October 14, 2022 - reviewed by Dawn
We've stayed before... doesn't disappoint! Now added pay with credit...love! And you can get firewood from the hosts! Dry camping but amazing sites with picnic tables, fire rings, pit toilet.
September 19, 2020 - reviewed by Robyn Adkins
We stayed two nights the first week of September. We didn’t plan ahead, no reservations, but found a good spot both evenings. Sites are spaced out pretty well and fairly secluded. Nice picnic tables and awesome fire rings. It was quiet both nights. $20, self pay station. No water, no electricity. Does have toilets.
September 19, 2020 - reviewed by Bambooman
Moab was jam-packed. If you are done with Arches park and heading to Canyon Lands. This is the place to stay. You can even make it your home base. Half price with senior pass. Had cell service. Verizon
September 10, 2020 - reviewed by Dawn
Enjoyed our stay close to canyon lands visitor center and dead horse state park. $20 a night ..pit toilets but very clean and not smelly. Sites are large and well maintained...superb!
May 22, 2019 - reviewed by K. Roberts
Loved the campground- it was central to Arches and Canyonlands and Moab. The sites were large and pretty secluded. There are vault toilets but they were pretty clean. The only downside is that there is no running water, but we still loved it here!
May 18, 2019 - reviewed by RBurgett
Great Dry Camping
We came for two nights and stayed for three. Nice large sites on a first come basis. Beautiful sunsets. $20 a night but with senior access pass it was only $10. We toured Arches, Canyonlands and Moab. No water, no dump station so fill up before coming
September 20, 2017 - reviewed by Mary
Sept 19,2017. Open flat juniper and pinion forest pit toilets clean. Close access to canyonlands park. Well maintained. No water. Would stay again.
May 10, 2017 - reviewed by Alina
Arrived at 12:40 and there were only a few spots left. Mix of RVs, campervans, and tents. The bathrooms were clean (just a pit toilet, but well maintained). Check out is at 12. The cost is $15 cash. We paid for our spots, hung the tag on our post, and left some chairs up while we were away. We have a campervan, so the site otherwise would have seemed empty when we left. The host advised us to do that, to hopefully keep someone from trying to steal our spot while away. No one took our spot, thankfully.
This is a popular campground for mountain bikers, and there are several trails closeby.
If you get a spot along the right edge of the campground you'll get to enjoy a nice sunset as well.