As most of y’all know… we love boondocking. But with temps in the 100s, we hopped on the opportunity to experience Moab while camping with full hookups! We’d like to give a huge “thank you” to Archview RV Resort for hosting our five-day visit.
The park served as a perfect basecamp to explore all of Moab’s hot spots. We packed an awful lot into our time here, but overall, we barely scratched the surface of everything that Moab offers.
Archview RV Resort has space for the largest of rigs, multiple tent campers and cabins for rent. You can view their website and all the rates here.
Here’s the Breakdown:
GPS: 38.6768, -109.6875
Date / Temp: We camped here for 5 nights in early September and the temps were blazing hot with highs in the 100s. Visiting later in the fall would definitely be a good decision.
Amenities: Archview Resort offers many amenities. They have a pool, splash pad, campground store and multiple bath houses. Almost every RV site is pull-through with full hook ups. Our favorite amenity is the resorts location – its an easy drive to Arches & Canyonlands.
Wifi / Cell: We received a strong 4G LTE signal with both AT&T and T-Mobile. The speeds were fast, allowing us to stream movies and upload YouTube videos with ease. The Resort offers fast & reliable internet with speeds that allow streaming movies & music.
Noise: Considering the size of Archview, it’s pretty quiet. During the day there is a lot of activity onsite, but the nights have been quiet throughout our stay.
Grocery / Errands: Downtown Moab is about 10 miles away. There’s a few grocers and lots of tourist shopping. We stocked up on food before arrival because prices can be steep at the local City Market.
Dog Friendly: This site is dog friendly. There are many doggy-waste stations located throughout the grounds. Having full hookups here, we felt comforted knowing our pup was cool while we were away.
Entertainment: Hiking, ATVing and the two nearby National Parks are a few popular activities in Moab. There is a large trail system connected to Archview RV Resort that is great for ATVing and hiking. We also highly recommend hiking the Devil’s Garden in Arches NP – but, please bring lots of water!
Downtown Moab is worth checking out too! Here’s a video of an evening we spent downtown:
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We were just in that area ands found a great campground also. You can read our review of the area here. https://bruvtravels.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/campground-review-sandcreek-torrey-utah/