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Moab KOA Campground

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Reviewed 31 May 2016

Going into Moab on Memorial Day Weekend without a reservation anywhere is a bad idea, and we were shut out everywhere. Traveling with a tent and needing just a spot to camp for the night, our only option was a plot of land next to toilets for $40/nt. Until we reached the KOA in Moab!! This place was a savior....

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Seattle
Reviewed 27 May 2016

We opted for a cabin instead of camping due to weather and was glad we did. Cabin had room to park our car and util trailer, view (which was 'wow'), inside bathroom (some don't so make sure if that matters to you), micro/mini fridge and room to sleep 4 (full bed and 2 bunks). Worked well for what we needed...

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Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

The cabin was a great space for two adults and a two year old. It took us one night to figure out the heater situation as the knob was completely missing. Having both AC and Heat in the room was nice however the AC was extremely loud.... great if you prefer to sleep to a loud fan. The cabin has...

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Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

We stayed 3 days in a 40 foot Motorhome. It is not very large rig friendly, but it was manageable. Our picnic table sat in a sandy pit so we never used it. If it rains, and it did, it becomes a "mud hole." Sites need to be re-leveled. WiFi is HORRIBLE and most of the time non-existent. Staff were...

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Thank Rick C
Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed 20 May 2016

Just finished a stay at this KOA. We have a class A motorhome and while showers are not necessary it is nice to stretch out in a bigger shower room. Don't plan on this happening here The first evening all the women's shower stalls in the newer section were locked and were again locked the next morning. When approached at...

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Thank MaryEllen W
Monterrey, Mexico
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Good option to save money. I stayed 3 nights sleeping in a tent, most of the other locations were occupied by RV's. I do not bother any particular noise, the bathrooms are clean and have hot showers. The store closes early 8 or 9 pm, so if you need groceries is better to buy before that time or arrive before...

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Thank CharlieGza
Lafayette, United States
Reviewed 5 May 2016

First we arrived right at 8:00PM in the evening to check in to our cabin. Everything was closed down, we were able to get in the cabin but had no key for it. The cabin was dirty, run-down & uninsulated. The mattresses were vinyl lined and resemble more of a 1972 Buick car seat than a mattress. If you need...

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Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 4 May 2016

This was our first time at a KOA. I have to say it met our expectations knowing this was, for the most part, a parking lot. It certainly did not exceed them. Our interactions with the staff was pleasant and we found them helpful. Sure wish the bath and shower facilities were a bit nicer, but at least they were...

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Apeldoorn, The Netherlands
Reviewed 29 April 2016

The view from the campground is spectacular. Nice sites for rv's, good shop and just a bit outside Moab city. It is a busy town so making a reservation is a good idea, especially in summer time. We were here 3 years ago in summer and then it is very hot. Great naturenaround the city, enough tomstay a few daus.

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Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Reviewed 27 April 2016

My wife and I stayed at the Moab KOA on a trip to Utah. We began and ended a Utah loop in Moab. The KOA is a far more economical option than the high hotel rates in Moab. The staff here was very friendly and accommodating. The campsite is far enough out of town for some quiet and dark, while...

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This is the closest KOA to Arches and Canyonlands national parks as well as Dead Horse Point State Park. Tour and adventure operators will pick you up at the campground and then bring you home. There are so many choices: Jeep excursions, ATV tours, whitewater rafting, horseback rides, canoe and bicycle rentals, rock climbing, hot-air ballooning, sky diving and more. Mountain bike on the legendary Slickrock Bike Trail or take a scenic drive on Route 128. Treat yourself to the famous sound and light show in an open-air tour boat on the Colorado River, complete with a Dutch-oven dinner. By day, take an exhilarating jet boat tour down the Colorado River or hike one of the many incredible trails that offer such great rewards. After a day of fun, take a dip in the campground's sparkling pool, enjoy the magnificent red rock views from your campsite or play a game of mini golf. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Moab KOA Campground

Address: 3225 S Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532-3625
Region: United States > Utah > Moab
Number of rooms: 100
Also Known As:
Moab Koa Hotel Moab
Moab KOA Campground Utah
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“south lots are roomy but no shade, front loop has shade but tighter spots.”
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“Request spot or cabin far away from highway.”
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“Try to stay right in back-in sites the back of the office. Perfect internet connection and lots of shade!”
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