- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Desert Moon Tent Camping in Utah.
The vibe at Desert Moon Tent Camping
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Called as instructions stated, was told I would be charged $42 for the site (the $25 HipCamp was “only a deposit”) or could pay $35 to his buddy “Dan” that would show me the sites.
There is no hot water in the showers, so don’t be fooled by that. It was 100 degrees during the day and the water still wasn’t even warm. Think ice cold (refreshing? Yes. But not what was promised).
The train is 50yds from the campsite; I’m a heavy sleeper but there is no sleeping through a freight train barreling through and tooting its horn every 4 hours.
Perfect spot to get some peace and
This was a perfect spot to get a peaceful night rest. The bathroom was kept clean and the shower was hot. The host was super friendly. I loved the area and would have loved to stay a few more days to explore. But I was trying to beat the winter weather coming in and hit the road after one night. The themed rooms also seemed super cute and I'd love to check them out some time.
This was a nice place to camp! The camp sites are just behind the hotel and not very secluded but were clean and soft for us to stay. It is about 30-40 minute drive into Moab and a quiet part of town. The Amtrak train goes right behind the camp site a couple of times in the night and morning, but didn't disrupt us very much. Overall, I would recommend as a good place to stay near Moab for a guaranteed place in a busy part of the state!