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Devil's Canyon Campground

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Den Bosch, The Netherlands
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On the website, it said the campsite was closed until May. We passed and checked it out anyway, and it turned out to be open (although the amenities couldn't be used yet, and only the right half of the campground was open). Easy access near the road, and beautiful and level spots. To be recommended.

Thank Kaparipin
Logan, Utah
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well cared for campground with pull-through slots for trailers. Quiet, about a mile from Hwy 191. Excellent view of Abajo peak to the north. About 12 miles south of Monticello. If you are looking for a nice out of the way stop, this is it. Not far distance to the Bear's Ears Monument, the Moki Dug-way or following along to...

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Oceanside, California
Reviewed 9 August 2016

We reserved a site for several nights so we would have a guaranteed spot when we arrived after a 12 hour drive. When we got there, we found that our reserved site basically had no spot for our 4 person tent. The site was steep and the table and fire pit were pretty far away from the parking spot. It...

Thank paulmcewen
Olympia, Washington
Reviewed 4 July 2016

We visited this campground as a one night stop after having visited Arches & Canyonlands for a couple days and before heading along to Natural Bridges and The Valley of the Gods. It was great for a one night stop but could be great for several nights as well. It was a Monday night and the campground was surprisingly quite...

1Thank PuraVidaDawn
Kalispell, Montana
Reviewed 8 May 2016

Most are large spots but no hookups. All paved and appear to be even. Nice scenery and just less than a mile off the main road. Clean and well maintained. Very cheap as are all the national park campgrounds.

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Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

If you like loud and noisy generators that may run until 10 pm and begin again at 6 am then you will like it here. It is a pretty campground but it was impossible to enjoy the outside amenities such as the picnic table and fire pit because of all of the noise. I could not get out of here...

Thank lovesadventures
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

Stayed here a couple nights in the Summer and loved it. Very clean and quiet...even the bathrooms smelled good! It only gets four stars because of the lack of showers. If you need to shower, head South to Blanding to the KamPark RV site. You pay $5 per person at the Shell station next to it and they give you...

2Thank Tiffany T
Temecula, California
Reviewed 6 January 2014

I stayed here for one nite in September as part of my multi-state road trip. I was impressed from the moment i entered the campground. It was clean, set up nicely, and the sites aren't cramped together, so it gives you the feel you're out there alone. I had deer walking around my site. It was very quiet, partly because...

1Thank JFC63
Trinec, Czech Republic
Reviewed 24 June 2013

I was a bit afraid of this campground, once I booked it couple of months ago. But it really surprised me. Very nice, calm and clean place in nature, not far away from Moab and Arches NP. The only thing which could be there is some grilling grid as there is a fire hole only. Also there are no showers,...

1Thank omzu
Fort Bragg, California
Reviewed 5 June 2013

Wow, I just submitted this campgrounds existence to TripAdvisor last week and someone already beat me to the first review before I had the chance! But glad he did as it's a swell place to stop for a few days...You would not expect a campground of this high a caliber way out here.....On our visit it was very uncrowded, we...

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Address: US Hwy 191, Monticello, UT
Region: United States > Utah > Monticello
Number of rooms: 21
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“Go to campsitephotos.com to see pictures of each individual site. The "B" loop is more in the woods than the "A" loop.”
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