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UTAH CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
CASTLE ROCK / MOUNT WAAS
Manti-La Sal National Forest
LATITUDE: N xx°xx.xxx
LONGITUDE: W xxx°xx.xxx
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

We won't even try to explain the scenery,
except to say it doesn't get much better.
Utah offers incredible landscapes that most
people never imagined.

Castle Rock
Castle Rock

Castle Rock Campground
View from the campground

There are hundreds of deer, take extra
caution when driving on these roads.

Castle Rock Campground
View from the campground

Established campground
Vaulted Toilets
Firerings

The campground is small.
Mostly used by hunters...
Limited parking for larger vehicles.

It has been several years since we
camped here and don't have detailed
descriptions or information.

DIRECTIONS:
From Moab, UT
Take Hwy.191 north a couple miles
Turn right on Hwy.128
Following along the banks of the Colorado River
About 10 miles then turn right towards Castle Valley
Continue on this road until it splits
Stay right and follow the sign to Moab
This road winds up the steep mountain sides
Near the peak you will see a sign for a campground
Drive a short way up a dirt road and your there
(It sounds difficult, but there are limited roads
and you shouldn't get lost or anything)

ROAD CONDITIONS:
The roads are paved to the campground
Narrow with mountain grades
The campground is dirt surface
Could get muddy in bad weather
Small parking areas at campground
Not recommended for RVs

WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Snow in winter months

Moab is a good town... we could live here.

Highway 128
Highway 128 views of the Colorado River

Highway 128
Highway 128 views of the Colorado River

On Hwy.128 you will see campgrounds
along the Colorado River. These cost $5
per night and are crowded during tourist
season.

Highway 128
Highway 128
Rock outcroppings next to the road
Large vehicles take caution.

Highway 128
Highway 128

Drinking water on Hwy.191
About 10-15 miles south at the Rest Area
Showers at the Youth Hostel in Moab
Wireless Internet in Moab, UT

Arches National Park
Arches National Park

Arches National Park
Arches National Park

Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:
There are a couple National Parks and
Landmarks.

  • ARCHES NATIONAL PARK
  • CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK
  • CAPITAL REEF NATIONAL PARK
  • CATHERDRAL VALLEY
  • GLEN CANYON
  • HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT
  • MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK

Canyonlands National Park
Newspaper Rock...
Canyonlands National Park

Capital Reef
Cathedral Valley

Glen Canyon
Glen Canyon

Goblin Valley State Park
Goblin Valley State Park

Any direction you drive will contain amazing
landscapes and scenic views that will stun the
senses.

Also see: BISTI WILDERNESS
Also see:
CATHEDRAL VALLEY
Also see:
CORAL PINK SAND DUNES
Also see:
GATES OF LODORE
Also see: GLEN CANYON
Also see:
GOBLIN VALLEY
Also see:
GOOSENECKS STATE PARK
Also see:
VALLEY OF THE GODS

Mesa Verde National Park
Mesa Verde National Park

Hovenweep National Monument
Hovenweep National Monument

Canyon De Chelly
Canyon De Chelly

CAMPGROUND INDEX

CAMPING RECIPES

CAMPING CHECKLISTS

TOURIST PHOTOS

It is recommended to buy a National Parks Pass
Covers entrance fees to all National Parks and
most fees for National Forests and BLM Lands.
Valid one year from month of purchase.

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Free campgrounds and camping
UTAH CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
CASTLE ROCK / MOUNT WAAS