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Canyonlands RV Resort & Campground

555 S Main St
84532, Moab
Utah, the United States

Travel the Highway West to Canyonlands RV Resort & Campground where you can unwind in unique accommodations such as cabins, high quality tent sites or in the comfort of your own RV. Enjoy the breathtaking natural surroundings of Moab with a variety of on-site amenities including a swimming pool, playground, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Canyonlands also allows guests to easily access both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as well as downtown Moab’s dining and shopping destinations. If you are looking for a memorable vacation experience in the heart of Moab, look no further than Canyonlands!

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Outdoor pool
Golf court
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KristenPTX
English (US)
This park is right in downtown Moab in walking distance to all of the shops activities and restaurants. Also a super short drive to Arches Nat Park. You do get more noise since it is in the city and the views are not scenic but you have to pick what is best for you. Quiet scenery or walking distance to the action? I can say that we enjoyed being so close to the city. We walked in town and made a great date night of it. I cannot say that I heard the street noise all that much. Bathroom showers could have been cleaner but I’ve definitely seen worse. Overall the park was clean and nice and they had space available at the last minute in Moab. Look for the Texaco and it’s right behind that because it was a little hard to find.
1 week ago

The Sweet Breezes
English (US)
We booked this site about 6 months out and it was explained it was a new section: Elite Back-In. The pad was freshly poured concrete and the site was extremely nice. The campground didn't appear to be following the previous rules about two distinct areas - and everyone was treated equally with use of the facilities. The price quoted per night was $89 for our site - but the taxes added $80 more to our bill, so it did break down to $102 / night. The laundry was clean, a few machines were out of order while we were there. The pool looked great - didn't use it but saw others in there. Two dog parks have grass - which is nice after so much time in desert areas dealing with thorns! Some of the interior roads are paved, others just gravel and people were driving too fast so the dust was everywhere. The paved Moab bike trail runs across the street and goes to Lion's Park (North) or into the town fo Moab (South) We visited Arches twice and Dead Horse Point State Park once. We were not aware of the LONG road to actually get to the Arches hikes - it took over 30 minutes to make the climb up the switchbacks in addition to whatever wait time to enter the park through the ranger station. The Intrepred MTB trails at Dead Horse Point S.P. was accessed off route 313 and that is also a LONG drive. When you get to the turn off for the S.P. it is actually just another 15 minutes ahead to enter the Canyonlands National Park area. In Spring/Summer of 2022 Arches has implemented timed ticket entry - we had no problem hopping on the internet at 6pm the night before and buying a ticket to enter the following day - $2 charge. Oh, and the Portal RV sign is now Green with Black- not orange as shown in photos.
1 week ago

Rossyt
English (US)
I tried to get a premium spot when booking in January and only 1 basic central site was available for May!! The park is right in town but well off the main road and fairly quiet. As mentioned by others there is the high end, premium area with many sites seemingly owned and occupied by BIG trailers and their toys and also condos. The center less premium sites are fine, the ones on the perimeter are REALLY close together with only room for the rv and stained wood picnic table. There are two enclosed dog parks..one is fine, the other tiny. The pool, hot tub and reception area are great as are the staff. The showers are TINY and claustrophobic..clean but really odd for such a park! Lots of mature landscaping well cared for. Lots of noise from atv’s coming and going all the time. A dedicated parking area would help. SUPER convenient for arches, downtown and good restaurants.
2 weeks ago

campncaboodle
English (US)
Great, central location right in Moab. There’s no denying that sites are close together and there is road noise, but the location makes up for it. Staff is nice and the campground itself was quiet, even though it was packed. Lots of off-roaders were there because we were there during Jeep Safari. Close to the Slick Rock trail - I dropped my husband and son off at the slick rock mountain bike trail and they were able to ride back to camp easily. Close to everything downtown & easy to get to the parks. We loved eating at the Moab Garage!
1 month ago

campncaboodle
English (US)
We enjoyed our stay here. There’s no denying it, sites are closed together & it’s on a busy road with some road noise. But that’s all ok because of its location in town & to the slick rock trails. Lots of off-roaders camp here. We were able to ride the slick rock mountain bike trail and then ride right back to camp. Staff were all nice the the campground itself was quiet.
1 month ago

