Moab Campgrounds and Primitive Camping Areas
Big Bend Campground is located 7.5 miles from the junction of U.S. Highway 191 and Utah Highway 128. Big Bend can accommodate large RVs, trailers, and tents. Many of the sites are located next to the Colorado River, and all are surrounded by imposing cliffs. More Information!
There are three Needles District group sites located deep within the southern portion of the beautiful Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah, at an elevation of approximately 4,900 feet. You may book Needles District Group campsites up to six months in advance for dates within the peak season. The Squaw Flat group site is situated in the larger Squaw Flat campground, and the Wooden Shoe and Split Top group sites are in separate areas of the district, isolated from other campsites. The district is 75 miles from Moab, Utah, and 50 miles from Monticello, Utah. More Information!
Towering 2,000 feet directly above the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point State Park provides a breathtaking panorama of the sculptured pinnacles and buttes of Canyonlands National Park. A visitor center offers information on the history, geology, and biology of the area. The small and remote, but very popular, campground rests in a beautiful red rock desert environment. More Information!
Dewey Bridge Campground offers a quiet, first come first serve campground, along with 3 fully accessible group sites which are reservable through the local BLM office. There is also a boat ramp with access the Colorado River. Situated in the "Entrada Bluffs" area, the campground offers unique views of the rock formations along this stretch of the Colorado River. More Information!
Devils Garden Campground is located deep within the heart of beautiful Arches National Park in Southeastern Utah, at an elevation of approximately 5200 ft.. The campground is situated among natural sandstone arches and fins and is only 18 miles north of the park's entrance and 23 miles from Moab, Utah. Read More!
Semi-primitive riverside camping with beautiful views of the scenic Colorado River Canyon, Drinks Canyon Campground is located 6 miles from the junction of U.S. Highway 191 and Utah Highway 128. More Information!
The Fisher Towers Campground offers some of the most expansive views in the area. The campground offers views of the Colorado River and its canyons. The campground is adjacent to the Fisher Towers National Recreation Trail. More Information!
Gold Bar Campground is located 10 miles from the junction of U.S. Highway 191 and Utah Highway 279. Suited for riverside camping for tents and small trailers, the views up and down the Colorado River are stunning. More Information!
The campsites offer spectacular views of the Colorado River and massive redrock cliffs of Arches National Park. Both RV and tent camping are available. This campground is popular due to its proximity to town, its shade during the summer, and the beautiful scenery. More Information!
Grandstaff Campground is located 3 miles from the junction of Highway 128 and Highway 191. It is just upstream of Negro Bill Canyon and is very close to where the Porcupine Rim Trail, a popular route for mountain biking, joins Highway 128. The campsites are designed for tent camping only. More Information!