I've seen other reviewers who didn't have great things to say, and I'm guessing perhaps things were different when they stayed, because we have had a great time, and have enjoyed the staff, who have all been friendly, as well as following their enhanced safety protocols due to Covid-19 (as far as we can tell, really). Can't really speak to the noise factor from Hwy 191, because our RV often has the AC running anyway, but when sitting outside the noise from the road is not overpowering that we could tell. Maybe if we were closer to the road or in a tent only it might be different. Noise from the road *is* definitely audible and relatively constant though (kind of like ocean waves, but motorized). So, if you're looking for the absolute quiet of deep desert or remote boondocking, nowhere near a highway or Moab's downtown is going to get you that. The RV sites are pretty close together, with many sites having somewhere between 10-12 feet separating the RVs, on average. Although we didn't use the primitive camping spots, the tent camping appears to also be relatively closely spaced, but we've seen quite a few tent sites that appear to hold 5+ tents at once, and the main tent area has a permanent shade built over the most common pitching area, which I imagine helps quite a bit in the 95°+ temperatures during the day in the summer. Haven't used the pool, but it looks fabulous, and has a spa/hot tub that looks like it might hold 15-20 people at once. Internet is really quite good, for the most part -- the park's WiFi is solid, reaches easily to our site (not sure about the entire park, we're kinda in the middle), and gets okay speeds during lower trafficked times (mid-day/afternoon/late evening). Wifi is pretty abysmal first thing in the morning, and during prime time (7-10pm). We've guessed it's because everyone is using their phones / tablets / comps to check email and stream shows during dinnertime, so those times we just use cell signal for internet. That said, the cell signal for all of Moab is great. We're on AT&T and have had 4-5 bars pretty much throughout the Spanish Valley / Moab region. Only once you start getting close to (or into) one of the many canyons outside of Moab do you get the dreaded No Signal problem. Great location in general, but a little bit further from Moab's downtown than we expected -- there were a couple times the first few days when we kept asking, "Are you sure it's this far out and we haven't passed it already?"
1 year ago