July 16th, We arrive in Moab, Utah as we enter the Park we see sign that campground is full. The Ranger gives us a BLM Map of local National Camps. We turn around and head for the Camps along the Colorado River at the edge of Arches park. We find a camp at Goose Valley, only $7.50/ nite no hookups, which is Ok if the weather wasn’t so hot.
We set up and leave for a tour of the park. We enter the park and get our maps. You are met with the most beautiful rocks so high it’s unbelievable. You have to see these in person to realize how majestic they are. We drive around the paved roads for 3-4 hours stopping at most turn-outs. Speed limit is 30 MPH in the park.
We drive 18 miles to the dead end where the camp is located. Yes it is full and some sites would have not been big enough for the Airstream. Some sites look kinda small. We return to the entrance to return to the Airstream. It is still 95* at camp, the heat is too much for us, we need air condition when it’s this HOT.
We find a Passport America Park at the other end of Moab for $21.00/nite with full Hookups and cable & wifi too. We decided to move and loose the $30.00 we paid for the 4 nights. AHhhh the Air condition feels so good !! Glad we made the move. Here are pictures of the Arch NP..Enjoy.. https://picasaweb.google.com/AirstreamHobo/ArchesNationalPark71614#
Hope the Rocks will interest you and be beautiful to you as they were to us.
God Bless... AirstreamHobo & Mom