SRan
English (US)
Our stay here was great. Nice, clean facilities and well maintained. The laundry area is small but great. Stayed on a deluxe site and had no issues. Kind of close to the neighbors but that didn’t bother us. There are two dog parks, one of which was a decent size and had good seating area for the humans. Views were great and lovely to wake up to. Rv park is really close to Arches and a few minutes from the shops and eateries.
1 month ago

KMaroney
English (US)
Nice location, well kept, gas station on site. Place is a bit crowded, but understandable. A lot of restaurants, and tourist stuff in walking distance. Short drive to Arches. Can’t wait to go back.
5 months ago

Big Lor
English (US)
This campground was in the "OK" category although we wouldn't stay here again unless there were no other good options. It is in downtown Moab which is a very busy resort/high-adventure town with lots of restaurants, motels, shopping, etc. etc. The big plus is that it is only 15 minutes south of Arches NP main entrance and 40 minutes from Canyonlands NP (Island in the Sky road). In the future I would consider driving a bit more if we could find a nice campground with a bit more peace and quiet. We had a pull-through site with full-hook-ups. We had enough room for our 24' Travel Trailer, the F150,and for a small slide-out, but not much extra room to spare. Overall its packed pretty tight. Cable TV hook-up was available and we used it, no issues there. The bathroom was overall clean but very busy. Because this campground was very close to the main road through Moab (Hwy 191) and also close to downtown, there was a fairly high noise level during day and evening hours. There was a general "buzz" of noise. Finding this place was a little challenging. It's located directly behind a Texaco gas station on the east side of 191. The entrance drive is basically immediately to the south side of the gas station but north of the small creek running across 191.
5 months ago

Josh
English (US)
Let me preface this review by saying that the issues I have primarily rest on the shoulders of Canyonlands’ senior management team and Sun Resorts. The Park Manager and Facilities Manager were empathetic and did all they could given their positions. Canyonlands RV Resort is located in a prime location in downtown Moab, UT. Close to the major national parks, dining and amenities Moab has to offer. The grounds were nice, well kept, and manicured each day. Upon arrival, I was informed that extra vehicles “must” be parked in an overflow lot located down a hill near a creek. The fee for the extra vehicle is $5 per day. This sort of policy is not unheard of, so I paid the fee and moved my extra vehicle to the designated parking area. Around the overflow parking areas is a creek, dog park, picnic area, and tent camping sites. Muddy branches and leaves scattered the area and a work truck was loaded with debris, presumably awaiting a trip to the dump. As far as I knew, the tent sites were available to rent when I checked in. That night, several thunderstorms rolled through the area. A flash flood warning was issued for the area at 11:30pm. At 2:00am, remembering the debris in the overflow parking area, I decided to check on my vehicle. I found my vehicle lifted by flood waters and pinned between trees, surrounded by park debris (tables, planks, etc). It was clear the vehicle had severe water damage. I quickly retreated from the life-threatening situation. The next morning, park staff found me to discuss the situation. I tend to pay close attention to how organizations respond to situations like this and I have a few thoughts. First, this is not the first time a flood has impacted the overflow parking area. Less than a week before my stay, flood waters inundated the area and the staff was still cleaning up the debris. There were no signs indicating the lower lots were prone to floods nor did the staff even mention this. It was made abundantly clear through in the informational handouts that vehicles “MUST be parked in the overflow lot”. While the flooding event was in fact an act of god, the resort’s policy mandated vehicles be parked in a known flood area. Informed consent would be critical here, where the staff lets you know that if there’s a chance of rain, you should park elsewhere; I absolutely would not have parked at the resort had I known this. Vitally, no such warning was given. Second, this was a life-threatening, late-night flood event. Had tent campers been in the area, they would have been faced with a truly serious situation. The walk bridge from the park to the tent sites was washed away in the flood. The sites may have been closed, but there was no signage anywhere indicating the danger of the area. The lackadaisical approach of senior staff to the deadly area on their own property is, in my opinion, negligent and could have killed people. Luckily, only property was lost and hopefully lessons gained. Third, Sun Communities staff still has not reached out to me directly to offer any apology or discuss the way forward. I’m currently moving as part of an official active-duty military move and lost hundreds of dollars of household goods items that were in the vehicle. There has been no discussion of compensation for these items, assistance with the loss of this vehicle, or otherwise. It’s worth noting I have still been charged the $5/day for parking it. Fourth, park staff admitted that flooding has plagued the area as recently as a few days ago. It was clear the park knew of this issue. I hope this information assists anyone considering a stay at Canyonlands RV Resort in Moab, UT.
9 months ago

