Arches National Park has 53 campsites available seasonally in the Devil’s Garden Campground. Half are closed in the winter. The camping in Arches is reserved online only. The campground has flushing toilets in the restrooms and an occasional spigot for filling drinking water containers is interposed throughout the campground. There are no hookups for RVs. These reserved national park campsites fill up two months at a time, so plan ahead. Backpacking, on the other hand, is not often sought after in Arches. A free backcountry permit to backpack and camp is readily available. Inquire in person at the Visitor Center. It is open 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. April through October. Hours shorten to 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. November through March.
Front country camping
Backcountry use in Canyonlands National Park requires a fee and permits. In Canyonlands, visitors may camp by river rafting or canoeing, 4WD, mountain bike trails, or backpacking. Reservations for backcountry permits can be made the second Monday of July for the following year if you like to plan well in advance. If you need to know more you should visit this link:http://moabadventurecenter.com here for more information. Reservations cannot be made within two weeks of a date. In this situation, apply in person at the applicable visitor center. The Maze District camping is only available by backcountry permit.
Bring your sleeping bag and throw it down for one of the calmest evenings of rest to be had. If a late arrival is traveling to Moab, the best strategy is reserving a place to stay. The campsites operated by local business people have flushing toilets, showers, and drinking water spigots. The commercial camping in Moab provides 468 tent sites, 771 RV sites with hook ups, and 118 camp cabins. Reservations with these campgrounds in Moab, especially during weekends or late arrivals, will decrease the anxiety of finding a place to throw it down.
For front country camping use, the Island in the Sky district has 12 primitive campsites at Willows Flat. After reading this article you should checkout here for more information. Bring your own water. A pit toilet is erected in the Willows Flat campground. The 26 sites in the Needles District of Canyonlands are divided between two loops. Squaw Flat campground has drinking water. Some of the sites are adequate for shorter RVs willing to park with no hook ups. Pit toilets are placed in a campgrounds. The flushing toilets were being housed within the Needles Visitor Center.
Dead Horse Point State Park can also be reserved through online too. 21 RV online sites have hook ups, so with that there are 21 different tent sites, a flushing toilets, best picnic tables, safe drinking water in spigots and fire rings. Bring your own firewood. Bundles of firewood are for sale at the grocery and convenient stores of Moab for around $4.99 a bundle. Bring plenty of water as there will be no water available at BLM campgrounds. The shop, Gear Heads, and Moab’s gas stations are amenable to filling water containers. Arches National Park’s visitor center has a row of complimentary water station spigots available to fill water containers too.
The Bureau of Land Management has 432 campsites located within 24 additional campgrounds dotting the surrounding canyons of Moab Utah. Pay attention to informational signs for more campgrounds as you drive to the National Parks of Moab. Decide to grab one of these in route or plan to back track if the park campground is full.