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Red Desert RV Park

8 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Moab, UT
Red Desert RV Park has expanded to 55 full hookup RV sites along with 14 cabins. We are geared towards outdoor adventurists and sightseers wanting a cost-effective stay while taking advantage of everything Moab has to offer! We are locally owned by a family of 8 and love calling Moab our home. We understand the corporate overtaking that Moab has had in the last 5 years and plan to keep our campground affordably priced and locally owned. We have upgraded the old site plan from 7 RV sites to 55 Full Service RV sites this year. Most sites are pull through but we will have some back-ins. Our new bathhouse has a laundry, women's bathrooms and showers, men's bathrooms and showers, and an ADA compliant family style bathroom. In addition to the new bathhouse, we have a new office and retail store where we sell souvenirs, RV supplies, snacks, drinks, ice, firewood, and other necessities for guests. We do not currently have propane fill on site. We know that there are many options to choose from when it comes to staying in Moab. We urge people to support locally owned businesses that help Moab grow and solve problems that exist in our community. Moab is a recreation mecca with something for everyone and our little campground on the south end of the valley puts you within minutes of town, the mountains, and the red deserts around Moab.
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The Views at Gateway

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2000 acres · Gateway, CO
Located on the Dolores river, this property is perfect for hikers, fishing, rafting, or just camping! There is a natural spring just a few miles from the location with drinking water as well. When you stay here you are located right on the river with nothing but places to hike, climb and have fun and there are several options for you to choose from. There is a cabin, an onsite RV, a canvas tent, and BYO tent or RV camping on the land - you can pick whatever suits you best! No matter what, you can fall asleep to the sound of the river after a great night of star gazing! Nearby outdoor points of interest include the Dolores River on property, Hanging Flume which is approx. 20 miles from site, Gateway Canyons Resort Auto museum 7 miles from site, Arches National Park 2 hour drive from site, Colorado national monument 1 hour drive. The Grand Mesa 2 hour drive, Telluride ski resort 2 hour drive! You can find hiking, biking, swimming, paddle board, kayaks, rafting, fishing, tubing, bird watching, star gazing rock climbing, bouldering, all right from the property. All sites are accessible without 4wheel drive. I love where I live and think everyone should be able to experience the peaceful quiet beautiful environment that it is!
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South-40@LaSal Tent and RV Park

4 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · La Sal, UT
The South-40@LaSal Is: quiet, spacious, secluded, secure, and natural! We are located 26 miles southeast of Moab Utah. ( about a 30 minute drive from town or 40 minutes from Arches national Park.) This property is 40 acres of undeveloped Ranch land That borders the remote community of La Sal, Utah. We currently offer four (4) RV spots and several opportunities for tent camping. The RV spots include: Electric hook ups with (50amp, 30 amp, & 20 amp) water hydrants, Wi-Fi Internet, gray water disposal system, and solar powered sanitary vault toilet, Currently there are no sewer hook ups, black water dump . See more pictures and videos on FB at South-40 at LaSal
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Adventure Haven RV