Kendalyn
English (US)
Nice sites with trees which was much appreciated in the summer heat. Pool was nice and shower facilities were great as well. Kids loved it and it was their favorite campground so far in this trip.
10 months ago

Dayna
English (US)
With a 34 foot fifth wheel, we had a hard time making the turn to enter the campground. The turns are also tight to exit! With a pull through site, we had 4” between our truck and the slide out on the rig next door. Staff was nice, location is in town. Laundry and bathrooms were clean. Public WiFi is slow so we used our phones.
10 months ago

Roro
English (US)
Came to see Arches National Park. We were planning on staying on BLM land because who doesn't like free sites, but we ended up staying here. It has all the amenities. Two restrooms sites with showers, laundry, swimming pool, playground, dump stations, general store, etc. So I can't complain. however, I do have two things. One, the restrooms are a trip to get to from the tent sites. You have to walk around the whole campground to reach them. Second, we had a tree that was dripping sap. It got on our shoes, chairs, and tent. It was difficult to clean the morning we left. I almost forgot, It's really quiet, so quiet you can hear a pin drop. Everyone is so quiet that you're afraid to make any noise quiet. The drive is nice to Arches 3.7/5
1 year ago

Happycamper
English (US)
The staff was super friendly and helpful. My spot had electric and water no sewer. They have a dump area in the back of the park. Park is located behind a Texaco gas station. Clean restrooms and showers. My only real complaint was the horrible WiFi. I even tried my Verizon hotspot and couldn’t get that to work either. I work remotely so need wifi to work. It was a real challenge. My t mobile cell phone worked great could even FaceTime with minimal problems
1 year ago

Redsoxwest
English (US)
If you need a FHU, and can bypass the very tempting dry camping spots throughout the area, and can stand close by neighbors, this place isn't that bad. Did not use the bathrooms. Laundry was ok. CCTV was nice. Wifi was pretty good, until prime time evening hours, when it bogged down. It was pretty nice to walk to the Moab Brewery, though it is Utah, and the bar is pretty low when it comes to beer options - UT is definitely a BYOBeer destination. Although on the busy main drag in Moab, no detectable road noise overnight. 5 miles from Arches NP.
1 year ago

Purkiss
English (US)
Quiet park a ways off from the highway. They have standard, Deluxe, Premium and Premium Plus sites. The park is divided into two sections; the standard and deluxe section, and the premium and premium plus section. If you are in a standard or deluxe site you may not use any of the facilities in the premium and premium plus section. Standard and deluxe sites are gravel; and the premium and premium plus sites are concrete pads with room to park an extra vehicle. We stayed in the premium site because we like the large level concrete pad and lots of space. We bring our Jeep for the trails so we nee room for our truck, 5th wheel and Jeep. We also need a good night's sleep if we're going to spend all day at the trails. The young lady at check-in was kind, polite and very helpful. We did not use the pool, hot tub or restrooms. The park was clean. They are adding extra sites so there is construction going on during the day, but evenings and nights are very quiet. We had no need to contact staff for anything so we don't know how that service would be. Campground Wi-Fi was at a 4.71 mbps download speed at 4:00am. My Verizon hotspot was at a 86.74 mbps download speed.
1 year ago

harpo
English (US)
Nice clean park on north end of town. I’d check to see if the road construction is complete before staying there again but that’s nothing against the park.
1 year ago

