Hittle Bottom Campground

Moab, Utah

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Hittle Bottom Campground sits just 6 miles outside of the eastern edge of Arches National Park, but to get there you’ll pass the turnoff to the park on US 191, turn up UT 128, and then drive 30 miles to reach it. As you make your way up the Colorado River on sinuous UT 128, enjoy the spectacular sights, from the verdant riparian riverway to the soaring sandstone spires. The drive is definitely worth it. Hittle Bottom is a true hidden gem—far enough away from the bustle of Moab and Arches to give you a peaceful camping experience, yet close enough that you can access any of the area’s main attractions with only a short commute.
Best Tent Camping: Utah

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by (Menasha Ridge Press)

Hittle Bottom Campground sits just 6 miles outside of the eastern edge of Arches National Park, but to get there you’ll pass the turnoff to the park on US 191, turn up UT 128, and then drive 30 miles to reach it. As you make your way up the Colorado River on sinuous UT 128, enjoy the spectacular sights, from the verdant riparian riverway to the soaring sandstone spires. The drive is definitely worth it.

Hittle Bottom is a true hidden gem—far enough away from the bustle of Moab and Arches to give you a peaceful camping experience, yet close enough that you can access any of the area’s main attractions with only a short commute.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Moab
Campsites: 15
Season: Year-round
Additional Use: Boat Launch, Boating
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: 435-259-2100, blm.gov/utah; reservations: 877-444-6777, recreation.gov
Fees per Night: $15/night (single), $60/night (group)
Facilities: Vault toilets, paved boat launch
Driving Directions: Directions to Hittle Bottom Campground

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