Moab Camping Guide

Located in southeast Utah, Moab is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Camping is a great way to enjoy this beauty and Moab offers many amazing camping opportunities!


With its stunning red rock formations and vast open spaces, many campers choose to spend their nights in the Moab area.  Explore the beauty of Moab and experience the joys of camping!

Moab, Utah is a great destination for adventure seekers and nature lovers alike. It is home to two Utah National Parks and a Utah State Park.

Spring Weather in Moab:

March: 64/35 F April: 71/42 F May: 82/51 F

Summer Weather in Moab:

June : 93/60 F July : 100/67 F August : 97/66 F

Fall Weather in Moab:

Sept : 85/54 F Oct : 71/40 F Nov : 55/30 F

Winter Weather in Moab:

Sept : 85/54 F Oct : 71/40 F Nov : 55/30 F

Best Time of Year for Camping in Moab

You’ll find camping spots at BLM Campgrounds in Moab. Most individual campsites are first-come, first-served (no reservations available). Be prepared to pay at the campground with exact cash or check.

BLM Campgrounds in Moab

Reservations for camping are required from March 1 to October 31. The Devil’s Garden Campground is the only place in Arches where you can camp, and it is a limited development campground.

Arches National Park Camping

There's only one small developed campground in Island in the Sky. There are areas accessible by backpacking. Willow Flat Campground has only 12 sites, and is fully operational all-year-round.

Canyonlands National Park Camping

Glamping allows you to enjoy the outdoors in comfort and style in deluxe tents, cabins, tipis, and Airstreams! When glamping in Moab you can choose from a variety of glamping sites that offer amenities such as hot tubs, fire pits, and kitchenettes.

Glamping in Moab