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People are raving about ACT Campground. We’ve already had a number of repeat visitors and dozens more coming at the recommendation of friends. Here are online comments we’ve received:
“We had arrived late at night and the office was closed, but everything (keys and maps) was well organized. The place was really good with nice kitchen and shower. In the morning we got a nice view of mountains and its surroundings. Moab town is a couple minutes drive away and the campground is conveniently located near Canyonlands NP and Arches NP. I recommend this place with high appreciation.” – Aniruddha Sasmal, AirB&B
Exceptional facility, Never seen such great facilities from bathrooms, showers, kitchen, lounge/library and a great laundry. Superb hospitality as well. Convenient to anyplace in Moab or surrounding area. Fire ring in the patio area. New campground but trees have been planted and it will only get better. We camped at ACT Campground & Environmental Learning Center in a Travel Trailer. – “MECamper” RV Park Reviews (five stars, rated 10 out of 10)
Though the RV area isn’t huge, it was our favorite RV “park”. I think it just felt homier than the six or seven other places we stayed on our 17 day tour.
The bathrooms are modern and very clean, the Community Kitchen was a super bonus we didn’t even realize would be available, the patio area with a fire pit and grill was very welcoming, and the owners are extremely nice and interesting to talk to.
They have a great little library, they’re just two miles from the Mill Creek swimming hole, and just a mile or two from the busiest part of Moab. We were so glad the other RV park didn’t have room for us for more than one night (we stayed at ACT three nights)!
P.S. If so inclined, do recycle. I was up early one day and saw one of the owners sifting through the trash separating the recycling. I empathized with him because I do that at home. – Staci W., Senior Reviewer, Trip Advisor (5 Stars)
We arrived late evening due to traffic delays. Our room was ready and waiting. We had called and the nice lady gave us instructions since the office would be closed for the evening. This place is new and well kept. Bathroom facilities were very nice!! We had our window open and it was very pleasant and quiet.– A Trip Advisor Member (5 Stars)
You might be thinking $25 is a bit much for camping, but trust me that is a bargain for what you’re getting. The campgrounds are close, but are organized in a way that gives privacy. There are fire pits nearby and picnic tables in each site BUT- there is also a full working kitchen.
Ovens, microwaves, and even barbecues outside! It is seriously nicer than my kitchen at home. On top of that are the washers and dryers that do a pretty good job and hold a large load. The showers are clean with good pressure, which is really important after hiking around here.
The staff was super well organized and nice, full of local recommendations about where to eat and play. We really enjoyed our stay here and it was well worth every single penny. – Violetta T., Warwick, RI (5 Stars)
Highly recommended! We are not campers at all and that is why we booked a cabin for two nights. I really appreciate the design of the property. It is well designed and extremely well maintained. ACT Is conveniently located near everything but at the same time it’s secluded enough to where I felt I was in a camp site in nature. For two people the cabin was a good size. Our cabin had a bed and a bunk bed, a microwave and a mini fridge, a chair, table and trash bin. They have trash bins and recycle bins outside as well. I loved that there were three power outlets conveniently located in our cabin. We brought our linens but you can also get some there for $5.00. You do have to use the community bathrooms and showers but I didn’t mind because everything is so immaculately clean and well stocked. Parking was not a problem. We didn’t use the community kitchen or laundry but nice to know its there. Customer service was the best. The owners are very nice people and provided lots of information that helped make our stay in Moab just fantastic. You can’t beat the price. – Sara E., Los Angeles, CA (5 Stars)
We had our minds set on camping in a tent, but we came across the cabins and were a good price, considering no charge for showers. But too bad they charge for extra sheets for the bed (they don’t actually have any blankets or sheets) The bathrooms are really clean. The cabins are pretty nice too. Probably the only reason we didn’t actually tent outside was because there was no shade. – Rachel L., Chula Vista, CA (4 Stars)
Stayed at ACT for 2 nights, was a great experience! Very convenient to town and the community kitchen is wonderful. Would highly recommend, and plan to stay there again soon. – Kyle A., Denver, CO (5 Stars)
This place is great! The owners were very nice and super knowledgeable about the area. The community kitchen is a fantastic idea! The bathrooms and shower facilities are really clean and well stocked. The complimentary showers were amazing. The only tiny downside is the road noise, but bring your ear plugs and it is the perfect campsite! – Allie T., Myrtle Beach, SC. (5 Stars)
Oh, this place is wonderful. The owners are friendly, welcoming and very kind. They came up with the idea of a community kitchen when they visited Australia, and implemented the idea just outside of main Moab. The community kitchen has a refrigerator, tables and chairs to hang out in. You can charge your phones and laptops there. I really dig this new hybrid camping thing – I’m a tent camper myself, but it was nice to have a civilized place to hang out before sleeping under the stars.
