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Campsite opened from 20 March till 01 November
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Duke's SlickRock Campground / RV Park

275 E Highway 24
84734, Hanksville
Utah, the United States

 Enjoy our beautiful campground in a tent, RV or in one of our NEW cabins! We are located in Hanksville, Utah, right between Goblin Valley State Park and Capitol Reef National Park! NEW for 2016, we will be adding a seperate office with a gift/convenience shop! Be sure to check us out on your Southern Utah vacation!  

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OurWhirlwind
English (US)
Our site was littered with garbage and surrounded by tall weeds and yard debris. Full hookup but the sewer STINKS even when not being used. The bathrooms were filthy and in poor repair - shower doors don’t close, no shower heads, lots of mildew and water pressure changes whenever anyone flushes a toilet. This is basically a glorified parking lot. On the plus side, the Mountain View is nice, the laundry is cheap and it’s a pretty quiet park. I hope the owner makes the necessary improvements - there is potential here.
1 week ago

Deb
English (US)
The friendliest and most helpful place so far Green grass, immaculately clean campground and facilities and just outright helpful people. Stopped to dump - $5 then returned for a shower - $5. Needed to catch up on some work. We were able to park, get coffee and food and then carry on I was so impressed that coffee appeared at my outdoor work table and I didn’t even have to go looking for it. Excellent service!
1 month ago

OregonMum
English (US)
Needed the hubby to have signal for work while the kiddos and I played. There is a tower right in town so we had great Verizon signal. There is wifi at the campground that was ok. If you want to check in early, please call them because at least when we went at the end of March, the office didn’t open until noon. The bathrooms are old but plenty of hot water with decent pressure even with multiple people showering at once. The doors on the shower areas do not lock. The laundromat was $2 to wash, though I didn’t use the facilities. Be warned that weather forecasts for the area turned out entirely unreliable. I checked multiple websites and even radar maps for rain and it was wrong so many times. Even when it was actively raining outside the weather apps and radar showed no rain in the area. It made it tricky for planning slot canyon hikes, and Goblin Valley is a slippery muddy mess in the rain as we found out. We made it halfway through our Goblins Lair hike (on a morning that said 0% chance of rain) when it started to pour and hiking back up that slippery clay like mud was a “fun” experience. There are other fun hikes “nearby” like Little Wildhorse, and Horseshoe Canyon. No privacy between sites, but you’re not squished in either. Full hookups. No grass except off behind the bathrooms in the “tent” area.
1 month ago

ElliottM
English (US)
We stayed here off season, so there were only a few other campers here. My wife used the women's bathroom and said it needed maintenance & cleaning. The site was mostly dirt with some gravel, but it was quite level. We have a pickup camper and were in a pull-through site that might have been a little tight to exit with a longer RV due to the site spacing in front. In early- to mid-March there aren't many RV campgrounds open, and Duke's was adequate for our needs while passing through, and other reviewers seemed to have similar feedback.
2 months ago

bigdog
English (US)
Dukes Slickrock RV park could be a great place. The good points: This RV park is very convenient to a great many of the areas attractions. Electric was good, Water was good, Sewer connection was good and has spring loaded lids. As we are here in November. There are only a couple of others staying here. Which means the internet works great. We have four out of four bars with ATT cell service. The sites are reasonably level but need to be graveled. (but as Dukes experienced a flood in Sep 2021) I would give them a pass on the condition of the ground. Cons: We travel with a cat and our cat loves to walk on a leash. The parks rules say one has to keep their animals on a leash. This apparently doesn't apply to the owners Shar Pei dog & 3 cats. They are free to roam and leave deposits every where. And one of their cats keeps trying to get aggressive with ours. And their dog has stalked our cat while we both were walking it. (that is scary) And the cats keep trying to crawl inside our engine bay and inside the rear cap of our motorhome which makes all kinds of noise at night as they claw their way up the fiberglass. It is unacceptable that both my wife and I have to walk our pet and carry a walking stick so we can keep her safe from the owners pets. Minus the issues with the owners animals. We would stay here again.
6 months ago

rteloman
English (US)
We were there during the slow month of July. Most other guests stayed in the cabins with AC. The place was clean and the restaurant was good. My husband used the bathroom and said it was OK. Not sure if it would be better or worse during busy season. There are some small trees between each spot.
9 months ago

Casawndra
English (US)
People were friendly, bathrooms were not bad and I never complain when I can take a long hot shower. Had service, poor internet, but just needed a place to stay on the journey to monument valley. I felt safe!🤍 If you don’t want to pay I highly recommend checking out the dispersed camping outside of goblin valley state park. You can camp up against the mesas. Incredible!
1 year ago

Casawndra
English (US)
People were friendly, bathrooms were not bad and I never complain when I can take a long hot shower. Had service, poor internet, but just needed a place to stay on the journey to monument valley. I felt safe!🤍 If you don’t want to pay I highly recommend checking out the dispersed camping outside of goblin valley state park. You can camp up against the mesas. Incredible!
1 year ago

baconsontheroad
English (US)
Sites are very close together and no frills at all, but this is pretty much your only option with cell service near Goblin Valley State Park. Laundry is cheap, which is nice. The location is good (30 from Goblin's; 20 from Factory Butte) and there is good cell here. But I can't imagine staying here for more than a few nights, as you don't have much space or privacy at all. All that being said, $35/night is cheap for FHU in this area. It was good for a weekend stay.
1 year ago

Paul & Nadine
English (US)
Sites are gravel and fairly level. Facilities are very good. Grassy area for pets and tent campers. On site restaurant was pretty good. Town has 3 gas stations, 2 eateries, and a little grocery store with the essentials. 30-40 minutes to Capital Reef, San Rafael Swell, and is the beginning of scenic Hyw95. Some of the sites were hard to maneuver our 28’ Trailer.
2 years ago

Rosey Wanders With Riddles
English (US)
We pulled into Hanksville after spending the day hiking Muel canyon Ruins, Natural Bridge NM, and enjoying the jaw dropping views of highway 95. We’d planned on dry camping a littke further down the road at Seingarm City in Torrey, but de Ofer this was far enough for today. They had openings and took us right in. We stayed mid-October for one night. Sites are clean and wide. Gravel pads and mostly level. Some grass areas for tents and a restaurant (get some corn bread with butter!) on site. Hook ups are new. We’ll stay again because highway 95 will always be a route we take when traveling through Southern Utah. AT&T works out here, but is slow. We could stream some content, but it took awhile to buffer. Also, at night the carrier seemed to change to “Off Network”. No disruption in available service though. Across the street is a motel with a shack in the parking lot. While we were here, a man was playing music on his keyboard and signing. There is a stage in front of shack, but no one was there. I sat on the picnic table and listened to a few songs before heading back to the RV. If you hear music - I recommend you stop by. He might take requests.
3 years ago