Slickrock Campground RV & Tent Camping Resort

(5) Reviews

1301 North Highway 191, Moab, UT, 84532

Slickrock Campground RV & Tent Camping Resort is a shaded park located on ten acres of land near Moab, Utah. It features full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. Many of them are pull through accessible. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include 24-hour security, a playground, a heated pool, two hot tubs, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like three restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, fishing, and wildlife watching.



The campground is near attractions like:

  • Canyonlands National Park
  • Slickrock Bike Trail
  • Arches
  • Canyonland Ballooning 

Last Updated: 11/01/2022

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook-ups/ w Cable TV/ 30amp $47.00
Full Hook-ups/ w Cable TV/ 50amp $49.00
No Hook-up Car Camping $29.00
Water & Electric $43.00

Checking In/Out Policies

1: Check-in time for RV sites and tent sites is 12:00 noon 2: Check-in times for cabins is after 3:00 pm 3: No late checkouts on cabins! No exceptions! 4: Late checkouts on RV sites are $10.00. That gives you until 3:00 pm. 5: Late checkouts on tent sites are $5.00 until 3:00 pm. 6: 1 or 2 vehicles per site, as space allows – extra vehicles must go in overflow! 7: If you have not check out by 11:00 nor have purchased a late check out you will be charged for that night.


In the event of cancellation, please notify us as soon as possible. Deposits will be returned in the form of a check by mail or a credit will be issued to your card. Cancellation & Refund Policy is different for special events and holidays. “Black Out” events forfeit entire deposit if less than 72 hours notice. Please ask when making reservation. Your advance deposit, less a $10.00 handling fee, will be refunded if Slickrock Campground is notified 72 hours before your scheduled arrival date. If not notified no refund will be given.

Pet Policy

1: Pets love to walk and explore their surroundings. Please keep them on a leash at all times. 2: Pets do not have the luxury of using restrooms or pool facilities. 3: Please take them to the pet walk and clean up after them. 4: Pets are not allowed in cabins. No exceptions! 5: Pets love to spend time with you. Isn’t that why you brought them? Please take them with you when you leave the park. If at any time your pet is left unattended we reserve the right to call animal control and have it removed. 6: Many people, including ourselves, love pets but there are some who do not. You are responsible for your pet in all regards


1: You are responsible for reading and being aware of the policies, especially for special events and holidays. 2: Sites are first-come-first-served. We do not maintain a waiting list. Keep calling to get a site when someone cancels. 3: Be aware of special events and holidays. This may greatly effect availability and rates. 4: You are responsible for reading and being aware of “cancellation” policies for special events and Premium dates. 5: Guests or groups causing excessive noise, at the discretion of the owner/manager of the park, will be liable for any refund given to other campers. 6: Credit card number is required for making a reservation and staying at our campground. 7: No open campfires. There is a $75 fine for anyone found with an open fire

General Store

Pets Allowed



Pull-Thru RV Sites

Laundry Facilities

Gravel Roads

Community Showers

Drinking Water

Water Hookups

RV Sanitation


Picnic Area

Community Restrooms

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup

Dump Station


Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs

Trash Service


50 Amps

Picnic Table

30 Amps

Family Friendly

Pet Friendly


1301 North Highway 191, Moab, UT, 84532
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Overall Rating: 3.4

Joe and Lisa Piano

Our first stop of our 6 month journey of 2022 was Slick Rock rv resort in Moab. We stayed for the month of October and it was a great stay here. Sites were nice. Pool and hot tub were always clean and warm. Laundry was also kept very clean. Kim and Jill in the office were always there to help and always talked and very pleasant to be around. Scott the lead maintenance man was so very friendly from day 1 of our arrival. Also very pleasant and gave us a lot of information about the area and where to ride. Will definitely be back and stay here. Thank you staff for making our stay here memorable.

stephanie was very helpful! We were broken down in the busiest keep rally weekend and she gave us a spot for two nights. refunded us when we only used one night! bathrooms were clean and above expectations. A little close for comfort sites but Would strongly recommend this RV campground

Paul Stetler

We had trouble finding a place to stay in Moab....we learned why Slickrock was still available after we arrived. There was confusion on our reservation that was only partly resolved. Yes, we knew about the construction ahead of time....nothing we could do about the noise and dirt. Amenities, or lack of them, were a joke. No WiFi except in the laundry room, no cable tv....because of construction and renovation. That is to be expected under those conditions, but we were still charged full price which we didn’t like. Moab is a great place to visit....we had a wonderful time. So close to National Parks, fun town, good bike paths. Next time we shall plan earlier and find a better place to stay.