8 sites · RVs1 acre · La Sal, UT
Hello! Please note we are RV's only, and that we do not have restrooms. ALL five sites have FULL hookups and strong WiFi. We are 27 miles south of Moab. Please read to the bottom of this description, we are open about what this place is like and we care about your experience. What kind of people LIKE the Adventure Haven? Those who like peace and quiet and dark skies. Relaxed full-time RVers, work-at-homes who need strong and fast WiFi, folks on a budget, those who like to support Hipcamp hosts, people looking for inside local information, solo travelers who want to feel safe yet not in a crowded place - like they’re near someone they know, and in a quiet, small town where unusual things are noticed. What kind of people DON’T like the Adventure Haven? People on high-pressure vacations who did not read the listing and expected a commercial RV resort. People who are uncomfortable with rural eye-sores (old cars, and slow projects). People who like street lights, sidewalks and curb appeal. Party people and special event groups (not allowed here). Let’s have a pretend conversation to make sure this place is a good fit for you! James and Linda: Hello Hipcamper, did you read our listing? We are overstating things because we care about your experience and we know your trip is important. We are located in a funky rural subdivision that has a wonderful view of beautiful nearby mountains. YOU: Yes we did read it and a rural, working class Utah vibe is fine with us. We’re not expecting a RV resort, we just want to be away from the noise and hustle of Moab, and we’re looking for a good value. What a great view of the mountain! (We’ll just ignore that old trailer across the street in the other direction.) The park has so much open space and only five spots! It is really relaxed. Wow - the WiFi is solid! We can work from home here; it is so reliable and fast (fiber optic). Your insider information on the area will be a great help to us; who could put a value on that? You say the night skies are some of the darkest anywhere? We already feel the freedom here. This place is great! The funky neighborhood is just part of the adventure. James and Linda: Good, we want you to be happy! We like it here, and many other people have grown to love it too; just look at our reviews! ****If you want a long stay and the calendar shows we are full, please contact us because we might be able to work it out! The Adventure Haven is a five site mini-RV park located in an old and sparsely occupied town with a population of about 300. A uranium boom town in the 1950's, La Sal is now a shadow of past times (and littered with artifact trailers and structures). But we are in beautiful high desert country and we are at the foothills of the La Sal Mountains and the park has a completely unobstructed view of this range! All sites have water, sewer, WiFi, and 30 amp electric service (two have 50amp). We also have two fire rings with a view to the mountain, and two portable fire pits. All sites have tables. Our park is new, clean and open with a solid road base surface. Sites can accommodate 40 foot plus units, but all require some backing. The La Sal vibe: as in any rural community, old junk is seen as valuable assets, and "curb appeal" is not in the local vocabulary (actually we don't have curbs or street lights here, and half the town has dirt roads). But it is peaceful here, a refreshing get away. We have some of the darkest skies anywhere, and hours can go by with no traffic at all. Welcome to rural Utah! We have built a tall privacy fence so you don't have to look at our treasure. Looking north and west, the Adventure Haven feels fairly secluded: houses are mostly obscured or out of sight in these directions. A row of large aspen trees is along one side of the camp with our neighbor obscured (when the trees have leaves), but not far away. Two funky old house trailers are visible to the south (just across the street), but camps face North with unobstructed views to the mountain. We are on the very northwest edge of this old community. This is not a place for a late night party, but it is a good place for normal gatherings. (You can stay up late and enjoy the night sky and talk, but if you get wild we will talk with you about it.) People in general find it to be quite nice as well as a good value. The Adventure Haven feels open, public and safe to most people. Funky and rural, in high pristine desert with a sweet view of the mountain is the overall vibe. The Needles district of Canyonlands is about 1 hour from Camp; Moab and Arches National Park are only 35 minutes away, and there are exciting features to explore right in our neighborhood. • Looking Glass Arch, Lopez Arch and Wilson Arch are all about 15 minutes away! • The world-famous motorcycle route, Colorado 90, begins just 12 miles away, with fine scenery all the way. • Hook and Ladder OHV Trail system is less that five miles from the Adventure Haven, the dirt starting in only 2. The Rim Rocker Trail can be accessed from here as well by driving a few miles on pavement. • Forest Service access to the La Sal Mountains is less than 7 miles away for an escape into alpine coolness, with fishing at Medicine Lake 15 miles from here. Note: Only mellow, quiet, and controlled pets are allowed here, and only two per site. Pets must be on a leash and owners must pick up after them. Please tell us about your pet in the booking request. Please consider that this place may not be suitable for your children. The perimeter is well marked, but is not child proof and there are hazards, such as an irrigation ditch, beyond it (running now). We also lack a play area, but there is a nice one at the elementary school 2.5 miles away. Thanks for reading this!
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Earls HideAway

10 sites · RVs, Tents116 acres · Naturita, CO
Learn more about this land:Hi explorers!!! We are explorers ourselves and enjoy sharing our slice of heaven!!! Please remember to be respectful, not only to our land but all land :) After booking, we will call with instructions on how to access the site (there will most likely not be cell service in the area).We are in the Paradox Valley, Dolores River within a mile, Petroglyphs, Western artifacts, Native American artifacts, Red Cliffs, Red Dirt, Peace, Isolation, Calm, Sunshine, Hunting! We have dry RV sites and tent sites. Please BYO supplies and pack out what you pack in. The camping land is a fenced/gated/protected area where you can leave belongings safe while exploring!!!
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Bedrock CO Glamping Tents & RV