Chad1865
English (US)
I just got settled in my site about an hour ago. The bad: As soon as I walked into the office to purchase a spot, I got rude vibes from the staff. It started with them not even acknowledging me while they laughed amongst themselves, then poor customer service from there on out. It’s January, with snow on the ground—not prime camping time in Moab. This campground is deserted aside from one RV, but the woman working the computer told me all their w/e sites were unavailable. Ummm? If it’s because the water is shut off for the winter, she should have said so. She didn’t offer any other solutions, so I was about to leave and go somewhere else when another office staff member stepped in and told me they had electric sites available. Neither of them were welcoming nor helpful, and honestly I kind of regret giving them my money. I would like to support a friendlier business, but I was tired and hungry and going elsewhere felt like a struggle. And, just for electric, they’re charging $40 right now, in January. What a rip off. It’s $47.02 after taxes. And my site isn’t even level. So far the WiFi seems strong enough, but the login page specifically says it’s not streaming strength and tries to upsell you faster internet. Ugh. The good: they let me camp here in my skoolie, no questions asked. Homemade campers aren’t always welcome at RV parks. The bathrooms are clean and tidy, although only two shower stalls are open since every other stall is closed due to Covid. It’s nice to see them at least taking some precautions. The road noise isn’t bad in the off season. I imagine it’s a lot louder during the busy season.
1 year ago

pixy2402
English (US)
We stayed here with our teardrop trailer for one night. The level of cleanliness here was impressive, especially in the bathrooms. We enjoyed hot showers with great water pressure.
1 year ago

Hoopergirl
English (US)
DON'T STAY HERE. IT'S EXPENSIVE, OUR INTERNET SUCKS AND THEY DON'T KNOW THE MEANING OF CUSTOMER SERVICE. OH, AND OUR POWER JUST WENT OUT! HA! So first off, we've stayed at many RV campgrounds and this one has, by far, the worse customer service. We had booked to stay here for three weeks while traveling across country. My kids are doing virtual learning. The first day we realized that the resort essentially controls the speed of your internet. They can see every device on the wifi and if you're pulling too much data, they block your device. We had to ask two mornings in a row to unblock my kids' labtops so that they can do school. Given that it's 2020 and we live on the internet and the fact that we've never had this specific issue at any other RV campgrounds gives me cause for concern. Plus it's just plain creepy that they know and can control each device. Ok, onto the most important point and this of course has to do with money. They are not allowing us to cancel our reservation and get a refund. I found a different RV campground in Moab that has reliable internet and was planning on staying there for 10 days of our stay in Moab. BUT guess what? I can't cancel my reservation at Portal. And when I pressed the front desk, a gentlemen popped out from the offices and was real dick. I mean, a REAL dick. Like, if I treated a patient that way, I'd get fired, kinda dick. ZERO CUSTOMER SERVICE.
1 year ago

Jake
English (US)
This lost one star for being pricey and having tight spaces but it was a fine base camp to access Arches NP. Sandy dirt campsites, but some shade. Level, full hookups, nice shower and laundromat and convenience store. A cute little pool. The advertised dog run was nasty. Dusty dirt ground and lots if people were not cleaning up their dog poop.
1 year ago

harpo
English (US)
Very nice place. Clean.AT THIS TIME, there is a lot of construction on the road out front, 191, so currently it’s a little hairy getting in and out of the parking lot and it’s noisy.
1 year ago

Kris Hodges
English (US)
Awesome location on the north side of Moab, with easy access to Arches, Canyonlands, and Dead Horse Point. Try and time your stay with a new moon to do some spectacular star watching. Even at the RV park the night skies are super dark. Clean and quiet place. We'll be back for some more exploring in the area.
1 year ago

RayD
English (US)
Great spot in Moab. Resort was everything it claimed as advertised. Close to Arches and Canyonlands NP. Moab is a fun little town with lots of off road fun. It was 106 durning the day but cooled down to the low 70’s in the early morning. Bathrooms and showers were spotless.
1 year ago

