CAMPING NEAR ARCHES NATIONAL PARK! Hike, bike or take it off-road and explore the arches, towers, pinnacles, and balanced rocks at Arches National Park. Cool off at our pool and splash pad, or let the kids loose on the playground.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
DO NOT STAY HERE IN SUMMER!!!! We won't ever stay here again for sure. The internet is very slow. If you wish to stream anything you must pay for an extra wifi pkg. The bathrooms are in a metal building with NO air conditioning! It was 101 degrees the day we left. Needless to say, not only did I burn my hand on the door knob but, I was dripping with sweat almost before I could use the facilities. Washers and driers are nice but there is nowhere to hang or fold clothing. The showers were VERY small they too were not air conditioned and were VERY hot. The older lady that I dealt with in the front office was rude and abrasive. She spent 1/2 her time on a golf cart looking for rule violations. She didn't say anything to us but offended the people next to us so badly they left early. We went to the store at 2 minutes to 8 one morning to purchase ice. Again the older lady was rude "You can't have ice. We don't open till 8:00." Why not something like: "I'm in the process of opening, if you don't mind waiting a minute..." We didn't want to be outside even when the temperature would come down in the evening because the next parking spot's sewer was 3 ft from the picnic table and grill. With our slides out we had to step over the neighbors sewer line to get to our camper door. This is the worst RV park we've ever stayed in. We are avid travelers and I have never left anything but positive reviews for the places we've stayed. I always try to find the positive and leave reviews accordingly. The only positive thing I can say here is that if one can stay when the temperatures are not in the 90's and one can avoid the lady riding around on the golf cart then staying here might be tolerable.
Do not buy gas at their gas pumps, because their price is .64 cents more than stations on Hwy 191. Our reservation was for site 38, which was occupied when we arrived, so they put us in site 53. We were jammed between small campers that had their vehicles & items spread all over, and very close to us. The highway noise was so loud we didn't get any sleep. Awful place!
We stayed here 4 nites. We were in a premium front row site. We woke up to a beautiful view. The Wi-Fi worked well for us. There was a major screw up with our reservation so we got a nice discount that we didn't ask for and help moving to the correct site.
We didn't use restrooms, etc. but the rest of the park was clean & well maintained. It was nice to be out of town. It was very quiet. We will definitely stay here again. Only complaint is the ATVs with noisy modified exhaust. Wanted to shove a potato up tail pipe. Not the parks fault.
“Resort” type campground. All transient pull-thru sites. Park has store, pool, and kiddie splash area. Gas station on site with gasoline and diesel fuel. Park has multiple unisex sink/toilet/shower rooms which were clean. Laundry has 6 each washers & dryers. Part of the park is set up specifically for tents. The sites are hard packed dirt/gravel and essentially level. About two miles from the Arches National Park entrance and one half mile from the highway leading to Canyonlands National Park (20 miles away). Excellent wifi coverage.
This would have been a nice Campground except for the young woman working the counter and answering the phone. Since the address does not work for GPS, we had to call to get directions. Her directions were purposely vague & she acted like we were a burden to her for calling and asking for directions in the first place. As it happens, the Campground is located at a mile marker 137 on US. Highway 191 which is right at the entrance. Would like to note that we made three phone calls to the Campground trying to get clarification on her vague directions and the mile marker wasn't mentioned to us during any of these calls. My wife tried to give her this information during registration in order to help others in the future, but she acted like she couldn't care less and was just there for the pay check.
Additionally, a Chevron station is part of the facility & they are price gouging anyone who purchases diesel fuel there. They are 80 cents per gallon more expensive that other fuel stations in Moab which is only 10 minutes away.
Good Sam Club should be embarrassed to have their name associated with this facility.
Stayed 4 nights. 11 miles to Moab. 6 miles to Arches. About as close as you can get to Dead Horse and Canyons NP. Full hooks. Big rigs fine. 50 amp that actually works. this is high dessert and a little dusty.
Good spot to camp if you are planning to visit the parks or do some riding on the many off road trails. We stated here 5 nights. The campground is all gravel but not too dusty. The parking is spacious. We did use the laundry room and the machines were good and the room was clean. The campground is just off the main highway but road noise was not bad. You are about 8 miles from downtown Moab. Would stay here again.
Beautiful location with scenic sites, downside is that it is close to the highway so the road noise level is high. Restroom facilities are roomy, warm and clean. No grass to be found for pets. ATVs are common place, so that can be an issue. Friendly staff and nice store.
Beautiful location with a view of the North and South Windows in Arches National Park. Wide spaces with plenty of room. We experienced very low water pressure and wifi services that was unreliable. Park folks were helpful and friendly.
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