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As you plan your Arches National Park vacation, you’ll need to decide where to stay.

There are no hotels at Arches, and most people stay in nearby Moab, Utah.

But if you’re looking for Arches National park camping, there is one campground in the park, and it’s small.

It’s important to know all about camping at Arches, when to make reservations, campground facilities and more!

What You Need to Know About Arches National Park Camping

Reservations are required from March 1 to October 31.

Between November 1 and February 28, all camping sites at Arches are first-come, first served.

There is one campground at Arches National Park with 51 total camp sites, each one accommodating ten people.

Facilities include: drinking water, picnic tables, grills and both pit-style and flush toilets.

Devils Garden Campground Information

The Devil’s Garden Campground is the only place in the park where you can camp.

It’s awesome to camp in a location surrounded by juniper and pinyon pines, and beautiful slickrock landscape. There are many hiking trails in the area to explore. 

Facilities

  • 53 sites
  • Potable water
  • Grills 
  • Picnic tables
  • Pit-style and flush toilets
  • Pets are allowed in the campgrounds

The campground does not have the following:

  • RV hook-ups
  • Dump station
  • Shower facilities

Devils Garden Campground Accessibility

  • Two ADA accessible campsites with one site as a first-come, first-served for people with disabilities only. The other is available for reservation March-October, up to six months in advance. In winter all sites are first-come, first-served.
  • The accessible sites are paved for wheelchair ease of use. The tent pad is dirt, but the rest of the area surrounding the picnic table, grill, and fire ring is paved.
  • Accessible bathroom two sites from the ADA accessible campsite via a paved road.
  • The campground road has slopes, speed bumps, and drainage ditches that may make travel by wheelchair difficult.

RV & Trailer Information

  • Sites range in length from 20 to 40 feet.
  • RV Allowed – Yes
  • RV Max Length in Feet – 40
  • Trailer Allowed – Yes
  • Classification – This campground is a limited development campground.
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Camping Near Arches National Park

One campground may not be enough for every camper that wants to visit Arches National Park, especially during the busy months. There are many other camping options near Arches National Park. 

The following list of campgrounds are private or commercially owned with modern conveniences like running water, showers, RV hook-ups, and more. 

Archview RV Resort

Located less than 10 minutes north of Arches National Park, on Highway 191, Archview RV Resort & Campground  is open from March to October. It is one of the best in Utah’s red rock country.  

Facilities:

  • 77 RV sites
  • Dump station
  • Tent camping welcome
  • Cabin rentals 

Moab Valley RV Resort and Campground

Moab Valley RV Resort & Campground is a campsite that only takes a five-minute ride to reach. You will enjoy lounging, meditating, and swinging while enjoying the incomparable views. 

Facilities:

  • 62 RV sites
  • Dump station
  • Cabin rentals

Portal RV Resort

Portal RV Resort is a full-service luxury RV Resort offering the largest RV sites in Moab. After a day at the National Parks, enjoy the breathtaking panoramic 360 degree views of the Utah Canyonlands and the LaSal Mountains from your RV site.

Facilities:

  • 82 RV sites
  • Dump station
  • Swimming pool 

BLM Campgrounds Near Arches National Park

Moab, Utah is a place with spectacular scenery, bizarre land formations, canyons, slick rock, and rivers. Campgrounds and recreation sites surround the area.

The Bureau of Land Management operates these campgrounds. The only offer limited services, but the good thing about staying here is the liberating feeling of not having to fight for a spot.

You can find a complete list of area campgrounds here.

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