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Old 12-11-2014, 05:41 AM   #1
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Moab UT - best RV park?

What is your recommendation on RV park in or near Moab with water and electric during mid may. We have a 24 winnebago Aspect with toad . Staying 5 days.
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We stayed at OK RV Park in 2007. Nice clean park. Water pressure was really high. The sites are short. Passport America.
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We enjoy staying at Canyonlands:

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It is in town and nice to walk to everything in town. Nice thing is that it is basically across the street from Moab Brewery.
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I highly recommend Dead Horse Point State Park. There is electric but no water hookup. They do have a clean bath house with water, so if you arrive with your tank full and use the bath house for showers a couple of times, 5 days is no problem. It is one of the most scenic places we've ever camped in the area.
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If FHU are needed/required, Spanish Trail RV park Spanish Trail RV Park | Moab Utah |Finest RV Resort
South end of town, great, clean place to stay.
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We stayed at Moab Valley RV Resort this past September. Nice park but the sites are tight. Doable, but tight. North end of town closer to Arches NP. We would probably try a different park next time. Probably Spanish Trail.

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I highly recommend Dead Horse Point State Park. There is electric but no water hookup. They do have a clean bath house with water, so if you arrive with your tank full and use the bath house for showers a couple of times, 5 days is no problem. It is one of the most scenic places we've ever camped in the area.
I really want to camp at this park. I have tried to get specific dates in Oct the last 2 years and all the large spaces had overlapping stays from an earlier time slot. They only have a few spaces to accommodate big rigs. Trying again this year either in Apr or Oct. I suggest you make reservations on the 1st day available, and they have a max 4 months in advance.
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I really want to camp at this park. I have tried to get specific dates in Oct the last 2 years and all the large spaces had overlapping stays from an earlier time slot. They only have a few spaces to accommodate big rigs.
With our 40' motorhome we would fit in the following sites in order of preference: 19, 17, 1, 15, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 6. There are others we would fit but never had a problem getting one of the first mentioned.
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Yeah, we were in 19 last time. It's a long back in, but we think it's the best site.
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We prefer Portal RV park. Paved roads just north of town.
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We prefer Portal RV park. Paved roads just north of town.
The south side/resort comes with some rules Portal RV Resort, Moab Utah | Reservations
Are the roads paved in the campground section in the North side?
If going to stay in the resort side, make reservations in advance, we could not get in when we called a week in advance last Sept.
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I highly recommend Dead Horse Point State Park. There is electric but no water hookup. They do have a clean bath house with water, so if you arrive with your tank full and use the bath house for showers a couple of times, 5 days is no problem. It is one of the most scenic places we've ever camped in the area.

I agree with your comments. It is truly unique.
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