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Devil's Garden Campground

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“devil's garden”(24 reviews)
“flush toilets”(18 reviews)
“tent camping”(6 reviews)
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    Reviewed 24 October 2015 via mobile

    This was the best campsite I had ever been to. The setting was stunning with loads of rock formations, the facilities clean and the camp host extra helpful. The night sky was very clear from this location. It is worth booking this site as it...More

    Thank Kiwitraveller_8
    Reviewed 1 October 2015 via mobile

    Such a cool campground!!! So cool being able to camp in the national park!!! Lots of rabbits and great scenery. The winds pretty haunting at night, sounds like whispering mwahahahaha but very cool. Make sure you book months and months in advance cause this place...More

    Thank Eveleentrow
    Reviewed 15 September 2015

    Stayed in campsite #51 at the end of the loop. Campsites have good privacy, due to all the vegetation being low to the ground, but because of that shade is fairly limited. Many very scenic sites and good access to trailheads. Downside of the campsite...More

    4  Thank TravelerFromOC
    Reviewed 15 September 2015 via mobile

    Located at the far end of the national park, very close to many attractions and hikes, but around 30-40 mins drive from Moab town and shops so take provisions with you. Water available in the park. Clean toilets but no showers. Large sandy spots with...More

    3  Thank Jo_Aberdeen_UK
    Reviewed 14 September 2015 via mobile

    We didn't get a chance to actually stay in the campground, but we drove through. And put it high on the list of things to do when we come back. Beautiful setting, nice campsites, and amphitheater, and decent facilities. We have a truck and a...More

    1  Thank MarySEverett_Wa
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    This is the only campground in Arches National Park and is open in the winter.
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    "We loved spot #11"
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    "Love the sites at the end of the loop. Close to a great trailhead."
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    "Book several months out if going during the summer."
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    "#51 was a great spot with views and trees"
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