Jessica
English (US)
We stayed in the resort portion of the park. The sites in this area are concrete with concrete patios and are very spacious. The resort pool and spa were clean and close to our site. Our only complaint was the internet. There is internet, but you are not allowed to stream anything. For us it was of no use. We did have good cell reception and were able to stream off of our phones.
1 year ago

HomeIsWhereWeParkIt
English (US)
This review pertains to the premium deluxe South side. The site itself was very nice. We chose the premium site because that is our preference when it comes to CG's that offer them. Outside of the quality of the site, pretty much everything else was NOT as advertised. The bathroom toilets were left uncleaned for days and some stalls had no went without TP for a couple days. The showers we were told on arrival were "off limits" while we were there. The roads on the South side were frequently used as a race track for young children from the north side on their bicycles. Our assumption is because the South side roads are nicely paved while the North side roads are not. Our neighbors dogs were not leashed and were even inside the pool fence not leashed even though we spoke to them about it. There is basically no security provided to enforce the rules they make sure you are made aware of. The South side pool was not maintained and/or cleaned except for the last day we were there. This CG charges a premium price, but they do not provide premium services they advertise. They don't even come close. Our recommendation is if you are going to stay here, choose the cheaper rates on the North side.
1 year ago

ourairstreamtrek
English (US)
Beware - some reviews are for the "back" area, which is extremely high-end. Other reviews are for the front area, which is standard campground quality. Our 3-star review is of the front part of the campground since you have to be Class A/Fifth Wheel to get into luxury side. This park is ideally located to Arches and Canyonlands. Also, downtown Moab is a couple of miles south of the park. As state above, the front of the park is standard campground quality. You are packed in, not that clean, and pretty loud if you are there during a busy time of the year. I would opt for trying to get into Dead Horse Point State Park or Devil's Garden Campground (Arches NP). We didn't plan far enough in advance to get either of those spots.
2 years ago

Danna
English (US)
We stayed in the resort section of this park, sites individually owned and rented out when owners are not using their site. The roads are paved in this section, the sites are concrete and landscaped, some have covered patios with patio tables & chairs. If you get a site next to one of the three story homes, you probably won’t get a satellite signal, so bring your coaxial cable to plug in.
2 years ago

MLD
English (US)
We stayed here for one night before heading up to Devil's Garden in Arches NP, and it was the perfect jump off point. It is close to town, has a little store with a few RV basics, the pool and hot tub were open and warm in mid-March (!!). They have dog parks (two) and a dog pond, so this would be a great place to go with fur-babies. The bathrooms were quite nice, but one awkward aspect is that the only toilet in the women's shower area is in the ADA shower and bath, and I felt it was not my place to use it. It also create a line in mornings, when folks take a shower in the only room with a toilet! There might have been another toilet area for women, but I didn't see one, and used the men's room twice. The only drawbacks are that it is expensive (the most expensive rv park I've stayed at) and many of the RV guests have quads or atvs that they cram into their sites. The park has a strict limit on number of vehicles (trailer or rv, towing vehicle and atvs included), but I didn't see this being enforced, and we had a couple of quads sitting on our "property line" so to speak. One challenge with the place is making a left onto the highway to go to Arches, Deadhorse, or Canyonlands. At some times of day, there is a steady line of cars and it ain't ain't easy to get out. .
3 years ago

BeerGremlin
English (US)
I have mixed feelings about this RV park. On one hand, the proximity to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse State Park can't be beat. It was so convenient to get up every morning to hike and then come back to the RV park in the afternoon to work. That said, the nature of their WiFi policy made the working part all but impossible. Essentially, they slow your Internet speeds when they detect you are streaming Netflix (or any video service), or if you upload files like I do for work. Not only do they artificially slow your connection, they also will kick you off and block you from getting back on. We weren't interested in streaming video, but I was not able to upload the ~50MB files I need to for work, so I had to switch over to our data plans. I can get that managing the connection of a ton of campers is a difficult task, but I've never been anywhere with such a restrictive policy. We met up with some campers a week later who also happened to stay at Portal RV Resort, and the first thing they mentioned was the Internet policy, so I know it's not just us. Anyway, all that said, we would stay here again, just not if we had to work for an extended period of time. The park itself was well maintained and the staff was helpful. The laundry facility was small, but nice and new. Also, it appeared there was some new construction going on to add new offices and a pool area. Maybe in a year or two the experience will be better.
4 years ago

