft motor home
September 11, 2020 - reviewed by Kelly H
Very nice But Pricey
The grounds are very nice. Close enough to town but far enough away so that you don’t hear ATV’s all day and night. Friendly staff. But pricey. Would stay at again though.
July 8, 2020 - reviewed by Lowinsure
Decent But Expensive
Stayed 2 nights. Expensive but a decent park. Nice pool. Lots of kids. Clean but dusty. Site was a little small for or 32 ft 5th wheel and truck. We have 3 slides. Nice shade trees. Opposite end of Moab than arches park.
May 3, 2019 - reviewed by Leo
We checked out two other RV parks but they were full. Did not expect that
t many campers at the end April. We stopped at KOA and felt lucky to get a spot. So decided to pay the $84.00 for one night! Double the amount that we had been paying. The place is nice and if you don't mind paying the cost, go for it.
March 26, 2019 - reviewed by Mrs Bowman
We enjoyed our stay at Moab KOA. The staff was friendly and helpful and the sites are level and generously sized. The laundry was clean with plenty of machines, although a bit pricey at $2 each to wash or dry. Easy access from UT-191 and the park was easy to navigate in our big rig. Pretty views in every direction. The location is convenient to Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. I’d give it 5 stars except the dog rules aren’t enforced - we encountered at least one off-leash dog on most days of our visit. I’d stay here again.
November 17, 2018 - reviewed by L Lawrence
Stayed there 1 night. WiFi is non existent. Nice dog run. Don't pay with credit card. When we got home we noticed they charged us $10.00 for being late leaving. 45 minutes over. Never ever been charged by any KOA for that.
August 19, 2018 - reviewed by CSW
Good rving sites here nice there a pool nice A little road noise form the road it a nice koa.
August 3, 2018 - reviewed by Peeklay
Great Pool, Solid KOA, Pricey
We stayed here twice on our way to and from Lake Powell. It is a solid KOA that us kept up. The pool is very nice so the kids loved that.
Like most KOA it is close to the highway. There is a newer section that doesn't have much shade (pull through a in the 100s)
July 23, 2018 - reviewed by Bdj
July 9, 2018 - reviewed by Aylsworth
Camp host rude and not willing to be commenting, the rules said no one can check in before 1 pm even if the camp is have empty. We went down the road.
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by FairyMuchInLove
Better Call Ahead!
Stayed May 30- June 1, 2018.
We had site #102
We had reservations made ahead of time. So glad we did! It was a busy place! We did request a shady spot! Guess they consider the baby trees big enough for shade! We made it work! Look at pic of RV w cones nearby. You will see the shade trees we got!
The place is beautiful! The new pool is stunning! The Hot Tub was wonderful! The dog run is all sand and dirt, dogs didn't mind a bit! They have it sectioned off for small dogs and large dogs! The laundry room was clean, as were the bathhouses. They are quite a walk away from our spot! The views were great and the staff was nice. Very helpful. Camp store is well stocked w needs and souvenirs. Just very expensive! We took advantage of day hours while everyone is out taking in the sites, so we could enjoy the pool and hot tub with very few kids. All the kids were well behaved too, it was the adults who need refresher course on manners! Would stay there again!
September 15, 2017 - reviewed by Andrea
We were fortunate enough to stay in one of the cabins after tent camping in KOA's across the country.It felt like a " deluxe apartment in the sky"! Lots of amenities inside and out. It was very peaceful and quiet and the views are gorgeous,They have a very friendly staff. I highly recommend! A great place to relax after seeing Canyonlands and Arches.
September 5, 2017 - reviewed by David
We stayed in one of their deluxe sights which was a back in 50amp lot with views of the hills, the sight also had a new Webber gas grill, a table and 4 chairs plenty of shade and a wooden swing. They are currently building a new swimming pool which is quite large plus laundry facilities. The staff were very helpful and friendly
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Dawn
Ok But Needs Improvement.
Dirt every where. No grass especially in the dog park. The hot sand burns the dogs pads. The gravel used in the roadways was coarse, not good for walking. The kids playground was also all dirt and the few pieces of equipment could use improvements. The restrooms and showers were clean. There was several camp kitchens and dumpsters throughout the grounds. It was quiet. The Wi-Fi was nonexistent. Could not get on all night. No laundry as they were upgrading it and adding a better pool. Will be nice when it's done.
March 15, 2017 - reviewed by Ted
We stayed at this park for 3 nights. Staff is great, very helpful and friendly. Our spot was easy to get into with everything easy for our camper, had to do a little leveling but no big deal. Wifi works great. Showers and bathrooms were nice and clean. Quiet location. Owners were still doing a lot of upgrades, so it should only get better. Very pet friendly, nice dog runs and walking areas. Compared to other places in Moab I think it's location matches them.
October 4, 2016 - reviewed by Graybeard
OK, But Not Up To Expectations
Quite, gravel sites. My water was on the correct side, but the electricity was way across under my trailer on the other side. I had to jocky back and forth to get both to reach. The wifi was unacceptable. You could connect, but the it would THEN drop you. I went to complain and was told there were too many people streaming. They then disrupted everybody by kicking them all off the router. While I was still there, some one else came in to complain, and they did it again. No wonder No one could stay connected long enough to download their e-mail. This continued all night. My site did not have a TV connection, the answer was sorry!