Please be advised, winter conditions are in season mud and snow will likely be part of your adventure four-wheel-drive is recommended when the road is muddy message me if you have questions. Also running water is not available during winter season, drinking water is available though. Units are not heated so please come prepared but rugged individuals will still enjoy the Sou
Please be advised, winter conditions are in season mud and snow will likely be part of your adventure four-wheel-drive is recommended when the road is muddy message me if you have questions. Also running water is not available during winter season, drinking water is available though. Units are not heated so please come prepared but rugged individuals will still enjoy the Southwest during the winter season and clear and sunny days are still perfect for exploring the canyons and ancient dwellings in southern Utah.
Rest the Southwest in the a secluded tent. This 4 person tent is ready with sleeping bags, a light, and padding. Enjoy views of the sunrise, sunset, and stars at night.
Native American artifacts are in the soils outside and walking distance from Indian ruins nearby.
Amenities like bathroom and shower and full kitchen are in the community area. Any of the other 2 potential tent spaces are at least 40feet away with partial or full visual privacy.
2 miles down a BUMPY dirt road, not recommended for sports cars or low clearance vehicles. During rainy and snowy conditions four-wheel-drive may be necessary.
Parking is the at the entrance of the path to your camp, which is just set steps above on the hill. You drive straight ahead to your parking on the left after entering Indian Canyon Ranch driveway. 2 miles down a dirt road, not recommended for compact or sports cars but but a skilled driver will make it with little effort.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 9PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at The Grove, Private Tent #1 in Utah.
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A great setup overall
I’d say I have mixed feelings about the campsite - for a little bit more you could stay at one of Joe’s structures and I think have a more enjoyable time. I think the lounge setup/ community kitchen area is nice, as is the shower!
There is wifi, it took a bit to start up and was slow, but to have wifi in general out there is a nice touch.
The road in is very rough, which Joe mentions. His directions are spot on, and he and the pups were there to greet as well.
If I stayed again, it would be in one of the trailers for sure.
We were the only guests the night of our stay. Joe met us at arrival and showed us to camp.
Kitchen was equipped with all the cookware we needed and the outhouse/shower house were clean and close to camp.
Although a ways off the main road, from IRC it was a short drive to the Needles area of Canyonlands and not far from Moab and Arches.
Would recommend for those looking to explore this part of Utah!
Look no further you found it!
You want to feel in touch with nature, be in a central location to awesome sites but not in a busy area, and want to fulfill your wanderlust vibes? Well look no further you have found it! No pitching your own tent in the dark here and accidentally hammering your toe. Joe T has your spot up and ready for your arrival. Carefully lit path to guide you at night. Don’t even get me started on the view…. You might want to skip the touristy sites and just explore here. Don’t get me started on the amazing canyon and night sky because I could write about that for days!