Supergirl
English (US)
I’m surprised by the reviews here about good customer service because we experienced the complete opposite. First thing, they boasted about having a hot tub opening up on their website in March. We arrived in late March and the hot tub wasn’t even close to ready (sitting in the dirt). Their water was off at the dump station and the person at the front desk didn’t even know where the dump station was. When we complained about the hot tub and the water being off the owners told us “We only want happy campers here so you can leave. There are 18 other places to camp in Moab.” Finally, we got to our site and the electric wouldn’t work and the bathrooms were out of soap. I had to convince my husband to stay after that because there weren’t many other options during this busy weekend. The only reason I gave this place two stars is because they had a nice playground for my son and the bathrooms were recently updated. We would not stay here again and would not recommend this place to anyone.
4 years ago

Changing Itinerary
English (US)
We had planned to boondock in the Moab area, but all the BLM sites were full, extremely crowded and/or had little or no cell reception (and we needed to get some work done). So...we were fortunate enough to get a spot here during the busy month of May in Moab. We did have to change sites during our stay, but we are just thrilled they were able to find a spot for us! Excellent customer service!! Brand new restrooms, showers, and laundry area...super clean and nice! The older restrooms are kept very clean, too. They clearly take care of this RV park. There is some construction going on, so should be even nicer in the future! The park seems to have more trees than many parks in the area and some nice views. Although the quiet hours were quiet, it was sometimes loud until the quiet hours started. Which if you are trying to work during the day or want to go to sleep before 10 might be an issue. Not complaining, just sharing our experience. We understand that many people are on vacation and just having a good time! The location is great for visiting Arches, Canyonlands, and Dead Horse Point State Park. Short drive to gas, groceries, and lots of wonderful places to eat. Cell and WiFi: 3-4 bars of LTE on T-Mobile 2-3 bars of LTE on Verizon The WiFi is better than most RV parks, especially for a large busy park. However, the WiFi would just go down sometimes for short periods of time.
5 years ago

oursomedayisnow
English (US)
We wished we could have stayed longer, but it was packed, along with all the other sites in Moab. Just a matter of the season. I'm only speaking about the campground. The sites were maintained nicely, the staff was super friendly and helpful. The main office is under construction now, new buildings, so expect it to be even better, now they are using a portable building. The rules are very tight here, and everyone seemed to obey, no dangerous dog breeds, no drunks, large parties etc. There are other parks to go to if you have a large group of off road vehicles and like to have a loud party after a day on the trails, but this is not the spot for you, it's just a nice quiet place to relax. Off road vehicles and trailers are allowed, and they have space to put your trailer, it's just more low key, relaxed, not rowdy, affair here. There is a pond to swim in, large patio area to hang out, and a nice dog park. All very clean
5 years ago

John and Pam
English (US)
Portal RV Resort has two parts. The north campground is open to anyone with gravel pull thu sites. Most have full hook ups but there is a row without sewer. The south side of the park is the resort half where many of the sites have owners. All of these sites are 40'x 70' and paved. There are specific requirements to which vehicles are accepted in this section. We stay in the resort side and so enjoy the over sized sites with lots of room to spread out. The park is located between town and Arches NP. It is surrounded by beautiful views and far enough from the road for quiet. This is our second stay in the south side of the park. The WiFi wasn't as good as we expected but worked most of the time. But with good Verizon service we were fine.
7 years ago

Deke and Tiffani
English (US)
If you need a place with full hook-ups in Moab, this is a good option. It was clean, has laundry ($1.25 -- super cheap), and is right between town and the entrance to Arches. The only thing I wish it had -- more shaded spots. Also, we had great cell and internet here.
7 years ago