We stayed 2 nights in a cabin. We normally stay in the KOA, however this was a last minute trip and these were the only available cabins in town. The cabins served their purpose, however it is cooled by a clogged up dirty swamp cooler. The entire campground smells of cat litter including the office. Bathrooms are unstocked and VERY unclean. As owners of 2 Jeeps and an RZR 4 we frequent Moab often. My advise to tourist is pay a little more and use KOA or if it is winter time, Archway Inn has great rates and wonderful rooms. This campground would be nice due to location however it lacks TLC.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Moab's Oldest and Largest Campground. We are family owned and operated. Feel free to stop in and look at our facilities. Hope to see you soon.We Love Happy Campers! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Slickrock Campground Hotel Moab
- Slickrock Campground Moab, Utah