January 10, 2022 - reviewed by saundra and jimmy
fall of 2020
this is just an awesome place to stay . when we were there he had fresh water and a dump station just waiting on power. bit omg the place is in the best place the views from the camp site are amazing.
we will be back just a heads up
May 31, 2021 - reviewed by Dave
My stay at Sevenmiler park in Moab was outstanding, owner and staff are all top notch and accommodating. If your looking for a quite park away from the lights, this is it. Large all pull thru electric sites, 20,30 and 50amp plugs at each site. With lots of space in between. Set way back from road. Potable water fill and dump stations (water is trucked in). 33 reservable dry camping sites with pull thru and backin. All sites have plentiful space between sites. Also has a 1st come 1st served lot in the front for overnight with self pay kiosk. The office staff is great, and the owner is on site every day and is great to deal with. I stayed here and will definitely return. 4 miles from Arches national park and 1 mile from the road to Canyonlands national park. Gemini Bridges off road trail is on property leading to several other trails.
April 25, 2021 - reviewed by 9pilot
70 for electric only....30 for dry...went for dry camping tonight. Beautiful views, but by the highway and train tracks....the view makes up for that. Nice wide gravel site. Posted a pic...
Would definitely stay here again.
March 29, 2021 - reviewed by Bob
Amazing, quiet campsite with 60 sites surrounded by beauty. Either dry camping for $40 or huge 85ft electric sites for $70-$80 a night with dump station & potable water available. Only 4 miles from Arches National Park, 7 miles from Gemini Bridges, 8 miles from downtown Moab & 30 miles of mountain bike trails available within 5 minutes of campsite. Day parking also available for $5
October 24, 2020 - reviewed by Terry
Amazing views, quiet, major trails for mtn bike/4x4 access, super large pull through sites can easily accommodate 45 ft rigs towing a hauler. Water available, dump site, wired for electrical which should be complete soon. Close to town but far enough out to avoid the crowds. Owner is fantastic. Can't wait to return next year.
October 4, 2020 - reviewed by bear
diamond in the rough!
rebuilding the park. power to most sites in progress. location between Arches and Canyonlands park entrances. very few power sites. BIG RIG FRIENDLY. ever thought about boondocking a big rig, start here! great views and great owner. over tracks past "keep out" sign to big rig sites. next to no train noise
March 20, 2019 - reviewed by Paige
Nice spot! Super close to the entrance of Arches NP. $30 a night or $5 for day parking. Sites are all one size and look like they can fit any size RV. Can call ahead or the site has a pay station at the front.
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by Lance Arbogast
Owner super nice we stayed 3 nights in reserve spots, they are through gates marked reserve we have 45' motorhome with 30' trailer and still had 20' left to park spaces have to be 100' very nice set up this is dry camp , owner has plan for full service you should call ahead.
October 13, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
This is a privately owned RV park that has flat spaces for any leangth rv, pull throughs and back in spots. No water so bring pleanty. The nearby parks with full hookups are $50 and up a night. If your going to arches or canyonland this place in right in the middle. For $15 a night you can't beat the location, price and views.