June 3, 2022 - reviewed by 2dogsrv
This was a very clean campground ( the hosts actually rake the gravel and wipe down the picnic tables when getting ready for the next visitors)! Very quiet. I enjoyed walking the West Rim Trail to the overlook. The trail was well maintained. I would definitely stay here again.
November 4, 2021 - reviewed by Geoff D.
So Quiet. Amazing Place!
What an amazing park / campground! We bailed on our noisy site down in Moab and moved up here and glad we did! So quiet and peaceful. The park is amazing and the stargazing is off the charts. Camp hosts were very friendly and really kept it immaculate. Sites are spacious, paved, level, and have a covered picnic table. It’s 30/50 electric only, so remember to fill your water tank. There is a dump station.
Side note, we were there in November, so the temps were mild. Not a lot of shade, so summer months might be really hot.
July 14, 2021 - reviewed by Les
Great Park Great Views
$50 per night. Stayed 6 nights in mid June. Great location for day trips to Canyonlands And Arches. Nice flush toilets and community sink for dishes. Plenty of room for our tear drop but could be tight for very large RV’s.
Views in park are similar to Canyonland. We stayed in Kayenta which I liked better than Wingate.
March 18, 2021 - reviewed by samantha Chen
Pricey But Awesome Spot
Cost was $50 ($58 if reserved online). Stayed at Kayenta. Pricey for partial hookup. No water,no sewer, just electricity. There was hot water in the restrooms. No showers. Depending on your size trailer it can be a bit tight. We had a 90 degree angle to back up our 25 foot trailer in so it took a couple of tries.
It took 45 minutes to get to Arches but minutes to Canyonland.
Dead horse State Park was beautiful by itself.
November 8, 2019 - reviewed by Big Al’s Airstream
Dark Skies Bright Stars
Stayed 3 nights in Wingate #46 had view of mountains. The sites near #25 have best sunsets but they are all good. $40
November’s the time to visit, no crowds, no reservations and beautiful weather.
The dump station has non-potable water which I’m guessing is the same water they truck into the rest of the facilities.
July 15, 2019 - reviewed by Tony
Kiwis From Down Under
Loved this camp great sites for 5th wheel concrete level and shelters over table bring water near the fantastic sights
June 10, 2019 - reviewed by A. York
We love staying at this State Park. Clean, with power and a dump station. Close proximity to the National Parks and Moab. Best to reserve in advance.
April 22, 2019 - reviewed by Kelly
I Have No Words!
There are no words to describe how beautiful this park is! The campground is one of the best we’ve stayed at. Clean, quiet, peaceful! There is a very nicely covered picnic table and grill at each site on a nice concrete pad. Would definitely stay again! The only thing that would make it better is water in the park. Still worth filling before coming in. Slightly unleveled, but we made it work.
March 28, 2019 - reviewed by Poppy
Fun Adventures In Moab
This park has has two campgrounds; Keyenta and Windward. Windgate is new, so the sites are big and can accommodate any site rig. While Kayenta is older, the sites are small and mostly are back in sites. Big rigs should go to Windgate. Both campgrounds are close to each other. They both offer the same view. It’s a bit colder here. The RV sites offers electric only, tent sites are dry camping. I camped at Windgate in my campervan. Some restrooms are flush toilets, while some restroom are pit toilets. Every rv site offer a fire ring, picnic table, and a shade.
Love the place
July 25, 2018 - reviewed by Lee S.
There are electric hookups 30/50 amp, and dump stations. But we had to bring our own water in that we got at one of the Maverick's in Moab (that also has free dumping and water fill up).
July 1, 2016 - reviewed by April
No Water Or Electric Hookups
According to the website there are no hookups here.