We opted for one of the camper cabins with the air conditioning (was mid-July and very hot). The place was clean and the staff super friendly. For as large as this campground was, we did not feel crowded.
Tight, tight quarters. Gravel site, level but tree limbs made it tough on our 25ft RV to maneuver and not be on top of the site next to us. Our 19" slide-out went over their picnic table seat! Yea, that's tight! Crowded place as the town of Moab jumps on the weekends so all RV places fill up. There were only two spots left when we arrived there around 4:30 pm. Would we go back? Only if we couldn't find something elsewhere. Was pretty pricey too.
After calling Canyonlands campground and speaking to a VERY rude woman, we figured we would keep searching for somewhere else to rest our heads. We were lucky to stumble upon Slickrock, and despite showing up 10 minutes after closing, the staff were extremely accommodating and kind. They continued to impress us for the 3 nights we stayed, the bathrooms were clean and we were greeted by the friendly faces of the staff each morning. They even gave us some tips for our visit. Great experience overall for our girls trip through the desert!
We pulled into Moab on a Wednesday evening without reservations. Stopped at one Camp Ground that was full. Started calling others and the first one we found that could take our 33’ with tow was Slickrock. We actually got their last RV slot for our size. Being a desert environment there is no grass for the dog. But, ours can do her business anywhere. Spaces were tight and a few tree limbs could be trimmed to make it a little easier to get in and out. Power, sewer, and Water hook ups were about in the middle of the site. Staff was friendly. Bathrooms were clean. Didn’t check the showers so really can’t comment. For a no frills place to park an RV it was good. I would stay here again.
We got to Moab a day early with friends and could not get into a Portal where we had reservations the following day. We knew the minute we got settled in our spot that our next door neighbor was plugged into our electric that there was going to be problems. He said he told them his wasn’t working and they had come to look at it but obviously did not fix his. He did not offer to move his back to his spot and it was hot. Also with that there was major construction going on just 10 feet over the wall next to the campground with drilling and lots of noise and dust. My husband went to the office to see if they were going to fix the electric and got attitude from the lady in there. After much attitude and back and forth we decided to move to another spot for the night. Our friends moved also since they were stuck up against the same wall and did not want to put up with the construction noise that obviously is going to be going on for a long time. For $75/night the first spot was just dirt, the 2nd was gravel, I would take my money and go ANYWHERE else, even dry camp. This place is a dump and expensive. Of course the pool and jacuzzi were empty and obviously had been for a very long time . They will not refund your money for any reason, even if they can’t supply you with electric in your site, and it’s such a dump they had to put up huge signs in their office saying no refunds because they probably get asked all the time. Thank goodness we only had to put up with it for one night then moved next door to Portal with nice spots, beautiful view, everything worked and had a nice pool and jacuzzi and were pleasant to deal with. …