Paolo Pablito

Awful experience! 20 Hours priori to my arrival they send me an email stating about some of the inconvenience that I could have, fine, what is done is done! Once there they escort me to my spot, a car is parked there and I have to wait 20 minutes, fine, no big deal. He place is literally a construction site, with heavy machineries, pipes, dust and trenches. My sewage hookup is taken by the neighbor, the grill and the table are missing and the space is so tight I can’t even open the awning, fine, I ask for help but nothing happen for the following 45 minutes. So I just decide to find my own solution, I move into a free spot and I communicate it to the guy, and guess what? Now “help” arrives! The owners (lady, gentlemen and their son) they try to find a solution trying to justify themselves but I si ply remark them that I’m not moving, I needed help before! In all this internet doesn’t work! Zero, zilch, nada: “oh they cut the cable while digging” what a joke, and they obviously wait last second to tell you, zero communication. I finally setlle but of course I’m not happy of the whole scenario and I decide to stay just 2 nights instead than 3, so I ask a refund (they claim instead they gave me a refund for my inconvenience). During the day guess what? Water is missing, shut down because of the works in progress, which could be understandable, but is not acceptable the lack of communication, no one said anything, not even a posted sign! I complain and water come back after another 45 minutes. It doesn’t finish here. 2 rv arrives at 10.30 pm, fine, I actually even helps the group of people with hookups. At 11pm they started bbq, and having loud conversations till past midnight, obviously no one in the property there to let notice the happy group about proper behavior. The morning finally comes, 7am and I can’t wait to leave, but guess what? Water is missing again, I simply ask how long it will take and I get a “5 minutes” answer, the property tells me “they don’t tell us what they do” (can you imagine?what a joke ) 1 hour passed by and I’m fed up, I can’t leave because I can’t take a shower and I can’t dump my tanks, I’m. Ask ally hostage. Im pretty upset and so my is neighbor and other customers too. I go and try to be heard, things escalated, with the owner getting pissed off because I simply tell them how everything is a joke, he even try to get aggressive and physical “inviting” me to go to his house to confront him (what a genius), I simply shout at him that I’m there waiting for him! The fun part is not done, he actually call the police on me, seriously, what a joke (he is a joke and his place) police officer came and we had a civilized discussion explaining to him what happened ed, even himself told me “he should have just closed his section where are working”. But being greedy doesn’t let you think, and that’s the result. Those people should have a communication class because they are very poor at it, they lack of critical thinking and problem solving. They should have closed the whole section, dust is everywhere, noise from machines is constant, it’s everything but a vacation! No one told us prior the arrival about the real situation, about internet and about intermittent water. They just send you an email the day before, you can read also other reviews to confirm that, (such smartass) when hey could have sent it at the moment of reservation. Can’t wait to see if they reply and how they reply. I don’t recommend this place to anyone, at all! I work in hospitality and I travel a lot, all over the world (probably he owner should too in order to understand what customer satisfaction means) and I’ve never seen a place so unorganized, badly conducted and in such conditions! A disaster

Denise Williams

This place was really nice and very relaxing to stay at. We are so happy to have stumbled upon it on our trip. The staff welcomed up like long term patrons and helped us in so many ways. There were a great array of sites to choose from that were great for all kinds of camping styles. The amenities were really nice and gave us more than the basics. There were some activities that we found relaxing and liked how many people got together to enjoy the great location. There were a lot of beautiful sights to take in and we couldn’t get enough.

Campground Response

Thank you so much Denise! We are so happy you enjoyed your stay with us. We hope to see you again soon! Have a wonderful day. Morgan Slickrock Campground