It’s really new (it has been open for about a week) and clean. The bathrooms – with showers – are surprisingly upscale and warm. Same with the water, it was a few degrees above room temperature.
The individual sites don’t have fire pits, but there is a fire pit on the deck of the community kitchen. There’s also a BBQ campers are free to use.
It’s right off the road, which makes it convenient and easy to find, but there isn’t a sound barrier so keep that in mind if you’re a light sleeper and you’re in a tent site. By the way, the tent sites (there are both sites for individual tents and spots for RVs) are really sandy, which is a comfy way to lay your head down.
I’m certainly heading here again, next time I’m in Moab. — Tiffany F., Salt Lake City, UT (5 Stars)
Stayed in the RV park at the ACT campground for 5 days. Wonderful owners and staff. Very friendly and accommodating. We will definitely be staying here again! Nice laundry and restrooms. Every thing is brand new. Beautiful community kitchen with gas grill on the patio. Pet friendly. Just need an off leash dog run but they said they are working on it. Only been open 2 weeks when we stayed there. — Debbie D., Moorpark, CA (5 Stars)
On Easter weekend every RV and campground in Moab was booked, but we found out ACT Campground had just opened. We were pleasantly surprised by the place. We have a 19 foot trailer and it was so great to have some space between our neighbors! Some of the the RV sites in town were parking lots. The two hosts were so caring and personable. Kim was very helpful, talking to us about an issue we had with our RV and brainstorming possible options. He went out of his way to help us. The showers were clean, well designed and very roomy… I had lots of room to turn around, shower and dress. There were tent campers there too, but I don’t know anything about that. I was impressed and I would rate the entire experience with 5 stars. Again, I like the roomy feel there.– Evan B., Provo, UT. (5 Stars)
Wonderful wonderful place to stay. Very clean. The Community Kitchen is the best. The owners are fantastic and I consider them my new friends. See you again soon. — Richard B., West Jordan, UT. (5 Stars)
We went to ACTCampground early in the afternoon. It was a great welcome when I went into the office and introduced us to Cheri, the owner. She practically ran outside to meet Scott:-))
Now, I’m not saying this because she’s a good friend of my mother in-law but this is a truly fantastic campground! The view is really amazing and gorgeous. The campground is neat and clean. There are really nice and clean bathrooms. We have very nice showers at home but these are REALLY nice!!
It’s all modern, neat, sleek and classy. There is a community kitchen that is also very nice, clean and modern. AND internet connection. That is a little slow but hey, I can blog:-). And did I mention the view? It’s gorgeous! — Anonymous
We’ve even been noticed by The New York Times:
…see how the other half camps at the ACT Campground and Learning Center near Moab, designed in part by an environmental engineer and wastewater specialist. Its “Act Responsibly, Sleep Comfortably” motto emphasizes minimalism, especially when it comes to waste at its R.V. and tent sites, small cabins, clubhouse, community kitchen and learning center, where the owners organize bio-geology classes, field adventures, photography tours and writing workshops. — The New York Times online, 5/28/15