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My primary advice is arrive early. Even though the official checkout time for campers is 10 am, get there earlier and look for camp sites that have indicated they'll be leaving that day at 10 am and just wait for them to leave. We arrived...More
One of the best campgrounds in the NP system. Get there early to get one of the secluded spots. Nice restroom and cleanup facilities. Bouldering right in your campsite--hiking trails close-by. Be careful with water runoff from the rock orations behind most sites during monsoon...More
Squaw Flat Campground in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park is your basic far-from-anywhere national park campground, with limited services even more limited during the winter off season. There are no hookups. Fresh water is available in warmer months, but must necessarily be turned...More
This campground is really outstanding! you get 100% nature, a sky full of stars, gorgeous sunrises and plenty of silence. There are restrooms with water, everything else you bring on your own. I loved to stay there! it costs 15$ per vehicule.
We stayed 2 nights for 15$/night. Only 26 campsites on a first-come-first-stay base, so arrive early in the morning to grab a campsite. If you are too late than switch to plan B : Needles outpost (closed ?) or BLM Hamburger Rocks campground (for free)...More
H, Not been there but looking at alt for ourselves. There is a hamburger rocks - blm - campground with pit toilets in the area. You would not have to go all the out to the main highway again. Looks nice but no water?
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"Arrive early!!! Camp sites fill up extremely quickly!!!"