Slickrock Campground

1301 North Highway 191, Moab, Utah
RV Park
6 reviews


Daily: $25-$40 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access



“Just to expensive ”

50 USD ist just to much for that, what you get! Dirty restrooms and tiny sites.....

“Ugly and expensive”

Worst park we stayed in during 3 month trip through the US. Also one of the most expensive. Didn't use the pool because it was raining, it looked like it was ok, although next to the park entrance and highway...

“Stay Away!!!!!”

Beyond dusty ( in September), extremely close sites,dirty restrooms, half the washers not working, NO cover on trash dumpster so millions of flies everywhere all the time, electrical hookup messed up from the start (next site same way!!) even after be"looked at", nasty person working in office... DON'T GO!!!!
Stayed: 09/18/16 to 09/20/16

“Cozy, but.....”

Slickrock is very cozy and people are really nice and helpful, RV sites fine for 30 ft., but bathrooms very dirty and need to be fixed. More than half of the washing machines where "out of order".......cozy and helpful, but out of order.
Stayed: 06/10/16 to 06/11/16

“Fine for overnight”

We were unable to get into our first couple of choices as our schedule changed, and we came back 2days earlier.  So, we got in to this one, and were grateful to stop after a full day of driving and seeing Arches.

First impressions:  Yay!  There's a pool and hot tubs!!  How nice, the gal in the office is nice.  We were instructed to pick an open site, and then come back and pay.  Great!  We found a shady spot (hard to come by in 100+degree Moab), got set up, and all hookups fine.  Site was level and pull through. It was dusty, and roads and sites were dirt. But so far, so good.

We paid, and were told that the pool had been closed due to a filter problem, but was now reopened.  We could hardly wait because the heat was oppressive.  We got to the pool, it was torn up at one end, and the water was murky.  There were also about 8 kids (aged 2-8) hollering and jumping and taking up the whole pool.  Even though it was murky, it was hot so we thought we'd risk it.  There were three adult men by the working hot tub, who, I assumed were watching their kids.  After about 5 minutes, I noticed the 2year old had poop in her swimsuit. We got out immediately, and I told a young couple who were just coming into the pool.  The men did nothing, but then invited all the kids into the hot tub.  Not cool! I reported the pooper to the office, and they were nice, but ended up not doing anything.

We left and I took a shower in the restroom right by the pool.  It was the worst!  The handle was rusting away, everything was falling apart, and it was dirty and buggy.

This could be an ok place, but some upkeep is sorely needed, and the pool and hot tub area need work.  They are just YuckY.  It also was not cheap, I paid over $40 for the night.

I would not stay here again.

Worst campground I havr been in since 1996.  Wires to low for large campers
  No control over parking that blocks access.  Very crowded together.

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