20 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Nucla, CO
Bedrock Base Camp: Camp with Purpose Welcome to Bedrock Base Camp, where adventure meets comfort in the heart of stunning Redrock country. Our unique glamping experience offers a serene and secluded getaway. Whether you are enjoying the seclusion of our glamping tents on the upper plateau or the RV experience alongside the meandering Dolores River, Bedrock Base Camp (BBC) is perfect for groups looking to reconnect with nature and each other. Whether you're planning a retreat for yogis, a family reunion, night sky watchers, weddings, motorcyclists, church members, students, or even a movie shoot, the BBC provides an ideal backdrop for your adventures. Accommodations: We can accommodate RVs, DIY tents, and offer Glamping tents thus adding flexibility to your group's camping arrangements. Our 160-acre property features • 10 Glamping tents with beds and an above-ground fire pit on the upper plateau. No water or power. 1 dry flush toilet. (Walking or unimproved SUV access only) • 9 RV sites with power (30-50 amp) on the lower section near Delores River. (7 pull-throughs & 2 back-ins.) Power only (NO water or dumping) • Electricity: The RV area has electricity, allowing Glampers to charge essential devices. • Restrooms: We have one dry flush restroom above in the Glamping tent area and a one porta pottie near the river in the lower section. • DIY Dry camping for groups or individuals with their own camping tents and gear. Glamping Tents: The Glamping tents are perched on a beautiful plateau overlooking the valley and river below. Each tent is nestled under an additional canvas shade, supported by sturdy wood poles. This design not only enhances the rustic charm but also provides extra protection from the elements, ensuring a comfortable stay regardless of the weather. Inside each tent, you'll find a cozy queen bed and a couch that converts into a bunk bed with two twin beds, accommodating up to four guests per tent. Outside of each tent, you’ll find comfortable Adirondack chairs and an above-ground firepit, perfect for cooking or just for unwinding after a day of exploration. Glamping Tent Access: Our desire is to keep our property as natural, as possible. The Glamping area is meant to emulate a rural village existing in a far-off country with only a footpath to access. We prefer that the tent sites be accessed by foot. Either a steep climb of about 40 “stairs” or an easier walk around of about 650 yards. There is an unimproved access road leading to the tents that might be accessible by an AWD SUV but is unadvisable for cars or street motorcycles. ** If you cannot backpack or don’t wish to manage the steep steps or the walk around to the tents or do not have a high clearance 4wd vehicle THIS LOCATION IS NOT FOR YOU, PLEASE DO NOT BOOK. What to Bring to Glamping Tents: To fully enjoy your stay in the BBC Glamping tents, please bring what you would pack if you were backpacking. (minus the tent and bed) • Food and Utensils • Water • Queen sheets or sleeping bags • Sleeping bags for bunks • Fire pits have grates for grilling or heating water Bring needed pots, pans, and utensils. • Firewood (No gathering wood on site!) • Flashlight • Toiletries What not to bring • No pets, Vaping, or Smoking (of any kind) allowed in the Glamping tents Enjoy Quiet time and dark skies: No electronics that could disturb others or artificial light beyond flashlights from 1 hour after sunset to 8 am. Activities and Surroundings: Our expansive camp offers plenty of space for larger groups and is surrounded by breathtaking Redrock landscapes. Explore the wonderful hiking and biking trails nearby, or the hundreds of miles of UTV trails including the Rim Rocker Trail. Or make Bedrock your base camp as you enjoy dozens of day trips to beautiful and bucket-list-worthy locations. Or simply relax and take in the scenic views. Reflect on natural and human history. Go back in time and find a short walk to petroglyphs, then enjoy the sunset as you gaze across the Dolores River which runs through the property. Then go even further back in time and be amazed at the Dark Sky star gazing. With no WIFI and very spotty cell service to distract you, Bedrock Base Camp is an ideal place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature and your companions. Purpose: We established Bedrock Base Camp to support our research efforts at www.WHOlives.org The primary purpose of the property