We loved hanging out in Colorado during September, but as the freezing temps rolled in, it was time to roll out! We decided to head back to Moab for a week to enjoy the mild climate and some socialization.
The Moab KOA is just a mile from town and was a great basecamp to explore epic hiking! Here’s the campground link to view the most recent rate information.
Here’s the Breakdown:
Location: Moab, Utah
GPS: 38.5244, -109.4959
Date / Temp: We camped here for 7 nights in early October and the temps were mild with daytime highs in the 70s and nights in the 40s.
Amenities: The Moab KOA offers full hookup sites, tent camping and cabins. Along with standard KOA features like a pool, playground and general store; the Moab KOA also offers a bike repair & cleaning station for cycling enthusiasts.
Wifi / Cell: We received a strong 4G LTE signal with both AT&T and T-Mobile. The park has free wifi as well and it is actually quite fast & reliable. We were able to stream with it and complete all of our online tasks.
Noise: Even after Labor Day, this park was slammin’ busy. The noise level during the day was loud with activities, but after dark it was pretty quiet.
Grocery / Errands: Downtown Moab is only a mile away. It offers two grocers, lots of gas stations, a tourism center and post office. We were able to complete all of our errands easily and quickly.
Dog Friendly: This park is dog friendly. There’s a lot of room to walk our pup around the park and to play fetch at our site. They also offer an off leash dog park with two sections for large & small dogs.
Entertainment: Arches & Canyonlands are the area’s big attractions. There are countless hikes, off road trails, water activities and petroglyphs to explore. Downtown Moab also offers many eating & drinking options.
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