We entered Canyonlands Campgrounds and had to have a fun little thrill when we drove right through a brook to get to our section of campgrounds, which were a few bucks cheaper because of their location farther away from the community bathrooms. At $33 a night, being right in the center of town—within walking distance of everything—and having the option of doing laundry was nice. This wasn’t exactly roughing it in the wildnerness.
The bathrooms were pretty nice for a campsite; it reminded me of a gym locker room at a nice college. Something electronic of mine needed to be charged, and the person at the convenience store of Canyonlands let me use it while I went out to dinner. Now that I think about it, what the hell was it that I trusted people so much to just leave it there?? The restaurants in Moab we went to also let us use their outlets to charge phones, cameras, etc. Nothing was stolen. No cockroaches. Friendly and helpful staff, though they close early (at least my permit was put in an envelope at the door)
It was June and very windy- our tent almost blew into the creek, even though it was held down by a cooler and other suitcases!
- Also Known As:
- Canyonlands Campground Hotel
- Canyonlands Campground Hotel Moab
- Canyonlands Campground Moab, Utah
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Canyonlands Campground is a RV park with 66 RV sites, 15 water and electric sites, 41 tent sites, and 8 camper cabins.Services include free wi-fi, swimming pool, pavilion, group campfire area, and childrens play area. The park is pet friendly except for the cabin area. We have a gas station/convenience store, propane sales, and laundromat on site. All sites except RV sites include a fire ring. ... more less