So you've booked one of our Campervans and now you need to find a place to camp! This is a list of some of our favorites around Moab:
Sand Flats Recreation Area- excellent views with access to hiking and biking trails. Limited shade in Summer, but sunny in Spring and Fall. Vault toilets/no running water. RESERVABLE
BLM river campsites- Check out Goose Island, Grandstaff, Drinks Canyon, Oak Hall, Big Bend, Kings Bottom, Jaycee Park, and Williams Bottom. These all are great options if the weather is a bit warm. Vault toilets/No running water. NON-RESERVABLE
Other BLM sites- North Klondike, Horsetheif. Both of these sites have access to biking and hiking trails. Limited shade in the Summer, but sunny in Spring and Fall. Vault Toilets/No running water. NON-RESERVABLE
Deadhorse Point State Park- Camping with amazing views. Reserve your campsite well in advance. Flush toilets/Showers/Running Water. RESERVABLE
Canyonlands and Arches National Park- Campsites are great with good access to hiking. Again, you will need to reserve your campsite well in advance. RESERVABLE
Willow Springs Campgound- This is a great overflow area with good access to biking trails. Vault Toilets/No Running Water. NON-RESERVABLE
We recommend booking a campsite at a reservable spot if visiting on a weekend during the Spring or Fall when it is busiest. Otherwise, campsites can usually be found on a first come-first serve basis during the off-season (Summer/Winter) and mid-week (Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday).
Contact us if you cannot locate any campsites and we may be able to help you out!
Please note- if you plan on camping outside of an established campground, there are very limited option available in the greater Moab area, and you must have a portable toilet system. We rent both flushing and non- flushing systems for a small fee.