Willow Springs Trail

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Willow Springs Trail
Moab, UT 84532
435-259-2100
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GPS: 38.6967, -109.6751

Last Price Paid: $0
Pad Type: dirt
Elevation: 4341 ft
Tent Camping: Yes

6 people have reviewed this location.

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Cell Phone Coverage

3bars
Verizon 4G
2bars
Verizon 3G
3bars
AT&T 4G
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Girl&Subaru

Subaru Forrester
3 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
“Good place to pull over and sleep”

Reviewed Nov 10, 2016

Overall Rating

Absolutely perfect for those who get into Moab after sunset and just want a free (safe) place to sleep in your car or set up a tent next to your car. It has plenty of pull offs and good cell coverage. About 13 minutes from turnoff of 191S to Arches National Park Visitor Center. For the low key camper/crasher this is perfect. The beginn... more

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WatsonsWander

Airstream Safari
110 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 6

WatsonsWander would stay here again

“Dusty, busy & noisy”

Reviewed May 05, 2016

Overall Rating

While I love Moab, Willow Springs is not one of my favorite boondocking spots. It's simply too busy. We had a hard time finding a spot, and ended up right off the dusty, noisy road. The constant flow of OHVs kicking up dust as they zoomed past was tiring after a few days. Yes, there are many side roads with better spots, but they are a... more

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3bars
AT&T 4G
4bars
Verizon 4G

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Road it up

35 Bluebird Wanderlodge 1984
1987 Volkswagon Vanagon Syncro Wesfalia
30 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 12
Site Number: none

Road it up would stay here again

“One of our favorite boondocking spot! Right by the bike trails!”

Reviewed Apr 26, 2016

Overall Rating

This is a dream spot! Amazing 360 view including the snow peaks of the La Sal Mountains and Arches National Park (yes, we could see both from the bus bedroom window!). I suggest you find a spot off the main road since it gets pretty busy on the weekend and it is quite dusty too. Just drive about half a mile and turn left on a side road... more

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2bars
Verizon 4G

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David Kingham
SD
22 Northwood Nash 17k
2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
23 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 10
“Best free boondocking in Moab”

Reviewed Mar 16, 2016

Overall Rating

Not that there's many free places left in Moab, but it's still pretty great here. You're within 10 minutes of town, close to both national parks, heck you can even drive into arches from this road! Cell service is great. Only issue is all the dirtbikers making noise for a good part of the day, it's on and off and really didn't bother m... more

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3bars
AT&T 4G
3bars
Verizon 4G

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Chris

19 Shasta Airflyte
33 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 14

Chris would stay here again

“About the only free camping left in the Moab Adventuretopia”

Reviewed Nov 15, 2015

Overall Rating

5 star rating depends on if there has been recent rain. If it has rained, the road turns to a red gooey mess pretty quick and can be a pain in the ass. After a day though it is dried out and overall a pretty easy road if you are not a wimp. This place is amazing late in the year. Mostly have the place to yourself and don't have to deal... more

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3bars
Verizon 4G

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


1 review
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: none
“The site was level, dirt and quiet with three hundred sixty degrees of priceless views! ”

Reviewed Oct 10, 2014

Overall Rating

The only obstacle was getting there. After recent rains, the dirt road was deeply rutted in a couple of places. We rocked and rolled a bit getting to our site which was the last large site for our 40' towing 16'. Would return only after scouting the road conditions. We camped at the trailhead for bike riders. Was a little noisy... more

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Location
Cleanliness
Site Quality
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2bars
Verizon 3G

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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More from Moab - Hiking, Biking & Boondocking - WatsonsWander

Moab is a busy little town. Drive down main street any given day and you’ll see sidewalks clogged with tourists, hippies, and dirt-loving, OHV driving, four-wheeling enthusiasts. Some say it’s t...

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Willow Springs Trail Boondocking | Van-Tramp.com

Willow Springs Trail is a dirt road leading into Arches National Park from Highway 191. It is 12 miles north of Moab between mile-markers 138 and 139. It is clearly marked from both North and South...

Hookups:
  • dry camping
  • Dispersed Camping
Recreation:
  • recreation trail
Pets:
  • pets

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