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Dewey Bridge Campground, UT

Bureau of Land Management


Dewey Bridge Campground offers a quiet, first come first serve campground, along with 3 fully accessible group sites which are reservable through the local BLM office. There is also a boatramp with access the Colorado River. Situated in the "Entrada Bluffs" area, the campground offers unique views of the rock formations along this stretch of the Colorado River.

Dewey Bridge Campground is located 28 miles from the junction of Utah Highway 128 and U.S. Highway 191. The campground accommodates small RVs as well as tents. The campground is located near Kokopelli's Trail, a multiple-use trail from Loma, CO to Moab. There is river access for small boats, and the historic Dewey Bridge is nearby. The campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis, group sites are reservable by calling 435-259-2102. There is no water available.

Fee: $15.00 per site

Number of campsites: 7

Toilets: Yes

Recreational Activities:



Moab Field Office
82 East Dogwood
Phone: (435) 259-2100


To get to Dewey Bridge Campground, turn east on Utah Highway 128 from Moab. Continue 28 miles and look for the Dewey Bridge sign on the south side of the road. You can't miss it! helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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