The 12 Best RV Parks in Moab, UT

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Fruita, CO

Monument RV Resort

Not only are we the closest full-service RV Park to Colorado National Monument, we are right across the street from James R. Robb State Park which has access to the Colorado River, a swim beach and fishing lake. When you stay with us, you can leave your car behind and walk to 16 different eating establishments ranging from all the fast food restaurants, Starbucks, an oriental restaurant and a steakhouse.The Dinosaur Journey Museum, a favorite with families, is across the street from the Park. Monument RV Resort offers a variety of accommodations to fit every lifestyle, from 95-foot pull-thrus for your big rig to tent sites and comfortable cabins. We have easy on and off access to I-70, yet we are located far enough away that you won’t hear freeway noise. The west entrance to the Colorado National Monument is just 2 miles from our Park and is a beautiful, scenic 23-mile drive.Bring along a picnic, stay for sunset and watch the buttes and spires glow. If you come during the winter season, the Monument is spectacular under a dusting of snow. The Monument and McInnis Canyons (1 mile from our Park) provide miles of hiking trails, world-class mountain biking and rock climbing. The Kokopelli Trail System is 5 miles from our Park. An excellent, paved bike trail is accessible from our Park and goes 30 miles east along the Colorado River. The Desert north of Fruita offers off road biking and ATV trails.Downtown Fruita and Grand Junction are a short drive from the Park with shopping, farmers markets, festivals, museums , restaurants and so much more. Adobe Creek National Golf Course offers 27 holes on three separate nine hole courses.

Olathe, CO

Uncompahgre River RV Park

EXCLUSIVELY FOR ADULTS OVER 50!At the Uncompahgre River RV Park, we focus on providing a comfortable and relaxing setting with plenty of space to stretch your legs. Each site provides full hook-ups and concrete pads and patios surrounded by natural grass. We are continually working to expand and improve the park. With over 1/3 mile of river frontage on 29 acres, there is plenty of improved and natural spaces for you to enjoy. The Uncompahgre River RV Park is exclusively for adults over 50.Olathe is a sleepy little town and provides a quiet and peaceful setting for our park. As we are set on the southern town limits, we enjoy the benefits of city water and sewer services with shopping and medical care just blocks away. Highway 50 is over half a mile to the east and traffic noise is minimal here.Wildlife seen in the park include geese, ducks, owls, bald eagles, golden eagles, heron, chukar, hummingbirds, kingfisher, raccoon, skunk, beaver, mink, foxes, and a badger. The river provides sustenance to a variety of animals in this arid region. In addition, there are some nice brown trout in the river. The best time for fishing here is fall through spring, when the river runs clear.Set amongst the cottonwoods flanking the river and corn fields, our park provides the feeling of a remote locale with the amenities of urban life. If you can’t find what you need in Olathe, Delta and Montrose are only 10 miles to the north and south and offer a larger variety of stores, shops and restaurants.Recent improvements include multiple wood sculptures and riverside benches by Ken Braun Jr. of Montrose, expansion of the park to the south, and construction of storage units for golf carts, ATVs or your other possessions and toys. Many more projects are now in the works!

Loa, UT

Fremont River RV Park

The Fremont River RV Park sits on a single acre's worth of land in the small town of Loa, which is in southern Utah. It has fences that surround three sides of the property, with the only side that isn't fenced being the one that faces the road. This allows for the positioning of the entrance and subsequent exit of the campground. The roads on the property are comprised entirely of dirt and gravel. However, they are maintained by the staff of the park to the degree that most vehicles would be safe to drive on them. Just as southern Utah is known for its red rock, the Fremont River RV Park shares this same trait, with an abundance of the signature red rock making up the campground's composition.Currently, there are 18 RV sites on the property that guests can reserve to stay at. Of the eighteen, ten of them are back-in sites, while the remaining eight are pull-through sites. This gives guests the choice of which site would be optimal for them, their vehicle, and their RV. The park offers a variety of amenities and features at each of the eighteen sites, which includes a 30/50 AMP electricity hookup, water hookup, and sewage hookups.Other features and amenities available to guests staying at the Fremont River RV Park are picnic tables, a laundromat, showers, restrooms, and a dog park. One guest's comment regarding the bathrooms and the park reads, "This is a brand new RV park. On Google maps, it's still just an empty field. So, with it being brand new, the bathrooms are very clean." The park plans to expand this list of features to eventually include a canopy to provide a shady place its guests may use on a hot or rainy day, as well as fire pits where guests may enjoy each other's company by the warmth of a fire. To cater to those who may not have an RV that requires an RV site and hookups, the park is also planning to add six tent sites to the property in the near future.

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