We traveled from the Midwest by car through Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to Utah. We stayed at six different KOA campgrounds. The Moab destination was my favorite because of the view surrounding the campground. The hills and mountains were majestic, and they seemed to alter time. By that, I mean the sun set early and it stayed dark later in the morning because the sun was blocked by the hills. The pool was the second best thing. The patio and pool were huge, and we spent all afternoon there after our Arches National Park tour. It was extremely clean and safe. I’m so glad I added an extra night on our trip. I’d definitely go back!
This is a beautiful campground! One of the nicest we’ve ever been to. It is a great location with stunning views all around . The grounds are beautifully maintained. Bathrooms were clean and cool. The big pool was a hit with my family and a treat after a long hot day. Staff was friendly. We loved having the patio furniture and grill on our large cement pad. Highly recommend. We would stay again.
We stayed at this KOA for two nights. As we left our previous destination a day early, the spot we would have for the rest of our stay was different than the one we pre-booked. Both nights were at the tent sights, one night was in a basic site and the other night was in an electric site. This KOA was one of the bigger KOA’s we had stayed at on this trip (3). The tent sites had very little shade. Some of the sites had a tree here or there, some had a pergola, and some had a shade canopy. The sites were very close together with a simple wood fence to designate each area. Many of the sites had pop ups or small trailers. There was no privacy. The sites did not have a tent pad so it was difficult to drive stakes for our tent in the ground. Not a big deal but still kind of aggravating. There were bathrooms within walking distance. 4 toilets, 4 showers, and one combination shower/toilet designated for handicapped. There were at least 18 sites that used these facilities, maybe more with some of the cabins and pop ups. A line was always present and often there would be 3/4 people waiting outside. One night my husband went to use the facilities late in the evening to shower and get ready for bed. The bathroom he used had no functioning toilet paper the shower had no shower curtain. He walked to the camp store to let them know. The next day when I went to shower and use the restroom, both problems still existed. We did not use any of the other amenities of the park. We just felt that at the rate per night, there should have been more bathrooms/showers and more attention to cleanliness and details, should have been paid.…
My family of 3 adults chose a dry cabin because of costs. We arrived in a heat wave, late June. 98 degrees. Our cabin had an AC unit that was damaged or broken. We sweltered for hours and knew we couldn't continue in the heat. The manager on staff immediately moved us to a wet cabin, no extra charge. We enjoyed every minute of the awesome wet cabin for 4 days until departure. The pool was idyllic in the heat. Ice was always available for our large coolers of food. Access was easy from the campground to Arches and Dead Horse Point State Park. BE SURE to register for your timed arrival for Arches. We still waited an hour in line but, at least, we got into the Park.
We have stayed at many KOAs with our trailer. I think they are trying. There appears a lot of new staff. Our recommendation is they need headsets or walk-in talkies between all staff. The communication would go a long way. I get the feeling the owners are giving direction with little training or explanation. They are really trying. It has potential to be an amazing KOA but right now it has a way to go. We sort of felt more in the way then a welcomed guest. They asked us to move our truck and razor trailer because they said it was blocking others from parking in overflow lot. I wish I took a photo. We 100% were parked off to the side in a nice straight line not blocking anyone from entering or parking in the over flow lot. Even the staff were confused as how we could park better. It turns out the owners house is in the back of the KOA. I bet it had to do with that. We were there 4 days and not one other car, truck, trailer or razor parked in that lot. So the demand for us to move our trailer in the lot immediately with no direction as to how to park better seemed ridiculous. Like I said, I am sure it will get better. Better training and communication will go a long way. Or maybe spray paint as to where they want us to park at the very least.…
Lots to do from floating down the the Colorado and rafting down the Colorado to the Green River, rock climbing be by vehicle or hand and foot. Viewing Arches and Canyons. Sand dunes and alpine mountains (La Sal Mountains) which you can hike, camp and fish.
We really enjoyed our stay here! They have all the amenities one would expect at KOA, which was a Godsend to us weary travelers. The hot tub was fabulous & the availability of adult refreshments & live entertainment by the pool were an unexpected pleasure. Really wonderful staff in every area of our experience, & a friendly feeling all around. (Side note: I was a bit surprised at the number of unsupervised children in the hot tub, but it wasn't a deal breaker for me!)
Stayed here 3 nights while waiting for spaces to open up at Sand Flats. So expensive! No toilet paper or hand towels in bathroom from at least 4am until noon when we left. One shower directs everyone to use other bathhouses because no hot water in shower. Bathhouse we used had 4 showers. One of those had only very cold water. Another did have hot water. When I pay $75 a night for a very crowded and noisy tent space, I would expect toilet paper to be included! On a positive note, they do have a very well stocked, albeit extremely expensive camp store.
I've stayed in a number of different KOA campgrounds and this one is the best so far! They have a SUPER NICE pool/hot tub area that looks like something at a fancy resort. The bathrooms are always clean and you get your own bathroom and shower room in the bath house instead of the usual communal area that I've found in other KOA's. The people working in the office are super friendly and helpful, which is nice after spending the day on the road. Obviously you can't go wrong when you're visiting Moab, but this is my new favorite!
This KOA is large but the design and layout is good. Large pull through sites. I have 52’, including trailer, and I had plenty of room. The staff was really friendly and there was enough staff that we did not have a wait to check in. There have dedicated space for pets as well.