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Kane Springs

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Reviewed 20 October 2016

We loved the location! The campground is nicely situated next to Kane Creek canyon. We hiked Pritchett canyon in the am and we able to ride our mtn bikes to wonderful mount Ian bike trails less than a mile down the road. The campground is ran by a very nice family. We will definitely be back next year.

Thank robingiordano
Jackson, Wyoming
Reviewed 13 April 2016 via mobile

The campground doesn't look like much and isn't much but is in a fine location for scouting out the terrain and finding rock art off the beaten path. Across the river are several very famous sites on the potash road. North of here on the way to Moab are the Moon Flower Canyon petroglyphs and south of here, up the...

1Thank jesse o
Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 29 May 2015

ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE. Camped there Memorial Day weekend 2015 and we will never stay there again. We stayed there one night and then got lucky and found an available BLM site nearby. 1. Part of the campground gets flooded when it rains hard, they had no signage posted and we had no warning at all. There was a heavy downpour the...

2Thank PGreen49
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Their campgrounds are prone to FLASH FLOODS and they do not warn you. We camped their Memorial weekend and lossed a bunch of camping gear and essentially our entire holiday weekend to the owners not issuing any warnings. WE COULD HAVE DIED!

Thank todd j
Victor, Idaho, United States
Reviewed 5 May 2015 via mobile

We came into town on a Sunday night and couldn't find a place in the area to camp. We found a great spot here and decided to give it two nights before we looked for another cheaper site. We ended up staying 6 nights because the view, the guests, clean bathrooms and friendly owners. The showers were great and well...

2Thank John D
Saline, Michigan
Reviewed 4 June 2014

DO NOT go to Moab on memorial day weekend without a reservation at a hotel or campground. Being from Michigan we had no idea...and we did. We were lost in the dark looking for a hotel or campground and couldnt find anything. A local gave us sketchy directions out to Kane springs (but didn't know the name at the time)....

4Thank Jenna M
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reviewed 21 September 2012

We absolutely LOVED our stay at Kane Springs. Most beautiful campground we have ever been to in our lives. Can't wait to go back again. Lynnette, the manager, is so nice and accommodating. When camping in Moab, go to Kane Springs, you won't be sorry.

7Thank JoeSimTravel
Redding, CA
Reviewed 30 April 2012

After driving all afternoon from Glen Canyon on our way to Yellowstone , the wife and I decided to pull in for the night at Kane Springs, and it was so beautiful and serene when we woke up, we stayed for two weeks. Finding a nice spot wasn't that hard as there are plenty of them. The camp host Lynn...

9Thank Jason M
Shanghai, China
Reviewed 30 April 2012

We have stayed at Kane Springs Campground for 2 seasons now. It is close to town. You can pretend you are camping but have a shower and toilet that flush. Hotels run around 100USD in town, so if you are close to Moab it's a nice choice and nice location. If you want silence, you have to go REAL camping...

4Thank sunoveristambul
Montrose, CO
Reviewed 16 April 2012

We have stayed at the Kane Springs Campground for four years. April 2011 was our last year there. From what the camp host told us, the property was apparently seized by the bank and is now being run by her. She clearly has no experience in the campground business. We were staying in the lower part of the campground and...

4Thank Jessica B
KSCG, Owner at Kane Springs, responded to this review

Please Contact me about the problem that you had at the campground I would like to know more imformation about Lynn the lady that is running the campground my phone number is 435-260-1003 I am really appreciative for your help in this matter Thank You Jim Nelson

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Additional Information about Kane Springs

Address: P.O Box 1419, Moab, UT 84532-1419
Region: United States > Utah > Moab
Number of rooms: 1
Also Known As:
Kane Springs Moab, Utah
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