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Moab Guide
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The best camping spots near Moab, Utah.

Prepare your jaw to be dropped: Moab's red rock formations are some of the finest in the world.

Devils Garden Campground
Brian
Brian: View was unforgettable. Me and my wife booked one night at site 24 and regretted not staying longer....
Sand Flats Recreation Area Campground
Lindsay
Lindsay: This campground had some very cool spots along huge boulders, which we climbed to see the sunset and...
Get ready for the time of your life: camping in Moab is simply amazing, in that otherworldly kind of way. Tucked away in southeastern Utah, Moab is home to both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, meaning you’ll never fall short on opportunities for adventure. Enjoy an epic hike, a mountain bike ride, a Colorado River rafting adventure, backcountry camping mission, or the Read more...
Get ready for the time of your life: camping in Moab is simply amazing, in that otherworldly kind of way. Tucked away in southeastern Utah, Moab is home to both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, meaning you’ll never fall short on opportunities for adventure. Enjoy an epic hike, a mountain bike ride, a Colorado River rafting adventure, backcountry camping mission, or the opportunity to spot historical indigenous rock art or dinosaur tracks. The national parks aren’t Moab’s only highlights – you’ll find panoramic views of stunning geologic formations above the Colorado River at Dead Horse Point State Park (where you can camp in a yurt), and alpine forests, lakes, and streams within the La Sal Mountains. To stay in Arches National Park, set your hipcamping sights upon Devils Garden campground. Within Canyonlands National Park, you’ll find two campground options to choose from. You'll also find plenty of campsites within state parks, national forests, and private campgrounds.
Dead Horse Point Campground
Steve
Steve: If you want to really get away from the hubbub of Moab, including the traffic, this is the place! It's...
Upper Onion Creek Campground
Ryan
Ryan: This is a beautiful place to camp, off the beaten path so you will avoid most of the tourists visiting...
Arches National Park is home to the largest concentration of sandstone arches in the world.
Willow Flat Campground
Swift
Swift: Use Willow Flats Campground as base-camp before you drop in on the White Rim Trail: 102 miles of...
Squaw Flat Campground
Pierre
Pierre: Squaw Flat is one of the best public campgrounds I've stayed at! Beautiful, peaceful, clean and...
Remember the film where James Franco cut his arm off? That was based on adventurer Aron Ralston, who got stuck in a Canyonlands slot canyon.
Horsethief Campground
Greg
Greg: Great location for a Moab trip. Less than 30 minutes to Arches, Dead Horse, and Canyonlands. ...
Drinks Canyon Camping Area
Pierre
Pierre: This camp or the other ones along the Colorado, are a nice alternative if you don't have a reservation...
Acclaimed author and environmental activist Edward Abbey wrote 'Desert Solitaire' about his time as an Arches park ranger in the 1950s.
King's Bottom Campground
Ryan
Ryan: King's Bottom Campground is on the south side of the Colorado River, west of Moab and near the...
Ken's Lake Campground
Jesse
Jesse: Nice campsite for RVs or tents just outside of Moab. There are sites close to the lake if you like to...
Moab's Slickrock Trail is known to be one of the most technical mountain biking trails in the world.
Goose Island Campground
Todd
Todd: Goose Island is a PERFECT spot to throw up the tents, pop-up, or camper. It's right on the CO River...
Tree-House Tent
Amber
Amber: This is a tent tied off in the trees, suspend in the air about 6 feet off the ground. It holds up to...
Canyonlands was initially inhabited by ancient Puebloans whose dwellings and rock art can still be seen within the park.
Dewey Bridge Campground
Pitch your tent right along the tranquil Colorado River at Dewey Bridge Campground and you’ll spend...
Jaycee Park Campground
You may be a badass rock climber and hiker, but, hey, who doesn’t wanna kick back in a cozy, shady...
Moonflower Camping Area
Hannah
Hannah: Most amazing place I have ever camped! It was quiet, beautiful and only 10 minutes to downtown Moab...
Granstaff Campground
Amber
Amber: We pulled in late at night, not really knowing where we were. When we awoke the next morning, we saw...
William's Bottom Camping Area
If you’re looking to rock climb on the famed sandstone of Moab or test the limits of your off-roading...
Gold Bar Campground
Shaunna
Shaunna: Sorry but I have to disagree. Goldbar is generally over run by large groups of ATV/jeepers and other...
Hunter Canyon/Spring Camping Area
After turning onto Kane Creek Road from Highway 191, carry on for another 7. 8 miles to reach the...
Hal Canyon Campground
Two words come to mind when we think of Hal Canyon Campground: peaceful and convenient. Panoramic...