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This is blm land right across from the airport (this is not a busy airport, although the skydiving crew goes up several times a day) and Skydive Moab. You will take the Klondike turn (it's signed). There are lots of sites, about 25-30 dispersed throughout the road. Great verizon and At&t cell service at some sites, others have 1-bar or none (I was able to do lots of Zoom sessions with no problems). We have a 36ft tt and was able to find a great spot. No bugs and some wind, but wasnt bad. The road goes all the way on the other side of the range, but you will lose cell service. Also, the road gets a bit rough with bigger rigs, if you have good clearance you can probably make it fine.
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The road in is rocky and rough, easily possible for any vehicle though. We have a large site for our 32' TT but getting level proved difficult. Other spots might be easier? it's quit here and dark sky's at night despite the airport across the way.Report Check-In
Beautiful area. Easy road in our 2WD transit. Up to 4 bars LTE on Verizon in the right spots, 2-3 bars consistently. Very busy when we were there in mid September, but were still able to find a spot with some persistence.Report Check-In
Vast open area - plenty of camping spots available. We drove about 4 miles in & found a great spot. We hiked to the Red Rocks (approx 3 miles) to the NE. Found some beautiful rock formations. We later found out we were in the Arches National Park boundaries - we hiked to Tower Arch.Report Check-In
We’re at a large site that can accommodate multiple rigs. There’s no shade and the road back to it is a bit rough, when you go a few miles in, but doable in anything as long as the occupants don’t mind a few bumps. Our site has a decent setback from the BLM road, a nice view, and multiple fire rings.Report Check-In
Most of this area is State Trust Land and camping is only allowed on barren previously occupied sites. Grand County now has a law that prohibits any “cat holes” or disposing of human waste on any public lands. Please look up resources and act responsibly. www.discovermoab.com/poopReport Check-In
Close to Arches National Park and easy access to Canyon Lands. Lots of spots to choose from on hard-packed soil. It snowed and rained while we were there and the mud was minimal. The precipitation wasn't a lot so I'd still be careful if there is heavy precipitation in the forecast. Access to hiking and biking trails that go on for ages. Lots of others staying but quiet. A bit of train and highway noise at night and a few cows in the area.Report Check-In
Very exposed, not a lot of privacy. Many spots with fire rings, so you’ll definitely find a spot. Road is not great, but possible with a 2WD.Report Check-In
There are plenty of spaces with fire rings here. Right now it’s at about 10% capacity, mostly camper trailers. Further up the road are more spaces but it’s a little muddy due to the melting snow. Eventually you’ll see “no camping beyond this point” but the road goes on for 4wd vehicles.Report Check-In
Lots of open space, several other rigs in the same area. As others have said the road in can be a bit rough, but we had no problems in van.Report Check-In
Lots of flats spaces. Some are large enough to be shared. Big rig friendly. We experienced a strange thing during the night. There was like a sandstorm. The winds were crazy fast. The temperature rose and the sand kept entering through our windows. Last about 30 minutes then back to normal….Report Check-In
Campsite designated with a fire ring. Windy spot, good views, amazing skies at night, decent Verizon cell signal. Some highway noise. We got in too late to want to set up our tent, so we just slept under the starsReport Check-In
nice place to spend the night, flat spots, only one other car thereReport Check-In
Very bumpy road, was still able to traverse it in a 2wd Honda Civic. Checked out some of the spots, but they seemed too rough for the car. Ended up staying by the welcome sign. Great spot, great stars. Darkest spot in the lower 48.Report Check-In
Stayed three nights. No shade and got really hot as I'm tent camping. nice views and quiet.Report Check-In
We were thrilled to find a nice big space for us and our friends during Jeep Safari. A bit windy, but I who cares?Report Check-In
Highly recommend as a jumping off point to the national parks if you intend to stay and work remote while you visit.
Dozens of spots with fire rings are scattered down a washboard road. My Express handled the road fine if I took my time.
Really strong Verizon signal here, enough to work online. Really quiet at day/night too, but I presume it’s cause I’m here in off-season.
Within 30-45 mins from Moab, Canyonlands, and Arches.
No services, pack in pack out.
This is blm land right across from the airport (this is not a busy airport, although the skydiving crew goes up several times a day) and Skydive Moab. You will take the Klondike turn (it's signed). There are lots of sites, about 25-30 dispersed throughout the road. Great verizon and At&t cell service (I was able to do lots of Zoom sessions with no problems). We have a 36ft tt and was able to find a great spot. No bugs and some wind, but wasnt bad. The road goes all the way on the other side of the grange, but you will lose cell service. Also, the road gets a bit rough with bigger rigs, if you have good clearance you can probably make it fine.Report Check-In