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Moab Rim RV Campark

The Moab Rim RV Campark can be found in Moab, Utah, which is just south of Arches National Park. Moab primarily is a desert climate with red rock formations and many mountains dotted throughout the landscape. Moab is known for its different national and state parks that can be found in almost all corners of the city. The most popular ones that people come to visit are Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. The Moab Rim RV Campark is just two miles south of downtown Moab, putting it in an accessible spot for most endeavors.


Moab Rim RV Campark has 27 RV sites and 20 different locations for camping with a tent. The property also has camping cabins, deluxe cabins, new deluxe cabins, and park model cottages. Camping cabins have beds, a table with chairs, air conditioning, a heater, a mini-fridge, and a microwave. Cabins are also provided with mattress covers, but guests will need to bring their own bedding and towels while they are staying in the cabins. Deluxe cabins have their own bathroom, with a shower and cable TV. The cottages have a full bathroom and kitchen, along with the mentioned amenities located in the cabins. Additionally, the cottages have private patios with chairs and a firepit—a feature which is specific to the cottages compared to the other kinds of units.

The RV sites at Moab Rim RV Campark are full hook-up stalls that pull through for an easier arrival and departure. They come complete with 30 and 50 AMP electric power, water, and sewer stations. While Moab's climate tends to be hot with a dry desert climate, most sites have grass provided to contrast their surroundings and offer a more comfortable spot to relax. Amenities include bathrooms, showers, Wi-Fi, a playground, and overflow parking. The park is willing to accommodate those that may need to bring a few additional cars and trucks with their RVs. These extra parking spots are free of charge for guests with reservations at the campground.

There is a store on the property that sells RV supplies, hats, shirts, souvenirs, and toys. Fire rings can be found at most of the cabins and tent sites, but for those who are staying in one that doesn't have a pre-built-in ring, the site does have several portable fire pits that visitors can use at no additional charge. If extra firewood is needed, it can be purchased by the bundle at the office. Due to the number of sites available at Moab Rim RV Campark, guests are able to host events or large gatherings as needed. The property's management says that slight modifications can be made to the park to provide larger accommodations, such as merging tent sites together or blocking nearby cabins together. Pets are welcome at the campground, and there is a pet station where owners can find waste bags. The only request of the staff is that guests keep their pets on a leash and pick up after them.

Going beyond the campgrounds, guests can explore the city of Moab. To the west, the Colorado River can be found, while in the east, there is a number of popular biking trails. North of the Moab Rim RV Campark is Arches National Park, and south of the property is a well-known hiking trail called Hidden Valley Trail Head.


The goal of Moab Rim RV Campark is to create a comfortable and relaxing environment. The Moab Rim RV Campark is locally owned, while many campgrounds in Moab are not. Many guests have shared their appreciation to the owner and staff for the feeling of individuality, service, and hospitality. Previous visitors typically leave positive reviews and comment on the staff's efforts to create a welcoming atmosphere, which one reviewer mentions, saying, "Cabins were clean and just what we needed. The staff and service are exceptional."

There are a number of nearby activities and local events that occur, whether seasonally or year-round, while in Moab, Utah. One notable event is the National Parks Fee Free Day, which is a day that is meant to encourage families to get active and do something outside together. An annual event worth mentioning would be The Moab Music Festival. Every September, guests can see famous musicians perform, with the unique red rock background of the mountains in Moab. There are also a variety of races, including bike races and stand-up paddleboard races, that happen on occasion throughout the year. Moab hosts marathons, half marathons, and 5ks that are open to almost anyone who would like to attempt them. Moab and the Moab Rim RV Campark has a large emphasis on outdoor adventures and fun.


The campground has been around for over 20 years. A man named Reed Pendleton is the current owner of the Moab Rim RV Campark. He bought the grounds back in 2014 and has been running the campground for the last six years. Reed says that he entered the camping industry because he enjoys what the industry has to offer, and Moab tends to have a long list of potential activities no matter what time of the year guests book.

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1900 U.S. 191
Moab, Utah 84532
United States




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