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Old 05-07-2021, 09:33 PM   #1
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Moab & Mesa Verde recomendations

We are going through the area and would like to camp for a few days at Moab and then Mesa Verde. Checked and both federal campgrounds are booked up so need to go commercial. Just need a clean, reasonably priced place to put our 19 foot trailer for a few nights. No kids along but clean showers are nice.

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Old 05-10-2021, 07:00 AM   #2
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Moab is crazy busy!! Not sure you will find anything but boondocking there.
As for Mesa Verde, there a lot of places to stay, Target tree CG is pretty nice and not far.
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:48 AM   #3
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No help on the Moab part, there are several parks in Moab but never used them. One north of town a few miles. As mentioned boondocking spots galore but there are also people galore Could be tough.
For Mesa Verde there are a couple right across the road from the park. One is called Ancient Cedars and the other Mesa Verde RV Resort perhaps a mile from the park entrance. I have not stayed in them either but we have some property down there and I pass by them many times a year and they look fine to me. While I don't normally see them full to capacity I would still make a reservation. Another one just east of Mancos a few miles called Echo Basin which is supposed to be pretty nice about 4 miles off the highway or so probably 10 or 12 miles from the park entrance. There are also a few in Cortez but for me personally would rather stay up the hill out of town than right in town.
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We will be through there this fall and had the same problem locating a place. I did fine a place in Moab that seems OK ? We haven't stayed there so I can't give a recommendation other than they seem nice and are responsive. You might look into it. The place is called Moab Rim Campground. Hope it helps.
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