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My family and I tent camped for four nights while visiting the National Parks near Moab. The tent sites kind of appear as an afterthought - somewhat small and sort of up on a curb at the ends of the rows of RV's. That said,...More
We spent 3 nights here while touring the area. 43' coach towing a Jeep. Had to unhook by office before heading to site but then ok in and out. Sites are just a little too close together for my liking though not a problem.
To me it looks like the nicest campground in Moab. It's a little out of town, but off the main road. You can hardly hear the traffic. The office was more than helpful in every way they could be. I would definitely stay here again.
Response from Kim H, Manager at O.K. RV Park & Canyonlands StablesResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for such a nice review! It was a joy to have you stay with us and hopefully we will see you in the future.
No one in the office to check me in or answer questions. Had to figure out for myself which cabin and where to find the key. Cabin sheets had not been changed - they were not that dirty - just few hairs - no...More
Response from Kim H, General Manager at O.K. RV Park & Canyonlands StablesResponded 23 July 2017
I am the manager and am very upset to hear that nobody was is the office! I will be addressing that issue. And as far as the sheets on the bed they should have been clean we do follow a strict policy on changing the...More
We stayed here one night, passing through. We were pleasantly surprised at how nice it is. Typical RV park spacing, but has mature trees between most spaces. We paid about $40/night for a shorter pull thru site, typical for the area. The free wifi worked...More
You should give them a call because, as I recall, the main part of the campground is now at a separate location from the stables. I I believe she said you could camp at the stables if you were boarding horses but there was... More
You should give them a call because, as I recall, the main part of the campground is now at a separate location from the stables. I I believe she said you could camp at the stables if you were boarding horses but there was no electricity(?)
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"Some sites have better grass areas and more room - ask when booking. There are mature trees."