Nice campground with fair prices in high season...charged USD $64 for a tent site, has space for RVs too...pool and all other facilities you need and perfect location near Moab, Arches & Co.!!!
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I believe the name has changed to Sun Outdoors. The tent camp sites are $40. We did not stay.Report Check-In
Now called sun outdoors. Nice $64+/night for full hookups. Pool and hot tubReport Check-In
high season and the change of name, full hook up 95$ excl.tax so we left as soon as possibleReport Check-In
Gravel spots, sunny and clean. Sparkling bathrooms, hot showers included, brand new laundry too that takes cards. Great place to pause between parks! $35 for our rv spot with all hookups. Note: the bathroom code is on the pay envelope. I missed that and ended up asking around.Report Check-In
Nice campground. Can reserve in advance for a cheaper price, but not necessary. Might want to reserve if you have an RV or trailer. We came on a Monday night and got a tent site for $35, no reservation. There's a dropbox for cash/card payment after office hours. On gravel and sand. Restrooms are newly renovated; nice and clean.Report Check-In
Nice campground. Newly renovated. Had spacious bathrooms/shower facility and an outside dish washing station with hot water. Stayed 1 night - Cost was $33.30. We got a tent spot [T-20] in the back corner. The spot was a little small but had a picnic table, grill and shade. There is ice available for $2.50 for 8#. Has a laundry room available 24/7 and the office has some food stuffs, drinks and camping supplies for purchase. No wood fires were allowed. No pool but they have 3 sister companies that you can use your pass to get access. Free WiFi.Report Check-In
New Ownership, new Buildings, all new Campground. New Prices - 47$ for W&E. No dry sites! Tent sites exclusively for Tents.
Conclusion, same expensive as other places but you get top quality now.
Great little place. they are renovating the campground. the city isdoing road construction so the entrance is a little hard to find now. but once the construction is done easy access. there was no wifi with the construction but overall great place and if come again.Report Check-In
Whatever value this campground offered before, it doesn't appear to have any good qualities left. Major construction on site in late 2020 has made this place a disaster. Hard to access. Water was cutoff unexpectedly by nearby excavations. Wifi and cable is no longer available and there was zero indication on their fancy website about it. Not sure what we're paying for here. Highly recommended to avoid at all costs.Report Check-In
Dry camped in our sprinter for $20 a night plus tax stayed 5 nights
Very happy with the entire camp ground and facilities,Report Check-In
Welcoming owners, currently charging $22.96 all in for a tent site because their pool and hot tub are closed for repair. We arrived at 6:30pm on a Saturday and secured a site without a problem. If you’re driving around looking for an open BLM site for $20, I highly recommend checking this place out. You can have a shower and there is Wifi available.Report Check-In
Pool is closed. WiFi is sketchy. RVs packed in like sardines. Dry camping in tiny space is $30. Not my cup of tea. They do have hot showers though.Report Check-In
Simple, easy place to make a base camp and go exploring from. Good value as well.Report Check-In
Opened for the season a week ago. $30 / night without services. $53 / night for 30A.
Clean restrooms with good hot water.
internet and showers, no ekectricity for 30$ night. with electricity 53$night. Too early for pool and hot tub. site has trees for shade.Report Check-In