is to bring awareness to the solvable problems that still exist in developing countries around the world and to provide a location and support to college students, engineers, and inventors who have an interest or ideas on how to make our small world a little better and safer place to live. The BBC is an ideal place where anyone can experiment and deploy their ideas on how to improve dry farming, housing, water collection, transportation, emergency shelters, rural economics, water purification, and a myriad of other ideas just waiting to be discovered. We also know that everyday people have some of the greatest ideas, so we also challenge our visitors to think about how they might go about changing the world. It was this free-flowing of ideas that led to the invention of the award-winning “Village Drill” which has drilled over 14,000 wells worldwide, bringing clean, lifesaving water to over 13 million people. This is why we embrace “Camping with purpose” Book your stay at Bedrock Base Camp and experience camping with a purpose. Create lasting memories in a picturesque, tranquil setting that promises both adventure and relaxation. Location • Bedrock, Colorado (On Hwy 90, turn North on the Y-11 road for 1.5 miles.) • Enjoy the Delores River on the property and visit the historic Hanging Flumes • Easy access to hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and off-road driving trails • Float or raft the San Miguel and the Delores Rivers • A short drive to Buckeye Reservoir: Fishing, paddleboarding, tubing, and kayaking • 20-minute drive to Naturita CO. (Grocery shopping, fuel, restaurants, etc.) • 16 miles from the Utah border • 1 hour from Moab • 90 minutes from Telluride • 5 hours from Salt Lake City, 6 hours from Denver, 8 hours from Vegas Day Trips Experience the beauty of the surrounding region with our recommended day trips, perfect for adding variety to your stay: Moab, UT: 1 hour 10 minutes (60 miles) Monticello, UT: 1 hour 15 minutes (68 miles) Gateway, CO: 1 hour 15 minutes (68 miles) Telluride, CO: 1 hour 35 minutes (75 miles) Ouray, CO: 1 hour 45 minutes (91 miles) Montrose, CO: 2 hours 5 minutes (107 miles) Grand Junction, CO: 2 hours 15 minutes (120 miles) Scenic loops: Gateway-Delta-Montrose Loop: 5 hours (270 miles round trip) Telluride-Norwood Loop: 5 hours 6 minutes (230 miles round trip) is the most scenic Slickrock-Norwood Loop: 4 hours 35 minutes (220 miles round trip) Slickrock-Telluride Loop: 4 hours 40 minutes (250 miles round trip) Other Destinations For even more exploration, these destinations offer a range of experiences, from stunning natural parks to vibrant cities: Cedaredge, CO: 2 hours 45 minutes via Gateway (150 miles) Grand Mesa, CO: 2 hours 55 minutes via Gateway (158 miles) Durango, CO: 3 hours 30 minutes via Highway 550 (162 miles) Gunnison, CO: 3 hours 20 minutes via Ridgeway (171 miles) Shiprock, NM: 3 hours 20 minutes via Slickrock (174 miles) Redstone, CO: 4 hours via Gateway (211 miles) Pagosa Springs, CO: 4 hours 40 minutes via Highway 550 (222 miles) Salt Lake City, UT: 4 hours 55 minutes (292 miles) Bryce Canyon, UT: 5 hours 23 minutes via I-70 (305 miles) Steamboat Springs, CO: 5 hours 25 minutes via Highway 141 (306 miles) Cedar City, UT: 5 hours 30 minutes (347 miles) Zion National Park, UT: 6 hours 10 minutes (373 miles) SLC Airport UT: 5 hours (297 miles) via Hwy 15 to Hwy 6 Denver Airport, CO: 6 hours 30 minutes via I-70 (379 miles) or 7 hours 15 minutes via scenic Highway 285 (394 miles) Las Vegas, NV: 7 hours 50 minutes (516 miles) • Campfires are only allowed in designated areas and above-ground pits. Extinguish when unattended. Control what you burn so sparks and material cannot escape especially when burning trash or there are gusts of wind. Check for burn bans and ensure that all fires are properly supervised to prevent unintended fires.
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Looking to camp near Castle Valley, Utah and RV alongside a river? Hipcamp has over 1500 options for you to choose from. The Needles Outpost Campground (811 reviews), Desert Moon Campground and RV Park (330 reviews), and The Views at Gateway (243 reviews) are just a few of the top campsites to choose from. Average price per night is $30, with options as low as $15. Popular amenities include campfires, trash, and cooking equipment, while popular activities include whitewater paddling, paddling, and biking.

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