Spanish Trail RV Park & Campground

(2) Reviews

2980 South Highway 191, Moab, UT, 84532

Spanish Trail RV Park & Campground is a park located 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 and cable TV, allows leashed pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a spacious pavilion, a gift shop, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as rock-climbing and rappelling, plane-rides, horseback riding, hot-air balloon rides, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, wildlife watching, stargazing, and much more!



The campground is near national parks like:

  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Zion National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Canyonlands National Park

Last Updated: 05/09/2020

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back-in 45′ Site 30 AMP $46.00
Pull-In 42′ Site 30 AMP $46.00
Pull –Thru – 50’ Site 30 AMP $50.00
Pull –Thru – 60’ Site 30 AMP $52.00
Pull –Thru – 65’ Site 30 AMP $54.00
Pull-Thru – 75’ Site 30 AMP $56.00
Standard Pull-Thru 40’ Site 30 AMP $46.00
Wide Sites 30 AMP $54.00

50 Amps

100 Amps

2980 South Highway 191, Moab, UT, 84532
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Anna Bean

Worst camping experience ever! Extremely rude staff, ridiculous high rates, just feet off the highway so you can hear the traffic all hours, and little to no accommodations. I arrived after the day after the rest of my family, and went to pay for additional camping fees at the office. I was told it was only $5 for me, my vehicle and my tent. At 11pm, a girl wanders over and tells me she’s with management and I have to take down my tent because they don’t allow stakes in the ground. I informed her I hadn’t staked it to the ground and I had confirmed it was okay, she called me a liar and told me I had no choice but to take it down. So we asked to speak to management. A burly man drives over, jumps out of his truck and immediately starts yelling at us to take down the tent or we’re all out on our asses. We tried explaining that it was the middle of the night and we had asked before setting up the tent, and they called us liars again. They had reasons for not allowing tents, such as no stakes, tents kill grass, they water every night, and said it was in a pamphlet we had signed before we camped. But it wasn’t okay to move the tent to the gravel next to my vehicle that was still on the site itself, and it was not listed in the pamphlet anywhere. The man and his wife continued to yell, waking up the 3 sleeping children in the camper at 11pm, and said he was going to call the deputy to have us forcefully removed because we “just weren’t getting it”. “You can either go to another camping spot or a hotel, we don’t give a ****!” We were trying to de-escalate the situation by that point, and it came out that someone else had been trying to shoot off guns in the park and they assumed we were going to be just like them and took it out on us. I cannot believe the utter disrespect for paying patrons. We will NEVER be returning here!

Chris M. Braden

We just returned from a 3-night stay at Spanish Trail RV Park. It is about 3 miles south of downtown Moab. Very nice. Pull-throughs and back-in sites. Can accommodate big rigs. We were traveling in a 38' fifth wheel and had plenty of room in our site. Each site had a car parking area next to your rig. No problem with any number of slides on your rig. Full hookups. Be sure to have a pressure gauge; their water pressure runs at 75 psi. Wifi and cable available and are free. We were able to get about 80 channels on cable. Wifi was a little sporatic. When the office closed at night, the wifi sped up. The owners and staff are very nice. If you needed better wifi, you could bring your laptops, etc. into the office and sit at the computer desk that was available for use. Beautiful trees which gave you plenty of shade and roses, plenty of grass and each site had a picnic table. No campfires allowed. This park is open year-round. Pet friendly for small dogs. They have a list of bigger dogs that they will not allow. Plenty of areas for the pets. There is no pool or activities for kids. It sits along Hwy. 191 and can be a little noisy but once inside your rig, it is quiet. We were there for a Heartland RV Rally and the park was packed and it was still very quiet. If you need any supplies, you need to go to town since they do not have much in the way of RV supplies. They do have ice cream bars! We didn't use the bathroom facilities or showers, however Good Sam rates them a 10. Prices - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group