August 24, 2021 - reviewed by The MONTER'S
Water does not mean you can use a hose. There are no garden hose ends on the faucet.
Some pull thru's can accommodate over 35' and some back-ins only allows 10' so judge and look at the photo BEFORE you make a reservation. Some traffic noise but not bad or continuous at night. North area has taller trees for shade and south end has better tables, pits, and concrete.
July 13, 2020 - reviewed by Vancampo
Between Moab And Valley Of The Gods
We came in from southwest Colorado & stayed here several days and primarily used it to explore Valley of the Gods & Needles District of Canyonlands National Park moving into downtown Moab. It is perfectly located for either of these two locations. The sites are large & neat. I recommend trying to get on the outside of the loops rather than the interior. The interior sites are kind of clumped up on each other. On the outside of the loop your site will extend endlessly into the woods. We had a problem with mice trying to get into our RV here, so be warned. The pit toilets were clean and they had added several bottles of 10% bleach solution so you could spray the room down for Coronavirus. Thankfully nobody stole the bottles. The only negative is that the campground feels remote but is bordered by a loud highway. When you are out with the the beautiful dark sky gazing at the moon loud trucks go by, ugh. If you stay here you have to explore Valley of the Gods, just take plenty of water!
October 1, 2018 - reviewed by Minn
Loved it!! Nice pull thru site. Out near field where we watched deer and beautiful sunset. Well maintained. Nice fire ring and picnic table. Easy access off 191. Very scenic. Nice campground hosts!! Enjoyed very much. Good price too. Would highly recommend!! Stayed September 29,2018.
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by ken burns
Online reservations said 45 ft. Site length. We shall see.